# Novelli, Jean-Christophe

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Works: 18 works in 28 publications in 4 languages and 390 library holdings Cookbooks Author, Opponent, Thesis advisor, 958
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Most widely held works by Jean-Christophe Novelli
Your place or mine? : cooking at home with restaurant style by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

6 editions published between 1998 and 2000 in English and German and held by 100 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jean-Christophe Novelli is one of London's most-celebrated new Michelin-starred chefs, renowned for his striking combinations of flavors and artisitc presentations. But at the heart of many of his signature dishes are easy and accessible recipes perfectly suited to the home cook. In his restaurant kitchens Jean-Christophe adapts and combines these core recipes in a varietyof innovative ways, adding an unusual vegetable here, a highly flavored oil or an exotic garnish there, to produce the dazzling creations for which he is so well known. Now adventuresome home cooks can re-create these spectacular effects in their own kitchens.--From publisher description
Matthew Biggs' complete book of vegetables in Australia : the definitive sourcebook for growing, harvesting and cooking by Matthew Biggs( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 76 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A true sourcebook for the Australian gardener, it contains practical advice on how to grow top-quality plants from propogation to harvest, wherever you grow them - in containers, in grow bags or under glass. There's information on controlling pests, crop rotation and companion planting, and the pages are brimming with ideas for 'green' gardening, soil improvement and weed control
Everyday Novelli by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

3 editions published between 2007 and 2009 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hell's kitchen cookbook by Gary Rhodes( Book )

2 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Algèbre et géométrie 1 : 1re et 2e années - toute section by Sébastien Desreux( Book )

3 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 53 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

More than 100 recipes from the nation's favourite French chef by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Over 100 mouth-watering recipes to savour and share
A mad frog & an Englishman --go fishing by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Novelli : bij jou of bij mij thuis? by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 1999 in Dutch and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Simply Novelli : quick & easy French classics by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Novelli : cooking at home with restaurant style by Jean-Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

D?veloppements combinatoires autour des tableaux et des nombres eul?riens by Zakaria Chemli( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis is at the crossroads of enumerative, algebraic and bijective combinatorics. It studies some algebraic problems from a combinatorial point of view, and conversely, uses algebraic formalism to deal with combinatorial questions.After a reminder about classical notions of combinatoics and algebraic structures, We introduce new combinatorial objects called the shifted domino tableaux, these objects can be seen as a shifted analog of domino tableaux or as an extension of shifted Young tableaux. We prove that these objects are in bijection with pairs of shifted Young tableaux. This bijection shows that shifted domino tableaux can be seen as elements of the super shifted plactic monoid, which is the shifted analog of the super plactic monoid. We also show that the sum over all shifted domino tableaux of a fixed shape describe a product of two P-Schur functions, and by taking a different kind of shifted domino tableaux we describe a product of two Q-Schur functions. We also propose two insertion algorithms for shifted domino tablaux, analogous to Haiman's left-right and mixed insertion algorithms. Still in the field of bijective combinatorics, we are interested in the second part of our work with bijections related to statistics on permutations and Eulerian numbers.In this second part of this thesis, we introduce the unimodality of finite sequences associated to different directions in the Eulerian triangle. We first give a combinatorial interpretations as well as recurrence relations of sequences associated with the direction (1, t) in the Eulerian triangle, where t?1. These sequences are the coefficients of polynomials called the t-successive eulerian polynomials, which generalize the eulerian polynomials. We prove using a bijection between premutations and north-east lattice paths that those sequences are unomodal. Then we prove that the sequences associated with the directions (r, q), where r is a positive integer and q is an integer such that r + q ? 0, are also log-concave and therefore unimodal
Combinatoire algébrique des permutations et de leurs généralisations by Vincent Vong( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis is at the crossroads between combinatorics and algebra. It studies some algebraic problems from a combinatorial point of view, and conversely, some combinatorial problems have an algebraic approach which enables us tosolve them. In the first part, some classical statistics on permutations are studied: the peaks, the valleys, the double rises, and the double descents. We show that we can build sub algebras and quotients of FQSym, an algebra which basis is indexed by permutations. Then, we study classical combinatorial sequences such as Gandhi polynomials, refinements of Genocchi numbers, and Euler numbers in a non commutative way. In particular, we see that combinatorial interpretations arise naturally from the non commutative approach. Finally, we solve some freeness problems about dendriform algebras, tridendriform algebras and quadrialgebras thanks to combinatorics of some labelled trees
Combinatoire algébrique des arbres by Samuele Giraudo( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse se situe dans le domaine de la combinatoire algébrique et porte sur la construction de plusieurs structures combinatoires et algébriques sur différentes espèces d'arbres. Après avoir défini un analogue du monoïde plaxique dont les classes d'équivalence sont indexées par les couples d'arbres binaires jumeaux, nous proposons un analogue de la correspondance de Robinson-Schensted dans ce contexte. À partir de ce monoïde, nous construisons une sous-algèbre de Hopf de l'algèbre de Hopf des fonctions quasi-symétriques libres dont les bases sont indexées par les couples d'arbres binaires jumeaux. Ensuite, nous proposons un foncteur combinatoire de la catégorie des monoïdes vers la catégorie des opérades ensemblistes. En utilisant ce foncteur, nous construisons plusieurs opérades qui mettent en jeu divers objets combinatoires. Par le biais d'une construction qui à une opérade associe une algèbre de Hopf non commutative, nous obtenons à partir de l'une des opérades obtenue par notre construction, une algèbre de Hopf basée sur les forêts ordonnées d'arbres plans enracinés. Nous proposons une réalisation polynomiale de cette dernière. Finalement, nous établissons certaines propriétés vérifiées par les arbres binaires équilibrés dans le treillis de Tamari. Nous montrons que l'ensemble des arbres binaires équilibrés y est clos par intervalle et que les intervalles d'arbres binaires équilibrés ont la forme d'hypercubes. Dans l'objectif de dénombrer ces intervalles, nous introduisons une nouvelle sorte de grammaires d'arbres, les grammaires synchrones. Celles-ci permettent d'obtenir une équation fonctionnelle de point fixe pour la série génératrice des arbres qu'elles engendrent
Algèbres de Hopf combinatoires by Rémi Maurice( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis is in the field of algebraic combinatorics. In other words, the idea is to use algebraic structures, in this case of combinatorial Hopf algebras, to better study and understand the combinatorial objects and algorithms for composition and decomposition about these objects. This research is based on the construction and study of algebraic structure of combinatorial objects generalizing permutations. After recalling the background and notations of various objects involved in this research, we propose, in the second part, the study of the Hopf algebra introduced by Aguiar and Orellana based on uniform block permutations. By focusing on a description of these objects via well-known objects, permutations and set partitions, we propose a polynomial realization and an easier study of this algebra. The third section considers a second generalization interpreting permutations as matrices. We define and then study the families of square matrices on which we define algorithms for composition and decomposition. The fourth part deals with alternating sign matrices. Having defined the Hopf algebra of these matrices, we study the statistics and the behavior of the algebraic structure with these statistics. All these chapters rely heavily on computer exploration, and is the subject of an implementation using Sage software. This last chapter is dedicated to the discovery and manipulation of algebraic structures on Sage. We conclude by explaining the improvements to the study of algebraic structure through the Sage software
Combinatoire énumérative et algébrique autour du PASEP by Arthur Nunge( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis comes within the scope of enumerative and algebraic combinatorics and studies the probabilities of the partially asymmetric exclusion process (PASEP).First, we bijectively prove a conjecture of Novelli-Thibon-Williams concerning the combinatorial interpretation of the entries of the transition matrices between some bases of the noncommutative symmetric functions algebra. More precisely, these matrices correspond to the transition matrices of, on the one hand the complete and ribbon bases and on the other hand the monomial and fundamental bases, both introduced by Tevlin. The coefficients of these matrices provide a refinement of the probabilities of the PASEP and are described using new statistics on permutations. This conjecture states that this refinement can also be described using classical statistics of the PASEP. In the second part, we study a generalization of the PASEP using two kinds of particles: the 2-PASEP. Hence, we give several combinatorial interpretations of the probabilities of this model. In order to do so, we define a new family of paths generalizing the Laguerre histories: the marked Laguerre histories. We also generalize the Françon-Viennot bijection between Laguerre histories and permutations to define partially signed permutations giving another combinatorial interpretation of these probabilities. In a third part, we generalize Tevlin's work in order to define a monomial basis and a fundamental basis on the algebra over segmented compositions. In order to describe the transition matrices between these bases and other bases already known in this algebra, we define an algebra indexed by partially signed permutations using the statistics previously defined to describe the combinatorics of the 2-PASEP. We also define some q-analogues of these bases related to the probabilities of the 2-PASEP according to the q parameter of this model. Finally, using the fact that partially signed permutations and segmented permutations are in bijection, we use the statistics defined previously to define descents on these objects and get a generalization of the Eulerian polynomials on segmented permutations. To study these polynomials, we use the algebraic tools introduced in the previous part
Combinatoire algébrique et géométrique des nombres de Hurwitz by Marc Sage( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ce mémoire se veut une synthèse, destinée à la communauté combinatoricienne, de quelques outils développés pour aborder le problème d'Hurwitz ainsi qu'une présentation des résultats récoltés. Le problème d'Hurwitz consiste à évaluer, dans un groupe symétrique, le nombre (dit d'Hurwitz) de factorisations transitives de la permutation identité dont on a imposé le type cyclique des facteurs. Nous décrivons tout d'abord les origines topologiques de ce problème à travers le dénombrement des revêtements ramifiés de la sphère. Nous présentons également un cadre algébrique naturel, le monoïde des permutations scindées, qui permet d'exprimer les nombres d'Hurwitz comme coefficients de structure de l'algèbre de ce monoïde, plus précisément de la sous-algèbre engendrée par les classes de conjugaison, dont une base naturelle est indexée par les multipartitions (ou partitions scindées). La théorie des représentations de cette algèbre fournit un algorithme pour calculer les nombres d'Hurwitz à une partition dont la complexité (minimale, uniforme et exponentielle) est bien meilleure que celle d'une approche naïve. Ce cadre algébrique donne par ailleurs une formule décrivant les séries d'Hurwitz à plusieurs partitions comme polynômes en les séries d'Hurwitz à une seule partition. Nous présentons secondement le cadre géométrique dans lequel s'expriment d'une part la formule ELSV, laquelle décrit les nombres d'Hurwitz à une partition comme fonctions de certaines intégrales, d'autre part un théorème de M. Kazarian exprimant les séries de Hurwitz à une partition comme polynômes en certaines séries formelles dont l'étude asymptotique est achevée. Une fois décrit le fonctionnement de ce cadre intégral, nous récoltons l'asymptotique de tous les nombres d'Hurwitz
Bases de monômes dans les algèbres pré-Lie libres et applications by Mahdi Jasim Hasan Al-Kaabi( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Dans cette thèse, nous étudions le concept d'algèbre pré-Lie libre engendrée par un ensemble (non-vide). Nous rappelons la construction par A. Agrachev et R. Gamkrelidze des bases de monômes dans les algèbres pré-Lie libres. Nous décrivons la matrice des vecteurs d'une base de monômes en termes de la base d'arbres enracinés exposée par F. Chapoton et M. Livernet. Nous montrons que cette matrice est unipotente et trouvons une expression explicite pour les coefficients de cette matrice, en adaptant une procédure suggérée par K. Ebrahimi-Fard et D. Manchon pour l'algèbre magmatique libre. Nous construisons une structure d'algèbre pré-Lie sur l'algèbre de Lie libre $\mathcal{L}$(E) engendrée par un ensemble E, donnant une présentation explicite de $\mathcal{L}$(E) comme quotient de l'algèbre pré-Lie libre $\mathcal{T}$^E, engendrée par les arbres enracinés (non-planaires) E-décorés, par un certain idéal I. Nous étudions les bases de Gröbner pour les algèbres de Lie libres dans une présentation à l'aide d'arbres. Nous décomposons la base d'arbres enracinés planaires E-décorés en deux parties O(J) et $\mathcal{T}$(J), où J est l'idéal définissant $\mathcal{L}$(E) comme quotient de l'algèbre magmatique libre engendrée par E. Ici, $\mathcal{T}$(J) est l'ensemble des termes maximaux des éléments de J, et son complément O(J) définit alors une base de $\mathcal{L}$(E). Nous obtenons un des résultats importants de cette thèse (Théorème 3.12) sur la description de l'ensemble O(J) en termes d'arbres. Nous décrivons des bases de monômes pour l'algèbre pré-Lie (respectivement l'algèbre de Lie libre) $\mathcal{L}$(E), en utilisant les procédures de bases de Gröbner et la base de monômes pour l'algèbre pré-Lie libre obtenue dans le Chapitre 2. Enfin, nous étudions les développements de Magnus classique et pré-Lie, discutant comment nous pouvons trouver une formule de récurrence pour le cas pré-Lie qui intègre déjà l'identité pré-Lie. Nous donnons une vision combinatoire d'une méthode numérique proposée par S. Blanes, F. Casas, et J. Ros, sur une écriture du développement de Magnus classique, utilisant la structure pré-Lie de $\mathcal{L}$(E)
Novelli : your place or mine? : cooking at home with restaurant style by Jean - Christophe Novelli( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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