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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2010A comparison of CAPRI and SEAMLESS-IF as Integrated Modelling SystemsBRITZ Wolfgang; PEREZ DOMINGUEZ Ignacio; HECKELEI Thomas
2001Comparison of Classical and Alternative Extraction Methods for the Quantitative Extraction of Fat from Plain Chocolate and the Subsequent Application to the Detection of Added Foreign Fats to plain Chocolate Formulations.SIMONEAU Cathrine; NAUDIN C.; HANNAERT Philippe; ANKLAM Elke
2000Comparison of Classical and Alternative Extraction Methods for the Quantitative Extraction of Fat from Plain Chocolate and the Subsequent Application to the Detection of Added Foreign Fats to Plain Chocolate Formulations.SIMONEAU Cathrine; NAUDIN C.; HANNAERT Philippe; ANKLAM Elke
2003Comparison of Commercially Available ELISA Kits with Human Sera-Based Detection Methods for Peanut Allergens in Foods.KOCH P.; SCHAEPPI G.f.; POMS Roland; WUETHRICH B.; ANKLAM Elke; BATTAGLIA R.
2006Comparison of Computational Intelligence Based Classification Techniques for Remotely Sensed Optical Image ClassificationSTATHAKIS DIMITRIOS; VASILAKOS A.
1998Comparison of Constant Volume Balloons, Model Trajectories and Tracer Transport during ETEX.KOFFI Ernest; NODOP Katrin; BENECH B.
1995Comparison of DA and NDA Analtytical Methods for PuO2 in Nuclear Material SafeguardsCROMBOOM Omer; KOCH Lothar winfried; VAN GEEL Jacobus; MAYER Klaus; DE BIEVRE P.; OTTMAR Herbert
2011Comparison of damage assessment maps derived from very high spatial resolution satellite and aerial imagery of the Haiti 2010 earthquake impact areaCORBAN CHRISTINA; CARRION DANIELA; LEMOINE Guido; BROGLIA MARCO
2013A Comparison of Data-Driven Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment MethodsSORICHETTA ALESSANDRO; BALLABIO CRISTIANO; MASETTI Marco; ROBINSON, JR. Gilpin R.; STERLACCHINI Simone
2007Comparison of Different Algorithms for Stomatal Ozone Flux Determination from Micrometeorological MeasurementsGEROSA GIACOMO; DERGHI Federico; CIESLIK STANISLAW
2010Comparison of different Constitutive Models for Concrete in ABAQUS/Explicit for Missile Impact AnalysesMARTIN Oliver
2001Comparison of Different Extraction and Clean-up Procedures for the Determination of Fumonisins in Maize and Maize Based Food Products.DE GIROLAMO Annalisa; SOLFRIZZO Michele; VON HOLST Christoph; VISCONTI Angelo
1986Comparison of Different LMFBR Primary Containment Codes Applied to a Benchmark ProblemBENUZZI Alberto
2013Comparison of different protocols for indirect measurement of leaf area index with ceptometers in vertically trained vineyardsLOPEZ LOZANO RAUL; CASTERAD M. Auxiliadora
2005A Comparison of Different Techniques for Drying XAD-2 Resin and Glass Fiber Filters for the Isolation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Accelerated Solvent ExtractionOLIVELLA Angels
2003Comparison of Different Techniques Used for the Determination of Mineral Oil Hydrocarbons from Polluted Soil.BERCARU Ofelia; CRUCERU Liliana; GAWLIK Bernd manfred
2010Comparison of Digital and Analogue Data Acquisition Systems for Nuclear SpectroscopyAL-ADILI ALI; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; OBERSTEDT Stephan; POMP S.; ZEYNALOV Sh.
2011Comparison of Dispersion Models by Using Fuzzy Similarity RelationsCIARAMELLA Angelo; RICCIO Angelo; GALMARINI Stefano; Giunta Giulio; POTEMPSKI Slawomir
2000Comparison of Dissipation of Turbulent Kinetic Energy Determined from Shear and Temperature Microstructure.KOCSIS O.; PRANDKE Hartmut; STIPS Adolf; SIMON Aldo; WUEST A.
2001Comparison of Dissipation Rates Measured by the FLY and MST Profilers during the PROVESS NNS Experiment.STIPS Adolf; RIPPETH Tom; PRANDTKE H.
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