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Rovers, Tim (author)
This master thesis explores to what degree information about a company's commitment to privacy can be extracted from a privacy statement. To do this, firstly a new database of more than 1500 privacy statements is created using Amazon Mechanical Turk. Next, 72 different aspects related to privacy of the statements are enumerated by using natural...
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Wittebrood, Alex (author)
Energy storage systems (ESS) are expected to be one of the main pillars for a future renewable based power system. Since all sectors are electrifying and variable renewable energy (VRE) is being deployed more quickly than transmission and distribution operators are able to connect them to the electricity grid. Flexible capacity on multiple...
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Leussink, Sander (author)
Infectious diseases are responsible for about one quarter of all deaths worldwide and it is likely that major epidemics will emerge in the near future. Through the airline system, diseases can spread around the world rapidly and are more and more likely to do so. At the same time, air connectivity is essential for countries with inadequate land...
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van der Wielen, Michael (author)
In recent years the growth in the amount of available data has increased enormously. More and more companies, government organizations and citizens are becoming data dependent. Simultaneously with this growth in the availability of the amount of data, there is increasing interest in opening up this data. Open data is data that is freely...
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Schot, Paul (author)
Frey and Osborne (2013) have researched the effects of current digitization and robotization of society and concluded 47 percent of American jobs have a high probability of disappearing between now and the year 2030. There are signs that these technological developments may lead to a fourth industrial revolution and consequently, unemployment...
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Yosira Ayu Jawata, Yosi (author)
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Roes, Nena (author)
Agent-based modelling (ABM) is a widespread and commonly used technique for the understanding of social system behaviour. Despite ABM being a commonly used method for the analysis of complex social systems, simulated agents still can best be described as autistic before a specific set of social rules is ascribed to them. This discrepancy leads...
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Kerssens, Sabine (author)
In the Netherlands 2 million tons organic bio-waste is not fully sorted and ends up burned or landfilled. This process is unnecessarily harming the health of people, animals and our planet every year. With our waste quantities only increasing, this is an important topic on the European agenda.<br/><br/>The creation of user-driven, self...
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Birch, Nigel (author)
The aim of this thesis is to gain insights into the impact that various variables have on the topological evolution of a public transit network in a polycentric urban region. These variables are: the spatial structure of the polycentric urban region, the demand distribution, the operational costs and multimodality versus unimodality. To gain...
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Meijering, Jasper (author)
In an emergency, humanitarian organisations share information to prevent redundant data collection and avoid gaps and overlap in the relief activities that they undertake. An analysis of hygiene kit distribution in the Bangladesh-Myanmar displacement crisis and consultation of both literature and humanitarian professionals led to the...
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Millross, Tom (author)
The Industrial Ecology Data Commons (IEDC) is a relational database designed as an open “platform to exchange industrial ecology datasets” (Pauliuk et al., forthcoming). It is positioned as an implementation of the ‘general data model (GDM) for socioeconomic metabolism’, which the authors state “can be used to structure all data that can be...
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Juan García, David (author)
This research explores the factors that challenge the implementation of Revenue Management (RM) in manufacturing industries. Previous research focused mainly on Order Management to explain how RM could be applied with studies that are mathematical by nature. However, there is no empirical study explaining the implementation process of RM in...
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van Biemen, Thomas (author)
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Maximillian, Stanley (author)
This thesis researches the influence of various communication channels, considering the psychological aspect of consumers, to the adoption process of residential PV system, using agent-based modeling case study in the Netherlands. Agent-based model is used to explore how PV adoption dynamic behavior emerges as the result of information transfer...
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de Ronde, Xander (author)
The increased decentralisation and heterogeneity of critical infrastructure systems pose a threat to the safe and secure operation of critical infrastructures by complicating cybersecurity procedures. The increased frequency and impact of cyberthreats have led to the desire to develop coherent security policies. In order to explore the effects...
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Bartholomew, Erin (author)
Methods for decision support in the context of deep uncertainty have been gaining interest in the context of complex and adaptive problems that are characterized by “tipping point” behaviours. Unlike a traditional “predict-then-act” methods, which determine policies based on specific predictions of future behaviour, these decision support...
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Wäckerlin, Niels (author)
In a globalizing world, cities find themselves competing more and more for the likes of visitors, residents, investors, and companies. Simultaneously, cities may attempt to ignite synergies by working together with other cities in the region. Two core concepts of the place branding domain, image and identity, are central to this situation....
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Feil, Wouter (author)
Airports are a special critical infrastructure in a disaster response from a resilience point of view. They must overcome two types of shocks when they are affected by a disaster. They are not only hit by a disaster, which decreases their performances. Airports also need to act as a humanitarian and logistic hub for the disaster response which...
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Alkema, Vincent (author)
In the response phase of sudden-onset natural disasters, information is of crucial importance for relief organisations and their aid workers. Information is necessary for gaining situational awareness in a disaster for effective decision-making in response operations. In my research, an information system is designed that maps the reachability...
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Stevens, Lars (author)
Situation: Information management enables humanitarian organizations to make adequate interventions based on timely, appropriate and trustworthy information. A crucial type of information are identities, because they can be used to assess vulnerability and efficiently manage aid distribution. Vulnerability determines who receives aid first...
master thesis 2018
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