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Rios Cazares, Dafne (author)
The Energy transition is driving systemic changes in energy systems to reduce CO₂ emissions. The Local Inclusive Future Energy (LIFE) Project, a 'Living Lab' consortium, seeks to accelerate this transition in Amsterdam Zuidoost, by preventing energy congestion inclusively (LIFE project, 2022). The complexity of the challenge requires multi...
master thesis 2023
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Kappers, Lisa (author)
Citizen participation is a practice in the built environment practised frequently in construction projects to voice the opinions of residents. However, the participation process is not a standard practice in the industry yet. With the new Environmental and Planning Act of 2024, participation will be the responsibility of the private sector...
master thesis 2023
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Ghorbani, Amineh (author), Siddiki, Saba (author), Bravo, Giangiacomo (author)
contribution to periodical 2023
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Foroughi, M. (author), de Andrade, Bruno (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
The data presented in this Data in Brief article offers an insight into the scientific literature on conceptual and empirical approaches to public participation and consensus-building. It consists of articles retrieved from the Scopus search engine which feature “public participation”, “consensus”, and “value and attribute” in the title,...
journal article 2023
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Triggianese, M. (author)
This article explores the pivotal role of design as a decision-making tool within multi-stakeholder collaborations, focusing on the early phases of the Rotterdam Central Railway Station and its surroundings project. Spanning from 1996, when it gained National Key Project status, to 2007, when construction commenced, this period precedes the...
journal article 2023
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van Eijck, Sabine (author), Nannes, Roel (author)
Negotiations in urban development projects can take a long time, going back and forward to the designer many times, even leading to stalemate situations. Requirements can be set intuitively, without knowing what the side effects of the constraints will be for the urban development. On top of that, approval of all stakeholders is needed to be...
master thesis 2022
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Nguyen, Ynhi (author)
As the world’s population is constantly growing, there is increased pressure on agricultural food value chains to deliver sustainable food production, distribution, and consumption, forcing core stakeholders in the food value chain (FVC) to change to meet those needs. One of the most significant barriers is a lack of collaboration, which risks...
master thesis 2022
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Zhilyaev, D. (author), Binnekamp, R. (author), Wolfert, A.R.M. (author)
Within traditional design processes, decisions are often made based on individualistic values and late-stage assessments conducted on a predefined set of design alternatives potentially leading to suboptimal design decisions and conflicts. The issues are further amplified by the growing complexity of construction project management where an...
journal article 2022
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Ao, Yibin (author), Tan, Liyao (author), Zhong, Jinglin (author), Zhang, Hongying (author), Wang, Yan (author), Wang, T. (author)
Earthquake is one of the most serious natural disasters. Taking scientific and reasonable earthquake preparedness measures can effectively reduce casualties and economic losses caused by earthquakes. It is important to understand how residents choose such earthquake preparedness measures to guide them accordingly. However, the current research...
journal article 2022
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Yurrita Semperena, M. (author), Murray-Rust, D.S. (author), Balayn, A.M.A. (author), Bozzon, A. (author)
In an effort to regulate Machine Learning-driven (ML) systems, current auditing processes mostly focus on detecting harmful algorithmic biases. While these strategies have proven to be impactful, some values outlined in documents dealing with ethics in ML-driven systems are still underrepresented in auditing processes. Such unaddressed values...
conference paper 2022
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Buckenmayer, M.B. (author), Gonçalves, M. (author), Mulder, I. (author)
Social innovations are promising to tackle today's complex global challenges, especially when they scale, leading to a higher impact, which can generate asocietal transformation. The current work elaborates on scaling deep, a specific scaling strategy aiming to shift cultural values, mindsets and beliefs. However, applying this strategy in...
conference paper 2021
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Los, Marjolein (author)
Ford is facing new competitors and changes in their market. To stay relevant, they have to deal with collaboration to solve complex problems, new technologies that enable new value propositions and a shift from products to services. Service design seemed like a promising approach to deal with those challenges and to come up with new services in...
master thesis 2020
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van Duin, Ron (author), Kortmann, Rens (author), van de Kamp, Maarten (author)
This study investigates whether a system of hub locations distributing goods across the water to the city of Amsterdam can be a potential future solution to guarantee same-day delivery to shopkeepers. A simulation model was developed to analyse the logistics performances and to optimise the number of hub locations and required fleet size. The...
conference paper 2017
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Anand, Nilesh (author), van Duin, Ron (author), Tavasszy, Lorant (author)
Efficiency of city logistics activities suffers due to conflicting personal preferences and distributed decision making by multiple city logistics stakeholders. This is exacerbated by interdependency of city logistics activities, decision making with limited information and stakeholders’ preference for personal objectives over system efficiency....
journal article 2016
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Niks, M.C. (author)
Introduction This thesis is part of my Master of Science graduation project at the OV-chipkaart Graduation Lab of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. The aim of the Graduation Lab is to improve electronic ticketing for travellers using Dutch public transport in a 3 to 10 year time-span. This work...
master thesis 2013
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Tompson, T. (author), Haeusler, M.H. (author)
Public transport interchanges often involve several stakeholders for planning and decision-making. As a result complexity leads to inefficient processes, leading to indecision, disruption, or costly delays. Consequently, the paper focuses on the application of tools for navigation and prioritization of opportunities in the need finding, fuzzy...
conference paper 2013
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Ghawana, T. (author), Hespanha, J. (author), Khandelwal, P. (author), Van Oosterom, P. (author)
Cadastral systems based on 2D spatial representation have served land administration and property management well for centuries. In India, the basic unit of the cadastral record is the land parcel, which is known as plot. Maintenance of land records with ownership; assessment of tax on the property and tax collection is the responsibility of...
conference paper 2013
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Keshan, S. (author)
The main problématique of the site -Ciudad Juarez and the graduation studio was to investigate into the various issues contributing to the emerging phenomenon of abandoned housing in Mexico. In addition to poor urban planning, there is a fundamentally flawed system in the manner in which social housing is conceived, designed, produced, inhabited...
master thesis 2012
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Guillen, G. (author), Katan, J. (author), Xu, B. (author)
The aim of this research is to discover ways that multi-stakeholder platforms for collaboration can be instrumental in the efforts of the media industry to achieve compliance with strategic sustainability and enhance its practices of Corporate Social Responsibility. Industries have gained awareness of their responsibilities towards environmental...
conference paper 2010
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