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  1. SPViT: Enabling Faster Vision Transformers via Latency-Aware Soft Token Pruning 

    Kong, Zhenglun; Dong, Peiyan; Ma, Xiaolong; et al. (2022)
    COMPUTER VISION, ECCV 2022, PT XI
    Recently, Vision Transformer (ViT) has continuously established new milestones in the computer vision field, while the high computation and memory cost makes its propagation in industrial production difficult. Considering the computation complexity, the internal data pattern of ViTs, and the edge device deployment, we propose a latency-aware soft token pruning framework, SPViT, which can be set up on vanilla Transformers of both flatten ...
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  2. Does Algorithmic Trading Attenuate Asset Price Bubbles? An Experiment 

    Altmann, Stefan; Riyanto, Yohanes Eko (2022)
    We experimentally examine the impact of algorithmic trading strategies on asset price mispricing and the relative payoff of human vis-a-vis algorithmic traders. We imple- ment a 2x2 treatment design varying the algorithmic strategies into a market-making (liquidity-making) and a sniper (liquidity-taking) algorithm, and the algorithm’s speed into an instantaneous and a 5-second speed-bump algorithm. Our benchmark treat- ment is the ...
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  3. Does Algorithmic Trading Attenuate Asset Price Bubbles? An Experiment 

    Altmann, Stefan; Riyanto, Yohanes Eko (2022)
    We experimentally examine the impact of algorithmic trading strategies on asset price mispricing and the relative payoff of human vis-a-vis algorithmic traders. We imple- ment a 2x2 treatment design varying the algorithmic strategies into a market-making (liquidity-making) and a sniper (liquidity-taking) algorithm, and the algorithm’s speed into an instantaneous and a 5-second speed-bump algorithm. Our benchmark treat- ment is the ...
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  4. Going with the flow: rapid pollen sorting for radiocarbon analysis 

    Nakajima, Kai; Heusser, Christian; Welte, Caroline; et al. (2022)
    Book of Abstracts 24th Radiocarbon - 10th Radiocarbon & Archaeology International Conferences
    Pollen grains have long been suggested ideal targets for radiocarbon (14C) dating of terrestrial sediment records. They are ubiquitously abundant in lacustrine sediments and represent atmospheric 14C concentrations as they form each year. Because pollen are established markers for terrestrial ecosystem variability, pollen-based 14C data provide the ideal, proxy-specific chronology for palynological research. Traditional approaches for ...
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  5. Income Taxes and Mobility of the Rich: Evidence from US and UK Households in Switzerland 

    Köthenbürger, Marko; Stimmelmayr, Michael; Stettler, Christian; et al. (2022)
    Conference Paper
  6. Income Taxes and Mobility of the Rich: Evidence from US and UK Households in Switzerland 

    Köthenbürger, Marko; Stimmelmayr, Michael; Naguib, Costanza; et al. (2022)
    Conference Paper
  7. The Flypaper Effect in Local Public Finance: A Regression Kink Design 

    Köthenbürger, Marko; Loumeau, Gabriel (2022)
    Conference Paper
  8. The Political Economy of Labor Income Tax Progressivity 

    Köthenbürger, Marko; Egger, Peter H.; Strecker, Nora M. (2022)
    Conference Paper
  9. Income Taxes and Mobility of the Rich: Evidence from US and UK Households in Switzerland 

    Stettler, Christian; Naguib, Costanza; Stimmelmayr, Michael; et al. (2022)
    Conference Paper
  10. Light-Controlled Switching in Electro-Optical Memristors 

    Luisier, Mathieu; Kevin Portner; Christoph Weilenmann; et al. (2022)
    Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics
    Conference Paper
  11. Memristor with optically tunable dynamics 

    Luisier, Mathieu; C. Weilenmann; K. Portner; et al. (2022)
    Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics
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  12. Influence of the input model for virtual sensing of wind turbine blades 

    Vettori, Silvia; Gomes, Guilherme; Di Lorenzo, Emilio; et al. (2023)
    The identification of structural properties and loading conditions represents a relevant challenge in wind turbine infrastructure. Significant limitations to the investigation of the dynamic behavior of wind turbines are introduced by the inaccessibility of their components and the inability to measure the stochastic excitation they are subject to. Bayesian filtering estimators can be employed for predicting unknown loads and simultaneously ...
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  13. Tax Technology and Long-Term Regional Development 

    Giommoni, Tommaso; Köthenbürger, Marko; Loumeau, Gabriel (2022)
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  14. Visualizing the Movement of Space-Defining Rotatable Elements in Architecture 

    Ehgartner, Ayumi; Hemmerling, Julia; Mosayebi, Elli; et al. (2022)
    Vision, Modeling, and Visualization
    Conference Paper
  15. The Flypaper Effect in Local Public Finance: A Regression Kink Design 

    Köthenbürger, Marko; Loumeau, Gabriel (2022)
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  16. Mobile mapping of slope stability using a dual-frequency L-/Ku-band DInSAR system configuration 

    Frey, Othmar; Werner, Charles; Caduff, Rafael (2022)
    Abstract Volume 20th Swiss Geoscience Meeting
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  17. Promoting Waveform Seismology in Europe and Beyond: ORFEUS Community Data Services and Products 

    Cauzzi, Carlo Virgilio; Bieńkowski, Jarek; Crawford, Wayne; et al. (2022)
    Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology – 3ECEES
    ORFEUS was founded in 1986 as the international non-profit organisation to coordinate and promote waveform seismology, in particular the collection and exchange of digital seismological waveform data, at a time when these started to became available in large amounts, together with information technologies for exchange and access. ORFEUS initially was closely linked to national broadband seismology initiatives in Europe. With the inception ...
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  18. Comparisons of Velocity and Acceleration Earthquake Records as a Quality Assessment Tool for European Co-Located Seismic Stations 

    Cauzzi, Carlo Virgilio; Bindi, Dino; Buscetti, Margaux; et al. (2022)
    Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology – 3ECEES
    This contribution provides an overview of the procedure being collaboratively developed within ORFEUS to complement the quality control strategies of the RRSM (Rapid Raw Strong Motion) and ESM (Engineering Strong Motion) databases with systematic comparisons of the earthquake data recorded at seismic stations with co-located strong-motion and weak-motion instruments in Europe. The analyses allow: (i) detecting anomalies in both waveform ...
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  19. Web Interfaces and Web Services for Open Coordinated Strong-motion Data Dissemination in Europe 

    Lanzano, Giovanni; Cauzzi, Carlo Virgilio; Bieńkowski, Jarek; et al. (2022)
    Seismological Research Letters
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