1,331 Works

Automatic Detection of Checkerboards on Blurred and Distorted Images

Davide Scaramuzza, Roland Yves Siegwart & Martin Rufli

Performance Evaluation of a Vertical Line Descriptor for Omnidirectional Images

Cédric Pradalier, Davide Scaramuzza & Roland Yves Siegwart

<> New Method and Toolbox for Easily Calibrating Omnidirectional Cameras

Roland Yves Siegwart & Davide Scaramuzza


Environmental experience effects in life cycle assessment

Maria L. Caduff

Niche market strategies for the electrification of road transportation

Stephan Georg Walter

Technology start-ups in the context of entrepreneurship, universities and investors

Alexander Josef Schicker

Novel functions of the Nrf3 transcription factor in keratinocytes

Claudia Defila Flükiger

Integrating electronics on flexible plastic strips into woven textiles

Christoph Zysset

On the global supply of basic research

Hans Gersbach & Maik T. Schneider
In this paper we study the incentives for basic-research investments by governments in a globalized world. For this purpose, we develop a two-country Schumpeterian growth model in which each country chooses its basic-research investments. We find that a country’s basic-research investments increase with the country’s level of human capital and decline with its ownmarket size. This may explain the large basic-research investments by small open economies. Compared with the optimal investments achievable when countries coordinate...

Searching for the Social in the Brain: The Emergence of Social Neuroscience

Svenja Matusall

Transdisciplinary development of agroforestry systems

Firesenai Sereke

Bayes Risk for Large Scale Hierarchical Top-K Image Classification

Mattis Paulin

On-machine wire electrical discharge dressing of metal bonded grinding wheels

Eduardo Weingärtner

Ethnic minority parties in political competition

Edina Szöcsik

Discovery of the missing sequence-controlled relay calculator Zuse M9

Herbert Bruderer
In 2010 Germany and Switzerland celebrated the 100th birthday of the great computer pioneer Konrad Zuse, inventor of world’s first program-controlled binary relay calculator using floating-point arithmetic (Zuse Z3, 1941). In this connection we discovered a sequence-controlled relay calcula-tor, a calculating punch called M9, which has been missing for almost fifty years. This historical machine had been forgotten and was completely unknown even to historians of computing. How-ever, it is mentioned in Zuse’s memoir, but...

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