Norbert Th. Müller

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Abstract: The iRRAM is a very efficient C++ package for errorfree real arithmetic based on the concept of a Real-RAM. Its capabilities range from ordinary arithmetic over trigonometric functions to linear algebra even with sparse matrices. We discuss the concepts and some highlights of the implementation.
Traditional design of numerical software with result verification is based on the assumption that we know the algorithm that transforms input into the output , and we know the intervals of possible values of the inputs. Many real-life problems go beyond this paradigm. In some cases, we do not have an algorithm , we only know some relation (constraints)(More)
Three bacterial strains were isolated, which used the synthetic chelating agent iminodisuccinate (IDS) as sole carbon source for growth in mineral salts media (MSM). Taxonomic analysis and 16S rDNA sequence analysis identified one of these isolates (B3), which was isolated from sewage sludge, as a strain of Achromobacter xylosoxidans subsp. xylosoxidans. It(More)
Recent studies of germination in natural habitats, of genetic variation within populations and of the relative proportion of vegetative and sexual reproduction in the clonal plant speciesAnemone nemorosa suggest that sexual recruitment by seeds from outcrossed flowers is important for the maintenance of this species' populations. Because published reports(More)
Nano-electrospray-ionization mass spectrometry (nano-ESI-MS) is employed here to describe equilibrium protein conformational transitions and to analyze the influence of instrumental settings, pH, and solvent surface tension on the charge-state distributions (CSD). A first set of experiments shows that high flow rates of N(2) as curtain gas can induce(More)
The synthesis of (discrete) Complexity Theorywith Recursive Analysis provides a quantitative algorithmic foundation to calculations over real numbers, sequences, and functions by approximation up to prescribable absolute error 1/2n (roughly corresponding to n binary digits after the radix point). In this sense Friedman and Ko have shown the seemingly simple(More)
NMR spectra of (23)Na(+) and (133)Cs(+) in gelatine in a silicone rubber tube that was stretched to various extents showed remarkably reproducible resonance multiplicity. The relative intensities of the components of the split peaks had ratios, 3:4:3, and 7:12:15:16:15:12:7, respectively, that conformed with those predicted using a Mathematica program. The(More)