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Casakin, Hernan (author), Badke-Schaub, P.G. (author)
This study deals with the role of mental models in the coordination of team activities during design problem-solving. The work centers on the sharedness of mental models in a design team setting, mainly on the interaction between an architect and two clients. A major goal is to gain insight into how modifications in mental models affect...
journal article 2017
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Aibinu, Ajibade A. (author), Papadonikolaki, E. (author)
Various procurement methods have been proposed as being more appropriate for implementing BIM. Simultaneously, BIM implementation affects the project coordination. Whereas many approaches to BIM implementation have considered integrated procurement, not all are applicable to various local markets. Particularly in the Netherlands, BIM...
conference paper 2016
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Zuiderwijk, A.M.G. (author)
Governments and researchers traditionally focus on the publication of Open Government Data (OGD), whereas the actual use of the data is often neglected. Open data initiatives are often criticized for not realising the promoted benefits, yet only the use of OGD can result in these benefits. OGD use requires several actors, activities and tools;...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Wei, C. (author)
Multi-robot teams have potential advantages over a single robot. Robots in a team can serve different functionalities, so a team of robots can be more efficient, robust and reliable than a single robot. In this dissertation, we are in particular interested in human level intelligent multi-robot teams. Social deliberation should be taken into...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Rezaee, S.A. (author), Oey, M.A. (author), Nevejan, C.I.M. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Introducing the notion of Participatory Demand-Supply (PDS) systems as socio-technical systems, this paper focuses on a new approach to coordinating demand and supply in dynamic environments. A participatory approach to demand and supply provides a new frame of reference for system design, for which the engagement of all stakeholders plays an...
journal article 2015
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Brous, P.A. (author), Overtoom, I. (author), Herder, P.M. (author), Versluis, A. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Data infrastructures represent information about physical reality. As reality changes, data infrastructures might also be subject to change. Researchers have increasingly approached physical infrastructures as being complex adaptive systems (CAS). Although physical infrastructures are often approached as CAS, the underlying data infrastructures...
journal article 2014
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Steenhuisen, J.R. (author)
doctoral thesis 2013
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Yadati Narasimha, C. (author)
doctoral thesis 2013
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De Joode, J. (author)
The topic of this dissertation is the regulation of gas infrastructure expansion in the European Union (EU). While the gas market has been liberalised, the gas infrastructure has largely remained in the regulated domain. However, not necessarily all gas infrastructure facilities – such as gas storage facilities, LNG import terminals and certain...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Klievink, B. (author)
Governments aim to improve service delivery towards citizens and businesses. One of the main trends in this area is that organisations are increasingly trying to integrate service delivery by using information and communication technology (ICT). Service integration is necessary as individual service offerings are often just a part of a bigger...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Feenstra, R. (author)
doctoral thesis 2011
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Bayerl, P.S. (author)
The goal of this project was two-fold: firstly, to add to the theoretical knowledge about the impact of complex media combinations for distributed team coordination, and secondly, to increase the practical knowledge for organizations and designers on how to design and implement complex technological solutions for the support of distributed teams...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Bayerl, P.S. (author), Lauche, K. (author)
For highly interdependent yet location-specific tasks, distributed teams need to closely coordinate activities and processes. This field study in the upstream oil and gas industry focused on challenges in the coordination of highly interdependent tasks if teams work remotely on an ongoing basis. Based on 78 semi-structured interviews and...
journal article 2010
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Gonzalez, R.A. (author)
Crisis response efforts often require coordinating a previously unknown adhocracy of agencies under time pressure. While current technologies that support coordination are successful for well-defined static process descriptions, they may fall short in the face of more complex and unpredictable scenarios, such as a crisis or emergency. Using...
doctoral thesis 2010
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De Wit, A.J. (author), Van Keulen, A. (author)
Multi-level optimization and multi-disciplinary optimization are areas of research that are concerned with developing efficient analysis and optimization techniques for complex systems that are made up of coupled elements (components). Within the field of multilevel optimization and multi-disciplinary optimization a large number of techniques...
conference paper 2010
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De Wit, A.J. (author)
Complex systems, such as those encountered in aerospace engineering, can typically be considered as a hierarchy of individual coupled elements. This hierarchy is reflected in the analysis techniques that are used to analyze the physcial characteristics of the system. Consequently, a hierarchy of coupled models is to be used, accounting for...
doctoral thesis 2009
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Gonzalez, R.A. (author)
This paper presents a crisis response simulation model architecture combining a discrete-event simulation (DES) environment for a crisis scenario with an agent-based model of the response organization. In multi-agent systems (MAS) as a computational organization, agents are modeled and implemented separately from the environmental model. We...
conference paper 2009
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Klievink, B. (author), Janssen, M. (author)
Joining up remains a high priority on the e-government agenda and requires extensive transformation. Stage models are predictable patterns which exist in the growth of organizations and unfold as discrete time periods that result in discontinuity and can help e-government development towards joined-up government. Although stage models may be...
journal article 2009
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Van Katwijk, R.T. (author)
The objective of this thesis is to create a distributed, multi-agent, approach to traffic control. This PhD thesis' focus is on the control of a network instrumented by traffic signals.A thorough literature study has been performed, reviewing the current state of the art in traffic signal control. On the basis of this literature survey, a...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Steenhuisen, J.R. (author), Witteveen, C. (author)
conference paper 2007
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