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Frank Padberg
1996 Journal of Vascular Surgery  
Thoughtful discussion of inflammatory, infected, and false aneurysms, as Frank Padberg, Jr., MD VA Medical Center East Orange, N.J. surgery I. Faris and B.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0741-5214(05)80056-4 fatcat:b36gucdwd5hrrelyt36b5iytrq

Schlanke Produktionsweisen in der modernen Softwareentwicklung

Frank Padberg, Walter Tichy
2007 Wirtschaftsinformatik  
WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK 49 (2007) 3, S. 162-170 Die Autoren Frank Padberg Walter Tichy Dr. Frank Padberg und Prof. Dr.  ...  Walter Tichy Universität Karlsruhe Fakultät für Informatik Am Fasanengarten 5 76131 Karlsruhe {padberg I tichy}@ipd.uni-karlsruhe.de Eingereicht am 2006-10-30, nach 3 Ûberarbeitungen angenommen  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11576-007-0046-1 fatcat:kka4qegah5ayvgl5hce3477cai

A Probabilistic Model for Software Projects [chapter]

Frank Padberg
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Frank Padberg Fakultät für Informatik Universität Karlsruhe Am Fasanengarten 5 76131 Karlsruhe Germany padberg @ira.uka.de This article was processed using the L A T E X macro package with LLNCS style  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48166-4_8 fatcat:obsom23kijarransjejljp366u

A probabilistic model for software projects

Frank Padberg
1999 Software engineering notes  
Frank Padberg Fakultät für Informatik Universität Karlsruhe Am Fasanengarten 5 76131 Karlsruhe Germany padberg @ira.uka.de This article was processed using the L A T E X macro package with LLNCS style  ... 
doi:10.1145/318774.318932 fatcat:jclr2l6gvvfnlghoqld7nk5cxu

NAMNIs: Neuromodulation And Multimodal NeuroImaging software

Temmuz Karali, Frank Padberg, Valerie Kirsch, Sophia Stoecklein, Peter Falkai, Daniel Keeser
2019 Zenodo  
The basic requirements in neuroimaging research are rapidly changing due to the growing size of data sets and multimodal approaches with ever more complex, time-consuming, diverse and fast-moving standards. NAMNIs offers a ready-made, open-source pipeline for pre- and post-processing of multimodal neuroimaging and neuromodulation data with a strong focus on reproducibility and multi-platform parallelization support. NAMNIs consists of a processing pipeline for multimodal magnetic resonance
more » ... ng (MRI) data analysis using parallel processing. It performs various pre-processing steps with the aforementioned data that calculate relevant metrics such as the number of activated voxels (spatial extent), within regions of interest (ROIs) effects, ROI-to-whole-brain calculations, probabilistic values, motion parameters, connectivity strength values (standardized in z scores), and more. These steps are performed in parallel with different topologies to enable the processing of large data sets in a reasonable time. It is applicable to High Performance Computing (HPC) and is provided as research software which is free and open-source software (FOSS). Already in the proof-of-concept and prototype phase, the project was published as abstracts of international conferences (Karali et al., 2017) (Karali et al., 2019).
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3530897 fatcat:ndk4rm2qyngxpahf722ori7y2a

On the economic evaluation of XP projects

Matthias M. Müller, Frank Padberg
2003 Software engineering notes  
From a project economics point of view, the most important practices of Extreme Programming ( XP ) are Pair Programming and Test-Driven Development. Pair Programming leads to a large increase in the personnel cost, and Test-Driven Development adds to the development effort. On the other hand, Pair Programming can speed the project up; both Pair Programming and Test-Driven Development can reduce the defect density of the code. Can the increased cost of XP be balanced by its shorter time to
more » ... and higher code quality ? To answer this question, we construct a new model for the business value of software projects. We then analyze the cost and benefit of XP by applying our model to a realistic sample project. We systematically vary important model parameters to provide a sensitivity analysis. Our analysis shows that the economic value of XP strongly depends on how large the XP speed and defect advantage really are. We also find that the market pressure is an important factor when assessing the business value of XP. Our study provides clear guidelines for managers when to consider using XPor better not.
doi:10.1145/949952.940094 fatcat:b4cy6w6mazcizc37u5tdydxl4a

Anticipatory configuration of resource-aware applications

Vahe Poladian, João Sousa, Frank Padberg, Mary Shaw
2005 Software engineering notes  
We propose an improved approach to dynamic configuration of resource-aware applications. The new anticipatory model of configuration maximizes utility based on three inputs: user preferences, application capability profiles, and resource availability. In this respect, the proposed model is similar to a model of configuration described in [2] . However, the latter addresses the dynamic nature of the problem by reacting to changes (such as decrease in resource availability), and maximizes the
more » ... ity in a point-wise manner. The newly proposed anticipatory approach explicitly models the duration of the task and leverages possible information about the future (such as stochastic resource availability over the expected duration of the task). We expect that the anticipatory model will improve user's utility, conserve scarce resources, and reduce the amount of disruption to the user resulting from changes when compared to the reactive model. However, the optimization problem underlying the anticipatory model is computationally more difficult than the problem underlying the reactive model. We would like to investigate if the anticipatory approach is feasible and efficient in practice while delivering the above-mentioned improvements. In this paper, we carefully state the model of anticipatory configuration, highlight the sources of complexity in the problem, propose an algorithm to the anticipatory configuration problem, and provide a roadmap for research.
doi:10.1145/1082983.1083102 fatcat:x6mi4ozxjnfzjm3hmgwx6s33ki

Neurobiologische Befunde und klinische Ergebnisse

Frank Padberg, Peter Zwanzger, Rainer Rupprecht, Hans-Jürgen Möller, Martin E. Keck
2003 psychoneuro  
Reproduziert aus "Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in major depression: Relation between efficacy and stimulation intensity" von Padberg et al.  ...  Bermann George Garcia-Toro Manes Padberg 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 (n=70) (n=18) (n=18) (n=20) (n=30) (n=40) (n=20) (n=31) Signifikanter Verum-Sham + Ø + + + + Ø  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-2003-37618 fatcat:tsp2ewmxl5hlxd36oa4dnypthq

MOLDED LUCITE® SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS

Frank T. Padberg
1952 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
J.A.M.A., July 12, 195) MOLDED LUCITE* SURGICAL INSTRUMENTs Frank T. Padberg, M.D., Chicago At the suggestion of Dr.  ...  1018 LUCITE® INSTRUMENTS—PADBERG and fine adjustment somewhat analogous to the coarse and fine adjustments of a microscope.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1952.72930280009009h fatcat:o66t5p74ujcwhbu2t6zbpyo6bm

Betroffene Hirnregionen gezielt modulieren

Ulrich Palm, Peter Kreuzer, Berthold Langguth, Frank Padberg
2019 DNP - Der Neurologe und Psychiater  
Ergänzungen und Modifikationen der Leitlinie sind über die Webseite www.depression.versorgungsleitlinien.de zugänglich. Bitte beachten Sie, dass nur die unter www.versorgungsleitlinien.de enthaltenen Dokumente des Programms für Nationale VersorgungsLeitlinien durch die Träger des NVL-Programms autorisiert und damit gültig sind. Bei NVL-Dokumenten, die Sie von anderen Webseiten beziehen, übernehmen wir keine Verantwortung für deren Gültigkeit.
doi:10.1007/s15202-019-2170-3 fatcat:7ighrsz6b5g6vgag7h3ddlqoke

A study on optimal scheduling for software projects

Frank Padberg
2006 Software Process: Improvement and Practice  
The article builds upon our project scheduling model presented earlier (Padberg 2001 (Padberg , 2002a (Padberg , 2002b .  ...  Additional details are provided in (Padberg 2001 (Padberg , 2002b . Research Section F.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spip.254 fatcat:dquvqsnbp5dm3e7bw3vb3f6cza

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the prefrontal cortex in depression

Frank Padberg, Mark S. George
2009 Experimental Neurology  
Several studies have attempted to compare two active conditions Padberg et al., 1999; George et al., 2000; Padberg et al., 2002; Fitzgerald et al., 2003; Fitzgerald et al. 2006a , e.g.  ...  Reprinted from Biological Psychiatry Vol. 50; Herwig U, Padberg F, Unger J, Spitzer M, Schonfeldt-Lecuona C.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.expneurol.2009.04.020 pmid:19409383 fatcat:jnjifvqo4bdovbrroplsi7acki

Empirical Methods in Software Engineering Research

Walter F. Tichy, Frank Padberg
2007 29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE'07 Companion)  
Over the past decade, empirical methods have gained acceptance for validating tools and methods in software research. This tutorial aims at acquainting participants with the main methods used in empirical work in software research, enabling them to evaluate empirical results for validity as well as providing the basis for carrying out empirical studies. A wide range of empirical approaches are covered, including case studies, experiments, field studies, and surveys. These approaches are
more » ... ed by prominent examples from the software engineering literature. Common pitfalls are pointed out. Participants also critique empirical papers in small discussion groups, based on worksheets with prepared questions.
doi:10.1109/icsecompanion.2007.33 dblp:conf/icse/TichyP07 fatcat:g7ou53fp3vbcrfxnnp2x4uybee

Brain stimulation treatments for depression

Mark S. George, Thomas Schlaepfer, Frank Padberg, Paul B. Fitzgerald
2014 World Journal of Biological Psychiatry  
doi:10.3109/15622975.2013.869619 pmid:24506290 fatcat:2qj6jxuyhrfdvid6o7xzfaih6a
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