Tobias Mueller

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We propose a method to recognize the traffic scene in front of a moving vehicle with respect to the road topology and the existence of objects. To this end, we use a two-stage system, where the first stage abstracts from the underlying image by means of a rough super-pixel segmentation of the scene. In a second stage, this meta representation is then used(More)
The current generation of client-side Cross-Site Scripting filters rely on string comparison to detect request values that are reflected in the corresponding response’s HTML. This coarse approximation of occurring data flows is incapable of reliably stopping attacks which leverage nontrivial injection contexts. To demonstrate this, we conduct a thorough(More)
Network organizations and inter-organizational systems (IOS) have recently been the subjects of extensive research and practice. Various papers discuss technical issues as well as several complex business considerations and cultural issues. However, one interesting aspect of this context has only received adequate coverage so far, namely the ability of(More)
During the study week 2011 we worked on the question of how to automate certain aspects of the design of analog chips. Here we focused on the task of connecting different blocks with electrical wiring, which is particularly tedious to do by hand. For digital chips there is a wealth of research available for this, as in this situation the amount blocks makes(More)
In traffic telematic systems (route guidance, fleet management etc.) vehicle-side terminals are required for the quasi-simultaneous reception of cellular phone (GSM) and satellite navigation (GPS). A conventional approach uses two complete receivers for these two tasks. We describe a costsaving solution for a combined receiver which relies on the TDM(More)
Learning curves in health are of interest for a wide range of medical disciplines, healthcare providers, and policy makers. In this paper, we distinguish between three types of learning when identifying overall learning curves: economies of scale, learning from cumulative experience, and human capital depreciation. In addition, we approach the question of(More)
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