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Data for: A Literature Review on Methods for the Extraction of Usage Statements of Software and Data

Frank Krüger & David Schindler
Software and data have become major components of modern research, which is also reflected by an increased number of software usages. Knowledge about used software and data would provide researchers a better understanding of the results of a scientific investigation and thus foster it's reproducibility. Software and data are, however, often not formally cited but their usage is mentioned in the main text. In order to assess the state of the art in extraction of...

On the Perceptually Acceptable Noise Level in Binaural Room Impulse Responses - Accompanying Dataset

Wiebke Hahne, Vera Erbes & Sascha Spors
The practical measurement of binaural room impulse responses (BRIRs) is impaired by equipment and background noise. The noise level in the BRIR depends amongst others on the duration of the excitation signal. With the increasing use of fast measurement techniques, e.g. for the measurement of individual BRIRs, the question arises which level of noise is perceptually acceptable. This paper presents a perceptual study on the threshold of detecting noise in BRIRs. As reference, a set...

Data for: Establishment of a Numerical Model to Design an Electro-Stimulating System for a Porcine Mandibular Critical Size Defect

Hendrikje Raben, Ursula van Rienen, Peer W. Kämmerer & Rainer Bader
This data set provides the necessary computer-aided design project files (Materialise 3-matic) and 3D geometries to create the finite element model of an electrically stimulated minipig mandible that are described in the paper "Establishment of a Numerical Model to Design an Electro-Stimulating System for a Porcine Mandibular Critical Size Defect" (to be) published in the special Issue "Biomaterials for Bone Tissue Engineering" of the MDPI journal Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). Further, the finite element simulation...

Terrestrial, Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Service Matrix

Felix Müller, Sabine Bicking, Johanna Schumacher, Miguel Inácio & Gerald Schernewski
This research item is a revised and enlarged version of a qualitative assessment matrix for the appraisal of ecosystem service potentials. The product is a simple tool for scoring landscape and seascape types with respect to their abilities to provide provisioning, regulating and cultural ecosystem services as well as indicators of ecosystem state by applying criteria of ecosystem integrity.

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