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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2010A Comparison of Parameterized, Simulated and Measured Turbulent Mixing in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic SeaLILOVER Madis; STIPS Adolf
2010Comparison of Particle Number Measurements from the Full Dilution Tunnel, the Tailpipe and Two Partial Flow SystemsMARTINI Giorgio; GIECHASKIEL Barouch; CARRIERO Massimo; BERGMANN Alexander; PONGRATZ Helmut; JÖRGL Herwig
2013Comparison of pedotransfer functions to estimate the van Genuchten parameters from soil survey information A van Genuchten-függvény paramétereit átnézetes talajtérképi információkból becslő módszerek összehasonlítása és továbbfejlesztésük lehetőségeiTÓTH Brigitta; MAKÓ András; TOTH Gergely; CSILLA Farkas; KÁLMÁN Rajkai
2006Comparison of Plasmid and Genomic DNA Calibrants for the Quantification of Genetically Modified IngredientsBURNS M.; WISEMAN Gordon; CORBISIER PHILIPPE; VALDIVIA Hernan; MCDONALD Paul; BOWLER Peter; OHARA Katrina; SCHIMMEL HEINZ; CHARELS DIANA; DAMANT Andrew, et al
1996Comparison of PLS, PCR and MLR for the Quantitative Determination of Foreign Oils and Fats in Butter Fats of Several European Countries by their Triglyceride CompositionLIPP Markus
2008Comparison of Potential Solar Electricity Output from Fixed-inclined and Two-axis Tracking Photovoltaic Modules in EuropeHULD THOMAS; SURI MARCEL; DUNLOP EWAN
2011Comparison of SeaWiFS and MODIS time series of inherent optical properties for the Adriatic SeaMELIN Frederic
2006Comparison of SeaWiFS, MODIS and MERIS Radiometric Products at a Coastal SiteZIBORDI GIUSEPPE; MELIN FREDERIC; BERTHON JEAN-FRANCOIS
2010Comparison of Sensitivity Analysis Techniques: A Case Study with the Rice Model WARMCONFALONIERI Roberto; BELLOCCHI Gianni; BREGAGLIO Simone; DONATELLI Marcello; ACUTIS Marco
2005Comparison of Sequential Solid Phase Extraction (SSPE) with Single SPE and Liquid Chromatography Single-Stage Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) with Triple Quadrupole Tandem LC-MS-MS for Multi-Residue Analysis of Organic Water Pollutants.LOOS Robert; HANKE Georg; EISENREICH Steven
2006Comparison of SFRs and LFRs as Waste BurnersTUCEK Kamil; CARLSSON JOHAN; VIDOVIC DRAGAN; WIDER HARTMUT; SOMERS JOSEPH; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL
2001A Comparison of Simple Statistical Methods for Estimating Analytical Uncertainty, Taking into Account Predicted Frequency Distributions.HILL Alan; VON HOLST Christoph
2006Comparison of sodium and lead-cooled fast reactors regarding reactor physics aspects, severe safety and economical issuesTUCEK Kamil; CARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUT
2005Comparison of Sodium and Lead-Cooled Fast Reactors Regarding Severe Safety and Economical IssuesCARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUT; TUCEK Kamil
2006Comparison of Spectral and Broad-band Models for Computing Photosynthetically Absorbed Radiation in Turbid WatersARST Helgi; ERM Ants; KANGRO Kersti; NOGES Tiina; NOGES PEETER
2012The Comparison of SrTi0.98Nb0.02O3-delta - CeO2 and SrTi0.98Nb0.02O3-delta - YSZ Composites for Use in SOFC AnodesBOCHENTYN B.; KARCZEWSKI J.; MOLIN S.; KLIMCZUK TOMASZ; GAZDA M.; JASINSKI P.; SAFARIK D.; KUSZ B.
2009Comparison of String Distance Metrics for Lemmatisation of Named Entities in PolishPISKORSKI Jakub; SYDOW Marcin; WIELOCH Karol
2009A comparison of structural reform scenarios across the EU member states - Simulation-based analysis using the QUEST model with endogenous growthD'AURIA Francesca; PAGANO Andrea; RATTO Marco; VARGA Janos
2010Comparison of Surface Activation Processes for Protein Immobilization on Plasma Polymerized Acrylic Acid FilmsSTROLA Samy; CECCONE Giacomo; GILLILAND Douglas; VALSESIA Andrea; VIEIRA LISBOA Patricia; ROSSI Francois
1992Comparison of Tenax and Carbotrop for VOC Sampling in Indoor AirDE BORTOLI Maurizio; PECCHIO Emilio; KNOEPPEL Helmut; SCHAUENBURG Herbert
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