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Versteegh, Wouter (author)
In forensic science, the strength of evidence is calculated mainly by statistical models called likelihood ratio systems. In court cases, the specific-source likelihood ratio system is used by forensic scientists to determine if a trace originates from a known reference, called the trace-reference problem. However, collecting sufficient data to...
master thesis 2024
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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...
student report 2024
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Mancoulov, Daniël (author)
Many households aged 55 and older with a desire to move encounter a lack of suitable housing on the Dutch housing market. Various households that have a desire to move, cannot find a dwelling that meets their desires in their desired location. This hinders their ability to realize their housing preferences and forms an impediment to the...
master thesis 2024
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Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, Molood (author)
In society, institutions are the foundation that governs human behaviour through rules, norms, and regulations. The actions and interactions of individuals are shaped by these institutions, forming a cyclic system with numerous parameters and factors. Altering any of these factors, triggers the entire system to transition into a new state that...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Hunhevicz, Jens J. (author), Hall, Daniel M. (author), Brasey, Pierre-Antoine (author), Bonanomi, Marcella M.M. (author), Fischer, Martin (author)
This paper presents a first conceptualization for decentralized project delivery through the combination of blockchain technology and common pool resource governance theory, also known as the ”crypto commons”. While previous literature on project delivery models identifies the use of decentralized governance, there is not yet a holistic...
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Carella, Fabio (author), De Martino, P. (author), Soffietti, Folco (author), Negretto, Vittore (author), Musco, Francesco (author)
The Italian coast has about 700 ports, which are different in typology, dimension, role, and ownership. Historically, this has led to the significant fragmentation of governance and space and a lack of cooperation that ports and cities still experience today. Among all ports, small and medium-sized ports (SMPs), such as marinas, small...
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Hopf, Y.M. (author), Simoes dos Santos, D. (author), Ossenkoppele, Boudewine W. (author), Noothout, E.C. (author), Chang, Z.Y. (author), Chen, Chao (author), Vos, H.J. (author), Verweij, M.D. (author), de Jong, N. (author), Pertijs, M.A.P. (author)
This article presents an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) for catheter-based 3-D ultrasound imaging probes. The pitch-matched design implements a comprehensive architecture with high-voltage (HV) transmitters, analog front ends, hybrid beamforming analog-To-digital converters (ADCs), and data transmission to the imaging system....
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Tao, Ronnie (author)
My project starts from the city Berlin. After visiting the site in Friedrichshain, I found that people who lived there were not satisfied with the food-eating space nearby throughout my interviews. They said that even though there were some restaurants, the community was lack of diverse food space, and they were willing to go to the West Berlin...
master thesis 2023
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Erolsun, Emir (author)
MHKA (Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp), is a museum established in the 1970's. Given spatial and characteristic requirements, it is seeking for an expansion and reestablishment in the wide art scene in Antwerp. The MHKA has deep roots in the city itself, including public inclusivity and how people have been experiencing art in various ways...
master thesis 2023
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van Halsema, Jantine (author)
Over the past decade, within many fields, there has been growing interest in thoughts and theories from the commons. In commons theory, the conceptualisation of something as a commons, is a way in which a common resource can be protected from enclosure, overexploitation or neglect by connecting it to a community which uses, manages and (re...
master thesis 2023
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Isaenko, Matvei (author)
In my thesis I was studying the interrelation between network topology and dynamics and the emergence and evolution of institutions for the governance of CPR. This research was intended to shed some light on what is the role of networks in formation of endogenous institutions and the possible insights for policy makers and users of CPR. To...
master thesis 2023
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Hepsaydir, Leyla (author)
This research is rooted in defining the marginlands of Istanbul; comprised of the city’s backstages, cracks, and fissures. It proposes an intervention along the historic margins of the city’s Land Walls, now swallowed by urban sprawl and existing as an interstitial inner-city threshold. The lands of such margins harbour an air of latency, having...
master thesis 2023
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Jacobs, Gijs (author)
Berlin’s history of oppression gives it an interesting role in the development in European thought. In this project, that history is recontextualised through the story of electronic dance music (EDM) and used as a basis for an alternative approach to both old &amp; new potential models of society.<br/>The project attempts to create the...
master thesis 2023
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Romaniuk, Michał (author)
The project strives to imagine a district of commoning in Warsaw, where the common praxis is to be fueled by capturing the desires of visiting subjects. It is followed by an investigation of the relations of space and desire, finally culminating in the design of a cinema, which is to be a centrepiece of the desiring district.
master thesis 2023
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van Westing, Jochem (author)
Society is getting more inclusive by the day. Both in terms of race as well as gender, sexuality, religion and so on. This trend of inclusion should find physical correspondence in the design of public spaces that are more accessible to a wider audience with different lifestyles and cultures. The studio of Public Building offered a platform to...
master thesis 2023
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Abbassi, Annasophie (author)
Problem statement <br/>Friendrichshain consists of variety of contrast, diversity, and multiplicity regarding architecture, functions, gentrification, atmospheres, users, and cultures. This multiplicity gives a unique quality to the area. Berlin has a history of migration and has been experiencing a high refugee inflow in recent years. After...
master thesis 2023
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van Dalen, Timo (author)
This project takes place in Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany and presents the design of a Public Condenser along the Straße der Pariser Kommune named ’Bau(m) Berlin’. The project is part of the Public Building Graduation Studio and looks into the topic of designing a ’new urban lounge and commons’ through the process of Research by Design. <br/>...
master thesis 2023
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Shekar, Kirthan (author), Nguyen, Nancy (author), van der Steen, Raven (author), Saridou, Stefania (author), Hoogland, Willemijn (author)
For the last decades, technologies, new agricultural trade policies, environmental restrictions, high pressure through economic competition in combination with a sharp competition of land lead to the development of intensive farming. As a result, patchy landscapes have been replaced by monofunctional, homogeneous agricultural landscapes that...
student report 2023
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Mézière, Lucas (author)
The ecological question is symptomatic of our time and a multi-disciplinary problem. The material manipulations produced by the architectural and urban design disciplines interfere with essential ecosystemic processes by introducing disruptive materialities and machinery. This work aimed to participate in shaping a solid foundation for the...
master thesis 2023
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Zhou, H. (author), Dorsman, J. L. (author), Mandjes, M. (author), Snelder, M. (author)
Activity-based travel demand models provide a high level of detail when modeling complex travel behavior. Since stochastic simulation is used, however, this high level may induce large random fluctuations in the output, necessitating many model reruns to produce reliable output. This may become prohibitive in terms of computation time when...
journal article 2023
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