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See detailZugehörigkeiten und Agency – Bewegungen des ‚Hin zu‘ und des ‚Weg von‘
Göbel, Sabrina UL; Peters, Ulla; Jäger, Julia A.

in Zeller, Maren; Göbel, Sabrina; Karl, Ute (Eds.) et al Wege junger Menschen aus Heimen und Pflegefamilien. Agency in schwierigen Übergängen (2019)

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See detailDer institutionelle Sinn der Partizipation. Befunde einer ethnografischen Studie in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen
Neumann, Sascha UL; Kuhn, Melanie; Hekel, Nicole UL et al

in Sieber Egger, Anja; Unterweger, Gisela; Jäger, Marianna (Eds.) et al Kindheit(en) in formalen, nonformalen und informellen Bildungskontexten. Ethnographische Beiträge aus der Schweiz (2019)

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der ... [more ▼]

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der Verteilung von Kindern im Raum ins Zentrum gerückt. Dies geschieht vor dem Horizont der Frage, wie sich unter den Bedingungen einer partizipativ arrangierten Praxis organisatorische Logiken und Funktionalitäten, pädagogische Ansprüche und kindliche Einflussmöglichkeiten zueinander relationieren. Die Analysen machen deutlich, dass sich der institutionelle Sinn von Partizipation keineswegs allein auf pädagogische Aspirationen reduzieren lässt; vielmehr speist er sich zuallererst aus einer Verbindung von pädagogischen Ansprüchen und organisatorischen Rationalitäten. Die immer auch organisatorisch notwendige Verteilung der Kinder auf den Raum erhält gerade erst dadurch ihre pädagogische Legitimität, dass sie im Modus der Partizipation öffentlich vollzogen wird. [less ▲]

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See detailFamily Violence Curricula in Europe (FAVICUE): a cross-sectional descriptive study protocol
Gomez Bravo, Raquel UL; Lygidakis, Charilaos UL; Feder, Gene et al

in BMJ Open (2019), 9

Introduction. Family violence (FV) is a widespread public health problem of epidemic proportions and serious consequences. Doctors may be the first or only point of contact for victims who may be hesitant ... [more ▼]

Introduction. Family violence (FV) is a widespread public health problem of epidemic proportions and serious consequences. Doctors may be the first or only point of contact for victims who may be hesitant or unable to seek other sources of assistance, and they tend not to disclose abuse to doctors if not specifically asked. A comprehensive healthcare response is key to a coordinated community-wide approach to FV, but most of the practising physicians have received either no or insufficient education or training in any aspect of FV. Training of medical students concerning FV is often delivered in an inconsistent or ad hoc manner. The main aim of this project, Family Violence Curricula in Europe (FAVICUE), is to (1) describe current FV education delivery in European medical universities (undergraduate period) and during the specialist training in general practice (GP)/family medicine (FM) (postgraduate residency programme), and (2) compare it with WHO recommendations for FV curriculum. Methods and analysis. This is the protocol of a cross-sectional descriptive study consisting of two self-report online surveys (for undergraduate and postgraduate training, respectively) with 40 questions each. For both surveys, general practitioners, residents, medical students and professionals involved in their education from countries of the European region will be identified through the European Regional Branch of the World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners/Family Physicians (WONCA Europe) and will be invited to provide information regarding the training on FV. Descriptive tests will be carried out and a thematic analysis will be conducted on the open-ended questions. Ethics and dissemination Ethics approval has been obtained by the University of Luxembourg (ERP 17–015 FAVICUE). The results will provide important information concerning current curricula on FV, and can be used for mapping the educational needs and planning the implementation of future training interventions. They will be published and disseminated through WONCA Europe and its networks. [less ▲]

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See detailCan we trust L2-criteria and L2-losses?
Baraud, Yannick UL

in Journal de la Société Française de Statistique (2019), 160(3),

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See detailImplied Volatility Sentiment: A Tale of Two Tails
Kräussl, Roman UL; Félix; Philip, Stork

in Quantitative Finance (2019)

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See detailReliability and relevance of fair values: private equity investments and investee fundamentals
Kräussl, Roman UL; Ferreira., Petrus H.; Landsman, Wayne R. et al

in Review of Accounting Studies (2019), 24(4),

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See detailThe role of epigenetics for understanding mental health difficulties and its implications for psychotherapy research
Kumsta, Robert UL

in Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice (2019), 92(2), 190-207

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See detailThe Identity Challenge in Finance: From Analogue Identity to Digitized Identification to Digital KYC Utilities
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Arner, Douglas; Buckley, Ross et al

in European Business Organization Law Review (2019)

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See detailRate-dependent phase-field damage modeling of rubber and its experimental parameter identification
Loew, Pascal Juergen UL; Peters, Bernhard UL; Beex, Lars UL

in Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2019)

Phase-field models have the advantage in that no geometric descriptions of cracks are required, which means that crack coalescence and branching can be treated without additional effort. Miehe and ... [more ▼]

Phase-field models have the advantage in that no geometric descriptions of cracks are required, which means that crack coalescence and branching can be treated without additional effort. Miehe and Schänzel (2014) introduced a rate-independent phase-field damage model for finite strains in which a viscous damage regularization was proposed. We extend the model to depend on the loading rate and time by incorporating rubber’s strain-rate dependency in the constitutive description of the bulk, as well as in the damage driving force. The parameters of the model are identified using experiments at different strain rates. Local strain fields near the crack tip, obtained with digital image correlation (DIC), are used to help identify the length scale parameter. Three different degradation functions are assessed for their accuracy to model the rubber’s rate-dependent fracture. An adaptive time-stepping approach with a corrector scheme is furthermore employed to increase the computational efficiency with a factor of six, whereas an active set method guarantees the irreversibility of damage. Results detailing the energy storage and dissipation of the different model constituents are included, as well as validation results that show promising capabilities of rate-dependent phase-field modeling. [less ▲]

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See detailDesigning Sets of Binary Sequences for MIMO Radar Systems
Alaee-Kerahroodi, Mohammad UL; Modarres-Hashemi, Mahmoud; Naghsh, Mohammad Mahdi

in IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2019), 67(13), 3347--3360

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See detailA Coordinate Descent Framework to Joint Design of MPSK Sequences and Receive Filter Weights in MIMO Radar Systems
Alaee-Kerahroodi, Mohammad UL

in 2019 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf) (2019)

In this paper, we aim at a joint design of M-ary Phase Shift Keying (PSK) - or MPSK - transmit waveform and receive space-time filter to maximize the Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) in ... [more ▼]

In this paper, we aim at a joint design of M-ary Phase Shift Keying (PSK) - or MPSK - transmit waveform and receive space-time filter to maximize the Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) in colocated Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) radar systems. The design problem is formulated into a maximization of the SINR, including unimodular discrete phase constraint on the transmit waveforms. The resulting problem is non-convex, whereby we devise an iterative algorithm based on the Coordinate Descent (CD) framework to tackle it iteratively. To reduce the computational complexity in designing the transmit waveforms, we exploit the properties of Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) in this paper. Numerical examples illustrate the superior performance of the proposed algorithm in comparison with the state-of-the-art counterparts. [less ▲]

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See detailReductions of elliptic curves
Perucca, Antonella UL

in Proceedings of the Roman Number Theory Association (2019), 4

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See detailAgency und Transitionen – Einleitende Überlegungen und theoretische Annäherungen aus relationaler Perspektive
Karl, Ute; Göbel, Sabrina UL; Lunz, Marei et al

in Göbel, Sabrina; Karl, Ute; Lunz, Marei (Eds.) et al Wege junger Menschen aus Heimen und Pflegefamilien. Agency in schwierigen Übergängen (2019)

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