In preparing these variables, the object should always form an array, which bears the name of the module and contains all other session variables of the object. Cross-talk between modules over self-initialized session-variables is to avoid. Together, these rules prevent the occurrence of unwanted overlaps and thus errors when loading new modules.Each module must have standardized methods for initialization, input and output, which are called by the main program:
MAKERGAUL - Supplemental Material 3 (ZIP)
MAKERGAUL software including all source codes and configuration files. In this archive, all source codes and compiled programs are given. We strongly recommend reading the "readme.txt" and Supplemental Material 3 files prior installation.
Supplemental Material 1 (ZIP)
MAKERGAUL analysis model and its implementation as an iterative algorithm. In this summary, all assumptions and examples codes that were used for establishment of the MAKERGAUL algorithm are given.
Supplemental Material 2 (PDF)
MAKERGAUL and its components. In this summary, details of the structure, main functions and program handling of MAKERGAUL are given.
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Raw-data and analysis results obtained with MAKERGAUL and MAKERGAUL_C. In this archive, all excel sheets used in our study are given. These include the original data set of Verheulen et al. (Referenz) and both the MAKERGAUL and MAKERGAUL_C computed data. After extraction, the different examples can be viewed with open office.
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Description of the examined performance parameters of MAKERGAUL and MAKERGAUL_C. In this document, details of the performance parameters bias, variability, precision, linearity, and resolution are given for both algorithms.
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Data sets used for generation of figures in this manuscript. All data in this supplement is given in a rar file. After extraction, the different examples can be viewed with open office.
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