Michael Wiedenbeck

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We introduce and study a calculus for real-valued square matrices, called partial inversion, and an associated calculus for binary square matrices. The first, applied to systems of recursive linear equations, generates new sets of parameters for different types of statistical joint response models. The corresponding generating graphs are directed and(More)
Changes between different sets of parameters are often needed in multivariate statistical modeling, such as transformations within linear regression or in exponential models. There may, for instance, be specific inference questions based on subject matter interpretations, alternative well-fitting constrained models, compatibility judgements of seemingly(More)
We describe a novel mass filtering concept based on the acceleration of a pulsed ion beam through a stack of electrostatic plates. A precisely controlled traveling wave generated within such an ion guide will induce a mass-selective ion acceleration, with mass separation ultimately accomplished via a simple energy-filtering system. Crucial for successful(More)
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