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Güler, Burak (author)
Na een lange tijd waarin woningcorporaties door overheidsbeleid zijn beperkt in hun taken met betrekking tot sociale woningbouw, lijkt het belang van de woningcorporaties in het oplossen van het tekort aan middenhuur meer erkend te worden. Dit is te zien aan de recente afschaffing van de verhuurderheffing en de Nationale Prestatieafspraken met...
master thesis 2023
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Canbaloğlu, Gülay (author), Treur, J. (author), Wiewiora, Anna (author)
This paper addresses formalisation and computational modelling of context-sensitive control over multilevel organisational learning and in particular the role of the leadership style in influencing feed forward learning flows. It addresses a realistic case study with focus on the role of managers for control of multilevel organisational learning...
conference paper 2023
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Peng, Z.P. (author), Debnath, Ramit (author), Bardhan, Ronita (author), Steemers, Koen (author)
The dynamic thermal conditions profoundly impact on the quality of physical, cultural, and social experiences in courtyard spaces. This research aims to identify the microclimatic dissimilarities between courtyards in terms of tempering seasonal–diurnal thermal extremes and enriching ground-level thermal textures. The methodology included...
journal article 2023
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Banerjee, I. (author)
In a dynamic or disruptive situation, such as disasters, a fully mobile and decentralized infrastructure-less network seems to be a viable option for communication. Citizens are confronted with challenges such as complicated deployment of these networks, resource-constrained mobile phones and mobility. This requires communication networks to...
doctoral thesis 2022
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MA, YAO (author)
Crowd-powered conversational systems (CPCS) solicit the wisdom of crowds to quickly respond to on-demand users' needs. The very factors that make this a viable solution ---such as the availability of diverse crowd workers on-demand--- also lead to great challenges. The ever-changing pool of online workers powering conversations with individual...
master thesis 2022
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Koopman, Sophie (author)
This research aims to develop en apply a new approach towards dealing with heritage in the built environment. By taking the Royal London Hospital area and the Former Outpatient Department within this domain as a case study, tools to connect to specific layers of the context that were found in the research are implied. This is in contrast to the...
master thesis 2022
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Caris, Anne (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic intensified the notion that workplaces need adjustments to support employees - a heterogenous group of individuals from different cultures, generations, genders, with a myriad of personalities, completing vastly different tasks in varied contexts. Of particular interest in this thesis are the site specific cultural and...
master thesis 2022
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Willems, Rick (author)
Mining activities at the Groningen gas field are causing earthquakes which result in building damage. This has started a discussion on what type of damage is caused by earthquakes. These discussions are typical in the forensic engineering field, especially in complex cases. The problem is the lack of regulations, in terms of standardizations and...
master thesis 2022
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Bareman, Aart-Jan (author)
Technologies for Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) need to take <br/> into account local cost, usability and maintenance challenges, and ‘modular’ <br/> device designs can be one way of overcoming these challenges. However, <br/> despite research into the design advantages of these devices, the adoption<br/>challenges have not yet been...
master thesis 2022
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Tepjit, S. (author)
Our research concentrated on a newly emerged problem related to smart cyber-physical systems (S-CPSs). The essence of the problem is that S-CPSs are based on reasoning mechanisms that enable them to generate context-dependent solutions for various application problems. Typically, development of application-specific reasoning mechanisms (ASRMs)...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Dong, Xichao (author), Zhao, Zewei (author), Wang, Yupei (author), Zeng, Tao (author), Wang, J. (author), Sui, Yi (author)
Recently, frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar-based hand gesture recognition (HGR) using deep learning has achieved favorable performance. However, many existing methods use extracted features separately, i.e., using one of the range, Doppler, azimuth, or elevation angle information, or a combination of any two, to train...
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Chen, Y. (author)
Chinese cities have experienced rapid urbanisation and attracted massive investment in the central city through urban redevelopment. Developing less favourable urban areas such as former industrial sites along the waterfront is less attractive for investment as these areas usually need to deal with poor environments and complicated land...
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Azarnoush, M. (author), Esfanjary Kenari, Eisa (author), Ghaffari, A. (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
Community relocation could be voluntary or forced, but such change in the composition of inhabitants can endanger the historic urban context and its cultural significance. So, finding the answer to these questions is crucial: What are the main factors for relocation in historic urban contexts, and are these areas affected differently? This paper...
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Banerjee, I. (author), Warnier, Martijn (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
This paper addresses the challenge of establishing a resilient disaster communication system that transitions seamlessly from a phone-based ad hoc network to any portable infrastructure and back. For this purpose, this paper presents a value-based design of an autonomous and self-organized protocol (SOS-hybrid). This design ensures seamless...
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Sanz Segura, R. (author), Manchado-Pérez, Eduardo (author), Özcan, Elif (author)
Designing alarms to address the increasing complexity of dynamic and interconnected systems in current socio-technological environments presents multi-faceted design problems that require systematic thinking and a collaborative and holistic approach. To understand the alarm design challenges better, we map out the design space for audible...
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Shishkov, B.B. (author), Ivanova, Krassimira (author), Verbraeck, A. (author), van Sinderen, Marten (author)
Drones performing an autonomous mission need to adapt to frequent changes in their environment. In other words, they have to be context-aware. Most current context-aware systems are designed to distinguish between situations that have been pre-defined in terms of anticipated situation types and corresponding desired behavior types. This only...
conference paper 2022
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Klerks, Gwen (author), Slingerland, G. (author), Kalinauskaite, Indre (author), Brodersen Hansen, Nicolai (author), Schouten, Ben (author)
Social sustainability is becoming an increasingly important topic in design practice, calling for more contextual perspectives on the process of design for social sustainability. This paper presents a retrospective case study analyzing the design process of a serious game which aimed to empower teenagers to organize events to strengthen...
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Liscio, E. (author), van der Meer, M.T. (author), Cavalcante Siebert, L. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author), Murukannaiah, P.K. (author)
The pursuit of values drives human behavior and promotes cooperation. Existing research is focused on general values (e.g., Schwartz) that transcend contexts. However, context-specific values are necessary to (1) understand human decisions, and (2) engineer intelligent agents that can elicit and align with human values. We propose Axies, a...
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Dudzik, B.J.W. (author), Küster, Dennis (author), St-Onge, David (author), Putze, Felix (author)
The ability to automatically infer relevant aspects of human users' thoughts and feelings is crucial for technologies to adapt their behaviors in complex interactions intelligently (e.g., social robots or tutoring systems). Research on multimodal analysis has demonstrated the potential of technology to provide such estimates for a broad range...
conference paper 2022
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Masso, Anu (author), Chukwu, Martha (author), Calzati, S. (author)
This study explores relocated algorithmic governance through a qualitative study of the Ubenwa health app. The Ubenwa, which was developed in Canada based on a dataset of babies from Mexico, is currently being implemented in Nigeria to detect birth asphyxia. The app serves as an ideal case for examining the socio-cultural negotiations...
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