Christian Schutz

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This paper reviews clinical evidence suggesting that antagonism of the N-methyl-D-aspartate subtype of glutamate receptors by ethanol may convey an important component of the ethanol intoxication signal, that is, subjective and objective responses associated with the consumption of a large amount of ethanol. It will then review recent evidence that two(More)
Realistic studies of ion current in biologic channels present a major challenge for computer simulation approaches. All-atom molecular dynamics simulations involve serious time limitations that prevent their use in direct evaluation of ion current in channels with significant barriers. The alternative use of Brownian dynamics (BD) simulations can provide(More)
This paper investigates the recognition performance of a geometric matching approach to the recognition of free-form objects obtained from range images. The heart of this approach is a closest point matching algorithm which, starting from an initial configuration of two rigid objects, iteratively finds their best correspondence. While the effective(More)
This paper investigates a new approach for the recognition of 3D objects of arbitrary shape. The proposed solution follows the principle of model-based recognition using geometric 3D models and geometric matching. It is an alternative to the classical segmentation and primitive extraction approach and provides a perspective to escape some of its(More)
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