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van Opstal, Lucas (author)
The Netherlands is subject to labour scarcity across a variety of industries. While labour scarcity has occurred in the past, only now the consequences of higher educational attainment have become prevalent in the Netherlands. Due to a shortage of vocational workers and a population that is getting older, circumstances ask for adequate policy...
master thesis 2023
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de Haas, Huck (author)
The Gulf of Mottama, located in the southwest of Myanmar, is home to morphologically interesting processes. An entrance of around 100 km wide narrows into a funnel­shaped bay towards the Sittaung River in the north. The entire estuary region is subject to strong dynamic morphological activity which is alleged to be driven by the large tidal...
master thesis 2021
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Difrancesco, Rita Maria (author), van Schilt, Isabelle M. (author), Winkenbach, Matthias (author)
The explosive growth of e-commerce creates a need for increasingly responsive omni-channel fulfillment capabilities, which raises new challenges in inventory management and order fulfillment for retailers. In response to these challenges, many retailers attempt to establish so-called ship-from-store concepts, which leverage their physical...
journal article 2021
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Diaz, Vitali (author), Corzo, Gerald A. (author), Pérez, José R. (author)
Extreme hydrological events (EHEs), such as droughts and floods, vary spatially and temporally in nature. The increase in the number of events in the last few decades has motivated the research of the spatiotemporal variability of the future extreme precipitation and temperature. To study the consequences on the EHEs due to the uncertainty of...
book chapter 2019
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Le, Hung Manh (author), Corzo, Gerald A. (author), Medina, Vicente (author), Diaz, Vitali (author), Nguyen, Bang Luong (author), Solomatine, D.P. (author)
Drought indicators are of critical importance in characterization and forecasting. The use of the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) has increasingly become the main tool for drought analysis; however, the index lacks hydrological information useful as a proxy for other types of droughts. This study aims at evaluating the SPI against the...
book chapter 2019
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Auping, Willem L. (author)
Simulation models are increasingly used for exploring the consequences of deep uncertainty in complex societal issues. The complexity of societal grand challenges, often characterised by the interrelatedness of different elements in the systems underlying these challenges, often renders mental simulation impossible, necessitating the use of...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Wigman, Stefan (author)
This study approached migration-related problems from a global perspective. The inter- connected nature of migration means that migration problems accumulate and intensify throughout the world. To capture these effects, a data-rich model component was devel- oped for global migration dynamics.<br/>To that extent, this study has developed the...
master thesis 2018
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Luteijn, R.F.M. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Moorlag, R.A.C.W.M. (author)
With the decline of conventional gas resources in many industrialised regions, energy security has increasingly become a topic of interest. Fuelled by disturbed diplomatic relations, both national and regional governments have the desire to decrease their dependency on foreign nations for their gas supply. However, the energy future of these...
master thesis 2014
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Vasilopoulos, C. (author)
Years of turmoil in the banking sector have revealed the need to assess the performance of banks and explore the resilience of the banking system under adverse futures. Banks are not the safe houses everyone believed them to be, as the recent crisis of 2007 showed. Today, banks are highly uncertain dynamically complex systems that are...
master thesis 2013
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Marquart, H. (author)
In the high tech industry the performance of a system generally depends heavily on the system’s structural dynamic behaviour. Relatively small resonating components can alter the dynamics of the assembly significantly. Due to the presence of many small components and limited test resources it is often difficult to find the disruptor. In this...
master thesis 2013
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K?vári, A. (author)
This project’s commissioner, the head of ING’s emerging markets credit trading desk developed a loan structure called Revenue Participation Loan to fit the needs of SMEs in emerging markets. He now wants to combine this new product with innovation in his approach to uncertainty. With these types of loans SMEs agree to pay a fixed percentage of...
master thesis 2013
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Bellinga, P.B. (author)
This thesis presents an assessment of the economic and environmental effects of Extended Producer Responsibility and No Reuse Policies, by using an agent-based model of Mobile Phone End of Life Networks. Electronic waste of mobile phones is an increasing problem. Governments have reacted by adopting various types of legislation, the most common...
master thesis 2013
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Ustohal, J. (author)
master thesis 2012
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Keijser, B.M.J. (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Pruyt, E. (author)
Formal Model Analysis (FMA) covers a group of methods and techniques to study structurebehaviour relations in best-estimate models. That is, FMA aims to identify the structural causes for the particular dynamics of a single best-estimate model. Under deep uncertainty, the notion of a best-estimate model is however troublesome. Then Exploratory...
conference paper 2012
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Philippe, M, (author), Babarit, A. (author), Ferrant, P. (author)
conference paper 2010
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Slinger, J.H. (author)
At the 2008 System Dynamics Conference in Athens a survey of the understanding and expectations of conference participants regarding model analysis was conducted. Respondents included both those active in research on formal model analysis methods and those only vaguely familiar with the term. Results from the survey are presented and discussed...
conference paper 2009
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De Vriend, H.J. (author)
The present lecture deals with models for situations in which the spatial dimensions cannot be separated according to the scales of the morphological processes. Rather common examples of such situations are the morphological evolution near structures (e.g, breakwaters), river outflows, tidal inlets, etc. But also in the absence of such distinct...
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