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Reduction of visual stimulus artifacts using a spherical tank for small, aquatic animals [article]

Kun Wang, Burkhard Arrenberg, Julian Hinz, Aristides B Arrenberg
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Due to the shape of the water tank and the associated optical paths of light rays, the stimulus can be subject to unwanted refraction or reflection artifacts, which may spoil the experiment and result  ...  D., Aksay, E. & Tank, D. W. Regression-based identification of 500 behavior-encoding neurons during large-scale optical imaging of neural activity at cellular 501 resolution.  ...  Due to the shape of the water tank and the associated optical paths 31 of light rays, the stimulus can be subject to unwanted refraction or reflection artifacts, which 32 may spoil the experiment and result  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.09.22.309419 fatcat:dkydlhrz7jfddjqk26umn3knpu

Applications of the single well stirred tank model for dispersion in flow injection

Julian F. Tyson
1990 The Analyst  
The single well stirred tank model in which dispersion is modelled by the passage of a slug of fluid through the tank has been used to compare the sensitivity that can be obtained by the use of three types  ...  The basis for comparison is to consider all the dispersion effects to be modelled by the plug flow through a single well stirred tank.  ...  The Single Well Stirred Tank Model Single-line manifold (normal mode) Equations for the well stirred model developed previous)y6 give rise to the following relationships for D and Dr: D = [1 -exp(-V;  ... 
doi:10.1039/an9901500587 fatcat:dva3fqruezerdokj3ujwr3xo5u

Models for dispersion in flow injection. Part 2. Two tanks in parallel model

David C. Stone, Julian F. Tyson
1989 The Analyst  
The application of two models based on the stirred mixing tanks, the well stirred tank and the two tanks in parallel models, is discussed, and results are presented for flow manifolds with both flame atomic  ...  tank (WST) model and the two tanks in parallel (TTP) models are discussed here.  ...  directly at the tank outlet.  ... 
doi:10.1039/an9891401453 fatcat:hvn7iqpwvfg5dmtyvl4zny4vfe

Gain-Scheduled Mean-Field-Type Control for a Non-linear Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor

Julian Barreiro-Gomez, Hamidou Tembine
2020 IEEE Access  
We present the design of a Gain-Scheduled Mean-Field-Type Control (GS-MFTC) for a nonlinear Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR).  ...  INDEX TERMS Gain-scheduled mean-field-type control, stochastic control, risk minimization, risk-neutral mean-field-type control, risk-sensitive mean-field-type control, continuous stirred tank reactor.  ...  ., the Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR), whose deterministic version has been presented in [27] . Here, we use the non-linear stochastic model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2997249 fatcat:oqgt4aatmfhsljqnulqxibrjvi

A Novel Procedure for Minimizing the Volume of Water Tanks in Water Supply Systems

Domagoj Nakic, Bojan Djurin, Julian Hunt, Sara Dadar
2022 Water  
The solution was determined with combinations of the start and duration of water pumping in the water tank, for which the minimum required volume of the tank is obtained.  ...  Due to the complexity of calculating the minimum required volume of water tanks and the associated regime of pumping water into the tank depending on the consumption pattern in the water supply systems  ...  of water in the tank, and V MAX (t) is the maximum allowable volume of water in the tank.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14111731 fatcat:3vadmj2dvzd7nde67q5g2fpdg4

Determining Critical Submergence in Tanks by Means of Reynolds & Weber Numbers

Carlos Julián Gavilán Moreno
2014 World Journal of Engineering and Technology  
quickly the tank is drained (outlet flow divided by tank section).  ...  not so much for tanks.  ... 
doi:10.4236/wjet.2014.23024 fatcat:w4p2zyjxmzfhpgidt2ttfvepsq

Human Motion Anticipation with Symbolic Label [article]

Julian Tanke, Andreas Weber, Juergen Gall
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Anticipating human motion depends on two factors: the past motion and the person's intention. While the first factor has been extensively utilized to forecast short sequences of human motion, the second one remains elusive. In this work we approximate a person's intention via a symbolic representation, for example fine-grained action labels such as walking or sitting down. Forecasting a symbolic representation is much easier than forecasting the full body pose with its complex
more » ... . However, knowing the future actions makes forecasting human motion easier. We exploit this connection by first anticipating symbolic labels and then generate human motion, conditioned on the human motion input sequence as well as on the forecast labels. This allows the model to anticipate motion changes many steps ahead and adapt the poses accordingly. We achieve state-of-the-art results on short-term as well as on long-term human motion forecasting.
arXiv:1912.06079v2 fatcat:a7ihltc5s5fpzh36dbauk433gi

Persistence of pathogens in liquid pig manure processed in manure tanks and biodigesters

Oscar Betancur H, Antonio Betancourt E, Julián Estrada A, Francisco Henao U
2016 Revista MVZ Cordoba  
For the manure tank, a 250 liters tank was filled with fresh pig manure and was analyzed after three days of storage.  ...  In manure tanks, Porcine Circovirus type 2 (PCV2), mold, yeast, Salmonella spp., Balantidium coli and Strongylids did not persist.  ...  It is important to clarify that in some farms tanks similar to manure tanks are used to store effluent from the biodigesters.  ... 
doi:10.21897/rmvz.33 fatcat:x3jvfng7hra7zlglqas33bb37q

Adversarial Synthesis of Human Pose from Text [article]

Yifei Zhang, Rania Briq, Julian Tanke, Juergen Gall
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This work focuses on synthesizing human poses from human-level text descriptions. We propose a model that is based on a conditional generative adversarial network. It is designed to generate 2D human poses conditioned on human-written text descriptions. The model is trained and evaluated using the COCO dataset, which consists of images capturing complex everyday scenes with various human poses. We show through qualitative and quantitative results that the model is capable of synthesizing
more » ... le poses matching the given text, indicating that it is possible to generate poses that are consistent with the given semantic features, especially for actions with distinctive poses.
arXiv:2005.00340v2 fatcat:kg53ijt3sreypkrwrhbpqojl3y

Continuous enzymatic stirred tank reactor cascade with unconventional medium yielding high concentrations of (S)-2-hydroxyphenyl propanone and its derivatives

Reinhard Oeggl, Juliane Diedrich, Eric von Lieres, Dörte Rother
2021 Catalysis science & technology  
of a single continuous stirred tank reactor.  ...  Setup of a single continuous stirred tank reactor. The herein described principle for setting up a continuous stirred tank reactor also applies to all below described cSTR-cascade setups.  ... 
doi:10.1039/d0cy01666g fatcat:jp37fsjpr5bxrohcv34xrhlugu

The effects of rain and fallen debris on macroinvertebrate colonization of artificial water tanks and their implications for bromeliad communities

Julián Monge-Najera, Kyle Gename
1969 Cuadernos de investigación UNED  
when rain or debris were prevented from reaching the tanks.  ...  Tanks isolated from rainfall had few culicid mosquitoes and earwigs (Fig. 1) .  ... 
doi:10.22458/urj.v6i1.313 fatcat:ljv2gkthabf3xkjjmqvlxnzydi

Public participation in EIA: the case of West African Gas Pipeline and Tank Farm projects in Nigeria

Akeem Morounkeji Lawal, Stefan Bouzarovski, Julian Clark
2013 Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal  
This paper assesses the extent to which public participation has been fully translated into practice the case of West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) and Tank Farm (TF) projects in Nigeria.  ...  This has called for exploration of the Nigeria experience, in terms of establishing whether public participation provisions as documented in the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) and Tank Farm (TF) EIA  ...  Case study of Tank Farm The TF projects and indigenous oil company's projects in particular are meant to comply with the content of FEMNV EIA legislation, but this has not been fully achieved to a larger  ... 
doi:10.1080/14615517.2013.802419 fatcat:5rqzz7evxrbr3mexprxe5j2hlu

Bonn Activity Maps: Dataset Description [article]

Julian Tanke, Oh-Hun Kwon, Patrick Stotko, Radu Alexandru Rosu, Michael Weinmann, Hassan Errami, Sven Behnke, Maren Bennewitz, Reinhard Klein, Andreas Weber, Angela Yao, Juergen Gall
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In addition, we provide 3D skeletons for each person which were generated using the method by Tanke and Gall [42] .  ...  This list has a one-to-one mapping to the frames property and is generated using the method by Tanke and Gall [42] . A pose consists of 24 joints each being represented by a 3D point.  ... 
arXiv:1912.06354v1 fatcat:ucnnp2c4nfbdzbdyvnkycmciz4

Continuous enzymatic stirred tank reactor cascade with unconventional medium yielding high concentrations of (S)-2-hydroxyphenyl propanone and its derivatives

Reinhard Oeggl, Juliane Glaser, Eric von Lieres, Dörte Rother
2021 Catalysis science & technology (2021). doi:10.1039/D0CY01666G  
Hence, three continuous stirred tank reactors (cSTR) were conjugated in a technical cascade with an additional influx of acetaldehyde into each unit.  ...  View Article Online Model of a single continuous stirred tank reactor.  ...  Setup of a single continuous stirred tank reactor. The herein described principle for setting up a continuous stirred tank reactor also applies to all below described cSTR-cascade setups.  ... 
doi:10.18154/rwth-2021-11135 fatcat:nj6tjo42zfeopc6nt3lhcvnowm

Determination of rate constants by a double-line flow injection method incorporating a well-stirred tank reactor

Roger T. Echols, Julian F. Tyson
1994 Talanta: The International Journal of Pure and Applied Analytical Chemistry  
Equations have been derived for the concentration-time profiles of reactants and products in a first order reaction obtained on passage of a reactant plug through a single well-stirred tank reactor.  ...  To achieve WST conditions, flow tubing must be minimized; short lengths of tubing are required to introduce the analyte into the tank and to connect the tank to the detector.  ...  The well-stirred tank (WST) model has been used by Pardue 25 -27 and Tyson 28 in the deri vation of equations describing the passage of a slug of analyte through a well-stirred tank reactor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0039-9140(94)00167-7 pmid:18966132 fatcat:mxqldvwnqnavnaabvydwuwktyu
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