Short-term memory (STM), or the ability to hold verbal information in mind for a few seconds, is known to rely on the integrity of a frontoparietal network of areas. Here, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging to ask whether a similar network is engaged when verbal information is conveyed through a visuospatial language, American Sign Language,… (More)
History, goals and problems for Component-based Software Engineering (CBSE) are described. Different available approaches are described and compared to handle change management on CBSE. Based on the approach of " automatically find applied refactorings between two versions of a component " new possible fields of application are given.
A model to describe the arising of new structures in an initial homogeneous biological system is proposed. The essay is motivated by the intention to work on a non-equilibrium situation grouping together several mechanisms and processes as: catalytic reactions on a surface, diffusion, stimulated migration and selective heterogeneous reaction. A model for… (More)