Sökning: "Capacity Management"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 523 avhandlingar innehållade orden Capacity Management.
Sammanfattning : Variations can have substantially negative effects on performance and it is therefore important to investigate how the variations can be reduced or absorbed in an appropriate way for competitiveness. Manufacturing companies are daily exposed to variations and operations managers need to take capacity management decisions with this in mind to secure the delivery capability. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Healthcare systems are facing a continuously increasing demand for care while healthcare providers express a need for additional capacity. However, increased capacity in healthcare systems will not be a sufficient option in the near future, and previous research has found a need to improve healthcare capacity planning and management. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : To be able to guarantee a certain level of service quality, for different services, one can reserve capacity for these along selected paths through the network. By doing this, one can better control the traffic streams so that the total capacity in the network is used well and so that the services receives the needed quality for the customers. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Cloud computing provides the illusion of a seamless, infinite resource pool with flexibleon-demand accessibility. However, behind this illusion there are thousands ofservers and peta-bytes of storage, running tens of thousands of applications accessedby millions of users. LÄS MER
5. Culture and Capacity : Drought and Gender Differentiated Vulnerability of Rural Poor in Nicaragua, 1970-2010
Sammanfattning : This dissertation interprets gender-differentiated vulnerability to drought within a rural community located in the dry zone, la zona seca, of Nicaragua, a region that has been identified by the government and NGO sector as suffering from prolonged and, since the 1970s, more frequent droughts. A combination of gender, capitals, and vulnerability demonstrates the value in using a multidimensional perspective to look at the socioeconomic and cultural contexts that form the capacity individuals have had to reduce their long-term vulnerability to drought in Nicaragua. LÄS MER