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23-Apr-2019Applied compositional data analysisTempl, Matthias
28-Mar-2019Workforce planning in airport logistics : a real-world business applicationKlinkert, Andreas
2019The trilemma between accuracy, timeliness and smoothness in real-time signal extractionWildi, Marc; McElroy, Tucker S.
2019Petrophysical properties of opalinus clay drill cores determined from Med-XCT imagesKeller, Lukas M.; Giger, Silvio B.
23-Apr-2018General approach to coordinate representation of compositional tablesFačevicová, Kamila; Hron, Karel; Todorov, Valentin; Templ, Matthias
2018How metaphor and narrative interact in stories of forces of natureFuchs, Hans Ulrich; Contini, Anamaria; Dumont, Elisabeth; Landini, Alessandra; Corni, Federico
2018Compositional data analysis of our favourite drinksTempl, Matthias
2018Image-based upscaling of permeability in opalinus clayKeller, Lukas; Holzer, Lorenz
2018Regression imputation with Q-mode clustering for rounded zero replacement in high-dimensional compositional dataChen, Jiajia; Zhang, Xiaoqin; Hron, Karel; Templ, Matthias; Li, Shengjia
2018Nekhoroshev stability for the Dirichlet Toda latticeHenrici, Andreas
2018Consolidated-undrained triaxial testing of Opalinus Clay : results and method validationGiger, Silvio B.; Ewy, Russell T.; Favero, Valentina; Stankovic, Rudy; Keller, Lukas M.
2018Nekhoroshev theorem for the Toda lattice with Dirichlet boundary conditionsHenrici, Andreas
2018Real time trend extraction and seasonal adjustmentWildi, Marc
2018Implications of potential future grand solar minimum for ozone layer and climateArsenovic, Pavle; Rozanov, Eugene; Anet, Julien; Stenke, Andrea; Schmutz, Werner, et al
Nov-2017Decadal to multi-decadal scale variability of Indian summer monsoon rainfall in the coupled ocean-atmosphere-chemistry climate model SOCOL-MPIOMMalik, Abdul; Brönnimann, Stefan; Stickler, Alexander; Raible, Christoph C.; Muthers, Stefan, et al
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