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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2008A Comparative Analysis of Food Quality Assurance Schemes: The Case of Neuland and EurepGAPGAY Stephan; SCHNEIDER Andreas
2002Comparative Analysis of four Second-Moment Turbulence Closure Models for the Oceanic Mixed Layer.BURCHARD Hans; KRISTENSEN BOLDING Karsten
2011Comparative analysis of harmonized forest area estimates for European countriesSEEBACH Lucia; STROBL Peter; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus; GALLEGO PINILLA Francisco; BASTRUP-BIRK Annemarie
1990Comparative Analysis of LANDSAT-5 TM and SPOT HRV-1 Data for Use in Multiple Sensor ApproachesHILL Joachim; AIFADOPOULOU D.
2014Comparative analysis of multiple myeloma treatment by CD138 antigen targeting with bismuth-213 and Melphalan chemotherapy.GOUARD S.; PALLARDY A; GASCHET J; FAIVRE-CHAUVET A; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; MORGENSTERN Alfred; MAUREL C; MATOUS E; KRAEBER BODÉRÉ F; DAVODEAU F, et al
2011Comparative Analysis of Nuclear Event Investigation Methods, Tools and TechniquesZIEDELIS STANISLOVAS; NOEL MARC
2008Comparative Analysis of Results From Deterministic Calculations of the Release of Radioactivity From Geological Disposal of Spent Fuel in Crystalline RocksPRVAKOVA SLAVKA; AMOSOV Pavel; NILSSON KARL-FREDRIK
2008Comparative Analysis of Results from Deterministic Calculations of the Release of Radioactivity from Geological Disposal of Spent Fuel in Crystalline RocksAMOSOV Pavel; PRVAKOVA SLAVKA; NILSSON KARL-FREDRIK
2009Comparative Analysis of the Multi-Sensor Global Ocean Colour Data RecordDJAVIDNIA Samuel; MELIN Frederic; HOEPFFNER Nicolas
2008A Comparative Analysis of the Use of NOAA-AVHRR NDVI and FWI Data for Forest Fire Risk AssessmentGABBAN Andrea; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus; VIEGAS Domingos Xavier
2010Comparative analysis of three chemometric techniques for the spectroradiometric assessment of canopy chlorophyll content in winter wheatATZBERGER Clement; GUÉRIF Martine; BARET Frederic; WERNER Willy
2007Comparative Assessment of CORINE2000 and GLC2000: Spatial Analysis of Land Cover Data for EuropeNEUMANN Kathleen; HEROLD Martin; HARTLEY ANDREW; SCHMULLIUS C
2004Comparative Assessment of Large-Scale Marine Eutrophication: North Sea Area and Adriatic Sea as Case Studies.DRUON Jean noel; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; DOBRICIC Srdjan; STIPS Adolf
2003Comparative Assessment of Neural Networks and Regression Models for Forecasting Summertime Ozone in Athens.CHALOULAKOU Archontoula; SAISANA M.; SPYRELLIS Nikolaos
2005Comparative Assessment of QSAR Models for Aquatic ToxicityPAVAN MANUELA; WORTH ANDREW; NETZEVA TATIANA
2013Comparative assessment of the Pu content of MOX samples by different techniquesBUDA RAZVAN; CARLOS MARQUEZ Ramon; DAHMS Eckhard; D'AMATI Francesco; EMBLICO Lorenza; HORTA DOMENECH Joan; LE TERRIER Arnaud; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; MILLET Sylvain; MOREL Sylvain, et al
2012Comparative Experiments for Multilingual Sentiment Analysis using Machine TranslationBALAHUR DOBRESCU ALEXANDRA; TURCHI MARCO
2014Comparative Experiments Using Supervised Learning and Machine Translation for Multilingual Sentiment AnalysisBALAHUR DOBRESCU ALEXANDRA; TURCHI MARCO
2012Comparative flood damage model assessment: Towards a European approachJONGMAN Brenden; KREIBICH Heidi; Bates P.D.; DE ROO Arie; BARREDO CANO Jose'; GERICKE A.; APEL H.; NEAL J.; AERTS J.c.j.h.; WARD P.j.
2012Comparative flood damage model assessment: towards a European approachJONGMAN Brenden; KREIBICH Heidi; APEL Heiko; BARREDO CANO JOSE IGNACIO; BATES Paul; FEYEN Luc; GERICKE A.; NEAL J.; AERTS J.c.j.h.; WARD P.j.
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