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Adjodha, Sharwan (author)
In the coming decades, more frequent and more extensive climate disasters such as coastal and river floods, droughts, extreme weather, and wildfires can be expected worldwide. Innovations will be required to face this grand challenge. The BRIGAID project developed a methodology consisting of a Test- and Implementation Framework and a set of...
master thesis 2019
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Matzorou, Violetta (author)
The dietary habits changed drastically since 1980 and the chemical composition of a lot of processed foods was altered to meet new requirements. This nutrition shift along with the industrialisation and the rise of the sedentary lifestyle, led to the spread of the obesity epidemic which still manifests in many countries, including European....
master thesis 2019
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Vetter, Elias (author)
The limitation of natural resources forces humanity to rethink its current habits of material use. Plastic product packaging, fossil fuels for transportation and energy generation are just a few examples of highly resource intensive processes in modern society. Urgency of this matter increases due to the fast-growing world population and big...
master thesis 2019
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Özağaç, Deniz (author)
One of the main challenges of the recently popular data science field is establishing a common ground of understanding between technical methods and domain knowledge. Making smart and effective use of data is just as important for public organizations as it is for private organizations as our cities and their problems get more complex with...
master thesis 2018
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Mahmoudifard, Sobhan (author)
master thesis 2018
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Bonifacius Adrianto, Bonifacius Adri (author)
There is nowadays an increased use of data, reaching 2.5 exabytes globally, and is expected to double every two years (Morvan, 2016). An enormous amount of data can now be generated, ranging from smartphones to sensors in machineries. However, most organizations are reported to be able to only create and store data, and creating added value from...
master thesis 2017
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Aldy Gustinara Darwili, Aldy (author)
Italy’s economic crisis – arguably – poses the greatest challenge to the future of European economic and monetary integration, not just because of the relative size of the Italian economy or because Italy has been a founding member of the European Union and its forerunner. A more important reason is the country’s pre-crisis economic stagnation...
master thesis 2017
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Ahmad, Soma (author)
master thesis 2017
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Irava, R. (author)
Advances in technology have increased interest in indoor positioning services as they represent a high business potential. However, implementing them did not have the expected success rate for businesses because users did not see enough value in using the indoor positioning services and perceived them as being intrusive. Thus, companies have...
master thesis 2016
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Witteveen, R.F.W. (author)
This thesis is written in the context of a world in which renewable energy assumes an ever growing share within the Dutch electricity sector. Given the fluctuating output of renewable energy sources, the importance of the Dutch secondary reserve capacity market is expected to increase considerably in upcoming years. Its architecture, a monopsony...
master thesis 2016
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Theunissen, N.P. (author)
master thesis 2016
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van der Ploeg, S.F. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Vlas, T.E. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Leysen, S.L.J. (author)
With stagnating growth rates among a majority of its members, soaring unemployment figures and an increased risk of deflation, the economic conditions of the European economy do not strongly reflect a stronger and more united Europe as was intended by the monetary unification in 2001. On the contrary, the recent painstaking negotiations between...
master thesis 2015
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Kruijthoff, K. (author)
Within technological R&D companies, the decisions made within their Strategic Technology Planning (STP) process are of great importance due to their financial, legal and competitive repercussions. For this reason their R&D managers want to be as widely informed as possible about the risks and benefits of developing a certain technology. As the...
master thesis 2015
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Rutten, G.J.T. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Swager, C.R. (author)
Within electricity markets, serious concerns exist whether a competitive electricity market will provide the necessary incentives for investment in generation. In Europe several countries are looking at the options of implementing a capacity mechanism. A capacity market provides a possible solution to this problem of generation adequacy but the...
master thesis 2014
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Armbrust, T.M.P. (author)
An Agent Based Model is devised of the Brazilian bio-ethanol system in order to experiment with the emergence of a biokerosene supply chain within this existing market. The results show how the government blending mandate enforces a biomass competition for biofuels which means that the price of biokerosene can not reach kerosene price parity.
master thesis 2014
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Vom Lehn, H. (author)
A number of technological developments such as cloud computing and big data analysis have affected the way in which personal data are processed. These developments go coupled with the currently prevalent business model of free online services that are financed through advertisements and an analysis of user data. Based on these developments, it...
master thesis 2014
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Setiya, K. (author)
High-tech and dynamic markets are faced with a rapidly changing environment and consumer requirements. At the same time, UGC is increasing drastically over the past years. UGC is becoming increasingly important in purchasing decisions while the business intelligence methods that leverage UGC are still in their infancy. A model that presents a...
master thesis 2014
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