The performances of the CRG-clustering clustering, K-means , DBSCAN , RLClu , NJW
, and SC-DA  algorithm are compared through the experiments.
1, 1983, NJW
83 (1043), 1983); PFEIFFER, STRAFPROZESSORDNUNG [section] 147 Rn.
(32) In 2003, for instance, the German Federal Constitutional Court held that Muslims could wear their veils while teaching (rejecting the idea that public authorities could themselves decide to implement a ban, but not objecting to legislation to that effect); (subsequently eight Laender legislated to ban headscarves): Kopftuch-Urteil [Headscarf Decision], Entscheidungen des Bundesverfassungsgerichts (BVerf GE)(Federal Constitutional Court) 108, 282 24/9/03, 2 BvR 1436/02, NJW
2003, 3111 (F.R.G).
(4.) On this see: Michaelis, Unmittelbare Drittwirkung der Grundfreiheiten - Zum Fall Angonese, in: NJW
Leible, S and Sosnitza, O (2004), 'Neues zur Storerhaftung von Internet-Auktionshausern', Neue Juristische Wochenschrift (NJW
Initial degree of development (IDD), defined as DD at the beginning of rearing, was calculated as initial shell width divided by native juvenile shell width at metamorphosis (i.e., IDD = IW/NJW), where NJW
is the estimated shell width at metamorphosis for the individuals that stay in the wild population until metamorphosis (Fig.
The proposals, by NJW
Developments, would have seen 84 houses built on the western part of the site, near to Palmersville Metro Station, with a park and ride car park while industrial units would be built on the derelict land closest to Whitley Road.
The scheme is in conjunction with Lancashire-based property company NJW
Developments, which want to build 100,000 sq ft of offices and industrial buildings on the 10-acre site.
(40) German Supreme Court in Civil Law NJW