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(2021-06-10) - Journal articleWe present a numerically exact method to compute the full counting statistics of heat transfer in non-Markovian open quantum systems, which is based on the time-evolving matrix product operator (TEMPO) algorithm. This ...
How to reduce household costs for people with tuberculosis : a longitudinal costing survey in Nepal (2021-06-03) - Journal articleThe aim of this study was to compare costs and socio-economic impact of tuberculosis (TB) for patients diagnosed through active (ACF) and passive case finding (PCF) in Nepal. A longitudinal costing survey was conducted in ...
Reproductive strategies change with time in a newly founded colony of spotless starlings (Sturnus unicolor) (2021-05-07) - Journal articleVariation in avian reproductive strategies is often studied from a comparative perspective, since even closely-related taxa differ greatly in the degree of polygyny, extra-pair paternity (EPP) or intra-specific brood-parasitism. ...
(2021-06-14) - Journal itemState–space models (SSMs) are an important modeling framework for analyzing ecological time series. These hierarchical models are commonly used to model population dynamics, animal movement, and capture-recapture data, and ...
(Presă Universitară Clujeană, 2021) - Book item