- M.L.A.T.M. Hertog (1)
- H. Jansen (1)
- E. Rekswinkel (1)
- J.H.W. Schild van der (1)
- M. Sloof (9)
- J. Sloof (1)
- H. Sluis van der (1)
- L.M.M. Tijskens (4)
- J.L. Top (1)
- F. Verdenius (1)
- E.C. Wilkinson (3)
- M. Willems (1)
Automated modelling of physiological processes during postharvest distribution of agricultural products
Sloof, M. - \ 1998
Artificial intelligence review 12 (1998). - ISSN 0269-2821 - p. 39 - 70.
|Advanced modelling of waste water treatment systems
Broeze, J. ; Verdenius, F. ; Sloof, M. ; Rekswinkel, E. ; Sluis, H. van der - \ 1997
In: Proceedings of the 11th European Simulation Multiconference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 1-4 - p. 670 - 674.
Concepts for modelling the quality of perishable products
Sloof, M. ; Tijskens, L.M.M. ; Wilkinson, E.C. - \ 1996
Trends in Food Science and Technology 7 (1996)5. - ISSN 0924-2244 - p. 165 - 171.
It is generally accepted that the quality of perishable products depends on three factors: the product, the user and the market situation. It is therefore difficult to define what quality is and how to control it. Decomposition of the effects of these factors on quality leads to a distinction between the assigned quality and the acceptability of a product. Assigned quality is the quality notion a consumer has of a product, and results from evaluating that product with respect to the consumer's specific criteria. Acceptability defines whether the consumer in a particular situation is willing to buy a particular product, and is the result of relating the product's assigned quality to other products and to extrinsic factors such as the price. Product and consumer research focus on assigned quality, whereas market research focuses on product acceptability. Changes in assigned quality can be simulated with quality change models that consist of separate models for the quality assignment, for the product behaviour and for the product environment.
A model of the effects of temperature and time on the acceptability of potted plants stored in darkness
Tijskens, L.M.M. ; Sloof, M. ; Wilkinson, E.C. ; Doorn, W.G. van - \ 1996
Postharvest Biology and Technology 8 (1996). - ISSN 0925-5214 - p. 293 - 305.
|Potato storage (in Dutch Syllabus)
Hak, P.S. ; Ceton, C. ; Hertog, M.L.A.T.M. ; Sloof, M. ; Schild, J.H.W. van der - \ 1995
The Hague, Wageningen : Potato Study Centre, ATO-DLO - 68 p.
|Automated Modelling Support: Identifying Relevant Aspects of a Problem
Sloof, M. ; Willems, M. - \ 1995
In: Proceedings of the 1st international workshop on Knowledge-Based systems for the (re)Use of Program libraries, KBUP'95, Sophia Antipolis, France, November 23-24 - p. 21 - 29.
|Problem decomposition: Application in experimental research, statistical analysis and modelling
Sloof, M. ; Tijskens, L.M.M. - \ 1995
In: International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA-95), Baden-Baden, Germany, August 17-19
|Effects of temperature and time during dark storage on the acceptability of potted plants
Tijskens, L.M.M. ; Sloof, M. ; Wilkinson, E.C. - \ 1995
In: Proceedings IIR/IIF congress, The Hague, NL, August 20-25
|Reusability of physiological simulation models
Top, J.L. ; Sloof, M. - \ 1995
In: The 2nd IFAC Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture, Wageningen, NL, May 29-31 - p. 347 - 352.
|Electric fish barrier experiments in a flume tank
Jansen, H. ; Sloof, J. ; Aalten, R.M. - \ 1980
IJmuiden : Rijksinstituut voor Visserijonderzoek (Rapport / Technical Research. Rijksinstituut voor Visserijonderzoek no. TO 80-09) - 13