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  1. Editorial: In quality (assurance) we trust - don't we?

    Kernegger, Bernhard; Vettori, Oliver
    (application/pdf) - 05-may-2018

  2. A Semi-Automated Approach for Structuring Multi Criteria Decision Problems

    Maier, Konradin; Stix, Volker
    This article seeks to enhance multi criteria decision making by providing a scientic approach for decomposing and structuring decision problems. We propose a process, based on concept mapping, which integrates group creativity techniques, card sorting procedures, quantitative data analysis and algorithmic automatization to construct meaningful and complete hierarchies of criteria. The algorithmic aspect is covered by a newly proposed recursive cluster algorithm, which automatically generates hierarchies from card sorting data. Based on comparison with another basic algorithm and empirical engineered and real-case test data, we validate that our process efficiently produces reasonable hierarchies of descriptive elements like goal- or problem-criteria. (authors'...
    (application/pdf) - 18-oct-2016

  3. Measuring the Impacts of Nuclear Accidents on Energy Policy

    Csereklyei, Zsuzsanna
    This paper examines the history of nuclear energy, safety developments of reactors and nuclear energy policy from the 1950s on. I investigate the effects of nuclear accidents on energy policy with the help of a panel dataset of 31 countries from 1965-2009, using annual data about the capacity of reactors under construction, primary energy consumption, as well as three nuclear accidents scaled INES five or higher by the International Atomic Energy Agency. After determining the extent of the accident impact in the different countries, I find that neither Three Mile Island nor Lucens had a worldwide negative effect on construction...
    (application/pdf) - 18-oct-2016

  4. Analysing the impact of disruptions in intermodal transport networks: A micro simulation-based model

    Burgholzer, Wolfgang; Bauer, Gerhard; Posset, Martin; Jammernegg, Werner
    Transport networks have to provide carriers with time-efficient alternative routes in case of disruptions. It is, therefore, essential for transport network planners and operators to identify sections within the network which, if broken, have a considerable negative impact on the networks performance. Research on transport network analysis provides lots of different approaches and models in order to identify such critical sections. Most of them, however, are only applicable to mono-modal transport networks and calculate indices which represent the criticality of sections by using aggregated data. The model presented, in contrast, focuses on the analysis of intermodal transport networks by using...
    (application/pdf) - 18-oct-2016

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