Andreas Klug

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A class of new affine-scaling interior-point Newton-type methods are considered for the solution of optimization problems with bound constraints. The methods are shown to be locally quadratically convergent under the strong second order sufficiency condition without assuming strict complementarity of the solution. The new methods differ from previous ones(More)
This paper presents analytical models to dimension the transport bandwidths for the S1 interface in the Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network. In this paper, we consider two major traffic types: elastic traffic and real time traffic. For each type of traffic, individual dimensioning models are proposed. For validating these analytical dimensioning models, a(More)
An ion-sensitive electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistor for selective and reversible detection of sodium (Na(+) ) down to 10(-6) M is presented. The inherent low voltage - high current operation of these transistors in combination with a state-of-the-art ion-selective membrane proves to be a novel, versatile modular sensor platform.
An algorithm for the solution of a semismooth system of equations with box constraints is described. The method is an affine-scaling trust-region method. All iterates generated by this method are strictly feasible. In this way, possible domain violations outside or on the boundary of the box are avoided. The method is shown to have strong global and local(More)
The development of simple gas sensing concepts is still of great interest for science and technology. The demands on an ideal device would be a single-step fabrication method providing a device which is sensitive, analyte-selective, quantitative, and reversible without special operating/reformation conditions such as high temperatures or special(More)
This paper proposes efficient analytical models to dimension the required transport bandwidths for the Long Term Evolution (LTE) access network for the elastic Internet traffic (which is carried by the TCP protocol). The dimensioning models are based on the use of Processor Sharing queuing theory to guarantee a desired end-to-end application QoS target. For(More)
This paper proposes an analytical model for dimensioning transport bandwidths in the Long Term Evolution (LTE) access network. In this work the criterion for dimensioning is the transport network delay QoS (at the packet level). The presented analytical model takes into considerations the key features of the LTE radio interface and the use of Differentiated(More)
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