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Bruno Banani Damendüfte Woman Limited BVB Editi...
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Deine Mannschaft, dein Duft: Mit der limitierten Fan-Edition können BVB-Fans ihren Lieblingsverein dank einer Partnerschaft von bruno banani - Deutschlands Parfüm-Marke Nr. 1 - und BorussiaDortmund hautnah erleben.Gemeinsam bringen sie ein Parfüm für echte Fans auf den Markt: die erste BVB Fan Edition. Entwickelt wurden Damen- und Herrendüfte, deren schwarzgelbe Flakons die Farben des Vereins widerspiegeln. Die Verpackungen ziert charakteristisch die Dortmunder Skyline. Seit Mitte August ist die limitierte Fan-Edition für Damen erhältlich.Ursprünglich als Hersteller für extravagante Designer-Unterwäsche bekanntgeworden, verbindet die deutsche Parfüm-Marke bruno banani Individualität, Selbstbewusstsein und Unkonventionalität. Damit passt sie perfekt zu Borussia Dortmund, denn auch der BVB steht für Echtheit, Intensität und Ambition.

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Stand: 26.05.2020
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Inside Borussia Dortmund L.E., sign.
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Sichert Euch jetzt das 1909. Exemplar der Dokumentation "Inside Borussia Dortmund", signiert vom ganzen Kader! Die Limited Edition besteht aus der Amazon Original Dokumentation (Blu-ray Disc), einem Schal, einem Stück vom Spielertrikot von Mario Götze und einem 10€ Gutschein für FIFA 20. Durch das Echtheitszertifikat garantieren wir Dir die Exklusivität dieses Artikels. 100 % vom Reinerlös gehen an unsere BVB-Stiftung „leuchte auf“, welche gemeinnützige Projekte und Organisationen mit materiellen und finanziellen Mitteln oder mit ideeller Arbeit unterstützt.

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Classification and Clustering in Business Cycle...
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The analysis of cyclical macroeconomic phenomena is an important field of econometric research. In the recent past, research interests have de-emphasized quantitative forecasting exercises and have addressed the qualitative diagnosis of the relative stance of the economy regarding 'upswing', 'recession', or 'boom' periods, i. e. the classification of the state of the economy into a limited number of discrete states. In this context the principal challenge is to reduce the multifaceted and sometimes abundant quantitative information about the business cycle to such qualitative statements in an efficient way. For more than six years this task was the focus of the project 'Multivariate determination and analysis of business cycles' within the SFB 475 'Reduction of complexity in multivariate data structures', funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The necessity for complexity reduction is, of course, not unique to business cycle analysis but is studied in many fields and in a number of ways. This broad interest in the reduction of problem dimensionality and in the appropriate combination of data and of theory caused the RWI Essen and the Statistical Department of the University of Dortmund in January 2002 to hold a workshop at the RWI Essen where the findings of this and similar projects were presented and discussed. The present publication collects revised versions of the papers presented at this workshop. Although the workshop took place some five years ago, these papers mark an importent juncture in the development of business cycle research.

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Classification and Clustering in Business Cycle...
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The analysis of cyclical macroeconomic phenomena is an important field of econometric research. In the recent past, research interests have de-emphasized quantitative forecasting exercises and have addressed the qualitative diagnosis of the relative stance of the economy regarding »upswing«, »recession«, or »boom« periods, i. e. the classification of the state of the economy into a limited number of discrete states. In this context the principal challenge is to reduce the multifaceted and sometimes abundant quantitative information about the business cycle to such qualitative statements in an efficient way. For more than six years this task was the focus of the project »Multivariate determination and analysis of business cycles« within the SFB 475 »Reduction of complexity in multivariate data structures«, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The necessity for complexity reduction is, of course, not unique to business cycle analysis but is studied in many fields and in a number of ways. This broad interest in the reduction of problem dimensionality and in the appropriate combination of data and of theory caused the RWI Essen and the Statistical Department of the University of Dortmund in January 2002 to hold a workshop at the RWI Essen where the findings of this and similar projects were presented and discussed. The present publication collects revised versions of the papers presented at this workshop. Although the workshop took place some five years ago, these papers mark an importent juncture in the development of business cycle research.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.05.2020
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Plant Hormone Receptors
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The Nato Advanced Research Workshop on Plant Hormone Receptors was held at the Physik Zentrum in Bad Honnef near Bonn, August 18-22, 1986. This workshop was mainly supported by the Nato Scientific Affairs Division and additionally cosponsered by Hoechst AG, Frankfurt and BASF AG, Ludwigshafen. The workshop aimed at focusing research on plant hormone recep tors. It should provide an opportunity to all who work in this field to report on their very recent data and to discuss their results with the most competent' colleagues. The total number of participants was limited to 30 to ensure personal contact and intensive discussions. Everyone had to either give a lecture or practical course. One half of the participants were invited, the other was selected by applications. Plant hormone receptors are assumed to exist but clear results are still rare. Nevertheless encouraging results have been published over the last years. Receptors for animal hormones and neuronal transmitters are well characterized, both structu rally and functionally. Therefore scientists dealing with recep tors for steroid hormones - Prof. E.E. Baulieu, Paris and Prof. J. R. Gustafsson, Huddinge - and for acetylcholine - Prof. A. Maelicke, Dortmund - were invited to participate in the workshop.

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Stand: 26.05.2020
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