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Alpha-particle decay through a deformed barrier

Abstract : The territorial dialogue reveals to be, indeed, a process of stake in common of objectives which the group in charge of the territorial organization should share or in any cases which he should make his. Whereas a joint territorial policy can be the actual result of this reflection and opens the actors in a territorial coordination. This coordination is a process rationalizing of vision of the world which applies to the territory. This process collects the actors and transforms them into a collective actor: the practice of the territorial watch participates of this territorial policy joint and introduced in upstream. The territorial dialogue is so preliminary, possibly , in a joint territorial policy. It has for goal to come to an agreement on a territorial vision, and on an explicit gratitude(recognition) of the legitimacy of the actors having power to act on this vision. The recognition and so, the nearness, obtains by a link of the vision which hold the actors.
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T.L. Stewart, M.W. Kermode, D.J. Beachey, N. Rowley, I.S. Grant, et al.. Alpha-particle decay through a deformed barrier. Nuclear Physics A, Elsevier, 1996, 611, pp.332-354. ⟨in2p3-00005618⟩

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