• A. Anttiroiko, R. Caves
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 70

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    This chapter addresses the challenges that changing technologies pose to urban planning. Urban planning continues to be influenced by an emerging creativity and knowledge-sharing [...]

  • A. Ardila-Gomez, A. Ortegon-Sanchez
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 69

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    Urban transport systems are essential for economic development and improving citizens' quality of life. To establish high-quality and affordable transport systems, cities [...]

  • M. Watanuki
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 68

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    Regulatory frameworks on logistics regulations are often opaque, especially in developing countries, because of the complex nature of logistics services. World Bank client [...]

  • S. Commander, Z. Nikoloski, M. Vagliasindi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 67

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    It is widely accepted that the costs of underpricing energy are large, whether in advanced or developing countries. This paper explores how large these costs can be by focussing [...]

  • A. Iimi, R. Humphreys, S. Melibaeva
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 65

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    Africa has great potential for agriculture. Although international commodity prices have been buoyant, Africa’s supply response seems to be weak. A variety of constraints [...]

  • R. Kozlowski
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 66

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    Celem publikacji jest ukazanie dorobku naukowego, g?ównie polskich i ukrai?skich uczonych, w zakresie uwarunkowa? procesów i rezultatów internacjonalizacji przedsi?biorstw [...]

  • A. Youssef, D. Albani, D. Nardi, D. Bloisi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 63

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    The use of Computer Vision techniques for the automatic recognition of road signs is fundamental for the development of intelligent vehicles and advanced driver assistance [...]

  • A. Iimi, R. Humphrey, S. Melibaeva
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 64

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    Firms normally keep certain inventories, including raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished goods, to operate seamlessly and not to miss possible business opportunities. [...]

  • N. Salazar
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 62

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    ispartof: Keywords of mobility. Critical engagements pages:1-12 ispartof: Worlds in Motion vol:1 pages:1-12 status: published Document type: Part of book or chapter of [...]

  • S. Seabold, A. Rutherford, O. Backer, A. Coppola
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 62

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    This study uses Twitter data to provide a more nuanced understanding of the public reaction to the 2011 reform to the propane gas subsidy in El Salvador. By soliciting a small [...]

  • . Iimi, . Atsushi, . Lancelot, E. R., . Manelici, . Isabela, . Ogita, . Satoshi
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 61

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    The aim of this paper is to provide feedback on the question of socioeconomic benefits from rural road development and the impact of transport infrastructure on the poor, [...]

  • A. Iimi, R. Humphrey, S. Melibaeva
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 60

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    Infrastructure is an important driving force for economic growth. It reduces trade and transaction costs and stimulates the productivity of the economy. Africa has been lagging [...]

  • B. Osorio, N. McCullen, I. Walker
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 59

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    Worldwide energy consumption is generally related with fossil fuels that increase CO? and other greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. The transport sector represents a significant [...]

  • J. Zaucha, M. Gilek, N. Blazauskas, K. Dahl, K. Gee, B. Hassler, A. Luttmann, A. Morf, J. Piwowarczyk, B. Riemann, F. Saunders
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 58

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    Document type: Book

  • S. AlHalawani, N. Mitra
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 57

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    Generating realistic configurations of urban models is a vital part of the modeling process, especially if these models are used for evaluation and analysis. In this work, [...]

  • F. Nieuwenhove
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 56

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    This paper is an annual publication issued by the Microeconomic Analysis service of the National Bank of Belgium. The Flemish maritime ports (Antwerp, Ghent, Ostend, Zeebrugge), [...]

  • H. Raymundo, J. Reis, P. Neto, O. Vendrametto, E. Abraham, M. Morais, C. Parizi, S. Machado, H. Silva, A. Brejão
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 55

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    Part 4: Project Management, Engineering Management, and Quality Management; International audience; Improving the service quality in public transportation is essential for [...]

  • M. Spichkova, M. Hamilton
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 54

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    Transport systems are major emitters of greenhouse gases, which makes environmental sustainability of any transport a crucial issue. Another issue is the lack of a systematic [...]

  • D. Goel, S. Gupta
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 53

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    The Delhi Metro (DM) is a mass rapid transit system serving the National Capital Region of India. It is also the world’s first rail project to earn carbon credits under the [...]

  • M. López-Ortiz, J. Melgarejo
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 52

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    espanolLa necesidad de dar respuesta al freno que suponia la deficitaria red de transporte terrestre para el crecimiento de la economia se convirtio en un objetivo basico [...]

  • . Ali, . Rubaba, . Barra, A. Federico, . Berg, C. N., . Damania, . Richard, . Nash, J. D., . Russ, J. Daniel
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 51

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    Transport infrastructure is deemed to be central to development and consumes a large fraction of the development assistance envelope. Yet there is debate about the economic [...]

  • M. Muñoz-Organero
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 50

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    In this paper, we propose a solution to reduce the stress level of the driver, minimize fuel consumption and improve safety. The system analyzes the driving style and the [...]

  • J. Barthès, P. Bonnifait
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 49

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    International audience Intelligent vehicles refer currently to vehicles able to drive autonomously or able to provide pertinent information to the driver for safety, assistance [...]

  • U. Chatterjee, R. Murgai, A. Narayan, M. Rama
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 50

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    India is uniquely placed to help reduce global poverty and boost prosperity. The country has the largest number of poor people in the world, as well are the largest number [...]

  • Y. Cai, H. Selod, J. Steinbuks
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 48

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    Since the industrial revolution, the economic development of Western Europe and North America was characterized by continuous urbanization accompanied by a gradual phasing-in [...]

  • J. Bordeneuve-Guibé, A. Drouin, C. Roos
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 46

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    International audience The two first CEAS (Council of European Aerospace Societies) Specialist Conferences on Guidance, Navigation and Control (CEAS EuroGNC) were held in [...]

  • K. Friedrich, R. Costa, G. Schiller
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 45

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    Ceramic multi-layer systems are the key components of solid oxide cells (SOC) to be used either for power generation or energy storage. Over the last decades continuous improvement [...]

  • S. Chiffoleau
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 45

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    International audience; In the nineteenth century, the ancient muslim pilgrimage economy, based on the caravan system, was rocked by technology and administrative rationality. [...]

  • E. Guenther, D. Sebastian, D. Gandolfi, P. Montañés-Rodríguez, S. Geier, S. Csizmadia, F. Cusano, H. Deeg, M. Fridlund, S. Grziwas, U. Heber, C. Heuser, F. Rodler, L. Tal-Or, C. Team
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 42

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    Document type: Part of book or chapter of book

  • . Andres, L. Alberto, . Biller, . Dan, H. Dappe, . Matias
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 43

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    Policy makers are often confronted with a myriad of factors in the investment decision-making process. This issue is particularly acute in infrastructure investment decisions, [...]

  • A. Iimi, R. Humphreys, S. Melibaeva
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 42

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    Agglomeration economies are among the most important factors in increasing firm productivity. However, there is little evidence supportive of this in Africa. Using the firm [...]

  • D. Zeng
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 39

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    This study briefly summarizes the development experiences of special economic zones in China and Africa, the lessons that Africa can learn from China, and the preliminary [...]

  • G. Bureika, M. Boile, C. Pyrgidis, A. Kortsari, N. Ivanova, T. Titova, S. Tsykhmistro
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 34

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    The monograph is based on the outcomes of the considerations that took place within the ambit of the project NEAR 2 – Network of European-Asian Rail Research Capacities — [...]

  • V. Pereira, P. Sousa, P. Cortez, M. Rio, M. Rocha
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 38

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    Traffic Engineering (TE) approaches are increasingly impor- tant in network management to allow an optimized configuration and resource allocation. In link-state routing, [...]

  • . Collier, . Paul, . Kirchberger, . Martina, . Söderbom, . Måns
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 37

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    The connections between transport infrastructure and economic development have been extensively analyzed in previous research, but little is known about the cost of infrastructure [...]

  • F. Ruiz-Nuñez, Z. Wei
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 36

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    The authors have assembled 1960–2012 infrastructure stock data from 145 countries to estimate the demand for infrastructure services in emerging markets and developing economies. [...]

  • . Ley-Borrás, . Roberto, . Fox, B. Daniel
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 35

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    This paper presents an overview of the structure of probabilistic catastrophe risk models, discusses their importance for appraising sovereign disaster risk financing and [...]

  • B. Lindner, K. Hoelzl
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 27

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    This report gives an overview of the key results from the analysis of the data collected in a survey conducted in October and November 2012 by the Austrian Institute for small [...]

  • J. Raphael, S. Maskell, E. Sklar
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 34

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    Traffic congestion is a major issue that plagues many urban road networks large and small. Traffic engineers are now leaning towards Intelligent Traffic Systems as many types [...]

  • N. Kumar, L. Alves, R. Aguiar
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 33

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    There is great concern over growing road accidents and associated fatalities. In order to reduce accidents, improve congestion and offer smooth flow of traffic, several measures, [...]

  • D. Merotto, F. Hayati, D. Stephan, W. Bataille
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 32

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    This paper proposes a new measure of public expenditure force that policy makers and budget analysts should track in detail over time in routine fiscal monitoring. The paper [...]

  • Y. Peng, C. Xiang, H. Gao, D. Chen, W. Ren
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 30

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    Part 2: CONTROL SYSTEMS SECURITY International audience Industrial control systems are cyber-physical systems that supervise and control physical processes in critical infrastructures [...]

  • G. Duranton, E. Ghani, A. Goswami, W. Kerr
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 29

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    Growing research and policy interest focuses on the misallocation of output and factors of production in developing economies. This paper considers the possible misallocation [...]

  • F. Demoraes, A. Vallejo Aguirre
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 28

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    International audience; En este libro se presenta una reflexión sobre los riesgos a los cuales está expuesto el Distrito Metropolitano de Quito –DMQ– considerando la cuestión [...]

  • L. Bongo, E. Pedersen, M. Ernstsen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 27

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    Accepted manuscript version. The final publication is available at Springer via "a href=http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24462-4_22"http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24462-4_22"/a". [...]

  • D. Ali, D. Bowen, K. Deininger, M. Duponchel
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 26

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    Women comprise 50 percent of the agricultural labor force in Sub-Saharan Africa, but manage plots that are reportedly on average 20 to 30 percent less productive. As a source [...]

  • . Smets, . Lodewijk, . Knack, . Stephen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 25

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    This study investigates the impact of World Bank development policy lending for public sector governance on the quality of public sector management and institutions. The World [...]

  • S. Puechmorel, F. Nicol
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 24

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    International audience; Air traffic management (ATM) aims at providing companies with a safe and ideally optimal aircraft trajectory planning. Air traffic controllers act [...]

  • W. Hofman
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 22

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    Interoperability in logistics is a prerequisite for realizing data pipelines and the Physical Internet. Forecasting data, real time data, and actual positions of shipments, [...]

  • S. Kingham, P. Tranter
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 21

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    Document type: Part of book or chapter of book

  • Q. Wu, M. Zhang, D. Yang
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 20

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    The concept of Jobs-housing balance (JHB) has attracted many city and transportation planning agencies for the interest of increasing place quality and reducing travel demand. [...]

  • R. Newfarmer, M. Pierola
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 19

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    In Zimbabwe trade has been a driver of economic growth, rising incomes, and progressive empowerment of Zimbabweans through rising standards of living and the promise of better [...]

  • P. Wheat, A. Smith, B. Matthews
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 18

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    Document type: Book

  • P. Sousa
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 17

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    Peer-to-Peer (P2P) is nowadays a widely used paradigm underpinning the deployment of several Internet services and applications. However, the management of P2P traffic aggregates [...]

  • A. Pérez Rivera, M. Mes, F. Corman, S. Vo?, R. Negenborn
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 11

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    Logistic Service Providers (LSPs) offering hinterland transportation face the trade-off between efficiently using the capacity of long-haul vehicles and minimizing the first [...]

  • . Iimi, . Atsushi, . Humphrey, R. Martin, . Melibaeva, . Sevara
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 16

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    Agglomeration economies are among the most important factors to increase firm productivity. However, there is little evidence supportive of this in Africa. By applying the [...]

  • T. Merazi-Meksen, M. Boudraa, B. Boudraa
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 15

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    Part 3: Data Representation and Analysis; International audience; Ultrasonic inspection is nowadays widely used in material inspection to detect and locate internal defects. [...]

  • C. Avitabile, M. Bobba, M. Pariguana
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 14

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    Parents and students from different socioeconomic backgrounds value differently school characteristics, but the reasons behind this preference heterogeneity are not well understood. [...]

  • . Iimi, . Atsushi, . You, . Liangzhi, . Wood-Sichra, . Ulrike, . Humphrey, R. Martin
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 13

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    Africa is estimated to have great potential for agricultural production, but there are a number of constraints inhibiting the development of that potential. Spatial data are [...]

  • O. Okonor, N. Wang, Z. Sun, S. Georgoulas
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 12

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    Part 1: Autonomic and Decentralized Management International audience Energy efficiency has become a major research topic in the Internet community as a result of unprecedented [...]

  • H. Yang, . Tharam, . Dillon, . Yi-Ping, . Chen
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 11

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    Part 3: Computational Intelligence and Algorithms; International audience; Computational technologies under the domain of intelligent systems are expected to help the rapidly [...]

  • R. Damania, D. Wheeler
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 10

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    Road construction has often been viewed as the precursor to deforestation, especially in tropical forests. Traditional responses to such threats have been reactive, with attempts [...]

  • T. Suzuki, W. Hassan, G. Kolokythas, T. Verwaest, F. Mostaert
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2016). Vol. 2016, 10

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    The Masterplan 'Vlaamse Baaien' outlines the need to develop an integrated vision for the Belgian coast. One of the Masterplan’s goals is to achieve a win-win situation [...]

  • Y. Guo, Y. Zhang, S. Liu, J. Liu, Y. zhao
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 8

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    Lane marking detection is part of most advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) as an important component of computer vision. This paper presents a lane detection system [...]

  • L. Rummelhard, A. Nègre, M. Perrollaz, C. Laugier
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 7

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    In the recent years, more and more modern cars have been equipped with perception capabilities. One of the key applications of such perception systems is the estimation of [...]

  • A. Mendoza Alcantara, A. Fernandes, R. Hillberry
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 6

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    Freight forwarders play a key role in moving goods across international borders. They arrange transport, oversee customs clearance on behalf of their clients, and more generally [...]

  • K. Siddig
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 5

    Abstract
    The petroleum sector contributes substantially to the Nigerian economy; however, the potential benefits are diminished because of the existence of significant subsidies on [...]

  • A. Amador, R. Dias, T. Dias, T. Canas
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 4

    Abstract
    This study uses regression analysis to evaluate long-run traffic management system performance. Three important traffic management systems in the Twin Cities metro area - [...]

  • T. Ross, A. Burris, L. Oliveira, B. Arnott, V. Araujo-Soares
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2015). Vol. 2015, 3

    Abstract
    Encouraging people to make sustainable transport choices remains a global challenge and many interventions have been attempted. This study investigated the reflection on own/others’ [...]

  • Q. Pham, T. Malik, I. Foster
    Collection of open chapters of books in transport research (2020). Vol. 2015, 2

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    Science projects are increasingly investing in computational reproducibility. Constructing software pipelines to demonstrate reproducibility is also becoming increasingly [...]

  • S. Ehmig Santillán
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 73

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    This research comprises monitoring, assessment and recommendations for chemical risk originating from organic vapors (benzene, toluene and xylene) of fuel (super and extra [...]

  • C. Tipantuña, J. Estrada, J. Estrada, C. Parra
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 72

    Abstract
    This paper provides a detailed description and all the procedures involved in designing a power amplifier using microstrip technology and the design software Microwave OfficeTM. [...]

  • F. Jumbo Castillo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 71

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    The watershed as the basic territorial unit of planning and management of water resources, requires its proper delimitation of the catchment or drainage area, faced with this [...]

  • A. Navas de García, R. Reyes Gil, L. Galván Rico
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 70

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    Concrete plants are important to the economy of a country. However, this industry causes major environmental impacts in each of the steps involved in the manufacturing process [...]

  • A. Valencia, L. Acurio, L. Pérez, D. Salazar, V. Tamayo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 69

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    In this work, the effect on the addition of oatmeal (Avena sativa) and passion fruit (Passiflora edulis) in the content of fiber, calcium, iron, phosphorus and A vitamin in [...]

  • M. Stronguiló Leturia, L. Chacón Febres
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 68

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    The aim of this work is to select residual biomass from the Arequipa Region for the production of biofuels (biodiesel, bioethanol and biogas). In each case, the initial point [...]

  • L. Velasco Roldan, L. Goyos Pérez, L. Freire Amores, A. Ibarra
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 67

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    In Ecuador, a factor of great ecological wealth is linked to its tradition in the use of fibers and other organic waste composite character as filler element, reinforcement [...]

  • H. Ricardo Cabrera, A. Medina León, D. Nogueira Medina, Q. Núñez Chaviano
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (4), 66

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    The present article relates concepts and knowledge on the international tendency as for the administration and improvement of the managerial processes. In the methodology [...]

  • V. Fuentes Correa, A. Argüello Mejía
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 65

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    One of the areas where you can distinguish an increase in business activity is Cotocollao parish, located in the Metropolitan District of Quito, this commercial development [...]

  • M. Moya, G. Guerrón, A. Montero
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 64

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    The aim of this work is to design and code an embedded system for a portable automatic weather station. The portable station includes high performance sensors to measure parameters [...]

  • J. Caranqui A.
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 63

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    The study was conducted in 9 transects 1000m2 of lowland evergreen forest, located in two locations on the coast and one in eastern Ecuador. It was to contribute to knowledge [...]

  • S. La Verde Spano, L. Taylhardat
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 62

    Abstract
    This work includes the theoretical design of a fluidized bed incinerator for organic waste disposal, according with the most advanced parameters published about the subject, [...]

  • G. Terán, P. Posligua, C. Banchón
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 61

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    Effluents from the textile industry not only represent a latent threat to biodiversity on our planet but also to humans due to the pollution generated by industrial dyes. [...]

  • J. Álava
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 60

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    The environment contamination in Ecuador, done by the production, transport and commercialization of hydrocarbons, requires further research regarding new treatment alternatives [...]

  • G. López, D. Guamán, J. Caiza
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 59

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    This investigation analyses the history of the vulnerabilities of the base system Windows Server 2012 highlighting the most critic vulnerabilities given every 4 months since [...]

  • A. Lastre Aleaga, E. Méndez Garcés, A. Cordovés García
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 58

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    The load flow is of great importance in assisting the process of decision making and planning of generation, distribution and transmission of electricity. Ignorance of the [...]

  • R. Comas Rodríguez, D. Nogueira Rivera, F. Romero Bartutis, M. Lumpuy Rodríguez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (3), 57

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    The objective of this article is to design and to implement a procedure that integrates management control tools focusing on process, to improve the efficiency and the efficacy. [...]

  • Á. Fiallos Ordoñez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 56

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    (Received: 2015/02/20 - Accepted: 2015/06/17)The current research suggests that using of agile methodologies in conjunction with open source software tools can improve productivity, [...]

  • J. Caiza, D. Guamán, G. López
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 55

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/4/30 - Accepted: 2015/06/08)Software development is an activity, inherently collaborative; usually development teams have members located in different places, [...]

  • M. Malberti Riveros, R. Klenzi
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 54

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/03/18 - Accepted: 2015/05/29)This work recreates a proposal to evaluate the usage of different books categories in a university library. The model employs [...]

  • M. Rodríguez-Balza, L. Pérez-Ybarra, W. Quintana-Rivero
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 53

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/05/02 - Accepted: 2015/06/11)An empirical rule is proposed for determining the sample size n to be taken depending on the lot produced size N for a single [...]

  • D. Baldeón Clavijo, F. Velásquez Rodríguez, J. Castellanos Estupiñán
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 52

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/03/18 - Accepted: 2015/05/27)Three levels of paste Plukenetia volubilis (Sacha Inchi) consisting of 10, 15% and 20% were evaluated to replace the weight percent [...]

  • I. Tamayo Ávila, L. Pazmiño Bravo, D. Valencia Alvear, M. Galván Paredes, M. Batista Zaldívar
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 51

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    (Received: 2015/05/04 - Accepted: 2015/06/15)In this work is reported an initiative to implement 24 assembly laboratories for General Physics, Applied Physics and Heat and [...]

  • D. Lowy, G. Garrido, V. Melo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 50

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    (Received: 2015/04/16 - Accepted: 2015/05/29)This paper presents the oil deposit and operational variables that influence the implementation of the Steam Assisted Gravity [...]

  • F. Ortiz Terán, B. Haro Haro
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 49

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/04/28 - Accepted: 2015/06/17)This research focusses on characterizing the sick building syndrome (SBS) on three buildings of the Engineering Sciences Faculty, [...]

  • C. Rosales, J. Viteri, N. Rivera, R. Comas
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (2), 48

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    (Received: 2015/05/11 - Accepted: 2015/06/03)The objective of the research was to determine the exposure to particulate material in the textil area of a manufacturing company [...]

  • A. Moreno Vaca, P. Maldonado Pacheco
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (1), 47

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/01/27 - Accepted: 2015/03/27)A kind of chicken sausage “Swiss type” was developed with avocado oil content to replace all fat from pork back fat in its [...]

  • D. Cerón Salgado, N. Grijalva
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (1), 46

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/01/20 - Accepted: 2015/03/25)In this research, 108 samples were analyzed (54 of coriander and 54 of parsley). These samples were obtained under a random method [...]

  • Y. Rivero Peña, P. Novoa Hernández, Y. Fernández Ochoa
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (1), 45

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/01/29 - Accepted: 2015/03/25)In this research a mathematical model to approach the process of creating software development teams as a discrete multi-objective [...]

  • D. Carrera, T. Crisanto, P. Guevara, M. Maya
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2015). Vol. 6, (1), 44

    Abstract
    (Received: 2015/01/19 - Accepted: 2015/03/25)In the Rio Grande basin, the Chone Multi-Purpose dam (PMCH) is built with an investment of approximately $66 million, to irrigate [...]