Erscheinungsjahr 2019

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Bach, Norbert; Galvin, Peter;
A third dimension in the mirror? How senior managers design products and organizations. - In: Strategic change, ISSN 1099-1697, Bd. 29 (2020), 1, S. 25-33
Janke, Mario; Kuschke, Tobias; Mäder, Patrick;
A definition-by-example approach and visual language for activity patterns in engineering disciplines. - In: PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, Bd. 15 (2020), 1, e0226877, insges. 28 S.
Sauerteig, Philipp; Worthmann, Karl;
Towards multiobjective optimization and control of smart grids. - In: Optimal control, applications and methods, ISSN 1099-1514, Bd. 41 (2020), 1, S. 128-145
Zeidis, Igor; Zimmermann, Klaus;
Dynamics of a four-wheeled mobile robot with Mecanum wheels. - In: ZAMM, ISSN 1521-4001, Volume 99 (2019), issue 12, e201900173, 22 Seiten
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Dupleich, Diego; Müller, Robert; Landmann, Markus; Shinwasusin, Ek-Amorn; Saito, Kentaro; Takada, Jun-ichi; Luo, Jian; Thomä, Reiner; Del Galdo, Giovanni;
Multi-band propagation and radio channel characterization in street canyon scenarios for 5G and beyond. - In: IEEE access, ISSN 2169-3536, Bd. 7 (2019), S. 160385-160396
Freitag, Stefanie; Hunold, Alexander; Klemm, Matthias; Klee, Sascha; Link, Dietmar; Nagel, Edgar; Haueisen, Jens;
Pulsed electrical stimulation of the human eye enhances retinal vessel reaction to flickering light. - In: Frontiers in human neuroscience, ISSN 1662-5161, Bd. 13 (2019), 371, insges. 11 S.
Machts, René; Hunold, Alexander; Drebenstedt, Christian; Rock, Michael; Leu, Carsten; Haueisen, Jens;
Measurement and analysis of partial lightning currents in a head phantom. - In: PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, Bd. 14 (2019), 9, e0223133, insges. 22 S.
Köhler, Michael; Kluitmann, Jonas; Knauer, Andrea;
Metal nano networks by potential-controlled in situ assembling of gold/silver nanoparticles. - In: ChemistryOpen, ISSN 2191-1363, Bd. 8 (2019), 12, S. 1369-1374
Scharff, Moritz; Schorr, Philipp; Becker, Tatiana; Resagk, Christian; Alencastre Miranda, Jorge H.; Behn, Carsten;
An artificial vibrissa-like sensor for detection of flows. - In: Sensors, ISSN 1424-8220, Bd. 19 (2019), 18, 3892, insges. 16 S.

In nature, there are several examples of sophisticated sensory systems to sense flows, e.g., the vibrissae of mammals. Seals can detect the flow of their prey, and rats are able to perceive the flow of surrounding air. The vibrissae are arranged around muzzle of an animal. A vibrissa consists of two major components: a shaft (infector) and a follicle-sinus complex (receptor), whereby the base of the shaft is supported by the follicle-sinus complex. The vibrissa shaft collects and transmits stimuli, e.g., flows, while the follicle-sinus complex transduces them for further processing. Beside detecting flows, the animals can also recognize the size of an object or determine the surface texture. Here, the combination of these functionalities in a single sensory system serves as paragon for artificial tactile sensors. The detection of flows becomes important regarding the measurement of flow characteristics, e.g., velocity, as well as the influence of the sensor during the scanning of objects. These aspects are closely related to each other, but, how can the characteristics of flow be represented by the signals at the base of a vibrissa shaft or by an artificial vibrissa-like sensor respectively? In this work, the structure of a natural vibrissa shaft is simplified to a slender, cylindrical/tapered elastic beam. The model is analyzed in simulation and experiment in order to identify the necessary observables to evaluate flows based on the quasi-static large deflection of the sensor shaft inside a steady, non-uniform, laminar, in-compressible flow.
Kirchhoff, Michael; Kerling, Philipp; Streitferdt, Detlef; Fengler, Wolfgang;
A real-time capable dynamic partial reconfiguration system for an application-specific soft-core processor. - In: International journal of reconfigurable computing, ISSN 1687-7209, Volume 2019, article ID 4723838, 14 pages