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See detailProblemlösen als cross-curriculare Kompetenz
Greiff, Samuel UL

Presentation (2009, March 14)

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See detailModellierung von Kompetenzen anhand probabilistischer Testmodelle
Greiff, Samuel UL

Presentation (2009, March 13)

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See detailWeighted lattice polynomials
Marichal, Jean-Luc UL

in Discrete Mathematics (2009), 309(4), 814-820

We define the concept of weighted lattice polynomial functions as lattice polynomial functions constructed from both variables and parameters. We provide equivalent forms of these functions in an ... [more ▼]

We define the concept of weighted lattice polynomial functions as lattice polynomial functions constructed from both variables and parameters. We provide equivalent forms of these functions in an arbitrary bounded distributive lattice. We also show that these functions include the class of discrete Sugeno integrals and that they are characterized by a median based decomposition formula. [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluation des Schulversuchs Jean-Jaurès. Präsentation Endbericht.
Joachim, Patrice UL; Berg, Charles

Speeches/Talks (2009)

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See detailEvaluation des Schulversuchs : Jean-Jaurès-Ganztagsschule
Joachim, Patrice UL

Report (2009)

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See detailAux sources de l'idée d'Union européenne
Vomacka, Eloïse UL

in Etudes du CEFRES (2009), 14

Ce recueil d'article se propose de revenir sur le projet d'union des nationsde Georges de Podebrady, roi de Bohême.

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See detailDas garantierte Mindesteinkommen RMG- Nachhaltige berufliche Eingliederung für Sozialhilfeempfänger
Böwen, Petra UL

in Sozial Extra: Zeitschrift für Soziale Arbeit und Sozialpolitik (2009)

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See detailBerezin-Toeplitz quantization of moduli spaces
Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

Scientific Conference (2009, March)

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See detailFace inversion disrupts the perception of vertical relations between features in the right human occipito-temporal cortex
Goffaux, Valerie; Rossion, Bruno; Sorger, Bettina et al

in Journal of Neuropsychology (2009), 3

The impact of inversion on the extraction of relational and featural face information was investigated in two fMRI experiments. Unlike previous studies, the contribution of horizontal and vertical spatial ... [more ▼]

The impact of inversion on the extraction of relational and featural face information was investigated in two fMRI experiments. Unlike previous studies, the contribution of horizontal and vertical spatial relations were considered separately since they have been shown to be differentially vulnerable to face inversion (Goffaux & Rossion, 2007). Hence, inversion largely affects the perception of vertical relations (e.g. eye or mouth height) while the processing of features (e.g. eye shape and surface) and of horizontal relations (e.g. inter-ocular distance) is affected to a far lesser extent. Participants viewed pairs of faces that differed either at the level of one local feature (i.e. the eyes) or of the spatial relations of this feature with adjacent features. Changes of spatial relations were divided into two conditions, depending on the vertical or horizontal axis of the modifications. These stimulus conditions were presented in separate blocks in the first (block) experiment while they were presented in a random order in the second event-related (ER) experiment. Face-preferring voxels located in the right-lateralized middle fusiform gyrus (rMFG) largely decreased their activity with inversion. Inversion-related decreases were more moderate in left-lateralized middle fusiform gyrus (lMFG). ER experiment revealed that inversion affected rMFG and lMFG activity in distinct stimulus conditions. Whereas inversion affected lMFG processing only in featural condition, inversion selectively affected the processing of vertical relations in rMFG. Correlation analyses further indicated that the inversion effect (IE) observed in rMFG and right inferior occipital gyrus (rIOG) reliably predicted the large behavioural IE observed for the processing of vertical relations. In contrast, lMFG IE correlated with the weak behavioural IE observed for the processing of horizontal relations. Our findings suggest that face configuration is mostly encoded in rMFG, whereas more local aspects of face information, such as features and horizontal spatial relations drive lMFG processing. These findings corroborate the view that the vulnerability of face perception to inversion stems mainly from the disrupted processing of vertical face relations in the right-lateralized network of face-preferring regions (rMFG, rIOG). [less ▲]

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See detailReduced feedback SDMA based on subspace packings
Svedman, Patrick; Jorswieck, Eduard A.; Ottersten, Björn UL

in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2009), 8(3), 13291339

Herein, we treat Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) based on partial channel state information and limited feedback. We propose a novel framework utilizing subspace packings, where beamforming ... [more ▼]

Herein, we treat Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) based on partial channel state information and limited feedback. We propose a novel framework utilizing subspace packings, where beamforming, feedback, and scheduling are integrated. Advantages of the proposed framework are that the fed back supportable rates are based on the post-scheduling SINR and that the feedback implicitly contains information about the spatial compatibility of the users. The feasibility region of packings of different dimensions is indicated by the allocation outage probability which is derived. Grassmannian subspace packings, DFT-based packings, and non-orthogonal Grassmannian packings are formulated and studied as candidates. Numerical simulations show better performance for the proposed scheme compared to conventional channel quantization at the receiver with zero-forcing transmission in i.i.d. Rayleigh fading. Finally, we propose and evaluate a beam-graph method to further reduce the feedback load, that can be used in the context of tracking quantized beamformers. [less ▲]

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See detailEntwicklung eines Fragebogens für die Peer-Evaluation von studentischen Referaten
Mitschke, T.; Oberfeld, D.; Kemper, Christoph UL

Poster (2009, March)

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See detailAdaptive support domain implementation on the Moving Least Squares approximation for Mfree methods applied on elliptic and parabolic PDE problems using strong-form description
Bourantas, Georgios UL; Skouras, Eugene; Nikiforidis, George

in Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (2009), 43

The extent of application of meshfree methods based on point collocation (PC) techniques with adaptive support domain for strong form Partial Differential Equations (PDE) is investigated. The basis ... [more ▼]

The extent of application of meshfree methods based on point collocation (PC) techniques with adaptive support domain for strong form Partial Differential Equations (PDE) is investigated. The basis functions are constructed using the Moving Least Square (MLS) approximation. The weak-form description of PDEs is used in most MLS methods to circumvent problems related to the increased level of resolution necessary near natural (Neumann) boundary conditions (BCs), dislocations, or regions of steep gradients. Alternatively, one can adopt Radial Basis Function (RBF) approximation on the strong-form of PDEs using meshless PC methods, due to the delta function behavior (exact solution on nodes). The present approach is one of the few successful attempts of using MLS approximation [Atluri, Liu, and Han (2006), Han, Liu, Rajendran and Atluri (2006), Atluri and Liu (2006)] instead of RBF approximation for the meshless PC method using strong-form description. To increase the accuracy of the MLS interpolation method and its robustness in problems with natural BCs, a suitable support domain should be chosen in order to ensure an optimized area of coverage for interpolation. To this end, the basis functions are constructed using two different approaches, pertinent to the dimension of the support domain. On one hand, a compact form for the support domain is retained by keeping its radius constant. On the other hand, one can control the number of neighboring nodes as the support domain of each point. The results show that some inaccuracies are present near the boundaries using the first approach, due to the limited number of nodes belonging to the support domain, which results in failed matrix inversion. Instead, the second approach offers capability for fully matrix inversion under many (if not all) circumstances, resulting in basis functions of increased accuracy and robustness. This PC method, applied along with an intelligent adaptive refinement, is demonstrated for elliptic and for parabolic PDEs, related to many flow and mass transfer problems. [less ▲]

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See detailUrteilsfehler in der schulischen Leistungsbeurteilung: Der Einfluss von Verarbeitungszielen und Expertise
Gräsel, Cornelia; Krolak-Schwerdt, Sabine UL; Dünnebier, Katrin et al

Scientific Conference (2009, March)

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See detailRe-Thinking the Writer’s Role: Enzensberger and Cuba or A Story of Self-Censorship
Marmulla, Henning UL

Presentation (2009, February 27)

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