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Initially, the universal joystick controller and motor add-on technology was developed to power stand-up paddleboards (SUPs) and kayaks, but Rott temporarily put that plan on hold to focus on the One Disk.
2016) used energy balance measurements from TERENO-preAlpine for the evaluation and analysis of the distribution of water and energy fluxes over the Rott River catchment, computed by GEOtop, a distributed water and energy balance model for complex terrain (www .
For instance, a sketch by Michael Rott (drawn in the 1938 time frame) includes a caricature of Hitler with mustache and hair over the forehead.
Rott explained that his leak detection group can test roughly 5 miles of pipe per day, stopping every 250 to 500 feet to record surface sounds above the pipeline route.
United fly out tomorrow on a pre-season trip to Austria, where they will meet Turkish giants Galatasaray, Germans Rott Weiss Erfurt and Brazilian outfit Atuamo.
From 1979 to his death on July 17, 1998, Jean Rott and Christian Krieger directed a team in Strasbourg that prepared the first three volumes (in French) of the correspondance division.
Christoph Rott reported at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.
Christoph Ingenhoven, Jurgen Overdiek, Michael ReiB, Andreas Blum, Karan Dajalei, Holger Gravius, Manfred Junghans, Lyiang Guo, Florian Nedden, Udo Rex, Herwig Rott, Ingrid Solken, Andrea Thoma, Maximo Victoria, Christina Zippel
The following five tracks were organized: (1) Formal Aspects and Applications of Nonmonotonic Reasoning (cochairs: Jim Delgrande, Mitek Truszczynski), (2) Computational Aspects of Nonmonotonic Reasoning (cochairs: Niemela, Torsten Schaub), (3) Logic Programming (cochairs: Jurgen Dix, Jorge Lobo), (4) Action and Causality (cochairs: Vladimir Lifschitz, Hector Geffner), and (5) Belief Revision (cochairs: Hans Rott, Mary-Anne Williams).
Susan Rott, who suffers from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, recently received an autologous bone marrow transplant (BMT) at Chicago's Loyola University Medical Center.
Although the three approaches are based on markedly distinct intuitions, it has been discovered that all epistemic entrenchment contractions (those obtained by applying (2)) and all safe contractions (those obtained by applying (3)) are equivalent to certain classes of partial meet contractions (among those obtained by applying (1)) (Alchourron and Makinson [1986]; Rott [1991a, 1992b]).