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Works: 141 works in 203 publications in 2 languages and 465 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Université de Bourgogne
25th International Congress on High-Speed Photography and Photonics, 29 September-4 October, 2002, Beaune, France by Claude Cavailler( )

7 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 115 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Eighth International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision : 23-25 May 2007, Le Creusot, France by International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision( )

4 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Twelfth International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision : 3-5 June 2015, Le Creusot, France by International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision( )

3 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 63 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

QCAV 97 by Conférence internationale sur le contrôle qualité par vision artificielle( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

QCAV 2001 by Conférence internationale sur le contrôle qualité par vision artificielle( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A reference architecture for archival systems with application to product models by Raphaël Barbau( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nowadays, a major part of the information is in digital form. Digital preservation is essential to allowpeople to access information over time. From a computer science perspective, two major objectiveshave to be met to enable digital preservation: developing archival systems to manage the preserveddigital information, and select information representations that will facilitate the preservation. For complexinformation such as product models, these two objective are particularly hard to meet. Archivalsystems have to operate in a complex environment, interact with many different systems, and supportmay different business functions. Product model representations do not use all the possibilitiesof computer interpretation.Regarding the development of archival systems, the key is to determine what has to be described toprove that the archival system can effectively support the digital preservation. The Reference Modelfor an Open Archival Information System (OAIS) proposes a terminology to describe and comparearchives. The Audit and Certification of Trustworthy Digital Repository (ACTDR) provides criteria forthe certification of archives. One issue with these efforts is that there is not guidance on how to usethem within archival system descriptions.This thesis proposes a method called Reference Architecture for Archival Systems (RAAS) to describearchival systems implementations. RAAS relies on the DoD Architecture Framework to describethe various aspects of the archival systems. Moreover, RAAS provides an archival-specificterminology inspired by the OAIS Reference Model. RAAS also explains how the archival systemdescription can help for the ACTDR certification.RAAS is applied to a product model preservation case, to describe the various aspects of the archivalsystem. This description includes the interactions involving the archival systems, the archival systemfunctions, the definition of the preserved content, and the definition of the metadata. This descriptionformally refers to the OAIS terminology, and provides ACTDR certification evidence.This thesis also address the representation of product models by proposing the translation of productmodels from STEP to OWL. STEP is a standard for product model representation. The use ofOWL enables semantic relationship to enrich product information, and improve the search and theunderstanding of this information using data integration.The methodology used in this thesis can apply to other types of information, such as medical records
From quantitative spatial operators to qualitative spatial relationships : a new approach applied to the detection and the semantic qualification of 3D objects by Helmi Ben Hmida( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This work presents the 3D Spatial Qualification tool (3DSQ) which was created tocompute spatial data stored in OWL-DL ontology. By using the adjustment principle ofan existing ontology, it is then possible to add 3D data to existing objects and computetheir spatial relationships from their 3D models. The 3DSQ Platform makes an attempt toensure the interaction between heterogeneous environments. Actually, such a semanticplatform connects an adjusted OWL ontology structure, a 3D quantification engine, avisualization engine and a set of geometry via knowledge processing technologymaterialized via SWRL, SQWRL rules and SPARQL queries within its extended Built-Ins. The created Spatial Built-Ins are connected to the presented quantification engine andenable qualifying semantic spatial relationships. This will mainly help us to not just applysemantic queries selecting geometry based on such a qualified relationship, but also tobenefit from the richness of the knowledge based schema, from a logical point of view. Itincludes the semantic definition and the implementation of the standard 3D spatialrelationships and uses sophisticated geometry data structure like NEF Polyhedra. Itfurther describes the implementation of the suggested bridge by the means of the NEFPolyhedra operation and the DLs definition of spatial relation.In addition, this thesis presents an application of the 3DSQ platform. It is argued that therepresentation of spatial information is not a fundamental limitation of OWL, wherelinking top level semantic qualification with low level quantitative calculation is highlypossible and efficient via the OWL-DL expressive power. This efficiency is carried outby the semantic rule system, and the geometry data structure required for therepresentation of spatial regions. In fact, such a semantic qualification based ondescription logic (DLs), and OWL ontologies enable much more efficient and intelligentspatial analysis semantically. To prove the feasibility and to validate the 3DSQ Platformwithin its quantitative and qualitative 3D spatial operators, real applied areas related toBuilding Information Model (BIM), IFC and especially 3D point clouds data wereaddressed. Given the complexity of the underlying problems, the suggested new methodsresort to using semantic knowledge, in particular, to support the object detection andqualification. In this context, a novel approach which makes use of the 3DSQ platformand benefits from intelligent knowledge management strategies to qualify objects will bediscussed. It is based on the semantics of different associated domains to assist inknowledge formalization where Knowledge helps in the qualification process, and can beclearly palpable through the thesis.Such a conception will bring solutions to the problem raised by the syntactic exchangelevel between CAD software packages, IFCs or 3D point cloud geometries. Moreover, allrelations between the different geometries are defined by elements suggested in thisthesis. In fact, these relations define how elements can interact. Such a semantic can onlybe synthetized, used and invested by OWL ontology structure with all the robustness ofthe Description Logics
Oclusion temporaire des artères coronaires par un gel thermo-réversible : LeGoo®. De l'expérimentation à l'utilisation humaine by Olivier Bouchot( )

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

ObjectifsThe objective of this work is to assess the feasibility of using the LeGoo gel to occlude the coronary arteries temporarily, to facilitate the performance of coronary bypass (off-pump technique), initially in pigs then in human. A Secondary objective was to evaluate the impact of the injection on the endothelium and myocardium.MethodesThe first study evaluated in pigs the feasibility of using LeGoo, while performing coronary bypass on the left anterior descending or on the right coronary artery and to evaluate the endothelial function of coronary arteries occluded by the gel.The second study analyzed endothelial function of internal thoracic arteries, in the area occluded by the gel.After obtaining the CE mark, a third study demonstrated the feasibility of the utilisation of LeGoo for temporary coronary artery occlusion during the performance of beating heart coronary bypass surgery in human.The last study was a randomized, multicenter and international clinical study that compared the gel with conventional vessel loop during the performance of off-pump coronary artery bypass anastomoses.ResultsIn the first study 14 pigs received coronary bypass and were sacrificed after 3 hours (n=8) or 3 days (n=6). The study of endothelial reactivity did not reveal any difference between the coronary arteries occluded by the gel and the circumflex coronary artery, which served as a control. The endothelium showed no histological damage. Identical observations were made on the 9 internal thoracic arteries, used in the second study and occluded during 15 minutes by a LeGoo plug.In the first human use, 99 anatomoses were performed in 50 patients. The level of satisfaction on the quality of haemostasis was 91%. One patient presented arrhythmia which required the introduction of an intracoronary shunt after rapid dissolution of the gel. Another patient had a myocardial infarct on day 1 associated with stenosis on the internal thoracic artery upstream of the anastomosis, requiring a refection of this bypass (new off pump procedure). Other complications were identical to what is reported in the literature.In the randomised study, anastomoses times were shorter in LeGoo group than with vessel loops (12,8 ± 4,7 min vs 15,4 ± 6 min, p<0,001). The differences were 2 minutes for anterior bypass and 4 minutes for the lateral and posterior territories.The satisfaction rate of haemostasis was 88% with the gel against it was 60.7% with the vessel loop (p<0,0001). Other peri-operative measurements were statistically identical between the 2 groups.ConclusionsLeGoo (a poloxamer based formulation) can be used safely for the performance of coronary anastomoses. Anastomotic times are shorter than with traditional vessel loops, without any alteration of the endothelial function
Analyse et détection des électrogrammes complexes fractionnés en vue de soigner la fibrillation auriculaire à l'aide de techniques d'ablation par radiofréquence by Nicolas Navoret( Book )

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

Ce manuscrit présente des travaux de recherche sur l'analyse et la détection des Electrogrammes Auriculaires Complexes Fractionnés (EACF). Dans une première partie faisant suite à une présentation des mécanismes et des signaux bioélelectriques de la Fibrillation Auriculaire (FA), les outils les plus couramment utilisés pour l'analyse des signaux EACF sont présentés. Des outils linéaires sont dans un premier temps appliqués aux signaux intracardiaques issus des procédures d'ablation de la FA par radiofréquence puis des outilsnon linéaires sont présentés et intégrés à un algorithme de détection des EACF. Ce dernier s'appuie sur la quantification des propriétés de récurrence des électrogrammes. Dans la seconde partie, la cellule et le tissu musculaire cardiaque sont détaillés puis simulés à l'aide de plusieurs modèles mathématiques. Ceux de FitzHugh Nagumo, Aliev Panfilov et Courtemanche Ramirez Nattel sont mis en oeuvre afin de reproduire les mécanismes de la FA évoqués dans la présentation de cette pathologie. L'acquisition des champs de potentiels est également reproduite à l'aide d'un modèle numérique de cathéter tel que celui utilisé lors des procédures. Les signaux temporels ainsi générés permettent de lier les activations spatiotemporelles au niveau du substrat aux motifs observables dans les EACF. Un modèle expérimental vient compléter la partie modélisation. Les cultures de cellules de rats nouveaux nés sur puces MEA (Micro Electrode Array) permettent de recréer des conditions de fibrillation et d'acquérir des potentiels extracellulaires. Là encore, les électrogrammes sont comparés aux signaux issus des simulations numériques ainsi qu'aux signaux cliniques. L'analyse des séquences de motifs via les trois types de modèles utilisés permet de rattacher les motifs observés dans les électrogrammes aux mécanismes se produisant au niveau du tissu cardiaque lors de la FA. Une analyse en temps réel permettrait de fournir au praticien des informations déterminantes lors de l'ablation concernant la nature et la localisation des sources d'arythmie
Partitionnement, recouvrement et colorabilité dans les graphes by Nicolas Gastineau( Book )

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

Our research are about graph coloring with distance constraints (packing coloring) or neighborhood constraints (Grundy coloring). Let S={si| i in N*} be a non decreasing sequence of integers. An S-packing coloring is a proper coloring such that every set of color i is an si-packing (a set of vertices at pairwise distance greater than si). A graph G is (s1,... ,sk)-colorable if there exists a packing coloring of G with colors 1,... ,k. A Grundy coloring is a proper vertex coloring such that for every vertex of color i, u is adjacent to a vertex of color j, for each j<i.In this presentation, we present results about S-packing coloring. We prove new results about the S-coloring of graphs including paths, cycles and trees. We study the complexity problem associated to the S-packing coloring, this problem is denoted S-COL. For some instances of S-COL, we characterize dichotomy between NP-complete problems and problems solved by a polynomial time algorithm. We study also different lattices, the hexagonal, square, triangular and king lattices. We determine properties on the subdivision of an i-packing in several j-packings, for j>i. These results allow us to determine S-packing coloring of these lattices for several sequences of integers. We examine a class of graph that has never been studied for S-packing coloring: the subcubic graphs. We determine that every subcubic graph is (1,2,2,2,2,2,2)-colorable and (1,1,2,2,3)-colorable. Few results are proven about some subclasses. Finally, we study the Grundy number of regular graphs. We determine a characterization of the cubic graphs with Grundy number 4. Moreover, we prove that every r-regular graph without induced square has Grundy number r+1, for r<5
Méthodologie d'estimation des incertitudes d'un processus de mesure utilisant un bras polyarticulé portable by Fékria Romdhani( Book )

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

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Détection automatique de chutes de personnes basée sur des descripteurs spatio-temporels : définition de la méthode, évaluation des performances et implantation temps-réel by Imen Charfi( Book )

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

We propose a supervised approach to detect falls in home environment adapted to location andpoint of view changes. First, we maid publicly available a realistic dataset, acquired in four differentlocations, containing a large number of manual annotation suitable for methods comparison. We alsodefined a new metric, adapted to real-time tasks, allowing to evaluate fall detection performance ina continuous video stream. Then, we build the initial spatio-temporal descriptor named STHF usingseveral combinations of transformations of geometrical features and an automatically optimised setof spatio-temporal descriptors thanks to an automatic feature selection step. We propose a realisticand pragmatic protocol which enables performance to be improved by updating the training in thecurrent location with normal activities records. Finally, we implemented the fall detection in Zynqbasedhardware platform similar to smart camera. An Algorithm-Architecture Adequacy step allowsa good trade-off between performance of classification and processing time
Optimal observers and optimal control : improving car efficiency with Kalman and Pontryagin by Kenneth Sebesta( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The PhD presents a combined approach to improving individual car efficiency. An optimal observer, the Extended Kalman Filter, is used to create an efficiency model for the car. Particular attention was paid to handling the asynchronous and redundant nature of the measurement data. A low-cost sensor suite developed to measure data is described. This sensor suite was installed on multiple vehicles to good success. It employsan accelerometer, gps, fuel injector timer, and Vss input to measure all the data necessary to reconstruct the car's state. This observer and sensor suite can be used as the base for any study which requires car efficiency maps, allowing research to proceed without manufacturer supplied data. Once the efficiency map is found, it is then curve-fitted in order to reduce model complexity. The simplified model is then used as a basis for optimal control through Pontryagin's Maximum Principle. Real-world test results are given, both for efficiency mapping, and for optimal control. Detailed discussion of the observer and controller is presented, in order to ease understanding and save implementation time
Environnement informé sémantiquement enrichi pour la simulation multi-agents : application à la simulation en environnement virtuel 3D by Thomas Durif( Book )

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

This thesis focuses on multi-agent simulation applied to the simulation of individuals in virtual 3D buildings. To do this, our work suggests to capitalize on the experience gained in the field of semantic web ontologies and inference engines to facilitate the design and development of intelligent behavior for agents operating in virtual worlds. The goal is to provide to agents a generic approach to managing their representation of the world and reason about this representation. For this, the central problem is based on the definition of a decidable ontology modeling all of the knowledge contained in the virtual 3D environment to enrich semantically the environment of a multi-agent simulation. This decidable ontology aims to provide an opportunity to integrate semantic inference engine at the heart of modeling behavior of mobile agents in a virtual environment
Semantic based framework for dynamic customization of PLM-related information models by Sylvère Krima( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We live in the information age. Data has become an essential asset for most everyday situations and business interactions. The need to share data, to generate information, and create new knowledge from that data is common to all fields of research and all economic activity. Managing data is a critical, and sometimes costly, process. When not properly defined, data might become incomplete, inconsistent or, even worse, unusable. Requirements for data evolve and we must define new data or update existing data over the entire data lifecycle. Evolving data requirements is an important issue and a technological challenge as it is not possible to define, in advance, information structures that meet requirements you do not yet know. Specifying information requirements is particularly challenging in domains such as manufacturing where information exchange involves many actors and sharing across multiple functions and software applications. As a result, it becomes hard to find a common information structure for representing data. The challenge is even bigger when a temporal aspect has to be considered since it requires the ability to extend the information structure dynamically over time. One area within the manufacturing domain that we have identified with these characteristics is Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). PLM involves many global actors using a myriad of software applications that perform a series of product management functions that can last from weeks to decades. Because the mechanism to extend models is static by its nature, requiring numerous updates of the initial information model, this operation is expensive in cost and time, and requires and understanding of the entire initial model to ensure correct extensions are developed. This research presents an alternative based on dynamic customization of information models in the context of PLM, by leveraging existing PLM standards and frameworks, and using emerging semantic web technologies such as OWL, SPARQL and SPIN. Following a state of the art in Chapter 2, Chapter 3 defines technical requirements used to evaluate existing PLM standards and frameworks. Based on the analysis of this evaluation, Chapter 4 presents new framework components for defining dynamically customizable information models for PLM. In chapter 5 these components are integrated together into a framework, and a use case demonstrates the efficiency of the framework. Chapter 6 concludes the research and introduces ideas for future research
SIGA3D : modélisation, échange et visualisation d'objets 3D du bâtiment et d'objets urbains géoréférencés ; application aux IFC pour la gestion technique de patrimoine immobilier et urbain by Clément Mignard( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis defines a new approach in urban and building facility management. A production and information management process of the building, its immediate environment and urban objects has been defined. It allows to manage these objects throughout their life cycle, in a concept called Urban Facility Management. This technology relies on an Urban Information Model to model all the information of cities and buildings in a dynamic and evolutive ontology. A mechanism for geometric and semantic levels of detail has also been defined to support the scalability of such a system. Indeed, the number of objects to be managed in a scene, compared to a building modeling system, is much higher, as the area of information processing. Also, contextual levels of detail optimize the scene according to semantic criteria.The proposal we made is based on an architecture derived from work in adaptive hypermedia systems. It consists of six layers that aim at solving problems in a systemic form: a connecting layer to data sources, a layer to import these data into the system, a semantic layer, a level of contextualization, a connection layer and an interface layer with the user. This architecture allows the definition of a workflow that we decomposed in an architecture of processes. This one describes how to acquire data from both GIS sources and IFC, but also from CAD in general. Data are then imported into the city information model into an ontology defined using tools from the semantic layer. These tools are composed of a set of operators that aim at defining concepts, relations and logical statements. They are coupled to a mechanism that allows the definition of local contexts used to express contextual levels of details within the ontology. Associated with graphical representations issued from diverse data sources, it become possible to combine several geometric representations, 2D or 3D, to an object of the knowledge base, and choose the representation to be displayed according to semantic criteria. The layer for context management provides contextual information on global data models through a mechanism based on named graphs. Once the ontology is developed, data can be exploited via a graphical engine that has been specially developed and that manages contextual information and levels of details.This architecture of processes has been implemented and adapted to the platform Active3D. Part of the research has been to adapt the formal architecture of the urban information model to the existing architecture. The goal was to provide a solution to the industrial constraints of the project and required performance criteria. The last part of this thesis therefore presents the technical developments necessary to achieve these goals
Multi-focus image fusion using local variability by Ias Sri Wahyuni( )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dans cette thèse, nous nous intéressons aux méthodes de la fusion d'images multi focales. Cette technique consiste à fusionner plusieurs images capturées avec différentes distances focales de la même scène. Cela permet d'obtenir une image de meilleure qualité à partir des deux images sources. Nous proposons une méthode de fusion d'images s'appuyant sur les techniques des pyramides Laplaciennes en utilisant comme règle de sélection les transformées d'ondelettes discretes(DWT: Discrete Wavelet Transform). Nous développons, par la suite, deux méthodes de fusion d'images multi focales basée sur la variabilité locale de chaque pixel. Elle tient en compte les informations dans la région environnante des pixels. La première consiste à utiliser la variabilité locale comme information dans la méthode de Dempster-Shafer. La seconde utilise une métrique basée sur la variabilité locale. En effet, la fusion proposée effectue une pondération de chaque pixel par une exponentielle de sa variabilité locale. Une étude comparative entre les méthodes proposées et celles existantes a été réalisée. Les résultats expérimentaux démontrent que nos méthodes proposées donnent des meilleurs fusions, tant dans la perception visuelle que dans l'analyse quantitative
Etude et construction de schémas de subdivision quasi-linéaires sur des maillages bi-réguliers by Yacine Boumzaid( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Subdivision schemes are commonly used to generate a smooth shape from a much more coarseone. The reverse subdivision is designed to describe a high resolution mesh from a coarse one. Bothof these tools are used in numerous graphical modelisation domains. In this thesis, we focused ontwo distinct aspects: on one hand the construction of quasi-linear subdivision schemes and on theother hand the construction of reverse quad/triangle subdivision schemes. The work, presented inthe context of the subdivision, describes the construction of a new type of subdivision schemes, andtheirs applications to solve some problems coming from the application of linear subdivision schemes.The work presented in the context of the reverse subdivision describes a new method to reverse thequad/triangle subdivision schemes
Espaces tangents pour les formes auto-similaires by Sergey Podkorytov( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nous nous intéressons à la modélisation de formes complexes de type structures arborescences, formes lacunaires ou surfaces rugueuses. Ces formes sont intéressantes de par leurs propriétés physiques particulières :objets légers, économie de matière, résistance mécanique, absorption acoustique importante. Les modèles basés sur le concept de la géométrie fractale permettent de générer de telles formes et notamment les formes auto-similaires. A partir des travaux de Barnsley sur les systèmes itérés de fonctions, Tosan et al, ont proposé une extension, Boundary Controled Iterated Funcions Systems (BCIFS) pour contrôler plus facilement les formes et faciliter leur description. Nous nous intéressons aux propriétés différentielles des formes décrites par BCIFS. Nous proposons une définition plus générale d'espace tangent qui permet de caractériser le comportement de cas non-classiquement différentiables.Nous montrons que l'étude du comportement différentiel peut alors se faire simplement par analyse des valeurs propres et vecteurs propres généralisés des opérateurs de subdivision. Il devient alors possible de contrôler ces propriétés différentielles. Nous présentons une application de nos résultats, en proposant une méthode pour construire des raccords entre deux structures définies par des processus de subdivision différents. Cette méthode est appliquée pour la construction d'un raccord entre une surface de subdivision de Doo-Sabin(schéma dual) et une surface de subdivision de Catmull-Clark (schéma primal)
Emergsem : une approche d'annotation collaborative et de recherche d'images basée sur les sémantiques émergentes by Damien Esse Zomahoun( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The extraction of images semantic is a process that requires deep analysis of the image content. It refers to their interpretation from a human point of view. In this lastest case, the image semantic may be generic (e.g., a vehicle) or specific (e.g., a bicycle). It consists in extracting single or multiple images semantic in order to facilitate its retrieval. These objectives clearly show that the extraction of semantic is not a new research field. This thesis deals with the semantic collaborative annotation of images and their retrieval. Firstly, it discusses how annotators could describe and represent images content based on visual information, and secondly how images retrieval could be greatly improved thank to latest techniques, such as clustering and recommendation. To achieve these purposes, the use of implicit image content description tools, interactions of annotators that describe the semantics of images and those of users that use generated semantics to retrieve the images, would be essential. In this thesis, we focus our research on the use of Semantic Web tools, in particular ontologies to produce structured descriptions of images. Ontology is used to represent image objects and the relationships between these objects. In other words, it allows to formally represent the different types of objects and their relationships. Ontology encodes the relational structure of concepts that can be used to describe and reason. This makes them eminently adapted to many problems such as semantic description of images that requires prior knowledge as well as descriptive and normative capacity. The contribution of this thesis is focused on three main points : semantic representation, collaborative semantic annotation and semantic retrieval of images.Semantic representation allows to offer a tool for the capturing semantics of images. To capture the semantics of images, we propose an application ontology derived from a generic ontology. Collaborative semantic annotation that we define, provides emergent semantics through the fusion of semantics proposed by the annotators.Semantic retrieval allows to look for images with semantics provided by collaborative semantic annotation. It is based on clustering and recommendation. Clustering is used to group similar images corresponding to the user's query and recommendation aims to propose semantics to users based on their profiles. It consists of three steps : creation of users community, acquiring of user profiles and classification of user profiles with Galois algebra. Experiments were conducted to validate the approaches proposed in this work
 
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