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  1. Overcoming the central planner approach – Bilevel optimization of the European energy transition 

    Shu, David; Reinert, Christiane; Mannhardt, Jacob; et al. (2024)
    The energy transition is a multinational challenge to mitigate climate change, with a joint reduction target for greenhouse gas emissions. Simultaneously, each country is interested in minimizing its own energy supply cost. Still, most energy system models neglect national interests when identifying cost-optimal transition pathways. We design the European energy system transition until 2050, considering competition between countries in a ...
    Journal Article
  2. Fault-Tolerant Distributed Directories 

    Beestermöller J.; Busch C.; Wattenhofer R. (2024)
    Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics, LIPIcs
    Many fundamental distributed computing problems require coordinated access to a shared resource. A distributed directory is an overlay data structure on an asynchronous graph G that helps to access a shared token t. The directory supports three basic operations: publish, to initialize the directory, lookup, to read the contents of the token, and move, to get exclusive update access to the token. There are known directory schemes that ...
    Conference Paper
  3. Contrasting global patterns of soil microbial quotients of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems 

    Gao, Decai; Shi, Wenjiao; Wang, Huimin; et al. (2024)
    The microbial quotient of soil, defined as the proportion of soil elements present in soil microorganisms, reflects the capacity of microbial communities to regulate processes like organic matter decomposition and nutrient cycling. These processes are vital for ecosystem functioning, supporting plant growth, and maintaining soil fertility. However, the global scale's magnitude and drivers of soil microbial quotients remain elusive. This ...
    Journal Article
  4. Abundant hydrocarbons in the disk around a very-low-mass star 

    Arabhavi A.M.; Kamp I.; Henning T.; et al. (2024)
    Very-low-mass stars (those less than 0.3 solar masses) host orbiting terrestrial planets more frequently than other types of stars. The compositions of those planets are largely unknown but are expected to relate to the protoplanetary disk in which they form. We used James Webb Space Telescope mid-infrared spectroscopy to investigate the chemical composition of the planet-forming disk around ISO-ChaI 147, a 0.11-solar-mass star. The inner ...
    Journal Article
  5. Privacy Nudges and Informed Consent? Challenges for Privacy Nudge Design 

    Zimmermann V. (2023)
    Human Factors in Privacy Research
    Privacy nudges aim to support the “wise” choice concerning digital privacy decisions. Examples include nudges to encourage privacy-friendly app choices or to discourage unintended location disclosure. Yet, a general nudge criticism concerns the potential manipulation of users by targeting automatic and perhaps unaware cognitive processes. This calls for guidance in designing ethically favorable and transparent nudges. Therefore, this ...
    Book Chapter

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