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Sensor Fusion in Time-Triggered Systems
We present a time-triggered approach for real-time sensor fusion applications that partitions the system into three levels: First, a transducer level contains the sensors and the actuators. Expand
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Towards a Heterogeneous Modular Robotic Team in a Logistics Chain for Extended Extraterrestrial Exploration
Future extraterrestrial exploration missions ask for robotic systems able to handle tasks with increasing complexity. A reference mission within Amundsen crater near the lunar south pole forExpand
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Unanimous Jury Voting with an Ambiguous Likelihood *
We study collective decision-making in a voting game with an ambiguous likelihood and ambiguity-averse voters who are MaxMin Expected Utility maximizers. We demonstrate that there are instances when,Expand
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Structural and Mechanistic Insights into Fast Lithium-Ion Conduction in Li 4 SiO 4 − Li 3 PO 4 Solid Electrolytes
Solid electrolytes that are chemically stable and have a high ionic conductivity would dramatically enhance the safety and operating lifespan of rechargeable lithium batteries. Here, we apply aExpand
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Identification and Validation of Reaction Coordinates describing Protein Functional Motion : Hierarchical Dynamics of T 4 Lysozyme
While adequately chosen reaction coordinates are expected to reveal the mechanism of a dynamical process, it proves to be notoriously difficult to model the complex structural rearrangements of aExpand
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Discovery of the First in Vivo Active Inhibitors of the Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase Phosphatase Domain
The emerging pharmacological target soluble epoxide hydrolase (sEH) is a bifunctional enzyme exhibiting two different catalytic activities that are located in two distinct domains. Although theExpand
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Adding Experimental Arms to Ongoing Clinical Trials
Multi-arm clinical trials use a single control arm to evaluate multiple experimental treatments. In most cases this feature makes multi-arm studies considerably more efficient than two-arm studiesExpand
Tilburg University The miracle as a randomization device
Article history: In this paper we examine t Received 5 February 2008 Received in revised form 3 November 2008 Accepted 6 November 2008 Available online 12 November 2008