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Welle Donker, F.M. (author)
book chapter 2009
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Dankert, R. (author)
book chapter 2009
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Welle Donker, F.M. (author)
In the digital age geo-information has become embedded in our daily lives, such as navigation systems, community platforms, real estate information and weather forecasts. Everybody uses geo-information for their day-to-day decision making. Therefore, access to geo-information is of vital importance to the economic and social development of the...
book chapter 2010
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Kok, B.C. (author), Crompvoets, J. (author)
book chapter 2010
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Korthals Altes, W.K. (author)
Planning on a national level performs a different function to planning on a local level. Uncertainty plays a larger role, as national planning is often more abstract, i.e., local government has its own responsibilities for the precise location of activities, and zoning of land use. National planning is a process in which public and private...
book chapter 2008
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Elsinga, M. (author), Wassenberg, F. (author)
Nowhere else in Europe does social housing dominate the housing market as it does in the Netherlands. Over one third of all households rent a social-sector dwelling. There are 2.4 million social rented dwellings, a number that has been stable during the last decade. Almost all social housing is owned by housing associations. These have to act on...
book chapter 2007
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Van Oosterom, P.J.M. (author), Meijers, B.M. (author)
book chapter 2012
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Reunis, M.R.B. (author), Santema, S.C. (author)
book chapter 2004
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Lévy-Vroelant, C. (author), Reinprecht, C. (author), Wassenberg, F. (author)
European social housing history can be interpreted through the combination of two complementary notions: path dependency and change. Socio-political experiences and practices at the national, regional or municipal level are potentially powerful determinants of historical developments—an idea known as path dependency. However, they do not stop...
book chapter 2008
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Welle Donker, F.M. (author)
Geo-information (GI) is increasingly having a bigger impact on socio-economic benefits. Over the last decade, use of GI has shifted from a specialised GIS niche market to serving as a direct input to planning and decision-making, public policy, environmental management, readiness to deal with emergencies, creation of value added products,...
book chapter 2009
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Ledoux, H. (author)
Advances in technologies to collect elevation data are far superior to the advances to store and process the resulting point clouds. This paper investigates the use of a DBMS to store and manage not only the points coming from massive point-based datasets, but also a TIN of these points. TINs are used as a support structure to implement...
book chapter 2010
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Schevers, H.A.J. (author), Zlatanova, S. (author), Seijdel, R.R. (author), Dullemond, A.T. (author)
Management of large urban projects requires complex decision-making, which involves a large number of actors. Decision-makers, urban planners, designers, contractors usually have different backgrounds and qualifications. Such a diversity of may lead to conflicting goals,opinions and wrong expectations, which can make the decision-making process...
book chapter 2012
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Lemmen, C.H.J. (author), Augustinus, C. (author), Haile, S. (author), Van Oosterom, P.J.M. (author)
book chapter 2010
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Meijers, B.M. (author), Van Oosterom, P.J.M. (author), Quak, C.W. (author)
This paper deals with efficient data management of variable scale vector data. Instead of pre-building a collection of data sets on different scales, we create an index structure on the base data set (largest scale data) that enables us to extract a map at exactly the right scale the moment we need it. We present both the classic version of the...
book chapter 2009
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Ledoux, H. (author), Meijers, B.M. (author)
One of the simplest methods to construct a 3D city model is to extrude building footprints, to obtain "block-shaped" buildings. While the method is well-known and easy to implement, if the topological relationships between the footprints are not taken into account, the resulting city models will not necessarily be topologically consistent. As a...
book chapter 2009
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Isikdag, U. (author), Zlatanova, S. (author)
Building Information Models as product models and Building Information Modelling as a process which supports information management throughout the lifecycle of a building are becoming more widely used in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (AEC) industry. In order to facilitate various urban management tasks (such as evacuation operations)...
book chapter 2009
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Wassenberg, F. (author)
The social housing sector in the Netherlands is the largest in Europe. Social housing dominates in many urban neighbourhoods, and contemporary urban renewal in the Netherlands focuses on areas where housing associations own the majority of the stock. At the same time, urban renewal means more than just renewal of housing; rather, it is...
book chapter 2008
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Dankert, R. (author)
Als beleid eenmaal is vastgesteld begint de implementatie. Organisaties willen hun beleid graag zodanig verankeren dat de uitvoering van beleid ook daadwerkelijk plaatsvindt. Tegelijkertijd kan het in de praktijk soms verstandig zijn om van beleid af te wijken, bijvoorbeeld omdat er nieuwe inzichten zijn, of omdat er beren op de weg komen die je...
book chapter 2009
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Lemmen, C.H.J. (author), Zevenbergen, J.A. (author)
Great progress has been made with rural land certification in Ethiopia. This process, however, has been mainly confined to the first phase certificates – those without a georeference. In 2008, a team conducted a simple field test using high resolution imagery. On-site tests were performed to determine if Quickbird satellite imagery could be used...
book chapter 2010
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Nieboer, N. (author)
book chapter 2005
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