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Zdziarska, Kika (author)
This project presents a response to the pressing issue of women's safety in public spaces, particularly in Latin American cities. Women worldwide are disproportionately affected by safety issues and fear in urban environments. I explore ways in which public spaces can enhance perceptions of safety and freedom instead. Based on extensive four...
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Hoofs, Rens (author)
Moving Atmospheres explores the intricate relationship between spatial design and human experience, advocating for an embodied approach to architectural practice. Through a phenomenological lens and experimental approach using personal experiences, the study investigates the nexus of emotion, movement, and spatial perception. Utilizing intuitive...
master thesis 2024
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Dekker, Rick (author)
Airlab, a collaboration between TU Delft and Ahold Delhaize, is developing Albert, a robot tailored to work in a complex supermarket environment. Key to Albert is a product detection and classification module that tells it what products to grasp and where they are located in a shelf. Albert’s existing YOLO‑based product detector a significant...
master thesis 2024
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Ammerlaan, Bas (author)
The project originated with the goal of creating an interactive light and sound installation for Highlight Delft, an innovative art and technology route. This involved incorporating holographic projection and spectral tuning to convey a specific perceptual phenomenon. The initial phase included extensive research into holographic projection,...
master thesis 2024
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Rietveld, Masja (author)
We humans evolved in nature, but over the years we moved from being a part of nature to being apart from nature. This causes our mental health, with stress as the most important aspect, to suffer from our modern life in the city. A significant challenge we face is finding ways to integrate nature into our build environment for stress relief. A...
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Gao, Chuanlin (author)
With the rapid development of the Internet and the gradual penetration of online shopping into people's lives, COVID has accelerated the popularity of online shopping. People have found that it is convenient and varied, and traditional shopping centres are facing the impact of these e-commerce companies. This study explores the characteristics...
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Brush, Candida (author), Wraae, Birgitte (author), Nikou, S. (author)
Purpose: Despite the considerable increase in research on entrepreneurship education, few studies examine the role of entrepreneurship educators. Similarly, most frameworks from entrepreneurship education recognize the educator’s importance in facilitating instruction and assessment, but the factors influencing the educator role are not well...
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Li, Y. (author), Tao, Y. (author), Qian, QK (author), Mlecnik, E. (author), Visscher, H.J. (author)
Resident participation is essential for neighborhood rehabilitation. It requires the active involvement of residents and efficient management by organizers. To improve the effectiveness of resident participation, it is necessary to understand the critical success factors (CSFs) underlying it. However, previous research has examined the critical...
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Untereiner, Erin (author), Toboso Chavero, S.T.C.H. (author), Fariñas, Ana Vázquez (author), Madrid-Lopez, Cristina (author), Villalba, Gara (author), Durany, Xavier Gabarrell (author)
With the latest IPCC report, dramatic global climate action must be taken immediately to limit global warming to 1.5 °C, or face more frequent and extreme weather events with catastrophic implications. Cities must invest in climate resilience development; however, government policies are only effective if they are supported by the society in...
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Kotian, V. (author), Irmak, T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Happee, R. (author)
Users of automated vehicles will engage in other activities and take their eyes off the road, making them prone to motion sickness. To resolve this, the current paper validates models predicting sickness in response to motion and visual conditions. We validate published models of vestibular and visual sensory integration that have been used...
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Teeuwen, R.F.L. (author), Milias, V. (author), Bozzon, A. (author), Psyllidis, A. (author)
The study of urban greenspaces typically relies on three types of data: people’s subjective perceptions collected via questionnaires, vegetation indices derived from satellite imagery, such as the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), and Land Use or Land Cover maps, such as OpenStreetMap (OSM). Data on people’s perceptions are...
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Tempels Moreno Pessoa, Igor (author), van der Watt, A. (author), Vergara d'Alençon, L.M. (author), Newton, C.E.L. (author)
In light of rapid urbanisation and the accelerating threats of climate change, scale and multitude are what set the Global North and South apart. Yet, as this course exposes, the issues faced by urban areas have resembling themes and characteristics, regardless of economic status or geographic location. Therefore, in the context of sustainable...
book chapter 2024
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Johri, Riddhi (author), Pandey, Pankaj (author), Miyapuram, Krishna Prasad (author), Lomas, J.D. (author)
The brain is an incredibly complex organ capable of perceiving and interpreting a wide range of stimuli. Depending on individual brain chemistry and wiring, different people decipher the same stimuli differently, conditioned by their life experiences and environment. This study’s objective is to decode how the CNN models capture and learn...
conference paper 2024
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de Winter, J.C.F. (author), Driessen, T. (author), Dodou, D. (author), Cannoo, Aschwin (author)
Introduction: Despite their important role in the economy, truck drivers face several challenges, including adapting to advancing technology. The current study investigated the occupational experiences of Dutch truck drivers to detect common patterns.<br/><br/>Methods: A questionnaire was distributed to professional drivers in order to collect...
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Wang, Bin (author), Zio, Enrico (author), Chen, X. (author), Zhu, Hanhua (author), Guo, Yunhua (author), Fan, Shidong (author)
In the dredging industry, the automation and accuracy of the Dredging Perception System (DPS) are vital for operational efficiency and environmental safety. Current DPS implementations face challenges with sensor fault tolerance, leading to system unreliability and increased false alarm rates that can disrupt dredging operations. We propose a...
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Chen, Y. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), van Dorst, M.J. (author)
Numerous studies show the benefits of wilderness to humans and the environment. Therefore, preserving and developing wilderness areas within urban settings are crucial to combat and mitigate challenges like biodiversity decline resulting from urbanization. According to previous studies, human-wilderness interactions can be contradictory, e.g.,...
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Wijntjes, M.W.A. (author), van Middelkoop, C. (author)
We present a framework that connects ideas from the visual arts and visual perception. It adapts two existing frameworks for the analysis of form and content so that it can be used in an educational context for teaching perception through visual arts. The basis is the formal analysis of texture, colour, light, space, and material. This...
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Keshvari, Shaiyan (author), Wijntjes, M.W.A. (author)
Humans can rapidly identify materials, such as wood or leather, even within a complex visual scene. Given a single image, one can easily identify the underlying "stuff," even though a given material can have highly variable appearance; fabric comes in unlimited variations of shape, pattern, color, and smoothness, yet we have little trouble...
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Afzal, Naqash (author), du Bois de Dunilac, Sophie (author), Loutit, Alastair J. (author), Shea, Helen O. (author), Ulloa, Pablo Martinez (author), Khamis, Heba (author), Vickery, Richard M. (author), Wiertlewski, M. (author), Redmond, Stephen J. (author), Birznieks, Ingvars (author)
Abstract: When manipulating objects, humans begin adjusting their grip force to friction within 100 ms of contact. During motor adaptation, subjects become aware of the slipperiness of touched surfaces. Previously, we have demonstrated that humans cannot perceive frictional differences when surfaces are brought in contact with an immobilised...
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Gao, Yuxing (author)
The rapid advancement in autonomous driving technology underscores the importance of studying the fragility of perception systems in autonomous vehicles, particularly due to their profound impact on public transportation safety. These systems are of paramount importance due to their direct impact on the lives of passengers and pedestrians....
master thesis 2023
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