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Kru?a, M. (author)
On the case of Lange Voorhout.
master thesis 2012
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Lloret Cabot, M. (author), Hicks, M.A. (author), Van den Eijnden, A.P. (author)
Spatial variability of soil properties is inherent in soil deposits, whether as a result of natural geological processes or engineering construction. It is therefore important to account for soil variability in geotechnical design in order to represent more realistically a soil’s in situ state. This variability may be modelled as a random field,...
journal article 2012
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Schüsler, O.M. (author)
When developing a website, feedback from the community is imperative. This is not different for Social Networking Sites (SNS). There is no way however to measure how well the functionality is liked. During this research, a new method- ology is developed that will be able to predict the liking of functions based on features of the site. This will...
master thesis 2012
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Prilenska, V. (author)
The project proposes to develop a recreational space network in the city of Riga which would supply the residents with local daily-use recreational spaces and simultaneously provide access to large seaside, woodland and lake landscapes outside the city. The city centre waterfront which combines the benefits of the ‘green’ and the ‘blue’...
master thesis 2012
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Senesi, M. (author)
Many companies rely on Web applications to promote their services to the world. It is a logical step, as the Web offers great advantages such as convenience, low cost and instant reachability from anywhere in the world. Meanwhile Web applications tend to be implemented in an insecure way and the attacker does not even need to be too experienced...
master thesis 2012
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Musch, O.F.R. (author)
Accelerating rising sea levels, aging coastal defences, and an ever increasing demand for land along the coast, require imminent, reactive, as well as long-term, anticipatory, adaptation by society. One such, relatively novel adaptation strategy, is managed realignment. Managed realignment site selection being non-standardised, this has, to date...
master thesis 2011
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Ehrenfreund, P. (author), Röling, W.F.M. (author), Thiel, C.S. (author), Quinn, R. (author), Sephton, M.A. (author), Stoker, C. (author), Kotler, J.M. (author), Direito, S.O.L. (author), Martins, Z. (author), Orzechowska, G.E. (author), Kidd, R.D. (author), Van Sluis, C.A. (author), Foing, B.H. (author)
Several robotic exploration missions will travel to Mars during this decade to investigate habitability and the possible presence of life. Field research at Mars analogue sites such as desert environments can provide important constraints for instrument calibration, landing site strategies and expected life detection targets. We have...
journal article 2011
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Kroone, J. (author)
Sustainable performance, with the impact on climate change as the most prevalent indicator, is becoming more important to businesses. DSM, as front runner sustainable performance, formulated the objective of carbon neutral production sites. In this thesis, it was researched how the carbon footprint of a production site of DSM can be reduced to...
master thesis 2011
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Veen, S. (author)
This graduation project explored the design and application of interactive tangible products as extension of existing social media. Products called awareness systems are developed to help people create a peripheral awareness of each others’ activities, context or status. Awareness systems aim to bridge the gap between face-to-face communication...
master thesis 2011
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Hooimeijer, F.L. (author)
The planning culture in the Netherlands is based on the experience of building cities on very wet and soft soils. The design of Dutch polder cities was from early on a balance between land and water: building site preparation. The relation between technological development and urban development can be ordered in six phases: natural (-1000),...
journal article 2010
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Annali, M. (author)
A systematic approach to type construction of office sites based on spatial parameters.
master thesis 2010
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Buijs, H. (author)
In the five years that Hyves exists it has grown to be the biggest social network site in the Netherlands with over 9 million members. One of the most used parts of the site concerns the uploading, editing and sharing of photos. At the moment more than 3 billion photos are stored on Hyves and 1 million more are uploaded each day. This project...
master thesis 2010
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Talmon, A.M. (author)
conference paper 2010
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Ten Hoor, A.Y. (author)
The project I conducted this project for my graduation at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering from Delft University of Technology. In 6 months I investigated the possibilities for Hyves users to have a stronger bond with the brand. Hyves is the biggest website in the Netherlands and is a Social Network Site (SNS). Social Network Sites...
master thesis 2009
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Katterbach, M. (author)
The lack of adequate integration of geology and engineering into the design of engineering structures might have significant undesirable consequences. It appears that all too frequent the interface between the engineering structure and the natural environment, such as the dam foundation, presents a virtual interface between both disciplines of...
master thesis 2009
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Van der Kooij, P.C. (author)
A design was made for the Calve/DSM site in Delft. It is a factory site which is being abandoned by its users, leaving 16 ha to be developed in the coming future. The aim is to develop a socially sustainable creative district through means of self-organisation. The project is restricted to the borders of the design location and takes the open...
master thesis 2009
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Koenders, R. (author)
Only 6 out of 16 missions to the surface of Mars have been successful, all have been NASA missions. The landing sites of all the successful missions have been carefully selected in a process where: 1) scientists propose candidate landing sites, 2) engineers check whether these sites allow for a safe landing, and 3) over a few iterations, the...
master thesis 2009
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Gulski, E. (author), Cichecki, P. (author), Wester, F. (author), Smit, J.J. (author), Bodega, R. (author), Hermans, T.J.W.H. (author), Seitz, P.P. (author), Quak, B. (author), De Vries, F. (author)
In addition to after-laying of new-installed high voltage (HV) power cables the use of on-site non-destructive on-site testing and diagnosis of service aged power cables is becoming an important issue to determine the actual condition of the cable systems and to determine the future performances. In this paper based on field experience an...
journal article 2008
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Verdaasdonk, E.G.G. (author), Stassen, L.P.S. (author), Hoffmann, W.F. (author), Van der Elst, M. (author), Dankelman, J. (author)
Background A high incidence of problems with the technical equipment is known to occur during routine laparoscopic procedures. Use of a structured checklist of preparatory measures could help to prevent these problems. This study aimed to determine the extent to which a checklist reduced the number of incidents with technical laparoscopic...
journal article 2008
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Kong, P. (author)
The "UNESCO World Heritage Convention" was ratificated on November 16, 1972. Since then, both public and private sectors around the world have attached growing importance to the safeguarding and conservation of selected cultural and natural "objects", focusing on physical characteristics. World Heritage sites receive major publicity and as a...
doctoral thesis 2008
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