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Konrad Bajer  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

These Proceedings are dedicated to our co-editor Konrad Bajer, who carried the lion's share of the work involved until his sudden and untimely death from cancer on 29th August 2014. Konrad was one of the key Organisers of the program "Topological Dynamics in the Physical and Biological Sciences" held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge from July to December 2012. During that time, he was on leave from the University of Warsaw, and held a Visiting Fellow Commonership at Trinity College, Cambridge. He had particular responsibility for the satellite workshop Tangled Magnetic Fields in Astro- and Plasma Physics, held at ICMS, Edinburgh, in October 2012. Konrad graduated in Physics from the University of Warsaw in 1980, and took his PhD in Fluid Dynamics at DAMTP, Cambridge, 1984-89. He was active in EUROMECH, having been a principal organiser of the European Turbulence Conference (ETC13) in Warsaw 2011, and the meeting Turbulence: the Historical Perspective that followed it. He has been equally active in IUTAM; his distinction was recognised by his very recent election to the Congress Committee of IUTAM. Konrad's research interests were in magnetohydrodynamics and vortex dynamics in classical and quantum systems; also in problems of gasifcation, in which he played a coordinating role at the University of Warsaw. He impressed all with his exceptionally warm and friendly personality, and will be greatly missed in the whole scientifc community.

2014-10-01

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Konrad Lorenz Forschungsstelle  

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Konrad Lorenz Forschungsstelle Fischerau 11. A-4645 Gr√ľnau (0043)-(0)7616-8510, fax: (0043--PlanckPlanck--GesellschaftGesellschaft finanziert, anschliefinanziert, anschlie√?√?end bis zum Tod von Konrad Lorenz, 1989, eher schlecht als rechtend bis zum Tod von Konrad Lorenz, 1989, eher schlecht als recht von dervon der

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Myocardial blood flow: Roentgen videodensitometry techniques  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The current status of roentgen videodensitometric techniques that provide an objective assessment of blood flow at selected sites within the coronary circulation were described. Roentgen videodensitometry employs conventional radiopaque indicators, radiological equipment and coronary angiographic techniques. Roentgen videodensitometry techniques developed in the laboratory during the past nine years, and for the past three years were applied to analysis of angiograms in the clinical cardiac catheterization laboratory.

Smith, H. C.; Robb, R. A.; Wood, E. H.

1975-01-01

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Roentgen's Discovery of the x-ray  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The text in this site describes how Roentgen's discovered x-rays, how he created the first x-ray image, and how he investigated x-ray properties. Early medical applications are explained. Also, the site contains a link to a small gallery of historical x-ray images.

2013-06-26

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DIE KONRAD-LORENZ FORSCHUNGSSTELLE UND WAS FOLGTE  

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DIE KONRAD-LORENZ FORSCHUNGSSTELLE UND WAS FOLGTE Die Forschungsstelle wurde 1973 vom 70-jährigen österreichischen Nobelpreisträger Konrad Lorenz nach seiner Emeritierung vom Max Planck Institut in Seewiesen

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Wilhelm Wundt's psychology of memory  

Microsoft Academic Search

The work of Wilhelm Wundt and his students in the psychology of memory is reviewed. Wundt rarely used the concept Ďmemoryí, but he dealt extensively with a number of problems that today are often discussed under the heading of Ďmemoryí. Four components of his theory are distinguished and traced through the successive stages of the evolution of the theory: the

Eckart Scheerer; Universitiit Oldenburg

1980-01-01

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Introduction to Photogrammetry Konrad Schindler, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zrich  

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Introduction to Photogrammetry Konrad Schindler, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Z√ľrich Introduction to Photogrammetry Konrad Schindler Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Z√ľrich #12;Introduction to Photogrammetry Konrad Schindler, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH

Giger, Christine

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Die Leibniz-Dauerausstellung der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt  

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Die Leibniz-Dauerausstellung der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität im Sockelgeschoss des Hauptgebäudes, Welfengarten 1 G.W. Leibniz. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek Hannover, Kopie aus dem Jahre1 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover T2 Vita T3 Die Vernetzung von Leibniz Forschung T4

Vollmer, Heribert

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KONRAD: Wide band digital HF receiver  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Electronic support measures (ESM) and spread spectrum techniques, i.e. direct sequence (DS) or frequency hopping (FH), in the HF band require a high dynamic range as well as a large instantaneous bandwidth in the receiver. This report describes an experimental digital receiver utilizing digitally implemented quadrature splitting and baseband translation. It is shown that the use of digital quadrature splitting improves the image rejection and that oversampling and digital filtering improves the dynamic range. The receiver is built of standard components which give a beneficial cost/performance ratio. The focus is on the analog hardware of the experimental digital receiver named KONRAD. The report also serves as the manual for this receiver.

Oscarsson, F.

1994-01-01

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Johann Christoph Sturm and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (German Title: Johann Christoph Sturm und Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Johann Christian Sturm and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz were two well-known scholars of their time, who showed mutual attention and esteem. The history of their relation is described, based on the mutual mentions in letters and publications.

Kratchovil, Stefan

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Johann Christoph Sturm and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (German Title: Johann Christoph Sturm und Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz)  

Microsoft Academic Search

Johann Christian Sturm and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz were two well-known scholars of their time, who showed mutual attention and esteem. The history of their relation is described, based on the mutual mentions in letters and publications.

Stefan Kratchovil

2004-01-01

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EVOLUTION OF PLANETS IN DISKS Wilhelm Kley  

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1 EVOLUTION OF PLANETS IN DISKS Wilhelm Kley Institut f¨ur Astronomie & Astrophysik, Abt to the formation scenario of planetary systems. Results of numerical computations of embedded planets in viscously evolving disks are presented. Emphasis is given to the accretion and migration process. New calculations

Kley, Willy

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 02.07.2012 9/2012 Der Fakulttsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 02.07.2012 9/2012 Seite 10 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, der Stiftung Tier√§rztliche Hochschule Hannover

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 30.09.2010 16/2010 Der Fakulttsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 30.09.2010 16/2010 Seite 46 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, der Stiftung Tier√§rztliche Hochschule Hannover

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 06.07.2012 10/2012 Der Fakulttsrat der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 06.07.2012 10/2012 Seite 2 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover in Kraft. Zulassungsordnung f√ľr den Bachelorstudiengang

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Der Fakulttsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat am 25-Studiengang Biochemie an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover und der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover be

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 19.12.2011 27/2011 Der Fakulttsrat der Fakultt fr Bauingenieurwesen und Geodsie der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 19.12.2011 27/2011 Seite 5 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Fakult√§t f√ľr Bauingenieurwesen und Geod√§sie der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz ihrer hochschul√∂ffent- lichen Bekanntmachung im Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Vollmer, Heribert

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Historical Connections: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: The Universal Genius.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Contains biographical facts, contributions, quotations, and anecdotes about mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Presents an activity in which students discover patterns in the sums of the reciprocals of the triangular numbers. Contains reproducible student worksheet. (MKR)

Reimer, Wilbert; Reimer, Luetta

1994-01-01

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Your article is protected by copyright and all rights are held exclusively by Konrad  

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2011 / Accepted: 13 March 2012 / Published online: 6 November 2012 √? Konrad Lorenz Institute1 23 #12;1 23 Your article is protected by copyright and all rights are held exclusively by Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognitive Research. This e-offprint is for personal use only and shall

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Wilhelm Dilthey forerunner of humanist social thought.  

PubMed

Humanist sociology is as a meadow in the forest of positivist science. Much of this space was cleared by Wilhelm Dilthey, not only through his attack on the fundamental assumptions of positivism, but also through his formulation of a critical method by which the works of free human consciousness could be understood. The first tenet of positivism is that the world is made up of "out there" objectively knowable "facts". Dilthey undercut this notion by asserting that the subject matter of the human studies was not mere "facts" of nature, but rather objectified expressions and the human mind. The second central assumption of positivism is that these "facts" are explainable or determined by general casual laws. In contrast, Dilthey asserted that, while we can explain the natural world, human action must be understood through an interpretive rather than a casual logic. In demonstrating and specifically describing such an interpretive procedure, Dilthey provided an epistemiological and methodological grounding for a humanistic science of man. PMID:799624

Brown, R H

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Gruwort des Prsidenten zur Ausstellungserffnung ,,Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz" am 19. Mai 2006 in der Orangerie der  

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1 Gru√?wort des Pr√§sidenten zur Ausstellungser√∂ffnung ,,Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz" am 19. Mai 2006 Schirmherr dieser Ausstellung - Herrn Prof. Rolf Wernstedt, Pr√§sident der Gottfried-Wilhelm-Leibniz Gottfried-Wilhelm-Leibniz-Bibliothek, hat der Ausstellung wertvolle B√ľcher und Drucke zur Verf√ľgung gestellt

Vollmer, Heribert

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Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis of Growth at Cranial Vault Sutures in the Rabbit  

Microsoft Academic Search

Biometric characterization of rabbit cranial vault bone separation was attempted to further elucidate sutural growth mechanisms. The internasal and frontonasal sutures, connected to the facial skeleton, were also investigated. 17 male New Zealand white rabbits were studied from age 4 to 21 weeks using roentgen stereophotogrammetry with tantalum implants. A uniform cranial growth pattern with successively decreasing rates was observed,

Per Alberius; Goran Selvik

1983-01-01

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Robust Codes for Fault Attack Resistant Cryptographic Konrad J. Kulikowski, Mark G. Karpovsky, Alexander Taubin  

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implementations of cryptographic algorithms are vulnerable to malicious analyses that exploit the physicalRobust Codes for Fault Attack Resistant Cryptographic Hardware Konrad J. Kulikowski, Mark G, MA 02215 {konkul, markkar, taubin}@bu.edu Abstract. Hardware implementations of cryptographic

Karpovsky, Mark

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 13.09.2012 17/2012 Der Fakulttsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 13.09.2012 17/2012 Seite 2 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover am 01.10.2012 in Kraft. Pr√ľfungsordnung f√ľr den

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 13.01.2009 1/2009 Die Gemeinsame Prfungsordnung fr den Masterstudiengang Lehramt an Gymnasien an der Gottfried Wilhelm  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 13.01.2009 1/2009 Die Gemeinsame Pr√ľfungsordnung f√ľr den Masterstudiengang Lehramt an Gymnasien an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Nr. 18/2008 vom 12.12.2008, wird hiermit au√?er

Vollmer, Heribert

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A Commentary On Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz's Discourse on Metaphysics #19  

Microsoft Academic Search

This commentary on article #19 of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz's Discourse on Metaphysics is for the purpose of promoting the understanding of Leibniz on the role of teleology in physics. Understanding Leibniz on final causes is crucial to understanding his overall natural philosophy. If one approaches Leibniz with a bias regarding either final causes or protestant Christian theology, such that they

Richard Lamborn Samuel Lamborn

2012-01-01

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Experimental vs. Educational psychology: Wilhelm Wundt's letters to Ernst Meumann  

Microsoft Academic Search

Wilhelm Wundt founded his own journal, Philosophische Studien, only two years after the establishment of his famous Institute for Experimental Psychology at Leipzig University in 1879. During the following two decades the journal played a significant role in the development of experimental psychology as an autonomous science. The Archiv fŁr die gesamte Psychologie, which was founded in 1903 by a

Wolfgang G. Bringmann; Gustav A. Ungerer

1980-01-01

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Contributions of Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann on phototaxis, chemotaxis, and photosynthesis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann (1843Ė1909), who had a creative life in music, muscle physiology, and microbiology, developed a sensitive method for tracing the photosynthetic oxygen production of unicellular plants by means of bacterial aerotaxis (chemotaxis). He discovered the absorption spectrum of bacteriopurpurin (bacteriochlorophyll a) and the scotophobic response, photokinesis, and photosynthesis of purple bacteria.

Gerhart Drews

2005-01-01

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Contributions of Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann on phototaxis, chemotaxis, and photosynthesis.  

PubMed

Theodor Wilhelm Engelmann (1843-1909), who had a creative life in music, muscle physiology, and microbiology, developed a sensitive method for tracing the photosynthetic oxygen production of unicellular plants by means of bacterial aerotaxis (chemotaxis). He discovered the absorption spectrum of bacteriopurpurin (bacteriochlorophyll a) and the scotophobic response, photokinesis, and photosynthesis of purple bacteria. PMID:16143904

Drews, Gerhart

2005-01-01

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Wilhelm von Humboldt's Idea of "Bildung" and Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The importance of Wilhelm von Humboldt's work in educational philosophy is little known outside of Germany and even there he is more often criticized than praised. This is unfortunate because his contributions to education and other areas had an important impact on other philosophers of his period and are well worth considering today. In his mainÖ

Stubbs, Elsina

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Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship: The Paradox of a Liberating Pedagogy.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In analyzing the educational sequences of Goethe's novel, "Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship," the author suggests ways that this literary genre, the bildungsroman, which portrays an individual's development through a series of educational encounters, can provide teacher education students with material for studying the riddlelike quality of theÖ

Roosevelt, Jinx

1980-01-01

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[100 years roentgen rays--a discovery conquers the medical world].  

PubMed

In the second half of the nineteenth century the prerequisites for research on the discharge of electricity in gases and the related phenomena were fulfilled. The first gas discharge tubes are associated with names like GeiBler, Hittorf, Crookes, Goldstein, Lenard and Hertz. These researchers studied the electrons escaping from the cathode, magnetic and electrical influence, chemical results, loss of energy and heating up of the anode. Lenard and Jackson were the first to describe phenomena outside the tube, but related the effects to electrons. It was W.C. Roentgen who discovered the Ņunknown raysŅ; he systematically measured their penetrating properties and described them a short time thereafter. The scientific world was ready for this discovery, and the new of Roentgen's findings spread across the world in a matter of days, followed by intensive development of this innovation. The first and most important 35 years of development of the different types of X-rays tubes are described. PMID:8657890

Freybott, A

1995-11-01

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Sources of Wilhelm Johannsen's genotype theory.  

PubMed

This paper describes the historical background and early formation of Wilhelm Johannsen's distinction between genotype and phenotype. It is argued that contrary to a widely accepted interpretation (For instance, W. Provine, 1971. The Origins of Theoretical Population Genetics. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press; Mayr, 1973; F. B. Churchill, 1974. Journal of the History of Biology 7: 5-30; E. Mayr, 1982. The Growth of Biological Thought, Cambridge: Harvard University Press; J. Sapp, 2003. Genesis. The Evolution of Biology. New York: Oxford University Press) his concepts referred primarily to properties of individual organisms and not to statistical averages. Johannsen's concept of genotype was derived from the idea of species in the tradition of biological systematics from Linnaeus to de Vries: An individual belonged to a group - species, subspecies, elementary species - by representing a certain underlying type (S. MŁller-Wille and V. Orel, 2007. Annals of Science 64: 171-215). Johannsen sharpened this idea theoretically in the light of recent biological discoveries, not least those of cytology. He tested and confirmed it experimentally combining the methods of biometry, as developed by Francis Galton, with the individual selection method and pedigree analysis, as developed for instance by Louis Vilmorin. The term "genotype" was introduced in W. Johannsen's 1909 (Elemente der Exakten Erblichkeitslehre. Jena: Gustav Fischer) treatise, but the idea of a stable underlying biological "type" distinct from observable properties was the core idea of his classical bean selection experiment published 6 years earlier (W. Johannsen, 1903. Ueber Erblichkeit in Populationen und reinen Linien. Eine Beitrag zur Beleuchtung schwebender Selektionsfragen, Jena: Gustav Fischer, pp. 58-59). The individual ontological foundation of population analysis was a self-evident presupposition in Johannsen's studies of heredity in populations from their start in the early 1890s till his death in 1927. The claim that there was a "substantial but cautious modification of Johannsen's phenotype-genotype distinction" (Churchill, 1974, p. 24) from a statistical to an individual ontological perspective derives from a misreading of the 1903 and 1909 texts. The immediate purpose of this paper is to correct this reading of the 1903 monograph by showing how its problems and results grow out of Johannsen's earlier work in heredity and plant breeding. Johannsen presented his famous selection experiment as the culmination of a line of criticism of orthodox Darwinism by William Bateson, Hugo de Vries, and others (Johannsen, 1903). They had argued that evolution is based on stepwise rather than continuous change in heredity. Johannsen's paradigmatic experiment showed how stepwise variation in heredity could be operationally distinguished from the observable, continuous morphological variation. To test Galton's law of partial regression, Johannsen deliberately chose pure lines of self-fertilizing plants, a pure line being the descendants in successive generations of one single individual. Such a population could be assumed to be highly homogeneous with respect to hereditary type, and Johannsen found that selection produced no change in this type. Galton, he explained, had experimented with populations composed of a number of stable hereditary types. The partial regression which Galton found was simply an effect of selection between types, increasing the proportion of some types at the expense of others. PMID:20027784

Roll-Hansen, Nils

2009-01-01

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High Resolution Imager (HRI) for the Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT) definition study  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The design of the high resolution imager (HRI) on HEAO 2 was modified for use in the instrument complement of the Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT). Mechanical models of the front end assembly, central electronics assembly, and detector assembly were used to accurately represent the HRI envelope for both fit checks and focal plane configuration studies. The mechanical and electrical interfaces were defined and the requirements for electrical ground support equipment were established. A summary description of the ROSAT telescope and mission is included.

1983-01-01

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Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn Institut fur Informatik I  

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Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universit¬®at Bonn Institut f¬®ur Informatik I Manuel Abellanas1 Ferran`ecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain 3 Prakt. Informatik VI, FernUniversit¬®at Hagen, Germany 4 Institut f¬®ur partial support from Acci¬īon integrada HA1999-0094, MEC-DGES-SEUID PB98-0933, and Gen. Cat. 1999SGR000356

Klein, Rolf

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Approval of Existent Waste Packages and New Package Designs in Preparation for the Konrad Repository  

SciTech Connect

Low and intermediate level radioactive waste from German nuclear and other industries, research facilities and increasingly decommissioned nuclear installations is handled and prepared for interim storage and later disposal in the licensed KONRAD repository. This paper presents aspects, experiences and perspectives of container design testing and qualification procedures. Several new container designs, in particular different types of steel plate containers, have been tested and licensed; some are handled at present or just applied. Examples from typical qualification procedures including drop tests from 0.8 and 5 m height with prototype containers are presented. On the other hand several thousand waste packages are currently stored in interim storage facilities, many of them for more than 10 or 15 years. Based on existing package documentation applications and safety assessments for KONRAD are prepared and have to be evaluated. The paper discusses aspects, difficulties and strategies to demonstrate sufficient compliance to the current KONRAD repository requirements for the large number of existent waste packages. (authors)

Volzke, H.; Nieslony, G.; Hagenow, P. [BAM Bundesanstalt fur Materialforschung und - prufung, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin (Germany)

2008-07-01

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 23.11.2011 26/2011 Der Senat der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat auf seiner Sitzung am 16.11.2011 gem 41 Abs. 1  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 23.11.2011 26/2011 Seite 2 Der Senat der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat auf seiner Sitzung am 16.11.2011 gem√§√? ¬ß 41 Abs. 1 NHG die nachfolgende Ehrenordnung der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 19.12.2011 27/2011 Der Fakulttsrat der Fakultt fr Bauingenieurwesen und Geodsie der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 19.12.2011 27/2011 Seite 4 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Fakult√§t f√ľr Bauingenieurwesen und Geod√§sie der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Tage nach ihrer hochschul√∂ffentlichen Bekanntmachung im Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Philosophische Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am 17.07.2009 die nachstehende  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Philosophische Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat am 17.07.2009 die nachstehende hoch- schul√∂ffentlichen Bekanntmachung im Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Philosophische Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am 17.07.2009 die nachstehende  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Philosophische Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat am 17.07.2009 die nachstehende ihrer hochschul√∂f- fentlichen Bekanntmachung im Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Fakultt fr Architektur und Landschaft der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am 15. bzw.  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 07.09.2009 12/2009 Die Fakult√§t f√ľr Architektur und Landschaft der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat am 15. bzw betreffenden Studiengang an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover wird auf An- trag eine

Vollmer, Heribert

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la Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover Fakultt fr Mathematik und Physik  

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la Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Fakult√§t f√ľr Mathematik und Physik Institut f√ľr Naturwissenschaften, Dr. rer. nat. de la Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover pr√©sent√©e par Gunnar TACKMANN

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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The early theoretical development of Konrad Lorenz The motivating factors behind his instinct concept  

Microsoft Academic Search

The present study discusses the early theoretical development of Konrad Lorenz in the period from 1930 to 1937. In this period Lorenz developed his position on instinct in the first place, and thus his theoretical views were subject to change. Despite this change, the paper points to relatively stable features of Lorenz's approach, which emerged relatively soon in his scientific

Ingo Brigandt

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Gestalt experiments and inductive observations Konrad Lorenz's early epistemological writings and the methods of classical ethology  

Microsoft Academic Search

During the 1940s Konrad Lorenz formulated his early epistemological views, focusing on the cognitive mechanisms induction and Gestalt perception. After the war he used this philosophical framework to defend the approach of classical ethology against other approaches to animal behavior. The present paper examines the relationship between Lorenz's ethological methodology and his philosophy of science and knowledge. The main aim

Ingo Brigandt

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Boekbespreking van Klaus Taschwer und Benedikt FŲger, 'Konrad Lorenz. Eine Biographie'  

Microsoft Academic Search

Het historisch onderzoek van het bruine verleden van Konrad Lorenz levert een treurig beeld op. De bedenkelijke levenswandel van Lorenz behoeft voor beoefenaren van de ethologie natuurlijk niet te dienen als contrabewijs voor diens wetenschappelijke bijdrage, maar doet wel beseffen dat originaliteit in de wetenschap soms samengaat met duistere en opportunistische motieven.

D. T. Thoomes

2008-01-01

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KonradZuseZentrum fr Informationstechnik Berlin Dynamics of Erbium--doped Waveguide Lasers  

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Konrad¬≠Zuse¬≠Zentrum f√ľr Informationstechnik Berlin Dynamics of Erbium--doped Waveguide Lasers¬≠19 (August 1995) #12; Dynamics of Erbium--doped Waveguide Lasers: Modelling, Reliable Simulation : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 25 6 Conclusions 29 3 #12; 1 Introduction In parallel with the successful development of erbium

Zumbusch, Gerhard

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Visual Gyroscope for Accurate Orientation Estimation Wilfried Hartmann Michal Havlena Konrad Schindler  

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Visual Gyroscope for Accurate Orientation Estimation Wilfried Hartmann Michal Havlena Konrad.lastname@geod.baug.ethz.ch Abstract A visual gyroscope is a device which estimates cam- era 3D rotation using image input, in our case- pare the proposed visual gyroscope to a publicly available SFM software and experimentally demonstrate

Giger, Christine

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Assoziativspeicher und eine erste Skizze von Konrad Zuse aus dem Jahre 1943  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In dem Beitrag wird eine Handskizze von Konrad Zuse aus dem Jahre 1943 eines assoziativen Speichers in Relaistechnik diskutiert. Die Diskussion ist eingebettet in die Grundlagen des assoziativen Speicherproblems. Zum Schluss des Beitrages werden einige Vorschlšge zu MOSRealisierung der Zuse-Schaltung unterbreitet.

Waldschmidt, Klaus

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Refracting Roentgen's rays: Propagation-based x-ray phase contrast for biomedical imaging  

SciTech Connect

Absorption-contrast x-ray imaging serves to visualize the variation in x-ray attenuation within the volume of a given sample, whereas phase contrast allows one to visualize variations in x-ray refractive index. The former imaging mechanism has been well known and widely utilized since the time of Roentgen's Nobel prize winning work, whereas the latter mechanism--sought for, but not found, by Roentgen himself--has laid the foundation for a revolution in x-ray imaging which is the central topic of this review. We consider the physical imaging mechanisms underlying both absorption contrast and phase contrast, together with the associated inverse problem of how one may obtain quantitative two- or three-dimensional information regarding a sample, given one or more phase-contrast images of the same. Practical questions are considered, regarding optimized phase-contrast imaging geometries as a function of detector resolution, source size, x-ray spectrum, and dose. Experimental examples pertaining to biomedical applications are given, and prospects for the future outlined.

Gureyev, T. E.; Mayo, S. C.; Nesterets, Ya.; Pogany, A.; Stevenson, A. W.; Wilkins, S. W. [CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, Private Bag 33, Clayton, Victoria 3169 (Australia); Myers, D. E. [CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, Private Bag 33, Clayton, Victoria 3169 (Australia); Department of Medicine (RMH/WH), University of Melbourne, Clinical Sciences Building, Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria 3050 (Australia); Paganin, D. M. [CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, Private Bag 33, Clayton, Victoria 3169 (Australia); School of Physics, Monash University, Victoria 3800 (Australia)

2009-05-15

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Knightmare in Armor: reflections on Wilhelm Reich's contributions to psychoanalysis.  

PubMed

One of the more curious by-products of the political and social unrest of the late 1960s, has been the emergence of and survival of interest in the writings of Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957). In the last few years, new translations of his books have appeared and some of his early work has been translated for the first time. A biography, magazine articles, and various surveys of his work convey the impression that his ideas are timely, or at least that they are historically important. However, I believe that the current enthusiasm for Reich owes more to the problems that interested him than to the light he shed on them. His great appeal for radical youth is based on his advocacy of social and sexual reform, for which he provided ideological support through a Marxist-psychoanalytic synthesis. By the technique of anthropological, economic, and psychological analysis, Reich tried to provide a scientific justification for revolutionary hopes. PMID:792926

Grossman, W I

1976-11-01

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Utopianism in psychology: the case of Wilhelm Reich.  

PubMed

This article examines utopian elements in Wilhelm Reich's writings in his American phase (1939-1957) in order to illustrate utopian sources of dynamic psychology. Although there are scholars who have used the term "psychological utopia" and applied it to individual thinkers (Reich, Marcuse, Fromm) and to specific psychological disciplines (psychoanalysis, behaviorism, cognitive psychology), the term itself has remained elusive and vague. Furthermore, there have been few attempts to systematically examine utopian elements in twentieth-century psychology in general and the basic assumptions of psychological utopianism in particular. While pointing out that Reich's orgonomic theories have no scientific merit, this article argues for the relevancy of his ideas for understanding the nature of utopianism in dynamic psychology. PMID:11954039

Pietikainen, Petteri

2002-01-01

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Wilhelm Tempel and his 10.8-cm Steinheil Telescope  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The German astronomer Ernst Wilhelm Leberecht Tempel (1821-1889) owed most of his successes to a 10.8-cm Steinheil refractor, which he bought in 1858. A lithographer, without an academic foundation, but with a strong passion for astronomy, Tempel had sharp eyesight and a talent for drawing, and he discovered with his telescope many celestial objects, including asteroids, comets (most notably, 9 P/Tempel 1) and the Merope Nebula in the Pleiades. Tempel carried his telescope with him throughout his moves in France and Italy. The telescope is now conserved in Florence, at the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory, where Tempel was astronomer from 1875 until the end of his life. Using unpublished material from the Arcetri Historical Archive, as well as documents from other archives and published material, we trace the history of the telescope and its use during and after Tempel's life, and describe its recent rediscovery and status.

Bianchi, Simone; Gasperini, Antonella; Galli, Daniele; Palla, Francesco; Brenni, Paolo; Giatti, Anna

2010-03-01

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Instinct in the '50s: the British reception of Konrad Lorenz's theory of instinctive behavior  

Microsoft Academic Search

At the beginning of the 1950s most students of animal behavior in Britain saw the instinct concept developed by Konrad Lorenz in the 1930s as the central theoretical construct of the new ethology. In the mid 1950s J.B.S. Haldane made substantial efforts to undermine Lorenz's status as the founder of the new discipline, challenging his priority on key ethological concepts.

Paul E. Griffiths

2004-01-01

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Instinct in the '50s: the British reception of Konrad Lorenz's theory of instinctive behavior  

Microsoft Academic Search

In 1950 most students of animal behavior in Britain saw the instinct concept developed by Konrad Lorenz in the 1930s as the central theoretical construct of the new ethology. In the early 1950s J.B.S Haldane made substantial efforts to undermine Lorenz's status, challenging his priority on key ethological concepts. Haldane was also critical of Lorenz's sharp distinction between instinctive and

PAUL E. GRIFFITHS

2004-01-01

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A biplane roentgen videometry system for dynamic /60 per second/ studies of the shape and size of circulatory structures, particularly the left ventricle.  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A roentgen-television digital-computer technique and a display system developed for dynamic circulatory structure studies are described. Details are given for a videoroentgenographic setup which is used for obtaining biplane roentgen silhouettes of a left ventricle. A 60 per sec measurement of the shape and volume of angiographically outlined cardiac chambers can be made by this technique along with simultaneous ECG, pressure, and flow measurements accessible for real-time digital computer processing and analysis.

Ritman, E. L.; Sturm, E.; Wood, E. H.; Heintzen, P. H.

1971-01-01

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 30.09.2009 16/2009 Der Fakulttsrat der Philosophischen Fakultt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am 13.02. bzw.  

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Lorenz, Konrad (Zacharias) (b. November 7, 1903; d. February 27, 1989), Austrian psychologist. Lorenz's research laid the foundations for a new scientific discipline called  

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1 Lorenz, Konrad (Zacharias) (b. November 7, 1903; d. February 27, 1989), Austrian psychologist. (2005). Patterns of Behavior: Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen, and the Founding of Ethology. Chicago. Lorenz's research laid the foundations for a new scientific discipline called ethology, the systematic

Maestripieri, Dario

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Wilhelm Weinbergís Early Contribution to Segregation Analysis  

PubMed Central

Wilhelm Weinberg (1862Ė1937) is a largely forgotten pioneer of human and medical genetics. His name is linked with that of the English mathematician G. H. Hardy in the HardyĖWeinberg law, pervasive in textbooks on population genetics since it expresses stability over generations of zygote frequencies AA, Aa, aa under random mating. One of Weinbergís signal contributions, in an article whose centenary we celebrate, was to verify that Mendelís segregation law still held in the setting of human heredity, contrary to the then-prevailing view of William Bateson (1861Ė1926), the leading Mendelian geneticist of the time. Specifically, Weinberg verified that the proportion of recessive offspring genotypes aa in human parental crossings Aa ◊ Aa (that is, the segregation ratio for such a setting) was indeed p=14. We focus in a nontechnical way on his procedure, called the simple sib method, and on the heated controversy with Felix Bernstein (1878Ė1956) in the 1920s and 1930s over work stimulated by Weinbergís article. PMID:24018765

Stark, Alan; Seneta, Eugene

2013-01-01

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[The response to Wilhelm Conrad RŲntgen's discovery in Berlin].  

PubMed

In early January 1896 Wilhelm Conrad RŲntgen sent offprints to several colleagues of his to make them acquainted with his discovery of the X-rays. From January 5, 1896 newspapers started reporting on that discovery worldwide from Vienna. In several cities the news immediately set off corresponding scientific activities among specialists. This paper looks into such activities carried out in Berlin to show how promptly RŲntgen's discovery was taken up, with a number of priorities having been set in the capital of the German Reich. The X-ray photographs which RŲntgen had forwarded together with his offprints were displayed and discussed at a meeting of the Berlin Physical Society as early as on January 4, 1896, making his discovery known to the public for the first time. On January 6, 1896 the discovery and photographs were presented at a session of the Berlin Association of Internal Medicine and its diagnostic application was discussed in the medical community for the first time. A few days after that, the first photographs shot by other authors after RŲntgen, and their diagnostic use, were demonstrated in Berlin. Finally, RŲntgen's early visit to Emperor William II on January 12, 1896, which led to the speedy introduction of the X-day technique into German military medicine, is discussed in detail. PMID:7631379

SchŁttmann, W

1995-01-01

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[Roentgen-surgical interventions in combined treatment of patients, suffering hepatic metastases of noncolorectal cancer].  

PubMed

Results of combined treatment, using roentgen-surgical interventions, of 58 patients, suffering noncolorectal metastatic affection of the liver, complicated in 20 (34.5%) of them by obturation jaundice, were analyzed. While resectability of the metastases, preoperatively chemotherapy (CHT) or chemoembolization of hepatic artery (CHEHA) in 1 - 2 courses were performed, and then - hepatic resection of various volume, adjuvant regional CHEHA or systemic CHT. Median survival of the patients have constituted 31.2 mo. While presence of nonresectable metastases a regional chemoinfusion via hepatic arteries or CHEHA (2 - 3 courses) were performed. Median survival of this group of patients have constituted 15.3 mo. Application of cytostatics for regional therapy have permitted in 4 (6.9%) patients, in whom partial tumor regression was achieved, to perform radical hepatic resection. Complete answer on the treatment was not achieved in any patient, partial answer was noted in 16 (33.3%), the process stabilization - in 20 (41.7%), the tumor progress - in 12 (25.0%). In total 170 endovascular and 41 transcutaneous transhepatic endobiliary interventions were performed. After operation 1 (12.5%) patient died. PMID:25509430

2014-09-01

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Development of Mirror Modules for the ART-XC Instrument aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is developing x-ray mirror modules for the Astronomical Roengen Telescope- X-ray Concentrator (ART-XC) instrument on board the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission. ART-XC will consist of seven co-aligned x-ray mirror modules with seven corresponding CdTe focal plane detectors. Each module provides an effective area of 65 sq cm at 8 keV, response out to 30 keV, and an angular resolution of 45 arcsec or better HPD. We will present a status of the ART x-ray module development at MSFC.

Gubarev, Mikhail V.; Ramsey, Brian; O'Dell, Stephen L.; Elsner, Ronald F.; Kilaru, Kiranmayee; Atkins, Carolyn; Pavlinskiy, Mikhail N.; Tkachenko, Alexey V.; Lapshov, Igor Y.

2013-01-01

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Histrionicotoxins: Roentgen-Ray Analysis of the Novel Allenic and Acetylenic Spiroalkaloids Isolated from a Colombian Frog, Dendrobates histrionicus  

Microsoft Academic Search

The structures and absolute configuration of two unique alkaloids isolated from the Colombian frog, Dendrobates histrionicus, have been elucidated by Roentgen-ray (x-ray) crystallography. Histrionicotoxin is (2pR, 6S, 7pS, 8aS)-7-(cis-1-buten-3-ynyl)-8-hydroxy-2-(cis -2-penten-4-ynyl)-1-azaspiro[5.5] undecane, while in dihydro-isohistrionicotoxin the acetylenic 2-pentenynyl side chain is replaced by an allenic 2-(3,4 pentadienyl) substituent. Dendrobates histrionicus exhibits remarkable interpopulational variations in amounts and composition of skin toxins,

John W. Daly; Isabella Karle; Charles W. Myers; Takashi Tokuyama; James A. Waters; Bernhard Witkop

1971-01-01

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[Wilhelm Liepmann (1878-1939)--the fate of a gynecologist between the Kaiser Reich and Fascism].  

PubMed

The paper gives a bioergographical survey on the German obstetrician and gynaecologist Wilhelm Liepmann. He was Ass. Professor at the Berlin university. Later he became director of the German Women-Institute, which was founded by the Hauptverband der Krankenkassen. In 1933 Liepmann had to emigrate to Turkey, where he got the chair of gynaecology at the university of Istanbul. PMID:6388195

Schneck, P

1984-01-01

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Wilhelm von Hboldt and James Parkinson. An appraisal of observation and creativity  

Microsoft Academic Search

Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767Ė1835) was an educational reformer, a statesman serving Frederick William III, King of Prussia and a philologist, who influenced the contemporary linguist Chomsky. Moreover von Humbolt was a prolific writer, he kept up a substantial correspondence with family and a circle of acquaintances. His letters also contain references to his physical fitness. In the year of James

J. P. W. F. Lakke

1996-01-01

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Physiological Optics, Cognition and Emotion: A Novel Look at the Early Work of Wilhelm Wundt  

Microsoft Academic Search

The German physiologist Wilhelm Wundt, who later founded experimental psychology, arguably developed the first modern scientific conception of emotion. In the first edition of Vorlesungen √ľber die Menschenund Thierseele (Lectures on human and animal psychology), which was published in 1863, Wundt tried to establish that emotions were essential parts of rational thought. In fact, he considered them unconscious steps of

Claudia Wassmann

2009-01-01

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Wilhelm von Humboldt and the "Orient": On Edward W. Said's Remarks on Humboldt's Orientalist Studies  

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From an epistemological perspective, Wilhelm von Humboldt's studies on the Oriental and East Asian languages and writing systems (Egyptian hieroglyphs, Sanskrit, Chinese, Polynesian) raise the question of his position in the Orientalist discourse of his time. Said [Said, E.W., 1978. "Orientalism. Western Conceptions of the Orient, fourth ed."Ö

Messling, Markus

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Kurztitel: Interaktion im Sensoric Garden Eva Hornecker und Friedrich Wilhelm Bruns  

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Kurztitel: Interaktion im Sensoric Garden Eva Hornecker und Friedrich Wilhelm Bruns Interaktion im Sensoric Garden ­ eine Design-Reflektion Interaction in a Sensoric Garden ­ a design reflection Schlagworte einer interaktiven Mixed Reality Umgebung beschreiben wir den ,,Sensoric Garden", sieben während eines

Hornecker, Eva

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Determinants The founder of the theory of determinants is usually taken to be Gottfried Wilhelm  

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Wilhelm Leibniz (1646­1716), who also shares the credit for inventing calculus with Sir Isaac Newton (1643­1727 Julian dates are 25th December 1642 ­ 20th March 1727. At the time, the year in England started on 25thth January 1643 ­ 31st March 1727. But the Julian calendar was in use in England at the time, and his

Banaji,. Murad

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 24.09.2010 15/2010 Das Prsidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover hat am 30.06.2010 gem 37 Abs. 1 Nr. 5. b) NHG  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 24.09.2010 15/2010 Das Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat am 30.06.2010 gem√§√? ¬ß 37 Abs. 1 Nr. 5. b Gottfried Wil- helm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover und der Hochschule f√ľr Musik und Theater Hannover genehmigt

Vollmer, Heribert

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 08.05.2008 5/2008 Die nachstehende nderungsfassung der Gemeinsamen Prfungsordnung fr den Masterstudiengang Lehramt an  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 08.05.2008 5/2008 Die an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover und der Hochschule f√ľr Musik und Theater Han- nover Fakult√§t f√ľr Mathematik und Physik der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover am 16.01.2008, von

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12/2006 Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 26.09.2006 Seite 2 Die nachstehende nderungsfassung der Prfungsordnung fr den Fcherbergreifenden Bachelorstudiengang -  

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12/2006 Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 26.09.2006 Seite 2 f√ľr Musik und Theater am 03.07.2006 - ist vom Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover am Tage nach ihrer hochschul√∂ffentlichen Bekanntmachung im

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Histrionicotoxins: roentgen-ray analysis of the novel allenic and acetylenie spiroalkaloids isolated from a Colombian frog, Dendrobates histrionicus.  

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The structures and absolute configuration of two unique alkaloids isolated from the Colombian frog, Dendrobates histrionicus, have been elucidated by Roentgen-ray (x-ray) crystallography. Histrionicotoxin is (2pR, 6S, 7pS, 8aS)-7-(cis-1-buten-3-ynyl)-8-hydroxy-2-(cis-2-penten-4- ynyl)-1-azaspiro[5.5] undecane, while in dihydro-isohistrionicotoxin the acetylenic 2-pentenynyl side chain is replaced by an allenic 2-(3,4 pentadienyl) substituent. Dendrobates histrionicus exhibits remarkable interpopulational variations in amounts and composition of skin toxins, in behavior, and in phenotypic characters, aspects of which are illustrated in a color plate. The histrionico-toxins are the third class of alkaloids isolated from the defensive skin secretions of Neotropical (Dendrobatidae) frogs. PMID:5288773

Daly, J W; Karle, I; Myers, C W; Tokuyama, T; Waters, J A; Witkop, B

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Histrionicotoxins: Roentgen-Ray Analysis of the Novel Allenic and Acetylenic Spiroalkaloids Isolated from a Colombian Frog, Dendrobates histrionicus  

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The structures and absolute configuration of two unique alkaloids isolated from the Colombian frog, Dendrobates histrionicus, have been elucidated by Roentgen-ray (x-ray) crystallography. Histrionicotoxin is (2pR, 6S, 7pS, 8aS)-7-(cis-1-buten-3-ynyl)-8-hydroxy-2-(cis-2-penten-4- ynyl)-1-azaspiro[5.5] undecane, while in dihydro-isohistrionicotoxin the acetylenic 2-pentenynyl side chain is replaced by an allenic 2-(3,4 pentadienyl) substituent. Dendrobates histrionicus exhibits remarkable interpopulational variations in amounts and composition of skin toxins, in behavior, and in phenotypic characters, aspects of which are illustrated in a color plate. The histrionico-toxins are the third class of alkaloids isolated from the defensive skin secretions of Neotropical (Dendrobatidae) frogs. Images PMID:5288773

Daly, John W.; Karle, Isabella; Myers, Charles W.; Tokuyama, Takashi; Waters, James A.; Witkop, Bernhard

1971-01-01

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Professor Bernhard Pollack (1865-1928) of Friedrich Wilhelm University, Berlin: neurohistologist, ophthalmologist, pianist.  

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This article highlights the life and work of Bernhard Pollack (1865-1928), a pioneer neurohistologist, ophthalmologist, and world-class pianist. In 1897, Pollack published the first standard manual on staining methods for the nervous system. Born into a Prussian-Jewish family, he received his piano education from the composer Moritz Moszkowski and his pathology education from Carl Weigert. Pollack worked in the Institutes of Wilhelm Waldeyer (anatomy), Emanuel Mendel (neuropsychiatry), the later Nobel laureate Robert Koch (infectious diseases), and the Eye Policlinic of Paul Silex (ophthalmology), becoming a Professor of Ophthalmology at Berlin's Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitšt in 1919. The study also chronicles the founding by Pollack of the Berlin Doctors' Orchestra in 1911. PMID:22572721

Triarhou, Lazaros C

2012-01-01

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Godfrey Hardy and Wilhelm Weinberg, still imageSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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DNAi location: Chronicle>Trial of Carrie Buck>prologueThe equilibrium model of G.N. Hardy and Wilhelm Weinberg showed that sterilization of affected individuals themselves would never appreciably reduce the incidence of mental disorders, which were thought to be inherited in a recessive manner. Only a hideously massive program √¬ sterilizing or segregating the vast reservoir of heterozygous carriers predicted by the model √¬ would have any hope of reducing the incidence of mental illness.

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‹ber das erkenntnistheoretische Raumproblem bei Moritz Schlick, Wilhelm Wundt und Albert Einstein  

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Dieser Aufsatz beleuchtet das Verhšltnis zwischen Moritz Schlick und dem BegrŁnder der experimentellen Psychologie Wilhelm\\u000a Wundt im Hinblick auf ihre Ansichten zum erkenntnistheoretischen Problem des Raumes.1 Es sollen zwei frŁhe nachgelassene StŁcke Schlicks aus seinen durch die Beschšftigung mit der empirischen Psychologie gepršgten\\u000a ZŁricher Jahren (1907Ė1909) diskutiert werden. Darin setzt er sich mit dem erkenntnistheoretischen Raumproblem in Verbindung\\u000a mit den

Fynn Ole Engler

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RETRACING THE FOOTSTEPS OF WILHELM WUNDT: Explorations in the Disciplinary Frontiers of Psychology and in VŲlkerpsychologie  

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In 1927, Wilhelm Wundtís daughter, Eleonore Wundt, compiled and published a comprehensive catalogue of her fatherís works and works in translation. We use this catalogue as a starting point for an examination of the breadth of Wundtís contributions, the reaction to his works from the international psychological community, and the overall trajectory of his academic career. Two areas of particular

Wan-chi Wong

2009-01-01

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What causes the Lyff forest, clouds or largescale velocity Wilhelm H. Kegel and Sergei A. Levshakov  

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What causes the Lyff forest, clouds or large¬≠scale velocity fields ? Wilhelm H. Kegel and Sergei A of ‚??. This effect leads to a `line¬≠like' absorption structure rather than to a smooth GP¬≠depression. From:5 and H 0 = 70 km s \\Gamma1 Mpc \\Gamma1 . The value of n(HI) was estimated from the continuum depression

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Eine historische Schwarzpulver-Probe von der Belagerung Stralsunds durch KurfŁrst Friedrich Wilhelm von Brandenburg 1678  

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\\u000a Summary††An iron mortar bomb, which was excavated in a suburb of Stralsund (Northern Germany) and dates from the siege of this town\\u000a in 1678 by the elector of Brandenburg, Friedrich Wilhelm, has been investigated. The residual blasting powder was contaminated\\u000a with rock minerals and large amounts of iron oxide [?-FeO(OH)]. Analytical data and the results of explosivity tests are presented.

Rolf Gelius; Burkhart GŁnther

1993-01-01

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The father of ethology and the foster mother of ducks: Konrad Lorenz as expert on motherhood.  

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Konrad Lorenz's popularity in the United States has to be understood in the context of social concern about the mother-infant dyad after World War II. Child analysts David Levy, Renť Spitz, Margarethe Ribble, Therese Benedek, and John Bowlby argued that many psychopathologies were caused by a disruption in the mother-infant bond. Lorenz extended his work on imprinting to humans and argued that maternal care was also instinctual. The conjunction of psychoanalysis and ethology helped shore up the view that the mother-child dyad rests on an instinctual basis and is the cradle of personality formation. Amidst the Cold War emphasis on rebuilding an emotionally sound society, these views received widespread attention. Thus Lorenz built on the social relevance of psychoanalysis, while analysts gained legitimacy by drawing on the scientific authority of biology. Lorenz's work was central in a rising discourse that blamed the mother for emotional degeneration and helped him recast his eugenic fears in a socially acceptable way. PMID:19653490

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2009-06-01

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Worthy heir or treacherous patricide? Konrad Lorenz and Jakob v. UexkŁll.  

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The biologist Jakob v. UexkŁll is often seen as the preceptor of modern behavioral theory, who lastingly influenced Konrad Lorenz in particular. Nevertheless, UexkŁll has been highly inadequately received by the school Lorenz founded. This neglect of UexkŁll's works resulted because Lorenz and UexkŁll came into contact at a time when the biological sciences were sundered by a deep ideological division. On the one side stood the Darwin-rejecting Neo-Vitalists (for example UexkŁll), on the other side were the Neo-Darwinists (for example Lorenz). After Vitalism was overcome as a consequence of the Evolutionary Synthesis, Darwinists who had taken an intermittent interest in Vitalists and their theories could now only distance themselves completely from earlier ideas. This went not only for biologists and behavioral researchers, but also for medical scientists. The emancipation from the starting points of their own science was so complete that, even decades later, when the earlier debates about Mechanism and Vitalism were long since historically outdated, behavioral research never investigated its own history. PMID:16440279

Mildenberger, Florian

2005-01-01

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The Marshall Space Flight Center Development of Mirror Modules for the ART-XC Ins1rument Aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission  

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The Spectrum-Rontgen-Gamma (SRG) mission is a Russian-German X-ray astrophysical observatory that carries two co-aligned and complementary X-ray telescope systems. The primary instrument is the German-led extended ROentgen Survey with an Imaging Telescope Array (eROSITA), a 7-module X-ray telescope system that covers the energy range from 0.2-12 keV. The complementary instrument is the Russian-led Astronomical Roentgen Telescope -- X-ray Concentrator (ART-XC or ART), a 7-module X-ray telescope system that provides higher energy coverage, up to 30 keV (with limited sensitivity above 12 keV).

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; ODell, S. L.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; McCracken, J.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

2012-01-01

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Soft x-ray calibration of the Co\\/C multilayer mirrors for the Objective Crystal Spectrometer on the Spectrum Roentgen-Gamma satellite  

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The objective crystal spectrometer (OXS) on the forthcoming Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma satellite is designed to carry three kinds of crystals: LiF(220), Si(111) and RAP(001), placed in front of the SODART telescope. Thirty six super polished (RMS roughness < 0.1nm) Si(111) substrates were coated with 65-80 periods of Co\\/C multilayers using electron beam evaporation deposition combined with ion polishing for the metal layers.

Salim Abdali; Charles Tarrio; Finn E. Christensen; Herbert W. Schnopper

1996-01-01

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Failure of partial cementation to achieve implant stability and bone ingrowth: a long-term roentgen stereophotogrammetric study of tibial components.  

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Thirty patients with gonarthrosis were operated on with the PCA primary total knee prosthesis and had the tibial component fixed to the bone by partial cementation. In the first two groups of patients, cementation was by a peripheral rim of high and low-viscosity cement, respectively. In the third group, the pegs were cemented with the low-viscosity cement. Follow-up was performed with use of clinical parameters and roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis. Clinically, the series was successful apart from a problem with tibial component wear, necessitating revision in five patients. At 8 years, the mean Hospital for Special Surgery score was 81 points. Venn-diagram scores revealed four failures and three acceptable cases; the remaining cases were satisfactory. Apart from one loose patellar component, there was no mechanical loosening. Roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis showed that the tibial components moved relative to the bone; this indicated fibrous tissue fixation, which was corroborated histologically in two patients. The objective, to achieve bone ingrowth, was thus not successfully met. Radiolucent lines were consistently seen, and their size correlated with the migration as measured by roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis. Furthermore, five continuously migrating prostheses showed significantly larger radiolucent zones than the prostheses that migrated only initially, and they were less well bonded to the bone at 1 year. In conclusion, partial cementation does not appear to be a way to achieve bone ingrowth in porous-coated implants under load. PMID:10376718

Ryd, L; Hansson, U; Blunn, G; Lindstrand, A; Toksvig-Larsen, S

1999-05-01

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Verkndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitt Hannover vom 03.06.2014 5/2014 Das Niederschsische Ministerium fr Wissenschaft und Kultur hat mit Erlass vom 20.05.2014 (Az.: 21-70022-17) gem  

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Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 03.06.2014 5/2014 Seite 20 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover genehmigt. Die √?nderung tritt am Tage nach ihrer hochschul√∂ffentlichen Bekanntmachung im Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover in Kraft

Vollmer, Heribert

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Some neglected contributions of Wilhelm Wundt to the psychology of memory.  

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Wilhelm Wundt, whose name is rarely associated with the scientific study of memory, conducted a number of memory experiments that appear to have escaped the awareness of modern cognitive psychologists. Aspects of Wundt's system are reviewed, particularly with respect to his experimental work on memory. Wundt investigated phenomena that would fall under the modern headings of iconic memory, short-term memory, and the enactment and generation effects, but this research has been neglected. Revisiting the Wundtian perspective may provide insight into some of the reasons behind the historical course of memory research and in general into the progress of science in psychology. PMID:16279306

Carpenter, Shana K

2005-08-01

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Development of Mirror Modules for the ART-XC Instrument aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission  

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The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is developing x-ray mirror modules for the ART-XC instrument on board the Spectrum-Roentgen Gamma Mission. Four of those modules are being fabricated under a Reimbursable Agreement between NASA and the Russian Space Research Institute (IKI.) An additional three flight modules and one spare for the ART-XC Instrument are produced under a Cooperative Agreement between NASA and IKI. The instrument will consist of seven co-aligned x-ray mirror modules with seven corresponding CdTe focal plane detectors. Each module consists of 28 nested thin Ni/Co shells giving an effective area of 65 cm2 at 8 keV, response out to 30 keV, and an angular resolution of 45 arcsec or better HPD. Delivery of the first four modules is scheduled for November 2013, while the remaining three modules will be delivered to IKI in January 2014. We present a status of the ART x-ray module development at MSFC.

Gubarev, M; Ramsey, B.; O'Dell, S. L.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; McCracken, J.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.; Atkins, C.; Zavlin, V.

2013-01-01

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Three-Dimensional Mesoscale Self-Assembly Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Joe Tien, and George M. Whitesides*  

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Three-Dimensional Mesoscale Self-Assembly Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Joe Tien, and George M. Whitesides, (ii) self-assembly using capillary forces at a liquid- liquid interface6,7 to order the components for self-assembly requires careful control of the wettability of the surfaces of these hexagonal rings

Tien, Joe

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Replication and Pedagogy in the History of Psychology V: The Metronome and Wilhelm Wundt's Search for the Components of Consciousness  

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Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) believed that consciousness was represented by the interconnection of psychical processes comprised of temporal elements and compounds. To explore these processes, Wundt used a metronome to measure the amount of information that passed into consciousness across time. The current project replicated some of his procedures,Ö

Ayala, Christopher; Borawski, Steven; Miller, Jonathon

2008-01-01

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[The letters of Ernst Wilhelm BrŁcke to Rudolf Virchow 1850-1857].  

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Rudolf Virchow is one of the most prominent German physician of the nineteenth century. Virchow pioneered the modern concept of pathological processes by his application of the cell theory to explain the effects of disease in the organs and tissues of the body. He emphasized that diseases arose, not in organs or tissues in general, but primarily in their individual cells. Moreover, he campaigned vigorously for social reforms and contributed to the development of anthropology as a modern science. Ernst Wilhelm BrŁcke was an important researcher in most fields of physiology. His works were epoch-making and influential for our knowledge of the nature of cells and his optical works made the basis for the invention of the eye mirror which was later constructed by Helmholtz. He also is also known for his work on the physiology of language. For the first time the correspondence between these scientific celebrities is published. PMID:23868551

Andree, Christian

2013-07-01

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The first ascent to the volcano Cotopaxi in Ecuador by Wilhelm Reiss (1838-1908)  

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The volcano Cotopaxi in South America is 5,897 m high and is one of the highest active volcanoes of the world and the second highest volcano in the Andes after the Chimborazo (6,310 m). In Ecuador, there are more than 20 volcanoes contributing to the spectacular mountain range diving this country between the western and eastern lowlands. There have been more than 50 reports of volcanic activity at Cotopaxi since 1738, among which those from the years 1744, 1768, and 1877 are the largest. During the 1877 eruption, the whole summit glacier collapsed and a huge mudflow spread out for more than 100 km and flooded the city of Latacunga. Five years prior to this catastrophic event, the German geologist Wilhelm Reiss from the University of Heidelberg ascended Cotopaxi for the first time together with his supporter Angel M. Escobar from Columbia.

Pfaffl, Fritz A.; Dullo, Wolf-Christian

2014-06-01

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Lengthening of a single-loop tibialis tendon graft construct after cyclic loading: a study using Roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis.  

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Although single-loop tibialis tendon allografts have increased in popularity owing to their many advantages over patellar tendon and double-loop hamstring tendon autografts, some percentage of the patient population do not have clinically stable knees following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with single-loop tibialis tendon allografts. Therefore, it would be advantageous to determine the causes of increased anterior laxity which ultimately must be traced to lengthening of the graft construct. One objective of this study was to demonstrate the feasibility of using Roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis (RSA) to determine the causes of lengthening of a single-loop graft construct subjected to cyclic loading. A second objective was to determine which cause(s) contributes most to an increase in length of this graft construct. Radio-opaque markers were inserted into ten grafts to measure the lengthening at the sites of the tibial and femoral fixations and between the sites of fixation. Each graft was passed through a tibial tunnel in a calf tibia, looped around a rigid cross-pin, and fixed to the tibia with a Washerloc fixation device. The grafts were cyclically loaded for 225,000 cycles from 20 to 170 N. Prior to and at intervals during the cyclic loading, simultaneous radiographs were taken. RSA was used to determine the three-dimensional coordinates of the markers from which the lengthening at the sites of fixation and between the sites of fixation was computed at each interval. The sites of the femoral and tibial fixations were the largest contributors to the increase in length of the graft construct, with maximum average values of 0.68 and 0.55 mm, respectively, after 225,000 cycles. The graft substance between the sites of fixation contributed least to lengthening of the graft, with a maximum average value of 0.31 mm. Ninety percent of the maximum average values occurred before 100,000 cycles of loading for the largest contributors. RSA proved to be a useful method for measuring lengthening due to all three causes. Lengthening of the graft construct at the sites of both fixations is sufficiently large that the combined contributions may manifest as a clinically important increase in anterior laxity. PMID:16706593

Smith, Conrad Kay; Hull, M L; Howell, S M

2006-06-01

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Improvement in the clinical practicability of roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis (RSA): free from the use of the dual X-ray equipment.  

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After total knee replacement, the monitoring of the prosthetic performance is often done by roentgenographic examination. However, the two-dimensional (2D) roentgen images only provide information about the projection onto the anteroposterior (AP) and mediolateral (ML) planes. Historically, the model-based roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis (RSA) technique has been developed to predict the spatial relationship between prostheses by iteratively comparing the projective data for the prosthetic models and the roentgen images. During examination, the prosthetic poses should be stationary. This should be ensured, either by the use of dual synchronized X-ray equipment or by the use of a specific posture. In practice, these methods are uncommon or technically inconvenient during follow-up examination. This study aims to develop a rotation platform to improve the clinical applicability of the model-based RSA technique. The rotation platform allows the patient to assume a weight-bearing posture, while being steadily rotated so that both AP and ML knee images can be obtained. This study uses X-ray equipment with a single source and flat panel detectors (FPDs). Four tests are conducted to evaluate the quality of the FPD images, steadiness of the rotation platform, and accuracy of the RSA results. The results show that the distortion-induced error of the FPD image is quite minor, and the prosthetic size can be cautiously calibrated by means of the scale ball(s). The rotation platform should be placed closer to the FPD and orthogonal to the projection axis of the X-ray source. Image overlap of the prostheses can be avoided by adjusting both X-ray source and knee posture. The device-induced problems associated with the rotation platform include the steadiness of the platform operation and the balance of the rotated subject. Sawbone tests demonstrate that the outline error, due to the platform, is of the order of the image resolution (= 0.145 mm). In conclusion, the rotation platform with steady rotation, a knee support, and a handle can serve as an alternative method to take prosthetic images, without the loss in accuracy associated with the RSA method. PMID:23157078

Shih, Kao-Shang; Lee, Chian-Her; Syu, Ci-Bin; Lai, Jiing-Yih; Chen, Kuo-Jen; Lin, Shang-Chih

2012-10-01

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PREFACE: The 395th Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar: `Time-dependent phenomena in Quantum Mechanics'  

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The 395th Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar: `Time-dependent phenomena in Quantum Mechanics' took place at the Heinrich Fabri Institute in Blaubeuren, Germany, 12-16 September 2007. The conference covered a wide range of topics connected with time-dependent phenomena in quantum mechanical systems. The 20 invited talks and 15 short talks with posters at the workshop covered the historical debate between SchrŲdinger, Dirac and Pauli about the role of time in Quantum Mechanics (the debate was carried out sometimes in footnotes) up to the almost direct observation of electron dynamics on the attosecond time-scale. Semiclassical methods, time-delay, monodromy, variational principles and quasi-resonances are just some of the themes which are discussed in more detail in the papers. Time-dependent methods also shed new light on energy-dependent systems, where the detour of studying the time-evolution of a quantum states allows one to solve previously intractable problems. Additional information is available at the conference webpage http://www.quantumdynamics.de The organizer would like to thank all speakers, contributors, session chairs and referees for their efforts in making the conference a success. We also gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support from the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation for the conference and the production of this special volume of Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Manfred Kleber Physik Department T30, Technische Universitšt MŁnchen, 85747 Garching, Germany mkleber@ph.tum.de Tobias Kramer Institut I: Theoretische Physik, Universitšt Regensburg, 93040 Regensburg, Germany tobias.kramer@physik.uni-regensburg.de Guest Editors Conference photograph Front row (from left): W Schleich, E J Heller, J B Delos, H Friedrich, K Richter, M Kleber, P Kramer, M Man'ko, A del Campo, V Man'ko, M Efremov, A Ruiz, M O Scully Middle row: A Zamora, R Aganoglu, T Kramer, J Eiglsperger, H Cruz, P Raab, I Cirac, G Muga, J Larson, V Dodonov, W Becker Back row: A Eckardt, A Siddiki, K Vafayi, M Holthaus, E Ršsšnen, M Rodriguez, O Kullie, D Miloöevi?, J Briggs, A Ribeiro, (not in the picture W Zwerger)

Kleber, Manfred; Kramer, Tobias

2008-03-01

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Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT)  

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As result of the Challenger accident, the alternative possibility for launch of the ROSAT mission with an Atlas/Centaur launch vehicle is being considered. An overview of the problems involved in having the ROSAT flight ready for either a Shuttle or Atlas/Centaur launch is presented.

1986-01-01

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Biplane roentgen videometric system for dynamic, 60/sec, studies of the shape and size of circulatory structures, particularly the left ventricle.  

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An operator interactive video system for the measurement of roentgen angiographically outlined structures is described. Left ventricular volume and three-dimensional shapes are calculated from up to 200 pairs of diameters measured from ventriculograms at the rate of 60 pairs of biplane images per second. The accuracy and reproducibility of volumes calculated by the system were established by analysis of roentgenograms of inanimate objects of known volume and by comparison of left ventricular stroke volumes calculated by the system with the stroke volumes calculated by an indicator-dilution technique and an aortic root electromagnetic flowmeter. Computer-generated display of the large amounts of data obtained by the videometry system is described.

Ritman, E. L.; Sturm, R. E.; Wood, E. H.

1973-01-01

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The Marshall Space Flight Center Development of Mirror Modules for the ART-XC Instrument aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission  

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The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is developing x-ray mirror modules for the ART-XC instrument on board the Spectrum-Roentgen Gamma Mission under a Reimbursable Agreement between NASA and the Russian Space Research Institute (IKI.) ART-XC will consist of seven co-aligned x-ray mirror modules with seven corresponding CdTe focal plane detectors. Currently, four of the modules are being fabricated by the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each MSFC module consist of 28 nested Ni/Co thin shells giving an effective area of 65 sq cm at 8 keV, response out to 30 keV, and an angular resolution of 45 arcsec or better HPD. Delivery of these modules to the IKI is scheduled for summer 2013. We present a status of the ART x-ray modules development at the MSFC.

Gubarev, Mikhail V.; Ramsey, B.; ODell, S. L.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; McCracken, J.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

2012-01-01

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The Marshall Space Flight Center development of mirror modules for the ART-XC instrument aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma mission  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is developing x-ray mirror modules for the ART-XC instrument on board the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission under a Reimbursable Agreement between NASA and the Russian Space Research Institute (IKI.) ART-XC will consist of seven co-aligned x-ray mirror modules with seven corresponding CdTe focal plane detectors. Currently, four of the modules are being fabricated by the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each MSFC module consist of 28 nested Ni/Co thin shells giving an effective area of 65 cm2 at 8 keV, response out to 30 keV, and an angular resolution of 45 arcsec or better HPD. Delivery of these modules to the IKI is scheduled for summer 2013. We present a status of the ART x-ray modules development at the MSFC.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; O'Dell, S. L.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; McCracken, J.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

2012-09-01

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Carl Wilhelm Scheele, the discoverer of oxygen, and a very productive chemist.  

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Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1742-1786) has an important place in the history of the discovery of respiratory gases because he was undoubtedly the first person to prepare oxygen and describe some of its properties. Despite this, his contributions have often been overshadowed by those of Joseph Priestley and Antoine Lavoisier, who also played critical roles in preparing the gas and understanding its nature. Sadly, Scheele was slow to publish his discovery and therefore Priestley is rightly recognized as the first person to report the preparation of oxygen. This being said, the thinking of both Scheele and Priestley was dominated by the phlogiston theory, and it was left to Lavoisier to elucidate the true nature of oxygen. In addition to his work on oxygen, Scheele was enormously productive in other areas of chemistry. Arguably he discovered seven new elements and many other compounds. However, he kept a low profile during his life as a pharmacist, and he did not have strong links with contemporary prestigious institutions such as the Royal Society in England or the French Acadťmie des Sciences. He was elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Science but only attended one meeting. Partly as a result, he remains a somewhat nebulous figure despite the critical contribution he made to the history of respiratory gases and his extensive researches in other areas of chemistry. His death at the age of 43 may have been hastened by his habit of tasting the chemicals that he worked on. PMID:25281638

West, John B

2014-12-01

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Johann Wilhelm Hittorf and the material culture of nineteenth-century gas discharge research.  

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In the second half of the nineteenth century, gas discharge research was transformed from a playful and fragmented field into a new branch of physical science and technology. From the 1850s onwards, several technical innovations-powerful high-voltage supplies, the enhancement of glass-blowing skills, or the introduction of mercury air-pumps- allowed for a major extension of experimental practices and expansion of the phenomenological field. Gas discharge tubes served as containers in which resources from various disciplinary contexts could be brought together; along with the experimental apparatus built around them the tubes developed into increasingly complex interfaces mediating between the human senses and the micro-world. The focus of the following paper will be on the physicist and chemist Johann Wilhelm Hittorf (1824-1914), his educational background and his attempts to understand gaseous conduction as a process of interaction between electrical energy and matter. Hittorf started a long-term project in gas discharge research in the early 1860s. In his research he tried to combine a morphological exploration of gas discharge phenomena-aiming at the experimental production of a coherent phenomenological manifold--with the definition and precise measurements of physical properties. PMID:21879606

MŁller, Falk

2011-06-01

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From Wilhelm von Humboldt to Hitler-are prominent people more prone to have Parkinson's disease?  

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We describe Parkinsonism in prominent people, where Wilhelm von Humboldt and Adolf Hitler provide just two spectacular, opposing examples. In both of them, there is little if any evidence that the disease did influence their life ambitions, methods of achieving them or cognitive function in general. Thus, Hitler's Parkinsonism should remain a 'footnote' to history, and historians should acknowledge that in his last years, his trembling, his curbed posture, his slow walking, mask-like face and low voice did not indicate remorse, fear or depression as a consequence of his crimes, but were mere expressions of his disease which, until the end, had no impact on his intellectual skills and methods. The apparently higher incidence of Parkinsonism in prominent people may be just due to their higher visibility, or a consequence of disease-related personality traits (e.g. ambition, perfectionism, rigidity) which may contribute to becoming, e.g., a prominent authoritarian person. Perhaps even some early behaviour pattern (such as repressed emotions or acting in public-which could even increase the risk of some infection) contributes to a greater vulnerability for developing Parkinsonism. Further studying other prominent cases might lead us to better understanding of risk factors and the expression of early Parkinsonism. PMID:10900395

Horowski; Horowski; Calne; Calne

2000-10-01

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Physiological optics, cognition and emotion: a novel look at the early work of Wilhelm Wundt.  

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The German physiologist Wilhelm Wundt, who later founded experimental psychology, arguably developed the first modern scientific conception of emotion. In the first edition of Vorlesungen Łber die Menschen- und Thierseele (Lectures on human and animal psychology), which was published in 1863, Wundt tried to establish that emotions were essential parts of rational thought. In fact, he considered them unconscious steps of decision-making that were implied in all processes of conscious thought. His early work deserves attention not only because it is the attempt to conceptualize cognition and emotion strictly from a neural point of view but also because it represents the very foundation of the debate about the nature of emotion that revolved around William James' theory of emotion during the 1890s. However, this aspect of his work is little known because scholars who have analyzed Wundt's work focused on his late career. Furthermore, historical analysis interpreted Wundt's work within a philosophical framework, rather than placing it in the context of German medical and physiological research in which it belongs. In addition, Wundt's early works are hardly available to an English speaking audience because they were never translated. PMID:18948411

Wassmann, Claudia

2009-04-01

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Retracing the footsteps of Wilhelm Wundt: explorations in the disciplinary frontiers of psychology and in VŲlkerpsychologie.  

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In 1927, Wilhelm Wundt's daughter, Eleonore Wundt, compiled and published a comprehensive catalogue of her father's works and works in translation. We use this catalogue as a starting point for an examination of the breadth of Wundt's contributions, the reaction to his works from the international psychological community, and the overall trajectory of his academic career. Two areas of particular interest are Wundt's view on the nature of psychology and its relationship to other disciplines, and his discussion of the nature of VŲlkerpsychologie and its role in psychology. A close examination of original sources reveals that Wundt anchored psychology in the realm of mental sciences. He regarded "psychology [to be] in relation to natural sciences the supplementary, in relation to the mental sciences the fundamental, and in relation to philosophy the propaedeutic empirical science." The accomplishments and limitations of Wundtian VŲlkerpsychologie are viewed stereoscopically through the lenses of its explicated conceptions, goals, and methods, on one hand, and of the contemporary advancements in psychology, on the other. Current implications of Wundt's works and further developments of his ideas are related to Davidson's theory of epistemology and to present-day deliberations on the biocultural coconstruction of human development. We conclude by considering the continuing relevance of Wundt's intellectual legacy. PMID:20509352

Wong, Wan-chi

2009-11-01

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Selection within organisms in the nineteenth century: Wilhelm Roux's complex legacy.  

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Selectionism, or the extension of darwinian chance/selection dynamics beyond the individual level, has a long history in biological thought. It has generated important theories in immunology or neurology, and turns out to be a convincing framework to account for the intrinsic stochastic nature of core events in cellular biology. When looking back at the intellectual origins of selectionism, the essay by the German embryologist Wilhelm Roux, Der Kampf der Theile im Organismus (The Struggle of the Parts in the Organism - 1881) might be one, if not the earliest reference after the darwinian revolution. It describes the individual as a multilevel structure, where each level results from a 'darwinian' struggle of its parts (molecules, cells, tissues, organs). But Roux's theory, far from being a simple extension of natural selection, has complex and even conflictual relationships with darwinism. This essay is worth rediscovering as a subtle historical testimony of the evolutionary and developmental life sciences debates of its time. Moreover, some of its theses may also enrich some current debates among evolutionary biologists over levels of selection, and among cellular and molecular biologists over the status of determinism in biology today. PMID:22525790

Heams, Thomas

2012-09-01

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Replication and Pedagogy in the History of Psychology V: The Metronome and Wilhelm Wundt's Search for the Components of Consciousness  

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Wilhelm Wundt (1832 1920) believed that consciousness was represented by the interconnection of psychical processes comprised of temporal elements and compounds. To explore these processes, Wundt used a metronome to measure the amount of information that passed into consciousness across time. The current project replicated some of his procedures, to better understand the role of introspection and the complexity of the metronome task for experimenters and observers. The results of the replication were mixed, but the replication helped provide insights into Wundtís procedures and their relationship to his theories.

Ayala, Christopher; Borawski, Steven; Miller, Jonathon

2008-05-01

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A plague outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, James WatsonSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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Interviewee: James Watson DNAi Location:Chronicle>In the third reich>taking the torch Kaiser Wilhelm Institute The Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics attempted broad description of human variation and reproduction. Taking the torch By the mid-1930s, the scientific basis of negative eugenics had been discredited. The well-documented phenomenon of hybrid vigor refuted notions of racial superiority, while Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium showed that dysgenic genes do not increase in a population. Members of Thomas Hunt Morgan's group showed that the genotype-phenotype relationship is highly variable, while Lionel Penrose found that most cases in a mental institution in Colchester, England resulted from a combination of genetic, environmental, and pathological causes. After a 1935 panel concluded that the work of the Eugenics Record Office was without scientific merit, eugenics research was phased out, and the facility was closed in December 1939. In the meantime, eugenics was gathering steam in Germany ? with help from America. In 1927, the Rockefeller Foundation provided funds for the constructon of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics in Berlin. The director, appropriately named Eugen Fischer, collaborated with Charles Davenport in the management of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations. On the occasion of the International Eugenics Congress in Rome, in 1929, they drafted a memo to Mussolini encouraging him to move ahead on eugenics with "maximum speed." In 1936, Harry Laughlin's contributions to race hygiene in Germany were recognized with an honorary degree from the University of Heidelberg. Hitler read Fischer's textbook Principles of Human Heredity and Race Hygiene while in prison at Landsberg and used eugenical notions to support the ideal of a pure Aryan society in his manifesto, Mein Kampf (My Struggle). When he came to power in 1933, Hitler charged the medical profession with the task of implementing a national program of race hygiene ? a key element of which was passage of an act permitting involuntary sterilization of feebleminded, mentally ill, epileptics, and alcoholics. Within a year, more than 50,000 sterilizations were ordered, and doctors competed to fill sterilization quotas. By the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, an estimated 400,000 people had been sterilized. James Watson discusses the founding of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics, the German equivalent of the Eugenics Record Office.

2008-10-06

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Neuroscience in its context. Neuroscience and psychology in the work of Wilhelm Wundt.  

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Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920), the first to establish an Institute devoted exclusively to psychological research in Germany, started his career as a (neuro)physiologist. He gradually turned into a psychologist in the 1860's and 1870's, at a time when neuroscience had to deal with the problem of giving an adequate physiological interpretation of the data accumulated by neuroanatomy. Neither the functional interpretation of brain morphology, nor the options provided by the reflex model seemed acceptable to Wundt. In his Physiological Psychology, first published in 1874, Wundt adds another aspect to this discussion by showing that psychology may help, and indeed is required, to clarify some of the most controversial problems in brain research. He thus became a key figure in neuroscience's struggle to locate itself within the various research traditions. The following theses will be argued for: 1. Wundt's turn to psychology resulted from his view that the methodological basis of physiological brain research of the time was unsatisfactory. 2. Psychology, in its attempt to solve these problems, implied a new conception of an interaction between experimental and theoretical brain research. 3. Wundt tried to demonstrate the necessity of psychological considerations for experimental brain research. These points are discussed with reference to Wundt's treatment of the localization of functions in the brain. According to Wundt, psychology can show, by analyzing the complex structure of intellect and will, that mental phenomena can be realized in the brain only in the form of complex interations of the elements of the brain. The results of the psychological considerations imply that a strict localizations cannot be correct; but they are also turned against the conception of a complete functional equivalence of the various parts of the cortext. For Wundt, a reconstruction of brain processes cannot start with neurones, but only with patterns of a functional organization of brain activity. Wundt accordingly proposes a functional interpretation on the level of the physiology of nervous tissue as well as for the over-all organization of the brain. PMID:11640242

Ziche, P

1999-01-01

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Kaiser Wilhelm Institute and plaque, still image with detailSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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DNAi location: Chronicle>In the Third Reich>taking the torch Eugenics was gathering steam in Germany √¬ with help from America. In 1927, the Rockefeller Foundation provided funds for the constructon of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics in Berlin. The director, appropriately named Eugen Fischer, collaborated with Charles Davenport in the management of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations. On the occasion of the International Eugenics Congress in Rome, in 1929, they drafted a memo to Mussolini encouraging him to move ahead on eugenics with "maximum speed." In 1936, Harry Laughlin's contributions to race hygiene in Germany were recognized with an honorary degree from the University of Heidelberg.

2008-10-06

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James Watson at the former Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, still imageSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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DNAi location: Chronicle>In the Third Reich>taking the torch In the late 1920s, eugenics was gathering steam in Germany √¬ with help from America. In 1927, the Rockefeller Foundation provided funds for the constructon of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics in Berlin. The director, appropriately named Eugen Fischer, collaborated with Charles Davenport in the management of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations. On the occasion of the International Eugenics Congress in Rome, in 1929, they drafted a memo to Mussolini encouraging him to move ahead on eugenics with "maximum speed." In 1936, Harry Laughlin's contributions to race hygiene in Germany were recognized with an honorary degree from the University of Heidelberg.

2008-10-06

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Wilhelm Reich's self-censorship after his arrest as an enemy alien: the chilling effect of an illegal imprisonment.  

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After discussing Wilhelm Reich's place in psychoanalysis, the article explores his arrest as an 'enemy alien' in December 1941. Reich's emotional responses to his imprisonment (which was illegal and which lasted nearly a month) are explored. A number of scholars have suggested that many European radical psychoanalysts refrained from sharing their former political ideas once they emigrated to the United States. Following a brief discussion of this pattern of 'silencing,' it is argued that Reich's withholding certain documents from publication was due to a self-imposed censorship, motivated in part by the fear of further governmental interference with his life and work. This fear, however, did not extend to his discussion of his newly developed theory of orgone energy. PMID:24628260

Bennett, Philip W

2014-04-01

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Replication and Pedagogy in the History of Psychology V: The Metronome and Wilhelm Wundtís Search for the Components of Consciousness  

Microsoft Academic Search

Wilhelm Wundt (1832Ė1920) believed that consciousness was represented by the interconnection of psychical processes comprised\\u000a of temporal elements and compounds. To explore these processes, Wundt used a metronome to measure the amount of information\\u000a that passed into consciousness across time. The current project replicated some of his procedures, to better understand the\\u000a role of introspection and the complexity of the

Christopher Ayala; Steven Borawski; Jonathon Miller

2008-01-01

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Treating Epiphora in Adults With the Wilhelm Plastic Nasolacrimal Stent: Mid-Term Results of a Prospective Study  

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The objective of the present study was to evaluate, in a prospective, single-center study, the effectiveness of the Wilhelm-type stent used in interventional radiology for the management of epiphora. Patients (n = 104; mean age 64 [range 25-88]; 33 male and 71 female) with severe epiphora had the stents inserted (135 stents in 115 eyes) to treat obstruction of the nasolacrimal system. The etiology of the obstruction was idiopathic in 83 cases, chronic dacryocystitis in 31, cases and postsurgical status in 1 case. The overall technical success rate of stent placement was near 94%. Resolution of epiphora was complete in 105 cases and partial in 3 cases. During a mean 13-month follow-up (range 1 week to 28 months), the median duration of primary patency was 11 months, and the percentage of patency at 6 months was 60.8%, at 1 year was 39.6%, and at 2 years was 25%. Stents malfunctioned in 54 cases, and all were easily withdrawn except in 1 case. Of these 27 cases, patency recovered spontaneously in 9 and by way of a second stent in 18. Secondary patency was 50%. Factors presdisposing to lower primary patency are inflammatory etiology and location of the obstruction. The benefit of stent deployment is clear with respect to the resolution of epiphora in candidate patients for percutaneous treatment. Technical and/or design improvements would be welcomed.

Ciampi, Juan J., E-mail: juanciampi@hotmail.com; Lanciego, Carlos [Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Complejo Hospitalario de Toledo, Interventional Radiology Unit, Department of Radiology (Spain); Navarro, Sofia [Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Ophthalmology Service (Spain); Cuena, Rafael [Research-Statistics Unit of the Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Complejo Hospitalario de Toledo (Spain); Velasco, Javier [Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Complejo Hospitalario de Toledo, Interventional Radiology Unit, Department of Radiology (Spain); Perea, Miguel [Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Ophthalmology Service (Spain); Garcia-Garcia, Lorenzo [Hospital Virgen de la Salud, Complejo Hospitalario de Toledo, Interventional Radiology Unit, Department of Radiology (Spain)

2011-02-15

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[The 100th anniversary of Gustav Wilhelm StŲrring's "Lectures on Psychopathology". A review of his early years].  

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The aim of this essay is to retell the life and work of philosopher and psychiatrist Gustav Wilhelm StŲrring (1860-1946) during his early years in Leipzig and Erdmannshain. His "Lectures on Psychopathology and its Impact on Normal Psychology", written 100 years ago, are acknowledged as his most important work. With this book StŲrring stands in opposition to many of his contemporaries, which is illustrated with his concept of mania. In some aspects, however, his ideas coincide with those of other well-known psychiatrists such as Emil Kraepelin. Both were inclined to the idea that psychiatry and psychology could mutually stimulate each other. StŲrring's work in Wundt's laboratory of experimental psychology had a major impact on his work. Wundt's ideas gave impetus to a lot of his work and also influenced papers StŲrring was to write later on. StŲrring's biography is followed until 1902 when he was appointed professor of philosophy of Zurich University, in which his friend Ernst Meumann was substantially involved. In Leipzig StŲrring had started his work as Flechsig's assistant at the hospital of psychiatry and neurology of Leipzig University. In 1897 he founded his own sanitarium for mentally and neurologically ill in Erdmannshain, a village near Leipzig, which he managed together with his wife Marie, nťe Bonacker. With the help of Wundt StŲrring qualifies as a university lecturer. During the years regarded here, however, he got more and more attracted to philosophical matters, thus turning away from neurosciences. In time he started to regard his work as physician as nothing more than necessary for making his living. His relationship with Wundt, who together with his laboratory of experimental psychology had previously made him wish to come to Leipzig, cooled down, at least on the part of the first. That puts an end to StŲrring's early years not only from the point of view of his biography but also from his work. PMID:10923248

Steinberg, H; KŁnstler, U

2000-06-01

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The Wilhelm Wundt Center and the first graduate program for the history and philosophy of psychology in Brazil: A brief report.  

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The expansion of Brazilian universities since 2009 has promoted a general growth and incentive of scientific activities throughout the country, not only in the so-called hard sciences, but also in the human sciences. In this brief report, we announce the creation of two new institutional spaces dedicated to the history and philosophy of psychology at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF) in Brazil: the Wilhelm Wundt Center for the History and Philosophy of Psychology (NUHFIP) and the Graduate Program in History and Philosophy of Psychology. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved). PMID:23977953

Araujo, Saulo de Freitas; Caropreso, FŠtima Siqueira; Simanke, Richard Theisen; CastaŮon, Gustavo Arja

2013-08-01

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Nomenclatural studies toward a world catalog of Diptera genus-group names. III. Christian Rudolph Wilhelm Wiedemann.  

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The Diptera genus-group names of Christian Rudolph Wilhelm Wiedemann are reviewed and annotated. A total of 50 available genus-group names in 25 families of Diptera are listed alphabetically for each name giving author, year and page of original publication, originally included species, type species and method of fixation, current status of the name, family placement, and a list of any emendations of it that have been found in the literature. Remarks are given to clarify nomenclatural or taxonomic information. A biography of Wiedemann is given with discussion of his works and his relationships with contemporaries. In addition, an index is given to all the species-group names of Diptera proposed by Wiedemann (1,775 of which 1,698 are available) with bibliographic reference to each original citation. An appendix gives a complete bibliography of all the known writings by Wiedemann, non-zoological as well as zoological.The following type species is designated herein: Eristalis chrysopygus Wiedemann, 1819 for Pachycephalus Wiedemann, 1830, by present designation [Syrphidae].Corrected or clarified type-species and methods of typification are given for: Colax Wiedemann, 1824 [Nemestrinidae]; Cyphomyia Wiedemann, 1819 [Stratiomyidae]; Philoliche Wiedemann, 1821 [Tabanidae]; Ropalomera Wiedemann, 1820 [Ropalomeridae]; Timia Wiedemann, 1824 [Ulidiidae].Acting as First Reviser, the following correct original spelling for multiple original spellings is selected: Maekistocera Wiedemann, 1820 [Tipulidae]. A previous First Reviser action for multiple original spellings missed by other workers is given for the following: Rhaphiorhynchus Wiedemann, 1821 [Pantophthalmidae].The following nominal genera enter into new synonymies: Ceratophyia Osten Sacken, 1858 of Ceratophya Wiedemann, 1824, n. syn. [Syrphidae]; Epopter Wiedemann, 1830 of Sphecomyia Le Peletier & Serville, 1825, n. syn. [Syrphidae]; Melophaga Wiedemann, 1830 of Melophagus Latreille, 1802, n. syn. [Hippoboscidae]; Midas Latreille, 1797 of Mydas Fabricius, 1794, n. syn. [Mydidae]; Nemestrina Latreille, 1809 of Nemestrinus Latreille, 1802, n. syn. [Nemestrinidae]; Pangonia Latreille, 1809 of Pangonius Latreille, 1802, n. syn. [Tabanidae]; Scatophaga Wiedemann, 1828 of Scathophaga Meigen, 1803, n. syn. [Scathophagidae]; Threneste Wiedemann, 1830 of Penthetria Meigen, 1803, n. syn. [Bibionidae]. PMID:25325087

Evenhuis, Neal L; Pont, Adrian C

2013-01-01

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A review of the history of U.S. radiation protection regulations, recommendations, and standards.  

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Shortly after the discovery of x rays by Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen in 1895, and the isolation of the element radium by Pierre and Marie Curie three years later, the fascination with and potential for an array of uses of ionizing radiation in medicine, science, and technology was born. As with any new technology, there was a need to balance both the beneficial and potential detrimental effects of uses of these new technologies for the advancement of humankind. In the early days, radiation hazards were not well understood. Over the decades increasing concerns in the scientific community and lay population demanded that standardized guidance and recommendations be developed for the use of ionizing radiation. Today, U.S. radiation protection standards and recommendations to protect the occupational worker, members of the general public, and the environment are numerous and complex. This review summarizes the history of the development and application of radiation protection standards and regulations to assure the safe use of radiation and radioactive materials. The evolution and roles of international and national scientific recommending and regulatory organizations that shape U.S. radiation protection policy are described and discussed. PMID:15891462

Jones, Cynthia G

2005-06-01

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X-ray diffraction and packing analysis on vintage crystals: Wilhelm Koerner's nitrobenzene derivatives from the School of Agricultural Sciences in Milano.  

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The crystal structures of six nitrotoluene derivatives, synthesized by Wilhelm Koerner about a century ago and retrieved from a depository at the University of Milano, were determined. The correct assignment of molecular structures is verified. The geometry of the nitro groups and factors affecting the orientation of nitro groups with respect to the benzene ring are discussed, also using an auxiliary set of crystal structures retrieved from the Cambridge Structural Database. The crystal packings have been analyzed, and lattice energies have been calculated by atom-atom potential methods and by the newly proposed Pixel method. This method allows a more complete description of intermolecular potentials in terms of the interaction between molecular electron densities and separate Coulombic, polarization, dispersion and overlap repulsion energies. Lattice vibrations and external entropies were calculated by lattice-dynamical procedures. The results of the Pixel energy calculations allow a reliable, quantitative assessment of the relative importance of stacking interactions and hydrogen bonding in the rationalization of the recognition modes of nitrobenzene derivatives, which is impossible to attain using only qualitative atom- atom geometry concepts. PMID:15367796

Demartin, Francesco; Filippini, Giuseppe; Gavezzotti, Angelo; Rizzato, Silvia

2004-10-01

139

Clinical and roentgen manifestations of cholecystoduodenal fistula  

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A review of the clinical, pathologic, and radiographic features of cholecystoduodenal fistulas has been presented. A high percentage of patients will have abnormal air patterns in the right upper quadrant on plain radiographic examination, and virtually all patients can be diagnosed by upper-gastrointestinal examination. The characteristic pseudodiverticulum seen with cholecystoduodenal fistula is described, and differential considerations are reviewed.

Michael C. Beachley; Gary G. Ghahremani; Lawrence E. Southworth; Ernest P. Siconolfi

1976-01-01

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Investigation relative to the Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT)  

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Reports include: High Resolution Observations of the Central Region of M31; The X-ray Emission of Low-X-ray-Luminosity Early-Type Galaxies: Gas Versus Compact Sources; Interaction Between Cluster Gas and Radio Features of Cygnus A; Hot Gas and Dark Halos in Early-Type Galaxies; A Gravitational Lens in X-rays - 0957+461; How Massive are Early-Type Galaxies?; Three Crab-Like SNR in the Large Magellanic Cloud; and Soft X-ray Emission from Boundary Layers in Cataclysmic Variables. Papers submitted to the Astrophysical Journal are attached.

Elvis, Martin S.; Primini, Francis A.; Fabbiano, Guiseppina; Harris, Daniel E.; Jones-Foreman, Christine; Trinchieri, Ginevra; Golub, Leon; Bookbinder, Jay; Seward, Frederick D.; Zombeck, Martin V.

1994-01-01

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Various Roentgen satellite (ROSAT) related studies  

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The first six months was spent obtaining ROSAT Survey data for as many Slew Survey sources as possible. ROSAT Survey (RASS) counterparts for 605 of the 819 Slew sources (or 75 percent). were found at MPE, providing RASS positions, fluxes, and hardness ratios. The positions were used immediately to confirm or reject proposed catalog identifications from SIMBAD and NED, and to begin a program of identifying new BL Lac objects with high efficiency. In the final six months of the award, extensive analysis were preformed on the RASS counterpart data at Cambridge screening Slew sources with multiple RASS counterparts (up to 23); extended sources and sources with large discrepancies between the RASS and Slew positions. The possibly highly absorbed sources were also studied. Finally, the RASS data has helped to identify optical counterparts to Slew Survey sources - BL Lacs stars, and 'blank fields'.

Stauffer, John R.; Schachter, Jonathan; Gorenstein, Paul; Hughes, John P.; Seward, Frederick D.

1994-01-01

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[The search for "od." Karl Ludwig Freiheer von Reichenbach (1788-1869) and Karl Wilhelm Mayrhofer (1806-1853), two joined against Justus von Liebig].  

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The author describes the controversy between Justus von Liebig on one side and Reichenbach and Mayrhofer on the other side. It is a controversy about problems of science and medicine which are characteristic for the late 18th and the first half of the 19th century, when Mesmerism and similar ideas of occultic and comparative phenomenona were discussed and often refused as being "not scientific". Justus von Liebig and Karl Ludwig Freiherr von Reichenbach were both chemists, both interested in scientific progress and working in this field. They were friends in the years 1830 to 1848. But later on this friendship ended when Reichenbach--who in the mean time moved to Vienna--became more and more interested in phenomenons seen by sensitive persons concerning effects of light. Although Reichenbach himself was not able to recognize the phenomenons he was sure that other persons had this ability. He had the impression that there is a special force floating through the universe, and this force he called "od". Liebig, who was not able to follow this theory and rejected it has speculation, turned against Reichenbach in 1852-3. So the controversy began and their old friendship came to an end. Reichenbach's theory of the "od", characteristic for the time of the romanticism and leading back to Mesmerism was accepted and supported by the Austrian physician Dr. Karl Wilhelm Mayrhofer who had aroused his interest by describing similar phenomenos some of this patients had. The letters of both men, the chemist and the doctor, which are well preserved (Technical Museum of Vienna) and discussed here, give a good impression of Reichenbach's ideas concerning his theory of the "od" and his philosophical ideas. As Reichenbach tried to find a philosophy corresponding to his theory and as he meant to have found this in the philosophy of Friedrich Eduard Beneke his remarks in those letters give a good information about Beneke's discussion of Reichenbach's theory. Mayrhofer, on the other hand, following Reichenbach's theory of the "od", rejected Beneke's philosophy because he himself joined another philisophy on the basis of the christian religion. However, when Reichenbach's latest book on these problems appeared in 1854, Beneke and Mayrhofer had died shortly before and no further discussion was possible. But Reichenbach's theory, based on the ideas of Mesmerism, and the controversial discussion about new explanations of the phenomenona seen by sensitive persons are characteristic for this time and also for our time as such perceptions are not entirely denied but thought over in a new way. PMID:6156792

Habacher, M

1980-05-01

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Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universitt Bonn  

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1429652 Bonn, 10. Juni 2006 bei Prof. Dr. Rolf Klein #12;1 Danksagungen Ich danke Herrn Prof. Dr. Klein bedanken, sowie bei Melanie Elm f√ľrs Korrektur- lesen. Ein besonderer Dank gilt meiner Familie und meinen

Eckmiller, Rolf

144

A reappraisal of Wilhelm Wundt  

Microsoft Academic Search

Reexamines the psychology of Wundt on the occasion of the centenary of his influence in founding experimental psychology. Historical accounts of Wundt that arose in the early 20th century are considered as heavily in error, particularly concerning the issues of mind-body dualism, elementalism, and associationism. The central theme in Wundt's psychology is selective volitional attention. Modern cognitive psychology and research

Arthur L. Blumenthal

1975-01-01

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Crystallography: To Infinity and BeyondÖ  

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William Henry Bragg moved from Cambridge in Britain to South Australia to take up a professorship at the University of Adelaide in 1885. He brought with him a broad interest in many areas of physics, but when Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays in the 1890s, Bragg's interest was stimulated. William's Australian-born son, Lawrence (WLÖ

Bond, Charles

2014-01-01

146

Radiation in the universe  

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When Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered radiation one hundred years ago, it seemed that what was discovered was one of the rarest and most volatile members of the family of the basic modules of our natural world. Today cosmologists report that a substantial part of the universe's radiation energy consists of X-rays, which travel through cosmic space with the speed of light.

Stuhlinger, Ernst; Truemper, Joachim; Weisskopf, Martin

1992-01-01

147

Making filmless radiology work  

Microsoft Academic Search

ESPITE 2 DECADES of optimistic and confident predictions that filmless radiology was imminent, the centennial commemoration of Wilhelm Roentgen's discovery of the x-ray will come and go this year with only a small number of radiology departments interpreting more than a small fraction of imaging studies using a computer workstation. The reasons for this undoubtedly representa combination of economic constraints,

Eliot L. Siegel; John N. Diaconis; Stephen Pomerantz; Robert Allman; Brian Briscoe

1995-01-01

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[Roentgen image presentation in the patient's room. Simple equipment for demonstration and storage of roentgen images].  

PubMed

Immediate presentation of the more significant X-ray pictures facilitates planning and supervision of therapy in trauma surgery and orthopedics. If a wire rope is stretched in front of the window X-ray pictures can be clipped onto it, which avoids time-consuming searches. Suspended filing boxes placed in each sickroom make appropriate storage of each patient's X-ray pictures possible. The expenditure for all this amounted to 100 DM for each two-bedded room. Wire ropes and boxes were technically easy to install with a minimum investment of time. The presentation of X-ray pictures considerably increased the patients' understanding of their illness. It was also very rare for X-ray pictures to get mixed up once this system had been instituted. PMID:9082570

Prokop, A; Rehm, K E; Sagebiel, A

1996-12-01

149

["... that progress in anatomy is most likely to occur when its problems include the study of growth and function, as well as of structure". about the anatomy and physiology of Ernst Heinrich Weber (794-1878 and Wilhelm His (1831-1904) his successor in the department of anatomy at the University of Leipzig].  

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The Leipzig anatomist and physiologist Ernst Heinrich Weber had introduced physiological thinking in anatomy and exact methods of mathematical physics to the study of the functioning of the body making him the founder of a physically orientated physiology. But he would not have been that excellent physiologist without being a nonetheless distinguished anatomist since he solved his physiological problems usually following function in close relation to structure. Together with his brother Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804-1891), who later was to become a famous physicist, in their theory of waves he laid the basis for an exact analysis of the movements of fluids in elastic tubes und was the first to apply the basic laws of hydrodynamics to the circulation of the blood. In collaboration with his youngest brother Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Weber (1806-1871), who worked as a prosector at his institute and together with Wilhelm Weber had studied the mechanics of the walking apparatus, he demonstrated the inhibiting effect of the vagus nerve on the action of the heart. Ernst Heinrich Weber's approach to consider an organ as a whole not neglecting the study of its function set him apart from most of his contemporaries and has characterized the work of the Leipzig anatomists and physiologists since his time. Among those was Wilhelm His from Basle who succeeded him in the chair of anatomy in 1872. On the basis of a systematic analysis of human embryos by means of serial sections and plastic reconstruction His completely reformed the field of embryology and was the first to present a comprehensive treatise on human embryology. The making of modern human embryology was, above all, his achievement. He did not confine himself to mere description but wanted to gain deeper insight into the causal events by developmental-mechanical conceptions. With his detection of the neuroblasts and that they give rise to an axon and later to dendrites His provided the developmental foundations for the neuron-theory. PMID:16320825

Hildebrand, Reinhard

2005-11-01

150

The Alphabet of Nature and the Alphabet of Culture in the Eighteenth Century. Botany, Diplomatics, and Ethno-Linguistics according to Carl von Linnť, Johann Christoph Gatterer, and Christian Wilhelm BŁttner  

PubMed Central

In the middle of the eighteenth century, Carl von Linnť, Johann Christoph Gatterer, and Christian Wilhelm BŁttner attempted to realize the old idea of deciphering the alphabet of the world, which Francis Bacon had raised as a general postulate of science. This article describes these attempts and their interrelations. Linnť used the model of the alphabet to classify plants according to the characters of this fruiting body. Gatterer, one of the leading German historians during the Enlightenment, adopted the botanical method of classification by genus and species to classify the history of scripts. He used the forms of the alphabetic characters to measure the age of manuscripts and to map the process of history as a genealogy of culture. Gatterer collaborated closely with BŁttner, the first GŲttingen professor of natural history. BŁttner constructed a general alphabet of languages which connected the phonetics of language with the historically known alphabets. Early on, diplomatics and ethnography combined the natural order of natural history and the cultural order of the alphabet with the attempt to register development and to document development by the evolution of forms. Based on the shared model of the alphabet and on the common necessity to classify their empirical material, natural history and the description of culture were related attempts in the middle of the eighteenth century to comprehend the alphabetically organized nature and a naturally ordered culture. PMID:20665241

2010-01-01

151

Konrad Lorenz and contemporary philosophy of mind  

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1. Forerunning pages In this paper I wish to call the reader's attention upon some pages Lorenz wrote in the Forties of the last century, well before contemporary philosophy of mind was born. Nevertheless, I think that these pages are extremely interesting for the contemporary philosopher of mind. With few exceptions, contemporary philosophers of mind neither quote Lorenz's ideas nor

MARCO SALUCCI

152

Wissenschaftstheoretische Anmerkungen zu Konrad Lorenz' ĄVergleichende Verhaltensforschungď  

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Zusammenfassung Vier von Lorenz aufgeworfene Problemkreise sollen im folgenden diskutiert werden:1.Die Lorenzsche Auffassung bezŁglich der Eigenstšndigkeit der biologischen Explikation.2.Biologische Explikation und Finalitšt.3.āGanzheitĎ und āGestaltĎ in der biologischen Forschung.4.Stammesgeschichtliche Verhaltensbetrachtung.

Christiane Weinberger

1980-01-01

153

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fr Informationstechnik Berlin  

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computer models of individual anatomy 3D geometry models of human anatomy are becoming increasingly of individual anatomy from medical image data: Segmentation and geometry processing #12;Prepared for submission reconstruction of individual anatomy from medical image data: Segmentation and geometry processing Stefan Zachow

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154

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fr Informationstechnik Berlin  

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not rely on an explicit knowledge of a Green function or a series representation of the solution boundary by a series representation using Hankel functions (cf. [5]). Infinite element methods (cf. [4) Method consists in surrounding the computational domain by a sponge layer with an anisotropic damping

Andrzejak, Artur

155

October 30, 2010 Tutor: Professor Konrad Wegener  

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of ultrahard and tough materials (titanium), ultrasonic assisted manufacturing processes, simulation of grinding, simulation of drilling, optimization of hard broaching, contact free dressing and truing

Daraio, Chiara

156

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fur Informationstechnik Berlin  

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. ZSCHIEDRICH, R. KLOSE, A. SCHA¨DLE, F. SCHMIDT A new Finite Element realization of the Perfectly Matched Layer;A new Finite Element realization of the Perfectly Matched Layer Method for Helmholtz scattering-Zuse-Zentrum Berlin, Takustr. 7, D-14195 Berlin-Dahlem. Abstract In this paper we propose a new finite element

Andrzejak, Artur

157

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fr Informationstechnik Berlin  

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a multigrid algorithm based on an edge element discretization of time-harmonic Maxwell's equations, including the divergence condition. Second, an explicit elimination of longitudinal magnetic components leads to a nodal discretization known to avoid discrete spurious modes also and a vectorial eigenvalue problem, for which we

Andrzejak, Artur

158

INSTINTO, ETOLOGIA E A TEORIA DE KONRAD LORENZ Instinct, Etology and the Konrad Lorenz theory  

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The purpose of this paper is to discuss the evolution of science that studies compa- rative animal behaviour - Etology -, highlighting the theory of Lorenz (1937), considered one of the founders of this science. The text begins by making reference to the diverse relati- onships existing between man and other animals from the beginning of human being existen- ce.

Ńtima Clemente Alves Zuanon

159

THE INFLUENCE OF ROENTGEN IRRADIATION UPON SERUM PROTEIN  

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Serum protein fractions of x irradiated rabbits were studied by paper ; electrophoresis. Total protein, the albumin fraction, and the A\\/G ratio were ; decreased in all irradiated animals, while the alpha -, BETA -, and gamma -; globulin fractions were increased. These changes did not vary with the x-ray ; dose when single irradiations were applied but they did

Shibata

1961-01-01

160

Stochastic Switching Circuit Synthesis Daniel Wilhelm  

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introduce a new duality property for series-parallel stochastic switching circuits. Finally, we construct on the so-called two-terminal series-parallel circuits. A two-terminal circuit is an undirected graph. A two-terminal circuit C is series-parallel (sp) iff C is: (1) a single switch, or (2) a series

Bruck, Jehoshua (Shuki)

161

Wilhelm His (1831-1904): Biography  

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An online encyclopedia article about a Swiss embryologist who proposed the first causal-mechanical (rather than preformationist) explanation of embryogenesis, and constructed the first microtome for studying sectioned embryos.

Kimberly A Buettner (Arizona State University Embryo Project Encyclopedia)

2012-07-08

162

Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt University of Twente  

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.2 POLICY TOOLS AND ACTIONS 11 3.2.1 DISPUTE SETTLEMENT 11 3.2.2 TRADE POLICY REVIEW 12 3.3 ACCESSION-Marie Ridder Bachelor Thesis SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES IN GLOBALIZED TRADE SYSTEMS: TONGA AND THE WTO 18.1 GEOGRAPHY 2 2.2 HISTORY 3 2.3 POLITICS 6 2.4 ECONOMY 7 3. WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION 10 3.1 BODIES 10 3

Vellekoop, Michel

163

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn  

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-Theologische Fakultät Faculty of Protestant Theology Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät Faculty of Catholic Theology Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Landwirtschaftliche

Ferrari, Patrik L.

164

Argelander, Friedrich Wilhelm August (1799-1875)  

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Astronomer, born in Memel, East Prussia. Director of the Bonn Observatory, where he organized a survey of the position of all 324 198 stars of the northern hemisphere above the ninth magnitude, published as the star charts and catalogs of the Bonner Durchmusterung (BD). His assistant, Eduard SchŲnfeld (1828-91), made the extension (BDE) into the southern sky. It is staggering to think about this ...

Murdin, P.

2000-11-01

165

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn Description  

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cathedral in the Gothic tradition. For those with royal desires, hit up the Schloss Augustusburg in Bruhl , an amusement park that delights visitors both young and old. If modern art is your thing, then plan to visit

Bristol, University of

166

X-rays surgical revolution.  

PubMed

Wilhelm Roentgen (1845-1923) created a surgical revolution with the discovery of the X-rays in late 1895 and the subsequent introduction of this technique for the management of surgical patients. No other physician or scientist had ever imagined such a powerful and worthwhile discovery. Other scientists paved the way for Roentgen to approach the use of these new X-rays for medical purposes. In this way, initially, and prior to Roentgen, Thompson, Hertz, and Lenard applied themselves to the early developments of this technology. They made good advances but never reached the clearly defined understanding brought about by Roentgen. The use of a Crookes tube, a barium platinocyanide screen, with fluorescent light and the generation of energy to propagate the cathode rays were the necessary elements for the conception of an X-ray picture. On November 8, 1895, Roentgen began his experiments on X-ray technology when he found that some kind of rays were being produced by the glass of the tube opposite to the cathode. The development of a photograph successfully completed this early imaging process. After six intense weeks of research, on December 22, he obtained a photograph of the hand of his wife, the first X-ray ever made. This would be a major contribution to the world of medicine and surgery. PMID:19842886

Toledo-Pereyra, Luis H

2009-01-01

167

Antoine BťclŤre (1856-1939): founder of radiotherapy.  

PubMed

Who was Dr Antoine BťclŤre? "One of the founders of virology and immunology" declare the microbiologists. "Founder of French Radiology" proclaims the special postage stamp bearing his portrait, issued in 1957 in France. "Founder" he truly was in both these fields, when we consider the important contribution of his "oeuvre princeps" to the development of the discoveries of Louis Pasteur and of Wilhelm Roentgen. With regard to medical radiology -both diagnostic and therapeutic- which he created in its entirety, almost every advance in this prodigiously fertile new science bears his imprint. PMID:17577285

Androutsos, G

2002-01-01

168

Geographisches Institut Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn  

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for Land Use Changes in the Hill Zone of Western Tajikistan The Impact of New Actors in the Loess Hills years drastic environmental changes have been observed in the hill zone of western Tajikistan. An empirical study was conducted in two areas in the loess hills of western Tajikistan. The exploratory nature

Richner, Heinz

169

FriedrichWilhelmsUniversit at meinard}@cs.unibonn.de  

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Signal Processing B­IT, IPEC 4 Sampling and Aliasing 4.1 Sampling 4.2 Shannon Sampling Theorem 4 of the Signal from its WFT 6.4 Discrete Version of the WFT 6.5 Drawback of the WFT 7 Continuous Wavelet Processing B­IT, IPEC 7.2 Examples of Wavelets 7.3 Time­frequency localization of the CWT 7.4 Examples

Clausen, Michael

170

[Wilhelm Conrad RŲntgen and the discovery of X-rays].  

PubMed

W.C. RŲntgen reported the discovery of X-rays in December 1895 after seven weeks of assiduous work during which he had studied the properties of this new type of radiation able to go through screens of notable thickness. He named them X-rays to underline the fact that their nature was unknown. The news of this discovery immediately aroused an immense interest in the public and also initiated intense research in several directions. Physicians and physicists began as early as January 1896 to use X-rays on patients to investigate the skeleton and subsequently the lung and other organs. This was the birth or radiology. Rapidly they observed skin erythema, which led to the idea of using X-rays against a variety of lesions. In June 1896 the first patient was treated by radiotherapy. J.J. Thomson (Cambridge, U.K.) showed that X-rays were able to ionize gaz and the study of this phenomenon led to the discovery of electrons in 1897. In order to understand the emission of X-rays, H. Becquerel (Paris) investigated the role of the phosphorescence of the glass of the tube and while doing so discovered radioactivity in March 1896. X-rays and radioactivity were at the origin of the scientific revolution at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. Research on radioactive materials demonstrated the existence of atoms which had been till then only a convenient hypothesis for explaining chemical reactions, but whose reality was considered as dubious by most physicists. Moreover, interaction of particles emitted by radionuclides and atoms enabled first the study of the structure of the atom and subsequently its nucleus. Matter, elements which were thought to be immutable were found to be transmutable, and eventually to disintegrate. The origin of the energy transferred to the radiation which was emitted appeared as a mystery and in order to explain it the physicist had to accept that matter could convert energy. In 1903 Einstein established the equivalence between matter and energy. Matter, energy, electricity, light which were formerly considered as continuous quantities were found to be discrete: there are particles of matter (elementary particles), energy (quanta, Planck 1905), electricity (electron), light (photons). Radioactive decay, particle interactions imposed a probabilistic physics which progressively replaced classic deterministic physics. Radioactivity can be used as a clock to measure time in the universe. Datations were made for fossils, art masterpieces and also for the earth, the solar system and universe. X-rays diffraction proved to be a powerful tool for studying crystals and molecules, in particular protein, and in 1953 enabled to demonstrate the DNA double helix. Hence X-rays and radioactivity originated a revolution in physics and science and in the vision of nature. The imperceptible and yet so powerful rays demonstrated the deficiencies of our senses. Mathematical entities and instrumentation must complement our sensations. The huge increment in our knowledge is accompanied by a divorce between the scientist and the layman who now often has great difficulties understanding new concepts not only in physics but also in biology. PMID:8696882

Tubiana, M

1996-01-01

171

We have already encountered Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Mathematics in  

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Sometimes mathematicians coin terms and define relations between them that are ďsomewhat inconsistentĒ. Nonlinear programming is one such ill-defined term, since linear programming is considered a special case of nonlinear programming. Even someone not exceling in logic may find this strange. I therefore try to use continuous optimization instead of nonlinear programming, although I am aware that combinatorial optimization can be viewed as nonlinear programming but not necessarily as continuous optimization. Optimization may, in fact, be in need of a new consistent nomenclature. The Mathematical Programming Society has already made a small step by renaming itself into Mathematical Optimization Society in order to avoid confusions with computer programming. My original intention for the contents of this chapter was to highlight the contributions to optimization of mathematicians that have some relation to Berlin. Due to intensive discussions with potential authors, the section developed differently and now contains wonderful survey articles on a wide range of exciting developments in continuous optimization. It begins with the history of the gradient method, discusses the origins of the KKT theorem, the Nelder-Mead simplex algorithm, various aspects of subgradient techniques and nonsmooth optimization, updating techniques, the influence of the Cold War on the maximum principle, and the arrival of infinite-dimensional optimization. As the ISMP 2012 takes place in Berlin, I feel obliged, however, to provide at least some condensed information about mathematics and mathematicians who contributed to optimization and spent some time in Berlin. (I also use this opportunity to thank my wife for providing me with many of the details. She wrote a book [1], directed at a non-mathematical readership, that covers the history of all aspects of mathematics in Berlin.)

Berlinbeganwithhim Heinitiatedthefoundationofthepredecessorofwhatis

172

Zum Briefwechsel zwischen Gottfried Kirch und Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a Summary††Between June 1702 and December 1708 the astronomer, Kirch in Berlin and the philosopher, Leibniz in Hannover exchanged eleven\\u000a letters. The letters from Leibniz to Kirch were published in 1900. The author will prove in this article, that the letters,\\u000a which are kept in the Leibniz-Archives in Hannover, are Kirch's original answers to Leibniz. For first time, these letters\\u000a will

Klaus-Dieter Herbst

1994-01-01

173

A clŪnica pulsional de Wilhelm Reich: uma tentativa de atualizaÁ„o  

Microsoft Academic Search

Busca-se propor uma fundamentaÁ„o da psicoterapia corporal de inspiraÁ„o reichiana dentro do quadro de referÍncia da pri meira teoria freudiana das pulsűes. Tenta-se explicar os elementos průprios da abordagem reichiana a partir da idťia de uma din‚mica psŪquica baseada no conflito entre puls„o e defesa. Tambťm s„o discutidas, brevemente, algumas possibilidades de ampliaÁ„o desse modelo a partir de propostas oriundas

Ricardo Amaral Rego

2003-01-01

174

In 1895, German physicist Wilhelm Rntgen discovers a  

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an increase in sensitivity comparable to going from looking at the night sky with the naked-eye to the seeing its 15th year of operation. Because of its high orbit and the continued success of its components

175

Finite Element Valuation of Swing Options M. Wilhelm1  

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methods, swing options, multiple optimal stopping time problems, power derivatives 1Institute of multiple stopping time problems to a cascade of single stopping time problems is utilized. The numerical- matically of the same type, namely optimal multiple stopping time problems. Despite the simple and intuitive

Lang, Annika

176

Westflische Wilhelms-Universitt Mnster Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik  

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of skull anisotropy in a realistically shaped FE model. Simulations show that by disregarding the skull anisotropy the depth localization is inaccurate, especially in regions where the skull is relatively thick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 5.1.4 Finite Element Conductivity and Skull Tensor Eigenvalues 50 i #12;Contents 5.1.5 3-layer

M√ľnster, Westf√§lische Wilhelms-Universit√§t

177

Prof. Wilhelm Huisinga Institut fr Mathematik, Universitt Potsdam Die Mathematik  

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+ excretion Disposition = distribution + elimination Wichtige pharmakokinetische Prozesse Digestive System Blood Urinary System Circulatory Heart Nutrients System Respiratory System Cells/Organs metabolic wastes

Baer, Christian

178

In 1896, only one year after German physicist Wilhem Conrad Roentgen dis-  

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early years, radiology generat- ed many two-dimensional imaging tech- niques. Then, in the second half is creating a new rela- tionship between dental surgeons and radiologists. Columbia's College of Dental, students, residents, and patients. Christos Angelopoulos DDS, MS, dental radiologist and CBCT expert, who

Grishok, Alla

179

From Roentgen to magnetic resonance imaging: the history of medical imaging.  

PubMed

Medical imaging has advanced in remarkable ways since the discovery of x-rays 120 years ago. Today's radiologists can image the human body in intricate detail using computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, ultrasound, and various other modalities. Such technology allows for improved screening, diagnosis, and monitoring of disease, but it also comes with risks. Many imaging modalities expose patients to ionizing radiation, which potentially increases their risk of developing cancer in the future, and imaging may also be associated with possible allergic reactions or risks related to the use of intravenous contrast agents. In addition, the financial costs of imaging are taxing our health care system, and incidental findings can trigger anxiety and further testing. This issue of the NCMJ addresses the pros and cons of medical imaging and discusses in detail the following uses of medical imaging: screening for breast cancer with mammography, screening for osteoporosis and monitoring of bone mineral density with dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry, screening for congenital hip dysplasia in infants with ultrasound, and evaluation of various heart conditions with cardiac imaging. Together, these articles show the challenges that must be met as we seek to harness the power of today's imaging technologies, as well as the potential benefits that can be achieved when these hurdles are overcome. PMID:24663131

Scatliff, James H; Morris, Peter J

2014-01-01

180

Osgood-Schlatter's disease, an emphasis on soft tissue changes in roentgen diagnosis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Osgood-Schlatter's disease is a well known entity affecting the adolescent knee. Radiologic examination of the knee has been an integral part of the diagnosis of this condition for decades. However, the soft tissue changes have not been appreciated sufficiently. Emphasis is placed on the use of optimum radiographic technique and xeroradiography in the examination of the soft tissues of the

Daniel M. Scotti; Vijay K. Sadhu; Florence Heimberg; A. Edward O'hara

1979-01-01

181

The capability of fluoroscopic systems to determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption  

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A clinical fluoroscopic unit used in conjunction with a TV image digitization system was investigated to determine its capability to evaluate differential absorption between two areas in the same field. Fractional contrasts and minimum detectability for air, several concentrations of Renografin-60, and aluminum were studied using phantoms of various thicknesses. Results showed that the videometric response, when treated as contrast, shows a linear response with absorber thickness up to considerable thicknesses.

Baily, N. A.; Crepeau, R. L.

1975-01-01

182

STUDY OF THE CHANGES IN LYMPHOCYTE POLYSACCHARIDES AND SERUM GLYCOPROTEINS IN PATIENTS SUBJECTED TO ROENTGEN THERAPY  

Microsoft Academic Search

Studies were conducted on 10 patients with pulmonary and mammary cancer, ; Hodgkin's disease, or leukemia who were recovering from 200-kv x-ray therapy ; (single daily doses of 100 to 200 r andtotal doses of 1100 to 15000 r). ; Lymphocyte polysaccharide content was determined in peripheral cells by the ; periodic acid-Schiff histochemical techninue, and serum glycoprotein were ;

L. Verga; M. Garofano; F. Coucourde

1961-01-01

183

SOME EFFECTS OF ROENTGEN RAYS (220 KVP) AND GAMMA RAYS (COBALT60) ON CHICKEN EGGS  

Microsoft Academic Search

The third and eighteenth day of development of the chick embryo appear ; to be the times when death is most likely in occur. This is true for both ; irradiated and unirradiated embryos. Hemmorrhage does not appear to be a ; significant cause of death of irradiated embroyos. Absorption of embryos that ; died during the first day of

M. K. Loken; A. A. Beisang; D. G. Mosser; J. F. Marvin

1959-01-01

184

Changes in the unconditioned and conditioned reflex leukocytic reactions following roentgen irradiation  

Microsoft Academic Search

Experiments were staged on 6 dogs. A study was made of the unconditioned and conditioned-reflex leukocytic reactions (with electrocutaneous reinforcement), as well as of the background variations of the leukocyte count prior to and after a single total x-ray irradiation of the animals with the doses of 600, 50 and 3 r. During the first day (hours) after the irradiation,

M. I. Ul'yanov; N. M. Zharikov

1963-01-01

185

The Teaching of Roentgen Anatomy to Medical Students: A Self-Instructional Approach  

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This multidisciplinary approach necessitates the involvement of radiology that is suited for inclusion in an anatomy course since it is an ideal instrument for teaching anatomic principles. (Author/PG)

Tegtmeyer, Charles J.; And Others

1974-01-01

186

Roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis of restricted periods of neurocranial suture immobilization in rabbits.  

PubMed

The effect of temporary fusion of sutures on craniofacial growth was studied biometrically in 4-week-old male New Zealand White rabbits. Tantalum bone markers were implanted in the cranial vault, and the coronal suture immobilized with isobutyl-2-cyanoacrylate adhesive. Linear craniectomy was performed after 2 or 6 weeks of sutural growth restriction (four animals in each group). The animals were followed for approximately 17 weeks. Early craniectomy resulted in greatly increased coronal suture bone separation (175% of control growth rates in peers and 125% of maximal control rates). Growth after late craniectomy showed an age-dependent lower rate, but still the overshoot markedly surpassed controls (210% of control rates in peers and 65% of maximal control growth rates). Overall, both exhibited overcompensation in coronal suture growth. A rapid compensation of adjacent sutures to temporary growth restriction and a tendency toward spontaneous correction following release of growth inhibition were demonstrated. Thus, the total anteroposterior growth of the combined frontonasal and coronal sutures nearly equaled that of control animals. Following linear craniectomy, volumetric calvarial expansion increased considerably in both early and late groups, due to compensatory coronal suture growth, but probably due also to spatial bone rearrangements. Based upon the findings, the length of the suture immobilization period seems critical to longitudinal and volumetric growth as well as to subsequent compensatory activity after surgical correction. PMID:6689711

Alberius, P; Selvik, G

1984-01-01

187

The Tacking Knowledge Strategy Claudio Ciborra, Konrad Lorenz and the Ecology of Information Systems  

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This work focuses on an issue that Lorenz identifies as fundamental among human cognitive strategies: what we could call the tacking knowledge strategy.\\u000a \\u000a Knowledge doesnít go on straight: like a sailing boat coursing against the wind, it must turn and turn again, frequently changing\\u000a its approaches. This strategy implies that rationality is not, according to Lorenz, the apex and the

F. Ricciardi

188

The causes of domestication: an attempt to integrate some ideas of konrad lorenz with evolution theory  

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Summary††Allopatric cultivation, usually alters the habitat, and captivity, by definition, removes the developmental systems from the\\u000a range of environmental stimuli for which they have been stabilized.

H. Spurway

1955-01-01

189

Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing (2006) Konrad Polthier, Alla Sheffer (Editors)  

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as well as mesh processing acceleration by limiting computation to non redundant regions and propagation to be an important feature in shape understanding, there has been lit- tle work in shape representations

Pratt, Vaughan

190

Vision Based Navigation with an Experimental Satellite Konrad Makowka, Alvar Saenz-Otero, David W. Miller  

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States Department of Defense (DOD), the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA.) at the Technische Universit√§t M√ľnchen. The research was conducted at MIT Space Systems Laboratory. #12;Page II #12;Page III Abstract Computer vision based navigation has been a research field of high interest for many

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FAST ON-SITE RECONSTRUCTION AND VISUALIZATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDS Konrad Schindler, Markus Grabner, Franz Leberl  

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Graz, Austria {schindl,grabner,leberl}@icg.tu-graz.ac.at KEY WORDS: Archaeology, Excavation, Close-Range Photogrammetry, Automatic Reconstruction, Interactive Visual- ization ABSTRACT We report on a study carried out, reconstruction and interactive visualization of artefacts on archaeological excavation sites has been tested

Schindler, Konrad

192

FINAL DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE IN GERMANY: PLAN APPROVAL PROCESS OF KONRAD MINE AND ACCEPTANCE REQUIREMENTS  

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Currently no final repository for any type of radioactive waste is operated in Germany. Preliminary Final Storage Acceptance Requirements for radioactive waste packages were published in 1995. Up to now these are the basis for treatment of radioactive waste in Germany. After licensing of the final repository these preliminary waste acceptance requirements are completed with licensing conditions. Some of these conditions affect the preliminary waste acceptance requirements, e. g. behavior of chemo-toxic substances in case of accidents in the final repository or the allowed maximum concentration of fissile material. The presented examples of radioactive waste conditioning campaigns demonstrate that no difficulties are expected in management, characterization and quality assurance of radioactive wastes due to the licensing conditions.

Bandt, Gabriele; Posnatzki, Britta; Beckers, Klaus-Arno

2003-02-27

193

Vision, Modeling, and Visualization (2011) Peter Eisert, Konrad Polthier, and Joachim Hornegger (Eds.)  

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(Eds.) Monocular Pose Reconstruction for an Augmented Reality Clothing System L. Rogge1 and T. Neumann2-quality augmentation. To this end, c The Eurographics Association 2011. #12;L. Rogge & T. Neumann & M. Wacker & M

Magnor, Marcus

194

Radiation and health*  

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Radiation has been a source of fascination and concern ever since Wilhelm Konrad RŲntgen discovered X-rays on 8 November 1895. Over the years, health workers as well as the public have been concerned about medical uses of X-rays, the presence of radon in buildings, radioactive waste from nuclear power stations, fallout from nuclear test explosions, radioactive consumer products, microwave ovens, and many other sources of radiation. Most recently, the tragic accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power station in the USSR, and the subsequent contamination over most of Europe, has again wakened interest and concern and also reminded us about a number of misconceptions about radiation. This article describes the essentials about radiation (especially ionizing radiation) and its health effects. PMID:3496982

Lindell, B.

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Investing in nursing education: some evidence of immediate private monetary benefits.  

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Sir Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin and Wilhelm Roentgen's detection of X rays are two of the more famous illustrations of research findings coming about accidentally. Fleming and Roentgen each was working in the general field of his major breakthrough when a significant disclosure occurred quite fortuitously. Results presented in this article also came about somewhat unintentionally. While studying the benefits of investment in cooperative education, positive outcomes in completing a baccalaureate degree with a specialization in nursing, turned up. A study of Lehman College alumni (1980-1985) revealed that nursing students fared better in the labor market upon graduation than did their nonnursing counterparts. This article examines several of the employment variables, such as wage rate and search costs, in light of factors including background differences of graduates, and market conditions such as the nursing shortage. Evidence suggests that the relative advantage enjoyed by the nursing group is associated with the additional human capital obtained through pursuing an academic concentration in nursing. PMID:2542495

Siedenberg, J M

1989-05-01

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[The evaluation of renal tolerance for roentgen contrast media by determination of urinary kidney-specific proteins].  

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In the present trial kidney-specific proteins were studied enzymatically or quantitatively in patients' urine after intravascular administration of water-soluble X-ray contrast media, in order to judge about their renal tolerance. 5 clinical trials (phase III), including 198 patients, were carried through, within several radiological examinations. The examined X-ray substance was Iosimide, a new monomeric, nonionic low osmolar c.m. It was compared to the nonionic Iopromide and Iopamidol as well as to the ionic, high osmolar sodium-meglumine-diatrizoate. Enzyme activities of alanine-aminopeptidase (AAP), gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT), beta-n-acetylglucosaminidase (NAG), kallikrein with creatinine as point of reference were kinetically measured in 4 urine samples (1 before c.m. administration the others as 24 hours urine samples of the following 3 days). Beside the quantitative determination of protein and albumin an electrophoresis was started, when diagnosis was obvious. Kallikrein was brought to the diagnostic palette of this study in order to include the distal segment of the nephron. The specific protein excretion patterns of nonionic c.m. in urine are not different from each other. In contradiction to this, the results of the low osmolar nonionic Iosimide compared to the high osmolar diatrizoate, show evident differences for the benefit of Iosimide. PMID:1679961

Behrends-Steins, B; SŲrensen, R; Langer, M

1991-01-01

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[Quality assurance in roentgen diagnosis. Comparison of constancy test methods according to DIN and IEC and practical consequences in Germany].  

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Since 1987 constancy tests for X-ray imaging equipment are required by the German RŲntgenordinance and are performed according to the DIN 6868 standards. On an international level, standards for these tests have been developed by the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission, IEC 1223 series); however, these standards have so far not been applied in nation-wide quality programmes in any country. Typical aspects of both, DIN and IEC standards, are demonstrated for direct radiography and indirect radioscopy and indirect radiography as examples. DIN standards optimise test procedures for minimum effort and cost efficiency designed for execution even in small hospitals and practices by the users. For each type of x-ray equipment tests are performed with only one universal test device, which is precisely specified and independent of local conditions. Oplimisation is misation is missing for IEC test procedures; they are designed for more performance characteristics and need for each x-ray equipment more individual test devices, which are mostly open for local choice and need a considerably higher effort in respect of time consumption and test films compared to DIN. Adoption of the IEC standards for the constancy tests in Germany would involve considerable financial and organisational effort which is probably not counterbalanced by an increased benefit. PMID:8924457

Rassow, J; KŁtterer, G; Neitzel, U; Puschert, W

1996-07-01

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[Initial clinical experiences with the fast digital picture of roentgen transmission profiles in the human (the chronogram)].  

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By means of suitable hardware and software changes it becomes possible to obtain transmission profiles of high time resolution (up to 50 profiles/sec) with the help of a CT device which is suitable for the recording of digital radiographs, in one transversal body layer. In this manner, it becomes possible to measure changes in the density profile from 6 up to 50 sec and to analyse them. This method called "Chronogram", enables high-resolution recording of density changes, similar to kymography. The possibilities of using contrast media are demonstrated by means of phantom measurements, and initial clinical experiences are outlined on the basis of practical examples. PMID:6764889

HŁbener, K H; Metzger, H O; Kalender, W

1982-06-01

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Development of Mirror Modules for the ART-XC Instrument aboard the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma Mission  

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MSFC is developing eight x-ray mirror modules for the ART-XC instrument on board the SRG Mission. The Engineering Unit tests are successful. MSFC is on schedule to deliver flight units in the November of 2013 and January 2014.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; O'Dell, S. L.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; McCracken, J.; Atkins, C.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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Habitat Assessment of Non-Wadeable Rivers in JENNIFER G. O. WILHELM  

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of Natural Resources and Environment University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA KELLY J. WESSELL RICHARD degradation (Richards and others 1996, Roth and others 1996, Wang and others 1997). Habitat assessment has) and is incorporated into many stream evaluation protocols (e.g., Wright 1995, Barbour and others 1999

Allan, David

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Wilhelm Wundt and Early American Psychology: a Clash of Two Cultures  

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Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences) Find Similar Abstracts: Use: Authors Title Return: Query Results Return items starting with number Query Form Database: Astronomy Physics arXiv e-prints

Arthur L. Blumenthal

1977-01-01

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Early German approaches to experimental reading research: The contributions of Wilhelm Wundt and Ernst Meumann  

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Wundt looked at the reading process from a predominantly theoretical perspective. He opposed the Ďtotal shapeí theory formulated by Erdmann and Dodge and insisted on the occurrence of Ďattention shiftsí during word recognition. As an alternative to the Ďtotal shapeí theory, he formulated a two-stage theory of word recognition. An initial, Ďapperceptiveí phase of reading is concerned with the active

Eckart Scheerer

1981-01-01

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How Wilhelm Dilthey Influenced Popular Science Writing: Kurd LaŖwitz's "Homchen. Ein Tiermšrchen aus der oberen Kreide"  

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In the second half of the nineteenth century, popularization of science appeared to be a necessity of the time. Scientists and politicians discussed the pros and cons of making scientific knowledge accessible to the public. The question of how and by whom popularization should be done was a common topic in newspapers and magazines of the time. Even though museums as well as zoological and botanical gardens played an important role in disseminating knowledge, it can be said that the popularization of science basically was (and probably still is) a "language-based event".1

Azzouni, Safia

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Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster Institut fur numerische und angewandte Mathematik  

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Anatomy and Cardiovascular System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 3.2.1 Basic Heart Anatomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3.1.2 Examination of Physiological Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3.2 Basic Heart

M√ľnster, Westf√§lische Wilhelms-Universit√§t

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Lehrstuhl fr Rechnernetze und Internet Wilhelm-Schickard-Institut fr Informatik  

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GSM/UMTS phone Weight 117g Battery: BL-5C Li-Ion (970mAh) Standby time: 144 - 288 h Standby time: 3 (CNG), voice activity detection (VAD), adaptive jitter buffer and echo cancellation Battery life: With 800mA battery-Four hours talk time-Sixty hours stand-by time #12;The Importance of a VoIP packet 4

Carle, Georg

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[Wilhelm Reich--Arthur Janov--a comparison of their work].  

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Although he does not always mention it, A. Janov agrees with many of W. Reich's opinions on theoretical-philosophical foundations and the theory of neurosis and other illnesses; from their criticism of society both of them develop the demand for prophylaxis of neurosis as a prerequisit for their common utopia of a selfregulated society. Primal therapy and Orgon therapy are two different forms of the "New Body Therapies" group. The authors disagree with their views of the physiological nature of Pain (A. Janov) and blokked orgon, the "function of the orgasm" and "orgastic potency", concepts that were considered by Reich to be his most important. Possible reasons for the discrepancies are given. PMID:6523964

Sprengler, M

1984-01-01

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Formation and Characterization of Chitosan Membranes C. Clasen,* T. Wilhelms, and W.-M. Kulicke  

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formation of the chitosan with the polyanion sulfoethyl cellulose, and the introduction of artificial pores in combination with an embedded hydrogel (agar, gelatine, or carboxymethyl cellulose) or as a simple gel based on concentrated carboxymethyl cellulose gum, Ca-alginates, or collagen matrixes.5 However, especially

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Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn Institut fr Politische Wissenschaft und Soziologie  

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partnership with this group of countries; and the fourth part wants to give an outlook for the future. 1 is very heterogeneous, it shares some common characteristics: - The anchor countries play an important actors in integration processes or as mediators in conflicts and take growing responsibility in regional

Franz, Sven Oliver

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THEORY AND EXPERIMENTS IN ALGORITHMIC SELF-ASSEMBLY Paul Wilhelm Karl Rothemund  

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a pair of favorite uncles, both chemists: Nadrian Seeman, terror of poultry everywhere, and Randy Lee opportu- nities to travel across the country and to foreign lands to see the inside of Antiquities museums

Winfree, Erik

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Baby schema modulates the brain reward system in nulliparous women  

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Konrad Lorenz defined the baby schema (``Kindchen- schema'') as a set of infantile physical features, regardless of kinship. caregiving functional MRI social cognition infant accumbens Ethologist Konrad Lorenz

Carrington, Emily

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Experimental infection magnifies inbreeding depression in house P. ILMONEN,* D. J. PENN,* K. DAMJANOVICH,* J. CLARKE,* D. LAMBORN,*  

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, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Austrian Academy's Correspondence: Petteri Ilmonen, Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Savoyenstr

Potts, Wayne

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GEOMETRIC ACCURACY ASSESSMENT OF MSG-SEVIRI LEVEL 1.5 Sultan Kocaman Aksakal, Emmanuel Baltsavias, Konrad Schindler  

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GEOMETRIC ACCURACY ASSESSMENT OF MSG-SEVIRI LEVEL 1.5 IMAGERY Sultan Kocaman Aksakal, Emmanuel.schindler@geod.baug.ethz.ch Abstract The geometric accuracy of the images acquired by the SEVIRI (Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infra and absolute accuracy of the HRV images and band-to-band registration (BBR) accuracy between the HRV and 6 MS

Schindler, Konrad

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Power Attacks on Secure Hardware Based on Early Propagation of Data Konrad J. Kulikowski, Mark G. Karpovsky, Alexander Taubin  

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to power analysis attacks. 1. Introduction Cryptographic algorithms are vulnerable to attacks which exploit-dependent power consumption. We then analyze the two most common cryptographic symmetric algorithms, the Advanced and the corresponding power dependency can be targeted for successful power analysis attacks in cryptographic hardware

Karpovsky, Mark

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How Are Complex Cell Properties Adapted to the Statistics of Natural Stimuli? Konrad P. Kording,1,2  

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by a freely moving cat, capturing the dynamics of image motion as the animal explores an outdoor environment polarity. Fur- thermore, spatial frequency selectivity and the aspect ratio of the receptive field

Jegelka, Stefanie

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Fachbereich: Monitoring/Early Warning Systems Leiter/in: Prof. Dr. Alain Geiger / Prof. Dr. Konrad Schindler  

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? The assistance for this work is given in the group of 'Geodesy and Geodynamics Lab' as well as in the group: Collaboration between 'Geodesy and Geodynamics Lab' and 'Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing'. #12;

Giger, Christine

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECTS OF ROENTGEN PANIRRADIATION ON THE FORMED ELEMENTS AND CONTENT AND FRACTIONS OF PROTEIN IN THORACIC DUCT LYMPH OF THE RABBIT  

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Changes in the composition of lymph were investigated 1 hr. after ; rabbits were given whole-body radiation in doses of 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, ; and 750 r. The % of lymphoches in thoracic duct lymph progressively declined with ; increasing doses from 99.6% in controls to 76% at the highest dose. Monocres ; showed an inverse relation

Castelli

1961-01-01

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[Technique and economics of first worldwide roentgen conference via public phone lines with the Medical Desktop-Conference and Integrated Services Digital Network].  

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The introduction of the world's first Medical Desktop-Conference via public phone lines (ISDN-S2M) in spring 1994 for the weekly discussion of radiological findings with 25 orthopedic surgeons has proved the effectiveness of this system developed by the project BERMED. The use of standard hard- and software as well as ISDN are the most important factors to keep the system costs low. Technical advantages can be seen in the immediate, loss-free transmission of image and other patient-related data and in the integration of digital archives. Medical advantages are the 24-hour-availability of the radiologist and quality-control of the radiologists work. Practitioners and external hospitals can be tied closely to radiological service centers by using ISDNetwork. PMID:8580130

Ricke, J; Kleinholz, L; Hosten, N; Schedel, H; Gentz, P; VŲge, K H; Kanzow, J; Dihlmann, W; Mayer, H M; Weber, U

1995-11-01

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‹berlegungen zum Denken des KŲrpers als Effekt. Leib-Seele-Problem und Kausalitšt bei Wilhelm Wundt und Sigmund Freud  

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Mein Vortrag versucht, einige philosophisch-begriffsgeschichtliche Grundlagen des modernen KŲrperverstšndnisses zu klšren. Mit der cartesischen Neudefinition von Leib und Seele als zwei vollkommen getrennten Substanzen geht eine strenge Aufteilung der Wissenschaften bezŁglich ihres Untersuchungsgegenstandes und ihrer Methodik einher: Naturwissenschaft untersucht KŲrperliches aufgrund des Prinzips der mechanisch gedachten Kausalitšt, Seele oder Geist hingegen sind nicht kausal zu denken, und fallen in den

Catherine Newmark

2003-01-01

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Anniversary Paper: Image processing and manipulation through the pages of Medical Physics  

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The language of radiology has gradually evolved from ''the film'' (the foundation of radiology since Wilhelm Roentgen's 1895 discovery of x-rays) to ''the image,'' an electronic manifestation of a radiologic examination that exists within the bits and bytes of a computer. Rather than simply storing and displaying radiologic images in a static manner, the computational power of the computer may be used to enhance a radiologist's ability to visually extract information from the image through image processing and image manipulation algorithms. Image processing tools provide a broad spectrum of opportunities for image enhancement. Gray-level manipulations such as histogram equalization, spatial alterations such as geometric distortion correction, preprocessing operations such as edge enhancement, and enhanced radiography techniques such as temporal subtraction provide powerful methods to improve the diagnostic quality of an image or to enhance structures of interest within an image. Furthermore, these image processing algorithms provide the building blocks of more advanced computer vision methods. The prominent role of medical physicists and the AAPM in the advancement of medical image processing methods, and in the establishment of the ''image'' as the fundamental entity in radiology and radiation oncology, has been captured in 35 volumes of Medical Physics.

Armato, Samuel G. III; Ginneken, Bram van [Department of Radiology, University of Chicago, 5841 South Maryland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637 (United States); Image Sciences Institute, University Medical Center Utrecht, Heidelberglaan 100, Room Q0S.459, 3584 CX Utrecht (Netherlands)

2008-10-15

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[Pioneers of invasive cardiovascular medicine--Charles Theodore Dotter and colleagues: short historical review].  

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Within modern medicine at the beginning of 21st century, we are witnessing a revolutionary development of the invasive diagnostics and therapy of cardiovascular system diseases. With the discovery of X-rays at the end of 19th century by Wilhelm Roentgen, it is appropriate to reflect on the gifted individuals whose efforts drastically altered radiology and cardiology. The early techniques used in peripheral percutaneous transluminal angioplasty form the basis for subsequent percutaneous intervention both in the peripheral and coronary arteries and are largely the contribution of Charles Dotter. The main goal of his work was the use of catheters for diagnosis and treatment in an attempt to replace the scalpel. He was 20 years ahead of his time, especially with percutaneous transluminal angioplasty. The first percutaneous transluminal angioplasty marked a new era in the treatment of peripheral atherosclerotic lesions. This practical genius dedicated his considerable energy to the belief that there is always a better way to treat disease. His personal contributions to clinical medicine, research, and teaching have saved millions of limbs and lives all over the world. European physicians, who were more open to unproven techniques, almost immediately embraced percutaneous transluminal angioplasty. Without the contribution and help of his colleagues, Forssmann, Sones and Gruntzig, all of them pioneers, nothing would be done.They were all ahead of there time and opened completely new chapter in medicine. PMID:24684046

Kosti?, Jelena; Beleslin, Branko; Nedeljkovi?, Milan; Ostoji?, Miodrag

2014-01-01

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Fritz Reiche and German Refugee Scientists  

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Fritz Reiche (1883-1969) was a distinguished theoretical physicist, a student and colleague of Wilhelm Roentgen, Max Planck, Fritz Haber, Rudolf Ladenburg, James Franck, Max Born, Max von Laue and other early luminaries. He was coauthor of the famous Thomas-Reiche-Kuhn sum rule, and author of the seminal book The Quantum Theory, first published in 1920. He was one of the last Jewish physicists to leave Germany during the Nazi period, in 1941. In his book "Heisenberg's War" Thomas Powers relates that Reiche bore news of German work on nuclear fission, in a message from Friedrich Houtermans to Wigner and others in Princeton, where Reiche lived in Einstein's home during the summer of 1941. Reiche's son Hans later claimed that this incident played a significant role in convincing Einstein to write that letter to President Roosevelt. In this talk I will relate the difficulties Reiche experienced, first in leaving Germany and then in reestablishing his physics career in the US. He finally obtained an adjunct position at NYU where he served until his retirement. The role played by the renowned Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars will be discussed. The particular role played by Ladenburg, who was instrumental in obtaining a small grant for Reiche permitting him to obtain a US visa, in helping many physicists leave Nazi Germany and occupied countries, will also be described.

Bederson, Benjamin

2003-04-01

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The state of the art of medical imaging technology: from creation to archive and back.  

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Medical imaging has learnt itself well into modern medicine and revolutionized medical industry in the last 30 years. Stemming from the discovery of X-ray by Nobel laureate Wilhelm Roentgen, radiology was born, leading to the creation of large quantities of digital images as opposed to film-based medium. While this rich supply of images provides immeasurable information that would otherwise not be possible to obtain, medical images pose great challenges in archiving them safe from corrupted, lost and misuse, retrievable from databases of huge sizes with varying forms of metadata, and reusable when new tools for data mining and new media for data storing become available. This paper provides a summative account on the creation of medical imaging tomography, the development of image archiving systems and the innovation from the existing acquired image data pools. The focus of this paper is on content-based image retrieval (CBIR), in particular, for 3D images, which is exemplified by our developed online e-learning system, MIRAGE, home to a repository of medical images with variety of domains and different dimensions. In terms of novelties, the facilities of CBIR for 3D images coupled with image annotation in a fully automatic fashion have been developed and implemented in the system, resonating with future versatile, flexible and sustainable medical image databases that can reap new innovations. PMID:21915232

Gao, Xiaohong W; Qian, Yu; Hui, Rui

2011-01-01

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LSS ARRS  

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Key Programs Lung Screening Feasibility Study (LSS)LSS Presentation at May 2001 ARRS Meeting Presentation at the American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting May 2001 presentation at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society: The Lung Screening

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TANGO -a Collaborative Environment for the World-Wide Web Lukasz Beca, Gang Cheng, Geoffrey C. Fox, Tomasz Jurga, Konrad Olszewski, Marek Podgorny1  

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TANGO - a Collaborative Environment for the World-Wide Web Lukasz Beca, Gang Cheng, Geoffrey C. Fox York 13244-4100, USA3 Abstract Geographical and logical growth of the World-Wide Web is accompanied, electronic mail, and gopher, to mention a few. However it was the World-Wide Web technology that intro- duced

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A review of "Unity and Discontinuity: Architectural Relations between the Southern and Northern Low Countries" edited by Krista De Jonge and Konrad Ottenheym  

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, r e v i e w s 181 the text begins with an assessment of the early influence of Italy on architecture in the Low Countries. Pieter Coecke van Aelst?s 1539 publication of Serlio?s treatise and a Vitruvian manual of the column orders signaled a... Campen, Salomon de Bray, and Pieter Post can be seen to reflect this return to a more strictly classical model, thus ushering in a new age of classicism in Holland. The Hague, built by van Campen for Constantijn Huygens in the 1630s, is a good example...

Palmer, Allison Lee

2008-01-01

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Biological Theory ISSN 1555-5542  

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exclusively by Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research. This e-offprint is for personal / Published online: 23 May 2013 √? Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research 2013 Abstract

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Biological Theory ISSN 1555-5542  

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exclusively by Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognitive Research. This e-offprint is for personal No Clothes Kristin Shrader-Frechette Received: 2 December 2011 / Accepted: 20 January 2012 √? Konrad Lorenz

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Social context may affect urinary excretion of 11-ketotestosterone in African cichlids  

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Konrad Lorenz Research Station Gruenau, University of Vienna, Austria; 2 Centro de Ciências do Mar Psicologia Aplicada, Lisbon, Portugal; 4 Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology (KLIVV), Vienna and Department

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Universit Pierre et Marie Curie THESE DE DOCTORAT DE L'UNIVERSITE PARIS VI  

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(Konrad Lorenz Institute, Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna) Soutenue le 11 décembre 2007 à l DANCHIN (E.D.B., Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse) Richard H. WAGNER (Konrad Lorenz Institute, Austrian

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Genetic resistance to infection influences a male's sexual attractiveness and modulation of testosterone  

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, Dustin J. Penn a,b a Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Savoyenstr. 1a.09.003 * Corresponding author. Address: Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethol- ogy, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Savoyenstr

Potts, Wayne

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Verkndungsblatt 10|2009 Ausgabedatum 22.07.2009  

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Seite 20 Richtlinien der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Fehlverhalten Seite 23 Herausgeber: Das Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 22.07.2009 10/2009 Die Fakult√§t f√ľr

Vollmer, Heribert

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Behavioural Genomics: An Organismic Perspective  

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about a food source, discovering the hon- eybee `dance language'. Konrad Lorenz (1952) conducted many the question: Why do animals behave the way they do? See also: Lorenz, Konrad Zacharias; Tinbergen, Nikolaas recognised in 1973 when the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Karl von Frisch, Konrad

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Computer processing of text and image: EDYRO PRESS PUBLISHER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Wilhelm W. KECS, University of Petr~ni, Romania  

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-CLASSICAL TRIGONOMETRIES AND ITS APPLICATION IN MECHANICS AND WAVE THEORY M. BAICA AND M.CARDU ABSTRACT. In their previous papers the a.uthors introduced some new Trigonometries as: 1. QUadratic Trigonometry (QT), 2. Polygonal Trigonometry (PT), 3. Trans Trigonometry (TT), 4. Infra Trigonometry (IT), 5. Ultra-Trigonometry

Baica, Malvina

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To Have or Not to Have Sex in Critical Theory: Sexuality in the Early Writings of Wilhelm Reich and Erich Fromm  

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instead to his earlier work. By the same token, their respective readings of Freud, while holding some things in common, display significant differences. In particular, their' interpretations of the libido, the role of instinct, the Oedipus complex... from the biological helplessness of the massesof human beings" (Reich 1974/1933:xii). Reich and Fromm also reinterpreted Freud's concept of the Oedipus complex. Drawing on the ethnological literature, the two students of mass psychology agreed...

King, C. Richard

1992-04-01

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Sports in the German University from about 1900 until the Early Years of the Federal Republic of Germany: The Example of Muenster and the ĎWestfaelische Wilhelms-Universityí  

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The development of modern sports in Germany is related not only to the rapid progress of industrialisation and urbanisation at the turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century, but also to the social inventiveness of the emergent German bourgeoisie. Modern sports were the invention of the so-called educated class. They were popular among the sons of the German elite.

Michael KrŁger

2012-01-01

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ZnO -From Dilute Magnetic Doping to Spin Transport Matthias Opel, Sebastian T.B. Goennenwein, Stephan Geprgs, Matthias Althammer, Karl-Wilhelm Nielsen,  

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Outline Zinc Oxide (ZnO) II-VI semiconductor wide bandgap: Eg = 3.4 eV dilute magnetic doping with transitionZnO - From Dilute Magnetic Doping to Spin Transport Matthias Opel, Sebastian T.B. Goennenwein transport across semiconductor ZnO spin manipulation spin detection optically via Faraday rotation

Gross, Rudolf

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Didactics and history of numerical series, 100 years after Ernesto Cesaro's death (1906): Guido Grandi, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and Jacopo Riccati  

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Summary. In this paper, an historical example about numerical series is presented and its educational utility is investigated and discussed. Students' behaviour is examined by a test and by some interviews (students aging 16- 18 years): we conclude that the problem of the passage from finite to infinite is mainly a cultural one, and historical issues are important in order

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Die RWTH-Professoren Leif Kobbelt und Rainer Waser werden jeweils mit dem Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Preisträgerinnen und Preisträger im Rahmen des Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Programms bekannt gegeben. Gleich zwei

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Rechtswissenschaft: Walther Schnfeld (1888-1954). -Georg Ei-er (1898-1964). -Adolf Schle (1901-1967). -Karl Peters (1904-  

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(1903-1997). ¬≠ Hans- Erhard Bock (1903-2004). ¬≠ J√ľrgen Peiffer (1922-2006). Philosophie: Max Wundt (1879: Theodor Eschenburg (1904-1999). Neuere Philologie: Wilhelm Franz (1859-1943). - Julius Wilhelm (1886

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Please join SRL as we celebrate our 50th anniversary!  

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and Sciences and the German National Academy of Science; other honors include the Wilhelm Wundt Medal of the German Psychological Association, the Wilhelm Wundt-William James Award of the American Psychological

Illinois at Chicago, University of

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Speaker bios Richard Warnecke is Emeritus Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He has been actively involved in  

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and Sciences and the German National Academy of Science; other honors include the Wilhelm Wundt Medal of the German Psychological Association, the Wilhelm Wundt-William James Award of the American Psychological

Illinois at Chicago, University of

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Verkndungsblatt 5|2008 Ausgabedatum 08.05.2008  

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Gemeinsame Pr√ľfungsordnung f√ľr den Masterstudiengang Lehramt an Gymnasien an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Immatrikulationsordnung der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Ordnung f√ľr die Aufwandsentsch√§digung der stimmberechtigten Mitglieder des Hochschulrats der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Seite 2 Seite 75

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Verkndungsblatt 19|2013 Ausgabedatum 05.11.2013  

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Einrichtung eines Masterstudienganges Wissenschaftsphilosophie an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t: Das Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hannover://www.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 05.11.2013 19/2013 Seite 2

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der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek (GWLB) schildert, wie die Werke durch die erfolgreiche Zu Amalia Bibliothek in Weimar und die Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek in Hannover verteilt. Von Anfang Digitalisierung einzel- ner St√ľcke virtuell im Internet wieder zusammenzuf√ľhren. Die Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

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an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Einrichtung eines Masterstudienganges Navigation und Umweltrobotik an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Ordnung f√ľr die Aufwandsentsch√§digung der stimmberechtigten Mitglieder des Hochschulrats der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t

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Gemeinsame Pr√ľfungsordnung f√ľr den Masterstudiengang Lehramt an Gymnasien an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hannover Redaktion.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 12.12.2008 18/2008 Die

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Masterstudiengang Umweltplanung Berufungsordnung der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Aufl√∂sung der://www.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 31.07.2013 12/2013 Seite 2 Der Fakult√§tsrat der Philosophischen Fakult√§t der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover hat

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√?nderung der Pr√ľfungsordnung f√ľr den Bachelorstudiengang Biologie an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Hochschulinformationen --- --- Herausgeber: Das Pr√§sidium der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover://www.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 26.08.2013 15/2013 Seite 2

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Verkndungsblatt 7|2010 Ausgabedatum 21.05.2010  

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der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hannover Redaktion: Zentrale://www.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 21.05.2010 7/2010 Die Fakult√§t f√ľr Maschinenbau und die Fakult√§t f√ľr Elektrotechnik und Informatik der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

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Verkndungsblatt 7|2013 Ausgabedatum 03.06.2013  

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Page 1 of 4 Postfach 10 10 62 -80084 Mnchen, Germany  

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Scientists Leopoldina, - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Association, - Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, - previous recipients of the following awards working in Germany - of the German Research Foundation's Leibniz Award

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Behavioral/Systems/Cognitive Medial Prefrontal Theta Bursts Precede Rapid Motor  

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- ring mental organization (Luce, 1986). The early psychologist Wilhelm Wundt hypothesized that faster elaborated conscious perception of the cue stimulus (Wundt, 1913). This hypothesis has been little explored

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10 CFR 835.4 - Radiological units.  

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...otherwise specified, the quantities used in the records required by this part shall be clearly indicated in special units of curie, rad, roentgen, or rem, including multiples and subdivisions of these units, or other conventional units, such as, dpm,...

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Radioactive Material Equations and Formulas Calculator  

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Online calculator solves solutions in relationship to nuclei, nuclear reactions, half life time, disintegration constant, becquerels, curie, Avogadro's number, equivalent radiation dose, absorbed dose, radionuclide, ionizing activity, atomic weight, quality factor, roentgen equivalent man (rem), rad, sievert and gray.

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Cathartic colon  

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Cathartic colon is an infrequent and severe manifestation of chronic irritant laxative abuse. Little is known of its natural\\u000a history after cathartics are stopped. Previous reported cases have shown residual roentgen abnormalities on follow-up examinations.\\u000a A case is presented of cathartic colon caused by more than 70 years of laxative abuse that demonstrated complete reversal\\u000a of the roentgen changes four

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Calibration of the ART-XC/SRG X-ray Mirror Modules  

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Seven x-ray mirror modules are being fabricated at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) for the Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) instrument to be launched on board of the Spektrum Roentgen Gamma (SRG) Mission. As they are completed, the modules are tested and calibrated at the MSFC's 104-m Stray Flight Facility. The results of these calibration measurements and comparisons with theoretical models will be presented.

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Testicular damage and regeneration in rats following low-level gamma irradiation  

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) is generally considered to be the first thorough investigation of testicular damage caused by radiation. Rat testes were exposed to Roentgen rays for durations of 2 to 10 minutes per day for 1 to 8 days. The testes became soft and translucent. Bergonie... and showed no spermatogenesis when exposed to daily Roentgen radiation. Friben explained the lack of spermatogenesis on the complete destruction of the spermatogenic elements lining the seminiferous tubules. He believed that radiation caused a reduction...

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http://journals.cambridge.org/ORX Additional services for Oryx  

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. Allegedly it was Konrad Lorenz who said `The specialist knows more and more about less and less and finally, then there will be serious implications. Here we report that future conservation scientists would like to heed Lorenz

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Birds That Go Wild for the City  

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in Seewiesen: nestled be- tween meadows, fields and forest, on the banks of Lake E√?see ¬≠ the lake where Konrad Lorenz once swam with his young gray geese. The subdued atmosphere of the misty November morning further

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,3, Didone Frigerio1 & Kurt Kotrschal1,2 1Konrad Lorenz Forschungsstelle f√ľr Ethologie, Austria/ 2University in a fundamental way (Lorenz, 1988). Particularly strong heritable traits seem relatively inert against

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Flexible Latching: A Biologically-Inspired Mechanism for Improving the Management of Homeostatic Goals  

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Kingdom, and JJB was on sabbatical at The Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, Adolf Lorenz Gasse 2, A-3422 Altenberg, Austria. P. Rohlfshagen School of Computer Science, University

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Submitted to the Annals of Applied Statistics GRAVITATIONAL LENSING ACCURACY TESTING 2010 (GREAT10)  

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BETHGE4,10, SARAH BRIDLE7, FREDERIC COURBIN11, MARC GENTILE11, ALAN HEAVENS1, MICHAEL HIRSCH4, RESHAD HOSSEINI4, ALINA KIESSLING1, DONNACHA KIRK7, KONRAD KUIJKEN6, RACHEL MANDELBAUM12, BABACK MOGHADDAM5

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Fault Attack Resistant Cryptographic Hardware with Uniform Error Detection  

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. 1 Introduction Hardware implementations of cryptographic algorithms are vulnerable to maliciousFault Attack Resistant Cryptographic Hardware with Uniform Error Detection Konrad J. Kulikowski are not optimal for the protection of hardware implementations of cryptographic hardware against fault attacks

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DPA on Faulty Cryptographic Hardware and Countermeasures  

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Cryptographic algorithms are vulnerable to attacks which exploit the physical charac- teristics in a hardware implementation of a cryptographic algorithm. Traditionally, the power and fault attacksDPA on Faulty Cryptographic Hardware and Countermeasures Konrad J. Kulikowski, Mark G. Karpovsky

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bersicht: Vertrauensdozenten der staatlichen Begabtenfrderungswerke an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universitt Jena (Stand: 14.09.2012)  

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Lorenz stephan.lorenz@uni-jena.de F√ľr die FH Jena: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Behlert wolfgang.behlert@fh-jena.de Prof. Dr. Thomas Sauer thomas.sauer@bw.fh-jena.de 1.3. und 1.9. Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung http://www.kas.de/wf/de/42.8/ Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. Rathausallee 12 53757 Sankt Augustin Prof. Dr. mult. Nikolaus

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Schumannstr. 8 10117 Berlin Dr. Stephan Lorenz stephan.lorenz@uni-jena.de F√ľr die FH Jena: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Behlert wolfgang.behlert@fh-jena.de Prof. Dr. Thomas Sauer thomas.sauer@bw.fh-jena.de 1.3. und 1.9. Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung http://www.kas.de/wf/de/42.8/ Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. Rathausallee 12 53757 Sankt Augustin Prof

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Die zweite Frderphase 2012 bis 2017 Graduiertenschulen Exzellenzcluster Zukunftskonzepte  

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Oldenburg (Sprecherhochschule) Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (Mitantragsteller) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Oktober 2017 Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg/ Medizinische Hochschule Hannover/ Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover Sprecher Professor Dr. Dr. Birger Kollmeier Carl von Ossietzky Universität

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Universit Henri Poincar Facult des Sciences et Techniques  

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and Doktorin der Naturwissenschaften Dr. rer. nat. (Doctor rerum naturalium) der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. (Doctor rerum naturalium) der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany by Jeanne BODIN Ecole doctorale Sciences et Ingénierie des Ressources, Procédés, Produits, Environnement (RP2E) Leibniz

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der Leibniz Universit√§t am 23. November 2011 Bild 1: Leibniz- B√ľste von Johann Gottfried Schmidt um Mechanik) statt. Sie hatte den Titel: ,,Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, seiner Zeit weit voraus als Mathematiker, Physiker und Techniker" und war das Ergebnis meiner ambitionierten Idee, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, der 40

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December 9, 2011 Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad  

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) Born 200 years ago. 8 / 89 #12;Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Introduction of the concept of the transcendental in mathematics by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in 1684 : "Nova methodus pro maximis et minimis. Leibniz' Einf¨uhrung des Transzendenten, 300 Jahre "Nova Methodus" von G. W. Leibniz (1684-1984), p. 119

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5 Henri Poincare en het ontstaan van de topologie  

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vinden in de biografie [FV]. 5.1 Idee¨en van voorlopers Voorzover we weten was Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz wiskunde waar wordt onderzocht 60 Ferdinand Verhulst #12;Figuur 5.2: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 die toen werd ontwikkeld in eerste instantie deze naam. Leibniz noemde analysis situs het gebied in de

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BUPMC -UPD Nouvelles acquisitions  

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.5 LEI 12 Sämtliche Schriften und Briefe / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz ; herausgegeben von der Berlin Göttingen ; beim Leibniz-Archiv der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek Hannover. Sechster Band 1673 Schriften / herausgegeben von der Leibniz-Forschungsstelle Hannover ; der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu

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PROSEMINAR: AUSGEWHLTE KAPITEL AUS  

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Leibniz Patrick Giron #12;√?BERBLICK 1. Kurzbiographien von Isaac Newton und Gottfried Leibniz 2.3.1727 in Kensington (London) Beisetzung in der Westminster Abbey #12;GOTTFRIED WILHELM LEIBNIZ *1.7.1646 in Leipzig Promotion in Altdorf (bei N√ľrnberg) #12;GOTTFRIED WILHELM LEIBNIZ 1670 Eintritt in die Dienste des

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ART-XC/SRG: Status of the X-ray Optics Development  

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The Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) instrument is a hard-x-ray instrument with energy response up to 30 keV that is to be launched on board of the Spectrum Roentgen Gamma (SRG) Mission. The instrument consists of seven identical mirror modules coupled with seven CdTe strip focal-plane detectors. The mirror modules are being developed at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each module has approx. 65 sq. cm effective area and an on-axis angular resolution of 30 arcseconds half power diameter (HPD) at 8 keV. The current status of the mirror module development and testing will be presented.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; Elsner, R.; O'Dell, S.; Kolodziejczak, J.; McCracken, J.; Zavlin, V.; Swartz, D.; Kilaru, K.; Atkins, C.; Pavlinskiy, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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ART-XC/SRG: Status of the X-ray Optics Development  

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The Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) instrument is a hard-x-ray instrument with energy response up to 30 keV that is to be launched on board of the Spectrum Roentgen Gamma (SRG) Mission. The instrument consists of seven identical mirror modules coupled with seven CdTe strip focal-plane detectors. The mirror modules are being developed at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each module has approximately 65 sq. cm effective area and an on-axis angular resolution of 30 arcseconds half power diameter (HPD) at 8 keV. The current status of the mirror module development and testing will be presented.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; Elsner, R.; O'Dell, S.; Kolodziejczak, J.; McCracken, J.; Zavlin, V.; Swartz, D.; Kilaru, K.; Atkins, C.; Pavlinskiy, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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ART-XC/SRG: Status of the X-ray Optics Development  

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The Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) instrument is a hard x-ray instrument with energy response up to 30 keV that is to be launched on board of the Spectrum Roentgen Gamma (SRG) Mission. The instrument consists of seven identical mirror modules coupled with seven CdTe strip focal-plane detectors. The mirror modules are being developed at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each module has approximately 65 sq. cm effective area and an on-axis angular resolution of 30 arcseconds half power diameter (HPD) at 8 keV. The current status of the mirror module development and testing will be presented.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; Zavlin, V.; Swartz, D.; Elsner, R. F.; ODell, S.; Kilaru, K.; Atkins, C.; McCracken, J.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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Development and Calibration of the ART-XC Mirror Modules for the Spectrum Rontgen Gamma Mission  

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The Spectrum-RŲntgen-Gamma (SRG) mission is a Russian-lead X-ray astrophysical observatory that carries two co-aligned X-ray telescope systems. The primary instrument is the German-led extended ROentgen Survey with an Imaging Telescope Array (eROSITA), a 7-module X-ray telescope system that covers the energy range from 0.2-12 keV. The complementary instrument is the Astronomical Roentgen Telescope -- X-ray Concentrator (ART-XC or ART), a 7-module Xray telescope system that provides higher energy coverage, up to 30 keV.

Ramsey, B.; Gubarev, M.; Elsner, R.; Kolodziejczak, J.; Odell, S.; Swartz, D.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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ART-XC/SRG: status of the x-ray optics development  

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The Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) instrument is a hard-x-ray instrument with energy response up to 30 keV that is to be launched on board of the Spectrum Roentgen Gamma (SRG) Mission. The instrument consists of seven identical mirror modules coupled with seven CdTe strip focal-plane detectors. The mirror modules are being developed at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC.) Each module has ~65 sq. cm effective area and an on-axis angular resolution of 30 arcseconds half power diameter (HPD) at 8 keV. The current status of the mirror module development and testing will be presented.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; Elsner, R.; O'Dell, S.; Kolodziejczak, J.; McCracken, J.; Zavlin, V.; Swartz, D.; Kilaru, K.; Atkins, C.; Pavlinsky, M.; Tkachenko, A.; Lapshov, I.

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Flight programs and X-ray optics development at MSFC  

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The X-ray astronomy group at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is developing electroformed nickel/cobalt x-ray optics for suborbital and orbital experiments. Suborbital instruments include the Focusing X-ray Solar Imager (FOXSI) and Micro-X sounding rocket experiments and the HEROES balloon payload. Our current orbital program is the fabrication of mirror modules for the Astronomical Roentgen Telescope (ART) to be launched on board the Russian-German Spectrum Roentgen Gamma Mission (SRG). A second component of our work is the development of fabrication techniques and optical metrology to improve the angular resolution of thin-shell optics to the arcsecond-level.

Gubarev, M.; Ramsey, B.; O'Dell, S.; Elsner, R.; Kilaru, K.; Atkins, C.; Swartz, D.; Gaskin, J.; Weisskopf, M.

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External Assurance Letter from Sustainable Business Consulting Sustainable Business Consulting evaluated Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's (PNNL) sustainability report to  

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External Assurance Letter from Sustainable Business Consulting Sustainable Business Consulting that data to verify accuracy and understand the procedures for data collection, tracking and analysis of A+. Kevin Wilhelm, CEO Seattle, Washington Sustainable Business Consulting April 5, 2013

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ORIGINAL PAPER Fungal associates of the lodgepole pine beetle, Dendroctonus  

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· Z. Wilhelm de Beer · Tuan A. Duong · Allan L. Carroll · Michael J. Wingfield Received: 3 March 2011 of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, South Africa T. A. Duong Department of Genetics, Forestry and Agricultural

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Optimal Simultaneous Production of Hydrogen and Liquid Fuels from Glycerol: Integrating the  

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1 Optimal Simultaneous Production of Hydrogen and Liquid Fuels from Glycerol: Integrating the Use-fuels (Wilhelm et al., 2001) are promising due to their straightforward use within the biorefinery. Furthermore

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Akademischer Stammbaum Andreas Walter Aste  

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) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Disputatio inauguralis de casibus perplexis in jure Universit¨at Altdorf Dissertation angegeben. In einigen F¨allen wurden (s. Leibniz- Linie) jeweils die Sch¨uler durch ihre Vorg

Aste, Andreas

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Am Institut fr Algebra, Zahlentheorie und Diskrete Mathematik ist eine Stelle als Wiss. Mitarbeiterin/Wiss. Mitarbeiter  

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.01.2013 an Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Institut f√ľr Algebra, Zahlentheorie und Diskrete Mathematik Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover will die berufliche Gleichberechtigung von Frauen und M√§nnern besonders

Gr√ľbel, Rudolf

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Flachkollektor mit selektiv beschichteter Zweischeibenverglasung  

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der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades Doktor.-Ing. Stephan Kabelac, Leiter des Instituts f√ľr Thermodynamik an der Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover, f√ľr das

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Am Institut fr Algebra, Zahlentheorie und Diskrete Mathematik ist eine Stelle als wiss. Mitarbeiter/-in  

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. Empfehlungsschreiben) bis zum 25.09.2009 an Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover Prof. Dr. Stefan Wewers. Die Leibniz Universität Hannover will Frauen im Rahmen der gesetzlichen Vorschriften besonders fördern

Holm, Thorsten

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From Justice to Justification: An Alternative Genealogy of Positive Law  

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epigraph by the German philosopher, scientist, and jurist Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Austin's epigraph .................................................................................................................611 II. Leibniz is taken from a 1711 letter Leibniz wrote to Heinrich Ernst Kestner, a German jurist. The epigraph reflects

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Otto Mencke Universitt Leipzig, 1665  

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Philipps-Universit√§t Marburg, 1823 Erhard Weigel Universit√§t Leipzig, 1650 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Graz, 1983 Milos Stojakovi ETH Z√ľrich, 2005 Friedrich Leibniz Tibor Szabo OSU, 1996 Akos Seress

Stojakovic, Milos

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Am Institut fr Algebra, Zahlentheorie und Diskrete Mathematik ist eine Stelle als Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/-in  

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Forschungsinteressen, Zeugniskopien, ggf. Empfehlungsschreiben) bis zum 16.08.2013 an Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz gegeben werden. Auf Wunsch kann eine Teilzeitbeschäftigung ermöglicht werden. Die Leibniz Universität

Weber, Stefan

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Drei mathematische Wettbewerbe 20.01.2014 Benedikt Hcker  

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#12;Mathematiker vs. Mathematiker Sir Isaac Newton gegen Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz wohl der und Zweck der Berechnungen Mathematiker vs. Mathematiker - Leibniz gegen Newton Infinitesimalrechnung Leibniz Newton #12;Infinitesimalrechnung Technik um Differential- und Integralrechnung zu

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The Princeton Companion to Mathematics This page intentionally left blank  

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. Copy after a portrait of Gottfried Leibniz by Andreas Scheits (1703). Courtesy of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek--Niedersächsische Landesbibliothek Hannover. Page 748. Portrait of Leonhard Euler by J

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98 Optische Strahlung und ihre Wirkung auf die Haut Biomedizinische Technik  

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erstmals im Jahre 1800 von dem Astronomen Sir William Her sehe! (geb. 1738 als Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel beschreibt Herschel die Wärmestrahlung als "dark heat". Herschel konnte auch noch Reflexion und Brechung

Hochmuth, Olaff

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Attribution of quotations from Wundt  

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Asked 40 incoming graduate students to attribute 12 statements to their appropriate authors selected from a list of 18 prominent psychologists. All quotations were important statements from english translations of wilhelm wundt's works. Results show that wundt was selected \\

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Psychological Bulletin The Relation Between Valence and Arousal in Subjective  

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aspect of mind. As early as 1897, Wilhelm Wundt wrote that people are likely "never in a state entirely--are related to one another in subjective experience. Valence and Arousal Wundt (1912/1924) was among the first

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Comments on S. R. Sabat's (1979) attempt to show that Wilhelm Wundt held views at variance with those of current physiological psychologists and on R. Stagner's (1979) suggestion that Wundt made some early attempts at applied psychology.

Solomon Diamond

1980-01-01

352

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF LOGIC 18(1997) 95-108 Frege and the Resolution Calculus  

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-HEISTER Universitat Tiibingen, Wilhelm-Schickard-Institut, Sand 13, 72076 Tiibingen, Germany e-mail: schroeder this is the case (44139). Boole's examplehad beenindependently considered by Schroder (1877), by Wundt (1880), who

Schroeder-Heister, Peter

353

Isolated words: Reply to Diamond  

Microsoft Academic Search

Replies to comments by S. Diamond (1980) on S. R. Sabat's (1979) article on Wilhelm Wundt, suggesting that Wundt was aware of, and had outlined, many problems that continue to animate neuropsychology.

Steven R. Sabat

1980-01-01

354

Recent Faculty Publications Facer, B.R. & Abdous, M. (Eds.). Academic Podcasting and Mobile Assisted Language Learning: Applications and  

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, 2010. Schulman, Peter. "The Secret of Wilhelm Storitz: The First English Translation of Vernes Original. "Exotic Hybridization: Techno Music, Rural Culture and the Construction of an Urban Middle Class Aesthetic

355

CURRICULUM VITAE Ekaterina Taralova  

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learning methods" - E. Spriggs1 , E. Butler, K. Barnard, F. H. Wilhelm, J. J. Gross, 47th Annual Meeting, Pasadena, CA, June 14th - July 9th 2004, advisers: Dr. Dave Bacon (Caltech), Dr. Isaac Chuang (MIT) l

Gupta, Abhinav

356

Modern mass spec based (Because nucleic acids are overrated)  

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Wilhelm Wien (Foundation), 1898 Sir Joseph Thomson (Neon isotopes) , 1913 Beginning of protein mass spec Problem of protein ionization Koichi Tanaka (SLD), 1988 John Fenn (ESI), 1989 #12;Protein separation 2D

Goldschmidt, Christina

357

75 FR 45200 - Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Standards; Rotel North American Tours, LLC; Application for...  

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...Wilhelm Fuchs, Ludwig Gerlsberger, Christian Hafner, Peter Hess, Michael Huber, Gerhard Kinateder, Hermann Lichtenauer, Franz Manzinger, Fabian Maurer, Jens Radloff, Rudolf Ramsl, Paul Schl[ouml]gl, Walter Schreiner, Josef Stockinger,...

2010-08-02

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QTL Mapping in New Arabidopsis thaliana Advanced Intercross-Recombinant Inbred Lines  

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December 22, 2008; Published February 2, 2009 Copyright: √? 2009 Balasubramanian et al. This is an open-access-Term Fellowship ALTF-473 (SB), NIH grant GM62932 (JC & DW), ERA- PG (BMBF) Grant ARABRAS, and a Gottfried Wilhelm

Weigel, Detlef

359

t this year's Donors'Day, the Neuro was honoured to have Dr. Mary Filer, former nurse at the Neuro and prominent Canadian artist,  

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of the pioneers of Neurology, including Sir William Osler, Ivan Pavlov, S. Weir Mitchell, and Harvey Cushing. Wilhelm Heinrich Erb 8. Dr. Konstantin Von Monakov 9. Dr. Ivan Pavlov 10. Dr. Alois Alzheimer 11. Dr. S

Shoubridge, Eric

360

ComS 425: High Performance Computing for Scientific and Engineering Applications  

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. Instructor: Masha Sosonkina. Office: 236C Wilhelm; tel: 6751; email: masha@scl.ameslab.gov. Office hours: By appointment. Teaching Assistant: TBD. URL for the class: http://www.scl.ameslab.gov/masha/ComS425. II Textbook

Sosonkina, Masha

361

Research Programs: Marine Mammals []Marine mammal science has only recently advanced from opportunity-based  

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began to study their prey. Prominent among them was Georg Wilhelm Steller, who was the only scientist, and by trained scientists such Allen, Cuvier, Gray, and Van Beneden. []With the increased acceptance

Schoenfuss, Heiko Lars

362

Verkndungsblatt 12|2011 Ausgabedatum 20.06.2011  

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Ethikkommission an der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Ordnung der Zentralen Ethikkommission an der Gottfried Wihelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Seite 32 Seite 32 Herausgeber: Das Pr√§sidium der Gottfried://www.uni-hannover.de/de/universitaet/veroeffentlichungen/verkuendungsblaetter/ #12;Verk√ľndungsblatt der Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover vom 20.06.2011 12/2011 Seite 2

Vollmer, Heribert

363

University of Basrah October 23 -24, 2013 Second International Conference of  

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+ · · · = 1. Telescoping series : n=0 1 n(n + 1) = 1, Known by Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646 ­ 1716 3 + 1 3 - 1 4 + · · · = 1. Telescoping series : n=0 1 n(n + 1) = 1, Known by Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646 ­ 1716) and Johann Bernoulli (1667­1748) #12;Another similar series Example 1 1 · 2 + 1 3

Waldschmidt, Michel

364

May 27, 2014 University of Ottawa Distinguished Lecture  

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+ · · · = 1. Telescoping series : n=0 1 n(n + 1) = 1. Known by Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646 ­ 1716 3 + 1 3 - 1 4 + · · · = 1. Telescoping series : n=0 1 n(n + 1) = 1. Known by Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646 ­ 1716) and Johann Bernoulli (1667­1748) #12;Another similar series Example 1 1 · 2 + 1 3

Waldschmidt, Michel

365

Leibniz's Monadic Treatment Of Relations  

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and incompatible positive concepts. Saint Louis University 267 NOTES In regard to the latter one need only think of the first two hypotheses of Plato's Parmenides. 2 . . . . Leroy Loemker, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz; Philosophical Papers and Letters (Chicago...: University of Chicago Press, 1956), pp. 1053-54. 3 C. I. Gerhardt, Die Philosophische Schriften von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, 7 vols. (Berlin, 1075-90), vol. V, p. 211. Hereafter abreviated as G. Translation from G^ Leibniz, New Essays Concerning...

Mertz, Donald

366

Writing as a Primary Means for Learning  

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Assignment 3 Grading criteria: 4 points for answering the question fully 3 points for the factual correctness of the answer content 3 points for clear, concrete, and concise writing style 10 points total Please choose one: 1. Wilhelm Wundt and Edward... for the factual correctness of the answer content 3 points for clear, concrete, and concise writing style 10 points total Please choose one: 1. Wilhelm Wundt and Edward Titchener were both extremely influential early experimental psychologist and yet strikingly...

Atchley, Ruth Ann

2004-01-01

367

a Preprintreihe SFB 478 --Geometrische Strukturen in der Mathematik  

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fonction Zeta d'un sch'ema lisse sur un corps fini Fabien Trihan ISSN 1435¬≠1188 #12; #12; Preprintreihe des Wilhelms¬≠Universit¬® at M¬® unster Heft 90 Z'eros et p‚??oles de la fonction Zeta d'un sch'ema lesse sur un'un sch'ema lisse sur un corps fini. Fabien Trihan : Westf¬®alische Wilhelms¬≠Universit¬®at, Mathematisches

368

Cathartic colon  

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Cathartic colon is not rare. Heilbrun reported 9 cases. We have seen 6 cases during the last 2 years. In 3 of these patients, a diagnosis of ulcerative colitis was made. Although a definite differential diagnosis from ulcerative colitis may be impossible on roentgen study, the changes described above should alert the radiologist to the possibility of cathartic colon. The

Richard H. Marshak; Arnold Gerson

1960-01-01

369

Rosenman's "Serendipity and Scientific Discovery" Revisited: Toward Defining Types of Chance Events.  

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The role of serendipity or "chance in all its forms" in scientific discovery is considered. The need to differentiate between purely accidental events and Rothenberg's "articulations of error" when discussing scientific discoveries is stressed. Examples of articulations of errors are noted, including Fleming (penicillin), Roentgen (X-ray effect),Ö

Diaz de Chumaceiro, Cora L.; Yaber O., Guillermo E.

1994-01-01

370

Radiation oncology: Historical development in Germany  

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In the first period after the discovery of x-rays by Roentgen until World War II, German radiotherapy made major contributions to the development of the specialty. During the Nazi regime and World War II, German doctors were separated from international developments, and after the war the technical standard was poor. It took German radiotherapy a relatively long time to return

Hans-Peter Heilmann

1996-01-01

371

CESTY K VEDECK…MU OBJAVU (PrŪpadovŠ ötķdia z histůrie vedy)  

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Scientific development is not smooth and linear; instead it is epi- sodic i. e. different kinds of science occur at different times. To illustrate some of the rich variety in the ways scientists have discovered new knowledge, I have chosen four cases to recount in this paper. In the first place, I wrote about Roentgen's discovery of x-rays as an

Miroslav Karaba

372

Atomic Pioneers, Book 2, From the Mid-19th to the Early 20th Century. A World of the Atom Series Booklet.  

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This booklet is concerned with the last half of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century when a great surge of knowledge vital to atomic science took place, as illustrated by work by Faraday, Mendeleev, Roentgen, Becquerel and the Curies. Each succeeding discovery brought atomic science closer to the great breakthrough that marked the closeÖ

Hiebert, Ray; Hiebert, Roselyn

373

Appendix I. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations, and Glossary of Terms  

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coefficient kg kilogram L liter LTSP long-term surveillance plan ¬Ķ micro, 10-6 , used in combination occurring radioactive material NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System #12;AI-3 NPL National, 10-6 Pu plutonium QA/QC quality assurance/quality control R Roentgen r2 correlation coefficient Ra

374

Production of cobalt nanopowders by electron-beam technology and their NMR and magnetometry study  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Complex structure, magnetometry and NMR investigation of nanostructural cobalt powders synthesized using electron-beam technology was carried out. The developed technology makes it possible to fabricate roentgen-amorphous nanosized cobalt powders containing highly anisotropic HCP phase which does not require additional passivation measures. Magnetometry and NMR data are in correspondence with the results of structure measurements.

Mamniashvili, G.; Gegechkori, T.; Okrosashvili, M.; Kutelia, E.; Akhalkatsi, A.; Gavasheli, T.; Daraselia, D.; Djaparidze, D.; Shengelaya, A.; Peikrishvili, A.; Lesuer, D.

2015-01-01

375

INFLUENCE OF $gamma$IRRADIATION ON SOME KINDS OF FRUITS AND ON CANNED FRUIT  

Microsoft Academic Search

Some results of observations of changes in organoleptic properties of ; different fresh fruits, their juices, and canned fruit under the influence of ; gamma irradiation (Co‚Ā∂¬į) are given. Irradiation of green persimmons to ; 1.5 million roentgen at 8500 r\\/hr leads to the gradual artificial ripening of the ; fruits. They do not gain any strange taste and are

Sh. M. Khatiashvili; T. V. Tsetskhladze; L. I. Cherkezishvili

1960-01-01

376

Electroencephalographic responses to ionizing radiation.  

PubMed

Electroencephalographic recordings made from chronically implanted cortical electrodes indicate that ionizing radiation has an immediate effect upon brain wave patterns. X-rays delivered at the rate of 0.2 roentgen per second produce an arousal effect resembling that which occurs as a result of stimulation through peripheral receptor systems. PMID:13946488

GARCIA, J; BUCHWALD, N A; BACH-Y-RITA, G; FEDER, B H; KOELLING, R A

1963-04-19

377

MEASUREMENT OF THE RADIATION INACTIVATION OF PEPSIN USING A RADIOACTIVE SUBSTRATE. I. EFFECT OF INORGANIC IONS AND pH  

Microsoft Academic Search

Using radioactive iodinated serum albumin (RISA) or hemoglobin as a ; substrate, some effects of roentgen rays on pepsin were investigated. The ; results obtained with the RISA method show that an exponential relationship ; exxists between loss of enzyme activity and dose of x rays. The sensitivity of ; pepsin to radiation is markedly affected by the presence of

M. K. Loken; K. W. Stenstrom; J. F. Marvin; D. G. Mosser

1959-01-01

378

Working With Radiation For Research  

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1 Working With Radiation For Research Thomas Cummings Junior Physicist Environmental Health in the Form of Radiograph #12;6 Deleterious Effects on Early Radiation Workers #12;7 Represent energy roentgen (R) = 2.58 10-4 C/kg · Radiation Absorbed Dose: 1 rad = 10 mGray (Gy) · Equivalent or Effective

Jia, Songtao

379

Present and Future of FRP in Construction  

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.-Ing. habil. Technische Universit√§t externally bonded reinforcement Dr.-Ing. E.h. Konrad Zilch M√ľnchen FRP developments in CFRP T. Berset Sika Switzerland strengthening: Adhesives, post-tensioned plates and projects durable structures will be presented and discussed by experts from acade- mia and industry. Participants

Pinnau, René

380

Autonomous Systems Lab Prof. Roland Siegwart  

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. Siegwart Thomas Mantel Simon Lynen Konrad Rudin Pan-tilt unit for tracking a solar airplane Spring Term entitled Pan-tilt unit for tracking a solar airplane is original work which I alone have authored and which to track and communicate with a UAV over distances of over 1 kilometer. This is achieved by placing

Daraio, Chiara

381

Consciousness Reframed III Conceptor: a Model of Emergence of Basic Speech Structures in Early  

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Consciousness Reframed III Conceptor: a Model of Emergence of Basic Speech Structures in Early Childhood as a part of Consciousness Development Konrad R. Fialkowski & Boleslaw K. Szymanski An information that may be appropriate for modelling elements of consciousness. Such model also indicates that information

Varela, Carlos

382

Lester Baker Perry Assistant Professor of Geography  

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(Climatology Concentration) ­ May 2006 Dissertation: Synoptic Climatology of Northwest Flow Snowfall extent of new snowfall in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Hydrological Processes, In Press. Perry, L classification of snowfall events in the Great Smoky Mountains, USA. Physical Geography 31: 156-171. Konrad, C

383

INSTITUTES for MATHEMATICS (Graz University of Technology)  

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Identification Problems arising in Hyperthermia Report No. 3/2006 January, 2006 Institute for Mathematics, Graz for Parameter Identification Problems arising in Hyperthermia T. G¨anzler, Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum f 2005) The paper introduces an identification problem arising in modern regional hyperthermia, a cancer

Volkwein, Stefan

384

MAN MEETS WOLF Ethological perspectives  

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) #12;"So satisfying to disprove at least one hypothesis before breakfast!" Konrad Lorenz, personal 2008 Lorenz (1953) #12;Father wolf howls for his pups.... ....tracks them, then "cuts the corner" back Lorenz (1953) J.M.PackardKZL/JMP #12;Dedication Lorenz (1953) JMP KZL JMP JMP Lorenz (1953) #12;Seewiesen

Packard, Jane M.

385

MARGA VICEDO teaches history of biology at the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology at the University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in philosophy of science from the University of  

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of this legend Harlow is pre- sented as part of a triumvirate, with Konrad Lorenz and Bowlby. In this triad, Lorenz provided the theoretical foundation to understand human behavior as a set of instincts or innate on monkeys, Lorenz's research on imprinting, and Bowlby's research on children were related and appropriated

Vicedo, Marga

386

SHORT-TERM FORECASTING OF SOLAR RADIATION BASED ON SATELLITE DATA WITH STATISTICAL METHODS  

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Hammer, Detlev Heinemann, Elke Lorenz, and Bertram L√ľckehe Department of Energy and Semiconductor-441-798-3545, Fax +49-441-798-3326, E-mail elke.lorenz@uni-oldenburg.de Abstract ¬≠ This paper describes the various fields, based on an approach for the estimation of motion developed by Konrad and Dubois[7], which

Heinemann, Detlev

387

Caveat Lector: Reviewing Popular Social Science.  

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Discusses problems with reviews and criticisms of popular social science books: the quality and background of reviewers, the difficulty of distinguishing between fact and opinion, and the scarcity of competent reviewers. Analyzes reviews of Robert Ardrey's "African Genesis" and "The Territorial Imperative," Konrad Lorenz's "On Aggression," andÖ

Hixson, Vivian Scott

1981-01-01

388

MAN MEETS WOLF Ethological perspectives  

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Klinghammer, Konrad Lorenz, Erik Zimen, Sybille Schafer Kalas, Luigi Boitani, Peter Colin, Dave Mech, Ulie 2008 Lorenz (1953) #12;To understand our dogs, we need to know their ancestors, the wolves Lorenz (1953) J.M.PackardKZL/JMP #12;Thank you! Graphics: Lorenz (1953) Man Meets Dog; L.D. Mech (1991

Packard, Jane M.

389

OBSERVATION AND INFERENCE CRITICAL THINKING ACTIVITY QUESTION: What is the social structure of dogs?  

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#5 Lorenz Source: Lorenz, Konrad. 1953. Man meets dog. Penguin Books: New York. (pp 117-118) Source of the Emotions in Man and Animals. The University of Chicago Press: Chicago. (pp50-51) Source: Lorenz 1953 "Not: Lorenz 1953 "Another fence story concerns my old Bully and his mortal enemy, a white Spitz, which lived

Packard, Jane M.

390

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS 149 energetics of small birds. Journal of Thermal Bi-  

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¬ītage, 7 Quai St Bernard, case 237, F-75252 Paris cedex 05 2Konrad Lorenz Institute, Austrian Academy. LORENZ. 1981. Der Torpor beim Rotru¬®ckenmausvogel, Colius casta- notus. Journal fu¬®r Ornithologie 122:379¬≠392. PRINZINGER, R., R. GO¬® PPEL, A. LORENZ, AND E. KULZER. 1981. Body temperature and metabolism in the Red

Richner, Heinz

391

Anim. Behav.,1986,34, 1601-1616 The making of ethology  

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); and for another, Konrad Lorenz was already hard at work behind the scenes, directing the energies of the newly-formed society into distinctively ethological channels. Privately, Lorenz corresponded with his mentor society (Heinroth 1971); and publicly, Lorenz addressed an early meeting of the society on the need

Little, Tony

392

Some Issues Concerning Aggression and Violence in Human Beings.  

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Examines aggression and violence from an interdisciplinary perspective. Humanistic psychologist Rollo May sees violence as the end product of power deprivation. Anthropologists Konrad Lorenz and Robert Ardrey regard aggression as an innate biological drive. Anthropologist Richard Leakey views it as a learned, culturally determined response.Ö

Ponton, Elizabeth

1986-01-01

393

Age-Related Inhibition and Learning Effects: Evidence from Transitive Performance  

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.j.bryson@bath.ac.uk) Department of Computer Science, University of Bath Bath, BA2 7AY, United Kingdom The Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research Adolf Lorenz Gasse 2, A-3422 Altenberg, Austria Abstract In the absence

Bryson, Joanna J.

394

Evolution equation for quantum entanglement  

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LETTERS Evolution equation for quantum entanglement THOMAS KONRAD1 , FERNANDO DE MELO2,3 , MARKUS of the time evolution of this resource under realistic conditions--that is, when corrupted by environment describes the time evolution of entanglement on passage of either component through an arbitrary noisy

Loss, Daniel

395

On the Evolution of Decoys in Plant Immune Iaroslav Ispolatov and Michael Doebeli  

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On the Evolution of Decoys in Plant Immune Systems Iaroslav Ispolatov and Michael Doebeli by the effector, trigger the plant immune response. Here we present a proof-of-principle model for the functioning Biological Theory 5(3) 2010, 256­263. c 2011 Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research #12

Doebeli, Michael

396

DETERMINATION OF THE UAV POSITION BY AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF THERMAL IMAGES  

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DETERMINATION OF THE UAV POSITION BY AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF THERMAL IMAGES Wilfried Hartmann.hartmann, sebastian.tilch, henri.eisenbeiss, konrad.schindler)@geod.baug.ethz.ch KEY WORDS: Thermal, UAV, Camera, Calibration, Bundle, Photogrammetry, GPS/INS ABSTRACT: If images acquired from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs

Schindler, Konrad

397

Mercury: A Wearable Sensor Network Platform for High-fidelity Motion Analysis  

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Mercury: A Wearable Sensor Network Platform for High-fidelity Motion Analysis Konrad Lorincz, Bor This paper describes Mercury, a wearable, wireless sen- sor platform for motion analysis of patients being to previous systems intended for short-term use in a laboratory, Mercury is designed to sup- port long

Chen, Yiling

398

5th Eurasphalt & Eurobitume Congress, 13-15th June 2012, Istanbul LABORATORY AGING OF ASPHALT MIXTURES SIMULATION OF RECLAIMED ASPHALT AND  

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OF ASPHALT MIXTURES ­ SIMULATION OF RECLAIMED ASPHALT AND APPLICATION AS TEST METHOD FOR DURABILITY Konrad Surface asphalt courses reach their end of service life after a time span between 10 and 30 years, depending on their durability. Afterwards, the surface layer is usually milled and reused in asphalt

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

399

Two Cultures Revisited: New Widening Gaps  

Microsoft Academic Search

Aristotle continues to be a highly cited author in cultural sciences (human and social sciences) and humanities. In the last two decades, his work attracted up to a hundred times more attention than the work of Konrad Lorenz or Edward O. Wilson, who have attempted to synthesize new knowledge on behavior and society and proposed alternatives to traditional, intuitively appealing,

Ladislav KovŠc

2002-01-01

400

73 I\\()()I< RI:\\'II:\\\\'S to these stimuli. The neurophysiological b~sis of a great deal of behaviour is thus stripped  

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of behaviour is thus stripped of mystery'. As a young student.. the now famous socil)biologist, Edward O. Wilson listened tp Konrad Lorenz lecture about releasers ,:nd wondered that "If birds and fish were producc.:d hy on\\.' individual but elicit a response, in another pf thn c

Gadagkar, Raghavendra

401

Web Intelligence and Agent Systems: An International Journal 12 (2014) 6382 63 DOI 10.3233/WIA-140286  

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, USA Abstract. During deep brain stimulation (DBS) treatment of Parkinson disease, the target in Parkinson patients Konrad A. Ciecierski a,*, Zbigniew W. Ra¬īs a,b and Andrzej W. Przybyszewski c a Warsaw: Parkinson's disease, DBS, STN, FFT, DWT, RMS, LFB, HFB, hierarchical clustering 1. Introduction Parkinson

Ras, Zbigniew W.

402

Selection of the optimal microelectrode during DBS surgery in Parkinson's patients  

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Abstract. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the subthalamic nucleus (STN) is effective treatment of ParkinsonSelection of the optimal microelectrode during DBS surgery in Parkinson's patients Konrad: Parkinson's Disease, DBS, STN, Wavelet, Filtering, PCA, FFT, Spike detection, Spike discrimination, Spike

Ras, Zbigniew W.

403

Nature, Human Nature, and Solutions to Problems.  

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This paper promotes an undergraduate course that would discuss the great ideas of Plato, St. Paul, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Jean Paul Sartre, B. F. Skinner, and Konrad Lorenz. This course would help students understand human values and behaviors while focusing on historical, world, and national problems. Tentative solutions would then beÖ

Pedrini, D. T.; Pedrini, B. C.

404

Behavioural Processes 62 (2003) 14 Marian Breland Bailey: many lives  

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paired with food. I've seen a dolphin swallow an inner tube, and turkeys eat the quarters we trained them to Bob, and suggested that I look at the book on Animal Behavior she and Keller had written in the early is a Konrad Lorenz like comment on the behavior of ducks and chickens, expressed in plain- spoken American

Timberlake, William D.

405

Challenges of Ground Truth Evaluation of Multi-Target Tracking Anton Milan1  

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Challenges of Ground Truth Evaluation of Multi-Target Tracking Anton Milan1 Konrad Schindler2, ETH Z¨urich Abstract Evaluating multi-target tracking based on ground truth data is a surprisingly challenging task. Erroneous or am- biguous ground truth annotations, numerous evaluation protocols

Schindler, Konrad

406

Hepatic Parenchymal Replacement in Mice by Transplanted Allogeneic Hepatocytes Is Facilitated by Bone Marrow  

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with allogeneic FVB-derived bone marrow. These findings were validated by a comparison of hAAT levels betweenHepatic Parenchymal Replacement in Mice by Transplanted Allogeneic Hepatocytes Is Facilitated by Bone Marrow Transplantation and Mediated by CD4 Cells Konrad L. Streetz,1,5 Regis Doyonnas,2 Dirk Grimm

Ford, James

407

Ein Anti-Macht-Wort zur Didaktik der 'Progressive' Form. [An Anti-Macht Comment on Teaching the Progressive Form (of the English Verb)].  

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Rejects the semantic analysis of the English progressive form proposed by Konrad Macht in 1973. Citing performance data from tenth grade classes and reviewing the contents of school grammars in use at the intermediate level, a teaching grammar for the progressive form is developed. (IFS/WGA)

Zydatiss, Wolfgang

1979-01-01

408

Schulfach Englisch (The English Course)  

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Critical discussion of course objectives of English taught as a second language with reference to Konrad Schroder's Englisch als Schulfach'' (English as an Academic Subject), Neusprachliche Mitteilungen, v24 p144-152, and Helmut Schwartz's Noch einmal: Englisch als Schulfach'' (Once Again: English as an Academic Course), NeusprachlicheÖ

Loebner, Horst-Dieter

1973-01-01

409

Factorization law for two lower bounds of concurrence  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We study the dynamics of two lower bounds of concurrence in bipartite quantum systems when one party goes through an arbitrary channel. We show that these lower bounds obey the factorization law similar to that of [Konrad , Nat. Phys.1745-247310.1038/nphys885 4, 99 (2008)]. We also discuss the application of this property in an example.

Mirafzali, Sayyed Yahya; Sargolzahi, Iman; Ahanj, Ali; Javidan, Kurosh; Sarbishaei, Mohsen

2010-09-01

410

Up-to-Date and with a Past: The "Duden" and Its History.  

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Reviews the origins and history of Konrad Duden's "Vollstandiges Orthographisches Worterbuch," the standard reference work on correct German spelling since the 1880s, which since the early 20th century has been referred to simply as "Duden." Also emphasized are the historical and cultural impact of "Duden" spelling guides in the 20th century. (24Ö

Weiss, Gerhard

1995-01-01

411

From Discovery, Vol. 32, No.2 pg. 54-56 [2003]. Lives of a Biologist: Adventures in a Century of Extraordinary Science  

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of academic biology: being a "big name," Prof. Bonner #12;knew and interacted with the likes of Thomas Hunt Morgan, Konrad Lorenz, J.B.S. Haldane, Robert MacArthur, and others--and the immediacy of the stories (e

Mooers, Arne

412

948 BioScience December 2011 / Vol. 61 No. 12 www.biosciencemag.org Large-scale Flow Experiments for  

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Articles 948 BioScience · December 2011 / Vol. 61 No. 12 www.biosciencemag.org Large-scale Flow Experiments for Managing River Systems Christopher p. Konrad, Julian d. olden, david a. lytle, theodore s of conducting effective large-scale flow experiments. Flow experiments have both scientific and social value

Pyron, Mark

413

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 110,480-491 (1985) A Pupal Lethal Mutation with a Paternally Influenced Maternal Effect on  

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oogenesis (review in Konrad et al., 1985). Most analyses of these maternal contributions have derived from oogenesis essential for normal developmental processes. Recently, the availability of a dominant female is required during oogenesis. A small fraction of these loci exhibit specific MEL on embryonic development

Perrimon, Norbert

414

4th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Intelligent Cultural Heritage (2003), pp. 112  

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4th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Intelligent Cultural Heritage (2003 archaeological sites Markus Grabner1 , Ralph Wozelka1 , Manish Mirchandani2 , Konrad Schindler1 1Computer Institute of Technology, Bombay, India Abstract We present a web-based visualization tool for archaeological

Schindler, Konrad

415

An Overview and Comparison of Smooth Labeling Methods for Land-Cover Classification  

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1 An Overview and Comparison of Smooth Labeling Methods for Land-Cover Classification Konrad to the same object (class) than to different ones. The smoothness assumption becomes more important as sensor comparison and analysis of the presented methods, using two different aerial datasets from urban areas

Schindler, Konrad

416

Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Universit e della Ricerca PROVA DI AMMISSIONE AL CORSO DI LAUREA IN MEDICINA VETERINARIA  

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'autore del libro "L'anello di Re Salomone" è: A) Konrad Lorenz B) Sigmund Freud C) Carl Gustav Jung D) Ivan Petrovic Pavlov E) Karl von Frisch 2. Per quanto riguarda l'allevamento dei suini in Italia, l'ISTAT ha

Malerba, Donato

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Tibial bone mineral distribution as influenced by calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D feeding levels in the growing turkey  

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Roentgen signs, subperiosteal, endosteal, and trabecular bone growth are evaluated in turkeys fed phosphorus at the 0.5, 0.56, 0.68, 0.90, and 2.70 percent levels. Calcium levels of 0.30, 0.40, 0.60, 1.2, and 3.60 percent were also tested. Vitamin D levels of 0, 100, 300, 900 and 27,000 I.U. per day were likewise evaluated. Roentgen signs, bone mineral as measured by T-125 gamma ray absorption, and bone mineral growth patterns as shown by radiograph area projection are correlated with calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D feeding levels. Differences in bone growth at the various feeding levels were observed which were not reflected by differences in other studied parameters.

Spurrell, F. A.; Brenes, J.; Waibel, P.

1974-01-01

418

Prospects for AGN Science using the ART-XC on the SRG Mission  

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The enhanced hard X-ray sensitivity provided by the Astronomical Roentgen Telescope to the Spectrum Roentgen Gamma mission facilitates the detection of heavily obscured and other hard-spectrum cosmic X-ray sources. The SRG all-sky survey will obtain large, statistically-well-defined samples of active galactic nuclei (AGN) including a significant population of local heavily-obscured AGN. In anticipation of the SRG all-sky survey, we investigate the prospects for refining the bright end of the AGN luminosity function and determination of the local black hole mass function and comparing the spatial distribution of AGN with large-scale structure defined by galaxy clusters and groups. Particular emphasis is placed on studies of the deep survey Ecliptic Pole regions.

Swartz, Douglas A.; Elsner, Ronald F.; Gubarev, Mikhail V.; O'Dell, Stephen L.; Ramsey, Brian D.; Bonamente, Massimiliano

2012-01-01

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Skeletal measurements among infants who die during the perinatal period: new population-based reference  

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Background: Reference data for roentgen skeletal measurements among infants who die during the perinatal period is not available, although it might prove helpful in the study of pre-autopsy radiographs. Objective: Our aim was to define new population-based reference data for skeletal measurements among infants who die during the perinatal period. Materials and methods: We routinely took standardised pre-autopsy radiographs of

ōystein E. Olsen; Rolv T. Lie; Helga Maartmann-Moe; Jouko Pirhonen; Ralph S. Lachman; Karen Rosendahl

2002-01-01

420

Role of Imaging in Cancer Treatment  

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Cancer therapy and cancer imaging are scientific and clinical companions. Most cancers are initially detected by an imaging\\u000a technique, either through the routine screening of at-risk populations or by the evaluation of patients presenting with symptoms.\\u000a Imaging the human body began as part of routine clinical care with the development of X-ray imaging by Roentgen. While X-rays\\u000a still play an

Anthony F. Shields; P. Price

421

Use of radionuclides in cancer research and treatment  

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Cancer occurs as a result of misregulation of cell growth, which appears to be a consequence of alteration in the function\\u000a of oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes. Ionising radiation has been used, since the discovery of X-rays in 1896 by Roentgen,\\u000a both in cancer research and treatment of the disease. The main purpose of cancer research is to understand the

M. Teresa MacŪas

2009-01-01

422

Carcinogenic Effects of Ionising Radiation  

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\\u000a Within less than a decade after the discovery of the X-ray by Roentgen, in1895, cancer was recognized to be a late complication\\u000a of injury by ionizing radiation, and for decades thereafter it was assumed that cancer would result only from doses large\\u000a enough to cause severe damage of tissue. In the interim, the carcinogenic effects of ionising radiation have been

Arthur C. Upton

423

The demands of professional opera singing on cranio-cervical posture  

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Difficulty with singing is a rare but important complication following cervical spine surgery but there is little objective\\u000a information regarding the cervical and head postural changes taking place during singing. The aim of this study was to identify\\u000a postural changes in the cranio-cervical region associated with the demands of voice production in professional opera singing.\\u000a The two Roentgen-cephalograms, one of

Gillian Johnson; Margot Skinner

2009-01-01

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EVALUACI”N DEL AJUSTE Y DESAJUSTE EN NI—OS Y J”VENES DE ESTRATO SOCIOECON”MICO BAJO DE BOGOTŃ1  

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T his paper describes levels of adjustment, non-adjustment, internalization and externalization identified in a group of 262 children and adolescents distributed in three groups according to their ages, 4-7, 9-13 and 14-17 who participated in a study about prevention of aggressive behavior and promotion of pro-social conducts developed by Fundaciůn Universitaria Konrad Lorenz and co-financed by Colciencias. The results of

JUAN CARLOS; RICARDO SALAMANCA; KONRAD LORENZ

425

UexkŁll, Peirce, and Other Affinities Between Biosemiotics and Biolinguistics  

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The purpose of this paper is to describe some parallels and theoretical affinities between biosemiotics and biolinguistics.\\u000a In particular, this paper examines the importance of UexkŁll's Umwelt and Peircean abduction as foundational concepts for Sebeok's biosemiotics and Chomsky's biolinguistic program. Other affinities touched upon in\\u000a this paper include references to concepts articulated by Immanuel Kant, Konrad Lorenz, Marcel Florkin, FranÁois

Prisca Augustyn

2009-01-01

426

Effects of electrical stimulation on the myofibril protein degradation and fragmentation in bovine longissimus dorsi muscle and its relationship to tenderness  

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EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON THE MYOFIBRIL PROTEIN DEGRADATION AND FRAGMENTATION IN BOVINE LONGISSIMUS DORSI MUSCLE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO TENDERNESS A Thesis by Maria Lucia Salles Cunha Procknor Submitted to the Graduate College... IN BOVINE LONGISSIMUS DORSI MUSCLE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO TENDERNESS A Thesis by MARIA LUCIA SALLES CUNHA PROCKNOR Approved as to style and content by: Thayne R. Dutson (Co-Chairman) Jeffrey W. Savell (Co-Chairman) Konrad A. Eugster (Member...

Procknor, Maria Lucia Salles Cunha

2012-06-07

427

Einleitung  

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Seit der Erfindung programmierbarer Rechner durch Konrad Zuse vor kaum 70 Jahren haben programmierbare Informationsverarbeitungssysteme einen atemberaubenden Aufschwung genommen. Das Mooresche Gesetz mit seiner exponentiellen Steigerung der Leistungsfšhigkeit der Hardware in Hinblick auf Rechen-, Speicher- und Łbertragungsleistung liefert dafŁr die technische Grundlage. Die Flexibilitšt programmierbarer Software ergšnzt sich dazu ideal - schafft sie doch die MŲglichkeiten und die Voraussetzungen dafŁr, dass sich diese Systeme in praktisch allen Anwendungsfeldern einsetzen lassen.

Broy, Manfred

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Comment on ``The First Accurate Description of an Aurora''  

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SchrŲder [2006] discusses Das Buch der Natur (The Book of Nature), written by Konrad von Megenberg between 1348 and 1350. The Buch was the first encyclopedia of natural phenomena written in German. (For a contemporary German translation, see Schulz [1897] for definitions of Megenberg's astronomical terminology, see Deschler [1977]). Megenberg translated the Liber de Natura Rerum, written by Thomas of Cantimprť between 1225 and 1240.

Silverman, Sam

2007-11-01

429

Inviscid simulations of turbulent shear layers - Fluctuating flow profiles  

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Numerical solutions of the time-dependent Euler equations are used to study the dynamics of unconfined, spatially developing shear layers. The analysis of Chien et al. (1988) on the effects of large density variations between two streams is extended to include the rms fluctuating flow velocity and density profiles. The results are compared with the measurements of Oster and Wygnanski (1982) and Konrad (1977), showing good agreement.

Chien, K.-Y.; Ferguson, R. E.; Kuhl, A. L.; Glaz, H. M.; Colella, P.

430

Evolution of entanglement for quantum mixed states  

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A simple relation is introduced for concurrence to describe how much the entanglement of a bipartite system is at least left if either (or both) subsystem undergoes an arbitrary physical process. This provides a lower bound for concurrence of mixed states (pure states are included) in contrast to the upper bound given by Konrad [Nat. Phys. 4, 99 (2008)]. Our results are also suitable for general high-dimensional bipartite quantum systems.

Yu, Chang-Shui; Yi, X. X.; Song, He-Shan

2008-12-01

431

Entanglement Evolution of Two-Qubit States in the Presence of Local Decoherence  

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Using the factorization Law for entanglement decay derived by Konrad, T., et al.: Nature Phys. 4, 99 (2008), we investigate the one-side and two-side local decoherence effect on the dynamics of the two-qubit entangled states. Under the depolarizing channel and GAD channel with the nonzero temperature, we have found that any two-qubit states will experience ESD. Furthermore, we also investigate the entanglement dynamics under the non-Markovian case.

Song, Wei; Li, Da-Chuang; Cao, Zhuo-Liang

2011-03-01

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Einleitung  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Deutschland hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten den internationalen Ruf erworben, auf dem Gebiet der Technologie fŁhrend zu sein. GroŖe, weitreichende Erfindungen sind in Deutschland gemacht worden. Viele Nobelpreise gehen nach Deutschland: Robert Bosch, Nikolaus Otto und Konrad Zuse gehŲren genauso zu den groŖen Erfindern, wie Melitta Bentz und Emmy Noether. 85 % aller Nobelpreise, die seit 1901 nach Deutschland gingen, sind in den Kategorien Chemie, Physik und Medizin vergeben worden. Allein im Jahr 2007 wurden in Deutschland fast 50.000 Patente angemeldet.

Walther-Klaus, Ellen

433

The development of ornithology in central Europe  

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The first ornithologist since Aristotle was the emperor Friedrich II of Hohenstaufen whose work on falconry (written before\\u000a 1248) includes a general account of birds based largely on his personal observations. Other medieval workers on birds were\\u000a Albertus Magnus, Thomas di Cantimprť and Konrad von Megenberg. Gybertus Longolius (1544) and William Turner (1544) reported\\u000a on some birds of the Rhine

J. Haffer

2007-01-01

434

The 9th International Mycological Congress (IMC 9) 1-6 August, Edinburgh, Scotland  

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The 9th International Mycological Congress (IMC 9) 1-6 August, Edinburgh, Scotland Prepared by: Wilhelm de Beer FABI delegates at the International Mycological Congress. The International Mycological Congress (IMC) held under the auspices of the International Mycological Association (IMA) is the largest

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Jacob Bernoulli, Ph.D. Erhard Weigel, Ph.D. Universitt Leipzig 1650  

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Jacob Bernoulli, Ph.D. Erhard Weigel, Ph.D. Universität Leipzig 1650 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Dr. jur. Universität Altdorf 1666 Johann Bernoulli, Ph.D. 1694 Leonhard Euler, Ph.D. Universität Basel 1726 Joseph Louis Lagrange, Ph.D. Simeon Denis Poisson, Ph.D. Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier, Ph

Matta, Abraham "Ibrahim"

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This is an author-deposited version published in: http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/ Eprints ID: 6293  

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. and Wilhelm, Anne-Marie and Delmas, Henri Degradation of paracetamol by catalytic wet air oxidation to the repository administrator: staff-oatao@listes.diff.inp-toulouse.fr #12;1 Degradation of paracetamol for paracetamol removal. The catalytic wet air oxidation (CWAO) of paracetamol on activated carbon

Mailhes, Corinne

437

This is an author-deposited version published in: http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/ Eprints ID: 6293  

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. and Wilhelm, Anne-Marie and Delmas, Henri Degradation of paracetamol by catalytic wet air oxidation.jhazmat.2012.04.021 #12;1 Degradation of paracetamol by catalytic wet air oxidation and sequential adsorption of this paper is to evaluate two different processes for paracetamol removal. The catalytic wet air oxidation

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Vogelpothsweg BaroperStrae  

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-Goeppert-Stra√?e Vogelpothsweg Emil-Figge-Stra√?e Leonhard-Euler-Str S H Vogelpothsweg Otto-Hahn-Stra√?e P P P P P P Wilhelm: Leonhard-Euler-Stra√?e OH: Otto-Hahn-Stra√?e MSP: Martin-Schmei√?er-Platz AS: August Schmidt Stra√?e #12;

Kierfeld, Jan

439

Plant synapses: actin-based domains for cell-to-cell communication  

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Plant synapses: actin-based domains for cell-to-cell communication Frantisek Baluska, Dieter-Wilhelms-University of Bonn, Kirschallee 1, D 53115 Bonn, Germany For many years it has been known that plants perform rapid in plants. Plants also synthesize numerous neuronal molecules and fulfill some criteria for intelligent

Bonn, Universität

440

Experience-dependent phase-reversal of hippocampal neuron firing during REM sleep  

Microsoft Academic Search

The idea that sleep could serve a cognitive function has remained popular since Freud stated that dreams were ďnot nonsenseĒ but a time to sort out experiences [S. Freud, Letter to Wilhelm Fliess, May 1897, in The Origins of Psychoanalysis ó Personal Letters of Sigmund Freud, M. Bonaparte, A. Freud, E. Kris (Eds.), Translated by E. Mosbacher, J. Strachey, Basic

Gina R. Poe; Douglas A. Nitz; Bruce L. McNaughton; Carol A. Barnes

2000-01-01

441

Alphabet Soup: ERP, CT, and ACT for OCD  

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The present article comments on the case conference presented in this issue, namely, Himle and Franklin's (Himle & Franklin, 2009) exposure and response prevention (ERP); Chosak and colleagues' (Chosak, Marques, Fama, Renaud, & Wilhelm, 2009) cognitive therapy (CT); and (Twohig, 2009) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Two questions areÖ

Tolin, David F.

2009-01-01

442

NF-?B-mediated adaptive resistance to ionizing radiation  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ionizing radiation (IR) began to be a powerful medical modality soon after Wilhelm RŲntgen's discovery of X-rays in 1895. Today, more than 50% of cancer patients receive radiotherapy at some time during the course of their disease. Recent technical developments have significantly increased the precision of dose delivery to the target tumor, making radiotherapy more efficient in cancer treatment. However,

Kazi Mokim Ahmed; Jian Jian Li

2008-01-01

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Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Western Regional Home Management-Family Economics Educators (25th, Scottsdale, Arizona, November 6-8, 1985).  

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These proceedings consist of 12 presentations, most of which are followed by responses or comments. The papers include: "Integrating Family Economics and Family Counseling" (Hogan; discussants Schnittgrund, Wilhelm); "A Test of the Deacon-Firebaugh Management Model" (Gage, Schmid); "Perceived Income Adequacy and Selected Financial ManagementÖ

Berry, Ruth E., Ed.

444

Limnol. Oceanogr., 49(2), 2004, 588596 2004, by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc.  

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588 Limnol. Oceanogr., 49(2), 2004, 588¬≠596 2004, by the American Society of Limnology addition experiments Emma S. Kritzberg Department of Ecology/Limnology, Lund University, S-223 62 Lund 12545 Wilhelm Grane¬īli Department of Ecology/Limnology, Lund University, S-223 62 Lund, Sweden Darren L

445

Influence of Cement Particle-Size Distribution on Early Age Autogenous Strains and Stresses in Cement-Based Materials  

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Influence of Cement Particle-Size Distribution on Early Age Autogenous Strains and Stresses in Cement-Based Materials Dale P. Bentz* Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute-Jochen Haecker* Wilhelm Dyckerhoff Institut, 65203 Wiesbaden, Germany The influence of cement particle

Bentz, Dale P.

446

Comprehensive Meta Prediction and Annotation Services for Proteins  

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a graphical user interface implemented in Java Swing. The whole source code will be released as open source their favorite service using a WSDL description. For developers, we give detailed instructions and a software with a complete operations manual and a step-by-step tutorial using real scientific data. Wilhelm

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The dynamics of the catalytic site in small GTPases, variations on a common motif  

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online 16 May 2013 Edited by Alexander Gabibov, Vladimir Skulachev, Felix Wieland and Wilhelm Just'', but a ``movie'' of the dynamics of the catalytic site, espe- cially the dynamic interplay with the GAP protein- tigation of reaction mechanisms [7­10]. It provides marker-free detailed insights into the biochemical

Gerwert, Klaus

448

arXiv:astro-ph/0609503v118Sep2006 Observations Supporting the Role of Magnetoconvection in  

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James D. Armstrong Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii, 4761 Lower Kula Road, Kula, HI 96790 & Sheeley 2004). Recently, observations from the Solar Ultraviolet Measurement of Emitted Radiation (SUMER; Wilhelm et al. 1995), the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT; Delabou- dini`ere et al. 1995

Lin, Gang

449

Aircraft Inlet Ducts  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

After studying three Tech Briefs reports on NASA submerged duct technology developed for high performance aircraft, Wilhelm Cashen was able to adapt the technology to the induction intercooler system of turbocharged lightplanes. In lightplane installations, the submerged ducts introduce cool "ram" air to the propulsion system for greater operating efficiency.

1984-01-01

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pre-acts -6th annual international conference of Territorial Intelligence -caENTI October 2008 1 SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT METHODS IN HUNGARY  

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and reutilized. These private wells have their own benefits and drawbacks. The use of such water decreases 1 SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT METHODS IN HUNGARY Dr. Zolt√°n Wilhelm Abstract: According to many with surface and groundwater management and protection. Sustainable water quality is a common interest

Boyer, Edmond

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THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE FOR OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH WORKING GROUP ON MARINE VIRUSES WG 126  

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THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE FOR OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH WORKING GROUP ON MARINE VIRUSES ­ WG 126 Virus- CHALLENGES, ROADBLOCKS AND PITFALLS MARKUS G WEINBAUER & STEVEN W. WILHELM I. ACCURATE ESTIMATES OF VIRUS WITH VIRUSES IN MARINE SEDIMENTS JANICE E. LAWRENCE ­ University of New Brunswick, Canada 1035 Coffee Break

Wilhelm, Steven W.

452

H Filtering for a Mobile Robot Tracking a Free Rolling Ball  

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H Filtering for a Mobile Robot Tracking a Free Rolling Ball Xiang Li and Andreas Zell Wilhelm of a rolling ball in the RoboCup environment, when the ball is pushed consecutively by a middle on tracking and predicting the location and velocity of a rolling ball in the RoboCup domain with a middle

Zell, Andreas

453

Meeting the Demand: Teaching "Soft" Skills.  

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This document contains four papers (and an introduction by William Wilhelm) on teaching "soft" skills in business education programs. "The Skill Building Challenge: Preparing a Bridge for the Workforce Skills Gap" (Sheila M. Smith) examines the following topics: the workforce skills gap; the importance of academic and behavioral skills; and publicÖ

Wilhelm, William J.; Logan, Joyce; Smith, Sheila M.; Szul, Linda F.

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Clim. Past, 8, 135147, 2012 www.clim-past.net/8/135/2012/  

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of Antarctica at the end of the last deglaciation A. Wegner1, P. Gabrielli2,3, D. Wilhelms-Dick1,*, U. Ruth4, M (Gabrielli et al., 2005a,b; Gaspari et al., 2006; Gabrielli et al., 2010), particle induced X-ray emission

Howat, Ian M.

455

PORTRAITS HELD IN THE BALFOUR & NEWTON LIBRARIES AND MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY NO.OFPORTRAITS  

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Bateson, William 5 1 charcoal and watercolour portrait by William Strang, 1910. 1 group photograph, William Thomas [?] 1 Blasius, August Wilhelm Heinrich 1 Blasius, Johann Heinrich [?] 1 Blasius, Rudolf 2 1 Albert 2 Both photographs with Hans Gadow Bourne, Gilbert Charles 2 1 group photograph

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Prediction of Prokaryotic Transcription Units from Microarray Data Revisited  

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Prediction of Prokaryotic Transcription Units from Microarray Data Revisited Ulrich Bodenhofer, Wilhelm Lichtberger, Frank Klawonn In prokaryotic genomes, a transcription unit is a set of one or more co the knowledge about E.coli. For less investigated prokaryotes, it allows to infer hypotheses about transcription

Hochreiter, Sepp

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AN INQUIRY ABOUT EVIDENCE FOR THE LATE HEAVY BOMBARDMENT. C.R. Chapman1  

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AN INQUIRY ABOUT EVIDENCE FOR THE LATE HEAVY BOMBARDMENT. C.R. Chapman1 , B.A. Cohen2 , and D. Issues of collection biases need to be evaluated, but we suspect a prime sampling bias may be due] Dalrymple G.B. et al. (2001) LPS XXXII, #1225. [5] Cohen B.A. et al. (2000) Science, 290, 1754. [6] Wilhelms

Cohen, Barbara Anne

458

Zum Ausgleich von generativer und energetischer Sprachbetrachtung (A Comparison of the "Generative" and "Energetic" Views of Language)  

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Discussion of two basic conceptions: Wilhelm von Humboldt's idea of language as energeia'' existing within and without man, and Noam Chomsky's idea of language generated by the speaker according to an innate apparatus. Revised version of lectures presented at the University of Bonn, West Germany in August 1971. (RS)

Weisgerber, Leo

1972-01-01

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A Human Achievement: Mathematics without Boundaries.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper describes three fundamental principles, dictated by Wilhelm von Humboldt, that were widely adapted as the basic philosophy of higher education in the United States, and proposes to revise the unfulfilled dream of von Humboldt to make it come true. This paper stresses the achievements of humanity not only in technology, health, or theÖ

Terzioglu, Tosun

460

Recent Progress on Certain Quartic Diophantine Equations  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Wilhelm Ljunggren proved many results on quartic Diophantine equations of the form aX4-bY2 = c, with c?{Ī1,-2,Ī4}. Noticeably absent from this set of values of c is c = 2. We describe some recent progress on this problem, and discuss some open problems which require further study.

Walsh, P. G.

2008-01-01

461

Simulation of the extraction of near diffraction limited Gaussian beams from side pumped  

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Optical Society of America OCIS codes: (140.3580) Solid-state lasers; (140.6810) Thermal effects Electron. 34, 2383-2392 (1998) 9. W. Koechner, "Solid-State Laser Engineering" (Springer, 1999), Chapter 2.3 10. R.Wilhelm, "Numerical Modeling of Solid State Lasers," Talk at Laser working group session, 15

Ostermeyer, Martin

462

Brothers Grimm Bicentenntial: Blueprint for a Community Celebration.  

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Faculty at McNeese State University (Louisiana) and local civic, educational, and cultural groups encouraged their community to commemorate the anniversary of the births of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, German scholars who recorded fairy tales, myths, legends, and folk songs that are now an important part of the western world's cultural heritage,Ö

Novak, Sigrid Scholtz

463

Markerless Visual Control of a Quad-Rotor Micro Aerial Vehicle by Means of On-Board Stereo Processing  

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quad-rotor is the first truly autonomous MAV that relies on stereo vision and can operate for an autonomous quad-rotor MAV that relies on monocular vision. Processing, howev University of T¨ubingen, Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Computer Science, Department Cognitive Systems, Sand

Zell, Andreas

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SCHOOL OF DIVINITY, HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY ACADEMIC SESSION 2013-2014  

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on Friday 1 November Week 5: Lecture: Leibniz Survey text: B. C. Look, "Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz." SEP: DESCARTES, SPINOZA, LEIBNIZ 15 CREDITS ­ 6 WEEKS PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY: The full set of school regulations modern period, as represented by major philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza, Malebranche, and Leibniz

Levi, Ran

465

In Memoriam, Honors  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Charles E. Graham, 2003, Retired Life Member, Tectonophysics, 1953. Robert E. Veiga, 2003, Atmospheric Sciences, 1990. Donald E. White, 2003, AGU Fellow, Volcanology, Geochemistry, Petrology, 1944.Manfred R. Strecker is a prizewinner of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Program for 2004, Germany's most valuable research prize.

2004-01-01

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Port Royal. "We do need another type of logic book for those whose culture is of a literary-historical type,  

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of discourse includes the property blue. Core Logic ­ 2006/07-1ab ­ p. 3/3 #12;Leibniz (1). Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (1646- 1716) Work on philosophy, mathematics, law, alchemy, theology, physics, engineering ­ 2006/07-1ab ­ p. 4/3 #12;Leibniz (2). 1673-1677: Invented calculus independently of Sir Isaac Newton

Löwe, Benedikt

467

Sisyphus at Work: The Leibniz Edition, The Kaiserreich and Divided Germany  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Despite several attempts, the prolific writings of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz have not yet been brought together in a single edition. Efforts have been hampered by the sheer volume and diversity of the Leibniz estate, and also by changing political circumstances. This paper traces the history of the Leibniz edition as a long-term project of theÖ

Poser, Hans

2004-01-01

468

Sisyphus at Work: The Leibniz Edition, The Kaiserreich and Divided Germany  

Microsoft Academic Search

Despite several attempts, the prolific writings of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz have not yet been brought together in a single edition. Efforts have been hampered by the sheer volume and diversity of the Leibniz estate, and also by changing political circumstances. This paper traces the history of the Leibniz edition as a long-term project of the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie and its predecessors.

Hans Poser

2004-01-01

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International Study Center Raitenhaslach  

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Preis 2012 (s. Seite 14). Die von der DFG verlie- hene Auszeichnung w√ľrdigt diePolitik: International Study Center Raitenhaslach Forschen: Leibniz-Preis f√ľr Barbara Wohlmuth: Leibniz-Preis f√ľr Barbara Wohlmuth campusDas Magazin der TU M√ľnchen 1| 2012 Impressum TUMcampus Das

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PERSONAL, BUDGET, PUBLIKATIONEN PERSONNEL, BUDGET, PUBLICATIONS  

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (WGL) Tr¨ager des AIP: Ministerium f¨ur Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur des/00) Dr. Ziegler, Udo (ab 07/00) 2. Sonnenphysik Prof. Dr. Staude, J¨urgen Dr. Mann, Gottfried Arlt, Kurt

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Leibniz y la lengua vasca JOSU M. ZULAIKA HERNNDEZ*  

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Latino-Cantabricum y la Biblia Saindua. 1. GENERALIDADES 1.1. Leibniz ling√ľista Gottfried Wilhelm LeibnizLeibniz y la lengua vasca JOSU M. ZULAIKA HERN√ĀNDEZ* INTRODUCCI√?N** Aunque Leibniz sea conocido no alcanzara su prodigiosa mente. Podemos, as√≠, hablar con toda propiedad de un Leibniz ling√ľista. Pero creemos

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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Veranstalter: Fakultt fr Mathematik und Informatik der Universitt Heidelberg  

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barocker Komponisten Hauptvortrag ,,Der Universalgelehrte Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz" Prof.-em. Dr.-Ing. Dr Unterst√ľtzung von MAThematics Center Heidelberg (MATCH) und Citykirchenarbeit Heiliggeist Leihgeber: Leibniz Universit√§t Hannover Vernissage zur Leibniz-Ausstellung Mittwoch 18. Mai 2011, 17:15 Uhr Heiliggeistkirche

Rannacher, Rolf

473

GESCHICHTE DER ASTRONOMIE IN POTSDAM THE HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY IN POTSDAM  

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in Berlin: Auf Anregung von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz gr¨undete Kurf¨urst Friedrich III. am 11. Juli 1700 wurde. The history of astronomy in Potsdam began in Berlin: Initiated by Gottfried W. Leibniz, on July noch zu gr¨undenden Sternwarte das Kalendermonopol erteilt und am 18. Mai 1700 Gottfried Kirch zu deren

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The Faculty of Mathematics and Physics invites applications for a University Professorship (Salary Scale W2 BBesO)  

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.uni-hannover.de). Please send your full application until September 28, 2012 to Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität in the Higher Education Act of Niedersachsen (NHG , § 25). Leibniz Universität Hannover is a member university://www.en.nth.online.org. Part-time employment is possible. As an equal opportunities employer, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Gr√ľbel, Rudolf

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A (Leibnizian) Theory of Concepts Edward N. Zalta  

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philosophischen Schriften von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz; see the entry for Leibniz in the Bibliography.) 2See . . . : Let us calculate.1 G. W. Leibniz I have therefore, in what follows, . . . endeavored as far In the eyes of many philosophers, Leibniz established his credentials as a clear and logically precise thinker

Zalta, Edward N.

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The controlled formation of ordered, sinusoidal structures by plasma oxidation of an elastomeric polymer  

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. This process involves: i heating the PDMS to cause it to expand; ii exposing it to an oxygen plasma to generateThe controlled formation of ordered, sinusoidal structures by plasma oxidation of an elastomeric polymer Ned Bowden, Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Kateri E. Paul, and George M. Whitesidesa) Department of Chemistry

Prentiss, Mara

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Monitoring Critical Temperatures in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors Using Low-Order  

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typically used as traction motor in subcompact electric cars. Keywords-- thermal model, linear parameter Models Tobias Huber, Wilhelm Peters, Joachim Böcker Power Electronics and Electrical Drives University of Paderborn 33098 Paderborn, Germany huber@lea.upb.de Abstract--Monitoring critical temperatures in electric

Paderborn, Universität

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How Shelterin Protects Mammalian Telomeres  

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How Shelterin Protects Mammalian Telomeres Wilhelm Palm1 and Titia de Lange Laboratory for Cell navigate these problemswith the advent of telomeres, protective nucle- oprotein complexes at the ends telomeres contain a specific protein complex, shelterin, that functions to protect chromosome ends from all

de Lange, Titia

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Telomere protection by mammalian Pot1 requires interaction with Tpp1  

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Telomere protection by mammalian Pot1 requires interaction with Tpp1 Dirk Hockemeyer1, Wilhelm Palm de Lange1 & Gary D Hammer2 The shelterin complex at mammalian telomeres contains the single-stranded DNA­binding protein Pot1, which regulates telomere length and protects chromosome ends. Pot1 binds Tpp

de Lange, Titia

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(Aristoteless, BC384-BC322) 18 (Thomas Newcomen)(heat engine)  

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-1893) 1884 (Ludwig Boltzmann, 1844-1906) 4 TEb = #12;4 Eb: 1900 1932 1930 (Max Jakob 1879 (Otto cycle)(Diesel cycle) (Brayton cycle) (Rankine cycle) 19 20 19 20 (James C. Maxwell)(Boltzmann ( )-= TThq w h: Tw: T 1701 (Ludwig Prandtl, 1875-1953)(Wilhelm Nusselt, 1882-1957)(Nu = hL/) (Load

Maruyama, Shigeo

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Communication and Distributed Systems Institute of Computer Science 4  

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-Wilhelms-Universit¨at Bonn, Germany Lab Course: Communication and Communicating Devices Code Protection in Android Author . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3. Android Architecture 5 3.1. Android applications and runtime environment process of an Android application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 3.4. Reverse engineering

Eckmiller, Rolf

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Bildung as a Powerful Tool in Modern University Teaching  

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In this paper we will demonstrate how powerful "Bildung" is as a tool in modern university teaching. The concept of "Bildung" was originally introduced by the German philosopher Immanuel Kant (Kant 1787, 1798, 1804) and the Prussian lawyer and politician Wilhelm von Humboldt (Humboldt 1792, Bohlin 2008). From 1810 "Bildung" was a key concept inÖ

Olesen, Mogens Noergaard

2009-01-01

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Anticipatory affect: neural correlates and consequences for choice  

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; reward; functional magnetic resonance imaging 1. BACKGROUND In 1897, Wilhelm Wundt, the founding father of experimental psychology, proposed a dimensional scheme for affect. According to Wundt: `In this manifold affective opposites of predominant character'. Wundt identified three bipolar dimensions: (i) pleasur- able

Knutson, Brian

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Wundt, Vygotsky and Bandura: A cultural-historical science of consciousness in three acts  

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This article looks at three historical efforts to coordinate the scientific study of biological and cultural aspects of human consciousness into a single comprehensive theory of human development that includes the evolution of the human body, cultural evolution and personal development: specifically, the research programs of Wilhelm Wundt, Lev Vygotsky and Albert Bandura. The lack of historical relations between these

Michel Ferrari; David K. Robinson; Anton Yasnitsky

2010-01-01

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A Teacher is Forever: The Legacy of Harry Kirke Wolfe (1858-1918).  

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This article traces the career of Harry Kirke Wolfe, Nebraska educator and one of the earliest U.S. psychologists to earn a doctorate in psychology from Wilhelm Wundt at Leipzig. Emphasis is placed on Wolfe's blending of psychology and pedagogy, and his qualities as a teacher. (Author/JDH)

Benjamin, Ludy T. Jr.

1987-01-01

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History of experimental psychology from an Estonian perspective.  

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A short review of the development of experimental psychology from an Estonian perspective is presented. The first rector after the reopening of the University of Dorpat (Tartu) in 1802, Georg Friedrich Parrot (1767-1852) was interested in optical phenomena which he attempted to explain by introducing the concept of unconscious inferences, anticipating a similar theory proposed by Herman von Helmholtz 20 years later. One of the next rectors, Alfred Wilhelm Volkmann (1800-1878) was regarded by Edwin Boring as one of the founding fathers of the experimental psychology. Georg Wilhelm Struve (1793-1864) played an essential part in solving the problem of personal equations. Arthur Joachim von Oettingen (1836-1920) developed a theory of music harmony, which stimulated his student Wilhelm Friedrich Ostwald (1853-1932) to study colour harmony. Emil Kraepelin (1856-1926), the founder of modern psychiatry, is by far the most important experimental psychologist who has worked in Estonia. His successor Wladimir von Tchisch (1855-1922), another student of Wilhelm Wundt, continued Kraepelin's work in experimental psychology. The lives of Wolfgang KŲhler (1887-1967), who was born in Reval (Tallinn), and Oswald KŁlpe (1862-1915), who graduated from the University of Dorpat, extended the link between the history of experimental psychology and Estonia. Karl Gustav Girgensohn (1875-1925), the founder of the Dorpat School of the psychology of religion, stretched the use of experimental methods to the study of religious experience. PMID:16639614

Allik, JŁri

2007-11-01

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Lightner Witmer: Little-Known Founder of Clinical Psychology  

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Lightner Witmer inaugurated the first psychological clinic in 1896, and he also took a number of other crucial steps in establishing and defining the field of clinical psychology. Witmer was one of the early group of Americans who took their doctorates under Wilhelm Wundt. He was a charter member of the American Psychological Association and the last to die. Clearly,

Paul McReynolds

1987-01-01

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Visual Thinking in Mathematics: An Epistemological Study by Marcus Giaquinto  

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studying in Leipzig, he attended the lectures of Wilhelm Wundt, a seminal figure in the field of experimental psychology. Wundt held that, via introspection, we can study and classify our inner experiences and epistemology, Wundt felt that the results of such inquiry could have normative consequences, since

Avigad, Jeremy

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Judd's Debt to Wundt  

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Charles Judd identified closely with Wilhelm Wundt's philosophy and general psychological position. This article traces Judd's views on the American educational system in the early part of this century, some of the persistent themes that were part of Judd's thought, and Wundt's influence on Judd's thinking. Also discusses Judd's efforts to collectÖ

Dunkel, Harold B.

1977-01-01

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An important theme in my research is the principle of  

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with a book by Wilhelm Wundt: Logik. Eine Untersuchung der Principien der Erkenntniss und der Methoden der emerge from philosophy. Wundt is nowadays completely forgotten as a logician, but is still honoured as the founding father of psychology. The copy of the book by Wundt was studied extensively: it has many

ten Cate, Balder

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Psychology's struggle for existence: Second edition, 1913.  

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Presents an English translation of Wilhelm Wundt's Psychology's struggle for existence: Second edition, 1913, by James T. Lamiell in August, 2012. In his essay, Wundt advised against the impending divorce of psychology from philosophy. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved). PMID:23977952

Wundt, Wilhelm; Lamiell, James T

2013-08-01

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Towards a Theory of Cultural Usability: A Comparison of ADA and CM-U Theory  

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Cultural models in terms of the characteristics and content of folk theories and folk psychology have been important to social scientists for centuries. From Wilhelm Wundt's Volkerpsychologie to the distributed and situated cognition theorists in the global world of today, thinkers have seen human action as being controlled by cultural models. The study of cultural models for humans interacting with

Torkil Clemmensen

2009-01-01

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Experimental psychology in Germany before 1914: Aspects of an academic identity problem  

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Although the world's first continuously functioning psychological laboratory was founded in Germany by Wilhelm Wundt, this act did not lead to the establishment of experimental psychology as an independent discipline in the German university system. A brief description is offered of certain relevant features of that system, and of the ways in which Wundt and other experimenting psychologists sought to

Mitchell G. Ash

1980-01-01

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The Wundt Collection in Japan  

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\\u000a It is not well known that many of the books, journals, and reprints, which belonged to Wilhelm Wundt (1832Ė1920), have been\\u000a kept in Japan. In this short article, I sketch the history of how the Wundt Collection ended up in Japan and describe its\\u000a current status.

Miki Takasuna

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Research Methods: A History of Some Important Strands  

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Wilhelm Wundt's distinction between experimental methods appropriate for understanding simple processes and naturalistic methods appropriate for understanding complex processes is shown to be reflected throughout the history of research methods. Experimental methods are illustrated through the work of logical positivists, operationists and behaviorists like B.F. Skinner. Naturalistic methods are illustrated through the work of applied psychologists like Elton Mayo and

John G. Benjafield

2002-01-01

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Portrayals of Wundt and Titchener in Introductory Psychology Texts: A Content Analysis.  

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Examines the content of introductory psychology books by performing a content analysis on texts from the 1970s and 1990s to determine whether the books incorporated recent historical scholarship in discussions of Wilhelm Wundt and Edward Titchener. Finds that some texts still misrepresent the relation between Wundt and Titchener. (CMK)

Zehr, David

2000-01-01

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Historians' and Chairpersons' Judgments of Eminence Among Psychologists  

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Historians (29 Fellows of APA Division 26) ranked the 10 most important psychologists of all time; 23 Fellows also ranked the 10 most important contemporary psychologists. These rankings were compared with those obtained from 93 graduate department chairpersons (Estes, Coston, & Fournet, 1990). B. F. Skinner headed both lists of contemporary eminence and the chairpersons' all-time list. Historians ranked Wilhelm

James H. Korn; Roger Davis; Stephen F. Davis

1991-01-01

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Wundtís American Doctoral Students  

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Using the student records in the archives at Karl Marx University in Leipzig, Germany, 33 American students have been identified who took their doctoral degrees with Wilhelm Wundt. Wundt served as major reader (Erstgutachter) for 16 students and as secondary reader (Zweitgutachter) for another 17. Many of these students are unknown to psychologists, even among historians of psychology. This article

Ludy T. Benjamin; Maureen Durkin; Michelle Link; Marilyn Vestal; Jill Acord

1992-01-01

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Adaptation level and Ďanimal spiritsí  

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In the tradition of physiological psychology dating back to Wilhelm Wundt, an adaptation-level approach is taken to the level of economic certainty, as measured by the psychologically sensitive unemployment series. Unemployment levels Ďlowí relative to the adaptation level are shown to promote confidence ó high Ďanimal spiritsí ó while the converse holds for Ďhighí unemployment rates. The resulting metric is

Elliott Middleton

1996-01-01

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Wundt on Introspection: Reflection on Current Controversy.  

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Wilhelm Wundt provided a complete and concise description of his introspective method in a 1907 paper criticizing the thought experiments conducted by the Wurzburg psychologists. This major work is now being translated for the first time. For Wundt, the role of experimental method was to ensure the best conditions for observing and reportingÖ

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