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Brief an Johann Werner Huber

Emanuel Didymus
1587 unpublished
doi:10.7891/e-manuscripta-115072 fatcat:emfumrzubvbrpouuyqa4a2rxda

Dimension-free entanglement detection in multipartite Werner states [article]

Felix Huber, Igor Klep, Victor Magron, Jurij Volčič
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Werner states are multipartite quantum states that are invariant under the diagonal conjugate action of the unitary group.  ...  For a given Werner state, the construction of a dimension-free entanglement witness is formulated as an optimization problem. To solve it, two semidefinite programming hierarchies are introduced.  ...  With some abuse of notation we can then write a Werner state ̺ as (1) ̺ = σ∈Sn r σ σ, r σ ∈ C . That is, Werner states are parametrized by elements of the group algebra CS n .  ... 
arXiv:2108.08720v2 fatcat:4ssl52fndfb35omxudgxgzejda

Brief an Joh[ann] Werner Huber [article]

Emanuel Didymus
1587 unpublished
doi:10.7891/e-manuscripta-352 fatcat:ivzvimswuzhe3muozfk4s37mlq

Contents [chapter]

Franz Huber, Thomas E. Moore, Werner Loher
2019 Cricket Behavior and Neurobiology  
Werner Loher 4. Structure and Function of the Endocrine System 114 Werner Loher and Malcolm D. Zaretsky 5. Vision and Visually Guided Behavior Hans-Willi Honegger and Raymond Campan 6.  ...  Vibrational Responses Werner Gnatzy and Reinhold Hustert 8. Songs and the Physics of Sound Production 227 Henry C. Bennet-Clark 9.  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501745904-toc fatcat:3cd7hs4erncehfpn2j4vjsinze

Preface [chapter]

Franz Huber, Thomas E. Moore, Werner Loher
2019 Cricket Behavior and Neurobiology  
The world of crickets is a world of scientific adventure and human fascination. Most cricket species are musical, sound-producing insects that have long been part of human life and lore. For instance, according to Polynesian creed, crickets are embodiments of the souls of loved ones, and in many countries a cricket singing at the hearth is thought to bring luck and protect the home against evil spirits. The fierce rivalry behavior of male crickets was well known in ancient China; games were
more » ... nized and bets were waged on the outcome of their battles. But it is the elaborate behavior of crickets, and especially their acoustic communication, which has always drawn the most attention from biologists and the general public. This multiauthored book offers an introduction to cricket behavior, especially acoustic behavior, and neurobiology. It tells about the manifold strategies crickets employ in matching development with seasons and habitats, finding mates, and avoiding parasites and predators, and it describes the physiological mechanisms, especially the neuronal mechanisms, underlying cricket behaviors. Even though 64 genera and 116 species of crickets are mentioned, representing the 13 subfamilies ofGiyllidae throughout the world, this book is not a monograph; rather it deals with selected aspects of cricket biology assembled under the umbrella of behavior and neurobiology. In fact, most information available from such combined studies comes from fewer than a half dozen species in one subfamily. \!Vhy have crickets remained so interesting to so many generations of students of animal behavior and physiology and become model systems for behavioral physiology and neuroethology? Probably because crickets display elaborate behaviors that can easily be studied in the field and in the laboratory. Some of their behavioral patterns can be measured with high resolution, even in partially restrained animals. These behaviors provide important insights into many sensmy, neuromuscular, neuroenix X Preface
doi:10.7591/9781501745904-002 fatcat:hauldbquorhitjvpgl7ulkspee

Brief an Johann Werner Hubers nachgelassene Erben [article]

Theobaldus Fettich
1587 unpublished
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doi:10.7891/e-manuscripta-1259 fatcat:di623yoal5en7lutczt4fj2lyu

G. B. SHAW

WERNER HUBER
1980 Notes and Queries  
WERNER HUBER Franz-Werfel-Str. 9, D-6500 Mainz, W. Germany KARL MARX.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/27-3-245c fatcat:lmrmeegkdzdsnoqmbevuwhgdkq

Anisotropic Huber-L1 Optical Flow

Manuel Werlberger, Werner Trobin, Thomas Pock, Andreas Wedel, Daniel Cremers, Horst Bischof
2009 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 2009  
First, we will discuss the deficiencies of an isotropic Total Variation regularization and introduce an anisotropic (i.e. image-driven) regularization based on the robust Huber norm.  ...  1 (A-Huber-L 1 ), and anisotropic Huber-L 1 with symmetry constraint (A-Hub.  ...  Therefore, the biconjugate is equivalent to the initial anisotropic Huber norm f * * H ( q d ) = f H ( q d ).  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.23.108 dblp:conf/bmvc/WerlbergerTPWCB09 fatcat:q4c3nqzjbjc5rkl7ycweevjdmi

Reinforcement learning of minimalist grammars [article]

Peter beim Graben, Ronald Römer, Werner Meyer, Markus Huber, Matthias Wolff
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Speech-controlled user interfaces facilitate the operation of devices and household functions to laymen. State-of-the-art language technology scans the acoustically analyzed speech signal for relevant keywords that are subsequently inserted into semantic slots to interpret the user's intent. In order to develop proper cognitive information and communication technologies, simple slot-filling should be replaced by utterance meaning transducers (UMT) that are based on semantic parsers and a mental
more » ... lexicon, comprising syntactic, phonetic and semantic features of the language under consideration. This lexicon must be acquired by a cognitive agent during interaction with its users. We outline a reinforcement learning algorithm for the acquisition of syntax and semantics of English utterances, based on minimalist grammar (MG), a recent computational implementation of generative linguistics. English declarative sentences are presented to the agent by a teacher in form of utterance meaning pairs (UMP) where the meanings are encoded as formulas of predicate logic. Since MG codifies universal linguistic competence through inference rules, thereby separating innate linguistic knowledge from the contingently acquired lexicon, our approach unifies generative grammar and reinforcement learning, hence potentially resolving the still pending Chomsky-Skinner controversy.
arXiv:2005.00359v1 fatcat:wl35pwsb3najdgc5etzuquqgye

Brief an die Erben von Johann Werner Huber

Theobaldus Fettich
1587 unpublished
Fettich, Theobaldus Heidelberg, 27. Junii [15]87 Universitätsbibliothek Basel Shelf Mark: UBH G2 I 16:111 Persistent Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.7891/e-manuscripta-115067 www.e-manuscripta.ch Die Plattform e-manuscripta.ch ist ein Kooperationsprojekt von Institutionen aus dem schweizerischen Bibliotheks-und Archivbereich und wird finanziell von diesen getragen. Das Spektrum umfasst alle Arten von handschriftlichen Dokumenten vornehmlich aus der Neuzeit.
doi:10.7891/e-manuscripta-115067 fatcat:obvxp4v5srdwhm44v6mwnpg42y

Reinforcement Learning of Minimalist Numeral Grammars [article]

Peter beim Graben, Ronald Römer, Werner Meyer, Markus Huber, and Matthias Wolff
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Speech-controlled user interfaces facilitate the operation of devices and household functions to laymen. State-of-the-art language technology scans the acoustically analyzed speech signal for relevant keywords that are subsequently inserted into semantic slots to interpret the user's intent. In order to develop proper cognitive information and communication technologies, simple slot-filling should be replaced by utterance meaning transducers (UMT) that are based on semantic parsers and a mental
more » ... lexicon, comprising syntactic, phonetic and semantic features of the language under consideration. This lexicon must be acquired by a cognitive agent during interaction with its users. We outline a reinforcement learning algorithm for the acquisition of the syntactic morphology and arithmetic semantics of English numerals, based on minimalist grammar (MG), a recent computational implementation of generative linguistics. Number words are presented to the agent by a teacher in form of utterance meaning pairs (UMP) where the meanings are encoded as arithmetic terms from a suitable term algebra. Since MG encodes universal linguistic competence through inference rules, thereby separating innate linguistic knowledge from the contingently acquired lexicon, our approach unifies generative grammar and reinforcement learning, hence potentially resolving the still pending Chomsky-Skinner controversy.
arXiv:1906.04447v1 fatcat:e6iaztmzezhzpon3slg5xuqzfm

Deep Workpiece Region Segmentation for Bin Picking [article]

Muhammad Usman Khalid, Janik M. Hager, Werner Kraus, Marco F. Huber, Marc Toussaint
2019 arXiv   pre-print
For most industrial bin picking solutions, the pose of a workpiece is localized by matching a CAD model to point cloud obtained from 3D sensor. Distinguishing flat workpieces from bottom of the bin in point cloud imposes challenges in the localization of workpieces that lead to wrong or phantom detections. In this paper, we propose a framework that solves this problem by automatically segmenting workpiece regions from non-workpiece regions in a point cloud data. It is done in real time by
more » ... ng a fully convolutional neural network trained on both simulated and real data. The real data has been labelled by our novel technique which automatically generates ground truth labels for real point clouds. Along with real time workpiece segmentation, our framework also helps in improving the number of detected workpieces and estimating the correct object poses. Moreover, it decreases the computation time by approximately 1s due to a reduction of the search space for the object pose estimation.
arXiv:1909.03462v1 fatcat:fem3j652qjdtrniyvoacidmtlm

Methylation of DNA by incubation with methylamine and nitrite

Kurt W. Huber, Werner K. Lutz
1984 Carcinogenesis  
To whom reprint requests should be sent DNA was incubated in septum-dosed reaction vials with [ 14 C]methylamine and nitrite. The DNA was purified, hydrolysed with hydrochloric acid, and the purines were analysed by h.p.l.c. 7-Methylguanine was detectable as a result of DNA methylation in experiments performed in 100 mM acetate at pH 4. Using different concentrations of amine and nitrite a first order reaction for total amine and a second order for total nitrite could be shown. A study on the
more » ... dependence using 100 mM malonate buffer, pH 2.0 -6.0, revealed a maximum rate at pH 3.5, with steep slopes above and below this pH value, in agreement with a mathematical analysis of the reaction equations. The data show that the alkylating agent formed spontaneously by nitrosation and deamination of a primary amine has a long enough lifetime to react with DNA in vitro. Using the reaction orders established here, an extrapolation to lower concentrations found in the stomach can now be performed. Future in vivo experiments on the methylation of gastro-intestinal DNA then would show to what extent DNA in a cell is protected from alkylation.
doi:10.1093/carcin/5.3.403 pmid:6705144 fatcat:wbzmapeh5jcihp5skbnsyhfjsq

Media Violence and Youth Violence

Werner H. Hopf, Günter L. Huber, Rudolf H. Weiß
2008 Journal of Media Psychology  
Publishers © 2008 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers Journal of Media Psychology 2008; Vol. 20(3):79-96 Journal of Media Psychology 2008; Vol. 20(3):79-96 © 2008 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers1 While there  ...  On the political level, the discussion in Germany aims at prohibiting extremely violent electronic games ("killer games") (Lukesch, Hopf, Huber, & Weiß, 2006) .  ...  Huber, PhD, Prof. emer., is the retired Chair of Educational Psychology at the Department of Educational Psychology, Institute of Educational Sciences, University of Tübingen, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1027/1864-1105.20.3.79 fatcat:522mzroeyzdm3nxfpnsrtk63gy
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