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  1. Collective aspects of privacy in the Twitter social network 

    Garcia Becerra, David; Goel, Mansi; Agrawal, Amod K.; et al. (2018)
    EPJ Data Science
    Preserving individual control over private information is one of the rising concerns in our digital society. Online social networks exist in application ecosystems that allow them to access data from other services, for example gathering contact lists through mobile phone applications. Such data access might allow social networking sites to create shadow profiles with information about non-users that has been inferred from information ...
    Journal Article
  2. 3D Printed Formwork for Prefabricated Concrete Slabs 

    Jipa, Andrei; Aghaei Meibodi, Mania; Giesecke, Rena; et al. (2018)
    Conference Paper
  3. Effects of seismic activity on the fluorescence signal of groundwater 

    Mäder, Matthias; Leuenberger, Fanny; Balderer, Werner (2018)
    Geoenvironmental Disasters
    Background Peroxy defects in minerals from stressed igneous and high grade metamorphic rocks release charge carriers which are highly mobile. This process is proposed as the main cause of observed pre-seismic phenomena such as infrared emission on the surface, positive air ionization or a change of ground water chemistry. The primary changes in groundwater chemistry is caused through an increase in oxidation on the rock-water-boundary. ...
    Journal Article
  4. Best practices and recent advances in CCS cost engineering and economic analysis 

    van der Spek M.; Roussanaly S.; Rubin E. (2019)
    International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
    Journal Article

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