In the Iranian public media, it was widely reported that by the end of 2004, 380 hectares of the eastern farthest end of the Peninsula Mianqala (northern part of Iran, located in the southeastern coasts of Caspian Sea) were sold to an organisation – the result is that "Asurada" Island will be turned into a so-called “Tourist Village”. The decision has been made and civil works are to begin. The village planned as a new settlement is specifically considered to work with Mianqala, which since June 1976 is an international biosphere reserve and since 1969, an Iranian nature protected area. Considering the special condition of the region as a biosphere reserve, this paper introduces the current situation of the Island Āŝūrāda and the suggested program by the aforementioned organisation. Subsequently, it tries to find an optimal answer to the question of whether "Āŝūrāda" is appropriate for such a purpose and how far it is allowed to be interfered with, through this new settlement. The paper asserts for this development, there is consideration of the settlement’s urban and architectural concept; subsequently analysis is conducted for the spatial development of the settlement, in terms of its influences on the ecological sources, the rural structure and the financial as well as social aspects. Such study is required, particularly due to the chain of tourist influences, which certainly will introduce a new pattern of urban character in terms of quality and quantity. Finally, with the assistance of the case presented, this paper poses the question of whether a new urban pattern like this can endanger a traditional and above all a nature protected context or not.
This Essay considers the motives and the formation of European New Towns, in particular German ones. For this reason it studies basically the development of German New towns, further defines the German classification of this urban term. This essay suggests additionally for this sense a kind of classification in Germany – considering to periodical as well as formal progress of German New towns. All suggested classes are specifically and individually recognized and introduced, for each one is also given specific examples. Each case is furthermore introduced and it’s motive of formation and development are considered as well, e.g. cities like Ludwigshafen, Hellerau, Wolfsburg, Wulfen. Regarding to the development of German New Towns and up to the given facts in the essay, the current and the expected situation of German New towns are finally considered, also the sense of German experiences for Iranian New towns, and it’s possible significance for them.
Langvorträge: T. Schorr, A. Dittrich, W. Sauer-Greff, R. Urbansky (Lehrstuhl für Nachrichtentechnik, TU Kaiserslautern): Iterative Equalization in Fibre Optical Systems Using High-Rate RCPR, BCH and LDPC Codes A. Doenmez, T. Hehn, J. B. Huber (Lehrstuhl für Informationsübertragung, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg): Analytical Calculation of Thresholds for LDPC Codes transmitted over Binary Erasure Channels S. Deng, T. Weber (Institut für Nachrichtentechnik und Informationselektronik, Universität Rostock), M. Meurer (Lehrstuhl für hochfrequente Signalübertragung und -verarbeitung, TU Kaiserslautern): Dynamic Resource Allocation in Future OFDM Based Mobile Radio Systems J. Hahn, M. Meurer, T. Weber (Lehrstuhl für hochfrequente Signalübertragung und -verarbeitung, TU Kaiserslautern): Receiver Oriented FEC Coding (RFC) for Selective Channels C. Stierstorfer, R. Fischer (Lehrstuhl für Informationsübertragung, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg): Comparison of Code Design Requirements for Single- and Multicarrier Transmission over Frequency-Selective MIMO Channels A. Scherb (Arbeitsbereich Nachrichtentechnik, Universität Bremen): Unbiased Semiblind Channel Estimation for Coded Systems T.-J. Liang, W. Rave, G. Fettweis (Vodafone Stiftungslehrstuhl Mobile Nachrichtensysteme, Technische Universität Dresden): Iterative Joint Channel Estimation and Decoding Using Superimposed Pilots in OFDM-WLAN A. Dittrich, T. Schorr, W. Sauer-Greff, R. Urbansky (Lehrstuhl für Nachrichtentechnik, TU Kaiserslautern): DIORAMA - An Iterative Decoding Real-Time MATLAB Receiver for the Multicarrier-Based Digital Radio DRM Kurzvorträge: S. Plass, A. Dammann (German Aerospace Center (DLR)): Radio Resource Management for MC-CDMA over Correlated Rayleigh Fading Channels S. Heilmann, M. Meurer, S. Abdellaoui, T. Weber (Lehrstuhl für hochfrequente Signalübertragung und -verarbeitung, TU Kaiserslautern): Concepts for Accurate Low-Cost Signature Based Localisation of Mobile Terminals M. Siegrist, A. Dittrich, W. Sauer-Greff, R. Urbansky (Lehrstuhl für Nachrichtentechnik, TU Kaiserslautern): SIMO and MIMO Concepts for Fibre Optical Communications C. Bockelmann (Arbeitsbereich Nachrichtentechnik, Universität Bremen): Sender- und Empfängerstrukturen für codierte MIMO-Übertragung
This technical report contains the preliminary versions of the regular papers presented at the first workshop on Verification of Adaptive Systems (VerAS) that has been held in Kaiserslautern, Germany, on September 14th, 2007 as part of the 20th International Conference on Theorem Proving in Higher Order Logics. The final versions will be published with Elsevier's Electronic Notes on Theoretical Computer Science (ENTCS). VerAS is the first workshop that aims at considering adaptation as a cross-cutting system aspect that needs to be explicitly addressed in system design and verification. The program committee called for original submissions on formal modeling, specification, verification, and implementation of adaptive systems. There were six submissions from different countries of Europe. Each submission has been reviewed by three programme committee members. Finally, the programme committee decided to accept three of the six submissions. Besides the presentations of the regular papers, the workshop's programme included a tutorial on the `Compositional Verification of Self-Optimizing Mechatronic Systems' held by Holger Giese (University of Paderborn, Germany) as well as three presentations of DASMOD projects on the verification of adaptive systems.
This technical report is the Emerging Trends proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Theorem Proving in Higher Order Logics (TPHOLs 2007), which was held during 10-13 September in Kaiserslautern, Germany. TPHOLs covers all aspects of theorem proving in higher order logics as well as related topics in theorem proving and veriﬁcation.