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Kohler-Koch, Beate, und Christine Quittkat. Die Entzauberung partizipativer Demokratie: Zur Rolle der Zivilgesellschaft bei der Demokratisierung von EU-Governance

Achim Hurrelmann
2012 Politische Vierteljahresschrift  
In der vorliegenden Studie unterziehen Beate Kohler-Koch und Christine Quittkat solche Erwartungen einem empirischen Test.  ...  Diese "Motorenrolle" (137) des EuGH wird jedoch nur angerissen und weder im Theorieteil noch Helga Haftendorn Europäische Union Kohler-Koch, Beate, und Christine Quittkat .  ... 
doi:10.5771/0032-3470-2012-1-158 fatcat:t2sd2sh2jfcvldlgkjq4f7oss4

Beating the limits with initial correlations

Daniel Basilewitsch, Rebecca Schmidt, Dominique Sugny, Sabrina Maniscalco, Christiane P Koch
2017 New Journal of Physics  
In other words, entanglement between system and environment is not required and classical, or at least quantum correlation without entanglement, are sufficient to beat the limits on error and time for  ...  ., ORCID iDs Christiane P Koch https:/ /orcid.org/0000-0001-6285-5766  ... 
doi:10.1088/1367-2630/aa96f8 fatcat:342goh4nvzakdg4wdhaqy2joei

Die Vergemeinschaftung wirtschaftlicher Interessensvertretung [chapter]

Beate Kohler-Koch
2020 Kernelemente der europäischen Integration  
Dabei gehören die Strukturen des intermediären Sys-1 Eine erste Gedankenskizze wurde auf dem Kolloquium zu Ehren von Roland Bieber 2017 in Lausanne vorgetragen; Kohler-Koch 2018.  ...  Im Einzelnen hierzu Kohler-Koch/Friedrich 2017. Beate Kohler-Koch 378 https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748905776-367 Generiert durch IP '207.241.231.83', am 12.12.2020, 21:24:46.  ...  Beate Kohler-Koch 370 https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748905776-367 Generiert durch IP '207.241.231.83', am 12.12.2020, 21:24:46. ).  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783748905776-367 fatcat:byjgmxm7ifgvnby3s7w5jsuudy

Indoor exposure to molds and allergic sensitization

Beate Jacob, Beate Ritz, Ulrike Gehring, Andrea Koch, Wolfgang Bischof, H E Wichmann, Joachim Heinrich
2002 Environmental Health Perspectives  
Articles Evidence that indoor dampness and mold growth are associated with respiratory health has been accumulating, but few studies have been able to examine health risks in relation to measured levels of indoor mold exposure. In particular, little is known about the contribution of indoor molds to the development of allergic sensitization. As a part of an ongoing study examining the effects of ambient air pollutants on respiratory health and atopic diseases in German school children, we
more » ... ed the relation between viable mold levels indoors and allergic sensitization in 272 children. We examined whether allergic sensitization in children is associated with higher fungal spore count in settled house dust sampled from living room floors. Adjusting for age, sex, parental education, region of residency, and parental history of atopy, we found that mold spore counts for Cladosporium and Aspergillus were associated with an increased risk of allergic sensitization. Sensitized children exposed to high levels of mold spores (> 90th percentile) were more likely to suffer from symptoms of rhinoconjunctivitis. We conclude that elevated indoor concentrations of molds in wintertime might play a role in increasing the risk of developing atopic symptoms and allergic sensitization not only to molds but also to other common, inhaled allergens. These effects were strongest in the group of children who had lived in the same home since birth. Key words: allergic sensitization, house dust, indoor allergen exposure, molds. Environ Health Perspect 110:647-653 (2002). [Online 24 May 2002] http://ehpnet1.niehs.nih.gov/docs/2002/110p647-653jacob/abstract.html
doi:10.1289/ehp.02110647 pmid:12117641 pmcid:PMC1240910 fatcat:zhmqrznvafgtjgvu3r6hcgs7ee

Opus 4 – Open Access Publikationen

Thorsten Koch, Beate Rusch, Steffi Conrad-Rempel, Jens Schwidder, Signe Weihe
2018 Zenodo  
OPUS 4 ist eine auf GitHUB veröffentlichte Open Source-Software unter der GNU General Public License für den Betrieb von institutionellen und fachlichen Repositorien. OPUS 4 richtet sich an alle Hochschulen und wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen, die eigene Publikationen (Hochschulschriften, Preprints, Projektergebnisse, etc.) als Open Access in einem instituts- oder fachbezogenen Repositorium zur Verfügung stellen wollen. OPUS wurde ursprünglich an der Universität Stuttgart entwickelt. Im Rahmen
more » ... ines DFG-Projektes (2008-2010) entstand OPUS 4, eine komplette Neuentwicklung, die seitdem vom Kooperativen Bibliotheksverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (KOBV) am Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) kontinuierlich weitergeführt wird. OPUS 4 orientiert sich an deutschen Standards, insbesondere an den Empfehlungen der DINI-AG Elektronisches Publizieren und dem DINI-Zertifikat. Die Software unterstützt das OAI-PMH 2.0- Protokoll, die automatisierte Vergabe von Uniform Resource Names (URN) zur eindeutigen Referenzierbarkeit, die Ablieferung von Dokumenten an die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, eine DOI-Generierung und deren Registrierung bei DataCite sowie OpenAIRE. Die OPUS 4-Software kann im Rahmen eines Hosting-Services oder selbst administriert auf eigenen Servern betrieben werden. Derzeit gibt es über 100 OPUS 4-Repositorien europaweit. Der überwiegende Teil der Repositorien wird gehostet. Der OPUS 4 Hostingservice des KOBV ist DINI-Ready 2016 zertifziert. Das betrifft alle Kriterien, die die OPUS 4-Software standardmäßig bietet und die der KOBV durch seine IT-Verfahren und –Prozesse zusichert. Der KOBV fühlt sich dem Open-Access-Gedanken im Sinne einer offenen Wissenschaftskommunikation verpflichtet. Zahlreiche KOBV-Mitglieder haben die Berliner Erklärung unterschrieben. Als größter Servicepartner in diesem Bereich, unterstützt die KOBV-Zentrale, Bibliotheken in ihren Open-Access-Aktivitäten mit der Weiterentwicklung der Software und dem OPUS-Hostingangebot.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1469054 fatcat:dwszxkyw4rg4hob4ng2cdujnzi

Significant Birthdays of Pettenkofer and Koch Celebrated in Germany

Toshio MATSUSHITA, Beate WONDE
2019 Nippon Eiseigaku Zasshi (Japanese Journal of Hygiene)  
この資料は,2018 年にドイツで行われた Max von Pettenkofer と Robert Koch の生誕記念祝賀事業に関 して, フンボルト大学ベルリン森鷗外記念館の Beate Wonde 氏が, 私信として提供してくれた情報である。  ...  夕方には,ベルリン森鷗外記念館のキュレーターであ る私・ベアーテ • ヴォンデが, 「モース・ハウス HAUS 1 鹿児島大学 2 フンボルト大学ベルリン森鷗外記念館 Toshio MATSUSHITA 1 (introducer) and Beate WONDE 2 (author) 1 Kagoshima University 2 Mori Ôgai Memorial Center  ... 
doi:10.1265/jjh.19002 fatcat:f4c2fpwwbnerfagu627fxltjae

European Networks and Ideas: Changing National Policies?

Beate Kohler-Koch
2002 Social Science Research Network  
The new image proposed is rather that of a ›marble cake‹: a representation of a ›penetrated system of governance‹ (Kohler-Koch 1998d, [6] [7] [8] [9] .  ...  The EU is a negotiating system geared towards problem solving strategies (Scharpf 1997) ; it is a system of ›network governance‹ (Kohler-Koch 1999) which thrives on co-ordinating a multitude of actors  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.307519 fatcat:pciueqqndjh2zfu5ossyis3ale

Functional Characterization of Drosophila Translin and Trax

Maike Claußen, Rafael Koch, Zhao-Yang Jin, Beat Suter
2006 Genetics  
The vertebrate RNA and ssDNA-binding protein Translin has been suggested to function in a variety of cellular processes, including DNA damage response, RNA transport, and translational control. The Translin-associated factor X (Trax) interacts with Translin, and Trax protein stability depends on the presence of Translin. To determine the function of the Drosophila Translin and Trax, we generated a translin null mutant and isolated a trax nonsense mutation. translin and trax single and double
more » ... ants are viable, fertile, and phenotypically normal. Meiotic recombination rates and chromosome segregation are also not affected in translin and trax mutants. In addition, we found no evidence for an increased sensitivity for DNA double-strand damage in embryos and developing larvae. Together with the lack of evidence for their involvement in DNA double-strand break checkpoints, this argues against a critical role for Translin and Trax in sensing or repairing such DNA damage. However, Drosophila translin is essential for stabilizing the Translin interaction partner Trax, a function that is surprisingly conserved throughout evolution. Conversely, trax is not essential for Translin stability as trax mutants exhibit normal levels of Translin protein.
doi:10.1534/genetics.106.063016 pmid:17028328 pmcid:PMC1667053 fatcat:qne6vbtpnjcfthjh45zsphjsyy

Organized Interests in the EC and the European Parliament

Beate Kohler-Koch
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Their growth would be part of the institutional evolution taking place in Europe (Eising/Kohler-Koch 1994) . The first argument refers to the very nature of the political system of the EU.  ...  governance patterns will be dominant in the European context, we have to look for a new conceptional framework that goes beyond our traditional models of the democratic nation state (Jachtenfuchs/Kohler-Koch  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.302669 fatcat:cf2sjazsxred7nzy6ekmybtrbm

Energy Harvesting from the Beating Heart by a Mass Imbalance Oscillation Generator

A. Zurbuchen, A. Pfenniger, A. Stahel, C. T. Stoeck, S. Vandenberghe, V. M. Koch, Rolf Vogel
2012 Annals of Biomedical Engineering  
The cardiac muscle is highly enduring with more than 1.8 billion heart cycles during a lifetime of 70 years at an averaged heart rate of 70 beats per minute.  ...  DISCUSSION We demonstrated that it is technically feasible to gain energy from the beating heart by means of an unbalance as it is used to power wrist watches.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10439-012-0623-3 pmid:22805983 fatcat:3gxwhlfkkbcetgvkc3e7obzrym

Civil society and EU democracy: 'astroturf' representation?

Beate Kohler-Koch
2010 Journal of European Public Policy  
Biographical note: Beate Kohler-Koch, Professor Emerita, is Research Director at the MZES, Mannheim University and Bremen Distinguished Professor at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences  ...  Kohler-Koch: Civil society and EU democracy: 'astroturf' representation?  ... 
doi:10.1080/13501760903464986 fatcat:vcvibwocbvd5dlcbsiycpe656a

Changing Patterns of Interest Intermediation in the European Union

Beate Kohler-Koch
1994 Government and Opposition  
It is Part of Conventional Wisdom That Organized interests have a considerable impact on European policies and that economic interests in particular have had a greater influence on EC affairs than the European Parliament. Nevertheless, they have attracted relatively little academic attention in comparison with that devoted to parliamentary interest representation. This is even more astonishing if we take account of the leading role given to interest groups by the neo-functionalistic approach,
more » ... ich has dominated integration theory for a long time.
doi:10.1111/j.1477-7053.1994.tb01249.x fatcat:2nm6mwlqjjgixg7ridjkdcdw7u

SDL and MSC Based Test Generation for Distributed Test Architectures [chapter]

Jens Grabowski, Beat Koch, Michael Schmitt, Dieter Hogrefe
1999 SDL '99  
Most of the SDL and MSC based test generation methods and tools produce nonconcurrent TTCN test cases only. If the test equipment itself is a distributed system, the implementation of such test cases is a di cult task and requires a substantial amount of additional work. In this paper, we explain how concurrent TTCN test cases can be generated directly from SDL system speci cations and MSC test purposes. To do this, explicit synchronization points have to be indicated in the MSC test purposes,
more » ... nd information about the existing test components and their connections has to be provided.
doi:10.1016/b978-044450228-5/50026-6 fatcat:55ijjubjvbejfjjf6ii7enzq4u

Beating the wavelength limit: three-dimensional imaging of buried subwavelength fractures in sculpture and construction materials by terahertz time-domain reflection spectroscopy

M. Schwerdtfeger, E. Castro-Camus, K. Krügener, W. Viöl, M. Koch
2013 Applied Optics  
We use reflection terahertz spectroscopy to locate and produce three-dimensional images of air gaps between stones that resemble fractures, even of subwavelength thicknesses. This technique is found to be promising tool for sculpture and building damage evaluation as well as structural quality control in other dielectric materials.
doi:10.1364/ao.52.000375 pmid:23338182 fatcat:nqayu2mspncg3eb4k7ckqqqesi

Editorial: Neuronal Calcium Sensors in Health and Disease

Daniele Dell'Orco, Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Michael R. Kreutz, Jose R. Naranjo, Beat Schwaller
2019 Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience  
doi:10.3389/fnmol.2019.00278 pmid:31803020 pmcid:PMC6872966 fatcat:vvygbycoyjgrzevqih765krxye
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