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Groeneveld, B.S. (author), Melles, M. (author), Vehmeijer, S.B.W. (author), Mathijssen, Nina M. C. (author), Dekkers, T. (author), Goossens, R.H.M. (author)
Objective: Tailored communication and information provision is expected to contribute to patient-centred care (PCC) in total hip arthroplasty (THA). In previous research, three subgroups of THA patients were identified that are similar in their clinical, psychological and communication characteristics. Preliminary subgroup-specific design...
journal article 2019
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Despite its widespread availability there is evidence that GIS is underused in the realm of landscape design research. Though recognized as a useful tool for mapping and planning, the potential of GIS is often still underutilized due to a lack of awareness and prejudice. This paper explores some concepts of GIS-based analysis which link to the...
journal article 2016
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
There is evidence that the potential of GIS is still underutilized in landscape design and research due to a lack of awareness and prejudice. This paper explores some concepts of GIS-based analysis which link to the very heart of landscape design in a natural and intuitive way. Hence the possibility to break down barriers of using GIS in...
conference paper 2016
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Triggianese, M. (author)
conference paper 2015
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Da Silva Cardozo, O. (author), Crilly, N. (author), Hekkert, P.P.M. (author)
Products result from processes that are guided by designers’ intentions for what the products should be, what they should be like and what they should do. People might infer these intentions more or less accurately from the products’ form, or they might learn about them from a variety of sources such as advertisements and other marketing...
journal article 2015
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Trento, A. (author), Fioravanti, A. (author)
Quality, according to Pirsig’s universal statements, does not belong to the object itself, nor to the subject itself, but to both and to their interactions. In architecture it is terribly true as we have a Building Object and Users that interact with it.The problem we approach here, renouncing at the impossible task of modelling the actor’s ...
conference paper 2013
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Deken, F. (author), Kleinsmann, M.S. (author), Aurisicchio, M. (author), Lauche, K. (author), Bracewell, R. (author)
Designing is a knowledge-intensive activity. For novice design engineers, an important means of acquiring knowledge is to consult experienced colleagues. We observed novice–expert consultations as part of three engineering projects in a large aerospace company. Seven meetings were analysed in detail regarding the design activity, the content,...
journal article 2011
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