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—This paper advocates the use of random linear network coding for storage in distributed clouds in order to reduce storage and traffic costs in dynamic settings, i.e. when adding and removing numerous storage devices/clouds on–the– fly and when the number of reachable clouds is limited. We introduce various network coding approaches that trade–off(More)
The first overall clinical description of envenomings by the lowland populations of the Balkan adder (Vipera berus bosniensis) is provided by this study. Fifty-four incidents have been collected retrospectively from the south-western Hungarian and the northern Croatian distribution area of the taxon. There were five (9%) asymptomatic, 24 (44%) mild, 12(More)
We would like to thank William G. Christie for useful comments. We thank Jing Zhang for providing excellent research assistance. Second author is grateful to the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) for providing research scholar grant for this project. The financial support provided by BUTE and the Opus College of Business at University(More)
BACKGROUND Treatment and protection of wounds in horses can be challenging; protecting bandages may be difficult to apply on the proximal extremities and the body. Unprotected wounds carry an increased risk of bacterial contamination and subsequent infection which can lead to delayed wound healing. Topical treatment with antimicrobials is one possibility to(More)
1 A) Publications with peer review process (Publications marked with * are chapters in book/ contributions to books; not marked publications are published in academic journals) 2012 [*2.] Az újraelosztás iránti kereslet Magyarországon és nemzetközi összehasonlításban [Redistributive Claims in Hungary in European comparison]. In.: Muraközy László (ed.):(More)
Shallow seismic reflection marine profiles were collected in the area of Balaton Lake in Hungary using high frequency boomer techniques, in order to get information about the stratigraphy of the sedimentary layers. The noise in these shallow marine seismic reflection data is analyzed, and a series of traditional seismic data processing techniques is applied(More)
Tail autotomy in lizards is an adaptive strategy that has evolved to reduce the risk of predation. Since tail loss reduces body mass and moving ability-which in turn are expected to influence thermal balance-there is potential for a trade-off between tail autotomy and thermoregulation. To test this hypothesis, we studied a common lizard (Zootoca vivipara)(More)
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