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University of Twente

EducationEnschede, Overijssel, Netherlands
About: University of Twente is a(n) education organization based out in Enschede, Overijssel, Netherlands. It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Population & Membrane. The organization has 15890 authors who have published 39988 publication(s) receiving 1173424 citation(s). The organization is also known as: Universiteit Twente.


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Abstract: Discriminant validity assessment has become a generally accepted prerequisite for analyzing relationships between latent variables. For variance-based structural equation modeling, such as partial least squares, the Fornell-Larcker criterion and the examination of cross-loadings are the dominant approaches for evaluating discriminant validity. By means of a simulation study, we show that these approaches do not reliably detect the lack of discriminant validity in common research situations. We therefore propose an alternative approach, based on the multitrait-multimethod matrix, to assess discriminant validity: the heterotrait-monotrait ratio of correlations. We demonstrate its superior performance by means of a Monte Carlo simulation study, in which we compare the new approach to the Fornell-Larcker criterion and the assessment of (partial) cross-loadings. Finally, we provide guidelines on how to handle discriminant validity issues in variance-based structural equation modeling.

6,804 citations

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Abstract: Cognitive load theory has been designed to provide guidelines intended to assist in the presentation of information in a manner that encourages learner activities that optimize intellectual performance. The theory assumes a limited capacity working memory that includes partially independent subcomponents to deal with auditory/verbal material and visual/2- or 3-dimensional information as well as an effectively unlimited long-term memory, holding schemas that vary in their degree of automation. These structures and functions of human cognitive architecture have been used to design a variety of novel instructional procedures based on the assumption that working memory load should be reduced and schema construction encouraged. This paper reviews the theory and the instructional designs generated by it.

4,402 citations

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Abstract: This paper addresses the question of how technological transitions (TT) come about? Are there particular patterns and mechanisms in transition processes? TT are defined as major, long-term technological changes in the way societal functions are fulfilled. TT do not only involve changes in technology, but also changes in user practices, regulation, industrial networks, infrastructure, and symbolic meaning or culture. This paper practices ‘appreciative theory’ [R.R. Nelson, S.G. Winter, An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change, Bellknap Press, Cambridge, MA, 1982] and brings together insights from evolutionary economics and technology studies. This results in a multi-level perspective on TT where two views of the evolution are combined: (i) evolution as a process of variation, selection and retention, (ii) evolution as a process of unfolding and reconfiguration. The perspective is empirically illustrated with a qualitative longitudinal case-study, the transition from sailing ships to steamships, 1780–1900. Three particular mechanisms in TT are described: niche-cumulation, technological add-on and hybridisation, riding along with market growth.

4,323 citations

Book ChapterDOI
14 Jun 1999
TL;DR: An analysis of why certain design decisions have been so difficult to clearly capture in actual code is presented, and the basis for a new programming technique, called aspect-oriented programming, that makes it possible to clearly express programs involving such aspects.
Abstract: We have found many programming problems for which neither procedural nor object-oriented programming techniques are sufficient to clearly capture some of the important design decisions the program must implement. This forces the implementation of those design decisions to be scattered throughout the code, resulting in “tangled” code that is excessively difficult to develop and maintain. We present an analysis of why certain design decisions have been so difficult to clearly capture in actual code. We call the properties these decisions address aspects, and show that the reason they have been hard to capture is that they cross-cut the system's basic functionality. We present the basis for a new programming technique, called aspect-oriented programming, that makes it possible to clearly express programs involving such aspects, including appropriate isolation, composition and reuse of the aspect code. The discussion is rooted in systems we have built using aspect-oriented programming.

3,355 citations

Book
23 Jun 1995
TL;DR: This book presents Semigroup Theory, a treatment of systems theory concepts in finite dimensions with a focus on Hankel Operators and the Nehari Problem.
Abstract: 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Motivation.- 1.2 Systems theory concepts in finite dimensions.- 1.3 Aims of this book.- 2 Semigroup Theory.- 2.1 Strongly continuous semigroups.- 2.2 Contraction and dual semigroups.- 2.3 Riesz-spectral operators.- 2.4 Delay equations.- 2.5 Invariant subspaces.- 2.6 Exercises.- 2.7 Notes and references.- 3 The Cauchy Problem.- 3.1 The abstract Cauchy problem.- 3.2 Perturbations and composite systems.- 3.3 Boundary control systems.- 3.4 Exercises.- 3.5 Notes and references.- 4 Inputs and Outputs.- 4.1 Controllability and observability.- 4.2 Tests for approximate controllability and observability.- 4.3 Input-output maps.- 4.4 Exercises.- 4.5 Notes and references.- 5 Stability, Stabilizability, and Detectability.- 5.1 Exponential stability.- 5.2 Exponential stabilizability and detectability.- 5.3 Compensator design.- 5.4 Exercises.- 5.5 Notes and references.- 6 Linear Quadratic Optimal Control.- 6.1 The problem on a finite-time interval.- 6.2 The problem on the infinite-time interval.- 6.3 Exercises.- 6.4 Notes and references.- 7 Frequency-Domain Descriptions.- 7.1 The Callier-Desoer class of scalar transfer functions.- 7.2 The multivariable extension.- 7.3 State-space interpretations.- 7.4 Exercises.- 7.5 Notes and references.- 8 Hankel Operators and the Nehari Problem.- 8.1 Frequency-domain formulation.- 8.2 Hankel operators in the time domain.- 8.3The Nehari extension problem for state linear systems.- 8.4 Exercises.- 8.5 Notes and references.- 9 Robust Finite-Dimensional Controller Synthesis.- 9.1 Closed-loop stability and coprime factorizations.- 9.2 Robust stabilization of uncertain systems.- 9.3 Robust stabilization under additive uncertainty.- 9.4 Robust stabilization under normalized left-coprime-factor uncertainty.- 9.5 Robustness in the presence of small delays.- 9.6 Exercises.- 9.7 Notes and references.- A. Mathematical Background.- A.1 Complex analysis.- A.2 Normed linear spaces.- A.2.1 General theory.- A.2.2 Hilbert spaces.- A.3 Operators on normed linear spaces.- A.3.1 General theory.- A.3.2 Operators on Hilbert spaces.- A.4 Spectral theory.- A.4.1 General spectral theory.- A.4.2 Spectral theory for compact normal operators.- A.5 Integration and differentiation theory.- A.5.1 Integration theory.- A.5.2 Differentiation theory.- A.6 Frequency-domain spaces.- A.6.1 Laplace and Fourier transforms.- A.6.2 Frequency-domain spaces.- A.6.3 The Hardy spaces.- A.7 Algebraic concepts.- A.7.1 General definitions.- A.7.2 Coprime factorizations over principal ideal domains.- A.7.3 Coprime factorizations over commutative integral domains.- References.- Notation.

2,766 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Richard H. Friend1691182140032
Jorge E. Cortes1632784124154
Xiang Zhang1541733117576
Carl G. Figdor11656652145
H. Ten Kate11583054069
Xiaoming Li113193272445
Keith Beven11051461705
Jan Feijen10861943842
David N. Reinhoudt107108248814
Detlef Lohse104107542787
Sung Wan Kim10258040586
Ian Manners9879942573
Gert Storm9653032703
Chung K. Law9564032945
Christine L. Mummery9441632296
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202249
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20202,167
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