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Nachhaltigkeitscontrolling in der Siedlungswasserwirtschaft – Analyse der Wirkungsbeziehungen systemischer Risiken

Schreiber Madrid, A. William (2016)
Diese Masterthesis untersucht die im Projektverbund „Nachhaltigkeitscontrolling in der Siedlungswasserwirtschaft“ (NaCoSi) identifizierten Risiken und gewählten Elemente, darunter Nachhaltigkeitsziele, siedlungswasserwirtschaftlicher Unternehmen unter Berücksichtigung ihrer Beziehung zueinander. Für die Analyse des aus Risiken bestehenden Wirkungsgeflechts wurden eine Netzwerkanalyse, die Einflussmatrix und ein qualitatives System Dynamics als Untersuchungsmethoden gewählt. Ziel dieser Arbeit...

Security & Scalability of Content-Centric Networking

Lauinger, Tobias (2010)
By suggesting radical changes to the current Internet, approaches to clean-slate architectures run the risk of introducing new opportunities for attacks. These attacks can range from new forms of denial-of-service to attacks against other users’ privacy. In this thesis, we analyse the architecture proposed by Content-Centric Networking from a security perspective. One security-critical feature of Content-Centric Networking is the introduction of general-purpose caches that are shared by a sma...

Spatial Organization of Shophouses on Hung Vuong Street in Danang towards Green Building – References from Hoian Ancient Shophouses

Le Thi, Kieu (2017)
Towards a sustainable urban development in Vietnam, several aspects have been taken into account. Due to its significant strengths, Green Building is not an exception. Moreover, since housing is the basic demand for every city, the effectiveness of its architectural design is always the priority. Therefore, possibilities of Green Building application on housing is increasingly concerned. In business towns like Danang city, shophouses account for a great number of houses due to the benefit...

Molecular simulations of lipid bilayers in interactions with gold nanoparticles

Pfeiffer, Tobias (2016)
Gold nanoparticles are interesting candidates for medical applications like markers in imaging methods and targeted drug delivery, especially to cancer cells. Unfortunately, many gold nanoparticles have been found to be cytotoxic even for healthy cells. For an application in humans the origin and the factors of this cytotoxicity need to be well understood. In the recent years, many studies have been conducted on nanoparticle cytotoxicity and cellular nanoparticle uptake. Most of them focussed...

Scalable and Secure Multicast Routing for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

Schmittner, Milan (2014)
Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs) are decentralized and autonomous communication systems: They can be used to provide connectivity when a natural disaster has brought down the infrastructure, or they can support freedom of speech in countries with governmental Internet restrictions. MANET design requires careful attention to scalability and security due to low-capacity and error-prone wireless links as well as the openness of these systems. In this thesis, we address the issue of multicast a...

A System for Privacy-Preserving Mobile Health and Fitness Data Sharing: Design, Implementation and Evaluation

Maass, Max Jakob (2016)
The growing spread of smartphones and other mobile devices has given rise to a number of health and fitness applications. Users can track their calorie intake, get reminders to take their medication, and track their fitness workouts. Many of these services have social components, allowing users to find like-minded peers, compete with their friends, or participate in open challenges. However, the prevalent service model forces users to disclose all of their data to the service provider. This m...

Hydrochemistry and Isotopic Analysis of Deep (Partly Thermal) Wells and Springs in NW-Slovenia

Philipp, Sven (2015)
The purposees of this master thesis are on the one hand to assess if dedolomitisation is still an ongoing process in the underground of the Rovte area (W Slovenia) and on the other hand to characterise the hydrochemistry of thermal wells and subthermal springs in NW-Slovenia. To achieve these purposes, waters from deep wells and springs in the Rovte area and waters from thermal wells and subthermal springs in the Cerkno/Kranj area were analysed. Hydrochemical analysis was done by spect...

Dynamic Difficulty Adaptation for Heterogeneously Skilled Player Groups in Multiplayer Collaborative Games

Greciano, Miguel Cristian (2016)
This work focuses on the combination of two key concepts: Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment/Adaptation (video games adapting their difficulty according to the in-game performance of players, making themselves easier if the player performs poorly or more difficult if the player performs well) and Collaborative Multiplayer Games (video games where two or more human players work together to achieve a common goal). It considers and analyzes the challenges, potential and possibilities of Dynamic Diffi...

On the Nature and Behavior of Filaments in the Dielectric Barrier Discharge of Plasma Actuators

Bürkle, Sebastian (2013)
Plasma actuators based on dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) promise a bright future in aerodynamical applications. By creating a body force in the surrounding gas through plasma – gas interaction, plasma actuators operated in quiescent air induce a small flow above their surface with a velocity of typically 5-8 m/s, the so called ionic wind. The ionic wind can influence the boundary-layer of an externally applied flow surrounding the actuator. Unfortunately, the origin of the body force that...

Impacts of water stress on Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Case study: Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City

Dao, Thi Bich Van (2015)
Vietnam is a country ranking the 12th most populous country in the world. Ho Chi Minh City is a large city with a high rate of urbanization and rapid growth of population. The population is more and more concentrated in this city, and increases the demand for high water use. Most of people in the city are provided by piped water with safe quality. However, in some areas, with lack of clean water, people have to buy water from tankers carrying water or they have to use their own wells without ...