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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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    We say: ‘. . .’, they say: ‘. . .’: How plant science experts draw on reported dialogue to shelve user concerns
    Mogendorff, K. ; Molder, H. te; Woerkum, C. van; Gremmen, B. - \ 2014
    Discourse & Communication 8 (2014)2. - ISSN 1750-4813 - p. 137 - 154.
    script formulations - scientists - speech - talk - conversation - discourse - meetings - context - think - food
    This study aims to increase insight into the uses of experts’ references to physically absent technology users in government-funded plant science. A discursive psychological analysis of expert board meetings shows that experts invoke various forms of reported dialogue/thoughts and dispositional statements when problems with technology and with program funding are discussed. Forms of reported dialogue serve to demonstrate that experts engage in dialogue with users, understand and are reasonable about users’ concerns, and that the content of user concerns does not agree with expert views. Dispositional statements allow users’ feelings rather than users’ knowledge to be acknowledged as relevant. By establishing that user concerns contrast with expert concerns in type and content and by not discussing how users’ feelings may be incorporated into technology, experts shelve user concerns. This practice may hinder the development of user-friendly technologies.
    System Identification
    Keesman, K.J. - \ 2011
    London : Springer - ISBN 9780857295217 - 349
    engineering - controle - beeldverwerking - spraak - regeltheorie - mechatronica - control - image processing - speech - control theory - mechatronics
    Summary System Identification Introduction.- Part I: Data-based Identification.- System Response Methods.- Frequency Response Methods.- Correlation Methods.- Part II: Time-invariant Systems Identification.- Static Systems Identification.- Dynamic Systems Identification.- Part III: Time-varying Systems Identification.- Time-varying Static Systems Identification.- Time-varying Dynamic Systems Identification.- Part IV: Model Validation.- Model Validation Techniques.- Part V: Appendices: Matrix Algebra; Statistics; Laplace, Fourier and z-Transforms; Bode Diagrams; Shift Operator Calculus; Recursive Least-squares Derivation; Dissolved Oxygen Data.
    Effects of the core functions of government on the diversity of executive agendas
    Jennings, W. ; Bevan, S. ; Timmermans, A. ; Breeman, G.E. ; Brouard, S. ; Chaqués-Bonafont, L. ; Green-Pedersen, C. ; John, P. ; Mortensen, P.B. ; Palau Roque, A. - \ 2011
    Comparative Political Studies 44 (2011)8. - ISSN 0010-4140 - p. 1001 - 1030.
    political attention - mathematical-theory - public-opinion - policy - communication - punctuations - speech
    The distribution of attention across issues is of fundamental importance to the political agenda and outputs of government. This article presents an issue-based theory of the diversity of governing agendas where the core functions of government—defense, international affairs, the economy, government operations, and the rule of law—are prioritized ahead of all other issues. It undertakes comparative analysis of issue diversity of the executive agenda of several European countries and the United States over the postwar period. The results offer strong evidence of the limiting effect of core issues—the economy, government operations, defense, and international affairs—on agenda diversity. This suggests not only that some issues receive more attention than others but also that some issues are attended to only at times when the agenda is more diverse. When core functions of government are high on the agenda, executives pursue a less diverse agenda—focusing the majority of their attention on fewer issues. Some issues are more equal than others in executive agenda setting
    Competentiegericht Onderwijs
    Mulder, M. - \ 2009
    In: De kunst van voedselveiligheid / Dijkstra, A., Wageningen : Hogeschool van Hall Larenstein - ISBN 9789085852841 - p. 115 - 125.
    voedselveiligheid - voedselkwaliteit - risicoschatting - spraak - food safety - food quality - risk assessment - speech
    Lector Arnold Dijkstra schreef dit boek naar aanleiding van het uitspreken van zijn inaugurele rede op 9 februari 2006. De cd-rom bevat powerpointpresentaties en de video-opname van de rede.
    Over verschillen en overeenkomsten
    Groenen, M.A.M. - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Wageningen Universiteit - 35
    vee - genomen - dna - genen - genkartering - dna-sequencing - genetische variatie - moleculaire genetica - spraak - livestock - genomes - dna - genes - gene mapping - dna sequencing - genetic variation - molecular genetics - speech
    Genoomonderzoek bij landbouwhuisdieren levert een belangrijke bijdrage aan een verhoogd fundamenteel wetenschappelijk inzicht in het biologisch functioneren van dier en mens en maakt het in toenemende mate mogelijk om binnen de fokkerij dieren te selecteren op basis van bekende variaties in het erfelijk materiaal (DNA)
    Vissen op het droge
    Verreth, J.A.J. - \ 2001
    Wageningen : Wageningen Universiteit - 29
    aquacultuur - visteelt - visserij - spraak - aquaculture - fish culture - fisheries - speech
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