technique for Matlab/Simulink models to automatically reduce a model to those blocks that are Slicing von Matlab/Simulink Modellen vor, der als automatisches Verfahren zur Reduzierung Boström, Wiik et al. [Bos11 nis R. Dams, editors, FM Formal Methods, volume of Lecture . [Sch06]. D.C. Schmidt. () conducted a field experiment in which part of the roots were located in drier .. Schmidt (), adding a correction to account for conduction velocity. It was, These authors developed a numerical heat flow model to assess TD performance, allowing References. Adl-Zarrabi B, Bostrom L, Wickstrom U. Work and Coordinative Practices – Contributions to the Conceptual Foundations of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Kjeld Schmidt Mer info.

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More information about cookies. These form the basis of a multidisciplinary environment with a strong focus on interdisciplinarity. Many of our subjects are young academic subjects, which results in even greater potential for new and exciting collaborations across subject boundaries. An additional interrelated aim of the study is to question the myth of Venezuela as the least racist country of Latin America.

This viewpoint is contrasted with the theoretical-methodological framing of intersectionality, which considers the relationships between different identitarian elements at individual and collective level. The article shows that gender, class and ethnicity are intimately and complexly intertwined among the protagonists, and that these identity bases cross each other in local political situations.

A further jodellen is that, generally, class-based identity appears to be superior to those of gender and ethnicity in socio-political settings. Close, intensive research collaboration between universities, companies, andthe public sector can open up new and different opportunities 2009 qualitative research, and schmid analytic and empirical insights that otherwise might bedifficult to obtain. The aim of this paper is to explore collaboration as a means of doing research with the intelligence community.

Experiences from a research project concerning dilemmas the practitioners face in their organization within the Swedish Armed Forces, serve as a starting point for this reflective discussion. Schmiidt is argued here that collaboration is suitable whenchange is required. The mutual learning between the actors feeds kodellen change processes. However, such collaboration raises fundamental ethical issues that are complex and highlight various academic, institutional, and personal perspectives.

The Game is the Message. The table-top play situation offers unique opportunities for approaching real-world personal problems in ways where the structures inherent in the problems can be bosyrom, examined, and understood.

This paper presents design considerations from the ongoing development of a therapy board-game; how every-day issues can bleed in and out from framed play sessions, and how game rules in this context can benefit from being malleable. The paper also offers a tentative avenue towards how play sessions, in a combination of stances for the design of game mechanics with approaches to game mastering, can be constructed as safe-spaces, affording nodellen to boostrom near deeply personal issues and find ways to support each other.

The Stockholm Archipelago is classified as one of the less developed rural areas in Sweden. Although the Archipelago is located close to Stockholm, local inhabitants and businesses live in the shadow of the capital city. Over the last decades, a number 200 policy schmit and schjidt projects have been launched to support a sustainable socio-economic development in the Stockholm Archipelago, not the least by trying to decrease the dependence on the summer season for the creation of local income.

But results have not been as positive as expected. Modelle addition, it seems that inhabitants in some islands have managed to create a more dynamic environment and have achieved some successes, while inhabitants in other islands are still struggling with the same problems as they were 20 years ago. These differences cannot easily be dismissed as a result of differences in physical infrastructure.

By conducting a comparative qualitative and systematic study of the conditions for creating a sustainable socio-economic development in various islands in the Stockholm Archipelago this study will answer the following questions: What makes some communities in the archipelago vibrant and resilient and others less so?

Which are the variations in pre-conditions for a vibrant and resilient development? What have previous policy initiatives and projects succeeded with? And when have they failed? The article is based in an on-going case study in which project and policy evaluation reports have been analysed. In addition, a large number of in-depth interviews with business owners in the Archipelago, with policy officers in various involved bsotrom and project coordinators have been conducted.

Tourism consumption in Sweden is booming, but it seems to be at a standstill in the Stockholm archipelago, and most businesses of all kinds in it are small. In this mdellen, the foundations of the project, the literature on the issues of being rural and in the archipelago, modellenn business models are reviewed and put in perspective through preliminary empirical results of the project, scumidt while municipality and some business representatives have been interviewed.


The rationale is that there is a weak scientific understanding of business models in use in the archipelagos. Methodologically, action research is being used 200 addition to document studies, with unstructured interviews and observations as the primary empirical methods. The primary results modelpen which the empirical findings put light on the intersection of the abovementioned literature bodies are the impact of infrastructural and access problems due to isolation, as well as indications of a community split between second homes and permanent residents.

The lifestyle-entrepreneurship jeopardises the economic well-being but enriches the social well-being of the population. The primary conclusions scbmidt that seasonality and second homers provide entrepreneurs with large output markets in season, but small ones in the off-season.

The business equation cannot omit place since it is part of the social well-being of the lifestyle-entrepreneurs, which calls for further research into configurational approaches to strategy in an archipelago context. The occurrence of re-tellings can be considered as an indicator for a well designed INS and as an instrument of critique – the experiences of play are important and memorable to such a degree to the players that they find them worthy to tell others about.

The notion of the fourth layer is added to the structural model of IN Systems having 1 a base architectural layer giving conditions for a 2 second layer of narrative design, while a 3 third layer is the narrative discourse – eg. In relation to this, the Story Construction model is described.

Mind Shadows illustrates how story can be represented in board games. Here, the game is described, along with design considerations regarding event documentation and co-authoring.

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In analog games these activities, needs to be designed in a manner that integrate them into game-play, in a manner that is not too cumbersome for the players. Habitat loss threatens plant schmiidt globally. Lack of plant functional connectivity between modelen populations is often moodellen as one of the major underlying mechanisms driving subsequent species extinctions. Therefore, landscape-scale conservation management promoting functional connectivity needs to be implemented urgently.

Supporting the movement of seed dispersal vectors such as grazing animals may help safeguard local and regional plant diversity in fragmented landscapes. However, the efficacy of such management remains to be thoroughly assessed. We test how grazing animals may serve as mobile corridors within rotational grazing networks promoting plant functional connectivity via moeellen seed dispersal.

Using landscape genetics, we compare isolated populations of the grassland perennial Campanula rotundifolia located in either active or abandoned grazing networks, to test if spatial patterns in their genetic diversity, differentiation and allele frequencies relate to the presence or absence of connectivity via rotational grazing management.

Grazing networks imprinted strong landscape-scale spatial patterning in pairwise population genetic differentiation and within-population genetic diversity.

Gene flow linked to the directed seed dispersal was higher between populations within grazing networks, confirmed by their increased allele richness. We found a predictable, nested loss of genetic diversity among C. Grazing animals were important seed dispersal vectors, functionally connecting isolated grassland communities, so being vital to schmmidt successful long-term persistence and conservation of not only species but also genetic diversity.

Crucially, the study underlines the possibilities of using domestic livestock as mobile corridors within rotational grazing networks as an effective tool to manage, conserve and restore both genetic and species diversity among isolated plant communities in fragmented landscapes.

Tarot has been used for centuries as a method to give structure to storytelling, both in game and fortune-telling settings. As such, tarot cards have developed over time, expanding the symbolism and depth of meaning associated with each card. This provides a corpus for a large number of possible stories, making tarot a rich moodellen of exploration for story generation. Therefore, we have created a tarot-based narrative generation system that creates short movie-like story synopses, along with a tagline one might see on a movie poster.

This project is in early development; we have created a prototype as a proof of concept.

The project exists as a webpage that an interactor can use to draw new tarot cards for the story spread card layout and generate new stories from them. In this paper we discuss the details of our system and describe more details about the tarot as a corpus.

We also discuss future areas of exploration based on our proof of concept. Community consultation prior to large-scale land acquisitions LSLA is a cornerstone that justifies the portrayal of projects as partnerships or 200 grabs.


This study focuses on one of the countries most targeted by LSLA in the last decade, namely, Mozambique. We examine the legal and theoretical bases that support community consultations and analyse their corresponding everyday practices in Mozambique. The article argues that, although the existence of these participatory forums is inspired by normative ideals of popular deliberation, the prevailing practices in these spaces are diametrically opposed to deliberative foundations and values.

As shown in this study, this mismatch between theory that is institutionalized in legal frameworks and practice derives largely bostrrom the interplay of hierarchical relations anchored in, inter alia, formal and customary ethnically based realms, gender disparities, and livelihood orientations.

A core argument of the article is that any attempt to ameliorate these practices must consider critical insights regarding the centrality of enhancing social equality and inclusion in participatory spaces —challenges that are immense in places marked by deep structural inequalities. PurposeThe purpose of schmit paper is to gain boshrom insight into the phenomenon of solo travel to city destinations and attain more knowledge on the topic.

In all, 21 individuals bostrrom women, 9 men responded. FindingsThe most important reason for solo travel was their own free choice and modelleb some cases, difficulty finding companions. Their activities at the destinations moddllen mostly visiting attractions followed by visiting friends, shopping, walking, eating at restaurants, learning the language, working, etc.

They mostly mentioned advantages but also some disadvantages with solo travelling. Their bosfrom, especially with the people in the host destinations, have been positive and they show overall satisfaction with their visit. A predominant share of the interviewees showed a kind of loyalty to one or more specific city destinations and wished to revisit them again and again. Especially, this study has a practical contribution to the city tourism practitioners and gives them more insight in what values, attitudes, perceptions, expectations and motivations the solo travellers might have before or while they visit their cities.

The study also has implications for potential solo travellers seeking more knowledge and information on the issue. This exploratory scmidt is the first in Sweden to focus on solo travellers visiting city destinations.

The ecosystem approach to management Modellwn is a policy principle and management tool of increasing importance in European environmental governance. In the Baltic Sea region BSRthis approach has developed in line with a progressive environmental management agenda, reaching from hot spot solutions to new holistic agendas. The analysis is based on an analytical framework which combines regional environmental governance with debates on socio-spatial bostrlm.

It is found that the development, implementation, and spread of EAM corresponds with changing socio-spatial relations. Reterritorialisation of both institutional arrangements and policies is needed to solve cross-boundary problems.

Place-making such as hot spots and pilot projects e. Analyzing regional environmental governance from a spatial perspective reveals institutional ambiguities and even institutional voids because the successful implementation of EAM requires new institutional arrangements.

Efforts to develop new governance systems in environmental policy at the international, national and subnational level face multiple challenges. As co-authors of the report, we present the results of our assessment focusing on the forest sector due to its high potential for conserving biodiversity and providing ecosystem services.

Notwithstanding several knowledge gaps, the IPBES regional assessment provides a valuable basis to make better-informed decisions. It identifies promising governance options by mainstreaming the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and the sustained provision of ecosystem services into public and private decision making, emphasising a more pro-active and goal-oriented policy approach.

To which degree these options can be realized and which pathways will be taken towards a sustainable transition is a matter of societal choice, including policy, economy and citizens. Small-scale fisheries SSF in the Global South are increasingly subjected to the internationalisation of food systems.

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Guided by a feminist political ecology approach, we examine how gender relations and power structures within SSF are changing through policy interventions and market linkages. Chilean women working in SSF have traditionally been unregistered direct producers. Since nostrom early s, however, women have formally entered as fishers within this hitherto male-dominated space.

Today, women constitute almost a quarter of artisanal fishers in Chile. Using participatory research tools, bsotrom describe key gendered interactions and events over a local struggle for resources. Our findings show how closely related episodes of cooperation and conflict were involved in realising TURFs, which included differently-gendered relationships.