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Nuria Balague, Petra Düren, Arja Juntunen und Jarmo Saarti
Quality Audits as a Tool for Quality Improvement in Selected European Higher Education Libraries
The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 40(5):529-533
September 2014

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Gunter Groen und Astrid Jörns-Presentati
An der Schnittstelle von stationärer Kinder- und Jugendhilfe und psychiatrisch-psychotherapeutischer Gesundheitsversorgung: Ergebnisse einer Interviewstudie.
Kindheit und Entwicklung, 23(3):151-160.
Juni 2014

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Zusammenfassung: Im Rahmen des EU-Projektes RESME wurden in einer explorativen, qualitativen Studie Fachkräfte der stationären Jugendhilfe und der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie zur gegenseitigen Kooperation befragt. Mit Hilfe umfassender leitfadengestützter Interviews wurden exemplarische Erfahrungen und Einschätzungen gesammelt, um die besonderen Herausforderungen in der Zusammenarbeit besser zu verstehen, Bedingungen und Beispiele für gelungene Kooperation zusammen zu tragen und Ansätze fär Verbesserungen zu finden. Zentrale Ergebnisse der Interviews mit Sozialarbeitern und -pädagogen, Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatern und Psychologen werden zusammenfassend dargestellt. Es zeigen sich verschiedene Ansatzpunkte zur Verbesserung der systemübergreifenden und interdisziplinären Zusammenarbeit. Als wesentlich für eine gelungene Kooperation werden neben Fachlichkeit und Wissen,individuelle Einstellungen und Werte, Aspekte der persönlichen Kontakt- und Beziehungsgestaltung sowie organisatorische Rahmenbedingungen und Entwicklungen erachtet. Die Ergebnisse werden zur Entwicklung eines Curriculums genutzt, das sich zur Förderung der Zusammenarbeit gleichzeitig an Mitarbeiter psychiatrisch-psychotherapeutischer Einrichtungen und der Jugendhilfe richtet.

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Corinna Bergelt, Heidrun Lauke-Wettwer, Corinna Petersen-Ewert, Manfred Jücker und Christiane Bauer
"Alkohol und Nikotin" - Konzept und Evaluation eines interdisziplinären Wahlfachs mit OSPE im Studienabschnitt Medizin 1.
Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung, 31(1)
2014

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F. Kording, B. Schoennagel, G. Lund, F. Ueberle, C. Jung, G. Adam und J. Yamamura
Doppler Ultrasound compared with electrocardiogram and pulse oximetry cardiac triggering: a pilot study
MRM-14-15449 - accepted for publication in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine MRM,
2014

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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,
2014

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Astrid Jörns-Presentati und Gunter Groen
RESME – On the Borders between Residential Child Care and Mental Health Treatment.
Standpunkt Sozial, (2):111-114
2014
ISSN: 0937-5791

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Corinna Bergelt, Heidrun Lauke, Corinna Petersen-Ewert, Manfred Jücker und Christiane Bauer
"Alkohol und Nikotin" – Konzept und Evaluation eines interdisziplinären Wahlfachs mit OSPE im Studienabschnitt Medizin 1
Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung,
2014
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Fabian Jäger, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
How Dia-Shows Turn Into Video Flows: Adapting Scalable Video Communication to Heterogeneous Network Conditions in Real-Time
Proc. of the 39th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN) , Seite 218--226.
Verlag: IEEE Press, Piscataway, NJ, USA

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Zusammenfassung: Video conferencing over IP (VCoIP) is a major trend in current Internet communication and has particularly spread to the mobile realm. In this environment, users face the problem of heterogeneous and fluctuating network conditions. A promising solution to this issue is the scalable video coding (SVC). It allows an adaptation of the video stream to the available bandwidth, but requires a reliable bandwidth estimation. Adaptation times for conversational video at fluctuating network conditions are critical, and a fast strategy for bandwidth estimation is needed to avoid congestion. In this work, we analyse the capabilities of the sender and the receiver to adapt the video coding to changing network conditions. We derive an early congestion indicator at the sender side based on the jitter variation. For receivers, we use sustained goodput to extract a feasible scaling. In thorough evaluations that include real-world 3G networks, we reveal a faster congestion detection at the sender that are also more robust but less accurate than probing at the receiver.

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Max Jonas Werner, Christian Vogt und Thomas C. Schmidt
Let Our Browsers Socialize: Building User-centric Content Communities on WebRTC
Proc. of 34th Int. Conf. Dist. Comp. Systems ICDCS -- WS HotPost , Seite 37--44.
Verlag: IEEEPress, Piscataway, NJ, USA

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Zusammenfassung: The emerging Internet standards of WebRTC open up a new paradigm of direct browser interconnects. Users are thus enabled to build personal communities by simply loading Web pages, provided an appropriate software is at hand. In this paper, we present a software architecture that provides the core concepts and components for content-centric communities on a pure P2P basis. Starting from generic use cases, we develop an information-centric overlay that naturally supports user requirements. Our prototypical implementation and evaluation demonstrate the feasibility of this light-weight approach.

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Andreas Johanning und Dieter Scholz
Adapting Life Cycle Impact Assessment Methods for Application in Aircraft Design
Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2014
Augsburg, Germany
16. - 18. September 2014
Publikationen zum Deutschen Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2014
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DGLR)

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Zusammenfassung: Minimizing not only costs but also environmental impact becomes more and more important in aircraft design. The environmental impact of future aircraft can be calculated in aircraft design using a life cycle assessment. Life cycle assessments are widely used to calculate environmental impacts of products during their life cycle based on the inputs and outputs that the product exchanges with the environment. For most products, these input and output flows occur on the ground. In contrast to that the major part of the emissions of an aircraft occurs during cruise in an altitude of several kilometers. In case the environmental impact of an emission depends on altitude, it is important to consider that in the life cycle assessment of an aircraft. Therefore this paper investigates to what extent existing life cycle impact assessment methods consider the effects of altitude dependent emissions and if they have to be adapted to be able to deal with the special requirements of life cycle assessments of aircraft. The results of that investigation show that the effects of contrails and cirrus clouds as well as certain altitude dependent environmental impacts of certain emissions are not sufficiently covered by existing impact assessment methods. Therefore it is proposed how existing methods for an altitude dependent calculation of the environmental impact of emissions can be integrated into existing impact assessment methods. Finally it is analyzed how this integration affects the results of a life cycle assessment of aircraft using the medium range aircraft Airbus A320-200 as application example. It is shown that the integration of contrails and cirrus clouds as well as NOx emissions leads to a considerable increase of the environmental impact of aircraft. The single score of the ReCiPe method expressing the total environmental impact rises by 108 %. The percentage of contrails and cirrus clouds on the overall environmental impact rises from 0 % to 32 % while that of NOx emissions rises from 8 % to 24 %. The proposed adaption of existing life cycle impact assessment methods allows to improve the accuracy of the life cycle assessment results of aircaft and to consider new effects in environmental aircraft design optimization concerning, for instance, flight mission profile or emissions that have previously been wrongly rated as safe.

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