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Publikationen von Professorinnen und Professoren der HAW Hamburg

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Jürgen Lorenz, M. Hensel, M. Stuhr, D. Geppert, JF. Kersten und T. Kerner
Relationship between ambient temperature and frequency and severity of cardiovascular emergencies: A prospective observational study based on out-of-hospital care data.
International journal of cardiology 228, :553-557
8 November 2016

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Dirk Witthaut, Martin Rohden, Xiaozhu Zhang, Sarah Hallerberg und Marc Timme
Critical Links and Nonlocal Rerouting in Complex Supply Networks
Phys. Rev. Lett., 116:138701
30 März 2016

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C. Adis, W. Frerichs, P. Hahlweg, E. Müller und I. Scholl
Shared Decision-Making in Oncology – A Qualitative Analysis of Healthcare Providers’ Views on Current Practice
Plos One,
11 März 2016
DOI: 10.1371

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Jutta Hagen, Ute Düssler und Jack Weber
Sozialräumliche Hilfen und Angebote (SHA) in Hamburg auf dem Prüfstand: Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Studie
np 4/2016, :394-409
2016

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Dominik Charousset, Raphael Hiesgen und Thomas C. Schmidt
Revisiting Actor Programming in C++
Computer Languages, Systems & Structures, 45:105--131
2016

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Zusammenfassung: The actor model of computation has gained significant popularity over the last decade. Its high level of abstraction makes it appealing for concurrent applications in parallel and distributed systems. However, designing a real-world actor framework that subsumes full scalability, strong reliability, and high resource efficiency requires many conceptual and algorithmic additives to the original model. In this paper, we report on designing and building CAF, the C++ Actor Framework. CAF targets at providing a concurrent and distributed native environment for scaling up to very large, high-performance applications, and equally well down to small constrained systems. We present the key specifications and design concepts---in particular a message-transparent architecture, type-safe message interfaces, and pattern matching facilities---that make native actors a viable approach for many robust, elastic, and highly distributed developments. We demonstrate the feasibility of CAF in three scenarios: first for elastic, upscaling environments, second for including heterogeneous hardware like GPUs, and third for distributed runtime systems. Extensive performance evaluations indicate ideal runtime behavior for up to 64 cores at very low memory footprint, or in the presence of GPUs. In these tests, CAF continuously outperforms the competing actor environments Erlang, Charm++, SalsaLite, Scala, ActorFoundry, and even the raw message passing framework OpenMPI.

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Walter Leal Filho, K. Musiyiwa, D. Harris, D. Gwenzif und J. Nyamangara
An assessment of smallholder soil and water conservation practices and perceptions in contrasting agro-ecological regions in Zimbabwe
Water Resources and Rural Development,
2016

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Michael Köhler-Bußmeier und Frank Heitmann
An Upper Bound for the Reachability Problem of Safe, Elementary Hornets
Fundamenta Informaticae, 143:89-100
2016

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R. C. Fandl und T. Held
CastTec 2014 – Eine Befragung zu Einflussfaktoren nachhaltiger Produkt¬entwicklungs-partnerschaft in der deutschen Gießereiindustrie
Gießerei, (07/2015):80-86
2016

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Dirk Witthaut, Martin Rohden, Xiaozhu Zhang, Sarah Hallerberg und Marc Timme
Critical Links and Nonlocal Rerouting in Complex Supply Networks
Phys. Rev. Lett., 116:138701
2016

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C. Hornberg, N. Steckling, M. Tobolik, H. Mertens, M. Gerullis, Z. Schillmöller, J. Popp, G. Paetzelt und J. Roos-Bugiel
Das Environmental Burden of Disease (EBD)-Konzept und Gesundheitskostenanalysen als Instrumente zur Prioritätensetzung im gesundheitsbezogenen Umweltschutz (Gesundheitsökonomie und Environmental Burden of Disease im Umweltschutz, GEniUS)
Umwelt & Gesundheit, 02
2016

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