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  • Other research product . Lecture . 2020
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Santamaría García, Antonio; Zanetti Lecuona, Oscar;
    Publisher: DIGITAL.CSIC
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | ConnecCaribbean (823846)

    “Connected Worlds: the Caribbean, Origin of Modern World”. This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846. European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846 Peer reviewed

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cantu, Katrina M;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    Erosion of soils due to human activities such as deforestation, pastoralism, and agriculture is a problem that has been recognized since Antiquity. Greece, like much of the of the Mediterranean world, is particularly susceptible to soil loss due to the arid climate and steep, rocky terrain, and many previous studies have sought to date and attribute the aggradation of soil to human activity, climatic changes, or a combination of the two. This study uses near-shore sediment cores from Antikyra Bay in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece, to understand the sources and timing of erosional events in the study area of the Kastrouli–Antikyra Bay Land and Sea Project. Sedimentological analysis and radiocarbon dating of foraminifera and twigs show that there are two major periods of soil aggradation in this record: the first occurred in the Hellenistic and/or Roman period (ca. 1900 – 2100 BP), and the second starts in the Ottoman Period (ca. 350 BP) and persists until present day. In addition to documentation of soil aggradation, two paleo-shorelines were identified during the geophysical survey. A local relative sea level curve constructed for this study suggests the shallower of the two is between ~7.7 and 8.7 thousand years old, while the deeper feature formed around 8.9 to 9.7 thousand years ago.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    World Bank;
    Publisher: Kathmandu
    Country: United States

    In conformity with its objective of functioning as a local Government, Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) sought the assistance of the World Bank for the preparation of a City Development Strategy (CDS) for Kathmandu. The various sectoral as well as integrated strategies presented in this document seem to be an overwhelming demand on KMC with its limited manpower and money. However, a CDS is essential if KMC is to focus its development potential. The optimism lies in political leadership, enabling environment and necessary support that will be rendered to KMC from civil society. The vision for Kathmandu stresses the need to develop the valley as administrative, cultural and tourism center. The strategy to move towards that vision through improvement in the overall situation of the KMC, however, is likely to be a long drawn struggle, yet achievable. The urban planning study strongly recommends that Kathmandu should be accorded special status as a capital city and large polluting and manufacturing industries should be discouraged immediately and if possible, re-location plans be drawn for existing industries in the near future. Alternatively, service and light industries should be promoted to replace the economic opportunities. Urban areas in KMC are not designated by a functional and occupational structure or contiguity criteria for managing housing and squatter settlements. Housing problems are a serious challenge in a situation where a historically planned city is fast transforming itself into a trade-cum-service center. On the other hand, it is encouraging to note that despite the absence of city specific policies and programs for housing, slums and squatters, the communities are highly organized and are gradually improving their conditions at their own costs, which show their potential for mobilization in participatory home improvement programs.

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Kools, J.F.;
    Publisher: L.H.
    Country: Netherlands

    Rede Wageningen

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Heindel, Theresa;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    This dissertation will focus on several land use strategies utilized during the Late and Terminal Classic periods at the archaeological site of Actuncan, Belize (a Late Preclassic and Early Classic regional center), including terracing, water channeling, agricultural plots, and chich cobble mounds. Excavations in commoner settlement zone of the site exposed three terracing and water management system methods: 1) terraforming, in which earthen berms were created to facilitate water drainage, 2) low plastered walls utilized for water channeling, and 3) two small agricultural plot systems filled with a large amount of redeposited domestic trash. These features are representative of household-level land transformation, as well as localized land use based on microenvironments and specific social and political contexts. In addition, GIS flooding models indicate a number of linear cobble mounds to the east of the Actuncan site core, along the Mopan River floodplain, may have been used as a cacao orchard, thus creating an economic opportunity or tribute system that could have benefitted the entire community. Together, these systems reflect how the ancient Maya at Actuncan managed water and agricultural production based on site-level environmental knowledge, and the scale at which these technologies were administered. In addition, while the Late and Terminal Classic period was a time of elite loss of power at the site of Actuncan, the agricultural plot systems and chich cobble mounds created and utilized during these periods denote commoner endurance in the face of political turbulence.

  • Open Access

    The gCube System - auth-portlet-manager -------------------------------------------------- auth-portlet-manager This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.0.3-4.8.0-148345 (2017-12-01) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Alessandro Pieve (alessandro.pieve-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" CNR, Pisa IT Maintainers ----------- * Alessandro Pieve (alessandro.pieve-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" CNR, Pisa IT Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: https://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/trunk/portlets/admin/auth-portlet-manager Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/Accounting_Manager Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/Accounting_Manager Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Research software . 2018
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Giancarlo Panichi;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ENVRI PLUS (654182), EC | BlueBRIDGE (675680), EC | D4SCIENCE (212488), EC | D4SCIENCE-II (239019), EC | SoBigData (654024), EC | AGINFRA PLUS (731001), EC | EUBRAZILOPENBIO (288754), EC | EGI-Engage (654142), EC | PARTHENOS (654119), EC | IMARINE (283644),...

    tabular-data-csv-export-widget allows csv export inside file and workspace Documentation Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php/Tabular_Data_Manager Installation Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php/Tabular_Data_Manager Support Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Changes in this version: Updated to new PortalContext [ticket #6548] Older versions of this component are also published in Zenodo, but with a different naming. They can be found here. ──────────This software is part of the gCube Framework: an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures. Find out more at https://www.gcube-system.org/.

  • Research software . 2018
    Open Access

    The gCube System - Google Login Hook -------------------------------------------------- The Google hook allows users to login with their Google credentials to a liferay portal This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.0.0-4.0.0-130044 (2016-11-27) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Michalis Nikolopoulos (mnikolopoulos@cite.gr), CITE S.A. Maintainers ----------- * Michalis Nikolopoulos (mnikolopoulos@cite.gr), CITE S.A. Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: https://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/branches/portal/google-hook-login/1.0 Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Use the respective war Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Open Access

    The gCube System - workspace-application-handler -------------------------------------------------- The workspace-application-handler discovers from Application Profile the url of the application (gCube Apps) that can open the type of workspace item passed in input This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.2.0-4.5.0-126630 (2017-06-11) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Francesco Mangiacrapa (francesco.mangiacrapa-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" - CNR, Pisa (Italy). Maintainers ----------- * Francesco Mangiacrapa (francesco.mangiacrapa-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" - CNR, Pisa (Italy). Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: http://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/trunk/portlets/user/workspace-application-handler Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Other research product . 2013
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Široká, Pavlína;
    Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
    Country: Czech Republic

    Hlavním cílem této bakalářské práce je představit zámořská území Francie, jež jsou plně integrovanou součástí Francie a vystupují pod zkratkou DROM, objasnit jaký je jejich vztah k metropolitní Francii dle právních statusů a dále to, jaké jsou příčiny vedoucí ke vzniku těchto území, které mají původ v bývalé koloniální říši. V této práci je jedna část věnována historickému vývoji daných území od počátku kolonizace přes departmentalizaci až po současnost a v následujících kapitolách jsou představeny jednotlivá území tak, aby bylo jasné o jaké země se jedná, jaká je jejich poloha a jaké prostředí se na těchto místech nachází. Tato práce zkoumá jak jsou jednotlivá území zalidněna a o jaký typ obyvatelstva se jedná, čím tyto země prosperují, proč tomu tak je a jakým způsobem jsou tyto zámořské regiony spravovány metropolitní Francií. Katedra ruského a francouzského jazyka Obhájeno The main objective of this thesis is to introduce overseas territories of France, which are fully integrated part of France and use the abbreviation DROM, to clarify what is their relationship to metropolitan France in the legal status and what are the causes leading to these areas which have their origins in the former colonial empire.In this work, there is a section about the historical development of the area from early colonization through departmentation to the present and in the following chapters, each area is presented to be clear what kind of country it is, how they are located and which ambiance in these places is. This work examines how individual territory is peopled and what kind of inhabitants they are, how these countries prosper, why it is like that and how these regions are managed by metropolitan France.

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  • Other research product . Lecture . 2020
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Santamaría García, Antonio; Zanetti Lecuona, Oscar;
    Publisher: DIGITAL.CSIC
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | ConnecCaribbean (823846)

    “Connected Worlds: the Caribbean, Origin of Modern World”. This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846. European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846 Peer reviewed

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cantu, Katrina M;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    Erosion of soils due to human activities such as deforestation, pastoralism, and agriculture is a problem that has been recognized since Antiquity. Greece, like much of the of the Mediterranean world, is particularly susceptible to soil loss due to the arid climate and steep, rocky terrain, and many previous studies have sought to date and attribute the aggradation of soil to human activity, climatic changes, or a combination of the two. This study uses near-shore sediment cores from Antikyra Bay in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece, to understand the sources and timing of erosional events in the study area of the Kastrouli–Antikyra Bay Land and Sea Project. Sedimentological analysis and radiocarbon dating of foraminifera and twigs show that there are two major periods of soil aggradation in this record: the first occurred in the Hellenistic and/or Roman period (ca. 1900 – 2100 BP), and the second starts in the Ottoman Period (ca. 350 BP) and persists until present day. In addition to documentation of soil aggradation, two paleo-shorelines were identified during the geophysical survey. A local relative sea level curve constructed for this study suggests the shallower of the two is between ~7.7 and 8.7 thousand years old, while the deeper feature formed around 8.9 to 9.7 thousand years ago.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    World Bank;
    Publisher: Kathmandu
    Country: United States

    In conformity with its objective of functioning as a local Government, Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) sought the assistance of the World Bank for the preparation of a City Development Strategy (CDS) for Kathmandu. The various sectoral as well as integrated strategies presented in this document seem to be an overwhelming demand on KMC with its limited manpower and money. However, a CDS is essential if KMC is to focus its development potential. The optimism lies in political leadership, enabling environment and necessary support that will be rendered to KMC from civil society. The vision for Kathmandu stresses the need to develop the valley as administrative, cultural and tourism center. The strategy to move towards that vision through improvement in the overall situation of the KMC, however, is likely to be a long drawn struggle, yet achievable. The urban planning study strongly recommends that Kathmandu should be accorded special status as a capital city and large polluting and manufacturing industries should be discouraged immediately and if possible, re-location plans be drawn for existing industries in the near future. Alternatively, service and light industries should be promoted to replace the economic opportunities. Urban areas in KMC are not designated by a functional and occupational structure or contiguity criteria for managing housing and squatter settlements. Housing problems are a serious challenge in a situation where a historically planned city is fast transforming itself into a trade-cum-service center. On the other hand, it is encouraging to note that despite the absence of city specific policies and programs for housing, slums and squatters, the communities are highly organized and are gradually improving their conditions at their own costs, which show their potential for mobilization in participatory home improvement programs.

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Kools, J.F.;
    Publisher: L.H.
    Country: Netherlands

    Rede Wageningen

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Heindel, Theresa;
    Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
    Country: United States

    This dissertation will focus on several land use strategies utilized during the Late and Terminal Classic periods at the archaeological site of Actuncan, Belize (a Late Preclassic and Early Classic regional center), including terracing, water channeling, agricultural plots, and chich cobble mounds. Excavations in commoner settlement zone of the site exposed three terracing and water management system methods: 1) terraforming, in which earthen berms were created to facilitate water drainage, 2) low plastered walls utilized for water channeling, and 3) two small agricultural plot systems filled with a large amount of redeposited domestic trash. These features are representative of household-level land transformation, as well as localized land use based on microenvironments and specific social and political contexts. In addition, GIS flooding models indicate a number of linear cobble mounds to the east of the Actuncan site core, along the Mopan River floodplain, may have been used as a cacao orchard, thus creating an economic opportunity or tribute system that could have benefitted the entire community. Together, these systems reflect how the ancient Maya at Actuncan managed water and agricultural production based on site-level environmental knowledge, and the scale at which these technologies were administered. In addition, while the Late and Terminal Classic period was a time of elite loss of power at the site of Actuncan, the agricultural plot systems and chich cobble mounds created and utilized during these periods denote commoner endurance in the face of political turbulence.

  • Open Access

    The gCube System - auth-portlet-manager -------------------------------------------------- auth-portlet-manager This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.0.3-4.8.0-148345 (2017-12-01) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Alessandro Pieve (alessandro.pieve-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" CNR, Pisa IT Maintainers ----------- * Alessandro Pieve (alessandro.pieve-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" CNR, Pisa IT Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: https://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/trunk/portlets/admin/auth-portlet-manager Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/Accounting_Manager Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/Accounting_Manager Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Research software . 2018
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Giancarlo Panichi;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ENVRI PLUS (654182), EC | BlueBRIDGE (675680), EC | D4SCIENCE (212488), EC | D4SCIENCE-II (239019), EC | SoBigData (654024), EC | AGINFRA PLUS (731001), EC | EUBRAZILOPENBIO (288754), EC | EGI-Engage (654142), EC | PARTHENOS (654119), EC | IMARINE (283644),...

    tabular-data-csv-export-widget allows csv export inside file and workspace Documentation Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php/Tabular_Data_Manager Installation Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://gcube.wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php/Tabular_Data_Manager Support Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Changes in this version: Updated to new PortalContext [ticket #6548] Older versions of this component are also published in Zenodo, but with a different naming. They can be found here. ──────────This software is part of the gCube Framework: an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures. Find out more at https://www.gcube-system.org/.

  • Research software . 2018
    Open Access

    The gCube System - Google Login Hook -------------------------------------------------- The Google hook allows users to login with their Google credentials to a liferay portal This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.0.0-4.0.0-130044 (2016-11-27) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Michalis Nikolopoulos (mnikolopoulos@cite.gr), CITE S.A. Maintainers ----------- * Michalis Nikolopoulos (mnikolopoulos@cite.gr), CITE S.A. Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: https://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/branches/portal/google-hook-login/1.0 Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Use the respective war Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Open Access

    The gCube System - workspace-application-handler -------------------------------------------------- The workspace-application-handler discovers from Application Profile the url of the application (gCube Apps) that can open the type of workspace item passed in input This software is part of the gCube Framework (https://www.gcube-system.org/): an open-source software toolkit used for building and operating Hybrid Data Infrastructures enabling the dynamic deployment of Virtual Research Environments by favouring the realisation of reuse oriented policies. The projects leading to this software have received funding from a series of European Union programmes including: * the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - DILIGENT (grant no. 004260); * the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration - D4Science (grant no. 212488), D4Science-II (grant no. 239019),ENVRI (grant no. 283465), EUBrazilOpenBio (grant no. 288754), iMarine (grant no. 283644); * the H2020 research and innovation programme - BlueBRIDGE (grant no. 675680), EGIEngage (grant no. 654142), ENVRIplus (grant no. 654182), Parthenos (grant no. 654119), SoBigData (grant no. 654024); Version -------------------------------------------------- 1.2.0-4.5.0-126630 (2017-06-11) Please see the file named "changelog.xml" in this directory for the release notes. Authors -------------------------------------------------- * Francesco Mangiacrapa (francesco.mangiacrapa-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" - CNR, Pisa (Italy). Maintainers ----------- * Francesco Mangiacrapa (francesco.mangiacrapa-AT-isti.cnr.it), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" - CNR, Pisa (Italy). Download information -------------------------------------------------- Source code is available from SVN: http://svn.research-infrastructures.eu/public/d4science/gcube/trunk/portlets/user/workspace-application-handler Binaries can be downloaded from the gCube website: https://www.gcube-system.org/ Installation -------------------------------------------------- Installation documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Documentation -------------------------------------------------- Documentation is available on-line in the gCube Wiki: https://wiki.gcube-system.org/gcube/index.php Support -------------------------------------------------- Bugs and support requests can be reported in the gCube issue tracking tool: https://support.d4science.org/projects/gcube/ Licensing -------------------------------------------------- This software is licensed under the terms you may find in the file named "LICENSE" in this directory.

  • Other research product . 2013
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Široká, Pavlína;
    Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
    Country: Czech Republic

    Hlavním cílem této bakalářské práce je představit zámořská území Francie, jež jsou plně integrovanou součástí Francie a vystupují pod zkratkou DROM, objasnit jaký je jejich vztah k metropolitní Francii dle právních statusů a dále to, jaké jsou příčiny vedoucí ke vzniku těchto území, které mají původ v bývalé koloniální říši. V této práci je jedna část věnována historickému vývoji daných území od počátku kolonizace přes departmentalizaci až po současnost a v následujících kapitolách jsou představeny jednotlivá území tak, aby bylo jasné o jaké země se jedná, jaká je jejich poloha a jaké prostředí se na těchto místech nachází. Tato práce zkoumá jak jsou jednotlivá území zalidněna a o jaký typ obyvatelstva se jedná, čím tyto země prosperují, proč tomu tak je a jakým způsobem jsou tyto zámořské regiony spravovány metropolitní Francií. Katedra ruského a francouzského jazyka Obhájeno The main objective of this thesis is to introduce overseas territories of France, which are fully integrated part of France and use the abbreviation DROM, to clarify what is their relationship to metropolitan France in the legal status and what are the causes leading to these areas which have their origins in the former colonial empire.In this work, there is a section about the historical development of the area from early colonization through departmentation to the present and in the following chapters, each area is presented to be clear what kind of country it is, how they are located and which ambiance in these places is. This work examines how individual territory is peopled and what kind of inhabitants they are, how these countries prosper, why it is like that and how these regions are managed by metropolitan France.