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Wong, Chi Hang (author)
Airport has been labelled as a non-place by the French anthropologist Marc Augé, with its place as a limbo filled with a mass of isolated individuals which response to non-human mediations such as boarding screens and signages. Consider together with the automatic trend of mobility as well as the social health trend of non-real life...
master thesis 2019
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Papatheodorou, Dimitrios (author)
The city of Amsterdam is facing a housing shortage and according to the future population prognosis, the problem is going to become more severe due to growing immigration numbers. Following Brexit, Amsterdam, along with other European cities are competing to attract the biggest share of potentially relocated businesses and organisations from...
master thesis 2018
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Bakker, Paul (author)
Pavlovian eyeblink conditioning is a powerful experiment used in the field of neuroscience to measure multiple aspects of how we learn in our daily life. To track the movement of the eyelid during an experiment, researchers traditionally made use of potentiometers or electromyography (EMG). More recently, the use of computer vision and image...
master thesis 2017
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Willems, Oscar (author)
Humans interact more and more with their environment through technology, recent decades have seen a huge increase in the need for and availability of Location-Based Services (LBS). Recently landmarks have gotten a renewed interest in the field of LBS , although already a quite old phenomenon. In both the outdoor and indoor environment they are...
master thesis 2017
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Beckman, Gijs (author)
During the studio Delta Interventions, I designed an intervention based on research within the San Francisco Bay Area. Basically, my intervention is about transforming historic real estate along the waterline and creating a new relation with the water. The intervention is mainly focusing on transforming a landmark in to a building that...
master thesis 2017
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Barth, H. (author)
A new intervention has been placed in the suburbs of Bogotá. This new design aims to fight the monotony of large infrastructural arteries running through the city, whilst connecting two neighbourhoods and reclaiming space for the pedestrian. A network of pedestrian bridges connect the scattered brick towers and together with the adjacent park...
master thesis 2016
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Linstra, M. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Van Seggelen, S.W.H. (author)
For a Dutch helmet manufacturer, a product proposal has been made. The key feature of the product, is the development done based on 3D scanning techniques. The actual project was twofold; The scientific part of the project was about developing an algorithm for incorporating 3D scanning data in product design. The main challenge was to...
master thesis 2015
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Krishnakumari, P.K. (author)
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease which is hard to diagnose objectively and may vary based on the surgeon. This disease is usually diagnosed by measuring several characteristic features of Hip X-rays mainly the joint distance between the femoral head and acetabular cup. Hip joint distance reduction is a clear symptom of...
master thesis 2015
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Makri, A. (author)
Finding one's way in complex indoor settings can be a quite stressful and time-consuming task, especially for users unfamiliar with the environment. There have been several different approaches to provide wayfinding assistance in order to guide a person from a starting point to a destination, ranging from traditional maps and signposting systems...
master thesis 2015
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Van Golen, K. (author)
Segmentation of shapes in Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) data is a non-trivial problem. Active Shape Models (ASM) is an approach that attempts to fit a Statistical Shape Model to landmarks. One possible approach is to let a user fit the model onto the MRI data by placing landmarks for ASM. Usually, the user can only see the global fit of the...
master thesis 2014
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Bruggeling, C.R. (author)
This booklet studies the possibilities of the design of public spaces, in the light of two influential theories by Kevin Lynch and Gordon Cullen, published in the beginning of the 1960’s. They focus on the design of the public space in relation to the experience of the city users. Yet again and again these theories are referred to, even in...
master thesis 2013
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Thijs, M.L. (author)
De term Landmark is een veelgebruikt begrip in de stedenbouw. Enkele bekende voorbeelden zijn de Eilffeltoren, Petronas twin-towers en het Opera House in Sydney. In de literatuur zijn er wat discrepanties over de definitie. In dit onderzoek ben ik tot een eigen definitie gekomen: Landmark Buildings zijn iconische gebouwen of objecten die door...
master thesis 2012
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Ridder, B.C. (author)
In this document we will continue a line of research which focusses on reviving partial order planning. We will look at the latest pair of partial order planners, RePOP and VHPOP which both use techniques developed for state-space planners in an attempt to make partial order planning competitive with state of the art state-space planners. We...
master thesis 2010
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