Wolfram Krause

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As a representative of a complex technological system, so-called wireless multihop ad hoc communication networks are discussed. They represent an infrastructure-less generalization of todays wireless cellular phone networks. Lacking a central control authority, the ad hoc nodes have to coordinate themselves such that the overall network performs in an(More)
Inspired by the Statistical Physics of complex networks, wireless multihop ad hoc communication networks are considered in abstracted form. Since such engineered networks are able to modify their structure via topology control, we search for optimized network structures, which maximize the end-to-end throughput performance. A modified version of betweenness(More)
Load balancing in electricity grids becomes a more sophisticated problem by the increased availability of time-varying stochastic availability of electricity from renewable resources. Demand side management by load shifting is one attempt to cope with this problem. In this paper we discus and compare two control strategies to use the thermal storage of(More)
Hypoxia causes arousal. Therefore, we hypothesized that hypoxia activates the human somatomotor system and should augment tremor. We determined the effects of hypoxia, PET(O2) = 45+/-2.2 mm Hg, hypocapnia, and the hypocapnic-hypoxic interaction on finger tremor during elastic loading. A total of 12 healthy male volunteers were studied during five(More)
We used the imidazole-binding agent, diethylpyrocarbonate (DEPC), to test the hypothesis that rhythmic respiratory activity of the in vitro neonatal rat brainstem-spinal cord preparation was functionally dependent on imidazole. Neural activity was recorded from spinal nerves (C1-C4) during superfusion with 95%O2/5%CO2 buffer at pH 7.3 and T = 26 degrees C.(More)
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