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Marco Mumenthaler, Zürich Prix Jean-Marc Fischer Book reviews La Fondation Jean-Marc Fischer aé té créée suite au décès du Dr Fischer, médecinp sychiatre genevois. ... Der Les rédacteurs des écrits autorisent la Fondation Docteur Jean-Marc Fischer à les diffuser sur son site www.fondationdocteurjmf.com et publications. zweite Teil des Buches vermittelt die Strategien ...doi:10.4414/sanp.2011.02237 fatcat:zuxk7tg55bhd3pyvvcdvtxvq34
Correspondence to: Marc Fischer <email@example.com>. https://github.com/HRNet/ HRNet-Semantic-Segmentation 2 https://github.com/yanx27/Pointnet_ Pointnet2_pytorch ... Fischer et al. (2020) introduced an extension that allows computing a robustness radius over the parameter of a parametric transformation. ...arXiv:2107.00228v1 fatcat:en5lsm643fgqzejrl2rlyqt3ti
Fischer et al.: Monoterpene Metabolism in Yeast ... D-5,7 sterols Fischer et al.: Monoterpene Metabolism in Yeast (ergosterol and ergosta-5,7-dienol) were quantified by measuring the UV absorbance at 281.5 nm (Servouse and Karst, 1986) . ...doi:10.1002/bit.23129 pmid:21391209 fatcat:kc3kidqtojfx3moptyqtnypode
With the new editorial team, we keep the previous departmental structure: Joachim Gassen (Accounting), Thomas Gehrig (Finance), Thomas Hutzschenreuter (Management), Marc Fischer (Marketing), and Stefan ...doi:10.1007/s40685-015-0026-z fatcat:sow5zt5syreyzaa2t3nv4jijmm
Interview: Marc Fischer Nachgefragt source: https://doi.org/10.7892/boris.14710 | downloaded: 1.3.2020 Bär begnügte sich noch mit 419 000 Franken. ... Vergütungsbericht Trotz des Neins der Aktionäre werden die Entschädigungen nicht angetastet VON MARC FISCHER, ROMAN SEILER UND DORIS KLECK Julius Bär will die Kritik ernst nehmen Dominique Biedermann, ...doi:10.7892/boris.14710 fatcat:ayqnw5r4s5fztjons5yi376hqi
Familial (Sandrine Casarotto, Ulla Heckert-Hauck, Christine Kalonji, Jacqueline Klein-Zimmermann, Brigitte Marchand, Anne-Laure Ricard-Michaux) as well the private gynaecologists (Annick Aerts, Jean-Marc ...doi:10.1016/j.canep.2019.101593 pmid:31499377 fatcat:mq2crnkl4jhsdneghgn76pi6em
Fischer uses Russian liberalism as an example of the development of liberalism in all underdeveloped countries. ... Leontovitsch ( University of Frankfurt) and Fischer (Bran- deis University) are brave men. They have tackled a large and im- portant, yet much neglected sub- ject. ...doi:10.2307/125801 fatcat:kwnverxaoncdjbpt3sx2bdjnce
D Die Nationalbank lässt die Muskeln spielen KOMMENTAR @ firstname.lastname@example.org von Marc Fischer Dass ihm das Leben im Rampen- licht gefällt, hat der HSG-Alumnus Vincenz bereits früh selbst ...doi:10.7892/boris.59130 fatcat:672viqpvkjbmpjrhygvk5bif6a
For the inner minimization problem, Fischer et al. ... Unlike Fischer et al.  , our constraint language also supports constraints on categorical features. ...arXiv:2002.10312v2 fatcat:i3pgvjvphvafdmgaptmixiovlq
Fischer, Shin, If c < 0 and c CV c < − CV or (7a) If c > 0 and c CV c > − CV (7b) Proposition 3A. ... Fischer, Shin, and Hanssens: Brand Performance Volatility from Marketing Spending 208 Management Science 62(1), pp. 197-215, © 2016 INFORMS defined as earlier. ...doi:10.1287/mnsc.2014.2102 fatcat:6dr7qj4snfbh5exwlug2j2uzri
Developing high-performance and energy-efficient algorithms for maximum matchings is becoming increasingly important in social network analysis, computational sciences, scheduling, and others. In this work, we propose the first maximum matching algorithm designed for FPGAs; it is energy-efficient and has provable guarantees on accuracy, performance, and storage utilization. To achieve this, we forego popular graph processing paradigms, such as vertex-centric programming, that often entail largearXiv:2010.14684v1 fatcat:bkwhv6k66jfxjdvb5vwbdsqk6e
more »... communication costs. Instead, we propose a substream-centric approach, in which the input stream of data is divided into substreams processed independently to enable more parallelism while lowering communication costs. We base our work on the theory of streaming graph algorithms and analyze 14 models and 28 algorithms. We use this analysis to provide theoretical underpinning that matches the physical constraints of FPGA platforms. Our algorithm delivers high performance (more than 4x speedup over tuned parallel CPU variants), low memory, high accuracy, and effective usage of FPGA resources. The substream-centric approach could easily be extended to other algorithms to offer low-power and high-performance graph processing on FPGAs.
Fischer, Peter M. (i.E.): Eine Datenbasis zur Beobachtung des Schreibgebrauchs im Deutschen Gray, Jim (2003): Distributed Computing Economics. Technical Report MSR-TR-2003-24. ... Ba#ski, Piotr / Bingel, Joachim / Diewald, Nils / Frick, Elena / Hanl, Michael / Kupietz, Marc / P#zik, Piotr / Schnober, Carsten / Witt, Andreas (2013): "KorAP: the new corpus analysis platform at IDS ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.4645209 fatcat:had23z6buzhfpcdyrhaqcs6uxu
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A fine analysis of the statistics of dry granular avalanches in a rotating drum setup reveals that, beyond the fluctuations, the angle at which an avalanche ends is correlated experimentally to the angle at which the avalanche starts. This correlation resulting from inertia defines an intermediate "neutral" angle that characterizes the corresponding granular pile. In addition, an intensive study of the dynamics of the avalanche shows that the time duration of the avalanche is correlated to itsdoi:10.1103/physreve.78.021302 pmid:18850826 fatcat:a3bssihq5vg7hd3u2sf3z4fjhi
more »... mplitude, being smaller for higher amplitude. The time relaxation of the pile slope during any avalanche, governed by the deviation of the starting angle from the neutral angle, follows a master curve. A simple model recovers most of the results and contributes to a better understanding of the physics of the avalanche flow. Granular matter has been extensively studied by physicists for about two decades, especially the granular flows in different geometries-chute flows, rotating drums, inclined planes, confined piles, shear cells-searching for the granular rheology ͓1͔ with the unknown internal stresses of collisional or frictional origin. A better knowledge of granular flows is crucial in numerous natural or industrial situations ͑debris flows, snow avalanches, powder handling, etc.͒. Despite important progress, the mechanisms that make a pile relaxing by a sudden superficial avalanche flow from the starting angle m down to the stopping angle r are not yet well understood. It is known that there is experimentally a typical finite value of avalanche amplitude ⌬ = m − r ͓2͔, except if the pile is too small which leads to a power law distribution without any typical value ͓3͔. The avalanche amplitude is known to exhibit large fluctuations of order 1°a round a mean value of about few degrees, with a Gaussianlike distribution ͓2,4͔. Both characteristic angles m and r have also been found to fluctuate around a mean value, with smaller fluctuations for r than for m . If the starting angle m has essentially a geometrical origin ͓5͔ with a slight influence of solid friction or adhesion, except for high humidity level ͓6͔, the origin of the stopping angle r is less clear. A third angle arises from theoretical ideas: The concept of a dynamic or neutral angle which can be different from the angle of repose r indeed emerged progressively ͓4,7-10͔. This angle is introduced either as corresponding to the dynamic friction coefficient d = tan d at low velocities ͓4,8͔ or as the angle n for which the process of grain accretion compensates exactly the process of grain erosion ͓9,10͔. This angle n was measured only in an inclined open box experiment ͓11͔. Concerning the time duration of avalanches, if some theoretical studies ͓9,10͔ lead to some predictions, the few experimental studies ͓2,12͔ do not mention any dependence of the duration of avalanches with their amplitude. Furthermore, no experimental work concerns the detailed time relaxation of a pile slope except for situations very far from equilibrium ͓13-16͔. In this paper, we focus on the relaxation dynamics of natural granular avalanches. The experimental setup is a ro-tating cylinder of diameter 2R ranging from 8 to 50 cm and width b ranging from 2 to 10 cm. The drum is half filled with monodisperse glass beads of diameter d ranging from 0.2 to 8 mm. By a classical video camera ͑750ϫ 500 pixels, 50 images/ s͒, the entire pile is recorded and the interface is tracked by image analysis so as to measure its instantaneous mean slope angle ͑t͒ with a typical resolution of 0.01°. The drum is rotating slowly enough to be in the regime of discrete avalanches: A quick avalanche flow lasting typically 1 s arises after typically 1 min of solid rotation at the drum angular velocity ⍀ Ӎ 0.02°/ s, so that the typical time evolution of the pile slope is the one of Fig. 1 . Note that in this regime of natural avalanches, the interface remains flat during the avalanche flow and that no up or down fronts are observed. The measurement of the mean slope angle ͑t͒ of the pile thus remains pertinent at any time. The starting angle m ͑respectively the stopping angle r ͒ appears as the up ͑respectively down͒ tips in the "saw tooth" plot of Fig. 1 , fluctuating around the value 25°͑respectively 23.5°͒ with thus an avalanche amplitude ⌬ around 1.5°. The fluctuations of m , r , and ⌬ analyzed for a set of 340 successive avalanches can be seen in Fig. 2 . The corresponding histograms display bell shapes with the corresponding mean values and standard deviation: m = 25.1°Ϯ 0.3°, r = 23.4°Ϯ 0.15°, and ⌬ = 1.65°Ϯ 0.35°. The m and r values are close but their distributions do not 26 25 24 23 9400 9200 9000 8800 8600 8400 8200 t (s) θ m θ r FIG. 1. Time evolution of the pile slope for glass beads of diameter d = 1 mm in a drum of diameter 2R = 50 cm and width b = 5 cm rotating at the angular velocity ⍀ Ӎ 0.018°/ s.
In this paper, we present a novel approach to compute ambiguities in thinned uniform linear arrays, i.e., sparse non-uniform linear arrays, via a mixed-integer program. Ambiguities arise when there exists a set of distinct directions-of-arrival, for which the corresponding steering matrix is rank-deficient and are associated with nonunique parameter estimation. Our approach uses Young tableaux for which a submatrix of the steering matrix has a vanishing determinant, which can be expressedarXiv:2110.10756v1 fatcat:gi5nqlvdwrhite74jhqetogdsi
more »... h vanishing sums of unit roots. Each of these vanishing sums then corresponds to an ambiguous set of directions-of-arrival. We derive a method to enumerate such ambiguous sets using a mixed-integer program and present results on several examples.
In this paper, a unified approach to sequence-based control and estimation of linear networked systems with multiple sensors is proposed. Time delays and data losses in the controller-actuator-channel are compensated by sending sequences of control inputs. The sequence-based design paradigm is further extended to the sensor-controller-channels without increasing the load of the network. In this context, we present a recursive solution based on the Hypothesizing Distributed Kalman Filter (HKF)arXiv:1211.5086v1 fatcat:5xl22nsuw5cind3wphplhzp66e
more »... at is included in the overall sequence-based controller design.
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