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Adaptive Traffic Sign Recognition
, 2012
"... This thesis would not have been possible unless my whole family, my parents Helga and Günter Lindner, my sister Antje Lindner and foremost my wife Hella had not pushed me into publishing the results of my work in this thesis. I am grateful to Professor Dr Ott for supporting my wish to write this the ..."
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to thank Dr Lars Krueger for his help with all kinds LaTex problems I encountered during the writing of this thesis and for providing beautiful 3Dgraphics. Furthermore I thank all my colleagues who provided the environment in which the thesis could be written. III
Variants of the Game of Nim that have Inequalities as Conditions.
"... In this article the authors are going to present several combinatorial games that are variants of the game of Nim. They are very different from the traditional game of Nim, since the coordinates of positions of the game satisfy inequalities. These games have very interesting mathematical structures. ..."
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. For example, the lists of Ppositions of some of these variants are subsets of the list of Ppositions of the traditional game of Nim. The authors are sure that they were the first people who treated variants of the game of Nim conditioned by inequalities. Some of these games will produce beautiful 3D
Coupled to Beauty
, 1996
"... By extending the standard gauge group to SU(3)c ×SU(2)L ×U(1)Y ×U(1)X with X charges carried only by the third family we accommodate the LEP measurement of Rb and predict a potentially measurable discrepancy in A b FB in e + e − scattering and that D 0 ¯ D 0 mixing may be near its experimental limit ..."
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By extending the standard gauge group to SU(3)c ×SU(2)L ×U(1)Y ×U(1)X with X charges carried only by the third family we accommodate the LEP measurement of Rb and predict a potentially measurable discrepancy in A b FB in e + e − scattering and that D 0 ¯ D 0 mixing may be near its experimental
The Beauty of Knots
"... Simple knots with just a few crossings can be made into attractive 3D geometric sculptures. Various approaches to achieve such a transformation are discussed and illustrated with examples. Highlighted are two largerscale sculptures based on knots which were assembled in a few hours by participants ..."
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Simple knots with just a few crossings can be made into attractive 3D geometric sculptures. Various approaches to achieve such a transformation are discussed and illustrated with examples. Highlighted are two largerscale sculptures based on knots which were assembled in a few hours
Preasymptotic effects in beauty decays
, 1999
"... Large preasymptotic effects in beauty decays have been found using heavyquark and SU(3) symmetry, as well as experimental data on charmed hyperons. Contrary to rather uniform beautymeson lifetimes, a much larger spread of beautybaryon lifetimes is predicted. However, it is highly unlikely that, t ..."
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Large preasymptotic effects in beauty decays have been found using heavyquark and SU(3) symmetry, as well as experimental data on charmed hyperons. Contrary to rather uniform beautymeson lifetimes, a much larger spread of beautybaryon lifetimes is predicted. However, it is highly unlikely that
Variational theory for the total scalar curvature functional for Riemannian metrics and related topics
 in Topics in Calculus of Variations (Montecatini
, 1987
"... The contents of this paper correspond roughly to that of the author's lecture series given at Montecatini in July 1987. This paper is divided into five sections. In the first we present he EinsteinHilbert variationM problem on the space of Riemannian metrics on a compact closed manifold M. We ..."
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compute the first and secol~d variation and observe the distinction which arises between conformal directions and their orthogonal complements. We discuss variational characterizations of constant curvalure m trics, and give a proof of 0bata's uniqueness theorem. Much of the material in this section
Charm and beauty production at LHC
, 2003
"... the detection of open heavy flavour particles will be described. We define here the present ALICE baseline for what concerns the heavy flavour production cross sections at LHC and the kinematical distributions of the heavy quark pairs. We start by qualitatively assessing the Bjorken x regimes access ..."
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accessible with charm and beauty measurements at LHC with ALICE (Section 1). In Section 2 we report the most recent results (and the uncertainties) of the nexttoleading order (NLO) pQCD calculations for the cross sections in pp collisions at LHC energies. These results are extrapolated to Pb–Pb collisions
Exclusive decays of charm and beauty
"... Exclusive decays of B and D mesons are discussed with the focus on the theoretical problem how to calculate the relevant hadronic matrix elements of weak operators in the framework of QCD sum rules. The three lectures are devoted to 1. leptonic decays and decay constants 2. semileptonic decays and f ..."
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Exclusive decays of B and D mesons are discussed with the focus on the theoretical problem how to calculate the relevant hadronic matrix elements of weak operators in the framework of QCD sum rules. The three lectures are devoted to 1. leptonic decays and decay constants 2. semileptonic decays
Why beautiful people are more intelligent
, 2004
"... Empirical studies demonstrate that individuals perceive physically attractive others to be more intelligent than physically unattractive others. While most researchers dismiss this perception as a ‘‘bias’ ’ or ‘‘stereotype,’ ’ we contend that individuals have this perception because beautiful people ..."
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than lowerstatus men. (3) Intelligence is heritable. (4) Beauty is heritable. If all four assumptions are empirically true, then the conclusion that beautiful people are more intelligent is logically true, making it a proven theorem. We present empirical evidence for each of the four assumptions
Malware in Beautiful Three Dimensional (3D) visual Models Analysis
"... Abstract: As the more number of users are connected to the internet the computer users are targeted by the various potential malwares. The number of malware increasing day by day had become a serious threat. The malware that has irritative and destructive functionality has become wild now days. As e ..."
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. As everyone use internet and downloading is common need for user. Unfortunately, the smart (3D) Three Dimensional visual model images are freely available in the archives of the websites. Some of the specified models which are very much useful for the defense organizations to design their security posts
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