Frank Schulze

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—This extended abstract covers the setup of our demonstration, giving a practical view on our research and development activities in the field of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication or machine type communication (MTC). M2M communication is a paradigm in which end-to-end communication is executed without human intervention connecting non-IT objects to an(More)
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The correct designing of today's logistic systems has become an increasingly cumbersome process, especially due to their growing sizes and heterogeneities. While simulation methods provide a means to validate the functional behavior of logistic systems, formal methods allow for proving that the system completely fulfills its specification. This paper(More)
Many intralogistics systems expose autocorrelated arrival processes with significant influence on the systems' performance. Unfortunately there are no control strategies available which take this into account. Instead standard strategies like First Come First Served are applied which lead to systems tending to exhibit long queues and high volatility, even(More)
Fens and their associated bird species assemblages have undergone dramatic declines in recent decades. Given that many remaining or restored fens are currently lying fallow, an important question is which management regime, if any, is most effective in preserving fen-typical species. Against this background, we here investigate the effects of five(More)
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication is a paradigm in which end-to-end communication is executed without human intervention. The demonstration setup described in this extended abstract shall give a practical view on our research and development activities in the field of M2M and machine type communication (MTC).