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A typical diffraction experiment will generate many images and data sets from different crystals in a very short time. This creates a challenge for the high-throughput operation of modern synchrotron beamlines as well as for the subsequent data processing. Novice users in particular may feel overwhelmed by the tables, plots and numbers that the different(More)
Maximum-likelihood X-ray macromolecular structure refinement in BUSTER has been extended with restraints facilitating the exploitation of structural similarity. The similarity can be between two or more chains within the structure being refined, thus favouring NCS, or to a distinct 'target' structure that remains fixed during refinement. The local(More)
The consistent end-to-end simulation of airborne and spaceborne earth remote sensing systems is an important task and sometimes the only way for the adaptation and optimization of a sensor and its observation conditions, the choice and test of algorithms for data processing, error estimation and the evaluation of the capabilities of the whole sensor system.(More)
Participatory Geographic Information and Multimedia Systems (PGIMSs) were developed and used by two rural communities in Indonesia. This paper reports on the empowerment impacts that resulted from this development project. Empowerment related to PGIMS is examined using a two-dimensional analytical framework that explores the phenomenon at two social scales(More)
Large and quickly growing SAP systems? The need to test and validate in-house developments? The challenge to scramble sensitive data? Multiple parallel IT projects? Demand to simulate new business scenarios? Interfaces need to be changed or closed Users need to be set up or changed Authorizations need to be adjusted Saved objects need to be copied back(More)
Geographic information literacy (GIL) is defined as the possession of concepts, abilities and habits of mind that allow an individual to understand and use geographic information properly. This paper reports the results of an online survey undertaken to get expert input into specifying the concepts and abilities associated with GIL that should be in the(More)
Land valuation has traditionally concentrated on land-use activities that have direct revenue potential, and can therefore be measured in monetary terms. Examples include the value of land for agriculture, forestry, or mining. Efforts to negotiate First Nation treaties and associated land-claim settlements have identified the need for method-ologies to(More)