Archive for the ‘Science & Research’ Category

Lateral approach in web mining

These days the news is current: 46 of the 50.000 most popular websites are sniffing your browsers history¬†[1]. The approach making this security vulnerability is simple and possible – a real lateral approach. The browser has a list of URL’s to check to be previously visited. The links are written on the website on the […]

Comming slides on Lateral Thinking

Will be shown here on Monday. Thanks for your special interest and participation on workshops. Daniel.

Thank you, time management

Hello. These days are quiet busy but beautiful. We just terminated our last Volleyball championship at our friendly society “Sidum”. Now there’s an invitation to our Monday’s course to play at an championship at the University of Rostock. Inbetween our University is doing another championship, where I will participate too. Besides the chair of Prof. […]

Taking pictures around the corner

The famous MIT has presented a camera that is able to take photos beyond the line of sight. Therefor a “reflector” is utilized. That reflective object can be a half-opened door, a wall or a window etc. This object even does not need to be optical reflecting the objects beyond our line of sight.

Markov Chain Paper finished

My paper about Markov Chains has been finished. I will send it for evaluation to Claudia. All my helpful reviewers will get even today’s evening a mail with the final paper. Thanks a lot for all that feedback. You made the paper a lot better! The report about the paper will be held on Moday, […]

Thanks a lot

The call for reviews has been a whole success. I was blown away by the amount of feedback given to my paper. Very good about this is that my paper seems to be good. Even better is the support given by my friends to this paper. Of course I will take your feedback into the […]

Markov Chains paper: review started

Today the final works on my Paper about Markov Chains has been done. Now the review started to a large number of students in two hand selected groups. The final question is whether this paper is good to be understood by novices and whether it is correct in common.

Scientists reconstruct 90% of a photo

Scientist from the University of Saarland, Germany, got a very good reconsruction from a photo that was nearly recognizeable by human. Only one out of ten pixels were known and their software got a good reconstruction of that photography. See the example image below.

Using LaTeX in WordPress

is a document markup language. In science, mostly physics, math and computer science, LaTeX is the default format to write academic texts and publications in journals. In LaTeX it’s possible to include formulas with ease. Text and formatting is a little more complex. Due to us being used ¬†WYSIWYG, “what you see is what you […]