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    Authors: Yosra Ben Slimen; Joanna Balcerzak; Albert Pages; Fernando Agraz; +6 Authors

    In order to compete for a prominent market share, network operators and service providers should retain and increase the verticals’ subscription, catering to their needs in order to differentiate themselves from competitors. In this scenario, verticals’ satisfaction arises of paramount importance. As such, user experience is becoming a reliable indicator for service providers and telecommunication operators to convey overall end-to-end system functioning. To properly estimate end user satisfaction, operators and service providers require efficient means for quality monitoring and estimation at all layers, in conjunction with mechanisms able to maintain said quality at optimum levels. Given these factors, this paper proposes a mechanism for Quality of Perception (QoP) estimation in e-Health services, enabling the QoP-aware management of network slices fulfilling the requirements of supported services. To this end, the paper proposes a cognitive-based architecture which allows for the collection and monitoring of verticals’ data to estimate QoP and provides mechanisms to re-configure the underlying network slices according to the monitored quality levels. A machine learning (ML) model is introduced that aims to forecast any future degradation in the quality perceived by vertical users. In case of a predicted degradation, the proposed architecture reacts and triggers the necessary remedial actions, referred as actuations. In order to evaluate the developed ML model and to showcase the interaction between the different components of the proposed architecture, an experimental study is presented with real data extracted from a roaming ambulance. In addition, a Proof of Concept of the actuation mechanism is demonstrated through an experimental testbed emulating e-Health services. This work has been funded in part through the European Union’s H2020 program, under grant agreement No 761913: project SliceNet. The authors would like to thank all SliceNet partners for their support in this work. Peer Reviewed

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    Authors: Hirono, T.; Barbero, M.; Breugnon, P.; Godiot, S.; +11 Authors

    International audience; Depleted CMOS active sensors (DMAPS) are being developed for high-energy particle physics experiments in high radiation environments, such as in the ATLAS High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC). Since charge collection by drift is mandatory for harsh radiation environment, the application of high bias voltage to high resistive sensor material is needed. In this work, a prototype of a DMAPS was fabricated in a 150nm CMOS process on a substrate with a resistivity of >2 k{\Omega}cm that was thinned to 100 {\mu}m. Full depletion occurs around 20V, which is far below the breakdown voltage of 110 V. A readout chip has been attached for fast triggered readout. Presented prototype also uses a concept of sub-pixel en/decoding three pixels of the prototype chip are readout by one pixel of the readout chip. Since radiation tolerance is one of the largest concerns in DMAPS, the CCPD_LF chip has been irradiated with X-rays and neutrons up to a total ionization dose of 50 Mrad and a fluence of 10E15neq/cm2, respectively.

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    Authors: Savary, E.; Rojas, K.; Maus, M.; Clement, B.; +15 Authors

    We present a search for galaxy-scale strong gravitational lenses in the initial 2 500 square degrees of the Canada-France Imaging Survey (CFIS). We designed a convolutional neural network (CNN) committee that we applied to a selection of 2 344 002 exquisite-seeing $r$-band images of color-selected luminous red galaxies (LRGs). Our classification uses a realistic training set where the lensing galaxies and the lensed sources are both taken from real data, namely the CFIS $r$-band images themselves and the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). A total of 9 460 candidates obtain a score above 0.5 with the CNN committee. After a visual inspection of the candidates, we find a total of 133 lens candidates, of which 104 are completely new. The set of false positives mainly contains ring, spiral, and merger galaxies, and to a lesser extent galaxies with nearby companions. We classify 32 of the lens candidates as secure lenses and 101 as maybe lenses. For the 32 highest quality lenses, we also fit a singular isothermal ellipsoid mass profile with external shear along with an elliptical Sersic profile for the lens and source light. This automated modeling step provides distributions of properties for both sources and lenses that have Einstein radii in the range $0.5\arcsec<θ_E<2.5\arcsec$. Finally, we introduce a new lens and/or source single-band deblending algorithm based on auto-encoder representation of our candidates. This is the first time an end-to-end lens-finding and modeling pipeline is assembled together, in view of future lens searches in a single band, as will be possible with Euclid. 29 pages, 21 figures, accepted by A&A, in press

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    Authors: Dupeyrat, Maud; Aubry, Sèbastien; Hesselink, Henk; Loth, Steffen; +4 Authors

    International audience; This paper presents an innovative concept for airport operations in the long-term future, based on a radically new airport design encompassing a circular circumventing runway. The Endless Runway project, mostly funded by the European Commission during the Framework Programme 7 (FP7), aims at evaluating the benefits and identifying the constraints associated to this kind of airport. The possibility to operate the airport whatever the wind direction and for every aircraft type, the optimization of air and ground aircraft trajectories through the use of the best runway section, as well as the compact airport footprint are part of the observed gains. Those must be balanced with the high runway construction cost, additional safety issues in gusty winds and the impossibility to extend the runway system if additional capacity is desired. A foreseen application could be a small airport dedicated to unmanned aircraft operations or a large hub airport with limited traffic mix and high reliability of operations.

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    Authors: Melgosa, Marc; Zerrouki, Leila; Terzioski, Predrag; Olivella, Pol; +1 Authors

    International audience; This paper presents a new capacity management concept where Dynamic Airspace Configuration (DAC) and Flight Centric ATC (FCA) are dynamically applied together during the Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management (ATFCM) pretactical phase. An airspace delineation methodology is also introduced aiming at identifying when and where DAC or FCA can perform better. This methodology entails the establishment of a dynamic vertical boundary that divides the airspace in two different parts where DAC and FCA are deployed. In addition, the geometrical complexity metric has been considered to measure the traffic demand and the sector capacity as an evolution of the current use of entry counts or occupancy counts.Three 24 hours scenarios over the Hungarian airspace have been simulated in order to validate the improvements, in terms of capacity and cost-effectiveness, that the dynamic integration of both capacity management solutions may provide in comparison with the two solutions deployed separately. Results shows that when DAC and FCA are dynamically applied, a significant reduction in the number of overloads and underloads detected is achieved, what might lead to a higher capacity since more aircraft can be handled. Furthermore, a reduction in the controlling hours is also registered in this situation, what it is translated into a better cost-effectiveness solution

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    Authors: Gribonval, Rémi;

    International audience; In the past decade there has been a great interest in a synthesis-based model for signals, based on sparse and redundant representations. Such a model assumes that the signal of interest can be composed as a linear combination of few columns from a given matrix (the dictionary). An alternative analysis-based model can be envisioned, where an analysis operator multiplies the signal, leading to a cosparse outcome. How similar are the two signal models ? The answer obviously depends on the dictionary/operator pair, and on the measure of (co)sparsity. For dictionaries in Hilbert spaces that are frames, the canonical dual is arguably the most natural associated analysis operator. When the frame is localized, the canonical frame coefficients provide a near sparsest expansion for several lp sparseness measures, p ≤ 1. However, for frames which are not localized, this no longer holds true: the sparsest synthesis coefficients may differ significantly from the canonical coefficients. In general the sparsest synthesis coefficients may also depend strongly on the choice of the sparseness measure, but this dependency vanishes for dictionaries with a null space property and signals that are combinations of sufficiently few columns from the dictionary. This uniqueness result, together with algorithmic guarantees, is at the basis of a number of signal reconstruction approaches for generic linear inverse problems (e.g., compressed sensing, inpainting, source separation, etc.). Is there a similar uniqueness property when the data to be recon- structed is cosparse rather than sparse ? Can one derive cosparse regu- larization algorithms with performance guarantees ? Existing empirical evidence in the litterature suggests that a positive answer is likely. In recent work we propose a uniqueness result for the solution of linear inverse problems under a cosparse hypothesis, based on properties of the analysis operator and the measurement matrix. Unlike with the synthesis model, where recovery guarantees usually require the linear independence of sets of few columns from the dictionary, our results suggest that linear dependencies between rows of the analysis operators may be desirable.

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    Authors: Lim, Soon Hoe; Wan, Yijun; Şimşekli, Umut;

    Recent studies have shown that gradient descent (GD) can achieve improved generalization when its dynamics exhibits a chaotic behavior. However, to obtain the desired effect, the step-size should be chosen sufficiently large, a task which is problem dependent and can be difficult in practice. In this study, we incorporate a chaotic component to GD in a controlled manner, and introduce multiscale perturbed GD (MPGD), a novel optimization framework where the GD recursion is augmented with chaotic perturbations that evolve via an independent dynamical system. We analyze MPGD from three different angles: (i) By building up on recent advances in rough paths theory, we show that, under appropriate assumptions, as the step-size decreases, the MPGD recursion converges weakly to a stochastic differential equation (SDE) driven by a heavy-tailed L\'evy-stable process. (ii) By making connections to recently developed generalization bounds for heavy-tailed processes, we derive a generalization bound for the limiting SDE and relate the worst-case generalization error over the trajectories of the process to the parameters of MPGD. (iii) We analyze the implicit regularization effect brought by the dynamical regularization and show that, in the weak perturbation regime, MPGD introduces terms that penalize the Hessian of the loss function. Empirical results are provided to demonstrate the advantages of MPGD. Comment: 24 pages, accepted at NeurIPS 2022

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    With the performance of direct conversion between thermal and electrical energy, thermoelectric materials, which are crucial in the renewable energy conversion roadmap, provide an alternative for power generation and refrigeration to solve the global energy crisis. But the low efficiency of the current materials, their usual costs, availability, and limited working temperatures, drastically constrain their application. Hence, the search for new and more efficient thermoelectric materials is one of the most dynamic objectives of this thesis. The key milestones achieved from this thesis work includes: (i) elucidating the mechanism for hole conductivity in Cu-As-Te glasses by X-ray absorption spectroscopy and quantum simulations; (ii) formulating a novel approach to achieve phonon-glass electron-crystal mechanism by crystallizing the Ge20Te77Se3 glasses by excess doping with metals or semi-metals (glass-ceramics); (iii) demonstrating the effect of processing route on the thermoelectric performance of CuPb18SbTe20 and highlighting the advantage of hybrid-flash spark plasma sintering technique, i.e., better optimization of electrical and thermal transport properties and achieving multi-scale hierarchical architectures; (iv) improving the thermoelectric performance of Pb-Sb-Te alloys (enhancement by 170%) by tuning their cation vacancies (Pb deficiencies); (v) understating the impact of doping just a group-11 coinage metal, or group-13 element on GeTe solid-state solution and recapitulating the need for pair substitution; (vi) substantially enhancing the average zT of In-Bi codoped GeTe; (vii) achieving a remarkably high and stable zT of close to 2 over a wide temperature range (600 – 773 K) by manipulating the electronic bands in Ga-Sb codoped GeTe, which has been processed by hybrid flash-spark plasma sintering, thus making it a serious candidate for energy harvesting systems. L'intérêt porté au développement de matériaux thermoélectriques est grandissant car ils permettent de créer des sources d'énergie renouvelable, dites « vertes », ce qui s'inscrit pleinement dans la stratégie de lutte contre le réchauffement climatique. A ce jour le rendement de tels systèmes reste faible, le coût de développement élevé, et les plages de températures d'utilisation sont limitées. Dans ces travaux de thèse différentes pistes sont explorées pour développer des matériaux innovants à base de chalcogènes, principalement le tellure. Les principaux résultats portent sur les points suivants. (i) Une étude par spectroscopies couplée à des calculs théoriques a permis de mieux comprendre les phénomènes de conduction dans les verres du système Cu-As-Te. (ii) La recristallisation complète de verres de formulation Ge20Te77Se3 dopés a été réalisée pour pousser à son terme la logique dite du Phonon Glass Electron Crystal (PGEC).(iii) Différents modes de synthèses ont été mis en œuvre pour suivre les propriétés thermoélectriques de matériaux de formulation CuPb18SbTe20 (frittage, SPS, flash-SPS, hybrid flash-SPS). (iv) Accroissement de 170% des performances d'alliage du système Pb-Sb-Te en générant des vacances de sites (composés non-stœchiométriques). (v) Le suivi des conséquences du dopage de GeTe par un seul élément a montré la nécessité d'un co-dopage pour simultanément accroître la conductivité électronique et le Seebeck. (vi) Le co-dopage In-Bi de GeTe a permis de créer des niveaux résonants (In) et d'accroitre la diffusion thermique (Bi). (vii) Enfin, le résultat le plus remarquable porte sur le co-dopage Ga-Sb de GeTe qui permet d'effectuer de l'ingénierie de structure de bandes. Couplé à une synthèse par hybrid flash SPS ces matériaux prometteurs permettent d'obtenir un zT 2 sur une large gamme de température (600–773 K).

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    Authors: Bosc, Romain; Tijou, Antoine; Rosi, Giuseppe; Nguyen, Vu-Hieu; +4 Authors

    International audience; Background: The acetabular cup (AC) implant primary stability is an important determinant for the success of cementless hip surgery but it remains difficult to assess the AC implant fixation in the clinic. A method based on the analysis of the impact produced by an instrumented hammer on the ancillary has been developed by our group (Michel et al., 2016a). However, the soft tissue thickness present around the acetabulum may affect the impact response, which may hamper the robustness of the method. The aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of the soft tissue thickness (STT) on the acetabular cup implant primary fixation evaluation using impact analyses.Methods: To do so, different AC implants were inserted in five bovine bone samples. For each sample, different stability conditions were obtained by changing the cavity diameter. For each configuration, the AC implant was impacted 25 times with 10 and 30 mm of soft tissues positioned underneath the sample. The averaged indicator Im was determined based on the amplitude of the signal for each configuration and each STT and the pull-out force was measured.Findings: The results show that the resonance frequency of the system increases when the value of the soft tissue thickness decreases. Moreover, an ANOVA analysis shows that there was no significant effect of the value of soft tissue thickness on the values of the indicator Im (F = 2.33; p-value = 0.13).Interpretation: This study shows that soft tissue thickness does not appear to alter the prediction of the acetabular cup implant primary fixation obtained using the impact analysis approach, opening the path towards future clinical trials.

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    Authors: Savary, Agata;

    In my habilitation dissertation, meant to validate my capacity of and maturity for directingresearch activities, I present a panorama of several topics in computational linguistics, linguisticsand computer science.Over the past decade, I was notably concerned with the phenomena of compositionalityand variability of linguistic objects. I illustrate the advantages of a compositional approachto the language in the domain of emotion detection and I explain how some linguistic objects,most prominently multi-word expressions, defy the compositionality principles. I demonstratethat the complex properties of MWEs, notably variability, are partially regular and partiallyidiosyncratic. This fact places the MWEs on the frontiers between different levels of linguisticprocessing, such as lexicon and syntax.I show the highly heterogeneous nature of MWEs by citing their two existing taxonomies.After an extensive state-of-the art study of MWE description and processing, I summarizeMultiflex, a formalism and a tool for lexical high-quality morphosyntactic description of MWUs.It uses a graph-based approach in which the inflection of a MWU is expressed in function ofthe morphology of its components, and of morphosyntactic transformation patterns. Due tounification the inflection paradigms are represented compactly. Orthographic, inflectional andsyntactic variants are treated within the same framework. The proposal is multilingual: it hasbeen tested on six European languages of three different origins (Germanic, Romance and Slavic),I believe that many others can also be successfully covered. Multiflex proves interoperable. Itadapts to different morphological language models, token boundary definitions, and underlyingmodules for the morphology of single words. It has been applied to the creation and enrichmentof linguistic resources, as well as to morphosyntactic analysis and generation. It can be integratedinto other NLP applications requiring the conflation of different surface realizations of the sameconcept.Another chapter of my activity concerns named entities, most of which are particular types ofMWEs. Their rich semantic load turned them into a hot topic in the NLP community, which isdocumented in my state-of-the art survey. I present the main assumptions, processes and resultsissued from large annotation tasks at two levels (for named entities and for coreference), parts ofthe National Corpus of Polish construction. I have also contributed to the development of bothrule-based and probabilistic named entity recognition tools, and to an automated enrichment ofProlexbase, a large multilingual database of proper names, from open sources.With respect to multi-word expressions, named entities and coreference mentions, I pay aspecial attention to nested structures. This problem sheds new light on the treatment of complexlinguistic units in NLP. When these units start being modeled as trees (or, more generally, asacyclic graphs) rather than as flat sequences of tokens, long-distance dependencies, discontinu-ities, overlapping and other frequent linguistic properties become easier to represent. This callsfor more complex processing methods which control larger contexts than what usually happensin sequential processing. Thus, both named entity recognition and coreference resolution comesvery close to parsing, and named entities or mentions with their nested structures are analogous3to multi-word expressions with embedded complements.My parallel activity concerns finite-state methods for natural language and XML processing.My main contribution in this field, co-authored with 2 colleagues, is the first full-fledged methodfor tree-to-language correction, and more precisely for correcting XML documents with respectto a DTD. We have also produced interesting results in incremental finite-state algorithmics,particularly relevant to data evolution contexts such as dynamic vocabularies or user updates.Multilingualism is the leitmotif of my research. I have applied my methods to several naturallanguages, most importantly to Polish, Serbian, English and French. I have been among theinitiators of a highly multilingual European scientific network dedicated to parsing and multi-word expressions. I have used multilingual linguistic data in experimental studies. I believethat it is particularly worthwhile to design NLP solutions taking declension-rich (e.g. Slavic)languages into account, since this leads to more universal solutions, at least as far as nominalconstructions (MWUs, NEs, mentions) are concerned. For instance, when Multiflex had beendeveloped with Polish in mind it could be applied as such to French, English, Serbian and Greek.Also, a French-Serbian collaboration led to substantial modifications in morphological modelingin Prolexbase in its early development stages. This allowed for its later application to Polishwith very few adaptations of the existing model. Other researchers also stress the advantages ofNLP studies on highly inflected languages since their morphology encodes much more syntacticinformation than is the case e.g. in English.In this dissertation I am also supposed to demonstrate my ability of playing an active rolein shaping the scientific landscape, on a local, national and international scale. I describemy: (i) various scientific collaborations and supervision activities, (ii) roles in over 10 regional,national and international projects, (iii) responsibilities in collective bodies such as program andorganizing committees of conferences and workshops, PhD juries, and the National UniversityCouncil (CNU), (iv) activity as an evaluator and a reviewer of European collaborative projects.The issues addressed in this dissertation open interesting scientific perspectives, in whicha special impact is put on links among various domains and communities. These perspectivesinclude: (i) integrating fine-grained language data into the linked open data, (ii) deep parsingof multi-word expressions, (iii) modeling multi-word expression identification in a treebank as atree-to-language correction problem, and (iv) a taxonomy and an experimental benchmark fortree-to-language correction approaches.

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    In order to compete for a prominent market share, network operators and service providers should retain and increase the verticals’ subscription, catering to their needs in order to differentiate themselves from competitors. In this scenario, verticals’ satisfaction arises of paramount importance. As such, user experience is becoming a reliable indicator for service providers and telecommunication operators to convey overall end-to-end system functioning. To properly estimate end user satisfaction, operators and service providers require efficient means for quality monitoring and estimation at all layers, in conjunction with mechanisms able to maintain said quality at optimum levels. Given these factors, this paper proposes a mechanism for Quality of Perception (QoP) estimation in e-Health services, enabling the QoP-aware management of network slices fulfilling the requirements of supported services. To this end, the paper proposes a cognitive-based architecture which allows for the collection and monitoring of verticals’ data to estimate QoP and provides mechanisms to re-configure the underlying network slices according to the monitored quality levels. A machine learning (ML) model is introduced that aims to forecast any future degradation in the quality perceived by vertical users. In case of a predicted degradation, the proposed architecture reacts and triggers the necessary remedial actions, referred as actuations. In order to evaluate the developed ML model and to showcase the interaction between the different components of the proposed architecture, an experimental study is presented with real data extracted from a roaming ambulance. In addition, a Proof of Concept of the actuation mechanism is demonstrated through an experimental testbed emulating e-Health services. This work has been funded in part through the European Union’s H2020 program, under grant agreement No 761913: project SliceNet. The authors would like to thank all SliceNet partners for their support in this work. Peer Reviewed

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    Authors: Hirono, T.; Barbero, M.; Breugnon, P.; Godiot, S.; +11 Authors

    International audience; Depleted CMOS active sensors (DMAPS) are being developed for high-energy particle physics experiments in high radiation environments, such as in the ATLAS High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC). Since charge collection by drift is mandatory for harsh radiation environment, the application of high bias voltage to high resistive sensor material is needed. In this work, a prototype of a DMAPS was fabricated in a 150nm CMOS process on a substrate with a resistivity of >2 k{\Omega}cm that was thinned to 100 {\mu}m. Full depletion occurs around 20V, which is far below the breakdown voltage of 110 V. A readout chip has been attached for fast triggered readout. Presented prototype also uses a concept of sub-pixel en/decoding three pixels of the prototype chip are readout by one pixel of the readout chip. Since radiation tolerance is one of the largest concerns in DMAPS, the CCPD_LF chip has been irradiated with X-rays and neutrons up to a total ionization dose of 50 Mrad and a fluence of 10E15neq/cm2, respectively.

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    Authors: Savary, E.; Rojas, K.; Maus, M.; Clement, B.; +15 Authors

    We present a search for galaxy-scale strong gravitational lenses in the initial 2 500 square degrees of the Canada-France Imaging Survey (CFIS). We designed a convolutional neural network (CNN) committee that we applied to a selection of 2 344 002 exquisite-seeing $r$-band images of color-selected luminous red galaxies (LRGs). Our classification uses a realistic training set where the lensing galaxies and the lensed sources are both taken from real data, namely the CFIS $r$-band images themselves and the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). A total of 9 460 candidates obtain a score above 0.5 with the CNN committee. After a visual inspection of the candidates, we find a total of 133 lens candidates, of which 104 are completely new. The set of false positives mainly contains ring, spiral, and merger galaxies, and to a lesser extent galaxies with nearby companions. We classify 32 of the lens candidates as secure lenses and 101 as maybe lenses. For the 32 highest quality lenses, we also fit a singular isothermal ellipsoid mass profile with external shear along with an elliptical Sersic profile for the lens and source light. This automated modeling step provides distributions of properties for both sources and lenses that have Einstein radii in the range $0.5\arcsec<θ_E<2.5\arcsec$. Finally, we introduce a new lens and/or source single-band deblending algorithm based on auto-encoder representation of our candidates. This is the first time an end-to-end lens-finding and modeling pipeline is assembled together, in view of future lens searches in a single band, as will be possible with Euclid. 29 pages, 21 figures, accepted by A&A, in press

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