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Natures of Data: A Discussion Between Biology, History, and Philosophy of Science and Art by Philipp Fischer [Review]

Adam Katz
2020 Double Helix: A Journal of Critical Thinking and Writing  
doi:10.37514/dbh-j.2020.8.1.04 fatcat:bp3xxd2uurbejdh5gl5pzp7xpq

Digital Availability of Product Information for Collaborative Engineering of Spacecraft [article]

Diana Peters, Philipp M. Fischer, Philipp M. Schäfer, Kobkaew Opasjumruskit, Andreas Gerndt
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we introduce a system to collect product information from manufacturers and make it available in tools that are used for concurrent design of spacecraft. The planning of a spacecraft needs experts from different disciplines, like propulsion, power, and thermal. Since these different disciplines rely on each other there is a high need for communication between them, which is often realized by a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) process and corresponding tools. We show by
more » ... rison that the product information provided by manufacturers often does not match the information needed by MBSE tools on a syntactic or semantic level. The information from manufacturers is also currently not available in machine-readable formats. Afterwards, we present a prototype of a system that makes product information from manufacturers directly available in MBSE tools, in a machine-readable way.
arXiv:1905.12548v1 fatcat:6jvyjjq54rb6zf7j7suho6sprm

Wieland gyration for triangular fully packed loop configurations [article]

Sabine Beil, Ilse Fischer, Philippe Nadeau
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Triangular fully packed loop configurations (TFPLs) emerged as auxiliary objects in the study of fully packed loop configurations on a square (FPLs) corresponding to link patterns with a large number of nested arches. Wieland gyration, on the other hand, was invented to show the rotational invariance of the numbers A_π of FPLs corresponding to a given link pattern π. The focus of this article is the definition and study of Wieland gyration on TFPLs. We show that the repeated application of this
more » ... gyration eventually leads to a configuration that is left invariant. We also provide a characterization of such stable configurations. Finally we apply our gyration to the study of TFPL configurations, in particular giving new and simple proofs of several results.
arXiv:1406.1657v1 fatcat:hr4bfmdmurfila2lp2afmiynmq

Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics [chapter]

Philipp Scherer, Sighart F. Fischer
2010 Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering  
These are preliminary lecture notes, intended only for distribution to participants. strada costiera, I I -34OI4trieste italy -tel. +39 04022401 I I fax +39 040224163
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-85610-8_10 fatcat:z6sk6u5nsbgl3fi5tfb4tfxvya

Ueber Rosindole

Emil Fischer, Philipp Wagner
1887 Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft  
Emil Fiaoher und Philipp Wagner: Ueber Rosindole. [Aus dem chemischen Laboratorium der Universitat Wiirzburg.] (Eingegangen am 17. Mgrz 1856.)  ... 
doi:10.1002/cber.188702001185 fatcat:547wf44plzbt5cnf3ls3m6h7xe

Le parcours de sécularité d'un protestant au siècle des Lumières : Philippe Frédéric de Dietrich (1748-1793)

Daniel Fischer
2017 Revue d'Alsace  
(Daniel Fischer).  ...  Daniel Fischer). Doctorant en histoire moderne à l'Université de Strasbourg et professeur agrégé à l'ESPE de Le parcours de sécularité d'un protestant au siècle des Lumières : Philippe F...  ... 
doi:10.4000/alsace.2586 fatcat:kvrbuv5nmbbbplq7wsoctn3t7m

Savoirs de l'expertise et trajectoire sociale : le cas de Philippe Frédéric de Dietrich (1748-1793)1

Daniel Fischer
2021 Revue d'Alsace  
Position de thèse Savoirs de l'expertise et trajectoire sociale : le cas de Philippe Frédéric de Dietrich (1748-1793) 1 Daniel Fischer Philippe Frédéric de Dietrich (1748-1793), présenté habituellement  ...  Charles-Edmond perrin, « A lost identity: Philippe Frederic, Baron de Dietrich (1748-1793) », Isis: Official Journal of the History of the Sciences Society, n o 73, p. 545-551. 12.  ... 
doi:10.4000/alsace.4991 fatcat:o62pnixjbba6xlyphgs377gqnu

Der Atem der Architektur? Klimakammern der Moderne und Gegenwart: Mies van der Rohe, Philippe Rahm und Terrain [chapter]

Ole W. Fischer
2021 Atem / Breath  
Klimakammern der Moderne und Gegenwart: Mies van der Rohe, Philippe Rahm und Terrain 21 Jean-Gilles Décosterd/Philippe Rahm, Distortions -Architecture 2000-2005, Orléans 2005, S. 1.  ...  Philippe Rahm, "Immediate Architecture", in: Margitta Buchert/Carl Zillich (Hg.), Performativ?  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110701876-019 fatcat:2ao7kqdbavertgtvg3zlw6toxu

Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner by Philipp Fischer 3 |

Thomas Dreier, Axel Metzger, Gerald Spindler, Lucie Guibault, Miquel Peguera, Séverine Dusollier, Joris Van Hoboken, Frederik Borgesius, Bart Van Der Sloot, Thomas Dreier, Axel Metzger, Ll (+21 others)
2015 unpublished
Fischer, Communications Network Traffic Data -Technical and Legal Aspects 19 37 Recital 24 and 25 of the e-Privacy Directive. See also S.  ... 

Fully Packed Loops in a triangle: matchings, paths and puzzles [article]

Ilse Fischer, Philippe Nadeau
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Fully Packed Loop configurations in a triangle (TFPLs) first appeared in the study of ordinary Fully Packed Loop configurations (FPLs) on the square grid where they were used to show that the number of FPLs with a given link pattern that has m nested arches is a polynomial function in m. It soon turned out that TFPLs possess a number of other nice properties. For instance, they can be seen as a generalized model of Littlewood-Richardson coefficients. We start our article by introducing oriented
more » ... versions of TFPLs; their main advantage in comparison with ordinary TFPLs is that they involve only local constraints. Three main contributions are provided. Firstly, we show that the number of ordinary TFPLs can be extracted from a weighted enumeration of oriented TFPLs and thus it suffices to consider the latter. Secondly, we decompose oriented TFPLs into two matchings and use a classical bijection to obtain two families of nonintersecting lattice paths (path tangles). This point of view turns out to be extremely useful for giving easy proofs of previously known conditions on the boundary of TFPLs necessary for them to exist. One example is the inequality d(u)+d(v)<=d(w) where u,v,w are 01-words that encode the boundary conditions of ordinary TFPLs and d(u) is the number of cells in the Ferrers diagram associated with u. In the third part we consider TFPLs with d(w)- d(u)-d(v)=0,1; in the first case their numbers are given by Littlewood-Richardson coefficients, but also in the second case we provide formulas that are in terms of Littlewood-Richardson coefficients. The proofs of these formulas are of a purely combinatorial nature.
arXiv:1209.1262v1 fatcat:nkmnm3s5tvfgbmqm7davojmo7u

U-Net: Convolutional Networks for Biomedical Image Segmentation [article]

Olaf Ronneberger and Philipp Fischer and Thomas Brox
2015 arXiv   pre-print
There is large consent that successful training of deep networks requires many thousand annotated training samples. In this paper, we present a network and training strategy that relies on the strong use of data augmentation to use the available annotated samples more efficiently. The architecture consists of a contracting path to capture context and a symmetric expanding path that enables precise localization. We show that such a network can be trained end-to-end from very few images and
more » ... forms the prior best method (a sliding-window convolutional network) on the ISBI challenge for segmentation of neuronal structures in electron microscopic stacks. Using the same network trained on transmitted light microscopy images (phase contrast and DIC) we won the ISBI cell tracking challenge 2015 in these categories by a large margin. Moreover, the network is fast. Segmentation of a 512x512 image takes less than a second on a recent GPU. The full implementation (based on Caffe) and the trained networks are available at .
arXiv:1505.04597v1 fatcat:k7liwixtcjd3dh7owef4jsc34q

Dyson-Schwinger approach to baryon number fluctuations [article]

Philipp Isserstedt, Michael Buballa, Christian S. Fischer, Pascal J. Gunkel
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We summarize our results on baryon number fluctuations at nonzero temperature and chemical potential. They are obtained from solutions of a coupled set of Dyson-Schwinger equations for the quark and gluon propagators of QCD in Landau gauge with N_f=2+1 quark flavors. In comparison with preliminary STAR data, our results are compatible with a critical endpoint at large chemical potential and a freeze-out line that bends below it.
arXiv:1911.02677v1 fatcat:l3p4unovdbb4fnmhz6m7zwlitu

On the mechanism of imine elimination from Fischer tungsten carbene complexes

Philipp Veit, Christoph Förster, Katja Heinze
2016 Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry  
Nucleophilic substitution of the alkoxy substituent OR by amines gives access to α-ferrocenylamino Fischer carbene complexes [18, 20, 21, [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] , according to the classical Fischer  ...  All reagents were used as received from commercial suppliers (ABCR, Acros Organics, Alfa Aesar, Fischer Scientific, Fluka and Sigma-Aldrich).  ... 
doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.125 pmid:27559381 pmcid:PMC4979739 fatcat:ai57zqohdfggjjpatbgsez4qwq

Dimethylamidazobenzol als Indicator für Alkalimetrie

Bernhard Fischer, Otto Philipp
1885 Archiv der Pharmazie  
Fischer u. 0. Philipp, Dhetbylamidoazobonzol als Indicator.  ...  Von Bernhard Fischer und O t t o Philipp. (Pharmacologisches Institut zu Berlin.) An Indicatoren fiir s a w e Endreaction besitzen wir bekanntlich keinen Ueberfluss.  ...  Philipp, Dimethylamidoazobenzol als Indicator. 435 Indicatoren den ersten Rang ein, trotzdem sein Gebrauch, wie jedem Praktiker bekannt ist, mit manchen Unzutraglichkeiten verkntipft ist.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ardp.18852231106 fatcat:znqr6j4clfeyjj5fgxlzix4cgi

3D DNA origami crystals [article]

Tao Zhang, Caroline Hartl, Stefan Fischer, Kilian Frank, Philipp Nickels, Amelie Heuer-Jungemann, Bert Nickel, Tim Liedl
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Fischer, S. et al. Shape and Interhelical Spacing of DNA Origami Nanostructures Studied by Small-Angle X-ray Scattering. Nano Lett. 16, 4282-4287 (2016). 37. Yager, K.  ...  We thank Susanne Kempter for her help on TEM imaging and Philipp Altpeter on SEM imaging. We thank Alexander M. Maier, Iain MacPherson, and Florian Schüder for helpful discussions.  ... 
arXiv:1706.06965v1 fatcat:3fbxtb5ikves7er3n7sps5ci34
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