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Heerkens, Lidewij (author)
The Nederlandse- Voedsel en Warenautoriteit (NVWA) asked the at-first-sight simple question of how to combine risk-based and random methods for inspection. Risk-based and random inspection methods have contrasting incentives. Risk-based inspection increases efficiency and allocates resources efficiently but fails to regulate low and emergent...
master thesis 2023
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Cullinan, Caroline (author)
Throughout history, complex societal problems have plagued societies with their ever-changing dynamic natures and sheer societal consequences. In efforts to address such complex problems, many actors have turned to participatory methods as a means to incorporate community level knowledge and produce community-oriented solutions while addressing...
master thesis 2021
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Jitin Gopakumar, Jitin (author)
The research was conducted looking into the possibilities of local manufacturing and assembly of medical devices in low and middle-income countries. Desktop research and expert interviews were conducted to learn the operations of medical devices (and other product) manufacturers. The interview process validated the literature study and also...
master thesis 2021
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de Jonge, Floor (author)
The sustainability of the Dutch healthcare system is under severe pressure with increasing expenditure, more demand for care and a shortage of healthcare professionals. In the current healthcare system, providers are rewarded for increasing volume, but not for adding value, which only exacerbates the situation. Value-based healthcare (VBHC) is a...
master thesis 2021
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Meenakshi Sundaram, Aarthi (author)
With increasing urbanization it has become increasingly important to focus on reducing emissions at a residential level. Decisions of households to adopt emissions reducing technologies are influenced not just by economic factors, but by the type of social networks they are embedded in. There is however little insight into the relationship...
master thesis 2021
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Guleij, Laura (author)
The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry is driven by dynamic competition, globalization, and increasing pressure to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction. The increased uncertainty and complexity of coordination, result in the companies’ necessity to innovate and obtain capabilities for responsiveness and decision¬ making. Hereby,...
master thesis 2021
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Klaassen, Roos (author)
The growing import of illegal products in the Netherlands via container ships causes increased violence, addiction, and tax evasion in the Dutch society. With the current criminal detection practices the Dutch National Police and Dutch Customs do not manage to intercept the majority of the illegal shipments. The resources used by the Dutch...
master thesis 2021
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van Ofwegen, Nathan (author)
Embeddedreal-time systems that have cost or energy constraints are usually limited inprocessing power and memory. This limitation typically leads to applyingsimpler execution models such as non-preemptive scheduling. A problem with anon-preemptive real-time system is that finding a schedule without causingdeadline misses is...
master thesis 2020
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Pappala, Karan (author)
Urban cities are growing every day due to rising population, vehicular traffic, immigrants looking for opportunities and to accommodate this, cities are expanding and reshaping at an immense rate. People travel within a city for various purposes but the destination locations are the main reason for the movement. It is proved that locations...
master thesis 2020
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van Es, Tom (author)
Global containerised cargo volumes are increasing at a high rate, requiring ports to increase their throughput. Containers are transported to the hinterland by truck, train, or barge. In the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp, container barges have high in-port times, of which they spend a lot of time ineffectively. This affects these ports’...
master thesis 2019
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Mašović, Matti (author)
Port call efficiency (PCE) is an important factor in the port choice of shipping lines. This research strives to contribute to the current work on PCE optimization. This is done by applying relative new techniques on port call related data. A combination of process mining (PM) and discrete event simulation (DEVS) is explored, with the Port of...
master thesis 2019
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Fernandez Gelonch, Silvia (author)
master thesis 2018
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Minderhoud, Melle (author)
A large increase in containerized maritime transport, bigger ships and bigger call sizes cause the need for container transhipment terminals to increase the volume they can handle without increasing their handling costs and handling time at the terminal. This research aims at deepening the understanding of how this goal can be achieved through...
master thesis 2018
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Castelijn, Jaron (author)
Although the motivational capacity of serious games is well supported in theory, few experimental studies have been conducted so far. This study contributes to this knowledge gap by using a serious game to try and increase the currently low student retention in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). For this, a serious game was specifically...
master thesis 2017
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de Waal, Jan-Wouter (author)
A System Dynamics study towards the potential effects of interventions on the food waste produced by households. Households are a major contributor to the waste of food within the Netherlands. There are negative consequences regarding the waste of food. A causal relation diagram is created, a set of interventions is defined, and based upon a...
master thesis 2017
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