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2017-05-24
16:47
[FZJ-2017-03800] Journal Article

Critical phenomena on k -booklets
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We define a "k-booklet" to be a set of k semi-infinite planes with -infinity < x < infinity and y >= 0, glued together at the edges (the "spine") y = 0. On such booklets we study three critical phenomena: self-avoiding random walks, the Ising model, and percolation. [...]

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2017-05-24
16:43
[FZJ-2017-03799] Journal Article
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Phase transitions in cooperative coinfections: Simulation results for networks and lattices
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We study the spreading of two mutually cooperative diseases on different network topologies, and with two microscopic realizations, both of which are stochastic versions of a susceptible-infected-removed type model studied by us recently in mean field approximation. There it had been found that cooperativity can lead to first order transitions from spreading to extinction. [...]

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2017-05-23
07:37
DBCoverage [FZJ-2017-03743] Journal Article

Dynamical amplification of magnetoresistances and Hall currents up to the THz regime
Scientific reports -, - (2017)
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2017-05-18
10:42
[FZJ-2017-03687] Journal Article
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Translation and folding of single proteins in real-time
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2017-05-15
14:49
[FZJ-2017-03615] Journal Article
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A multi-scale approach of fluvial biogeomorphic dynamics using photogrammetry
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Over the last twenty years, significant technical advances turned photogrammetry into a relevant tool for the integrated analysis of biogeomorphic cross-scale interactions within vegetated fluvial corridors, which will largely contribute to the development and improvement of self-sustainable river restoration efforts. Here, we propose a cost-effective, easily reproducible approach based on stereophotogrammetry and Structure from Motion (SfM) technique to study feedbacks between fluvial geomorphology and riparian vegetation at different nested spatiotemporal scales. [...]
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2017-05-15
14:44
[FZJ-2017-03614] Journal Article
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Phenological analysis of unmanned aerial vehicle based time series of barley imagery with high temporal resolution
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Emerging strategies and technologies in agriculture, such as precision farming and phenotyping depend on detailed data on all stages of crop development. Unmanned aerial vehicles promise to deliver such time series as they allow very frequent measurements. [...]
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2017-05-09
17:50
[FZJ-2017-03486] Journal Article
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Quantitative trait loci controlling leaf venation in Arabidopsis
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Leaf veins provide the mechanical support and are responsible for the transport of nutrients and water to the plant. High vein density is a prerequisite for plants to have C4 photosynthesis. [...]
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2017-05-08
15:17
[FZJ-2017-03443] Journal Article
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Novel basin modelling concept for simulating deformation from mechanical compaction using level sets
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As sedimentation progresses in the formation and evolution of a depositional geologic basin, the rock strata are subject to various stresses. With increasing lithostatic pressure, compressional forces act to compact the porous rock matrix, leading to overpressure buildup, changes in the fluid pore pressure and fluid flow. [...]

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2017-05-05
09:56
[FZJ-2017-03387] Journal Article/Contribution to a conference proceedings/Contribution to a book
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First direct comparative test of single crystal rhodium and molybdenum mirrors for ITER diagnostics
29th Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT 2016) : [Proceedings] - , 2017. - ISBN - doi:10.1016/j.fusengdes.2017.03.053
29th Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT 2016), Meeting locationPrague, Czech Republic, 5 Sep 2016 - 9 Sep 20162016-09-052016-09-09
Fusion engineering and design S0920379617302752 (2017) [10.1016/j.fusengdes.2017.03.053]  GO
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2017-04-28
14:42
[FZJ-2017-03307] Journal Article
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Benchmarking of participant-level confound regression strategies for the control of motion artifact in studies of functional connectivity.
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Since initial reports regarding the impact of motion artifact on measures of functional connectivity, there has been a proliferation of participant-level confound regression methods to limit its impact. However, many of the most commonly used techniques have not been systematically evaluated using a broad range of outcome measures. [...]

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