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Volkshochschule des Landkreises Hersfeld-Rotenburg: Programm 1. Semester 1983, S. 22

Volkshochschule Des Landkreises Hersfeld-Rotenburg

Computational Complexity of the Extended Minimum Cost Homomorphism Problem on Three-Element Domains

Hannes Uppman
In this paper we study the computational complexity of the extended minimum cost homomorphism problem (Min-Cost-Hom) as a function of a constraint language, i.e. a set of constraint relations and cost functions that are allowed to appear in instances. A wide range of natural combinatorial optimisation problems can be expressed as extended Min-Cost-Homs and a classification of their complexity would be highly desirable, both from a direct, applied point of view as well as from...

Seismic Behavior of Confined Masonry Walls When Subjected to In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Loading

Vaibhav Singhal & Durgesh Rai
A confined masonry (CM) structure comprises load-bearing masonry walls and confining elements located at the perimeter of wall panels. These confining elements are generally small cast-in-place RC tie-beams and tie-columns. The distinctive feature of CM construction from a regular masonry infill RC frame is that the masonry is constructed prior to the casting of confining elements. Such construction has evolved based on the satisfactory performance in past earthquakes. Though commonly recognized as an effective practice,...

New global top-level domain names: Europe, the challenger

Francesca Musiani, Internet Policy Review & Internet Policy Review
New generic top-level domain names (gTLDs) are the highest level of domain names in the domain name system (DNS); their number has been restricted to twenty-two for several years, and ICANN has implemented restrictions on the ways in which they are operated. The new gTLD programme, proposed by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in early 2013, enables businesses and organisations to apply for their own customised top-level domain names, thereby greatly...

Data Sharing in Academia Questionnaire

Benedikt Fecher, Sascha Friesike, Marcel Hebing & Stephanie Linek

German Survey on Volunteering 1999. English Version: Documentation of the Design and Instrument of the Second Wave of the German Survey on Volunteering (FWS 1999)

Claudia Vogel, Thomas Gensicke & Katharina Lux
The German Survey on Volunteering (FWS) is a representative survey of voluntary activities of persons aged 14 and older in Germany. Volunteering and the willingness to volunteer can be reported and described among population groups and across regions. Additionally, volunteers as well as former volunteers and other persons who do not volunteer can be studied. The FWS provides a substantial database for the description of volunteering in Germany and is funded by the Federal Ministry...

Fachkompetenz von Wirtschaftslehrerinnen und -lehrern

Volker Bank & Thomas Retzmann
Zeitschrift für ökonomische Bildung

Deciphering the regulatory functions of miRNAs

Mihaela Zavolan
miRNAs are small RNAs that guide Argonaute proteins to target mRNAs through perfect complementarity involving 7-8 nucleotides of the miRNA's 5'end. These 'canonical' targets typically undergo degradation and translational inhibition. However, recent studies have suggested that miRNA target degradation can give rise to additional behaviors. These unclude the threshold-linear response of the targets to their transcriptional induction, reduction of the 'noise' in target expression and induction of correlations in the expression of the targets of...

Atlas of top predators from French Southern Territories in the Southern Indian Ocean

K. Delord, C. Barbraud, C.A. Bost, Y. Cherel, C. Guinet & H. Weimerskirch
This Atlas of top predators from the French Southern Territories in the Southern Indian Ocean is a summary of information on the use of the southern Indian Ocean by 22 seabirds and seals species: king penguin, gentoo penguin, Adlie penguin, eastern rockhopper penguin, northern rockhopper penguin, macaroni penguin, Amsterdam albatross, wandering albatross, black-browed albatross, Indian yellow-nosed albatross, light-mantled albatross, sooty albatross, southern giant petrel, northern giant petrel, southern fulmar, Cape petrel, snow petrel, white-chinned petrel,...

Volkshochschule Region Kassel: Frühjahrsprogramm 2011, S. 151

Volkshochschule Region Kassel

Dalla Francia all'Italia: impegno politico, inchiesta e transfers culturali alle origini della sociologia del lavoro in Italia

Franco, Daniele <1980>
Sociology of work in Italy revived at the end of WWII, after thirty years of forced oblivion. This thesis examines the history of discipline by considering three paths that it followed from its revival up to its institutionalization: the influence of the productivity drive, the role of trade unions and the activity of early young researchers. European Productivity Agency's Italian office Comitato Nazionale per la Produttività propagandised studies on management and on the effects of...

Seismic Performance Evaluation and Design of Multi-Tiered Steel Concentrically Braced Frames

Ali Imanpour & Robert Tremblay
Tall single-storey steel buildings are commonly used in North America for various applications such as industrial buildings, airplane hangars, recreation centers or warehouse buildings. Typical lateral load resisting system in these buildings is concentrically steel braced frames with two or more bracing tiers stacked between the ground and the roof levels. Multi-tiered steel braced frames represent an economical option for such tall single-storey buildings as smaller braces with reduced expected strengths can be used in...

Rassegna storica salernitana. A.6, n.1/4(1945)

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La Società Salernitana di Storia Patria aderisce al progetto EleA e autorizza la pubblicazione del fascicolo.

Kant’s Justification of Welfare

Sorin Baiasu
For several decades, theorists interested in Kant’s discussion of welfare have puzzled over Kant’s position on the issue of the redistribution of goods in society. They have done this both in order to clarify his position and as a source of inspiration for current conceptual problems faced by contemporary political philosophers who attempt to reconcile the ideal of equal freedom with the asymmetric interference necessary for redistribution and social provision. In this paper, I start...

Essays on the portability of pension rights and distortions in labour mobility choices

Maria Chiara Cavalleri
This thesis contributes to the debate on the role and efficacy of pension portability regimes in ensuring both a fair treatment of workers and neutrality as regards to labour mobility choices.Drawing on important contributions from the literature, I perform a comprehensive analysis that aims to bridge the gap between the economic and the political analyses of portability. In addition, I also present novel and unprecedented empirical insights on portability’s effects in the labour market. The...

Big data, big responsibilities

Primavera De Filippi, Internet Policy Review & Internet Policy Review
Big data refers to the collection and aggregation of large quantities of data produced by and about people, things or the interactions between them. With the advent of cloud computing, specialised data centres with powerful computational hardware and software resources can be used for processing and analysing a humongous amount of aggregated data coming from a variety of different sources. The analysis of such data is all the more valuable to the extent that it...

Micro Nanosystems for Biology n°42, June 2010

Vincent Semetey, Chantal Khan Malek, Jean Berthier, Vincent Thomy, Manuel Théry, Pascal Hersen, Eric Leclerc, Wilfrid Boireau, Pierre Temple-Boyer & Aurélien Bancaud
Strategic Watch OMNT–Micro Nanosystems for biology; n°42; June 2010; 1-23

Impacts of climate change on seabirds

Francis Daunt & Ian Mitchell
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 125-133

Vegetationserhebungen: Bearbeiterunterschiede bei Artenzahlen von Gefäßpflanzen

Walter Seidling, Anna Kanold, Thomas Kompa, Bernadett Lambertz, Olaf Scheibe, Matthias Schiller, Andreas Schmiedinger, Anett Wenzel, Willy Werner & Jörg-Werner Zoldan
Local species richness is a crucial biodiversity measure also in monitoring projects. This study was carried out in a species-rich beech forest on limestone within the communal forest of the city of Göttingen. It compares species richness estimates from nine surveyors (five individuals and two teams of two) on plots of 4, 100, and 400 m2 size. The influence of surveyor and elapsed time on the outcome was investigated. Additionally, species-specific overlooking and misinterpretation rates...

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