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2020-03-27
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2020-03-25
10:44
[FZJ-2020-01583] Journal Article
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A century of liming affects the Mg isotopic composition of the soil and crops in a long-term agricultural field at Berlin-Dahlem, Germany
Liming is widely used to alleviate soil acidity in western and central Europe, but its role in the cycling of magnesium (Mg) in arable soil–plant systems is still ambiguous. Here, we systematically analysed Mg concentrations and the natural Mg stable isotope compositions (δ26Mg) of two Mg pools in soil profiles and a major crop (winter rye) in a long‐term German agricultural experimental field that has been managed with and without liming since 1923. [...]
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2020-03-23
15:53
[FZJ-2020-01569] Journal Article
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Socio-technical energy scenarios: State-of-the-art and CIB-based approaches
Energy conversion is a major source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and energy transition scenarios are a key tool for gaining a greater understanding of the possible pathways toward climate protection. There is consensus in energy research that political and societal framework conditions will play a pivotal role in shaping energy transitions [...]
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2020-03-22
12:00
[FZJ-2020-01560] Journal Article

The European Spallation Source in a personal view for the German Colloid and Soft Matter Society
Colloid & polymer science 9999(9999), s00396-020-04628-1 () [10.1007/s00396-020-04628-1]
The German Colloid Society had its annual meeting in September 23–25, 2019, at the University of Stuttgart. Many interesting contributions employing neutron scattering as an important method were presented. [...]
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2020-03-20
13:51
[FZJ-2020-01552] Journal Article

Capacity of the covariance perceptron
Journal of physics / A in press, in press () [10.1088/1751-8121/ab82dd]
The classical perceptron is a simple neural network that performs a binary classification by a linear mapping between static inputs and outputs and application of a threshold. For small inputs, neural networks in a stationary state also perform an effectively linear input-output transformation, but of an entire time series. [...]
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2020-03-12
09:42
[FZJ-2020-01484] Journal Article

Zonal Flow Solver (ZFS): a highly efficient multi-physics simulation framework
Multi-physics simulations are at the heart of today's engineering applications. The trend is towards more realistic and detailed simulations, which demand highly resolved spatial and temporal scales of various physical mechanisms to solve engineering problems in a reasonable amount of time. [...]
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2020-03-11
10:43
[FZJ-2020-01463] Journal Article
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CBPtools: a Python package for regional connectivity-based parcellation
Regional connectivity-based parcellation (rCBP) is a widely used procedure for investigating the structural and functional differentiation within a region of interest (ROI) based on its long-range connectivity. No standardized software or guidelines currently exist for applying rCBP, making the method only accessible to those who develop their own tools. [...]
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2020-03-11
08:31
[FZJ-2020-01458] Journal Article
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Acute ischemic stroke alters the brain's preference for distinct dynamic connectivity states
Brain -, - () [10.1101/19011031]
Acute ischemic stroke disturbs healthy brain organization, prompting subsequent plasticity and reorganization to compensate for loss of specialized neural tissue and function. Static resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have already furthered our understanding of cerebral reorganization by estimating stroke-induced changes in network connectivity aggregated over the duration of several minutes. [...]
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2020-03-10
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2020-03-10
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