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van der Noort, Rover (author)
Edge AI is an architectural deployment tactic that brings AI models closer to the user and data, relieving internet bandwidth usage and providing low latency and privacy. It remains unclear how this tactic performs at scale, since the distribution overhead could impact the total energy consumption. We identify four architectural scalability...
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Usa, Lyana (author)
Olfactory learning in <i>Drosophila </i>larvae exemplifies efficient neural processing in a small-scale network with minimal power consumption. This system enables larvae to anticipate important outcomes based on new and familiar odor stimuli, a process crucial for survival and adaptation. Central to this learning mechanism is the olfactory...
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Habde, Sanjana (author)
The research aims to explore the role of women in the field of architecture, examining their work, participation, and impact to enhance the visibility of their contributions. In a survey of the world’s 100 biggest architecture practices, only three were headed by women, and just two had as many female managers as male, according to magazine...
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Yu, Z. (author)
Metabolism as the avant-garde architectural movement in Japan, reflects the thinking for the future toward changes, new technology, and social resilience by the 1960s Japanese architects. The movement is deeply rooted in the Japanese Buddhist belief based on reincarnation and architectural tradition based on dismantling.<br/>From a functional...
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IJpenga, Willisa (author)
The implementation of the Coercion and Care Act or “Wet Zorg en Dwang” (WZD) in the Netherlands in 2020 has sparked a discussion about the free movement of people with Alzheimer’s. Although the law prohibits enclosed living spaces for these people, wandering behaviour remains a challenge in care environments. This causes disruptions and burdens...
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El Omari, Oudail (author)
In the midst of economic turmoil and environmental adversity, Bedouin communities in the Levant demonstrate remarkable resilience through their architectural practices and communal ethos. This study examines the spatial dynamics of Bedouin settlements, exploring their adaptation strategies during the economic crisis of 2023 in Lebanon, and...
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Witte, Guusje (author)
This research gives an answer to the question question ‘How is the switch in architectural language of Yasmeen Lari connected to the social and political context in Pakistan throughout her career?’. It explores three key themes: feminism, nationalism, and economic inequality. Lari's architectural humanitarian works, aimed at empowering women in...
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van der Cammen, Eva (author)
The Great Fire of Chicago in 1871 destroyed almost the entire city. As a result, the Chicago School of Architecture emerged, which is characterised by high-rise buildings with steel skeleton frames. This architectural movement spread beyond America and influenced cities worldwide. This thesis analyses the impact of the American high-rise...
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Michalik, Aleksandra (author)
This research paper studies the evolution of the Arab-Norman style in sacred monuments across Sicily, mainly in Palermo and adjacent cities, from the 9th to 12th century. The focus is on three edifices: the Monreale Cathedral, San Cataldo Church and Cathedral-Basilica of Cefalù. The premise of the research is to explore the cultural convergence...
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Nistor, Ana (author)
This essay explores the relationship between dwelling architecture and mental health, with a particular focus on the housing constructed in Vienna and London between 1840 and 1919, during a period of unprecedented growth that followed the Industrial Revolution. Contemporary building standards guarantee that current dwelling architecture does not...
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Stražinska, K. (author)
Despite nearly three decades having passed since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Soviet-era housing remains a significant component of major cities’ housing stocks. Often perceived as outdated and socially stigmatized, these housing estates surpass their intended lifespan, leading to difficulties in maintenance and renovation. In this study,...
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Batbay, Atacan (author)
This paper investigates the Enver Hoxha Pyramid in Tirana, exploring its evolution through three distinct phases of significance. Originally serving as a museum dedicated to Enver Hoxha during the communist era, the Pyramid later lost its identity following the fall of communism. However, a recent renovation has breathed new life into the...
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ter Glane, K.E. (author)
This thesis explores the interactions between the architect Christopher Alexander and the visionary grouping of architects known as Team 10, with a focus on Alexander's participation in one of Team 10's famous meetingsa t the Abbaye de Royaumont in 1962. Both Alexander and Team 10 went on to make important contributions to architectural history...
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Ilieva, Ina (author)
Communism was a big part of the Bulgarian history that started after World War 2 and lasted until the last decade of the previous century. This period greatly influenced the current architecture, and mindset and ideas of the people. It is famously known for regarding every individual as equal, which resulted in every person having the same...
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Damberg, Carlos (author)
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Karakoyun, Berkan (author)
Adaptive reuse can be defined in a multitude of ways, but in this case it refers to the renovation and revitalisation of a building or site into a new purpose brought forth by societal and urban needs. This concerns many different projects, yet this paper aims to explore the nature of post-industrial designs and how they may be developed into...
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Soeroredjo, Shanice (author)
The thesis explores the historical and cultural evolution of Jakarta, Indonesia, examining the influences of Dutch colonialization on the city’s architectural heritage and cultural identity. Beginning with its early origins as Sunda Kalapa in the 14th century, the city underwent transformations under Dutch rule, culminating in the establishment...
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Castrén, Joonas (author)
The 1960s in Finland were a period of experimentation with concrete, steel, and color, that coincided with a period of rapid economic growth and urbanization. In the building industry, the role of the architect evolved to become a civil servant in a way, entrusted to alleviate shortages in housing and commercial space. Heikki Castrén and his...
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Arents, Emma (author)
This research explores the evolving relationship between temple architecture and the temple community during Thailand's Rattanakosin period. It reveals insights into the nation's ethos and cultural richness. Buddhism, central to Thai identity, shapes communal life in Thai temples, or Wats. Admit three key case studies—Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Arun,...
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Flierman, Nienke (author)
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