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See detailDeutsch-Französische Grenzräume als interkulturelle Schnittstellen. Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit im Raum Saarland-Lothringen
Wille, Christian UL

in Dokumente : Zeitschrift für den deutsch-französischen Dialog = Documents : revue du dialogue franco-allemand (2005), (1), 24-28

Nationale Grenzen verlieren durch die zunehmende Verflechtung europäischer Volkswirtschaften ihre trennende Wirkung, und die Zahl der Geschäftskontakte über Länderund Kulturgrenzen hinweg wächst stetig ... [more ▼]

Nationale Grenzen verlieren durch die zunehmende Verflechtung europäischer Volkswirtschaften ihre trennende Wirkung, und die Zahl der Geschäftskontakte über Länderund Kulturgrenzen hinweg wächst stetig. Eine transnationale Wirtschaftswelt öffnet aber nicht nur neue Handlungsräume, sie erfordert auch die Fähigkeit, mit Angehörigen anderer Kulturen kommunizieren und zusammenarbeiten zu können.... [less ▲]

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See detailEMPReSS: standardized phenotype screens for functional annotation of the mouse genome.
Brown, S D; Chambon, P; De Angelis, M H et al

in Nature Genetics (2005), (37), 1155

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See detailReview of Röbbecke, Martina, Dagmar Simon, Martin Lengwiler & Clemens Kraetsch: Inter-Disziplinieren: Erfolgsbedingungen von Forschungskooperationen
Powell, Justin J W UL

in Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (2005), 57(4), 757-759

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See detail‘L’âme de la résistance sort des pavés mêmes’? Quelques réflexions sur la manière dont les Bruxellois sont entrés en guerre (fin juillet 1914 - mi-août 1914)
Majerus, Benoît UL

in Amara, Michael; Jaumain, Serge; Majerus, Benoît (Eds.) et al Une ‘guerre totale’? La Belgique dans la Première Guerre mondiale. Nouvelles tendances de la recherche historique (2005)

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See detail'Dozivotno ucenje' kao conditio humana: Pledoaje za jedan revidirani pojam ucenja
Tröhler, Daniel UL

in Andragoške Studije (2005), 11

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See detailOn the complexity of representing sets of vertices in the n-cube
Couceiro, Miguel UL; Foldes, Stephan; Lehtonen, Erkko UL

in Tsitouras, C.; Simos, T. E.; Psihoyios, G. (Eds.) ICNAAM 2005 (2005)

Representations of an arbitrary set of vertices of an n-dimensional cube in terms of convex sets are compared with respect to their complexity. The notion of complexity used in the representations is ... [more ▼]

Representations of an arbitrary set of vertices of an n-dimensional cube in terms of convex sets are compared with respect to their complexity. The notion of complexity used in the representations is based on the union, symmetric difference and ternary median operations. Convexity of a set of vertices refers to Hamming distance or, equivalently, to the intersection of cubes with supporting hyperplanes. [less ▲]

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See detailSex in the city. La prostitution à Bruxelles pendant la Grande Guerre (1914-1918)
Majerus, Benoît UL

in Cahiers de la Fonderie (2005), (32), 51--54

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See detailReden wie Deutsche in Frankreich. Kultur prägt Kommunikation
Wille, Christian UL

in Interkulturell und global : Forum für interkulturelle Kommunikation, Erziehung, Bildung und globales Lernen (2005), (3/4), 219-222

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See detailDiuretic usage in heart failure: a continuing conundrum in 2005.
Gupta, S.; Neyses, Ludwig UL

in European heart journal (2005), 26(7), 644-9

Several large well-designed clinical trials have shown that the use of diuretics is beneficial in patients with hypertension. However, similarly robust data regarding their role in chronic heart failure ... [more ▼]

Several large well-designed clinical trials have shown that the use of diuretics is beneficial in patients with hypertension. However, similarly robust data regarding their role in chronic heart failure are lacking. Historically, diuretics were developed for treatment of sodium and water retention in oedematous disorders and clinically, they remain the most potent drugs available to relieve symptoms and eliminate oedema in the congested patient with heart failure. In the non-congested patient, however, diuretics continue to be used on a purely clinical basis without sufficient characterization of benefits, adverse effects, and potential influence on mortality. There are also concerns that chronic diuretic usage can cause adverse vascular effects, unfavourable neuroendocrine activation, electrolyte imbalances, and life-threatening arrhythmias. In this article, we review the limited evidence available regarding the benefits and perils of using diuretics in heart failure. [less ▲]

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See detailStadtraum - Jugendraum? Vom professionellen Diskurs über Gefährdete zu multimodalen Hilfestellungen in einer vernetzten Jugendsozialarbeit
Berg, Charles UL; Milmeister, Marianne UL; Schoos, Jean

Book published by éditions PHI (2005)

Dieser erste Band in der Reihe "ScientiPHIc" enthält eine Untersuchung über Jugendliche im öffentlichen städtischen Raum. Ausgangspunkte sind stadtsoziologische, sozialisations- und ... [more ▼]

Dieser erste Band in der Reihe "ScientiPHIc" enthält eine Untersuchung über Jugendliche im öffentlichen städtischen Raum. Ausgangspunkte sind stadtsoziologische, sozialisations- und organisationstheoretische Ansätze. Die Datengrundlage der Studie stammt aus dem Projekt "Streetwork – Jugendliche im städtischen Raum", das in den Jahren 2001-2003 im Auftrag der Stadt Luxemburg und des Familienministeriums vom CESIJE mit der Unterstützung von Caritas Jeunes et Familles und InterActions durchgeführt worden ist. Das Projekt dokumentiert, wie sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung im Dialog mit Experten und Betroffenen dazu beitragen kann, politischen Handlungsbedarf zu identifizieren und gesellschaftliche Gestaltungsperspektiven zu öffnen. Entwickelt wird das Bild einer vernetzten Jugendsozialarbeit, die sich im Wesentlichen als multimodale Hilfeleistung für gefährdete Jugendliche versteht. [less ▲]

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See detailRegionale Intonation
Gilles, Peter UL

in Eggers, Eckhard; Schmidt, Jürgen-Erich; Stellmacher, Dieter (Eds.) Moderne Dialekte - neue Dialektologie. Akten des 1. Kongresses der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Dialektologie des Deutschen (IGDD) am Forschungsinstitut für deutsche Sprache "Deutscher Sprachatlas" der Philips-Universität Marburg vom 5.-8. März 2003 (2005)

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See detailAn approach to qualify the intensity of mixing on a forward acting grate.
Peters, Bernhard UL; Dziugys, Algis; Hunsinger, H. et al

in Chemical Engineering Science (2005), (60/6), 1649-1659

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See detailRiver networks of southern Africa: Scaling laws governing their geometry and deviations from scaling
Stankiewicz, Jacek UL; De Wit, M. J.

in Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2005), 6(9),

Africa is tectonically and hypsometrically different to all other continents and therefore provides a unique natural laboratory for the study of river network geometry. Southern Africa is one of the more ... [more ▼]

Africa is tectonically and hypsometrically different to all other continents and therefore provides a unique natural laboratory for the study of river network geometry. Southern Africa is one of the more unusual geomorphological regions of this continent, hence our interest in the geometry of the rivers draining this region. The 14 river basins analyzed here come from the larger networks of the Orange and Limpopo rivers, as well as from the southernmost section of the continent where rivers meander through an exhumed belt of folded Paleozoic mountains. Basic scaling laws, such as Horton’s laws and Hack’s law, hold for the rivers studied here, but the parameters governing these relationships vary between networks. A strong inverse correlation between Horton’s ratio of stream numbers and mean source stream slope is observed. We believe this is the first time such a relation has been reported. Horton’s ratio of basin areas is proportional to that of stream numbers but always greater than it; this contradicts existing models that equate the two parameters. An expression for the ratio of stream lengths in terms of the ratio of stream numbers is derived theoretically and verified for the available data. The parameter governing Hack’s law, h, varies not only between networks but also with scale inside each network. Existing models provide up to four scaling regimes. Given the spatial resolution of this study, the two regimes at the middle scales are visible here. These are termed the short-range and randomness regimes, with a crossover occurring at a drainage area of approximately 800 km2 . The values for h in the smaller short-range regime have an inverse correlation with the roughness of the topography. Observed values for h imply basins appear more elongated with increasing area; this would be more pronounced in rivers draining a smooth topography. In the randomness regime the values of h are lower, mostly between 0.5 and 0.6, with a weak positive correlation to topography roughness. This range of h corresponds to self-similar basins, but a more detailed analysis of individual stream fractality is necessary before such a conclusion can be made. [less ▲]

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