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Research activities

Theoretical areas
  • Algorithms for Ad-hoc- and sensor networks
  • Algorithms for special graph classes
  • Hierarchical graph modells
  • Grid oriented graph modells
  • Graph replacement systems
Applied areas
  • Analysis of chewing activities
  • Algorithmic analysis of cortical hierarchies in primate brains
  • Algorithms for movement optimization in conveyer flow-shop processings
  • Computer Aided Design of mechanical locking systems
Current projects: Algorithmic analysis of chewing movements

Chewing movements are rhythmic up-and-down movements in combination with sideways movements of the lower jaw, which are initiated by biting off or bringing the food into the oral cavity. This project deals with the algorithmic efficiency analysis of chewing movements. It is a cooperation between UKD and HHU.

Assessment of chewing efficiency

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