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Zuurbier, F.S. (author)
The thesis presents a generic methodology able to generate optimal controlled dynamic prescriptive route guidance to be disseminated by means of variable message signs (VMS). The methodology is generic in the sense it can be used on any network topology, with any number of VMS's, for different scenario's (e.g. recurrent congestion or accidents),...
master thesis 2005
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Bakker, I.O. (author)
The legacy of the Olympic Games proofs to be problematic for many former host cities. A legacy most of the cities were after when bidding for the Games, only with a different outcome in mind. Large-scale urban areas within cities with empty stadiums and Olympic parks as a result. The post – Olympic period offers to little demand for the created...
master thesis 2009
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Curvelo Magdaniel, F.T.D.J. (author)
Since higher educated people have been seen as human capital, the city planners have developed strategies to hold them as young entrepreneurs for the economy of the city which is increasingly focused on knowledge and services. Indeed, real estate is a relevant aspect which supports the primary tasks of the knowledge institutions and creates...
master thesis 2010
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Braakman, T.A. (author)
At the northern part of Rotterdam, the City Region Rotterdam and the province of South Holland are creating possibilities to strengthen the economic structure of the South Wing of Randstad Holland. With the launch of the Spatial Plan Region Rotterdam 2020, efforts towards a comprehensive development of this part of the city are made. The area...
master thesis 2010
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Van de Water, L.B.S. (author)
World Expos are ‘world known’ events, with its core business to meet, learn and innovate. The national pavilions specially build for these events are outstanding architectural structures to show off the visitors and the rest of the world. What many people do not know is that the post-use of these structures and the surrounding area are in many...
master thesis 2010
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Van Prooye, E.E.J.F.M. (author)
Since the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, where the Dutch Olympians won a record amount of Olympic medals, the Olympic Dream has yet again awoken in the Netherlands. The dream to stage the Olympic once again, exactly 100 years after the first and only Olympiad in the Netherlands, was aimed at 2028. So why would the Netherlands want to host such an...
master thesis 2010
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Van Enk, C.E.W. (author)
A transforming world The world is transforming as geographical locations are becoming less important as communication and transport facilities are expanding their domains, becoming increasingly efficient. The trend is clear; nations are opening their doors for people, trade, and knowledge in order to get involved in the world economy. We are now...
master thesis 2011
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Klee, K.S.E. (author)
The Olympic host cities have been facing difficulties with the post-use of the legacy of the Olympic Games. When organizing the Games, big plans for the city arise and during the event, the city shows its beautiful venues. However, after the Games the venues remain empty and unused. The post-Olympic period offers too little demand for the...
master thesis 2012
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Verhoef, J.B. (author)
The research sets out to study strategic behaviour in a post-disaster recovery period for long-term development that integrates communities that previously have been ignored. In a broad sense, the aim of this study is to gain a better understanding in how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) can set a community-based legacy in a recovery period...
master thesis 2012
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Chen, W. (author)
When an architecture firm decides to enter a foreign market, an entry strategy needs to be adopted. This paper adopted cross-case study analysis by interviewing Dutch architecture firms and their Chinese counterparts to figure out the motivation of Dutch firms to enter Chinese market and the entry strategies which are adopted. It is found that...
master thesis 2013
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Rombouts, R.A.J. (author)
Research consists of an intensive literature study of five preceding summer Olympic Games and an in-depth case study of the London 2012 Olympics. In all cases the legacy-planning during the process is analysed and evaluated by making use of a strategic model. In the end the lessons learned from preceding Games and London are converted into...
master thesis 2013
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Reynolds, A. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Reinders, J.R. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. Most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expensive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Kirchert, J. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expen- sive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Klouvas, T.A. (author)
The research has been initiated with the aim to investigate the community participation levels in the different stages of the Post Disaster Urban Redevelopment phases. This research has investigated four different time moments. Namely the immediate situation after the tsunami (t=0), one year after the disaster had occurred (t=1), four year after...
master thesis 2014
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Lin, H. (author)
Nowadays, many Chinese cities like Shenzhen are experiencing intense spatial transformation. Downgrading neighbourhoods are being replaced by high-end housing, shopping malls and office in order to promote economic growth. The former socialist public housing is one of the redevelopment hot spots. However, such land-based development focuses on...
master thesis 2014
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Wu, J.J. (author)
The main function of university Institutions is to produce human capital and providing students and staff with a helpful environment that will enhance their learning, and becoming more creative. It is for institutions a challenging task to match demand with their assets. Resources have to be put for the right use to update the portfolio to...
master thesis 2015
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Brommet, O.D. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Xiao, X. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Kramer, I. (author)
In this master thesis an exploratory research into the possibly of the implementation of open data in the renovation process of post-war serial built dwellings is described. A user need analysis has been conducted by means of literature review, expert interviews and case studies. This led to a description of the process, the involved...
master thesis 2016
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