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Publikationen von Professorinnen und Professoren der HAW Hamburg

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Th. Willner, W. Sitzmann und K. Weber
Einsatzmöglichkeiten der Hochdruckpreßfiltration und Verfahren zur Erzeugung druckstabiler Fettkristalle
Chemische Revue über die Fett- und Harz-Industrie, (93 (S12)):588-595
Oktober 2006

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Burkhard Horstkotte, Elisabeth Werner, Stefan Wiedemeier, Olaf Elsholz, Victor Cerdà und Reiner Luttmann
At-line determination of formaldehyde in bioprocesses by sequential injection analysis
Analytica Chimica Acta, 559(2):248–256
2006

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Stefanie Kischnick, Bernhard Weber, Petra Verdino, Walter Keller, Ernst A. Sanders, F. Birger Anspach, Helmut Fiebig, Oliver Cromwell und Roland Suck
Bacterial fermentation of recombinant wasp venom allergen Antigen 5 using oxygen limiting growth conditions improves yield and quality of inclusion bodies
Protein Expression and Purification, 47(2):621-628
2006

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P. Jenke, M. Wand, M. Bokeloh, A. Schilling und W. Straßer
Bayesian Point Cloud Reconstruction
Computer Graphics Forum (Proceedings Eurographics '06), 25/3:379--388
2006
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Heike Bruhn, Julia Winkelmann, Christian Andersen, Jörg Andrä und Matthias Leippe
Dissection of the mechanisms of cytolytic and antibacterial activity of lysenin, a defence protein of the annelid Eisenia fetida
Developmental & Comparative Immunology, 30(7):597-606
2006

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Bernd Baumann, Bernd Kost, Hinrich G. Groninga und Marcus Wolff
Eigenmode Analysis of Photoacoustic Sensors via Finite Element Method
Review of Scientific Instruments, 77(4)
2006

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S. von Sengbusch, E. Müller-Godeffroy, S. Hägar, Ralf Reintjes, O. Hiort und V. Wagner
Mobile Diabetes Education and Care: Intervention for Children and Youth with Type 1 Diabetes in Rural Areas of Northern Germany
Diabetic Medicine, 23(2):122-127
2006
ISSN: 1464-5491 (Online)

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C. Petersen-Ewert, T. Widera, S. Kawski, K. Kossow, M. Glattacker, E. Farin, P. Follert und U. Koch
Sicherung der Strukturqualität in der stationären medizinischen Rehabilitation von Kindern und Jugendlichen.
Die Rehabilitation, (45):9-17
2006

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Dirk Lewandowski, Henry Wahlig und Gunnar Meyer-Bautor
The Freshness of Web search engine databases
Journal of Information Science, 32(2):131-148
2006

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Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
Morphing Distribution Trees -- On the Evolution of Multicast States under Mobility and an Adaptive Routing Scheme for Mobile SSM Sources
Telecommunication Systems, 33(1--3):131--154
2006

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: Source Specific Multicast (SSM) promises a wider dissemination of group distribution services than Any Source Multicast, as it relies on simpler routing strategies with reduced demands on the infrastructure. However, SSM is designed for á priori known and changeless addresses of multicast sources and thus withstands any easy extension to mobility. Up until now only few approaches arose from the Internet research community, leaving SSM source mobility as a major open problem. The purpose of this paper is twofold. At first we analyze characteristic properties of multicast shortest path trees evolving under source mobility. Analytically and by stochastic simulations we derive measures on the complexity of SSM routing under source mobility. At second we introduce a straightforward extension to multicast routing for transforming (morphing) source specific delivery trees into optimal trees rooted at a relocated source. All packet forwarding is done free of tunneling. Multicast service disruption and signaling overhead for the algorithms remain close to minimal. Further on we evaluate the proposed scheme using both, analytical estimates and stochastic simulations based on a variety of real-world Internet topology data. Detailed comparisons are drawn to bi-directional tunneling, as well as to proposals on concurrent distribution trees.

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