Over the past decade, a dramatic increase of functionality, quantity, size, and complexity of software-intensive embedded systems in the automotive industry can be observed. In particular, the growing complexity drives current requirements engineering practices to the limits. In close cooperation between partners from industry and academia, the recently… (More)
OBJECTIVE To quantify the risk for bleeding complications after thrombolysis for ischemic stroke in patients on warfarin (international normalized ratio [INR] ≤ 1.7) and to put these data into perspective with previous studies. METHODS A total of 548 consecutive stroke patients receiving IV recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtPA) were… (More)
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OBJECTIVE Prominent fibrinogen cleavage by recombinant tissue plasminogen activator and formation of fibrinogen degradation products with anticoagulant properties was proposed to amplify the risk of thrombolysis-related bleeding complications, but supportive evidence mainly derived from studies on myocardial infarction. METHODS This study included 547… (More)
BACKGROUND Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by motor symptoms, but in which behavioral and cognitive disturbances are also common. Trust, due to its pervasiveness in society, has become a major research topic in several scientific disciplines. However, empirical evidence for trust behavior in neurological patients, and… (More)
Reflex syncope is classified based on the efferent autonomic system as vasodepressant type, cardioinhibitory type and mixed type. We employed quantitative sweat testing to assess differences in sudomotor sympathetic activity in relation to the type of reflex syncope. In cardioinhibitory type sweating started in 7/9 patients after and in vasodepressor type… (More)
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Einleitung Im Entwicklungsprozess von Softwaresystemen und spe-ziell in der Entwicklung softwareintensiver eingebetteter Systeme (siES) kommt dem Requirements Engineering (RE) die Aufgabe zu, die Anforderungen an das zu entwi-ckelnde Systeme zu gewinnen, zu spezifizieren, abzu-stimmen, zu verwalten und die angemessene Umsetzung der Anforderungen verfolgbar… (More)