Frederik Schulte
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Increasing acceptance of free-floating car sharing systems using smart relocation strategies: a survey based study of car2go Hamburg
S Herrmann, F Schulte, S Voß
International conference on computational logistics, 151-162, 2014
On the Way to a Minimum Baseline in IT Governance: Using Expert Views for Selective Implementation of COBIT 5
Y Bartens, F Schulte, S de Haes, S Voss, Y Lamoen
Reducing port-related empty truck emissions: a mathematical approach for truck appointments with collaboration
F Schulte, E Lalla-Ruiz, RG González-Ramírez, S Voß
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 105, 195-212, 2017
Decision support for environmental-friendly vehicle relocations in free-floating car sharing systems: The case of car2go
F Schulte, S Voß
Procedia CIRP 30, 275-280, 2015
Reducing port-related truck emissions: coordinated truck appointments to reduce empty truck trips
F Schulte, RG González, S Voß
International Conference on Computational Logistics, 495-509, 2015
E-business IT governance revisited: An attempt towards outlining a Novel Bi-directional business/IT alignment in COBIT5
Y Bartens, F Schulte, S Voss
2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 4356-4365, 2014
A visualization approach for reducing the perceived complexity of COBIT 5
Y Bartens, S De Haes, L Eggert, L Heilig, K Maes, F Schulte, S Voß
International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems …, 2014
Integrating People and Freight Transportation Using Shared Autonomous Vehicles with Compartments
B Alves Beirigo, F Schulte, RR Negenborn
IFAC-Elsevier, 2018
It governance for cyber-physical systems: The case of industry 4.0
M Savtschenko, F Schulte, S Voß
International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability, 667-676, 2017
An application of late acceptance hill-climbing to the traveling purchaser problem
A Goerler, F Schulte, S Voß
International Conference on Computational Logistics, 173-183, 2013
Empty container management at ports considering pollution, repair options, and street-turns
N Sainz Bernat, F Schulte, S Voß, J Böse
Mathematical problems in engineering 2016, 2016
Directions for sustainable ports in Latin America and the Caribbean
F Schulte, RG González–Ramírez, LM Ascencio, S Voss
International Journal of Transport Economics 43 (3), 2016
Open data evolution in information systems research: Considering cases of data-intensive transportation and grid systems
F Schulte, HI Chunpir, S Voß
International Conference of Design, User Experience, and Usability, 193-201, 2016
Business/IT Alignment in Two Sided Markets: A Study of COBIT 5 for Internet Based Business Models
Y Bartens, F Schulte, S Voß
International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance (IJITBAG) 5 (2 …, 2014
Business/IT alignment in two-sided markets: a cobit 5 analysis for media streaming business models
Y Bartens, HI Chunpir, F Schulte, S Voß
Sustainable Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 1123 …, 2020
Scalable core and Shapley value allocation methods for collaborative transportation
F Schulte, E Lalla-Ruiz, S Schwarze, RG González-Ramírez, S Voß
Technical report, University of Hamburg, 2019
Dual-mode vehicle routing in mixed autonomous and non-autonomous zone networks
B Beirigo, F Schulte, R Negenborn
2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems …, 2018
A time-space network model for collision-free routing of planar motions in a multi-robot station
J Xin, C Meng, F Schulte, J Peng, Y Liu, R Negenborn
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 2020
Heuristic routing software for planning of combined road transport with swap bodies: a practical case.
F Schulte, S Voss, P Wenzel
Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI), Paderborn, 2014
The value of information sharing for platform-based collaborative vehicle routing
J Los, F Schulte, MTJ Spaan, RR Negenborn
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 141, 102011, 2020
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