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Der freie Fall auf der Erdoberfläche mit Berücksichtigung der Rotation und mit numerischem Beispiel

Harald Schröer
Der freie Fall auf der rotierenden Erde wird berechnet. Dazu wird ein Differentialgleichungssystem gelöst und numerisch ausgewertet.

The Navigation Of Mobile Robots In Non-Stationary And Nonstructured Environments

Florentin Smarandache, GABRIELA TONT, VICTOR VLADAREANU & LUIGE VLADAREANU
Walking robots, unlike other types of robots such as those with wheels or tracks, use similar devices for moving on the field like human or animal feet. A desirable characteristic a mobile robot is the skills needed to recognise the landmarks and objects that surround it, and to be able to localise itself relative to its workspace.

Data from dance activties using RAZOR 9DOF IMU

Miguel Perez-Xochicale
Triaxial magnetometer data from the RAZOR 9DOF IMU of three salsa patterns for expert, intermediate and novice dancer. Files are organized as follow Pattern #: *.dat files, *.png files and R script where # is 0,2,5.

Fast Phase Sequences Spreading Codes For Cdma Using Fft

E. Del Re, R. Fantacci & L.S. Ronga
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Rhodes, Greece, 1998

object_alignment: Release Preview 2

Patmo141 & Aaron Curtis
Basic functions implemented License and references in code More polish before production ready

Human Skin Color Detection In Rgb Space With Bayesian Estimation Of Beta Mixture Models

Arne Leijon & Zhanyu Ma
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Aalborg, Denmark, 2010

Improving Speech Emotion Recognition Using Adaptive Genetic Algorithms

Mohammad Hossein Sedaaghi, Dimitrios Ververidis & Constantine Kotropoulos
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Poznan, Poland, 2007

10 Simple Rules For Design, Provision, And Reuse Of Persistent Identifiers For Life Science Data

Julie McMurry, Niklas Blomberg, Tony Burdett, Nathalie Conte, Michel Dumontier, Donal K Fellows, Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, Philipp Gormanns, Janna Hastings, Melissa A Haendel, Henning Hermjakob, Jean-Karim Hériché, Jon C Ison, Rafael C Jimenez, Simon Jupp, Nick Juty, Camille Laibe, Nicolas Le Novère, James Malone, Maria J Martin, Johanna R McEntyre, Chris Morris, Juha Muilu, Wolfgang Müller, Christopher J Mungall … & Helen Parkinson
In the life sciences, problems with identifiers impede the flow and integrity of information. This is especially challenging within “synthesis research” disciplines such as systems biology, translational medicine, and ecology. Implementation-driven initiatives such as ELIXIR, BD2K, and others have therefore been actively working to understand and address underlying problems with identifiers. Good, global-scale, persistent identifier design is harder than it appears, and is essential for data to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (Data FAIRport...

matlab.land-use-ga: Matlab GA for evolving optimal land use portfolios

Andrew Bell
A set of routines that use a genetic algorithm to evolve a best land-use portfolio, in response to expected water availability. While many platforms have genetic algorithm (GA) toolkits available (MATLAB for example), many specialized applications of GA require careful interpretation of fitness functions as well as mutation and crossover. This algorithm is one such particular application where the unit to be optimized is a portfolio of land uses, each with a particular crop rotation...

matlab.irrigation-system: Matlab irrigation system module

Andrew Bell
A set of objects and routines to describe an irrigation system as a set of nodes, links, and farms; and solve water flow and withdrawal through the system. Water flow is solved by specifying water demand at nodes and withdrawing it, with residual water allocated proportionally to all other outflow links based on their specified design flow. Thus, this simple model does not rely on physical solution (i.e., the St. Venant equations) to calculate flow...

Matlab water market ABM module

Andrew Bell
This package solves a market for a 'lumpy' commodity such as water. In agricultural systems, the marginal value of additional water supply may vary unevenly. For instance, a farm with more than enough water to grow wheat but not enough water to grow sugarcane might have a low marginal value for a small additional amount of water (since they can not use it to their advantage) but a high marginal value for a larger amount...

Assessing Allelic Configuration Models In Fixed Ploidy Variant Calling Using R

Jasmin Zohre, Igor Kardailsky, Kare Lehmann Nielsen, Anika Joecker & Richard Buggs
Genotyping of SNP loci polyploids has always been challenging, but may become easier using high-coverage sequencing. The production of such data in turn requires the development of new methods and software that can be used to analyse it in user friendly software such as the CLC Genomics Workbench. The Fixed Ploidy Variant Detection tool of the CLC Genomics Workbench already takes higher ploidy levels into account, but an explicit evaluation of the locus configuration is...

RNA-Seq read counts from monocyte- and ips-derived macrophages

Kaur Alasoo
This file contains raw RNA-Seq read counts from monocyte-derived macrophages (MDMs) and induced pluripotent stem cell-derived macrophages (IPSDMs) before and after 6 hours stimulation after LPS. The file was created using featureCounts. The first two columns are: gene_id: Ensembl 74 gene id. length: Length of the gene in bp. The MDM samples are: B1_ctrl B1_LPS B4_ctrl B4_LPS B5_ctrl B5_LPS B2_ctrl B2_LPS B3_ctrl B3_LPS The IPSDM samples are: CRL1_ctrl CRL1_LPS S7RE_ctrl S7RE_LPS FSPS10C_ctrl FSPS10C_LPS FSPS11B_ctrl FSPS11B_LPS

Maximum Likelihood Estimation Of A Reverberation Model For Robust Distant-Talking Speech Recognition

Armin Sehr, Yuanhang Zheng, Elmar Nöth & W. Kellermann
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Poznan, Poland, 2007

On Hierarchical Clustering For Speech Phonetic Segmentation

Xavier Binefa & Ciro gracia Pons
Publication in the conference proceedings of EUSIPCO, Barcelona, Spain, 2011

Open Science in der Soziologie: Eine interdisziplinäre Bestandsaufnahme zur offenen Wissenschaft und eine Untersuchung ihrer Verbreitung in der Soziologie

Ulrich Herb
English Abstract Open Science aims to provide open access to all items produced within the research process, primarily to text publications, research data and research software. Moreover, Open Science should also bring transparency in moderating processes (such as the assessment and the review of text publications or data) and the production and utilizations of para-informations (as impact metrics). Open Science proponents describe it as a efficient, innovation-friendly and transparent science because open information can be...

DuMuX 2.8.0

Nicolas Schwenck, Martin Beck, Beatrix Becker, Holger Class, Thomas Fetzer, Bernd Flemisch, Christoph Grüninger, Johannes Hommel, Vishal Jambhekar, Alexander Kissinger, Timo Koch, Martin Schneider, Natalie Schröder, Gabriele Seitz & Kilian Weishaupt
Release 2.8.0 of DuMux, DUNE for Multi-{Phase, Component, Scale, Physics, ...} flow and transport in porous media. DuMux is a free and open-source simulator for flow and transport processes in porous media. It is based on the Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment DUNE.

DuMuX 2.7.0

Beatrix Becker, Martin Beck, Thomas Fetzer, Bernd Flemisch, Christoph Grüninger, Johannes Hommel, Vishal Jambhekar, Alexander Kissinger, Timo Koch, Martin Schneider, Natalie Schröder & Nicolas Schwenck
Release 2.7.0 of DuMux, DUNE for Multi-{Phase, Component, Scale, Physics, ...} flow and transport in porous media. DuMux is a free and open-source simulator for flow and transport processes in porous media. It is based on the Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment DUNE.

The luminous flux through a ball with absorption

Harald Schröer
The luminous flux and the illumination through a ball in a medium are calculated.

Der Lichtstrom durch eine Kugel mit Absorption

Harald Schröer
Der Lichtstrom durch eine Kugel in einem Medium wird bestimmt. Anhand von Beispielen wird die genaue Formel mit einer Näherung verglichen.

WiggleZ Dark Energy Survey Baryon Acoustic Oscillation Random Catalogues

Chris Blake, Eyal Kazin, Florian Buetler, Tamara M. Davis, David Parkinson, Sarah Brough, Matthew Colless, Warrick Couch, Scott Croom, Darren Croton, Michael J. Drinkwater, Karl Forster, David Gilbank, Michael Gladders, Karl Glazebrook, Ben Jelliffe, Russell J. Jurek, I-hui Li, Barry Madore, D. Christopher Martin, Kevin J. Pimbblet, Gregory B. Poole, Michael Pracy, Rob Sharp, Emily Wisnioski … & H. K. C Yee
Data products associated with the WiggleZ Dark Energy survey measurement of the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO), as described in Blake et al. arXiv:1108.2635 (2011, MNRAS, 418, 1707) Data is given for 6 WiggleZ regions (01, 03, 09, 11, 15, 22 hrs) in 3 different overlapping redshift slices (z=0.2-0.6, 0.4-0.8, 0.6-1.0), matching the datasets analyzed in the final WiggleZ baryon acoustic peak paper Blake et al. (2011, MNRAS, 418, 1707). For each sub-region the following files...

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