Campus 1 der FH Wiener Neustadt
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Ingo Feinerer

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Priv.-Doz. Dr. Dr.

Ingo Feinerer

Position

Leiter Fakultät Technik

Standort

Campus 1 Wiener Neustadt
Johannes Gutenberg-Straße 3
2700 Wiener Neustadt
83648 M Jpg Lgfs

Publikationen

  • Reischl, Christian/Feinerer, Ingo (2018): Benford's Law als Mittel zur gutachterlichen Plausibilitätsabschätzung. In: SACHVERSTÄNDIGE.
  • Green, Christopher D./Feinerer, Ingo (2017): How the launch of a new journal in 1904 may have changed the relationship between psychology and philosophy. In: History of Psychology.
  • Winter, Karolin/Rinderle-Ma, Stefanie/Grossmann, Wilfried/Feinerer, Ingo/Ma, Zhendong (2017): Characterizing regulatory documents and guidelines based on text mining. In: OTM 2017: On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems.. Springer.
  • Elgesem, Dag/Feinerer, Ingo/Steskal, Lubos (2016): Bloggers' Responses to the Snowden Affair: Combining Automated and Manual Methods in the Analysis of News Blogging. In: Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Springer.
  • Green, Christopher D./Feinerer, Ingo (2016): The Evolution of the American Journal of Psychology, 1904-1918: A Network Investigation. In: The American Journal of Psychology.
  • Feinerer, Ingo/Pichler, Reinhard/Sallinger, Emanuel/Savenkov, Vadim (2015): On the undecidability of the equivalence of second-order tuple generating dependencies. In: Information Systems. Elsevier.
  • Feinerer, Ingo/Franconi, Enrico/Guagliardo Paolo (2015): Lossless selection views under conditional domain constraints. In: IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering. IEEE Computer Society.
  • Green, Christopher D./Feinerer, Ingo/Burman, Jeremy T. (2015): Searching for the structure of early American psychology: Networking Psychological Review, 1894-1908. In: History of Psychology. American Psychological Association.
  • Green, Christopher D./Feinerer, Ingo (2015): The evolution of The American Journal of Psychology 1, 1887-1903: A network investigation. In: The American Journal of Psychology. University of Illinois Press.