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In our daily life we look at many scenes. Some are rapidly forgotten, but others we recognize later. We accurately predicted recognition success with natural scene photographs using single trial magnetoencephalography (MEG) measures of brain activation. Specifically, we demonstrate that MEG responses in the initial 600 ms following the onset of scene(More)
It is crucial to understand what brain signals can be decoded from single trials with different recording techniques for the development of Brain-Machine Interfaces. A specific challenge for non-invasive recording methods are activations confined to small spatial areas on the cortex such as the finger representation of one hand. Here we study the(More)
  • Gero Schollmeier, Joachim Charzinski, Andreas Kirstädter, Christoph Reichert, Karl J Schrodi, Yuri Glickman +1 other
  • 2003
— Quality of Service issues of IP networks are mostly related to guaranteeing bandwidth for flows. However, many interactive real-time applications also require this bandwidth in an uninterrupted fashion. This paper describes how multi-path routing and local failure reaction can be employed to provide uninterrupted QoS to applications. We show how(More)
— Context information makes applications and networks aware of their situation. A scalable and distributed architecture consisting of context sources, context processors, and context sinks as basic components is proposed, together with an outline of a client-server protocol between these components. Two important functions of this architecture are context(More)
Making network-centric context information available to hosts, network nodes and users allows them to make more meaningful decisions to accomplishing a self-organising behaviour. Instead of implicitly offering services as today we suggest a shift towards explicitly expressing context information that can be used with user context information to allow(More)
BACKGROUND Different types of bioabsorbable and nonresorbable membranes have been widely used for guided tissue regeneration (GTR) with its ultimate goal of regenerating lost periodontal structures. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the biological effects of various bioabsorbable and nonresorbable membranes in cultures of primary human(More)