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S. Schmidt, U. Thyen, J. Chaplin, E. Müller-Godeffroy und European DISABKIDS Group
Cross-cultural development of a child health care questionnaire on satisfaction, utilization, and needs.
Ambulatory Pediatrics, (7 (5)):374-382
2007

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Burkhard Horstkotte, Olaf Elsholz und Víctor Cerdà Martín
Development of a capillary electrophoresis system coupled to sequential injection analysis and evaluation by the analysis of nitrophenols
International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 87(12):797-811
2007

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Olaf Elsholz, A. Kazemi und R. Luttmann
Die Ionenanalytik und deren Rolle für die Bioprozessautomatisierung
GIT-Laborfachzeitschrift, (4):273-277
2007

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U. Ravens-Sieberer, S. Schmidt, A. Gosch, M. Erhart, C. Petersen-Ewert und M. Bullinger
Measuring subjective health in children and adolescents: results of the European KIDSCREEN/DISABKIDS Project.
GMS Psycho-Social-Medicine [online-serial], (4):Doc08
2007

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M. Bullinger, S. Schmidt, C. Petersen-Ewert, M. Erhart und U. Ravens-Sieberer
Methodische Herausforderungen und Potentiale der Evaluation gesundheitsbezogener Lebensqualität von Kindern mit chronischen Erkrankungen im medizinischen Versorgungssystem.
Medizinische Klinik, (102 (9)):734-745
2007

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M. Bullinger, S. Schmidt, C. Petersen-Ewert, M. Erhart und U. Ravens-Sieberer
Methodische Herausforderungen und Potentiale der Evaluation gesundheitsbezogener Lebensqualität von Kindern mit chronischen Erkrankungen im medizinischen Versorgungssystem.
Medizinische Klinik, (102 (9)):734-745
2007

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T. C. Rodrigues, Olaf Elsholz, A. M. M. Oliveira, M. Tubino, Jr. C. A. Queiroz und A.R. Rezende
Monitoramento do teor de amônia nos lagos existentes no Parque Municipal das Mangabeiras em Belo Horizonte-MG
Intercursos (Ituiutaba), 6:158-162
2007

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Burkhard Horstkotte, Elisabeth Werner, Ali Kazemi Seresht, Gesine Cornelissen, Olaf Elsholz, Víctor Cerdà Martín und Reiner Luttmann
Sequential injection analyzer for glycerol monitoring in yeast cultivation medium
Talanta, 71(2):941-947
2007

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Arne Hildebrand, Thomas C. Schmidt und Michael Engelhardt
Mobile eLearning Content on Demand
International Journal of Computing and Information Sciences- (IJCIS), 5(2):94--103
2007

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Zusammenfassung: Advanced mobile devices suitable for rich media content reception escort a strong majority of the people. Mobile information technologies today are pervasive and prevalent across most generations and countries and augur well for knowledge reception and learning processes within everydays life. In ubiquitously advising life long learning opportunities the paradigm of mobile users questions our common approaches of implementing teaching and learning: Mobile use patterns are short and fast, they frequently interrupt established contexts while nomadic users commonly are on edge with multiple activities taking place in parallel. Handheld devices in addition admit specific, non standard designs and are considered personal companions. In this paper we present an approach to dynamic, ``on demand" production of content, which is personalised and specifically adapted to dedicated mobile devices. Starting from IEEE LOM eLearning Objects, i.e., small standardised self consistent knowledge entities, we process formats, appearance and contextual structures to transform re-usable content objects into the desired targed context. Beside Web data for mobile browsers we will detail out an example of feeding the specific iPod potentials, i.e., its navigation, and a handheld Sony gaming station. All implementations are based on the educational content management system hylOs, which we will briefly introduce. Enabled through an advanced authoring toolset, hylOs allows to define contextual hyperlink overlays, as well as instructional overlays of a given eLearning object mesh. Based on a powerful Ontological Evaluation Layer, additional meaningful overlay relations between knowledge objects are derived autonomously within hylOs. These resulting semantic nets form a basis for perpetuating contexts, when mobile users re--access interrupted learning sessions.

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Dieter Scholz, Christian Müller, Tim Giese und Carsten Erdmann
FLECS: Functional Library of the Environmental Control System – A Simulation Tool for the Support of Industrial Processes
1st International Workshop on Aircraft System Technologies (AST 2007)
Hamburg, Germany
29./30. March 2007
Otto von Estorf (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Aircraft System Technologies , Seite 143-157.
Verlag: Shaker, Aachen
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Zusammenfassung: An Environmental Control System (ECS) in an aircraft ensures the correct air temperature and pressure for passengers and crew. The ECS development process requires the simulation of the ECS system functionality in order to find an optimum system configuration and to support sizing of components. FLECS, the "Functional Model Library of the Environmental Control System", is programmed to support this development process. It offers a library of generic models of ECS components and the aircraft cabin. The library is based on the commercial standard simulation software MATLAB/Simulink. FLECS allows the simulation of a network topology of a system, combining heat and mass flows. Fundamental to the simulation are generalized volume and generalized resistance elements – mass flow resistances as well as heat flow resistances for conduction, convention and radiation. The mass flow of predominantly dry air may contain water vapor and CO2. A highly dynamic sample simulation from FLECS components was compared with results from another verified simulation program: Both results were in good agreement. Various Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) in FLECS support everyday use in the industrial environment.

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