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  1. How the IoT Affects Multibusiness Industrial Companies: IoT Organizational Archetypes 

    Bilgeri, Dominik; Fleisch, Elgar; Wortmann, Felix (2018)
    Innovative technologies, including sensors, cloud-based data analytics and artificial intelligence, are altering the logic of how manufacturing companies conduct business. More specifically, the Internet of Things (IoT), and hence the transition from offering physical products to providing digital solutions, alters manufacturers’ manner of value creation and value capturing. Against this background, manufacturers are forced to extend their ...
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  2. Geographical patterns of fungal and rhizobial symbionts of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) 

    Ramoneda, Josep; Gamper, Hannes; Frey, Beat; et al. (2018)
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  3. Do new interactions within symbiotic mycorrhizal communities benefit rooibos mineral nutrition? 

    Ramoneda, Josep; Gamper, Hannes; Frey, Beat; et al. (2018)
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  4. GMK Sphere Implant exhibits Medial Stability during Gait Activities: An in-vivo Videofuoroscopy Study 

    Schütz, Pascal; Taylor, William R.; Postolka, Barbara; et al. (2018)
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  5. Using augmented reality and sensors in museums to understand visitor behaviour 

    Grübel, Jascha; Thrash, Tyler; Hölscher, Christoph; et al. (2018)
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  6. Sensing visitor behaviour in museums 

    Grübel, Jascha; Thrash, Tyler; Hölscher, Christoph; et al. (2018)
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  7. Frequency Scaling as a Security Threat on Multicore Systems 

    Miedl, Philipp; He, Xiaoxi; Meyer, Matthias; et al. (2018)
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  8. Antecedents of occupational turnover 

    Medici, Guri; Tschopp, Cécile; Grote, Gudela (2018)
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  9. A virtual platform to evaluate policy scenarios targeting environmental impacts from household consumption 

    Frömelt, Andreas; Heeren, Niko; Buffat, René; et al. (2017)
    Household demand for products and services triggers a multitude of economic activities along the supply chain of each product and service, involving the use of resources and the release of emissions. Assessing environmental footprints of households is thus an important basis to identify environmental strategies. This study aimed to develop a comprehensive regionalized bottom-up model for Switzerland which is able to assess the environmental ...
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  10. Exploiting household consumption data: environmental impacts of archetypical behaviors 

    Frömelt, Andreas; Dürrenmatt, David J.; Hellweg, Stefanie (2018)
    As major drivers of the economy, the environmental importance associated with households is unquestioned. Especially from a consumption-based accounting perspective, household consumption can be regarded as ultimately responsible for all resources consumption and emission releases that occur over the whole life cycle of products and services. However, given that purchase decisions are highly behavior-driven, devising effective and targeted ...
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  11. Carbon footprint hotspots in a Swiss municipality 

    Frömelt, Andreas; Mauchle, Manuela; Steubing, Bernhard; et al. (2015)
    Zernez, a municipality with 1003 inhabitants in the Swiss Alps, has recently initiated a collaboration with ETH Zurich to identify ways to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The present study aimed thus at determining the current carbon footprint of Zernez so as to identify the most relevant sectors and reduction potentials regarding GHG emissions. For this purpose, material and energy flows were assessed. The main data source was ...
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  12. Quantifying the energy demand of households on a regional level: model application and evaluation, and case study 

    Frömelt, Andreas; Saner, Dominik; Hellweg, Stefanie (2014)
    Energy is a key factor for economic and societal development. However, the dependence of today’s energy systems on fossil or on other non-renewable energy sources causes a range of adverse environmental impacts. The built environment with its associated heating and cooling loads, as well as the mobility sector are major energy consumers. Therefore, assessing and understanding environmental footprints of housing and mobility is essential ...
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  13. Assessing the environmental impacts from housing and land-based mobility demand of households on a regional level 

    Frömelt, Andreas; Hellweg, Stefanie (2015)
    Mobility and housing are key consumption areas from an environmental perspective. Assessing environmental footprints of housing behavior and mobility patterns of households is thus an important first step to identify strategies for a sustainable development of urban settlements and for the abatement of adverse environmental impacts. In this study, a model for the life cycle assessment of housing and mobility of individual households was ...
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  14. Nutrition combined environmental assessment of global diets 

    Abhishek, Abhishek; Mathys, Alexander (2018)
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  15. Review and evaluation of design approaches for glued-in rods in east and west Europe 

    Stepinac, Mislav; Bidakov, Andrii; Jockwer, Robert; et al. (2018)
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  16. Deformation-based seismic design and verification of earth- and retaining structures in Switzerland 

    Duvernay, Blaise; Alvarez, Manuel; Fischer, Heike; et al. (2018)
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  17. On the Capacity of Thermal Covert Channels in Multicores 

    Miedl, Philipp; Bartolini, Davide B.; Thiele, Lothar (2016)
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  18. Design and Practical Application of Post-Tensioned Timber Frames with Hardwood 

    Ogrizovic, Jelena; Wanninger, Flavio; Frangi, Andrea (2018)
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