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Ruben, P.A. (author), Ŝileryté, R. (author), Agugiaro, G. (author)
Urban mining aims at reusing building materials enclosed in our cities. Therefore, it requires accurate information on the availability of these materials for each separate building. While recent publications have demonstrated that such information can be obtained using machine learning and data fusion techniques applied to hyperspectral...
journal article 2020
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Furlan, C. (author), Wandl, A. (author), Geldermans, Bob (author), Sileryte, R. (author)
Fundamental changes in the societal use of biophysical resources are required for a sustainable transformation. Current (urban) metabolism research traces flows of energy and materials and products to capture resource use along value<br/>chains from resource extraction to production and consumption and the discharge of wastes and emissions....
journal article 2020
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Arciniegas Lopez, G.A. (author), Ŝileryté, R. (author), Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Wandl, A. (author), Dukai, B. (author), Bohnet, P.M.M. (author), Gutsche, Jens-Martin (author)
Improving waste and resource management entails working on interrelations between different material flows, territories and groups of actors. This calls for new decision support tools for translating the complex information on flows into accessible knowledge usable by stakeholders in the spatial planning process. This article describes an open...
journal article 2019
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Sileryte, R. (author), Lopes Gil, J.A. (author), Wandl, A. (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
The concept of Circular Economy has gained momentum during the last decade. Yet unsustainable circular systems can also create unintended social, economic and environmental damage. Sustainability is highly dependent on a system’s geographical context, such as location of resources, cultural acceptance, economic, environmental and transport...
conference paper 2018
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Nüst, Daniel (author), Granell, Carlos (author), Hofer, Barbara (author), Konkol, Markus (author), Ostermann, Frank O. (author), Sileryte, R. (author), Cerutti, Valentina (author)
The demand for reproducible research is on the rise in disciplines concerned with data analysis and computational methods. Therefore, we reviewed current recommendations for reproducible research and translated them into criteria for assessing the reproducibility of articles in the field of geographic information science (GIScience). Using...
journal article 2018
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Šileryte, R. (author), Wandl, A. (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
Transitioning towards circular economy requires changes in the current system which yield a number of impacts on such fundamental values as human health, natural environment, exhaustible resources, social well-being and prosperity. Moreover, this process involves multiple actors and requires careful considerations of ample spatial information....
conference paper 2017
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Arciniegas, Gustavo (author), Bohnet, Max (author), Gutsche, Jens-Martin (author), Šileryte, R. (author), Wandl, A. (author)
REPAiR applies a geodesign approach to the field of waste and resource management. On that account, it aims to reveal both local and space-specific challenges of waste and resource management as well as integrated and place-based eco- innovative solutions for these challenges. In order to put this into practice, REPAiR combines Steinitz (2012)...
report 2016
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Sileryte, R. (author), Nourian Ghadikolaee, P. (author), Van der Spek, S.C. (author)
The paper presents a workflow for collecting, structuring and processing geo-referenced recreational mobility data from a sports tracking application as to monitor recreational usage of urban spaces. The data collected include GPS trajectories of people walking, jogging, and running for recreational purposes in European cities. The presented...
conference paper 2016
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Yang, D. (author), Šileryte, R. (author), D'Aquilio, A. (author), Turrin, M. (author)
Building performance simulations are usually timeconsuming. They may account for the major portion of time spent in Computational Design Optimization (CDO), for instance, annual hourly daylight and energy simulations. In this case, the optimization may become less efficient or even infeasible within a limited time frame of real-world projects,...
conference paper 2016
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D'Aquilio, A. (author), Šileryte, R. (author), Yang, D. (author), Turrin, M. (author)
In large sport’s buildings, a big part of energy can be saved by providing natural instead of mechanical ventilation. However, additional challenges arise while controlling airflow and temperatures in different zones. These measures<br/>highly depend on the shape, construction and ventilation openings, which are mostly decided in the early...
conference paper 2016
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Turrin, M. (author), Yang, D. (author), D'Aquilio, A. (author), Šileryte, R. (author), Sun, Y (author)
The design of sport buildings has great impact on top-sport as well as on recreational sport-activities. It implies challenging tasks in meeting the performance-requirements. This includes the control of factors like daylight/lighting, air flow, thermal conditions, just to name a few. Such factors impact the performance of athletes and are hard...
journal article 2016
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Šileryte, R. (author), D'Aquilio, A. (author), Di Stefano, D. (author), Yang, D. (author), Turrin, M. (author)
Parametric modelling allows quick generation of a large number of design alternatives. Ultimately, it can be combined with optimization algorithms for obtaining optimal performance-driven design. However, setup of design space for optimization is a very complex task requiring designer’s a priori knowledge and experience. Therefore, this paper...
conference paper 2016
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Kalogianni, E. (author), Sileryte, R. (author), Lam, M. (author), Zhou, K. (author), Van der Ham, M. (author), Van der Spek, S.C. (author), Verbree, E. (author)
Within this research-driven project, passive WiFi monitoring of WiFi enabled devices was used to detect users (students, employees, visitors) of buildings at the campus of Delft University of Technology to gain insight into the Rhythm of the Campus: the occupation, duration of stay and moving pattern at and between the different facilities ...
conference paper 2015
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