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Do conceptualisations of health differ across social strata? A concept mapping study among lay people
Stronks, Karien ; Hoeymans, Nancy ; Haverkamp, Beatrijs ; Hertog, Frank R.J. den; Bon-Martens, Marja J.H. van; Galenkamp, Henrike ; Verweij, Marcel ; Oers, Hans A.M. van - \ 2018
BMJ Open 8 (2018)4. - ISSN 2044-6055
concept mapping - conceptualisations of health - inequalities in health

Objectives The legitimacy of policies that aim at tackling socioeconomic inequalities in health can be challenged if they do not reflect the conceptualisations of health that are valued in all strata. Therefore, this study analyses how different socioeconomic groups formulate their own answers regarding: what does health mean to you? Design Concept mapping procedures were performed in three groups that differ in educational level. All procedures followed exactly the same design. Setting Area of the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. Participants Lay persons with a lower, intermediate and higher educational level (±15/group). Results The concept maps for the three groups consisted of nine, eight and seven clusters each, respectively. Four clusters occurred in all groups: absence of disease/disabilities, health-related behaviours, social life, attitude towards life. The content of some of these differed between groups, for example, behaviours were interpreted as having opportunities to behave healthily in the lower education group, and in terms of their impact on health in the higher education group. Other clusters appeared to be specific for particular groups, such as autonomy (intermediate/higher education group). Finally, ranking ranged from a higher ranking of the positively formulated aspects in the higher education group (eg, lust for life) to that of the negatively formulated aspects in the lower education group (eg, having no chronic disease). Conclusion Our results provide indications to suggest that people in lower socioeconomic groups are more likely to show a conceptualisation of health that refers to (1) the absence of health threats (vs positive aspects), (2) a person within his/her circumstances (vs quality of own body/mind), (3) the value of functional (vs hedonistic) notions and (4) an accepting (vs active) attitude towards life.

Ideals and pragmatism in the justification of ecological restoration
Hertog, Iris M. ; Turnhout, Esther - \ 2018
Restoration Ecology 26 (2018)6. - ISSN 1061-2971 - p. 1221 - 1229.
Environmental philosophy and sociology - Narrative analysis - Restoration practice - Views of nature
Ecological restoration requires value-laden choices about what goals, references, and methods to use in a particular area. The restoration ecology literature has identified a number of interrelated dilemmas pertaining among others to the use of historical references or the creation of novel ecosystems and to the selection of appropriate measures of intervention. In this study, we investigate the narratives that Dutch professionals in ecological restoration use to justify these choices and we analyze the values, beliefs, and human-nature relationships they reflect. Based on our analysis, we identify three interrelated sets of values, beliefs, and human-nature relationships, which we call here narrative clusters. These are: (1) virtuous stewardship, which foregrounds human responsibility to care for nature; (2) autonomous nature, which foregrounds the self-regulating capacities of nature; and (3) pragmatic wise use, which foregrounds the use of nature by humans and the importance of practical considerations. These narrative clusters connect well with established sociological and philosophical classifications of nature and human-nature relationships. However, our analysis also shows that in the navigation of the different dilemmas of conservation, practitioners draw on a wide variety of arguments to justify their practices. In doing so, they blur the boundaries between different views of nature, between ethical and pragmatic arguments, and between nature and culture. We conclude the article by reflecting on the implications of these findings for the conceptualization and practice of restoration.
Detection of nanoparticles in Dutch surface waters
Peters, Ruud J.B. ; Bemmel, Greet van; Milani, Nino B.L. ; Hertog, Gerco C.T. den; Undas, Anna K. ; Lee, Martijn van der; Bouwmeester, Hans - \ 2018
Science of the Total Environment 621 (2018). - ISSN 0048-9697 - p. 210 - 218.
Cerium dioxide - Environmental - Nanoparticles - Silver - Single-particle ICP-MS - Titanium dioxide

Nano-enabled consumer products are a likely source of nanoparticles in the environment and a number of studies have shown the release of nanoparticles from commercial products. Predicted environmental concentrations have been calculated but there is a need for real measurement data to validate these calculations. However, the detection of engineered nanoparticles in environmental matrices is challenging because of the low predicted environmental concentrations which may be in the ng/L range. In this study nanosized Ag, CeO2 and TiO2 have been measured in multiple surface water samples collected along the rivers Meuse and IJssel in the Netherlands using single-particle ICP-MS as measurement technique. Validation of the analytical method showed its capability to quantitatively determine nanoparticles at low concentrations. Concentration mass detection limits for Ag, CeO2 and TiO2 were 0.1 ng/L, 0.05 ng/L and 10 ng/L respectively. Size detection limits for Ag, CeO2 and TiO2 were 14, 10 and 100 nm. The results of the study confirm the presence of nano-sized Ag and CeO2 particles and micro-sized TiO2 particles in these surface waters. n-Ag was present in all samples in concentrations ranging from 0.3 to 2.5 ng/L with an average concentration of 0.8 ng/L and an average particle size of 15 nm. n-CeO2 was found in all samples with concentrations ranging from 0.4 to 5.2 ng/L with an average concentration of 2.7 ng/L and an average particle size of 19 nm. Finally, μ-TiO2 was found in all samples with a concentration ranging from 0.2 to 8.1 μg/L with an average concentration of 3.1 μg/L and an average particle size of 300 nm. The particle sizes that were found are comparable with the particle sizes that are used in nanomaterial applications and consumer products. The nanoparticle concentrations confirm the predicted environmental concentrations values in water for all three nanoparticles.

Influence of pre-harvest calcium, potassium and triazole application on the proteome of apple at harvest
Buts, Kim ; Hertog, M.L.A.T.M. ; Ho, Quang Tri ; America, A.H.P. ; Cordewener, J.H.G. ; Vercammen, J. ; Carpentier, S.C. ; Nicolaï, Bart - \ 2016
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 96 (2016)15. - ISSN 0022-5142 - p. 4984 - 4993.
Braeburn browning disorder is a storage disease characterised by flesh browning and lens-shaped cavities. The incidence of this postharvest diorder is known to be affected by pre-harvest application of fertilisers and triazole-based fungicides. Recent work has shown that calcium and potassium reduced the incidence of Braeburn browning disorder, while triazoles had the opposite effect. This study addresses the hypothesis of an early proteomic imprint in the apple fruit at harve induced by the pre-harvest factors applied. If so, this could be used for an early screening of apple fruit at harvest for their postharvest susceptibility to flesh browning.
Results: Calcium and triazole had significant effects, while potassium did not. One hundred and thirty proetin families were identified, of which 29 were significantly altered after calcium and 63 after triazole treatment. Up-regulations of important antioxicant enzymes was correlated with calcium fertilisation, while triazole induced alterations in the levels of respiration and ethylene biosynthesis related proteins.
Conclusions: Pre-harvest fertiliser and fungicide application had considerable effects on the apple proteome at harvest. Thes changes, together with the applied storage conditions will determine whether or net BBD develops.
From sensor output to improved product quality
Hertog, M.L.A.T.M. ; Vollebregt, Martijntje ; Unzueta, I. ; Hoofman, R.J.O.M. ; Lammertyn, J. - \ 2015
Acta Horticulturae 1091 (2015). - ISSN 0567-7572 - p. 165 - 174.
Chain monitoring - Logistics - Quality modeling - Wireless RFID sensor tags

The research conducted in the European PASTEUR project focussed on perishables monitoring through smart tracking of lifetime and quality. The aim was to develop a wireless sensor platform to monitor the environmental conditions of perishable goods in the supply chain between producer and consumer. The sensor platform is based on an intelligent RFID package in which multiple sensor technologies are incorporated. By adding such devices to packaging solutions (crates, containers, boxes, etc.) one can guarantee a product's quality more effectively throughout the whole logistic chain. This project focussed on the low-end (e.g., fruit, vegetables) cold supply chain (cooled transport of goods), which eventually enables item management in the near future. Added intelligence comes from the addition of smart models that analyse the information stream from the sensors. By collecting and studying these data, optimization of logistic flows can be achieved resulting in reduction of food losses and thus preserve the environment. Three types of models are included to help evaluating the logistic cold chains. Statistical control models are implemented to check whether the logistic conditions stay within predefined bounds. Keeping quality models are implemented to provide dynamic information on 'best before dates'. Finally, detailed quality change models are implemented to evaluate the impact of the logistic conditions on specific quality attributes in more details. Together, the three types of models provide instruments for streamlining the logistic activities throughout the cold handling chain increasing efficiency and minimizing losses of e.g., fresh fruits and vegetables.

De rol van de ‘gentry’ in de economische ontwikkeling van Gelderland in de negentiende eeuw
Cruijningen, P.J. van - \ 2015
Bijdragen en mededelingen : Historisch jaarboek voor Gelderland 105 (2015). - ISSN 0923-2834 - p. 167 - 178.
In december 2014 is deel 105 van Bijdragen en Mededelingen ‘Gelre’ verschenen, een goed gevuld jaarboek, met bijdragen die bijna alle tijdvakken van de Gelderse geschiedenis bestrijken – van prehistorie tot twintigste eeuw. Om met de voorbije eeuw te beginnen: de tentoonstelling ‘Mijlpaal 1950’, gehouden in het Arnhemse Sonsbeekpark, was bedoeld als een icoon van de wederopbouw van naoorlogs Nederland, maar liep uit op een geweldige flop. In een originele bijdrage wordt dit drama in vele bedrijven uit de doeken gedaan, waarbij (het gebrek aan) samenwerking tussen bemoeizuchtige Haagse ambtenaren en goedbedoelende Arnhemse bestuurders centraal staat. Andere bestuurlijke perikelen, maar dan uit een verder verleden, krijgen de aandacht in een analyse van de turbulente wordingsjaren van de Gelderse Provinciale Staten tijdens de Nederlandse Opstand aan het eind van de zestiende eeuw. Dit was niet alleen een tijd van politieke beroering, maar ook op religieus gebied moesten er keuzes worden gemaakt: katholiek of protestant? De geschiedenis van de vestiging van de gereformeerde kerk in het Kwartier van Zutphen laat zien hoe complex dit proces kon zijn, terwijl de geschiedenis van de katholieke Walraven van Stepraedt het geheel een persoonlijk gezicht geeft. Niet minder complex blijkt de schuldenproblematiek waarin hertog Arnold zich ruim een eeuw eerder bevond. Uitgebreid bronnenonderzoek leidde hier tot interessante bevindingen. De economische geschiedenis komt ook aan de orde in een opstel over de rol die de Gelderse landadel speelde in de ontwikkeling van land- en bosbouw in de negentiende eeuw. Voorts staat ‘Gelderse identiteit’ volop in de aandacht, onder meer in een bijdrage over het Gelderland-beeld in de negentiende-eeuwse literatuur. Zoals gebruikelijk biedt Bijdragen en Mededelingen ook een rondgang langs recent verschenen publicaties, die in verschillende boekbesprekingen aan een kritische blik worden onderworpen. Tot slot ontmoeten we een oude bekende: de Archeologische Kroniek, waarin Gelderse gemeente- en regioarcheologen verslag doen van hun bevindingen, is na bijna twintig jaar afwezigheid nieuw leven ingeblazen. Met een scala aan prachtige illustraties maakt zij een flitsende comeback. Kortom, het jaar 2014 leverde weer een ongemeen rijke oogst aan publicaties op het terrein van de Gelderse geschiedenis.
Polyphenols and Cardiovascular Diseases: Is there a Role for ther Antioxidant Porperties?
Hollman, P.C.H. - \ 2013
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 62 (2013)2. - ISSN 0250-6807 - p. 149 - 149.
The potential health effects of antioxidants have attracted much interest and enthusiasm of consumers and food industry. Recently, we performed a Google search with the search term “antioxidant foods” and found more than 12 million hits! Among others, the internet gives lists of the “top 10 of antioxidant foods”, and heavily advertises “super antioxidant foods” etc. In this context, the large family of polyphenols, antioxidants ubiquitous in plant foods, has been studied extensively. Many authors have linked the antioxidant activity of polyphenols to the beneficial effects of vegetables and fruit. A still growing number of epidemiological studies showed that the intake of polyphenol-rich foods (tea, red wine, cacao, onions, and apples) was inversely associated with CVD [1]. These associations have also been demonstrated for individual polyphenols (mainly flavonols and flavan-3-ols) [2–4]. In addition, well conducted clinical trials with polyphenol-rich foods showed beneficial effects on intermediate markers of CVD [5, 6]. These studies might suggest that a relation exists between the antioxidant activity of polyphenols and their health effects. However, what’s the evidence for such a relation? The Total Antioxidant Capacity (TAC) of foods and plasma or serum has been commonly measured. These methods try to measure the total amount of antioxidants in these samples. Furthermore, products of lipid peroxidation, e.g. F2 isoprostanen, hydroperoxides and oxidised LDL have been frequently measured [7]. However, a causal relation between these biomarkers of antioxidant activity and CVD has not been established. Thus the physiological relevance of a potential change in this biomarkers is unclear [7]. So, there seems to be no beneficial direct antioxidant effect of polyphenols. The reasons for this lack of effect will be discussed. References: 1 Arts IC, Hollman PC: Polyphenols and disease risk in epidemiologic studies. Am J Clin Nutr 2005;81:317S–325S. 2 Hertog MGL, Feskens EJ M, Hollman PCH, Katan MB, Kromhout D: Dietary antioxidant flavonoids and risk of coronary heart disease: the Zutphen Elderly Study. Lancet 1993;342:1007–1011. 3 Arts IC, Hollman PC, Feskens EJ, Bueno de Mesquita HB, Kromhout D: Catechin intake might explain the inverse relation between tea consumption and ischemic heart disease: the Zutphen Elderly Study. Am J Clin Nutr 2001;74:227–232. 4 Hollman PC, Geelen A, Kromhout D: Dietary Flavonol Intake May Lower Stroke Risk in Men and Women. J Nutr 2010;140:600–604. 5 Hooper L, Kay C, Abdelhamid A, Kroon PA, Cohn JS, Rimm EB, Cassidy A: Effects of chocolate, cocoa, and flavan-3-ols on cardiovascular health: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials. Am J Clin Nutr 2012;95:740–751. 6 Ried K, Sullivan TR, Fakler P, Frank OR, Stocks NP: Effect of cocoa on blood pressure. Cochrane DB Syst Rev 2012:1–81.
Post-harvest Proteomics and Food Security
Pedreschi Plasencia, R.P. ; Lurie, S. ; Hertog, W. ; Nicolai, B. ; Mes, J.J. ; Woltering, E.J. - \ 2013
Proteomics 13 (2013)12-13. - ISSN 1615-9853 - p. 1772 - 1783.
cell-wall proteome - peach fruit - chilling injury - botrytis-cinerea - tomato fruit - citrus-fruit - sugar-beet - wide characterization - gel-electrophoresis - seed-germination
To guarantee sufficient food supply for a growing world population, efforts towards improving crop yield and plant resistance should be complemented with efforts to reduce postharvest losses. Post-harvest losses are substantial and occur at different stages of the food chain in developed and developing countries. In recent years a substantially increasing interest can be seen in the application of proteomics to understand post-harvest events. In the near future post-harvest proteomics will be poised to move from fundamental research to aiding the reduction of food losses. Proteomics research can help in reducing food losses through (i) identification and validation of gene products associated to specific quality traits supporting marker-assisted crop improvement programs, (ii) delivering markers of initial quality that allow optimization of distribution conditions and prediction of remaining shelf life for decision support systems and (iii) delivering early detection tools of physiological or pathogen related post-harvest problems. In this manuscript, recent proteomics studies on post-harvest and stress physiology are reviewed and discussed. Perspectives on future directions of post-harvest proteomics studies aiming to reduce food losses are presented.
The defecation pattern of healthy term infants up to the age of 3 months
Hertog, J. ; Leengoed, E. van; Kolk, F. ; Broek, L. van den; Kramer, E. ; Bakker, E.J. ; Bakker-van Gijssel, E. ; Bulk, A. ; Kneepkens, F. ; Benninga, M.A. - \ 2012
Arch. Dis. Child.-Fetal Neonatal Ed. 97 (2012)6. - ISSN 1359-2998 - p. F465 - F470.
double-blind - 1st stool - formula - frequency
Background Defecation problems occur frequently in infants. A clearer insight into the normal defecation pattern is required to gain a better understanding of abnormal defecation. Aim To describe the defecation pattern of healthy infants in The Netherlands. Methods From a research population of 1175 healthy Dutch infants, 600 infants without any complaints were selected. The parents recorded details of feeding and defecation at the age of 1, 2 and 3 months using a standardised questionnaire and bowel diary. Results In breastfed infants, average daily defecation frequency decreased significantly during the first 3 months (from 3.65 to 1.88 times per day), whereas no significant changes were observed in infants fed standard formula or mixed feeding. At every age both the average and the range of defecation frequency of breastfed infants were higher than those of infants receiving formula feeding. Breastfed infants had softer faeces than formula-fed infants and the colour more often was yellow. At the age of 3 months, 50% of stools of formula-fed infants were green coloured. There was no significant difference in quantity between the three types of feeding, but there existed a negative correlation between defecation frequency and quantity. Conclusion This study gives insight into the defecation patterns of the largest cohort of healthy infants published so far. In the first 3 months of life, breastfed infants have more frequent, softer and more yellow-coloured stools than standard formula-fed infants. Green-coloured stools in standard formula-fed infants should be considered normal.
Het deelhok als nieuwe basiseenheid voor floristische inventarisatie : drie decennia planten- en mossenonderzoek in atlasblok 4017-Hummelo & Keppel
Hertog, A.J. - \ 2011
Velp : Hogeschool van Hall Larenstein (VHL-rapport 2) - ISBN 9789081742603 - 90 p.
vegetatiekartering - flora - monitoring - biodiversiteit - inventarisaties - achterhoek - vegetation mapping - biodiversity - inventories
Uit methodisch onderzoek blijkt dat bij een normale onderzoeksinspanning maar rond de 50% van het werkelijke aantal plantensoorten in een kilometerhok gevonden wordt. Het merendeel van de zeldzame en schaars verspreide soorten wordt gemist vanwege een te lage trefkans. Door het onderzoek te concentreren op een beperkt deel van een kilometerhok neemt de trefkans van soorten aanzienlijk toe als gevolg van een hogere onderzoeksintensiteit. De praktijk wijst uit dat de deelhokmethode, waarbij slechts twee zorgvuldig gekozen deelhokken ter grootte van 200 bij 200 meter worden geïnventariseerd, minstens zo effectief is en belangrijke voordelen biedt ten opzichte van de gangbare werkwijze. Een deelhok kan in een beperkte tijd, gemiddeld vier uur, integraal en nagenoeg volledig worden geïnventariseerd. Een deelhokonderzoek is daarom veel beter reproduceerbaar. Een deelhok is daarmee zeer geschikt als onderzoekseenheid voor monitoring.
Hoe natuurlijk zijn natuurrampen?
Hilhorst, D.J.M. - \ 2008
In: Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij: De georgrafie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu / Dietz, T., den Hertog, F., van der Wusten, H., Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press - ISBN 9789053567982 - p. 233 - 238.
The Propagation of Variation in Glucosinolate Levels as effected by Controlled Atmosphere and Temperature in a Broccoli Batch
Schouten, R.E. ; Zhang, X. ; Tijskens, L.M.M. ; Kooten, O. van - \ 2008
Acta Horticulturae 802 (2008). - ISSN 0567-7572 - p. 241 - 246.
Broccoli combines high levels of vitamins, fibres and glucosinolates (GLS) with a low calorie count. GLS are precursors for the characteristic broccoli flavour and have anti-carcinogenic properties. This study describes the effect of controlled atmo¬sphere (CA) and temperature on GLS concentrations in broccoli. Data on GLS behaviour and gas exchange were gathered for broccoli heads that were stored at three temperatures and subjected to four levels of O2 and three levels of CO2. The GLS behaviour of three GLS (raphanin, GB and neo-GB) was examined that showed exponential decrease over time, possibly representing the GLS interaction with myrosinase. The most striking feature is the large variation in GLS concentrations at harvest. The propagation of the variation in GLS over time is clearly affected by CA and temperature. Variation in GLS concentrations over time at the same gas condi¬tions and temperature was interpreted with the moment of harvest as main cause of random variation. Assuming that this random variation is normally distributed, the exponential function over time can be transformed into a batch model that describes the changes of variation over time (Schouten et al., 2004, Hertog et al. 2004). The effect of the CA was modelled using the standard gas exchange model. This calibrated gas exchange model was then linked via the reaction rate constant to the batch model to create an integrated batch model. This integrated batch model was subsequently calibrated to describe the variation of the GLS as function of O2, CO2, time, tempera¬ture and the batch parameters (average biological age and standard deviation). The percentage variance accounted for was on average 85%. Considering that this modelling effort is based on destructive GLS measurements, this is a rather high value. All GLS species were retained by suitable (low O2, high CO2) gas conditions, but remarkably, raphanin was found to be less affected by temperature, indicating that CA storage and low temperature would both retain this GLS species to the same extent, while low temperature storage is a better option for e.g. neo-GB
De paradoxale relatie tussen toerisme en natuur
Kloek, M.E. ; Duim, V.R. van der - \ 2008
In: Van Natuurlandschap tot Risicomaatschappij / Dietz, T., den Hertog, F., van der Wusten, H., Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press - ISBN 9789053567982 - p. 141 - 145.
Klimaatverandering en overstromingen, meten focus op Nederland
Bouwer, L. ; Vellinga, P. - \ 2008
In: Van Natuurlandschap tot Risicomaatschappij. De geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu / Dietz, A.J., den Hertog, F., van der Wusten, H., Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press - ISBN 9789053567982 - p. 186 - 190.
Hoe spelen modelleurs met het systeem aarde?
Leemans, R. - \ 2008
In: Van Natuurlandschap tot Risicomaatschappij : de geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu / Dietz, A.J., den Hertog, F., van der Wusten, H., Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press - ISBN 9789053567982 - p. 143 - 147.
Effect of early dietary structure and conformation on the GIT development, feed resident time, pH of the contents at 18 days of age
Khoa, M.A. ; Hertog, E. den; Baarslag, L.J.A. ; Kwakkel, R.P. ; Poel, A.F.B. van der - \ 2007
Understanding Functional Relationships Affecting Growth and Quality of Field Grown Leaf Lettuce in the Greenbelt of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tittonell, P.A. ; Grazia, J. De; Chiesa, A. - \ 2005
In: III International Symposium on Applications of Modelling as an Innovative Technology in the Agri-Food Chain; MODEL-IT, Leuven, Belgium, 29 May - 2 June 2005 / Hertog, M.L.A.T.M., Nicolai, B.M., Leuven, Belgium : ISHS - ISBN 9789066055186 - p. 367 - 373.
Earlier studies in the horticultural production area around Buenos Aires (Argentina) indicated that field grown leaf lettuce fertilised with 150 kg N ha-1 accumulated NO3-N in the leaves up to concentrations well above the reference limits adopted by European countries. Previous studies also showed that the planning of sowing dates and a sound management may help overcome nutritional quality problems, reduce risks of environmental pollution and increase the efficiency of the system. As an aid to crop planning, a management decision-tool is being developed following a modelling approach to predict growth and quality (i.e. NO3 content) of field-grown lettuce in the area. The model was conceptually based on that of Seginer et al. (1997) for greenhouse lettuce, in which a negative correlation between C assimilates and NO3 concentrations in vacuole is used. The first step in the development of the model was to asses the simplest (and satisfactorily accurate) approach to model growth of a leaf lettuce crop under field conditions relying on few, easily available parameters, and then to identify source-limited conditions along the year. The model was calibrated with data from several experiments in the area. The model predicted crop (R2 = 0.97) and plant (R2 = 0.98) growth quite accurately when compared with independent data. A first analysis revealed that since leaf lettuce does not need to form a ¿head¿ to be commercially mature, growth can be fairly described by a simple exponential model. NO3 contents varied widely (from 990 to 7590 ppm) under different growing conditions, suggesting that there is room to model the interaction of factors creating source-limited conditions that eventually lead to NO3 accumulation in leaves.
Yield and quality prediction of vegetabels: the case of cucumber
Marcelis, L.F.M. - \ 2001
In: Food process modelling / Tijskens,, Hertog,, Nicolai,,
Modelling food quality
Wilkinson, E.C. ; Tijskens, L.M.M. - \ 2001
In: Food process modelling / Tijskens, L.M.M., Hertog, M.L.A.T.M., Nicolai, B.M., Cambridge : Woodhead
The power and pitfalls of inductive modelling
Verdenius, F. ; Hunter, L. - \ 2001
In: Food process modelling / Tijskens, L.M.M., Hertog, M.L.A.T.M., Nicolai, B.M., Cambridge : Woodhead
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