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LIAISON Innovative Case Studies: AgroCycle

Martin Javornicky
2022 Zenodo  
These methods helped to collect different opinions and experiences of people who were involved in the cases and they helped to understand how certain processes work and what aspects influence these processes  ...  Therefore 30 European and 2 non-European cases were selected out of a pre-selection of 200 innovative cases using specific criteria to include the most insightful cases and to keep a balance in geographical  ...  "I think out in the public domain people would say circular economy, oh, recycle and that gets rid of everything. And that is not the case at all. You have to take a complete systems-based approach.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6463109 fatcat:tz2xaynmqbakbp3vqge2n3c3va

LIAISON Innovative Case Studies: ANCIENT GRAIN

Janusz Dąbrowski
2022 Zenodo  
These methods helped to collect different opinions and experiences of people who were involved in the cases and they helped to understand how certain processes work and what aspects influence these processes  ...  Therefore 30 European and 2 non-European cases were selected out of a pre-selection of 200 innovative cases using specific criteria to include the most insightful cases and to keep a balance in geographical  ...  , b) "Translation" of different languages used by all the actorsfrom scientific "jargon" to language used by the farmers focused on practical aspects of farming activities, and c) Selection of communication  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6463148 fatcat:ws45b4zsc5ggxousg3ossv4b6q

LIAISON Innovative Case Studies: Organic Plus

Jekaterina Markow, Susanne Von Münchhausen, Anna Häring
2022 Zenodo  
These methods helped to collect different opinions and experiences of people who were involved in the cases and they helped to understand how certain processes work and what aspects influence these processes  ...  Therefore 30 European and 2 non-European cases were selected out of a pre-selection of 200 innovative cases using specific criteria to include the most insightful cases and to keep a balance in geographical  ...  Partners differ in their assessment of how to engage with farming businesses and have different degrees of related experience.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6463037 fatcat:dw4o2jv3vfcqfmm2yl44fi5w4m

Newbits - Case Study Taxonomy

Olatunde Baruwa, Xavier Leal
2017 Zenodo  
The approach is applied to four pre-selected ITS case studies.  ...  First, the report describes the factors for preselecting the case studies in representativeness and variety, status, scalability and transferability, network of stakeholders, and market opportunities.  ...  clear KPIs for the case studies based on the KPIs identified for ITS services.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1243096 fatcat:tupn2kq7xjg2rnz32fnfj5vfsm

Coordination in Supply Chains: From Case Studies to Reference Models [chapter]

Yue Ming, Raymond Houé, Bernard Grabot
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Intensive competition has forced companies to focus on their core business and as a consequence to participate to more and more complex supply networks.  ...  The necessity to preserve the autonomy of each partner makes such networks usually managed in a decentralized way. Consequently, problems and conflicts emerge during the coordination processes.  ...  This paper focuses on identifying real problems in coordination processes, based on case studies, and at identifying the causes of these problems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16358-6_26 fatcat:scfm7nounnacbffx56yxz7duda

Developing a data sharing framework: a case study

Emma Higgins, Mark Taylor, Paulo Lisboa, Farath Arshad
2014 Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy  
Design / methodology / approach: A two year case study of a data sharing project between a UK fire and rescue service, local council, NHS primary care trust and a police force was undertaken.  ...  Originality / value: The detailed analysis of a data sharing case study identified the need for a systematic data sharing framework.  ...  The project upon which the case study research was based aimed to deliver initiatives to help reduce the risk of fires and improve the quality of life targeted at relevant households, based on the use  ... 
doi:10.1108/tg-02-2013-0007 fatcat:t733adabondt7kmiaeo7udobsu

LIAISON Innovative Case Studies: Food Hubs in Romania: Nod Verde

Elena Claudia Palau, Mark Redman
2022 Zenodo  
These methods helped to collect different opinions and experiences of people who were involved in the cases and they helped to understand how certain processes work and what aspects influence these processes  ...  Therefore 30 European and 2 non-European cases were selected out of a pre-selection of 200 innovative cases using specific criteria to include the most insightful cases and to keep a balance in geographical  ...  The Food Hub approach is based upon strong and active interaction between the NGO project partners and the extended networks of farmers and consumers with and for whom they work.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6463065 fatcat:6sih5zf3h5bppaaqbwcfv3noua

Deliverable 4.1 Case Studies published

Auke Pals
2021 Zenodo  
This deliverable outlines the strategy on the approach to get case studies published for the NGI Trust projects.  ...  It provides details on the main objectives, selection, method of gathering the case studies and the communication channels.  ...  In total nine different case studies for 11 different projects have been published.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5767418 fatcat:pocjlzy7jvhr5afe3fkwc2wqma

Case Studies [chapter]

Evangelos B. Mazomenos, Juan Mario Rodríguez, Carlos Cavero Barca, Gennaro Tartarisco, Giovanni Pioggia, Božidara Cvetković, Simon Kozina, Hristijan Gjoreski, Mitja Lustrek, Hector Solar, Domen Marincic, Jure Lampe (+2 others)
2013 Systems Design for Remote Healthcare  
The CHIRON project (Cyclic and person-centric health management: Integrated approach for home, mobile and clinical environments) focuses on prevention i.e. on a move away from 'health care' towards 'health  ...  sensors and data available at the hospital including outcomes of image-based tests.  ...  In the worst case scenario, when two sensors have different drift directions, the time difference is 3.6 s.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-8842-2_10 fatcat:5ovb3lvbb5ec5cuwhchuwq7gsu

D2.2_Research Procurement Case Studies

Garavelli Sara
2016 Zenodo  
Thirteen case studies are included; nine describe the experience of public sector organisations, which have procured different types of cloud services for different amounts of money; four others report  ...  The procurement experiences described in these case studies showcase that even if almost all of the organisations have the same procurement procedures, cloud procurement can be approached in many different  ...  Why case studies matter and who are they for?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.46973 fatcat:ku22yqsmqja27oynu2j3i62l24

Country Case Studies [chapter]

Sriram Balasubramanian, Lahcen Bounader, Jana Bricco, Dmitry Vasilyev
2021 How to Achieve Inclusive Growth  
This chapter looks at four key case studies across advanced and emerging markets—the Nordics, India, Brazil, and Egypt—to try to answer this question.  ...  Is there a one-size-fits-all approach to inclusive growth?  ...  public finances, trust in the system, high employment, and strong social partners.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780192846938.003.0021 fatcat:n5q35epiznfhvfzcw6vzj2ufai

Case studies in industry

Daniel Méndez Fernández, Stefan Wagner
2016 Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry - CESI '16  
Case study research has become an important research methodology for exploring phenomena in their natural contexts.  ...  Our goal is to help especially inexperienced researchers facing their first case studies in industry by increasing their awareness for typical obstacles they might face and practical ways to deal with  ...  In one case, we were developing a model-based requirements engineering approach for embedded systems in the automotive domain.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2896839.2896844 dblp:conf/icse/Fernandez016 fatcat:emxjrljwqvcbdgve44qonp3jjy

Looking For Good International Partnerships: Bodegas Pirineos Ltd., A Case Study Within The Spanish Context

Yolanda Polo Redondo, Jesus J. Cambra Fierro
2011 Journal of Business Case Studies (JBCS)  
In other case, firms will look for other alternatives, when available.  ...  This paper, by analyzing a specific Spanish case, Bodega Pirineos Ltd., identifies those factors that a Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) company assesses when choosing and deciding on building up a relationship  ...  If we use the case study research method, we must use the analytical approach and study case by case.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jbcs.v2i1.4883 fatcat:tpe4vb2krrbvxjp5vowri3ueo4

Networked Innovation in Innovation Networks: A Home Appliances Case Study [chapter]

Luis Berasategi, Joseba Arana, Eduardo Castellano
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Amongst different types of Collaborative Networked Organizations it is possible to highlight those created to develop and market product, process or business model innovation.  ...  This paper presents the main features of TALAI-SAREA © methodology that includes a reference model, a set of analysis tools and a method for implementing networked innovation in innovation networks.  ...  Methodology In developing the research we have based on previous studies identified in the literature, and a case study with a prestigious business group in the white appliance sector.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04568-4_1 fatcat:gywfnx5xjrgmtm4qbs3hfzuowy

A case study in pervasive retail

George Roussos, Juha Tuominen, Leda Koukara, Olli Seppala, Panos Kourouthanasis, George Giaglis, Jeroen Frissaer
2002 Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on Mobile commerce - WMC '02  
The focus here is on the one hand, on the analysis of the business forces that dictate the development of pervasive retail and on the other, the implications and the opportunities for innovative business  ...  In this paper we discuss the rationale for the development of MyGrocer, a second-generation pervasive retail system, as well as its implications for the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector.  ...  A short while later the consumer receives offers by different retailers and selects the best. The consumer selects "home delivery" and confirms the order.  ... 
doi:10.1145/570705.570722 dblp:conf/wmc/RoussosTKSKGF02 fatcat:bgz7k4p4vrdsxodhuspvv2hive
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