Olaf Kandel

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BACKGROUND The hepatopulmonary syndrome (HPS) is defined as the triad of liver disease, arterial deoxygenation, and pulmonary vascular dilatation. The reported prevalence of HPS in cirrhotic patients varies between 4% and 19%, and various threshold values defining arterial deoxygenation have been used and recommended previously. However, it is not known how(More)
The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) may introduce misleading routing information into the routing table, due to network topology changes such as link or router failures. This is known as the counting to infinity problem. In the past, the distance metric had to be below 16 hops, in order to keep this counting within reasonable limits. In this paper a more(More)
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