M E Hendriks

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We consider a terminal operator, who provides his logistics services of container handling at multiple terminals within the same port. In this setting, the well-known berth allocation problem can no longer be considered per terminal for two main reasons: i) vessel calls should be spread over the various terminals to avoid peaks and troughs in quay crane(More)
Studies of the effect of minor H antigen mismatching on the outcome of renal transplantation are scarce and concern mainly single center studies. The International Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Workshops (IHIW) provide a collaborative platform to execute crucial large studies. In collaboration with 16 laboratories of the IHIW, the role of 15(More)
3 patients with liver failure developed hepatic encephalopathy. 2 patients, men aged 60 and 72 years, had chronic liver disease and presented with episodes of confusion. They recovered after being treated with lactulose. The third patient, a 37-year-old woman, became comatose shortly after the onset of acute liver failure due to acute autoimmune hepatitis.(More)
Freezing injury to the developing cortical plate results in a neocortical malformation resembling four-layered microgyria. Previous work has demonstrated that following freezing injury to the somatosensory cortex, males (but not females) have more small and fewer large cells in the medial geniculate nucleus. In the first experiment, we examined the effects(More)
We consider a fourth party logistics service provider (LSP), who faces the problem of distributing different products from suppliers to consumers having no control on supply and demand. In a fourth party set-up, the operations of transport and storage are run as a black box for a fixed price. Within certain boundaries with respect to variability in supply(More)
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