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The locked potential of BI & HR

Bryan Renas, Hicham Khallouk, Thom Zeilstra & Ruben van den Bovenkamp
In this research we will investigate how the application of business intelligence can contribute to making decisions based on a certain degree of subjectivity. These are decisions that are made in which a decision is made by the decision maker on the basis of their opinion (for example, whether or not someone has passed a driving test). This is the opposite to objective decision-making in which quantitative data forms the basis for a decision (for...

The locked potential of BI & HR

Bryan Renas, Hicham Khallouk, Thom Zeilstra & Ruben van den Bovenkamp
In this research we will investigate how the application of business intelligence can contribute to making decisions based on a certain degree of subjectivity. These are decisions that are made in which a decision is made by the decision maker on the basis of their opinion (for example, whether or not someone has passed a driving test). This is the opposite to objective decision-making in which quantitative data forms the basis for a decision (for...

The susceptibility of Generation Z to machine learning on Social Media moderated by training a fake news context

Rens Bueters, Daan Boonen & Vincent Wong
Due to the current popularity of Social Media and the hyper connectivity fake news currently spreads as ‘digital wildfire’. Gen Z, the population group that suffers the most exposure from fake news because of their vast online presence, is the focus group of this paper. Due to the amounts of data generated by users all over the world, in combination with the evolvement and widespread usage of machine learning to increase personalized desires, fake news...

The susceptibility of Generation Z to machine learning on Social Media moderated by training a fake news context

Rens Bueters, Daan Boonen & Vincent Wong
Due to the current popularity of Social Media and the hyper connectivity fake news currently spreads as ‘digital wildfire’. Gen Z, the population group that suffers the most exposure from fake news because of their vast online presence, is the focus group of this paper. Due to the amounts of data generated by users all over the world, in combination with the evolvement and widespread usage of machine learning to increase personalized desires, fake news...

Hydraulic Properties of Expansive Yazoo Clay subjected to wet dry cycles

Mohammad Sadik Khan
The data file includes the investigation of the behavior of yazoo clay under different wet-dry cycles. The investigation was conducted using laboratory testing and numerical analysis.

Hydraulic Properties of Expansive Yazoo Clay subjected to wet dry cycles

Mohammad Sadik Khan
The data file includes the investigation of the behavior of yazoo clay under different wet-dry cycles. The investigation was conducted using laboratory testing and numerical analysis.

Burial mounds geomorphometry - classification

Mihai Niculiță
This script is associated with the paper Geomorphometric methods for tumuli recognition and extraction from high resolution LiDAR DEMs submitted to Sensors. It work in conjunction with the data available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3628795 and a DEM available by request to mihai.niculita@uaic.ro.

Burial mounds geomorphometry - classification

Mihai Niculiță
This script is associated with the paper Geomorphometric methods for tumuli recognition and extraction from high resolution LiDAR DEMs submitted to Sensors. It work in conjunction with the data available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3628795 and a DEM available by request to mihai.niculita@uaic.ro.

The important Critical Success Factors for the adoption of Smart Contracts, in buying a house within the housing sector in The Netherlands

Allaedine el Moussaoui, Max Koene, Merve Demir & Wouter Eversdijk
Motivated by the recent interest around blockchains, this research examines whether this technology makes a good fit within the Internet of Things (IoT) sector and Industry 4.0. Blockchain is a decentralized distributed peer-to-peer network where users can interact with each other in a verifiable manner. There are several applications of blockchain. One of the applications of blockchain are smart contracts. Smart contracts is a computer protocol that acts as a self-executing contract with the terms...

The important Critical Success Factors for the adoption of Smart Contracts, in buying a house within the housing sector in The Netherlands

Allaedine el Moussaoui, Max Koene, Merve Demir & Wouter Eversdijk
Motivated by the recent interest around blockchains, this research examines whether this technology makes a good fit within the Internet of Things (IoT) sector and Industry 4.0. Blockchain is a decentralized distributed peer-to-peer network where users can interact with each other in a verifiable manner. There are several applications of blockchain. One of the applications of blockchain are smart contracts. Smart contracts is a computer protocol that acts as a self-executing contract with the terms...

Measuring Value Creation of BI in the Logistics Industry

D Roozen, O Oteng, A Adouti & S Brinkhuis
Data collection and analysis have been the core of Business Intelligence (BI) for many years. The process of using data will only grow with the rise of Industry 4.0, because partial factors such as big data, make it possible to gain more data at a faster rate. This makes it possible to gain a competitive edge over other companies. Currently, there is a need for a new framework which measures value creation of BI decision...

Measuring Value Creation of BI in the Logistics Industry

D Roozen, O Oteng, A Adouti & S Brinkhuis
Data collection and analysis have been the core of Business Intelligence (BI) for many years. The process of using data will only grow with the rise of Industry 4.0, because partial factors such as big data, make it possible to gain more data at a faster rate. This makes it possible to gain a competitive edge over other companies. Currently, there is a need for a new framework which measures value creation of BI decision...

Harmetronome: a web application for driven harmonic oscillator teaching

João Teles Carvalho-Neto & Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva
Run the latest version of this web application at harmetronome.glitch.me. The purpose is to help the teaching of driven harmonic oscillations and resonance. A full description of its potential uses is discussed in this article. The name "harmetronome" makes reference to the metronome that helps musicians to keep the pace at a chosen beat rate.

Harmetronome: a web application for driven harmonic oscillator teaching

João Teles Carvalho-Neto & Matheus Navi dos Santos Silva
Run the latest version of this web application at harmetronome.glitch.me. The purpose is to help the teaching of driven harmonic oscillations and resonance. A full description of its potential uses is discussed in this article. The name "harmetronome" makes reference to the metronome that helps musicians to keep the pace at a chosen beat rate.

Киевский институт благородных девиц и его библиотека

Мяскова Татьяна
Приведена тематическая, хронологическая и языковая характеристика книжного фонда библиотеки Киевского института благородных девиц.

Киевский институт благородных девиц и его библиотека

Мяскова Татьяна
Приведена тематическая, хронологическая и языковая характеристика книжного фонда библиотеки Киевского института благородных девиц.

The Validity of Big Data: The impact on the grocery industry

Boy Pieters, Karel Kraat, Thoby Visser & Tom Isbouts
Technology has enabled many applications for the grocery industry. One of them is the personal discount-card. A personal discount-card is an example of data generation and appliance. Most grocery organizations that utilize this data are larger franchises, that provide the population with provisions on a daily basis. To illustrate, one of the biggest retailers in the world serve 50 million customers a week. When data is collected on a population of this size, the amount...

The Validity of Big Data: The impact on the grocery industry

Boy Pieters, Karel Kraat, Thoby Visser & Tom Isbouts
Technology has enabled many applications for the grocery industry. One of them is the personal discount-card. A personal discount-card is an example of data generation and appliance. Most grocery organizations that utilize this data are larger franchises, that provide the population with provisions on a daily basis. To illustrate, one of the biggest retailers in the world serve 50 million customers a week. When data is collected on a population of this size, the amount...

The impact of cognitive computing on the diagnostic process in the healthcare industry

Farhaneh Amiri, Jean Maurras & Shaqiel Soebdhan
Automation threatens 25% of the jobs in the US and even more globally. Especially jobs that contain a lot of simple and repetitive tasks that no longer require intensive human labor. But can be done by computers. Intensive human labor is no longer required in the modern day knowledge economy (Annie Nove, 2019). Automation does not only have an increasingly bigger impact in low-skilled jobs, but it is also making its introduction in traditionally high-skilled...

The impact of cognitive computing on the diagnostic process in the healthcare industry

Farhaneh Amiri, Jean Maurras & Shaqiel Soebdhan
Automation threatens 25% of the jobs in the US and even more globally. Especially jobs that contain a lot of simple and repetitive tasks that no longer require intensive human labor. But can be done by computers. Intensive human labor is no longer required in the modern day knowledge economy (Annie Nove, 2019). Automation does not only have an increasingly bigger impact in low-skilled jobs, but it is also making its introduction in traditionally high-skilled...

Cancer diagnoses with the use of AI

Mikail Yildiz, Semih Tedik & Kamuran Keskin
This research will be written to build a model that can be used to determine which AI technology is the most relevant to use during diagnosis. This is the knowledge gap which leads to the following research question: “What is needed to make radiologists start using Artificial Intelligence during a breast cancer diagnosis?” To answer this question, literature research and expertise interviews were undertaken to design a theoretical model to identify, control, and link the...

Cancer diagnoses with the use of AI

Mikail Yildiz, Semih Tedik & Kamuran Keskin
This research will be written to build a model that can be used to determine which AI technology is the most relevant to use during diagnosis. This is the knowledge gap which leads to the following research question: “What is needed to make radiologists start using Artificial Intelligence during a breast cancer diagnosis?” To answer this question, literature research and expertise interviews were undertaken to design a theoretical model to identify, control, and link the...

3DGenomes/TADbit v0.5

Francois Serra, David-Castillo, Guillaume Filion, Marc A. Marti-Renom, Irene Farabella, Julen , Davide Baù, Vince , The Gitter Badger & Marco Di Stefano
TADbit is a complete Python library to deal with all steps to analyze, model and explore 3C-based data. With TADbit the user can map FASTQ files to obtain raw interaction binned matrices (Hi-C like matrices), normalize and correct interaction matrices, identify and compare the so-called Topologically Associating Domains (TADs), build 3D models from the interaction matrices, and finally, extract structural properties from the models. TADbit is complemented by TADkit for visualizing 3D models

The acceptance of smart solutions on desalination plants

Kevin Colijn, Nick van Osch, Jim Staring & Mitchell Tiwon
By 2025 at least half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas. Desalination, the process of the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, is one of the solutions to counter freshwater scarcity. There are approximately 12500 desalination plants worldwide. But these plants are costly, both to build and to operate. Industry 4.0 offers new solutions to bring down costs and energy usage. But giving existing desalination plants a “smart”...

The acceptance of smart solutions on desalination plants

Kevin Colijn, Nick van Osch, Jim Staring & Mitchell Tiwon
By 2025 at least half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas. Desalination, the process of the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, is one of the solutions to counter freshwater scarcity. There are approximately 12500 desalination plants worldwide. But these plants are costly, both to build and to operate. Industry 4.0 offers new solutions to bring down costs and energy usage. But giving existing desalination plants a “smart”...

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