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2019-09-30
11:07
[FZJ-2019-04880] Preprint
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Conditions for wave trains in spiking neural networks
Spatiotemporal patterns such as traveling waves are frequently observed in recordings of neural activity. The mechanisms underlying the generation of such patterns are largely unknown. [...]
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2019-09-12
09:50
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04653] Preprint/Book

Zeitschriftenmonitoring
Simon Verlag für Bibliothekswissen, Best Practice in Bibliotheken ()
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2019-09-12
09:46
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04652] Preprint

Peer Review and Bibliometrics
de Gruyter Saur ()
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2019-09-11
12:14
[FZJ-2019-04643] Preprint
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Firing rate homeostasis counteracts changes in stability of recurrent neural networks caused by synapse loss in Alzheimer's disease
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2019-09-05
14:39
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04569] Preprint

A Microscopic Theory of Intrinsic Timescales in Spiking Neural Networks
A complex interplay of single-neuron properties and the recurrent network structure shapes the activity of individual cortical neurons, which differs in general from the respective population activity. We develop a theory that makes it possible to investigate the influence of both network structure and single-neuron properties on the single-neuron statistics in block-structured sparse random networks of spiking neurons. [...]
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2019-08-20
09:51
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-04301] Preprint
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Low-glutathione mutants are impaired in growth but do not show an increased sensitivity to moderate water deficit
Glutathione is considered a key metabolite for stress defense and elevated levelshave frequently been proposed to positively influence stress tolerance. To investigatewhether glutathione affects plant performance and the drought tolerance of plants,wild-type Arabidopsis plants and an allelic series of five mutants (rax1, pad2, cad2,nrc1, and zir1) with reduced glutathione contents between 21 and 63 % compared towild-type glutathione content were phenotypically characterized for their shoot growthunder control and water-limiting conditions using a shoot phenotyping platform.Under non-stress conditions the zir1 mutant with only 21 % glutathione showed apronounced dwarf phenotype. [...]
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2019-07-23
15:38
[FZJ-2019-03979] Preprint

A New Tool for Automated Quality Control of Environmental Data in Open Web Services
We report on the development of a new software tool (auto-qc) for automated quality control (QC) of environmental timeseries data. Novel features of this tool include a flexible Python software architecture, which makes it easy for users to configure the sequence of tests as well as their statistical parameters, and a statistical concept to assign each value a probability of being a correct value. [...]
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2019-06-06
08:34
[FZJ-2019-03200] Preprint
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Targeted CCUS R&D activities in industrial clusters
Although initial CCUS demonstration projects are planned to commence as point-to-point projects, with a single pipeline or ships linking one source to one sink, the concept of ‘CCUS clusters’ is considered to be crucial to maximize the climate change mitigation potential of the technology. This work is part of ALIGN-CCUS, currently one of the largest European R&D projects on CCUS, with a work programme designed to enable the acceleration of CCUS in specific industrial regions in ERA-NET countries: Teesside and Grangemouth (UK), Rotterdam (NL), North Rhine-Westphalia (DE), Grenland (NO) and Oltenia (RO). [...]

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2019-03-25
09:45
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-02066] Preprint
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Excitons in InGaAs Quantum Dots without Electron Wetting Layer States
The Stranski-Krastanov (SK) growth-mode facilitates the self-assembly of quantum dots (QDs) using lattice-mismatched semiconductors, for instance InAs and GaAs. SK QDs are defect-free and can be embedded in heterostructures and nano-engineered devices. [...]
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2019-03-25
09:34
OpenAccess [FZJ-2019-02065] Preprint
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Transfer of a quantum state from a photonic qubit to a gate-defined quantum dot
Interconnecting well-functioning, scalable stationary qubits and photonic qubits could substantially advance quantum communication applications and serve to link future quantum processors. Here, we present two protocols for transferring the state of a photonic qubit to a single-spin and to a two-spin qubit hosted in gate-defined quantum dots (GDQD). [...]
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