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Peter König y José Luis Guzmán Dalbora (editores): Gustav Radbruch: penalista, filósofo, humanista, Ediciones Olejnik, Santiago de Chile, 2019. 196 páginas

Josefa Ignacia Silva Navarrete
2020 Revista Española de Derecho Penal y Criminología  
Recensión del libro "Gustav Radbruch: penalista, filósofo, humanista" editado por Peter König y José Luis Guzmán Dalbora.  ...  Para finalizar el primer eje del libro, Peter König presenta «Derecho y Religión», una síntesis de la filosofía religiosa del Derecho de Radbruch, tema muy poco conocido en nuestro medio y muy original  ... 
doi:10.5944/rdpc.22.2019.27469 fatcat:cf4fxv7ekndnrj6kypdbftnxqm

Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis [chapter]

Peter Wende
2017 Englische Könige und Königinnen der Neuzeit  
Englische Könige und Königinnen der Neuzeit Von Heinrich VII. bis Elisabeth II. Herausgegeben von Peter Wende C.H.  ...  Beck Mit 23 Abbildungen und einem Stammbaum Die erste Auflage dieses Buches erschien 1998 unter dem Titel «Englische Könige und Königinnen» als gebundene Ausgabe. 1., aktualisierte Auflage (in der  ... 
doi:10.17104/9783406706646-1 fatcat:4yifanvmlffqhomdxiigyko6fq

Embodied Spatial Knowledge Acquisition in Immersive Virtual Reality: Comparison to Map Exploration

Sabine U. König, Ashima Keshava, Viviane Clay, Kirsten Rittershofer, Nicolas Kuske, Peter König, Peter König
2021 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
The presented manuscript was published on the pre-print server bioRxiv (König et al., 2020) .  ...  For more detailed information, see König et al. (2017) and König et al. (2019) .  ...  König et al. (2017) investigated spatial knowledge of the city of Osnabrück after at least one year of living in the city.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2021.625548 doaj:0cde2a91ef064bef87bd823a361506ef fatcat:a4qs33qcffgr5i2xhmiqidcznm

Ordered random walks [article]

Peter Eichelsbacher, Wolfgang Konig
2006 arXiv   pre-print
We construct the conditional version of k independent and identically distributed random walks on given that they stay in strict order at all times. This is a generalisation of so-called non-colliding or non-intersecting random walks, the discrete variant of Dyson's Brownian motions, which have been considered yet only for nearest-neighbor walks on the lattice. Our only assumptions are moment conditions on the steps and the validity of the local central limit theorem. The conditional process is
more » ... constructed as a Doob h-transform with some positive regular function V that is strongly related with the Vandermonde determinant and reduces to that function for simple random walk. Furthermore, we prove an invariance principle, i.e., a functional limit theorem towards Dyson's Brownian motions, the continuous analogue.
arXiv:math/0610850v1 fatcat:qkxvmpc4avcjfelz732sgieify

Peter Gosse: Standwaage. Gedichte

Fritz H König
1991 GDR Bulletin  
König University of Northern Iowa Habermas, Jürgen. Die nachholende Revolution. Kleine politische Schriften VII. Frartkfurta.M.:Suhrkamp/1990.226 S. DM14.  ... 
doi:10.4148/gdrb.v17i2.1010 fatcat:abqvxzycpzbzhgchjalkiyku6q

Eye tracking in virtual reality [article]

Viviane Clay, Peter König, Sabine U. König
2019 Journal of Eye Movement Research  
It is a follow-up of a study conducted in our lab investigating coding of spatial information about houses and streets in the real world (König, Goeke, Meilinger, & König, 2017) .  ...  This virtual city was designed in a way so that it would be optimal for the tasks of the original study (König et al., 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.12.1.3 pmid:33828721 pmcid:PMC7903250 fatcat:zvuivqe3c5hcxgd463ot2mdm7y

Interview with Peter Gosse

Fritz H König
1990 GDR Bulletin  
INTERVIEW MIT PETER GOSSE Peter Gosse wurde 1938 in Leipzig geboren.  ...  Das Interview wurde im Herbst 1990 von Fritz König (University of Northern Iowa) geführt.  ... 
doi:10.4148/gdrb.v16i2.963 fatcat:7xvpczw3hzhbto6rglbrmad4gi

Peter Gosse: Poesiealbum 252

Fritz H König
1989 GDR Bulletin  
Das letzte Gedicht "Der Stern" schließt mit den Worten: te 1 König: Peter Gosse: Poesiealbum 252 Published by New Prairie Press, 1989 zehntausend des Feuers.  ...  Jetzt ging sie aus Erde, Feuer, Fritz König University of Northern Iowa Grosz, Christiane. Die Tochter. Berlin: Aufbau, 1987. 237 pp. Verstehen und Liebe möglich sind" (237).  ... 
doi:10.4148/gdrb.v15i1.897 fatcat:csp2ya42s5gufa45nxc2mjlvbe

Zur Pragmatik von Konzessivsätzen [article]

Ekkehard König, Peter Eisenberg
1984 Zenodo  
Altmann 1976; König 1981).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5854907 fatcat:q57ffn3f7rcmbkmp6zvbe2ygfy

Are allocentric spatial reference frames compatible with theories of Enactivism? [article]

Sabine U. Konig, Caspar Goeke, Tobias Meilinger, Peter Konig
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
sensory augmentation device that gives spatial information of the cardinal north direction spatial relations play an important role in participants spatial perception and action (Kaspar et al. 2014; König  ... 
doi:10.1101/170316 fatcat:kxnkw5da6bdv5gnra3bo4b5dsa

Soziologie und Sozialgeschichte, Aspekte und Probleme, Sonderheft 16 der Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (edited by René König, Köln), edited by Peter Christian LudzSoziologie und Sozialgeschichte, Aspekte und Probleme, Sonderheft 16 der Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (edited by René König, Köln), edited by Peter Christian Ludz. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1973. 623 pp

Friedrich-Wilhelm Henning
1976 Canadian Journal of History  
REVIEWS Soziologie und Sozialgeschichte, Aspekte und Probleme, Sonderheft 16 der Ké/iner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (edited by René Konig, Kdin), edited by Peter Christian Ludz.  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.11.1.95 fatcat:jy6wkpr3kven5f65enzgw3vpm4

Auftrag: »Mehr Hände ans Bett«

Peter Faiß, Peter-Christian König, Rachel Maria Thronberens
2014 Sozialwirtschaft  
PeterChristian König hatte die Gesamtprojekt leitung im IT Projekt.  ... 
doi:10.5771/1613-0707-2014-5-40 fatcat:cnlgv7pycbalngptufwjvnf4h4

König Peter I. von Serbien

O.W.
1903
März 1395 wohnte er in Genf an der Rue Bellot Nr. 5 im ersten Stock- werk, und unter dem Namen "Le Prince Pierre Karageorgevitch " war er da eine König Peter I.  ...  König Pêtev I. von Serbien.  ... 
doi:10.5169/seals-574695 fatcat:nfoiyknfdbcnlau5bxwqbxfu4i

Entorhinal cortex receptive fields are modulated by spatial attention, even without movement [article]

Niklas Wilming, Peter König, Seth König, Elizabeth A. Buffalo
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
Grid cells have been identified in the entorhinal cortex in a variety of species and allow for the precise decoding of position in space. Along with potentially playing an important role in navigation, grid cells have recently been hypothesized to make a general contribution to mental operations, including remembering the past and thinking about the future. A prerequisite for this hypothesis is that grid cell activity does not critically depend on physical movement. Directed attention, which
more » ... tributes to virtually all mental operations and can be separated from physical movement provides a good test case to investigate this hypothesis. Overt attention in the form of fixational eye movements leads to grid-like firing fields in the monkey entorhinal cortex. Here we show that movement of covert attention, without any physical movement, also elicits spatial receptive fields with a triangular tiling of the space. In monkeys trained to maintain central fixation while covertly attending to a stimulus moving in the periphery we identified a significant population (20/141, 14% neurons at a FDR < 5%) of entorhinal cells with spatially structured receptive fields. Further, we were able to identify a population of neurons that were labeled as grid cells on an individual basis. This contrast with our recordings obtained in the hippocampus, where grid-like representations were not observed. Our results provide compelling evidence that neurons in macaque entorhinal cortex do not rely on physical movement. Notably, these results support the notion that grid cells may be capable of serving a variety of different cognitive functions and suggest that grid cells are a versatile component of many neural algorithms.
doi:10.1101/183327 fatcat:47pdxsgzfnbdnansxkde4t3q5u

Exploration and Exploitation in Natural Viewing Behavior

Ricardo Ramos Gameiro, Kai Kaspar, Sabine U. König, Sontje Nordholt, Peter König
2017 Scientific Reports  
Many eye-tracking studies investigate visual behavior with a focus on image features and the semantic content of a scene. A wealth of results on these aspects is available, and our understanding of the decision process where to look has reached a mature stage. However, the temporal aspect, whether to stay and further scrutinize a region (exploitation) or to move on and explore image regions that were yet not in the focus of attention (exploration) is less well understood. Here, we investigate
more » ... e trade-off between these two processes across stimuli with varying properties and sizes. In a free viewing task, we examined gaze parameters in humans, involving the central tendency, entropy, saccadic amplitudes, number of fixations and duration of fixations. The results revealed that the central tendency and entropy scaled with stimulus size. The mean saccadic amplitudes showed a linear increase that originated from an interaction between the distribution of saccades and the spatial bias. Further, larger images led to spatially more extensive sampling as indicated by a higher number of fixations at the expense of reduced fixation durations. These results demonstrate a profound shift from exploitation to exploration as an adaptation of main gaze parameters with increasing image size. Vision is the key modality by which humans interact with the environment. However, our processing capacity is limited regarding attention 1-5 . In fact, visual attention is an integral part of our interaction with the environment. By focusing the line of sight by eye movements, humans actively select regions of interest for in-depth processing with high spatial resolution [6] [7] [8] . Therefore, investigating the visual system with an emphasis on overt visual attention has developed into a most active research topic in cognitive science 9 . Although vision evolves in an alternation of saccades and fixations, overt visual attention is a continuous process. We constantly have to decide whether to move on to sample another image region or to linger in the currently fixated region for in-depth processing. In analogy to other science areas, here we label these two processes exploration and exploitation respectively 10 . Thus, each decision to fixate on a new location terminates scrutinizing of the currently fixated region and establishes a classic exploration-exploitation dilemma 11, 12 . In visual behavior, the number and spatial distribution of fixations characterize the exploration of a scene 13 . By contrast, the time spent at a fixated location (i.e., fixation duration) reflects the degree of in-depth processing of what is observed and hence characterizes the exploitation aspect [14] [15] [16] . However, given time constraints for image observation and interpretation, exploration of the whole visual scene and exploitation of local image regions impose conflicting requirements. Consequently, while scanning a scene, overt attention in visual behavior consists of a continuous interplay between exploration and exploitation. Vision research has identified several factors that influence eye movement behavior. These factors can be classified as top-down and bottom-up influences 2, 17-20 as well as spatial viewing biases [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] . Top-down effects are aspects of the observing agent, the task, and the context. In particular, top-down factors comprise the observer's current motivational state and time-independent personality traits 26, 27 . Furthermore, the observer's current emotional state 28, 29 as well as the emotional valence of external objects [30] [31] [32] are strong top-down influences on exploration and exploitation. Top-down factors also cover specific personal interests 33 that may be different depending on the current task performed by the observer 34, 35 . Overall, such top-down factors play a major role in viewing behavior and can explain a large part of the variance in eye movements. By contrast, bottom-up factors comprise the properties of the stimulus that influences the selection of fixation locations. These properties may relate to primary contrasts (e.g., luminance, color, and saturation). For instance, edge information and high contrast of image regions play a role in attracting fixations 23, [36] [37] [38] . In fact, models based on the concept of a salience map that incorporates such basic image properties can predict human visual
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-02526-1 pmid:28536434 pmcid:PMC5442137 fatcat:cwo4qwl7xngcpnzht5442yuzfe
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