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Abstract: Wer sich dem Urheberrecht zuwendet, so sagt man, wird ein gewisses eigenes künstlerisches Interesse nicht abstreiten können. Ohne musischen Bezug ist dieses Rechtsgebiet nur schwer zugänglich. In erster Linie geht es um das Recht des Urhebers, also um die rechtliche Anerkennung seiner schöpferischen Leistung. Das Urheberrecht soll sich somit gleichermaßen an den musisch interessierten Juristen wie auch an den rechtlich interessierten Künstler wenden.Eine historische Betrachtung rechtfertigt sich schon aus der allgemeinen Erfahrung, daß geschichtliche Tatbestände eine gute Möglichkeit bieten, Erkenntnisse für Fragen der Gegenwart zu gewinnen.

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Abstract: ObjectivesThe significance of Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) has risen steadily during the last decades due to trends like logistics outsourcing or the structural change in the types of goods transported. From the freight transport modeller's point of view, integrating LSPs into freight transport models is essential to be capable of describing possible future developments. Especially important is the knowledge of the spatial distribution patterns of LSP locations e.g. to represent network routing of mixed cargo shipments more accurately. Moreover, attributes characterizing the LSP locations are helpful to relate them to traffic generation. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to present intermediate results of empirical work on LSP locations in Germany and their multiple attributes. Drawing on these findings we generate LTL freight for Germany.Data and methodologyFirstly, to identify spatial patterns of LSP locations, a secondary data analysis on the German LSP´s sites was conducted. Data on LSPs and their logistics locations including attributes like geolocation, employment, operations area, infrastructure access, or market segments served was collected. The resulting database was further combined with publicly accessible data e.g. to compute distances to highways. In this paper, the results of statistical analyses on the sample are presented. The sample´s representativeness and completeness of the database are discussed as well. Secondly we generate the LTL freight of LSPs based on generation rates and the location database. The model results are verified in two different ways.Expected resultsThe findings of this paper shed some light on the locations of the German LSP sector and the freight transport it generates. These insights especially include spatial configuration and are highly relevant for freight transport and land use planning policies. In addition, we show a new freight demand generation model based on data of logistics locations or, if we find a way to generate them synthetically, based on more available statistical data.

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Abstract: With an ongoing division of labor and concentration on core competencies in logistics, the flexibility and quality in logistics services can be increased in terms of contracting specialists for each step in a supply chain. In order to participate in such an environment and act successfully on the market, it is essential for logistics service providers to follow a service oriented paradigm and modularize their service portfolio from static end-to-end solutions to a flexible set of modular services. One of the main challenges is to find a ’suitable’ level of granularity for the modularization of existing logistics services. In this paper a conceptual framework of service granularity levels is developed. A systematic literature review is conducted in order to find existing concepts of service granularity. Findings are analyzed and finally synthesized towards their suitability for logistics services. Domain specific composition is supported by the logistics service map concept that contains catalog and construction kit for modular services. The paper’s contribution is a Service Granularity Framework dedicated to specialized scholars of service science and practitioners of logistics.

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Abstract: Utility, defined as the perceived satisfaction with a service, provides the ideal means for decision making on the level of individual entities and collectives participating in a large-scale dynamic system. Previous works have already introduced the concept into the area of collective adaptive systems, and have discussed what is the necessary infrastructure to support the realization of the involved theoretical concepts into actual decision making. In this work we focus on two aspects. First, we provide a concrete utility model for a case study that is part of a larger research project. Second, we incorporate this model into our implementation of the proposed architecture. More importantly, we design and execute an experiment that aims to empirically evaluate the use of utility for decision making by comparing it against simpler decision making mechanisms.

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