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  • Open Access English
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dirk-Bart den Ouden; Roelien Bastiaanse;
    Country: Netherlands

    We investigated the processing of violations of the verb position in Dutch, in a group of healthy subjects, by measuring event-related potentials (ERPs) through electroencephalography (EEG). In Dutch, the base position of the verb is clause final, but in matrix clauses, the finite verb is in second position, a construction known as Verb Second. In embedded clauses, the finite verb remains in its clause-final base position. The results show that ungrammatical placement of finite verbs in second position in embedded clauses yields a P600 response, which suggests that the parser treats this type of violation as a clear syntactic anomaly. This is in contrast to accounts by which a general preference for subject-verb-object word order in languages like Dutch is reflected by an absence of P600 effects in response to violations of Verb Second.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    JL Catala-Carrasco; Manuel de la Fuente; Pablo Valdivia;
    Country: Netherlands
    Project: EC | CRIC (645666)

    The articles presented in this issue constitute the second part of the special issue devoted to analyzing the links between culture, crisis, and renewal as part of the research project “Cultural Na...

  • Publication . Conference object . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Liliana Melgar; Marijn Koolen; Hugo C. Huurdeman; Jaap Blom;
    Country: Netherlands

    Annotation has been identified as one of the "scholarly primitives", and plays a pivotal role in facilitating access to audio-visual (AV) media in a scholarly context. However, there is a lack of understanding of scholars' annotation needs and behavior. This paper is part of a group of studies aiming to understand how to improve annotation support of AV media, in order to facilitate research activities of media scholars and other scholars who make intensive use of AV media. The main findings confirm previous research discerning stages in media scholars' research processes, and indicate a great variety of research activities which occur in a non-linear order. Our studies also show that different annotation activities occur along those stages. The main contribution of this paper is a generic process model capturing AV media annotation, potentially applicable to a variety of research use cases in a scholarly context.

  • Publication . Article . 2011
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Willem J. H. Willems; Douglas C. Comer;
    Country: Netherlands

    In this paper we discuss the initiative of the ICOMOS International Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) to contribute to the UNESCO strategy to create a more representative and balanced World Heritage List. This can be done by concentrating on archaeological sites in Africa that potentially have Outstanding Universal Value. In so doing, we address at the same time the (thematic) under-representation of archaeological sites on the list, as well as the (regional) under-representation of African properties that have been inscribed.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . 2014
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Stanca, R.; Palcu, D. V.; Paleomagnetism; NWO-VICI: The evolution of the Paratethys: the lost sea of Central Eurasia;
    Publisher: EAGE Publications BV
    Country: Netherlands

    Reviewing previous studies and adding new paleomagnetic and micropaleontologic data, this paper focuses on the Middle Miocene chronology and stratigraphy in the Dacian Basin area -a critical moment in a critical location -a choking point between the water masses of the Eastern and Central Paratethys. Firstly, it gives a new time-frame for one major tectonic, biologic and basin evolution event -the intra-Sarmatian tectonic phase -that took place in the above mentioned time interval. Secondly, it proposes a revision of the timing for one of the regional sub-stage boundaries of the Middle Miocene in Paratethys (the Volhynian and the Bessarabian). And thirdly, it offers new, reliable magnetic data from four locations that will be further used in studies regarding tectonic rotations in the Carpathian orogenic system.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . 2000
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Catholijn M. Jonker; Jan Treur; Wouter C. A. Wijngaards;
    Country: Netherlands

    In this paper an executable generic process model is proposed for combined verbal and non-verbal communication processes and their interaction. The model has been formalised by three-levelled partial temporal models, covering both the material and mental processes and their relations. The generic process model has been designed, implemented and used to simulate different types of interaction between verbal and non-verbal communication processes: a non-verbal communication process that adds and modifies content to a verbal communication process, but also provides a protocol for the (control of the) verbal communication process. With respect to the communication protocol stimulus-response behaviour and deliberate behaviour have been modelled and simulated.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ron G. Rosenfeld; Pinchas Cohen; Leslie L. Robison; Barry B. Bercu; Peter E. Clayton; Andrew R. Hoffman; Sally Radovick; Paul Saenger; Martin O. Savage; Jan M. Wit;
    Country: Netherlands

    Oregon Health & Science University (R.G.R.), Portland, Oregon 97239; University of California-Los Angeles (P.Co.), Los Angeles, California 90095; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (L.L.R.), Memphis, Tennessee 38105; University of South Florida College of Medicine (B.B.B.), Tampa, Florida 33612; The University of Manchester (P.Cl.), Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom; Stanford University (A.R.H.), Stanford, California 94305; Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (S.R.), Baltimore, Maryland 21287; Montefiore Medical Center (P.S.), Bronx, New York 10467; Saint Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry (M.O.S.), London E1 2AD, United Kingdom; and Leiden University Medical Center (J.M.W.), 2333 ZA Leiden, The Netherlands

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Klaas A. Worp;
    Country: Netherlands

    L'auteur de cet article presente le papyrus Amstelodamensis Inv. 1., publie pour la premiere fois aux Pays-Bas il y a 60 ans par Monsieur A.G. Roos, historien. L'auteur propose ici une nouvelle traduction de ce texte des annees 454-455 apr. J.-C. qui traite d'une plainte deposee devant les autorites pour vol de betail et violences.

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  • Open Access English
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dirk-Bart den Ouden; Roelien Bastiaanse;
    Country: Netherlands

    We investigated the processing of violations of the verb position in Dutch, in a group of healthy subjects, by measuring event-related potentials (ERPs) through electroencephalography (EEG). In Dutch, the base position of the verb is clause final, but in matrix clauses, the finite verb is in second position, a construction known as Verb Second. In embedded clauses, the finite verb remains in its clause-final base position. The results show that ungrammatical placement of finite verbs in second position in embedded clauses yields a P600 response, which suggests that the parser treats this type of violation as a clear syntactic anomaly. This is in contrast to accounts by which a general preference for subject-verb-object word order in languages like Dutch is reflected by an absence of P600 effects in response to violations of Verb Second.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    JL Catala-Carrasco; Manuel de la Fuente; Pablo Valdivia;
    Country: Netherlands
    Project: EC | CRIC (645666)

    The articles presented in this issue constitute the second part of the special issue devoted to analyzing the links between culture, crisis, and renewal as part of the research project “Cultural Na...

  • Publication . Conference object . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Liliana Melgar; Marijn Koolen; Hugo C. Huurdeman; Jaap Blom;
    Country: Netherlands

    Annotation has been identified as one of the "scholarly primitives", and plays a pivotal role in facilitating access to audio-visual (AV) media in a scholarly context. However, there is a lack of understanding of scholars' annotation needs and behavior. This paper is part of a group of studies aiming to understand how to improve annotation support of AV media, in order to facilitate research activities of media scholars and other scholars who make intensive use of AV media. The main findings confirm previous research discerning stages in media scholars' research processes, and indicate a great variety of research activities which occur in a non-linear order. Our studies also show that different annotation activities occur along those stages. The main contribution of this paper is a generic process model capturing AV media annotation, potentially applicable to a variety of research use cases in a scholarly context.

  • Publication . Article . 2011
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Willem J. H. Willems; Douglas C. Comer;
    Country: Netherlands

    In this paper we discuss the initiative of the ICOMOS International Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) to contribute to the UNESCO strategy to create a more representative and balanced World Heritage List. This can be done by concentrating on archaeological sites in Africa that potentially have Outstanding Universal Value. In so doing, we address at the same time the (thematic) under-representation of archaeological sites on the list, as well as the (regional) under-representation of African properties that have been inscribed.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . 2014
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Stanca, R.; Palcu, D. V.; Paleomagnetism; NWO-VICI: The evolution of the Paratethys: the lost sea of Central Eurasia;
    Publisher: EAGE Publications BV
    Country: Netherlands

    Reviewing previous studies and adding new paleomagnetic and micropaleontologic data, this paper focuses on the Middle Miocene chronology and stratigraphy in the Dacian Basin area -a critical moment in a critical location -a choking point between the water masses of the Eastern and Central Paratethys. Firstly, it gives a new time-frame for one major tectonic, biologic and basin evolution event -the intra-Sarmatian tectonic phase -that took place in the above mentioned time interval. Secondly, it proposes a revision of the timing for one of the regional sub-stage boundaries of the Middle Miocene in Paratethys (the Volhynian and the Bessarabian). And thirdly, it offers new, reliable magnetic data from four locations that will be further used in studies regarding tectonic rotations in the Carpathian orogenic system.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . 2000
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Catholijn M. Jonker; Jan Treur; Wouter C. A. Wijngaards;
    Country: Netherlands

    In this paper an executable generic process model is proposed for combined verbal and non-verbal communication processes and their interaction. The model has been formalised by three-levelled partial temporal models, covering both the material and mental processes and their relations. The generic process model has been designed, implemented and used to simulate different types of interaction between verbal and non-verbal communication processes: a non-verbal communication process that adds and modifies content to a verbal communication process, but also provides a protocol for the (control of the) verbal communication process. With respect to the communication protocol stimulus-response behaviour and deliberate behaviour have been modelled and simulated.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ron G. Rosenfeld; Pinchas Cohen; Leslie L. Robison; Barry B. Bercu; Peter E. Clayton; Andrew R. Hoffman; Sally Radovick; Paul Saenger; Martin O. Savage; Jan M. Wit;
    Country: Netherlands

    Oregon Health & Science University (R.G.R.), Portland, Oregon 97239; University of California-Los Angeles (P.Co.), Los Angeles, California 90095; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (L.L.R.), Memphis, Tennessee 38105; University of South Florida College of Medicine (B.B.B.), Tampa, Florida 33612; The University of Manchester (P.Cl.), Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom; Stanford University (A.R.H.), Stanford, California 94305; Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (S.R.), Baltimore, Maryland 21287; Montefiore Medical Center (P.S.), Bronx, New York 10467; Saint Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry (M.O.S.), London E1 2AD, United Kingdom; and Leiden University Medical Center (J.M.W.), 2333 ZA Leiden, The Netherlands

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Klaas A. Worp;
    Country: Netherlands

    L'auteur de cet article presente le papyrus Amstelodamensis Inv. 1., publie pour la premiere fois aux Pays-Bas il y a 60 ans par Monsieur A.G. Roos, historien. L'auteur propose ici une nouvelle traduction de ce texte des annees 454-455 apr. J.-C. qui traite d'une plainte deposee devant les autorites pour vol de betail et violences.