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Khaleghi, Aaron (author)
The consumer lending domain has increasingly leveraged Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make loan approval processes more efficient and to make use of larger amount of information to predict their applicants’ repayment ability. Over time, however, valid concerns have been raised about whether decisions made about individuals using these data...
master thesis 2020
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van de Kamp, Maarten (author)
All over the world, governments are facing sustainability challenges, which are among others related to car use and ownership. Car ownership research is traditionally mainly focussed on the effect of socio-demographic characteristics, like age, income and having a driving license. More recent research showed that life events related to work,...
master thesis 2020
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Slooff, Duco (author)
As the world is transitioning from conventional to renewable energy sources, governments and energy utilities face the challenge to match the supply profile of these intermittent sources to the energy demand. Energy storage is being considered as one of the potential solutions to cope with the variability of renewables. Belgium is not only...
master thesis 2019
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van Berkel, Nick (author)
Real investment within non-financial corporations has been steadily decreasing in the last fifty years, as increased payout to shareholders is seen as one of the main causes . Chetty & Saez (2006) argue that taxes on profits, dividend payout and capital gain also have a negative impact on payout, and thus real investment in non-financial...
master thesis 2019
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Savelkoul, Stijn (author)
The continuous innovation within the telecommunications industry is compounded by changing risks for the consumer. This is the case within the Netherlands, where the use of the internet has a pervasive influence on society, necessitating robust telecommunication networks and services. The telecommunications industry is regulated by the...
master thesis 2019
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Grund, Dave (author)
The frequency of occurrence and the size of natural disaster is increasing, with more people to beaffected in the coming years. The impact is huge, with major infrastructures being damaged andaccess to basic needs cut off for the disaster struck regions. The affected regions and communitiesare dependent on the delivery of disaster relief aid, by...
master thesis 2019
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Pijnenburg, Marcha (author)
It is expected that the express delivery market will grow strongly in the coming years. This growth, however, is restricted by the shortage of express transportation capacity and is increasingly causing congestion. The transport sector is not only subject to this growing demand from a business perspective but also faces environmental challenges....
bachelor thesis 2019
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Rakas, Nick (author)
Autonomous vehicles have advanced rapidly in the last decades. The automotive industry is making valiant efforts to strengthen autonomous vehicle technologies and improve overall road safety. Besides actual safety, feeling safe is equally important. In other words, there is also a socio-technical perspective of self-driving vehicles that should...
master thesis 2019
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Faujdar, Vidyottama (author)
Research ProblemIn today’s competitive and fast-paced nature of conducting business in the semiconductor industry, the discipline of revenue management (RM) is often mentioned. Through a dynamic pricing capability, RM enables firms to maximize profits by capitalizing on missed revenues. Moreover, RM enables customers to receive products on short...
master thesis 2019
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Renaud, Anneroos (author)
The growing share of renewable electricity generation poses a balancing challenge on the electricity grid and thus increases probability of for congestion on the electricity grid. On the supply side, flexibility can be built into the system. One option for a market to avoid congestion is the redispatch market, which is the way of solving...
master thesis 2019
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Hoppenreijs, Marrit (author)
The European financial sector is a frequent victim of banking malware leading to massive losses. It appears that not all customers’ banks are equally attractive targets among cybercriminals who deploy banking malware. This research established a comprehensive regression model explaining why certain banks are more attractive to cybercriminals....
master thesis 2019
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Vu Kim, Monika (author)
Increasingly companies are facing tough challenges due to fast paced technological developments, shortening product life cycles and new forms of business models. Therefore innovating is crucial for companies to stay competitive and enter new markets. Large corporations have difficulty in breaking silos and developing breakthrough innovations due...
master thesis 2019
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Vaporidis, Dimitrios-Marios (author)
In this Master Thesis project, the objective is to study how can Supervised Machine Learning be used to detect text-based rumours for humanitarian activities in Twitter. A model was developed in this project in order to classify a tweet at question whether is a rumour or not and whether is relevant to humanitarian activities or not. The findings...
master thesis 2019
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Bouwman, Xander (author)
Organizations benefit from improved cybersecurity threat detection capabilities if they share information in a community of their peers. However, organizations are unlikely to share the sensitive information that is most valuable as this poses individual risks. Information sharing in cybersecurity communities therefore forms a collective action...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeulen, Alex (author)
A Master Thesis Research to determine the effects various demand distributions and operational cost functions have on the evolution and shape of a monocentric metropolitan transport network using a conceptual model, evaluated using network indicators.<br/>
master thesis 2018
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van den Meiracker, Tom (author)
Electricity is a basic need in today`s society, being present in almost every aspect of life. The extensive infrastructure that transports electricity to the consumers, is expected to always work. At the same time there is a growing realism that the energy sector needs to modernise and ‘greenify’, in order to become more climate friendly. This...
master thesis 2018
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Šalehar, Darija (author)
As blockchain technology became more established in the financial arena, federal health IT officials, vendors and developers started looking at its potential and its use in the healthcare sector. Lately, there has been a major hype around the potential of the technology. It is described as a disruptive technology that could enable business model...
master thesis 2017
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Shinde, Rhythima (author)
More than 200 million Indians are without electricity, and the majority lies in the rural areas, where the central grid fails to reach due to unreliable distribution and inconsistent terrain. The solutions that reach include majorly, decentralized energy resources via solar micro-grids, or solar home systems. New projects of energy sharing are...
master thesis 2017
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Ravulakollu, Anil (author)
Today, shipping industry is a complex system involving multiple actors, multiple interests and intricate interactions occurring at different levels.With any disruption to interaction occurring there would be multiple impacts and accumulation of costs on individual actors operating in the system.Unless these risks are well understood and...
master thesis 2017
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Baldew, Vishan (author)
master thesis 2017
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