Open Access

L'université Paris Nanterre s'engage en faveur de l'Open Access

Par Open Access, on entend le libre accès aux résultats de la recherche, diffusés sous forme électronique et en ligne gratuitement. Ce mouvement existe au niveau mondial depuis la fin des années 90 et s'est concrétisé par des appels adressés à la communauté des chercheurs en faveur du partage des connaissances (Budapest, 2002 ; Berlin, 2003).

L'université Paris Nanterre favorise l'Open Access par le biais d'un portail HAL (Hyper Articles en Ligne), principale archive ouverte en France maintenue par le CNRS, qui rassemblent les publications des chercheurs affiliés à l'établissement. 

D'autres initiatives de Paris Nanterre contribuent au développement du Libre Accès, comme la participation des Presses Universitaires au projet OpenEdition Books, la diffusion de plusieurs revues en Open Access sur Revues.org, l'ouverture de carnets de recherche sur la plateforme Hypothèses par des chercheurs ou encore le projet Open Data de l'université.

Retrouvez sur ce site l'ensemble des informations disponibles sur l'open access à l'Université Paris Nanterre: renseignements pratiques, événements, tutoriels, ressources en ligne etc.

Les derniers dépôts de nos chercheurs !

  • [tel-01835680] Gestion de l’hétérogénéité d’un SI de classification documentaire multifacette et positionnement dans l’environnement des ECM.
    20 septembre 2018
    L’organisation des connaissances est une discipline investie par des bibliothécaires, documentalistes, archivistes spécialistes de l’information, informaticiens et tous professionnels de documents. Elle englobe toutes activités, études et recherches qui élaborent et traitent les processus d’organisation et de présentation des ressources documentaires utiles dans une organisation. Dans ce contexte, le projet ANR Miipa-Doc a pour objectifs d’explorer des nouvelles méthodes d’indexation ascendantes, en utilisant des termes descripteurs formulés par les individus plutôt que choisis parmi une liste préétablie, pour l’organisation des contenus documentaires complexes au sein des entreprises de large taille, et concevoir l’architecture logicielle correspondante.Dans ce projet notre contribution consiste à gérer l’hétérogénéité d’un système d’information d’organisation des contenus documentaires, basé sur une approche orientée métier et un SOC (système d’organisation des connaissances) folksonomique à facette. Nous proposons dans cette gestion une approche incrémentale dirigée par les modèles, issue de l’IDM (ingénierie dirigée par les modèles), basée sur des méta-modèles pour garantir l’aspect d’évolutivité. Après l’implémentation du prototype HyperTaging qui met en place ces deux approches, nous proposons un processus d’évaluation permet de positionner ce prototype et tous SI de classification documentaire dans l’environnement des ECM, en se basant sur des critères d’évaluation fins et particuliers.
  • [halshs-01871781] From Tent to Makeshift Housing
    24 septembre 2018
    Strict regulations have been imposed in the Syrian refugee camps in order to avoid any form of permanent settlement. Despite these constraints, a city has emerged out of the dynamism of its inhabitants. As soon as the camp opened, an informal economy developed throughout the different neighbourhoods of the camp. From the main entry gate, a shopping street has been developed, with many shops of all kinds: mobile phone shops, clothing and wedding dress stores, groceries, bakeries, small restaurants, hairdressers and so on. Street vendors stroll around the camp selling all kinds of products or sandwiches. Close to many facilities established by NGOs, this shopping street is frequented by a large number of refugees. It has become a central living space symbolizing their economic dynamism. This contribution analyse the evolution of a housing unit in the camp.
  • [hal-01198568] Suitable Habitats for Endangered Frugivorous Mammals: Small-Scale Comparison, Regeneration Forest and Chimpanzee Density in Kibale National Park, Uganda
    20 septembre 2018
    Landscape patterns and chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) densities in Kibale National Park show important variation among communities that are geographically close to one another (from 1.5 to 5.1 chimpanzees/km2). Anthropogenic activities inside the park (past logging activities, current encroachment) and outside its limits (food and cash crops) may impact the amount and distribution of food resources for chimpanzees (frugivorous species) and their spatial distribution within the park. Spatial and temporal patterns of fruit availability were recorded over 18 months at Sebitoli (a site of intermediate chimpanzee density and higher anthropic pressure) with the aim of understanding the factors explaining chimpanzee density there, in comparison to results from two other sites, also in Kibale: Kanyawara (low chimpanzee density) and Ngogo (high density, and furthest from Sebitoli). Because of the post-logging regenerating status of the forest in Sebitoli and Kanyawara, smaller basal area (BA) of fruiting trees most widely consumed by the chimpanzees in Kanyawara and Sebitoli was expected compared to Ngogo (not logged commercially). Due to the distance between sites, spatial and temporal fruit abundance in Sebitoli was expected to be more similar to Kanyawara than to Ngogo. While species functional classes consumed by Sebitoli chimpanzees (foods eaten during periods of high or low fruit abundance) differ from the two other sites, Sebitoli is very similar to Kanyawara in terms of land-cover and consumed species. Among feeding trees, Ficus species are particularly important resources for chimpanzees at Sebitoli, where their basal area is higher than at Kanywara or Ngogo. Ficus species provided a relatively consistent supply of food for chimpanzees throughout the year, and we suggest that this could help to explain the unusually high density of chimpanzees in such a disturbed site.
  • [halshs-01871034] It is important to note that" partially productive patterns may count as constructions
    20 septembre 2018
    Determining what counts as a construction is a major bone of contention between redundant and non-redundant construction grammar taxinomies. Non-redundant taxonomic construction-grammar models posit that only maximally productive patterns qualify as constructions because they license an infinity of expressions. Redundant models claim that, despite subregularities and exceptions, partially productive patterns also count as constructions. I demonstrate that even patterns that are not fully productive at the most schematic level often have subregularities that are. I assess the productivity of a multiple-slot construction in the British National Corpus (XML edition): it BE ADJ to V INF that. The assessment involves hapax-based productivity measures, vocabulary growth curves, and LNRE models. I show that although the productivity of it BE A to V INF that is limited at its most schematic level, some partially filled subschemas such as it BE hard/important/easy/difficult/possible /necessary/reasonable/impossible to V that and it BE ADJ to think/say/suggest/know/assume /realize/see that are arguably productive.
  • [hal-01869824] The Effects of Repeated Sprints on the Kinematics of 3-Point Shooting in Basketball
    7 septembre 2018
    Fatigue modifies the kinematics of various sports-related movements. Basketball induces fatigue, however, the effects of fatigue on the kinematics of shooting have never been studied. This study analysed the effects of fatigue induced by repeated sprints on the kinematics of 3-point shooting (3PS) in young, elite basketball players (U18 level). 3D joint angles were calculated at the maximum and minimum heights of the centre of mass during 3PS, using inertial measurement units (Biomech system, Xsens Technologies BV, Enschede, The Netherlands). Height, velocity and the angle of the ball at the time of release were extrapolated from the wrist joint angles. All players performed four 3PS actions in dynamic conditions before and after a fatigue protocol at 70% of their maximal exercise capacity. The fatigue protocol consisted of a shuttle test with repeated 20-m sprints interspersed with sets of 5 jumps. There was no change in the kinematics of 3PS (p > 0.05), or the ball release variables (p > 0.05) following the fatigue protocol. This suggests that elite basketball players are able to cope with physical fatigue while performing coordinated movements such as 3PS.

Mis à jour le 08 décembre 2017