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The university course timetabling problem deals with the task of scheduling lectures of a set of university courses into a given number of rooms and time periods, taking into account various hard and soft constraints. The goal of the International Timetabling Competitions ITC2002 and ITC2007 was to establish models for comparison that cover the most(More)
Energy consumption of personal transportation is not only a question of real-time “smart solutions” (e.g. smart parking), but also an important topic for smart governance on the regional scale. Modelling the transport energy consumption and resilience of alternative spatial development scenarios can play an important role in planning and(More)
  • K. Maier
  • Medical progress through technology
  • 1976
Analogue transmission of biomedical signals over the public telephone network has advantages from the economic point of view over digitalized transmission. This paper deals with the special problems encountered with the transmission of biomedical signals. Furthermore, the new international transmission standard C.C.I.T.T. recommendation V. 16 is introduced.(More)
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