Alexandra Winter

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BACKGROUND Mutation of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane-conductance regulator (CFTR) causes cystic fibrosis (CF) but not all CF aspects can easily be explained by deficient ion transport. CF-inflammation provides one example but its pathogenesis remains controversial. Here, we tested the simple but fundamental hypothesis that wild-type CFTR is needed to(More)
—The SOAMIG project aims at developing a general migration process for model-driven migrations towards Service-Oriented Architectures. This paper highlights the model-driven tools developed during the SOAMIG project for two case studies: A language migration from a COBOL transactional server to Java web services, and a second study on an architecture(More)
Despite a plethora of recommendations for personalization techniques, such approaches often lack empirical justification and their benefits to users remain obscure. The study described in this paper takes a step towards filling this gap by introducing an evidence-based approach for deriving adaptive interaction techniques. In a dialogue experiment with 36(More)
Background: Mutation of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane-conductance regulator (CFTR) causes cystic fibrosis (CF) but not all CF aspects can easily be explained by deficient ion transport. CF-inflammation provides one example but its pathogenesis remains controversial. Here, we tested the simple but fundamental hypothesis that wild-type CFTR is needed to(More)
The IBM System z9e introduces the enhanced book availability (EBA) feature to reduce the number of planned system outages. Included as part of the EBA feature is the concurrent book replacement (CBR) function, which allows a single book in a multi-book server to be concurrently removed from the system in order for service personnel to perform a repair or to(More)
In industrialized as well as in developing countries the driving force for healthcare has recently been the trend towards a better coordination of care. The focus has been changed from isolated procedures in a single healthcare institution (e.g. a hospital or a general practice) to the patient-oriented care process spreading over institutional boundaries.(More)
  • Robert Cai, Matthew Thomas Carr, Adam Elrafei, Alexander Goniprow, Adrian Hamins-Puertolas, Manpreet Khural +7 others
  • 2014
Using scientific methods in the humanities is at the forefront of objective literary analysis. However, processing big data is particularly complex when the subject matter is qualitative rather than numerical. Large volumes of text require specialized tools to produce quantifiable data from ideas and sentiments. Our team researched the extent to which tools(More)
—The SOAMIG project aims at developing a general migration process for model-driven migrations towards Service-Oriented Architectures. This paper highlights the model-driven tools developed during the SOAMIG project for two case studies: A language migration from a COBOL transactional server to Java web services, and a second study on an architecture(More)
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