Dokument-ID Dokumenttyp Verfasser/Autoren Herausgeber Haupttitel Abstract Auflage Verlagsort Verlag Erscheinungsjahr Seitenzahl Schriftenreihe Titel Schriftenreihe Bandzahl ISBN Quelle der Hochschulschrift Konferenzname Quelle:Titel Quelle:Jahrgang Quelle:Heftnummer Quelle:Erste Seite Quelle:Letzte Seite URN DOI Abteilungen
OPUS4-43008 unpublished Sultanow, Eldar; Koch, Christian; Cox, Sean Collatz Sequences in the Light of Graph Theory The Collatz conjecture is a number theoretical problem, which has puzzled countless researchers using myriad approaches. Presently, there are scarcely any methodologies to describe and treat the problem from the perspective of the Algebraic Theory of Automata. Such an approach is promising with respect to facilitating the comprehension of the Collatz sequences "mechanics". The systematic technique of a state machine is both simpler and can fully be described by the use of algebraic means. The current gap in research forms the motivation behind the present contribution. The present authors are convinced that exploring the Collatz conjecture in an algebraic manner, relying on findings and fundamentals of Graph Theory and Automata Theory, will simplify the problem as a whole. 2019 15 urn:nbn:de:kobv:517-opus4-430089 10.25932/publishup-43008 Wirtschaftswissenschaften
OPUS4-40473 unpublished Sultanow, Eldar; Volkov, Denis; Cox, Sean Introducing a Finite State Machine for processing Collatz Sequences The present work will introduce a Finite State Machine (FSM) that processes any Collatz Sequence; further, we will endeavor to investigate its behavior in relationship to transformations of a special infinite input. Moreover, we will prove that the machine's word transformation is equivalent to the standard Collatz number transformation and subsequently discuss the possibilities for use of this approach at solving similar problems. The benefit of this approach is that the investigation of the word transformation performed by the Finite State Machine is less complicated than the traditional number-theoretical transformation. 2nd version 2017 17 urn:nbn:de:kobv:517-opus4-404738 Wirtschaftswissenschaften
OPUS4-39922 unpublished Sultanow, Eldar; Volkov, Denis; Cox, Sean Introducing a Finite State Machine for processing Collatz Sequences The present work will introduce a Finite State Machine (FSM) that processes any Collatz Sequence; further, we will endeavor to investigate its behavior in relationship to transformations of a special infinite input. Moreover, we will prove that the machine's word transformation is equivalent to the standard Collatz number transformation and subsequently discuss the possibilities for use of this approach at solving similar problems. The benefit of this approach is that the investigation of the word transformation performed by the Finite State Machine is less complicated than the traditional number-theoretical transformation. 1st version 2017 urn:nbn:de:kobv:517-opus4-399223 Wirtschaftswissenschaften
OPUS4-39703 unpublished Polkovnikov, Alexander; Tarkhanov, Nikolai Nikolaevich A Riemann-Hilbert problem for the Moisil-Teodorescu system In a bounded domain with smooth boundary in R^3 we consider the stationary Maxwell equations for a function u with values in R^3 subject to a nonhomogeneous condition (u,v)_x = u_0 on the boundary, where v is a given vector field and u_0 a function on the boundary. We specify this problem within the framework of the Riemann-Hilbert boundary value problems for the Moisil-Teodorescu system. This latter is proved to satisfy the Shapiro-Lopaniskij condition if an only if the vector v is at no point tangent to the boundary. The Riemann-Hilbert problem for the Moisil-Teodorescu system fails to possess an adjoint boundary value problem with respect to the Green formula, which satisfies the Shapiro-Lopatinskij condition. We develop the construction of Green formula to get a proper concept of adjoint boundary value problem. 2017 31 6 3 urn:nbn:de:kobv:517-opus4-397036 Institut für Mathematik
OPUS4-39426 unpublished Abutalebi, Jubin; Clahsen, Harald Bilingualism, cognition, and aging Extract: Topics in psycholinguistics and the neurocognition of language rarely attract the attention of journalists or the general public. One topic that has done so, however, is the potential benefits of bilingualism for general cognitive functioning and development, and as a precaution against cognitive decline in old age. Sensational claims have been made in the public domain, mostly by journalists and politicians. Recently (September 4, 2014) The Guardian reported that "learning a foreign language can increase the size of your brain", and Michael Gove, the UK's previous Education Secretary, noted in an interview with The Guardian (September 30, 2011) that "learning languages makes you smarter". The present issue of BLC addresses these topics by providing a state-of-the-art overview of theoretical and experimental research on the role of bilingualism for cognition in children and adults. New York Cambridge Univ. Press 2015 2 Bilingualism : language and cognition. 18 1 1 2 10.1017/S1366728914000741 Institut für Linguistik / Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
OPUS4-39327 unpublished Chattopadhyay, Madhab K.; Chakraborty, Ranadhir; Grossart, Hans-Peter; Reddy, Gundlapally S.; Jagannadham, Medicharla V. Antibiotic resistance of bacteria New York Hindawi Publishing Corp. 2015 2 BioMed research international 10.1155/2015/501658 Institut für Biochemie und Biologie
OPUS4-39298 unpublished Seelaender, Marilia; Laviano, A.; Busquets, S.; Püschel, Gerhard Paul; Margaria, T.; Batista, Miguel L. Inflammation in Cachexia New York Hindawi Publishing Corp. 2015 2 Mediators of inflammation 10.1155/2015/536954 Institut für Ernährungswissenschaft
OPUS4-39295 unpublished Angelow, Jürgen Latest representations and perspectives on the outbreak of the first world war Freiburg Breisgau Alber 2015 15 Historisches Jahrbuch 135 569 583 Historisches Institut
OPUS4-39291 unpublished Kampmann, Christoph; Brechenmacher, Thomas Migration and religion: religiously determined migratory movements in history Freiburg Breisgau Alber 2015 6 Historisches Jahrbuch 135 3 8 Historisches Institut
OPUS4-39263 unpublished Kohler, Ulrich Maintaining quality Survey Research Methods has slightly revised its publication policies. Firstly, starting with the publication of this Editorial, SRM will accept - under specified conditions - manuscripts that discuss experiments in non-probability samples for peer-review. Secondly, SRM will require authors to publish replication materials of their study as Online supplement to their article. Finally, Survey Research Methods will publish replication studies of articles published in the journal. This Editorial gives reasons for these changes. Duisburg European Survey Research Association 2015 2 Survey research methods 9 3 139 140 Sozialwissenschaften