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Bielefeld, Bert: BasicsArchitekturdarstellung
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Erscheinungsdatum: 26.05.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: BasicsArchitekturdarstellung, Autor: Bielefeld, Bert // Skiba, Isabella // Afflerbach, Florian // Heinrich, Michael // Krebs, Jan // Schilling, Alexander, Redaktion: Bielefeld, Bert, Verlag: Birkhäuser Verlag GmbH // Birkh„user GmbH, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Architekturzeichnung // Technisches Zeichnen // Architekturzeichnen // Zeichnen // technisch // Architektur // Baukunst // Bau // Entwurf // ARCHITECTURE // Design // Drafting // Drawing & Presentation // Architektur: berufliche Praxis, Rubrik: Architektur, Seiten: 408, Abbildungen: 281 Schwarz-Weiß- und 122 farbige Abbildungen, Reihe: BASICS-B - Basics, Gewicht: 857 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Architektur planen
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Erscheinungsdatum: 20.06.2016, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Architektur planen, Titelzusatz: Dimensionen, Räume, Typologien, Übersetzungstitel: Architectural Planning: Dimensions, Spaces, Typologies, Redaktion: Bielefeld, Bert, Verlag: Birkhäuser Verlag GmbH // Birkh„user GmbH, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Architektur // Baukunst // Bau // Entwurf // ARCHITECTURE // Design // Drafting // Drawing & Presentation // für die Hochschulausbildung // Architektur: berufliche Praxis, Rubrik: Architektur, Seiten: 568, Abbildungen: 1200 Schwarz-Weiß- Abbildungen, Gewicht: 2910 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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E-Commerce. Critical Risk Factors and Key Facto...
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Project Report from the year 2012 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, grade: GPA 3.4 (1,7), University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this project paper is to summarize the "key factors for success in e-commerce" for anyone who thinks of stepping into the online-business branch. This can be used as a guideline to save time, verify the usefulness and/or the attainability of the desired results.Since the first appearance of the Internet to the public mass in the early 1990s, many enterprises and entrepreneurs tried to use this technology for the advantage of their own business. What was seen as a revolutionary step in business management is now a daily part of managing a business. The use of the Internet has grown significantly in a short period of time, to be more specific in numbers, the number of users from 1995 till 2011 has grown approximately from 16 million to 2.251 million users and is still growing. That is a significant growth of 14068.75%.Since then the web presentation has evolved from a simple text into a much more complex information tool. Users of the Internet are now able to communicate, interact and share information with each other. This development has opened up many opportunities for entrepreneurs. To name a few advantages: gaining new customers, generating contacts, introducing your brand and products and of course increasing your revenue and profit has become fairly easy.This kind of practice could also be defined under the term "electronic commerce" also known as e-commerce and e-comm. To define it more correctly, the term e-commerce is the buying and selling of products, services and information over electronic systems such as the Internet.Even though this very useful information tool is available to us, the Internet doesn't always mean success and profit gains. On the contrary, introducing your company brand, services and or products in an improper and unprofessional way could lead to reputation loss, which also can lead to revenue and profit loss. Sometimes it can even lead into losing your most loyal customers. Furthermore the rivalry between businesses on the Internet is so immense that if your brand is not introduced correctly, visitors may prefer your rivals. Just to name a few bad e-commerce examples: citydeli.com, rzent.co.nr, arngren.net, and lingscars.com.

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Computer Vision Systems
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In the past few years, with the advances in microelectronics and digital te- nology, cameras became a widespread media. This, along with the enduring increase in computing power boosted the development of computer vision s- tems. The International Conference on Computer Vision Systems (ICVS) covers the advances in this area. This is to say that ICVS is not and should not be yet another computer vision conference. The ?eld of computer vision is fully covered by many well-established and famous conferences and ICVS di?ers from these by covering the systems point of view. ICVS 2008 was the 6th International Conference dedicated to advanced research on computer vision systems. The conference, continuing a series of successful events in Las Palmas, Vancouver, Graz, New York and Bielefeld, in 2008 was held on Santorini. In all, 128 papers entered the review process and each was reviewed by three independent reviewers using the double-blind review method. Of these, 53 - pers were accepted (23 as oral and 30 as poster presentation). There were also two invited talks by P. Anandan and by Heinrich H. Bultho ¨ ?. The presented papers cover all aspects of computer vision systems, namely: cognitive vision, monitor and surveillance, computer vision architectures, calibration and reg- tration, object recognition and tracking, learning, human—machine interaction and cross-modal systems.

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High Performance Computing in Science and Engin...
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Prof. Dr. Egon Krause Aerodynamisches Institut RWTH Aachen Wullnerstr. zw. 5 u. 7, D-52062 Aachen Jager Prof. Dr. Willi Interdiszipliniires Zentrum fur Wissenschaftliches Rechnen Universitiit Heidelberg 1m Neuenheimer Feld 368, D-69120 Heidelberg The Fifth Results and Review Workshop on High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering was held at the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) September 30th - October 1st, 2002. 40 projects processed at the HLRS and at the Scientific Supercomputing Center Karl sruhe (SSC) were selected for presentation at the workshop and, after an internal review, prepared for publication in this fifth volume of the trans actions of the HLRS. The results reported were obtained during the time after the last workshop in October 2001. The projects were initiated at the universities in Aachen, Bayreuth, Belfast, Berlin, Bielefeld, Braunschweig, Cottbus, Darmstadt, Erlangen-Nurnberg, Essen, Freiburg, Gottingen, Greif swald, Halle-Wittenberg, Hamburg-Harburg, Heidelberg, Hohenheim, J ena, Karlsruhe, Kiel, Konstanz, Mainz, Marburg, Montpellier, Munchen, Munster, Rome, the Saarland, Salzburg, Stuttgart, Tubingen, Ulm, Worcester, Wurz burg, and Zurich. Several projects are carried out in cooperation with insti tutes of the Max Planck Society in Stuttgart, the German Research Center of Aero- and Astronautics in Braunschweig and Stuttgart, the Geo-Research Center in Potsdam, the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Alfred-Wegener Institute of Polar and Maritime Research, and the Research Center Karlsruhe.

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Infinite Length Modules
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This volume presents the invited lectures of a conference devoted to Infinite Length Modules, held at Bielefeld, September 7-11, 1998. Some additional surveys have been included in order to establish a unified picture. The scientific organization of the conference was in the hands of K. Brown (Glasgow), P. M. Cohn (London), I. Reiten (Trondheim) and C. M. Ringel (Bielefeld). The conference was concerned with the role played by modules of infinite length when dealing with problems in the representation theory of algebras. The investi gation of such modules always relies on information concerning modules of finite length, for example simple modules and their possible extensions. But the converse is also true: recent developments in representation theory indicate that a full un derstanding of the category of finite dimensional modules, even over a finite dimen sional algebra, requires consideration of infinite dimensional, thus infinite length, modules. For instance, the important notion of tameness uses one-parameter fami lies of modules, or, alternatively, generic modules and they are of infinite length. If one tries to exhibit a presentation of a module category, it turns out to be essential to take into account the indecomposable modules which are algebraically compact, or, equivalently, pure injective. Specific methods have been developed over the last few years dealing with such special situations as group algebras of finite groups or noetherian rings, and there are surprising relations to topology and geometry. The conference outlined the present state of the art.

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Infinite Length Modules
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This volume presents the invited lectures of a conference devoted to Infinite Length Modules, held at Bielefeld, September 7-11, 1998. Some additional surveys have been included in order to establish a unified picture. The scientific organization of the conference was in the hands of K. Brown (Glasgow), P. M. Cohn (London), I. Reiten (Trondheim) and C. M. Ringel (Bielefeld). The conference was concerned with the role played by modules of infinite length when dealing with problems in the representation theory of algebras. The investi gation of such modules always relies on information concerning modules of finite length, for example simple modules and their possible extensions. But the converse is also true: recent developments in representation theory indicate that a full un derstanding of the category of finite dimensional modules, even over a finite dimen sional algebra, requires consideration of infinite dimensional, thus infinite length, modules. For instance, the important notion of tameness uses one-parameter fami lies of modules, or, alternatively, generic modules and they are of infinite length. If one tries to exhibit a presentation of a module category, it turns out to be essential to take into account the indecomposable modules which are algebraically compact, or, equivalently, pure injective. Specific methods have been developed over the last few years dealing with such special situations as group algebras of finite groups or noetherian rings, and there are surprising relations to topology and geometry. The conference outlined the present state of the art.

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