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Cataland: Why the Fuss? [article]

Christian Stump, Hugh Thomas, Nathan Williams
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The first two of these have known Fuss-Catalan generalizations.  ...  We show how this new perspective ties together all three generalizations, providing a uniform framework for noncrossing Fuss-Catalan combinatorics.  ...  We now follow the Catalan to Fuß-Catalan to positive Fuß-Catalan progression to its logical conclusion.  ... 
arXiv:1503.00710v2 fatcat:atjljlg2n5g5ric6hoedbznwhy

Am Anfang war der Fuß

Christian Heel
2020 Manuelletherapie  
Die Untersuchung und Therapie sollten aber nicht am Fuß stecken bleiben, da gerade das Zusammenspiel von Hüfte und Fuß für eine optimale Funktion entscheidend sein kann.  ...  ZusammenfassungVier Millionen Jahre Entwicklung stecken im Design des Fußes. Dementsprechend ausgeklügelt ist sein System.  ...  Die Geburtsstunde des menschlichen Fußes: Vor mehr als vier Millionen Jahren begann die Aufrichtung zum Zweibeiner mit der Ausgestaltung des Fußes [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1055/a-1213-0230 fatcat:oabyw4zdz5a5vijigjymvrqfve

q,t-Fuss-Catalan numbers for complex reflection groups [article]

Christian Stump
2008 arXiv   pre-print
In type A, the q,t-Fuss -Catalan numbers can be defined as a bigraded Hilbert series of a module associated to the symmetric group S_n.  ...  q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers Before we define q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers in general, we review the definition and the properties about the well-studied case W = S n which they seem to generalize.  ...  Reiner defined Fuß-Catalan numbers for classical reflection groups, and in [5] D.  ... 
arXiv:0806.2936v1 fatcat:b4fmj2i5abh5pdqree5rbfedmi

Chromatic statistics for Catalan and Fuß-Catalan numbers [article]

Roland Bacher, Christian Krattenthaler
2011 arXiv   pre-print
We refine Catalan numbers and Fuß-Catalan numbers by introducing colour statistics for triangulations of polygons and d-dimensional generalisations there-of which we call Fuß-Catalan complexes.  ...  Our refinements consist in showing that the number of triangulations, respectively Fuß-Catalan complexes, with a given colour distribution of its vertices is given by closed product formulae.  ...  Fuß-Catalan complexes, respectively.  ... 
arXiv:1101.1416v2 fatcat:7ycqvl5tyjff5m736fgyklioyi

q,t-Fuss-Catalan numbers for finite reflection groups [article]

Christian Stump
2009 arXiv   pre-print
In type A, the q,t-Fuss-Catalan numbers can be defined as a bigraded Hilbert series of a module associated to the symmetric group.  ...  Finally, we present several ideas how the q,t-Fuss-Catalan numbers could be related to some graded Hilbert series of modules arising in the context of rational Cherednik algebras and thereby generalize  ...  The q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers were first defined by M.  ... 
arXiv:0901.1574v2 fatcat:u3khon7zz5avzmsyyi4ih75b2y

Cataland: Why the Fuss?

Christian Stump, Hugh Thomas, Nathan Williams
2020 Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science  
The first and the third of these have known Fuss–Catalan generalizations.  ...  The objects associated with these m-eralizations are counted by the Fuß-Catalan numbers of type W Cat (m) (W ) := n i=1 mh + d i d i . More precisely, D.  ... 
doi:10.46298/dmtcs.6351 fatcat:2o5vwzcd2jdlzku4fxqsqj2g3a

q,t-Fuß–Catalan numbers for finite reflection groups

Christian Stump
2009 Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics  
In type A, the q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers can be defined as the bigraded Hilbert series of a module associated to the symmetric group.  ...  Finally, we present several ideas on how the q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers could be related to some graded Hilbert series of modules arising in the context of rational Cherednik algebras and thereby generalize  ...  q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers for complex reflection groups In this section, we generalize the definition of q, t-Fuß-Catalan numbers to arbitrary (finite) complex reflection groups.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10801-009-0205-0 fatcat:4zhfrpq7lvck3awe5ohjlkt2ia

Why the fuss over Brown's The Da Vinci code? The dynamism of 'icons' and the in/stability of meaning

C. Lombaard
2009 Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship  
Why the fuss over Brown's The Da Vinci code?  ...  " and the in/stability of meaning Dan Brown's book, "The Da Vinci code" (2003) and the subsequent motion picture by the same title (2006), have created a considerable stir within, but not limited to, Christian  ...  Another three years later, the fuss has not died down (see e.g. Kerknuus, 17 Maart 2009 on Scheepers, 2008 .  ... 
doi:10.4102/koers.v74i1/2.127 fatcat:3yxlob7gvfdj5nj7h3yzkbd5a4

Adoption of focused ultrasound thalamotomy for essential tremor: why so much fuss about FUS?

Christian Iorio-Morin, Mojgan Hodaie, Andres M Lozano
2021 Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry  
ORCID iDs Christian Iorio-Morin http:// orcid. org/ 0000-0003-2995-7255 Mojgan Hodaie http:// orcid. org/ 0000-0001-6278-4929 C, et al.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jnnp-2020-324061 pmid:33563810 fatcat:cnmx2y3myragrhrrahd62h4vna

Phylogroup-specific variation shapes pangenome dynamics in Pseudomonas aeruginosa [article]

João Botelho, Leif Tüffers, Janina Fuss, Florian Buchholz, Christian Utpatel, Jens Klockgether, Stefan Niemann, Burkhard Tümmler, Hinrich Schulenburg
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
ABSTRACTPseudomonas aeruginosa is a human opportunistic pathogen consisting of three phylogroups (hereafter named A, B, and C) of unevenly distributed size. Here, we assessed phylogroup-specific evolutionary dynamics in a collection of publicly available and newly sequenced genomes of P. aeruginosa. We explored to what extent antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes, defence systems, and virulence genes vary in their distribution across regions of genome plasticity (RGPs) and "masked" (RGP-free)
more » ... omes, and to what extent this variation differs among the phylogroups. We found that members of phylogroup B possess larger genomes, contribute a comparatively larger number of gene families to the pangenome, but show lower abundance of CRISPR-Cas systems. Furthermore, AMR and defence systems are pervasive in RGPs and integrative and conjugative/mobilizable elements (ICEs/IMEs) from phylogroups A and B, and the abundance of these two types of cargo genes is often significantly correlated. Moreover, multiple inter- and intra-phylogroup interaction events occur at the accessory genome content level, suggesting that recombination events are frequent. Finally, we provide here a panel of phylogenetically diverse P. aeruginosa strains that can be used as a reference set for future functional analyses. Altogether, our results highlight distinct pangenome characteristics of the three phylogroups of P. aeruginosa, that are possibly influenced by variation in the abundance of CRISPR-Cas systems and that are shaped by the differential distribution of AMR and other defence systems.
doi:10.1101/2022.04.24.489302 fatcat:atilgjevtfh5bpldw5rq2wqny4

The chloroplast ribonucleoprotein CP33B quantitatively binds the psbA mRNA [article]

Marlene Teubner, Benjamin Lenzen, Lucas Bernal Espenberger, Janina Fuss, Joerg Nickelsen, Kirsten Krause, Hannes Ruwe, Christian Schmitz-Linneweber
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Mesophyll protoplast preparation and transfection with CP33B:GFP-and PEND-dsRed-fusion constructs was performed as described(Fuss et al., 2013).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.02.11.944249 fatcat:cvtbhlx33vheri4fn3tdp27jsa

Model-driven Support for Source Code Variability in Automotive Software Engineering

Cem Mengi, Christian Fuß, Ruben Zimmermann, Ismet Aktas
2009 Software Product Lines Conference  
Variability on source code level in automotive software engineering is handled by C/C++ preprocessing directives. It provides fine-grained definition of variation points, but brings highly complex structures into the source code. The software gets more difficult to understand, to maintain and to integrate changes. Current approaches for modeling and managing variability on source code do not consider the specific requirements of the automotive domain. To close this gap, we propose a modeldriven
more » ... approach to support software engineers in handling source code variability and configuration of software variants. For this purpose, a variability model is developed that is linked with the source code. Using this approach, a software engineer can shift work steps to the variability model in order to model and manage variation points and implement their variants in the source code.
dblp:conf/splc/MengiFZA09 fatcat:kdxco3ggzzaztn3ppgyue5p2va

Closing the emission price gap

Ottmar Edenhofer, Michael Jakob, Felix Creutzig, Christian Flachsland, Sabine Fuss, Martin Kowarsch, Kai Lessmann, Linus Mattauch, Jan Siegmeier, Jan Christoph Steckel
2015 Global Environmental Change  
doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.01.003 fatcat:dhsmxnyjnzaftfaaxgq7w3egaq

The Chloroplast Ribonucleoprotein CP33B Quantitatively Binds the psbA mRNA

Marlene Teubner, Benjamin Lenzen, Lucas Bernal Espenberger, Janina Fuss, Jörg Nickelsen, Kirsten Krause, Hannes Ruwe, Christian Schmitz-Linneweber
2020 Plants  
Chloroplast RNAs are stabilized and processed by a multitude of nuclear-encoded RNA-binding proteins, often in response to external stimuli like light and temperature. A particularly interesting RNA-based regulation occurs with the psbA mRNA, which shows light-dependent translation. Recently, the chloroplast ribonucleoprotein CP33B was identified as a ligand of the psbA mRNA. We here characterized the interaction of CP33B with chloroplast RNAs in greater detail using a combination of RIP-chip,
more » ... uantitative dot-blot, and RNA-Bind-n-Seq experiments. We demonstrate that CP33B prefers psbA over all other chloroplast RNAs and associates with the vast majority of the psbA transcript pool. The RNA sequence target motif, determined in vitro, does not fully explain CP33B's preference for psbA, suggesting that there are other determinants of specificity in vivo.
doi:10.3390/plants9030367 pmid:32192026 pmcid:PMC7154868 fatcat:dez6ijs6bfhfzgxdktgyud6tkm

RePLEX: A Model-Based Reengineering Tool for PLEX Telecommunication Systems

Christian Fuss, Christof Mosler, Marcel Pettau
2007 Electronic Communications of the EASST  
Maintenance of complex legacy software systems is a challenging task. In the first place, maintenance requires understanding the system. Reverse engineering and reengineering tools, which make the design of the current system available on-line and which support planning and performing changes to the system, are urgently needed. We present a new tool for reengineering telecommunication systems, recovering the current architecture, and extracting state machines reflecting the system behavior. The
more » ... tool is based on a structure graph of the architecture and allows architectural modifications with according code changes. The modifications are specified as graph transformations using FUJABA enabling the generation of a Java prototype, which is accessible via a GUI based on the Graphical Editor Framework (GEF) plug-in for the Eclipse workbench.
doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.1.80 dblp:journals/eceasst/FussMP06 fatcat:fu3ic26pnjaenmplv54t5jb2pe
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