OPARU is the OPen Access Repository of Ulm University and Ulm University of Applied Sciences.
Members and affiliates of Ulm University and Ulm University of Applied Sciences can publish via OPARU and thereby make their publications accessible worldwide free of charge. In addition to traditional publication formats, research data can also be published on OPARU. Publications can also be indexed as "metadata only" entries. This means that publication lists can be completely integrated in OPARU.
The bibliography of Ulm University and the bibliography of Ulm University of Applied Sciences are integrated in OPARU and include all publications that originated at the respective institution. Both bibliographies are continuously maintained by the kiz and the THU, respectively.
Via OPARU you can comply with the recommendation of the Open Access Resolution of Ulm University and the Open Access Policy of the THU to self-archive your publications on the institutional repository.
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Neural fields for controlling formation of multiple robots (2007)Beitrag zu einer Konferenz
Integration of multiple temporal and spatial scales for robust optic flow estimation in a biologically inspired algorithm (2007)Beitrag zu einer Konferenz
Evaluation of external human-machine interfaces for facilitating the interaction of pedestrians with self-driving vehicles (2023)Dissertation
Neural associative memories and hidden Markov models for speech recognition (2007)Beitrag zu einer Konferenz
On interpolatory divergence-free wavelets (2007)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Kinetic isotope effects in complex reaction networks: Formic acid electro-oxidation (2007)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Analysis and control of small isolated molecular systems (2007)Teil eines Buches
Potential-induced COad island formation on a platinum thin-film electrode in the H-upd potential region (2007)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Molecular characterization of Richter syndrome identifies de novo diffuse large B-cell lymphomas with poor prognosis (2023)Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Chemical and Catalytic Properties of Size-Selected Free and Supported Clusters (2007)Teil eines Buches