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The eukaryotic linear motif (ELM http://elm.eu.org) resource is a hub for collecting, classifying and curating information about short linear motifs (SLiMs). For >10 years, this resource has provided the scientific community with a freely accessible guide to the biology and function of linear motifs. The current version of ELM contains ∼200 different motif(More)
  • Daniel Krüger, Ingo Van Lil, Niko Sünderhauf, Robert Baumgartl, Peter Protzel
  • 2006
Controlling and coordinating a heterogeneous and autonomous multi-robot system is still a challenging task. To reduce the required implementation effort, the middleware concept has been introduced recently. This software layer defines unified interfaces and communication services according to the individual robot capabilities. We were faced with the problem(More)
Visual stimuli (primes) that are made invisible by masking can affect motor responses to a subsequent target stimulus. When a prime is followed by a mask which is followed by a target stimulus, an inverse priming effect (or negative compatibility effect) has been found: Responses are slow and frequently incorrect when prime and target stimuli are congruent,(More)
Visual stimuli that are made invisible by a following mask can nonetheless affect motor responses. To localize the origin of these target priming effects we used the psychological refractory period paradigm. Participants classified tones as high or low, and responded to the position of a visual target that was preceded by a prime. The stimulus onset(More)
The peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerase Pin1 acts as a molecular timer in proline-directed Ser/Thr kinase signaling and shapes cellular responses based on recognition of phosphorylation marks and implementing conformational changes in its substrates. Accordingly, Pin1 has been linked to numerous phosphorylation-controlled signaling pathways and cellular(More)
Apart from positive priming effects, masked prime stimuli can impair responses to a subsequent target stimulus which shares response-critical features in contrast to a target assigned to the opposite response. This counterintuitive phenomenon is called inverse priming (or negative compatibility effect). Here we examine the generality of this phenomenon(More)
The inverse priming paradigm can be considered one example which demonstrates the operation of control processes in the absence of conscious experience of the inducing stimuli. Inverse priming is generated by a prime that is followed by a mask and a subsequent imperative target stimulus. With "relevant" masks that are composed of the superposition of both(More)
Mobile autonomous robotics in outdoor areas is a challenging task. This domain combines many fields like computer science and electrical engineering. This diploma thesis will show how Miro (Middleware for Robots) has been ported to a new mobile robot platform developed at the Institute for Automation at Chemnitz University of Technology. Additionally,(More)
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