Research Publications (Campus Saint-Jean)
Items in this Collection
- 4Wilson, Sheena
- 2Tarif, J.
- 2Villeneuve, Anne-Jose
- 1 Safouhi, Hassan
- 1 Slevinsky, Richard M.
- 1Anselmi, William
- 2Language variation
- 1Comparative literature
- 1English language--sex differences
- 1Extrapolation methods
Computation of tail probability distributions via extrapolation methods and connection with rational and Padé approximants.Download
Abstract. We use the recently developed algorithm for the G(1) n transformation to approximate tail probabilities of the normal distribution, the gamma distribution, the student’s t-distribution, the inverse Gaussian distribution, and Fisher’s F distribution. Using this algorithm, which can be...
MIDI ONODERA IS A WELL-RECOGNIZED Canadian filmmaker with more than thirty years of filmmaking experience. She has had screenings internationally at such prestigious venues as the Andy Warhol Museum, the International Festival of Documentary and Short Films, Bilbao, Spain, the Rotterdam...
This article adopts a contrastive approach and focuses on sexist practices in language – in French and in English – affecting women. It investigates the extent to which these practices are embedded in both languages, along with the recommendations the communities speaking those languages make to...
Christopher Nolan’s Inception is first and foremost a film that unveils for the viewer the process of creating cinema as art. Insofar as technological developments have accentuated the phantasmagorical in cinema, as illustrated by the use of digital manipulation in Avatar, Inception, by contrast,...
“Let’s Shake up the Social Sciences,” writes Yale professor Nicholas A. Christakis in the Gray Matter column for The New York Times, in July 2013. Christakis is calling for greater interdisciplinarity in social sciences research, in order to respond to the challenges of the 21st century. He...
Villeneuve, A.-J., Siegel, J. F., & Valdman, A. (2013). Morphophonological Variation in Haitian Creole: the Case of 3SG. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 19(2), Article 22.Download
ABSTRACT: Among French-based creole languages, Haitian Creole is the one with the highest degree of standardization. The written norm, Standard Haitian Creole (SHC), is based on the speech of monolinguals of the capital area, Port-au-Prince, rather than on the variety (kreyòl swa) of the...