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Erblich, Hans (author)
In this thesis, the functioning of passenger delay-based refund schemes in urban public transportation settings is evaluated, such as metros or light-rails. These are used when a passenger encounters a delay on their trip, in order to grant a form of refund to them. To the best of knowledge, no research has been carried out yet on several...
master thesis 2023
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Zhou, Jing (author)
Explainable AI (XAI) has gained increasing attention from more and more researchers with an aim to improve human interaction with AI systems. In the context of human-agent teamwork (HAT), providing explainability to the agent helps to increase shared team knowledge and belief, therefore improving overall teamwork. With various backgrounds and...
master thesis 2023
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Kalia, Vaibhav (author)
This thesis explores the dynamics of customer satisfaction and its relationship with product attributes while modeling the natural decay of delight associated with these attributes. The research analyzes online reviews of Philips Airfryers to provide valuable insights for businesses aiming to enhance customer satisfaction and remain competitive...
master thesis 2023
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Yüksel, Serhan (author)
Occupants are often unaware of window opening strategies that can enhance their well-being and reduce energy consumption. Window feedback systems that indicate when to manually operate a window have become a strategy for enhancing the indoor climate, occupant’s satisfaction and energy efficiency. These systems are recognized for providing the...
master thesis 2023
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Hassan, Pepijn (author)
This research explores the feasibility of building a large-scale setpoint tracking controller for the co-regulation of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations, aiming to coordinate charging with energy market dynamics and minimize the error between a power setpoint and the aggregated consumption of charging stations while capitalizing on...
master thesis 2023
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Li, B. (author), Jin, C. (author), Jansen, S.J.T. (author), van der Heijden, H.M.H. (author), Boelhouwer, P.J. (author)
The recent revival of the private rented sector in many regions highlights the importance of understanding the well-being of private renters. While there is a consensus that private renters are less satisfied with their life than homeowners, little attention has been given to examining the life satisfaction of private renters from different...
journal article 2023
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Yüksel, S. (author), de la Barra Luegmayer, P. (author), Boerstra, A.C. (author), Luna-Navarro, Alessandra (author)
Occupants are often unaware of window-opening strategies that can enhance their well-being and reduce energy consumption. Window feedback systems that indicate when to manually operate a window have become a strategy for enhancing the indoor climate, occupant’s satisfaction and energy efficiency. These systems are recognized for providing the...
abstract 2023
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Luna-Navarro, Alessandra (author), Lori, Guido (author), Callewaert, Dieter (author), Overend, M. (author)
Occupant satisfaction and acceptance with automated control strategies for dynamic façades is currently a barrier to the upscale of these systems. Building owners, designers and occupants are often unconvinced that an automated control strategy for dynamic façades could really be beneficial for building energy efficiency and occupant...
journal article 2023
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Attia, Hagar (author)
The municipality of Amsterdam wants to allow the middle segment in the rental sector to grow further in size in the coming years, to better facilitate the housing needs of residents between the social rental sector and the owner-occupied sector. However, it is important to gain a better insight into both the quantitative and qualitative housing...
master thesis 2022
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Omar Samir Abdelmoaty Mostafa Sheasha, Omar (author)
A virtual coach, Sam, was created by the Perfect Fit project to aid users in establishing a foundation to stop smoking via the means of making them more physically active. Data from 500 users had been collected from them during stages which start with a pre-screening phase until a post-questionnaire phase. In the latter stage, they provided a...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Colenberg, Susanne (author), Romero Herrera, Natalia (author), Keyson, David (author)
Background and aim - Lack of privacy is a prominent issue in contemporary offices. This study aimed to identify interior design features that jointly influence satisfaction with privacy and noise in the office workspace, and estimate their predictive power. This knowledge can inform strategic workplace design. Methods - Eight design features...
conference paper 2022
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Bernhold, Torben (author), Wiesweg, Niklas (author), Löhmer, Thomas (author), Lill, Susanne (author)
Background and aim - The objective and research question is to measure the satisfaction of internal customers with various real estate services in the context of the operational utilization phase. Methods / Methodology - Methodologically, the study is based on the context-related application and use of the structural equation model for measuring...
conference paper 2022
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Tsan, My-le (author)
Social housing associations play an important role in providing affordable, adequate, and safe housing to their tenants. This requires constant maintenance of the real estate in their portfolio. There are different types of maintenance, but in this research, the focus will be on repair maintenance. Repair maintenance is carried out in response...
master thesis 2022
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Li, Haimei (author), Zhang, Yuting (author), Ao, Yibin (author), Wang, Yan (author), Wang, T. (author), Chen, Yunfeng (author)
The rapid urbanization in China urges scholars to investigate the impacts of built environment on the level of travel satisfaction of rural residents to improve their quality of life and make planning exercises more human-centric. This study samples six villages out of the 25 top rural areas in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, as the research object and...
journal article 2022
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Colenberg, S.E. (author), Romero Herrera, N.A. (author), Keyson, D.V. (author)
Background and aim – Lack of privacy is a prominent issue in contemporary offices. This study aimed to identify interior design features that jointly influence satisfaction with privacy and noise in the office workspace, and estimate their predictive power. This knowledge can inform strategic workplace design.<br/>Methods – Eight design features...
conference paper 2022
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Luna-Navarro, Alessandra (author), Hunt, Gary R. (author), Overend, M. (author)
Building occupants interact frequently with façades. These interactions simultaneously affect several domains of the indoor environment (visual, thermal, air quality and acoustic) and occupant perception, as well as the energy performance of the façades. Yet this multi-domain relationship between façade and occupant is not well understood....
journal article 2022
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Ao, Yibin (author), Zhong, Jinglin (author), Zhang, Zijun (author), Han, Lili (author), Wang, Yan (author), Chen, Yunfeng (author), Wang, T. (author)
Residents’ satisfaction with post-disaster reconstruction in earthquake-stricken areas directly affects their quality of life, which cannot be ignored in post-disaster reconstruction. More than 10 years after the Wenchuan earthquake, we took ten randomly selected villages in the five areas hardest-hit by the Wenchuan earthquake as research...
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De Vos, Jonas (author), Le, Huyen T.K. (author), Kroesen, M. (author)
Many studies have found that both the chosen travel mode and travel duration have a strong effect on travel satisfaction. However, travel mode and duration are often related with each other, as active trips often have shorter durations than trips with motorized modes. As a result, the effect of travel mode choice on travel satisfaction may be...
journal article 2022
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Qiu, S. (author)
Crowdsourcing has become a standard approach for the collection of the human input required by scientists and practitioners alike to execute their experiments, or to train, control, and verify the behavior of their intelligent systems. Despite years of successful research and industrial application, how to improve the engagement and satisfaction...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Hallak, Daniela (author)
The overwhelming majority of doctor visits are related to stress. When stress is studied the data is often not disaggregated based on gender, creating a gender data gap. Literature about mHealth apps with data analysis being disaggregated based on gender does not exist. In order to amend that, an experiment has been created where the perceived...
master thesis 2021
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