Verkaufe meinen Paraglider.
Laut Prüfprotokoll von letzter Woche (8. August 2011) ist der Zustand “Neuwertig, sehr guter Zustand”. Baujahr ist 10/08. Ca. 25 Flüge.
Bei Interesse verkaufe ich auch noch eine pasende Rettung (Annular) sowie mein Gurtzeug. Auf Wunsch kann der Schirm in 38300 Wolfenbüttel angesehen werden. Packsack und Rucksack von Swing (Original) . . . → Read More: Paraglider: Sting Powerplay 160
Our new paper is available:
ABSTRACT Plagiarism Detection Systems have been developed to locate instances of plagiarism e.g. within scientific papers. Studies have shown that the existing approaches deliver reasonable results in identifying copy&paste plagiarism, but fail to detect more sophisticated forms such as paraphrased, translated or idea plagiarism. The authors of this paper demonstrated in recent studies [4, 15] . . . → Read More: Publication: Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection: Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence
I filmed this video a few days ago with a helmet cam while paragliding in Kössen, Austria. It is shortened due to the youtube 15 min limit.
The map shows the gps tracked flight. If possible use Google earth to see the mountains in 3d:
View 2011-06_Kössen Paragliding in a larger map
And another . . . → Read More: Video: Paragliding in Kössen
Professor Debora Weber-Wulff and her team from the HTW Berlin have tested various plagiarism detection systems. Instead of using an artificially created test data set, Guttenberg’s doctoral thesis was used. The detection results of the Plagiarism Detection Systems were, as expected, pretty poor.
PlagAware: Initially 28% on the first 159 pages, however this included a . . . → Read More: Using Guttenberg’s doctoral thesis to test plagiarism detection systems
We – that is the SciPlore team and Hilah Geer (Head librarian at the Oslo School of Management) – need your help!
Hilah is a fan of SciPlore and for her research she wants to perform a user study (interviews) with some users of SciPlore MindMapping to understand how academics are using SciPlore MindMapping. The . . . → Read More: Be a Guinea Pig: Take Part in a User Study and Help Improving SciPlore MindMapping
One month ago we asked our users to send us suggestions for a [intlink id="help-us-finding-a-new-name-for-sciplore-mindmapping" type="post"]new name for SciPlore MindMapping[/intlink]. We got a few dozens of ideas and would like to thank all the participants very very much for their great and creative ideas! In our team, we had lots of discussion about the pros . . . → Read More: The new name of SciPlore MindMapping is… “Docear”
Beta 15 of SciPlore MindMapping is out. The major new feature is the literature recommendation module. Based on your mind maps SciPlore MindMapping provides you with literature recommendations that can be downloaded immediately and for free. For this feature we use our upcoming new service Mr. DLib which has several millions of articles indexed from . . . → Read More: SciPlore MindMapping now provides literature recommendations (Beta 15)
Over a year ago we started the development of SciPlore MindMapping. So far the response in the academic community was overwhelming. We get almost daily emails from users telling us how much they like the software and download counts are steadily increasing. Now, I am very pleased to announce that in the near future we . . . → Read More: Help us finding a new name for “SciPlore MindMapping”
When we started the development of SciPlore MindMapping about a year ago we decided to use FreeMind as code base. It was a straight forward decision: for many years, FreeMind was bascially the standard choice if you wanted a free open source mind mapping software and it was written in Java, our preferred programing language. However, . . . → Read More: Good by FreeMind, welcome FreePlane
We added some new features to SciPlore MindMapping Beta 14 that should help you a lot in managing your academic literature: Many users told us they would like not only to import bookmarks but comments and highlighted text from PDFs to their mind maps. Well, this is now possible :-). However, importing highlighted text is . . . → Read More: Beta 14 of SciPlore MindMapping is out: Import comments & highlighted text; more BibTeX attributes, Export works now, …