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tm – Technisches Messen 2014; 81(2): 62–69 | DOI 10.1515/teme-2014-1014 Beiträge Johannes Baumer* und Mikhail Shamonin Abstandsensorsystem basierend auf dem Prinzip der optischen Reflektion für Anwendungen im Bereich Weiẞe Ware: Intensitätsreferenzierung und Linearisierung des Ausgnagssignals Optical-reflection-based distance sensor system for white-goods applications: intensity referencing and response linearization Zusammenfassung: Ein auf optischer Reflektion basieren- des Abstandssensorsystem für die „WeiẞeWare“ wird hier vorgestellt. Die technische

designed for patients’ self-monitoring of glycemia was carried out. Methods: Glucose concentrations were measured in 118 EDTA blood samples using the Xido glucose meter and the GOD/PAP method on a Modular P clin- ical analyzer. The results obtained were used for the assessment of accuracy, precision and linearity. Per- formance of the Xido glucose meter was also assessed using four different reagent strip lots, and the between-lot variation was calculated. Results: The within-run imprecision coefficient of variation (CV) amounted to 4.2%. Good response linearity was

. : Generalized Wiener System Identification: General Backlash Nonlinearity and Finite Impulse Response Linear Part, Int. Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing 28 (2014), 1174–1188. REYLAND J. BAI E. W. Generalized Wiener System Identification: General Backlash Nonlinearity and Finite Impulse Response Linear Part Int. Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing 28 2014 1174 1188 [26] VÖRÖS, J. : Parametric Identification of Systems with General Backlash, Informatica 23 (2012), 283–298. VÖRÖS J. Parametric Identification of Systems with General Backlash

- cessing. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1986, Chapter 4. [16] Wu, P.; Schaumann, R.: Design Considerations for Fully-Differential CMOS and GaAs OTAs: Frequency Response, Linearity, and Inning. J. of Analog Inte- grated Circuits and Signal Processing, Kluwer Academic Publisher, vol. 1, no. 3 (Nov. 1991), pp. 247-268. [17] Sansen, W.; Steyaert, M.; Vandeloo, P.: Measurement of Operational Ampli- fier Characteristics in the Frequency Domain. DZEE trans. lustrum. Meas^ vol. IM-34 (March 1985), pp. 59-64. [18] Chiang, D. H.; Schaumann, R.: A CMOS Folly

where the potential is expanded in plane waves. The full potential regime pro- vides the best accuracy at the price of increasing computa- tional time. Finally, LMTART can be run in a special tight-binding regime by supplying hopping integrals be- tween various orbitals. Two extensions of LMTART are available as separate programs. One is a full-potential linear-response linear- muffin-tin-orbital package LMTO PHONONS which is de- signed to perform linear-response calculations of the pho- non spectra for arbitrary wave vectors q. Main features of this code include: (i

(1) described a 4 year follow-up of 25 short children with IUGR treated with rhGH and showed a significant improvement in linear growth response. Linear growth response has increased during the fourth year of the study with respect to pretreatment values. The absence of a significant improvement in height for bone age SDS does not exclude the possibility of an improvement in final height. In this study (1) the absence of adverse effects during treatment with rhGH is very interesting. None of the patients considered showed a substantial alteration in glucose

-cation: General Backlash Nonlinearity Finite Impulse Response Linear Part”, Int. Journal of Adaptive Control Signal Processing vol. 28, 2014, pp. 1174–1188. [50] J. Vörös, “Parametric Identification of Systems with General Backlash”, Informatica vol. 23, no 2, 2012, pp. 283–298. [51] J. Vörös, “Modeling Identification of Nonlinear Cascade Sandwich Systems with General Backlash”, Journal of Electrical Engineering vol. 65, no 2, 2014, pp. 104–110.

could be omitted by direct digital acquisition. The resolution of several digital color cameras was measured and compared to film material. High end digital cameras match the film resolution closely [2], However, these high resolution cameras need a long time for image data transfer (up to 25 s [2]). Besides resolution, other important parameters of electronic cameras are light sensitivity, linearity and the response to fast changes in light intensity (step response). Linearity is a stringent requirement for quantitative imaging. The camera must be linear in order to

reduced the active uptake of 5-HT at high concentrations. Membrane ligand binding. Specific [^H] ketanserin binding to cat platelet membranes was inhibited differentially, K^-values (nM) for the compounds, in order of I C g g ranking for 5-HT antagonism, being 4, 0.6, 1.1, 7.1, 2, 14, 54, 21, 47, 32, 1140, 210, 850, 2500 respectively (5). Correlations ligand binding/physiological response. Linear regression analysis (Pearson correlation coefficient) revealed a strong correlation between the log ICL- for inhibition of 5-HT-induced cat platelet 3 activation and

thermochemiluminescent specific activity, in accord with this theory. Upon complexatlon with cyclodextrins, the evaporation of 1 and its derivatives at 21400C is inhibited. These complexes show a perfect dose-response linearity over a large range of concentration. Complexation also increases the reproducibility of chemiluminescence detection. Association constants for 1 and a derivative with both - and 1-cyclodextrin are presented. INTRODUCTION 1,2-Dioxetanes decompose thermally into two carbonyl compounds, of which one can be formed in the first singlet (S1) or triplet (T1) excited