Tobias Paul

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In this paper we present a solution for formation flight and formation reconfiguration of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Based on a virtual leader approach, combined with an extended local potential field, the method is universal applicable by driving the vehicle's auto pilot. The solution is verified, using a group of UAVs based on a simplified(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to assess the use of oral antioxidant supplements in patients with late age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and to identify influencing factors that may affect the use of such supplements. METHODS The study included 47 patients with late AMD. Using a questionnaire, the patients were asked for their demographic,(More)
For decades, morphological research on human faces was performed either on the living subject, or by means of 2D photographs. Within the last few years and with the development of new systems we are now able to produce three dimensional models of human faces. The methods and tools for data acquisition, processing, and analysis of 3D shape and form are part(More)
The Middle Paleolithic fossil human teeth from Taddeo cave in southwestern Italy were discovered in 1967, but to date only scanty and partially incorrect information has been published about them. The teeth were recovered in a reddish sandy layer from the cave's floor, which is attributed either to an early phase of Würm I (OIS 5c or 5d) or a transition(More)
This paper reviews several psychological models to explain disturbed food intake: the "psychosomatic theory", the "stimulus-binding theory", the "concept of restraint eating", closely related to the "concept of latent obesity", the "set-point-theory" and the "boundary model". All are based on the assumption that there are biological regulating processes of(More)
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