3e colloque Histoire de l informatique

13-15 octobre 1993, Sophia-Antipolis, France Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (France) ... 1.6 - Croissance de la demande des utilisateurs 1 Devant les imperfections du SI , les utilisateurs formulent de ...

3e colloque Histoire de l informatique


Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on National Resources and Public Works

... 700,000 barils par jour cent per year , which in any business is a pretty success- environ , ce qui traduit un taux de croissance de 15 p . ... entreront dans le courant économique , le Canada aura alors une réserve inestimable .

Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on National Resources and Public Works


Heritage Sites of Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the Context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention

This is the first Thematic Study in any field of science heritage. It is elaborated using examples of properties from around the world, including some already on the World Heritage List or national Tentative Lists.

Heritage Sites of Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the Context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention

This Thematic Study is a joint venture between ICOMOS, the advisory body to UNESCO on cultural sites, and the International Astronomical Union. It presents an overall vision on astronomical heritage, attempts to identify what constitutes "outstanding universal significance to humankind" in relation to astronomy, and identifies broad issues that could arise in the assessment of cultural properties relating to astronomy. This is the first Thematic Study in any field of science heritage. It is elaborated using examples of properties from around the world, including some already on the World Heritage List or national Tentative Lists. The subject matter ranges from early prehistory to modern astrophysics and space heritage, and also prominently includes dark sky issues and modern observatory sites. An e-version of the Thematic Study was published in June 2010 in time to be presented to the 2010 meeting of UNESCO's World Heritage Committee, where it was duly approved. It has been circulated officially by the WHC to all of UNESCO's National Commissions. This full-colour paperback edition with some updates, and reformatted to new ICOMOS standards, was published in 2011 and is now offered for public sale.