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Global Lake and River Ice Phenology Database

B. Benson

Human Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating Factor (hG-CSF) Expression in Plastids of Lactuca sativa

Mehdi Sharifi Tabar, Ali Akbar Habashi & Hamid Rajabi Memari
Iranian Biomedical Journal (IBJ); ISSN 1028-852X

<> works of Edward Rose: a bibliography

Andrew P. Carlin

Deutsche Version des Life-Orientation-Test-Revised

H. Glaesmer, J. Hoyer & Y. Herzberg P.

I wouldn't have stopped working if I had known our couple turned that way. A Biographical Account of Labour Force Participation and Conjugal Love

Eric D. Widmer, Jean-Marie Le Goff, Manuela Schicka, René Levy & Michèle Ernst Stähli

Evaluierung einer Kennzahl zur Messung der technischen Energieeffizienz im Unterglasanbau

Manuel Hertel
DGG-Proceedings (German Society of Horticultural Sciences (DGG)), Vol.3, Iss. 7, pages 1-5

The effect of dietary vitamin E and selenium supplements on the fatty acid profile and quality traits of eggs

Zenon Zduńczyk, Aleksandra Drażbo, Jan Jankowski, Jerzy Juśkiewicz, Zofia Antoszkiewicz & Agnieszka Troszyńska
Archiv Tierzucht 56 (2013) 72, 719-732; ISSN 0003-9438

Central Asia Temperature and Precipitation Data, 1879-2003

M. W. Williams

A Top-Down Approach for a Generic Programming Abstraction in Real Space-Time

Martin Däumler, Dirk Müller & Matthias Werner
Today’s widely used programming approach for mobile distributed systems, e.g., swarms, is bottom-up. I.e., the programmer has to be aware of the system’s distribution. Such a kind of programming corrupts the principle Separation of Concerns and turns out to be complicated. This article proposes a top-down approach for the programming of mobile distributed systems. It should be incorporated in a new operating system to be developed by our research group. Classical distributed systems often are...

R.G. Collingwood: from anthropology to metaphysics

James Connelly

Marburger Kompetenz Skala

S. Gauggel

Determinants of Adopting GLOBALG.A.P. Certification in Thailand

Rattiya S. Lippe
DGG-Proceedings (German Society of Horticultural Sciences (DGG)), Vol.3, Iss. 9, pages 1-5

Overview across various fields of speech acts and politeness

Carmen M Garcia & European University Viadrina

Database Macrosismico Italiano (DBMI11)

Mario Locati, Romano Daniele Camassi & Massimiliano Stucchi
DBMI11 is the third public version of the Italian Macroseismic Database, which collects the observations that emerged in publications during the period 2006-2010. This version does not contain the results of some methodological developments carried out within the framework of the EC "SHARE" project (Seismic Hazard Harmonization in Europe); furthermore, it still does not use a considerable amount of new information made available by: Molin et al. (2008); Camassi et al. (2011); the 2009 version...

Climate station data from the Puvirnituq region in Nunavik, Quebec, Canada

Denis Sarrazin & Michel Allard

Main externalities associated with rainwater tanks - Existing study details

Peter Daniels
This dataset is one of seven datasets that analyses a water supply option in terms of externalities (positive and negative effects that are not taken into account directly in market-place transactions). The water service option covered in this dataset is rainwater tanks, which have three common elements: a catchment surface off which rainwater is collected; a storage reservoir; and a delivery system (pumps and pipes). Related datasets cover stormwater harvesting, desalination, dams, wastewater recycling, groundwater,...

Coutumes generales de la ville de Metz et pays messin, Corrigées ensuite des Résolutions des Trois-Etats de ladite Ville, és années 1616. 1617 et 1618. Avec les Procez Verbaux de Correction. Enrichies d'un commentaire sur les principaux articles

Dilange, Nicolas-Louis (1666-1743)
Signatures (-), A-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Eee4, (-)

20th International Conference on Advanced Laser Technologies ALT’12: Conference Program

Beat Neuenschwander & Romano, Valerio; University Of Bern
The ALT Conference series are focused on the recent achievements and advances in laser technology and laser applications in various areas. These series of conferences, held annually since 1993, were established by Nobel Prize laureate Alexander Prokhorov, director of the General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Previous conferences were organized in Russia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Romania, Switzerland, United Kingdom, China, Hungary, Finland, Turkey, The Netherlands and Bulgaria. The key...

Benchmarking Method Munich: Quick Reference Guide

Jörg Puchan, Thomas Gann, Sophia Zapf, Werner Lugauer & David Jäck
e-Journal of Practical Business Research, Business Process Benchmarking - Band II Gesamtkonzeption, S. 1-35

Salmon River RCC Benthic Invertebrate Data

Colden Baxter
The data presented here represent the benthic macroinvertebrate data collected in 1976 and 1977 along the Salmon River mainstem. These data were part of the original river continuum concept (RCC) project. Seven sites were sampled seasonally over the two year period. Four sites on the upper Salmon River mainstem (i.e., Camp, Smiley, Obsidian, and Casino) were sampled in March and July of 1976. Four sites on the mid to lower Salmon River were sampled in...

The Four-Laser Guide Star Facility (4LGSF) for the ESO VLT Adaptive Optics Facility (AOF)

W. Hackenberg, D. Bonaccini Calia, S. Lewis, R. Holzlohner, B. Buzzoni, M. Comin, C. Dupuy, I. M. Guidolin, R. Guzman Collazos, L. Kern, M. Quattri, J. Quentin, R. Ridings, J. Argomedo, R. Arsenault, R. Conzelmann, B. Delabre, R. Donaldson, M. Downing, M. Duchateau, N. Hubin, G. Igl, L. Jochum, P. Jolley, A. Jost … & E. Vernet
The 4LGSF is to be installed as a subsystem of the ESO Adaptive Optics Facility (AOF, [1]) on Unit Telescope 4 (UT4) of the VLT, to provide the AO instruments GALACSI/MUSE and GRAAL/HAWK-I with four sodium laser guide stars. The 4LGSF will deploy four modular LGS Units at the UT4 Centrepiece. Two key aspects of the 4LGSF design are: (i) new industrial laser source (fibre lasers) with reduced volume, reduced need of maintenance, higher reliability,...

Wahrnehmung des Themas Welternährung in der deutschen Öffentlichkeit

Wilhelm Klümper, Jonas Kathage & Qaim, Prof. Dr. Matin
Die Ergebnisse einer Befragung der deutschen Öffentlichkeit zum Thema Welternährung werden in diesem Beitrag vorgestellt. Die Befragung wurde online mit 1.200 Personen durchgeführt. Welternährung ist für die Mehrheit kein Top-Thema. Die Meisten nehmen das Hungerproblem vor allem dann war, wenn die Medien in akuten Krisensituationen darüber berichten. Die Bewertung von Ursachen und Maßnahmen zeigt, dass Hunger in erster Linie als Verteilungsproblem gesehen wird. Ansätze zur Produktivitätssteigerung in der Landwirtschaft werden überwiegend als nicht zentral für...

Modellhafte Sanierung umweltgeschädigter Pfeilervorlagen an der im neugotischen Stil errichteten Kathedrale St. Jakobus, Görlitz

Christoph Franzen, Matthias Zötzl, Doris Kohla & Thomas Backhaus
Der Abschlussbericht zum Förderprojekt „Modellhafte Sanierung umweltgeschädigter Pfeilervor-lagen an der im neugotischen Stil errichteten Kathedrale St. Jakobus im Görlitz“ AZ 29157 mit der Deutschen Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) setzt sich zusammen aus Ergebnissen der ein-zelnen Zwischenberichte, die über den Projektzeitraum hinweg erarbeitet wurden, sowie den zusätzlichen Kapiteln zur Baugeschichte, erarbeitet von Herrn, Backhaus dem Leiter der Abtei-lung Bauerhaltung/Baubetreuung des Ordinariatsrats Görltiz, und einem Sanierungsbericht der leitenden Architektin Frau Kohla.

Extending ontology queries with bayesian network reasoning

Andrea Bellandi
Today, ontologies are the standard for representing knowledge about concepts and relations among concepts concerning specific domains. In general, ontology languages are based on crisp logic and thus they can not handle incomplete or partial knowledge about application domain. However, uncertainty exists in domain modeling, ontology reasoning, and concept mapping. Our choice for dealing with uncertainty, is the Bayesian probability theory. The technique of representing an ontology by means of a bayesian network is used...

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