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E-Books und E-Reader in Bibliotheken

Rudolf Mumenthaler
Beiträge von Rudolf Mumenthaler zu den Themen E-Books, E-Reader und Tablets in Bibliotheken, die in Sammelbänden, Fachzeitschriften und in Blogs veröffentlicht worden sind (mehrheitlich auf Deutsch). Rudolf Mumenthaler's articles and blogposts on the topics e-books, e-readers and tablets in libraries that have appeared in proceedings, journals and in blogs (partly in English).

Challenges In Physical Science: Solar House (Teacher'S Guide)

Harold P. Coyle, John L. Hines, Kerry J. Rasmussen & Philip M. Sadler
Teacher's Guide: A Supplemental Curriculum for Middle School Physical Science. From Project DESIGNS: Doable Engineering Science Investigations Geared for Non-science Students.

Sensitivity To Nonaccidental Configurations Of Twoline Stimuli

Charlotte Sleurs, Jonas Kubilius, Hans P. Op de Beeck & Johan Wagemans
According to recognition-by-components theory, object recognition relies on a specific subset of three-dimensional shapes called geons. In particular, these configurations are a powerful cue to a three dimensional object reconstruction because their two dimensional projection remains viewpoint-invariant. While a large body of literature has demonstrated sensitivity to changes in these so-called non-accidental configurations, it remains unclear what information is used in establishing such sensitivity. In this study, we explored a possibility that non-accidental configurations can...

Mindmap: Acceptance Of Altmetrics

Daniel Beucke & Ulrich Herb
This figure depicts the results of a breakout goup's discussion at the OAI8 conference in Geneva. It focuses on measures that are considered appropriate to improve the acceptance of Altmetrics or alternative impact metrics.

Offenheit Und Wissenschaftliche Werke: Open Access, Open Review, Open Metrics, Open Science & Open Knowledge

Ulrich Herb
This article analyses the concepts of openness in several contexts as Open Access, Open Access to Research Data, Open Science, Open Review & Open Metrics. Im Beitrag werden verschiedene Konzepte von "Offenheit" - wie Open Access, Open Access to Research Data, Open Science, Open Review und Open Metrics - analysiert.

Dini-Zertifikat Fuer Open-Access-Repositorien Und -Publikationsdienste 2013

Daniel Beucke, Sammy David, Thomas Hartmann, Isabella Meinecke, Katja Mruck, Marianna Mühlhölzer, Uwe Müller, Heinz Pampel, Frank Scholze, Friedrich Summann, Paul Vierkant, Michaela Voigt & Dennis Zielke
Das Publikationswesen ist ein wesentlicher Stützpfeiler des wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisfort-schritts und der Wissenschaft insgesamt. Zu seinen Kennzeichen gehören (a) die Organisation einer effektiven Kommunikation zwischen Wissenschaftler/-innen (zwischen Autor/-innen und allen potenziellen Rezipient/-innen, d. h. die Sicherstellung einer adäquaten Verbreitung), (b) ein hohes Maß an Vertrauenswürdigkeit, das den Nutzer/-innen des Publikationswesens (d. h. den Wissenschaftler/-innen) vermittelt wird (z. B. in Bezug auf das Prioritätsrecht, die Wahrung des Urheberrechts sowie die Authentizität und die inhaltliche Qualität wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten),...

Data For: A Benchmark Engineering Methodology To Measure The Overhead Of Application-Level Monitoring

Jan Waller & Wilhelm Hasselbring
Application-level monitoring frameworks, such as Kieker, provide insight into the inner workings and the dynamic behavior of software systems. However, depending on the number of monitoring probes used, these frameworks may introduce significant runtime overhead. Consequently, planning the instrumentation of continuously operating software systems requires detailed knowledge of the performance impact of each monitoring probe. In this paper, we present our benchmark engineering approach to quantify the monitoring overhead caused by each probe under controlled...

Towards A Generic Model For Figure-Ground Segmentation

Jonas Kubilius, Johan Wagemans & Hans P. Op de Beeck
While multiple studies investigate the properties of the earliest and final stages of visual information processing, the underlying transformations leading from simple edge detection to object recognition remain seemingly intractable. To tackle this problem, we take a step back and ask what mechanisms could lead to a successful figure-ground segmentation of a given image. We propose the following conceptual framework: (i) alternating steps of feature detection and feature pooling (grouping) in a hierarchical manner; (ii)...

Southeastern Australian Rescued Observational Climate Network, 1788–1859

Linden Ashcroft, Joelle Gergis & David Karoly
Historical meteorological observations for southeastern Australia, covering 1788–1859. The dataset contains digitised versions of 38 sources of historical temperature, rainfall and pressure information for the southeastern Australian region. It also contains monthly and seasonal anomalies of southern and eastern SEA climate variability for 1788 to 1859. This dataset was developed as part of the South Eastern Australian Recent Climate History project (SEARCH, www.climatehistory.com.au).

Really A Nontraded Commodity? A Look At The International Potato Trade Network (Dataset And R Code)

Ulrich Kleinwechter & Victor Suarez
This archive contains code and data for a social network analysis of international potato trade that was published at https://perspectivesandforesight.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/really-a-nontraded-commodity-a-look-at-the-international-potato-trade-network/ on 08 November, 2012. It can serve as a reference for understanding the analysis, and as a basis for replication of the results as well as for carrying out more detailed analyses of international potato trade. The following information and data is included: - The R code used for the social network analysis of international...

On The Topology Characterization Of Guifi.Net

Llorenç Cerdà-Alabern
In this paper it is analyzed the topology of Guifi.net Wireless Community Network (WCN). WCN have emerged in recent years organized and deployed by the cooperation of its own customers. WCN keep parallelisms with the construction of the Internet, and seems logical to look for common characteristics among them. More specifically, it is investigated whether there are topology patterns of Guifi.net, and to what extend they share the power-law properties that have been found to...

Into The Blue: Euro-Basin Objectives On North Atlantic Ecosystems

Michael St John & Ivo Grigorov
Professor Michael St John discusses the EURO-BASIN project, which aims to bring North Atlantic environmental institutes together, elucidate the inner workings of the Ocean’s ecosystems and reveal how these are affected by climate change and increased human intervention.

Cmb Polarization With Bicep1, Bicep2, Keck Array, Bicep3

Colin Bischoff
Three minute "haiku" presentation of CMB polarization measurements from the South Pole.

Blogforever D2.6: Data Extraction Methodology

K. Stepanyan, G. Gkotsis, E. Pincent, V. Banos & R. Davis
This report outlines an inquiry into the area of web data extraction, conducted within the context of blog preservation. The report reviews theoretical advances and practical developments for implementing data extraction. The inquiry is extended through an experiment that demonstrates the effectiveness and feasibility of implementing some of the suggested approaches. More specifically, the report discusses an approach based on unsupervised machine learning that employs the RSS feeds and HTML representations of blogs. It outlines...

Thousands Of Exon Skipping Events Differentiate Among Splicing Patterns In Sixteen Human Tissues

Liliana Florea, Li Song & Steven L Salzberg
Software and associated data from the paper, including: ASprofile software (ASprofile.tar.gz); Exon skipping events with annotations (BodyMap.exon_skipping.tbl); Concatenated GTF transcript file for the 16 tissues (BodyMap.ens61.0.0.gtf.gz); (All) Events extracted from pairwise transcript comparisons (BodyMap.ens61.0.0.as.gz); Expression (FPKM) values for exon skipping events in the 16 tissues (BodyMap.fpkms.tar.gz); and Supporting summary data (Excel) for the alternative splicing analyses (BodyMap.xls).

Information About Twitter Account Of Spanish Journalists And Mass Media

Víctor Herrero-Solana & Trillo-Domínguez
Excel file with a list of 116 spanish journalists Twitter accounts. All of them are director of mass media (newspaper, radio, TV, et.al). We include: director name, media name, account name, numbers of tweets, number of followings, number of followers, ratio, et.al. This data is both for directors and media accounts. Extracted from Twitter on June 2013.

Interactive Hiv-Host Genome-To-Genome Map

Istvan Bartha
Schematic representation of the HLA class I genes and of the SNPs associated with HIV-1 amino acid variants in the region. The association between human SNP's and viral amino acid variations are projected on the HIV-1 proteome.

News About Andalusian Universities In Google News

Víctor Herrero-Solana, Luis Arboledas & Elisa Legerén-Alvarez
In this dataset we show the total account of news for each university of Andalusia in Google News from 2011.

The Nordugrid-Arc Information System Technical Description And Usage Manual

Farid Ould-Saada
A scalable, production quality dynamic distributed information system for ARC

Apel Publisher Reference Card

John Gordon
APEL (Accounting Processor for Event Logs) gathers CPU accounting information by parsing batch system and blah accounting log files and inserting the data into a local MySQL database. APEL then publishes the data into a centralized repository

Evaluation Of Standard Monitoring Tools(Including Log Analysis) For Control Systems At Cern

Vlad Vintila & Fernando Varela Rodriguez
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The goal of this Openlab Summer Student project was to assess the implications and the benefits of integrating two standard IT tools, namely Icinga and Splunkstorm with the existing production setup for monitoring and management of control systems at CERN.
Icinga – an open source monitoring software based on Nagios would need to be integrated with an in-house developed WinCC OA application called MOON, that is currently used for monitoring and managing all...

Prepare For Citizen Science Challenges At Cern

Jiannan Zhang, Ben Segal, Francois Grey, Peter Skands & Margaret Gold
To inspire more people to contribute to science, and educate the public about science, two Citizen Science "challenges" were prepared during summer 2013: the CERN Summer Webfest 2013 and the Virtual LHC Challenge. The first part of this report summarizes how to organize a Webfest at CERN and the outcome of the CERN Summer Webfest 2013.The second part gives an introduction to the current state of the Virtual LHC Challenge: a development of the...

Development Of Favorite Collections & Visualizing User Search Queries In Cern Document Server (Cds)

Archit Sharma & Nikolaos Kasioumis
Invenio is an open source web-based application that implements a digital library or document server, and it's used at CERN as the base of the CERN Document Server Institutional Repository and the Inspire High Energy Physics Subject Repository.
The purpose of this project was to add a new feature to CDS, through which users could manage their own favorite collections on top of existing ones. My work involved adding new features to the WebSearch module,...

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