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Cognitive onomasiology and lexical change - Around the eye

Peter Koch
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Kerkweg 62-64, gemeente Noordwijkerhout

R.A. Houkes
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Locatie 'J.J. Allanstraat 20' te Westzaan, gemeente Zaanstad.

E. Jacobs & E. Van Der Laan
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Hybrid Emotionally Aware Mediated Agent Architecture for Human-Assistive Technologies

Giovanni Vincenti, James Braman & Goran Trajkovski
Emotionally aware agents used to support human-computer interactions form the basis for our hybrid mediated agent architecture. This paper expands on our framework for an emotionally aware interface architecture that couples with the human user where data is mediated between agent processes for adaptive controlled assistive technologies. We present a hybrid emotionally aware mediated agent architecture that couples human and artificial operators. Agent behaviors in the context of emotion are derived from interactions from human...

Fachtagung Gentechnik in Oberschleißheim am 25. Oktober 2007

2 Fachtagung Gentechnik, 2007, Oberschleißheim & Bayerisches Landesamt Für Gesundheit Und Lebensmittelsicherheit

Phase transitions and incommensurate structures in the brownmillerite system Ca2(Fe1−xAlx)2O5

H Krüger Kr¨ Krüger, Biljana Lazic, F. Phillip, Vacvlav Petricek, Jürgen Konzett & Volker Kahlenberg

Herrschertreffen des Spätmittelalters

Gerald Schwedler

The last departure time from an Mt/G/∞ queue with a terminating arrival process

David Alan Goldberg & Ward Whitt
This paper studies the last departure time from a queue with a terminating arrival process. This problem is motivated by a model of two-stage inspection in which finitely many items come to a first stage for screening. Items failing first-stage inspection go to a second stage to be examined further. Assuming that arrivals at the second stage can be regarded as an independent thinning of the departures from the first stage, the arrival process at...

Anatomy, Physiology, And Pathophysiology Of The Pedunculopontine Nucleus: Ppn Review

Ned Jenkinson, Dipanker Nandi, Kalai Muthusamy, Nicola J. Ray, Ralph Gregory, John F. Stein & Tipu Z. Aziz
The pedunculopontine nucleus is composed of cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurones and is located in the caudal pontomesencephalic tegmentum. Evidence suggests that the nucleus plays a role in the production and control of movement. The nucleus has dense interconnections with the basal ganglia, as well as with other areas of the brain associated with motor control. Electrical stimulation of the pedunculopontine nucleus in the decerebrate cat or rat produces organized locomotor movements. Physiological studies show that...

Anatomy, Physiology, And Pathophysiology Of The Pedunculopontine Nucleus: Ppn Review

Ned Jenkinson, Dipanker Nandi, Kalai Muthusamy, Nicola J. Ray, Ralph Gregory, John F. Stein & Tipu Z. Aziz
The pedunculopontine nucleus is composed of cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurones and is located in the caudal pontomesencephalic tegmentum. Evidence suggests that the nucleus plays a role in the production and control of movement. The nucleus has dense interconnections with the basal ganglia, as well as with other areas of the brain associated with motor control. Electrical stimulation of the pedunculopontine nucleus in the decerebrate cat or rat produces organized locomotor movements. Physiological studies show that...

Climate Change And Human Origins In Southern Arabia

Adrian G. Parker & Jeffrey I. Rose
Over the past few years, prehistorians have begun to consider South Arabia with increasingly greater interest. As the corpus of genetic data grows, scholars now realize the prominent role the "Arabian Corridor" must have played in modern human origins. Unfortunately, Palaeolithic investigations throughout the peninsula have lagged sadly behind; at the time of writing there are only three dated, strati ed Palaeolithic sites that fall within the Upper Pleistocene time period (Shi'bat Dihya, al-Hatab, and...

Climate Change And Human Origins In Southern Arabia

Adrian G. Parker & Jeffrey I. Rose
Over the past few years, prehistorians have begun to consider South Arabia with increasingly greater interest. As the corpus of genetic data grows, scholars now realize the prominent role the "Arabian Corridor" must have played in modern human origins. Unfortunately, Palaeolithic investigations throughout the peninsula have lagged sadly behind; at the time of writing there are only three dated, strati ed Palaeolithic sites that fall within the Upper Pleistocene time period (Shi'bat Dihya, al-Hatab, and...

Evidence Of Periodicity In Ancient Egyptian Calendars Of Lucky And Unlucky Days

Sebastian Porceddu, Lauri Jetsu, Tapio Markkanen & Jaana Toivari-Viitala
This article presents an experiment in time series analysis, specifically the Rayleigh Test,
applied to the ancient Egyptian calendars of lucky and unlucky days recorded in papyri
P. Cairo 86637, P. BM 10474 and P. Sallier IV. The Rayleigh Test is used to determine
whether the lucky and unlucky days are distributed randomly within the year, or whether
they exhibit periodicity. The results of the analysis show beyond doubt that some of the
lucky days...

Evidence Of Periodicity In Ancient Egyptian Calendars Of Lucky And Unlucky Days

Sebastian Porceddu, Lauri Jetsu, Tapio Markkanen & Jaana Toivari-Viitala
This article presents an experiment in time series analysis, specifically the Rayleigh Test,
applied to the ancient Egyptian calendars of lucky and unlucky days recorded in papyri
P. Cairo 86637, P. BM 10474 and P. Sallier IV. The Rayleigh Test is used to determine
whether the lucky and unlucky days are distributed randomly within the year, or whether
they exhibit periodicity. The results of the analysis show beyond doubt that some of the
lucky days...

Securing Mobile Ad Hoc Networks�against Intrusion and Misbehaviour

Adnan Nadeem, Oscar Gonzalez Duque & Michael Howarth

Special Moufang Sets, Their Root Groups And Their Mu-Maps

Tom De Medts, Y. Segev & K. Tent
We prove Timmesfeld's conjecture that special abstract rank one groups are quasisimple. We show that in a special Moufang set the root groups are characterized on the one hand by being regular and normal in the point stabilizer, and on the other hand a normal transitive nilpotent subgroup of the point stabilizer is a root group. We prove that if a root group of a special Moufang set contains an involution, then it is of...

Special Moufang Sets, Their Root Groups And Their Mu-Maps

Tom De Medts, Y. Segev & K. Tent
We prove Timmesfeld's conjecture that special abstract rank one groups are quasisimple. We show that in a special Moufang set the root groups are characterized on the one hand by being regular and normal in the point stabilizer, and on the other hand a normal transitive nilpotent subgroup of the point stabilizer is a root group. We prove that if a root group of a special Moufang set contains an involution, then it is of...

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