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  1. Real Time Gaze Interaction with a MiddleVR and Unity Based CAVE 

    Jiang, Mike H. (2016)
    Research in human spatial cognition has benefited from the advent of virtual environment technology, including the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment. Eye tracking has also become a common method for addressing different topics in spatial cognition research. Although CAVEs with real time gaze interaction have been constructed for research in social interaction, such as the EyeCVE, this type of system has not been designed for research in ...
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  2. Real-time network functions for the Internet of Things 

    Walter, Fabian (2017)
    The Internet of Things is evolving, more and more devices are getting connected, more data exchanged and increasingly complex tasks are handled by these net- works. Especially, low-power wireless communication networks are widely used due to the flexibility and fast deployment with a battery. The networks must be at low cost and still guarantee a long battery life time and compute a com- plex task. The goal of this thesis is to ...
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  3. Unleashing the potential of Real-time Internet of Things 

    Biri, Andreas (2017)
    With the recent surge in the interest for the Internet of Things (IoT) and an increased deployment of cyber-physical systems (CPS) in commercial and indus- trial applications, distributed systems have gained a significance influence on modern civilization and are performing increasingly complex tasks. Building such platforms in a reliable manner is challenging, as they include concurrent tasks on the application and the communication ...
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  4. Fault-Tolerance Mechanisms for Glossy-based Wireless Communication Networks 

    Dietmueller, Alexander (2017)
    Flooding-based communication with protocols such as Glossy is being used in- creasingly in low-power wireless communication for multi-hop networks because of its efficiency and reliability. For example, Glossy can achieve packet reception rates above 99.99% in real-life tests. However, faults like interference can still occur, causing a packet to get lost, and, up-to-date, most Glossy-based communi- cation protocols do not take such ...
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  5. The Worm Algorithm for the CP(N-1) Model 

    Vetter, Roman (2011)
    The problem of critical slowing down is reviewed and a comprehensive description of how to measure the efficiency of Monte Carlo algorithms in practice is given. Special regard is paid to the O(N) and CP(N-1) models. The dynamic critical exponents of Wolff's single-cluster algorithm are determined on the two-dimensional O(3) and CP(3) models to confirm its efficiency on the former and inefficiency on the latter. The idea of worm ...
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  6. Geometrical Modeling of a Historic Bell Tower 

    Baumann, Martin; Hadorn, Patrick (2016)
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  7. CLAIRE 

    Reggio, André Pascal Francis (2017)
    CLAIRE is nothing yet. Notwithstanding it is so important that it received a name. The project is complex, the innovative concept carries different aspects so that it has been decided to use ’CLAIRE’ when one means to speak about the whole idea. In general CLAIRE is a knowledge management tool, naively CLAIRE is a program, a platform, a scientific map, etc. Until there, the reader may be careful to the abusive use of ”is”: it does not ...
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  8. The Comfort of Urban Cores: Understanding the Development, Qualities and Livability of Altstetten 

    Meuche, Alexandra; Westerhuys, Thorben (2017)
    Altstetten is one of the most rapily changing districts in the city of Zürich. Being crucial to Zürich’s future development, Altstetten’s spatial development as well as perception are of great interest. It offers a wide variety of characteristics, from a work-driven office district to a calm living area and busy industrial areas turning into lively mixed-used residential zones. During a short-term study during the summer of 2017 we ...
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  9. CEU (Centros Educacionair Unificados) : Translating socio-democratic values through the formation of community integrated educational spaces 

    Clements, Brigitte (2017)
    The CEUs, or Unified Education Centres (Centros de Educacao Unificados) are public facilities conceived as local centres of urban life, located in the peripheral and disenfranchised areas of São Paulo, Brazil. The facilities are intended for education, culture and sport and are for both school students and the surrounding community. The centres were developed by the Municipal Buildings Department (EDIF), and designed by the architects ...
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  10. Visualization of dispatching strategies 

    Grossniklaus, Michael (2000)
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  11. A virtual surgery environment 

    Da Silva, Sidclei (2003)
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  12. Umgang mit ausgehobenem Boden auf Grossbaustellen 

    Bonetti, C.; Rauber, P.; Sparacino, A.; et al. (2004)
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  13. Die Alpwirtschaft im Sursés 

    Kasser, Florian (2004)
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  14. Force-feedback human interactive device 

    Huber, Remo; Kretz, Adjan; Fjeld, Morten (2004)
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  15. Microcontact printing of PLL-g-PEG and its derivatives 

    Jud, Pascal P. (2001)
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  16. Feasibility study of the modification of PLGA thin layers 

    Graf, Matthias Andreas (2001)
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  17. Surface modification of PLGA microspheres 

    Müller, Markus; Vörös, János; Csús, G.; et al. (2001)
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  18. Mehrfachnutzung in der Raumplanung 

    Cortesi, Fabian; Funk, Andrea (2007)
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