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Igor Linkov, Todd Bridges, Felix Creutzig, Jennifer Decker, Cate Fox-Lent, Wolfgang Kröger, James H. Lambert, Anders Levermann, Benoit Montreuil, Jatin Nathwani, Raymond Nyer, Ortwin Renn, Benjamin Scharte, Alexander Scheffler, Miranda Schreurs und Thomas Thiel-Clemen
Changing the resilience paradigm
Nature Climate Change, 4:407-409

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Jessica Paul, Sonja Jensen, Arthur Dukart und Gesine Cornelissen
Optimization of a preparative multimodal ion exchange step for purification of a potential malaria vaccine
Journal of Chromatography A,

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P. Mayer, T.F. Parkerton, R.G. Adams, J.G. Cargill, J. Gan, T. Gouin, P.M. Gschwend, S.B. Hawthorne, P. Helm, G. Witt, J. You und B.I. Escher
Passive sampling methods for contaminated sediments: Scientific rationale supporting use of freely dissolved concentrations
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 10(2):197-209

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T. Cirsovius
Wohnungsabbau statt Wohnungsbau? Zu den unternehmerischen Grenzen, denen Wohnungsbaugenossenschaften satzungsbedingt unterliegen
Zeitschrift für Mietrecht, :696ff.
ISSN: 0340-7497

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Dominik Charousset, Raphael Hiesgen und Thomas C. Schmidt
CAF - The C++ Actor Framework for Scalable and Resource-efficient Applications
Proc. of the 5th ACM SIGPLAN Conf. on Systems, Programming, and Applications (SPLASH '14), Workshop AGERE!
Verlag: ACM, New York, NY, USA

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Zusammenfassung: The actor model of computation has gained significant popularity over the last decade. Its high level of abstraction combined with its flexibility and efficiency makes it appealing for large applications in concurrent and distributed regimes. In this paper, we report on our work of designing and building CAF, the ``C++ Actor Framework". CAF targets at providing an extremely scalable native environment for building high-performance concurrent applications and distributed systems. Based on our previous library &tring; libcppa, CAF significantly extends its scopes of application and operation, as well as the range of scalability. The particular contributions of this paper are threefold. First we present the design and implementation of a type-safe messaging interface for actors that rules out a category of runtime errors and facilitates robust software design. Second we introduce a runtime inspection shell as a first building block for convenient debugging of distributed actors. Finally we enhance the scheduling facilities and improve scaling up to high numbers of concurrent processors. Extensive performance evaluations indicate ideal runtime behaviour for up to 64 cores at very low memory footprint. In these tests, CAF clearly outperforms competing actor environments.

Raphael Hiesgen, Dominik Charousset und Thomas C. Schmidt
Embedded Actors -- Towards Distributed Programming in the IoT
Proc. of the 4th IEEE Int. Conf. on Consumer Electronics - Berlin aus ICCE-Berlin'14 , Seite 371--375.
Verlag: IEEE Press, Piscataway, NJ, USA
ISBN: 978-1-4799-6165-8

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Zusammenfassung: The long-term vision of an Internet of Things (IoT) is approaching reality and leading hardware vendors expect shipment of 50 billion devices in the near future. Emerging Internet standards will enable this huge number of embedded machines to interconnect and cooperate---and raise the challenge of building suitable software environments that provide scalability, reliability, and security at an efficient level. In this paper, we introduce such an approach---a modified actor model and a corresponding runtime environment. In contrast to common tools, it offers a higher level of abstraction to design and program applications for constrained devices, while remaining efficient, reliable, and open to include the security extensions from the agenda of the IETF.

Matthias Vallentin, Dominik Charousset, Thomas C. Schmidt, Vern Paxson und Matthias Wählisch
Native Actors: How to Scale Network Forensics
Proc. of ACM SIGCOMM, Demo Session , Seite 141--142.
Verlag: ACM, New York

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Zusammenfassung: When an organization detects a security breach, it undertakes a forensic analysis to figure out what happened. This investigation involves inspecting a wide range of heterogeneous data sources spanning over a long period of time. The iterative nature of the analysis procedure requires an interactive experience with the data. However, the distributed processing paradigms we find in practice today fail to provide this requirement: the batch-oriented nature of MapReduce cannot deliver sub-second round-trip times, and distributed in-memory processing cannot store the terabytes of activity logs needed to inspect during an incident. We present the design and implementation of Visibility Across Space and Time~(VAST), a distributed database to support interactive network forensics, and libcppa, its exceptionally scalable messaging core. The extended actor framework libcppa enables VAST to distribute lightweight tasks at negligible overhead. In our live demo, we showcase how VAST enables security analysts to grapple with the huge amounts of data often associated with incident investigations.


Walter Leal Filho, A. Disterheft, S. Caeiro und U. Azeiteiro
Sustainability Science and Education for Sustainable Development in Universities: A Way for Transition
Sustainability Assessment Tools in Higher Education Institutions
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
ISBN: 9783319023748

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J. Hirsch, S. Kaul, E. Engler-Huesch, W. Schaefer, B. Faber und G. Cornelissen
Development of an Efficient Production Process for a Recombinant Virus-Like Particle Dengue Vaccine Candidate

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G. Cornelissen
DoE in chromatographic process development

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