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China in Denmark the transmission of Chinese art and architecture from the view of Jørn Utzon’s Danish socio-cultural background
(SINTEF Academic Press, 2017)
Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s lifetime obsession with Chinese art and architecture is well known. However, why Utzon was interested in China and how he perceived Chinese art and architecture were not clearly explained ...
Autonomous navigation of robotic units in mobile sensor network
This work is motivated by the problem of detecting buried anti-tank and anti-personnel mines in roads or some border regions. The problem is tried to be solved by use of small mobile robotic sensors and their some abilities ...
Synthesis of fluorescent core-shell nanomaterials and strategies to generate white light
(American Institute of Physics Inc., 2015)
In this work, cadmium free core-shell ZnS:X/ZnS (X-=-Mn, Cu) nanoparticles have been synthesized and used for white light generation. First, the doping concentration of Manganese (Mn) was varied from 1% to 4% to optimize ...
Monodromy groups of real Enriques surfaces
We compute the monodromy groups of real Enriques surfaces of hyperbolic type. The principal tools are the deformation classification of such surfaces and a modified version of Donaldson's trick, relating real Enriques ...
Simultaneous growth of self-patterned carbon nanotube forests with dual height scales
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
In this study, we report on a unique, one-step fabrication technique enabling the simultaneous synthesis of vertically aligned multi-walled carbon nanotubes (VA-MWCNTs) with dual height scales through alcohol catalyzed ...
Synthesis of ultra-small Si / Ge semiconductor nano-particles using electrochemistry
In this paper, we describe the formation of colloidal Si/Ge semiconductor nano-particles by electrochemical etching of Ge quantum dots (GEDOT), Silicon-Germanium graded layers (GRADE) and Silicon-Germanium multi-quantum ...
Glint: audiovisual glitches
(M I T Press, 2012)
This paper explores the idea of glitch through an audiovisual project called Glint and how the concept of glitch can be marked as a manifestation of digital culture. © 2012 ISAST.
Representation of optical fields using finite numbers of bits
(Optical Society of America, 2012-06-04)
We consider the problem of representation of a finite-energy optical field, with a finite number of bits. The optical field is represented with a finite number of uniformly spaced finite-accuracy samples (there is a finite ...
Transform pre-processing for neural networks for object recognition and localization with sonar
We investigate the pre-processing of sonar signals prior to using neural networks for robust differentiation of commonly encountered features in indoor environments. Amplitude and time-of-flight measurement patterns acquired ...
The status of graphical presentation in interior/architectural design education
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2004-05)
This article argues that interior/architectural design education favours a dominance of final presentation over the design process in the studio environment, particularly in the evaluation of a project. It suggests that ...