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Havik, K.M. (author)
This article discusses the collaborative processes behind the redevelopment of the Dutch state heritage ship wharf NDSM in Amsterdam as a case of urban commoning that took place around the year 2000 – before the term became commonly used in urban studies. It explores how the former shipwharf was transformed into an “incubator”: a creative hub...
journal article 2020
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van der Kolk, N.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 2020
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Weaver, T. (author)
The Thing Itself: AA Files and the Fates of Architectural Theory explores architecture’s relationship with its editing. This is ostensibly discussed through the lens of a particular architectural journal, AA Files (part of a long tradition of journals produced by the Architectural Association in London since its inception in the mid-nineteenth...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Böke, J. (author)
New technologies and automation concepts emerge in the digitalization of our environment. This is, for example, reflected by intelligent production systems in Industry 4.0. A core aspect of such systems is their cyber-physical implementation, which aims to increase productivity and flexibility through embedded computing capacities and the...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Havik, K.M. (author), Gabrielsson, Catharina (author), Jobst, Marko (author), Frichot, Helene (author)
Sense in Translation: Essays on the Bilingual Body presents a series of thematically related essays on the subject of language, translation and the body. It weaves together ideas derived from phenomenology, science and linguistics with the author’s own experience as a bilingual writer and architect. Rabourdin’s engagement with the writings of...
review 2020
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Empinotti, T. (author)
Deep-water siliciclastic systems are of great societal relevance as their deposits<br/>in subsurface store hundreds of billions of barrels of hydrocarbons in different sedimentary basins worldwide. The sediment density flows that form these systems, termed turbidity currents, are capable of destroying subsea installations, such as...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Medici, P. (author), van den Dobbelsteen, A.A.J.F. (author), Peck, David (author)
This paper analyses the user safety of a playground built out of reused blades from a dismantled wind turbine. Located in Rotterdam and designed by the Netherlands architecture firm Superuse Studios, the playground, called “Wikado”, represents an example of the circular economy applied to the built environment. With reused materials, Wikado...
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Perez Dattari, R.J. (author), Celemin, Carlos (author), Franzese, G. (author), Ruiz-del-Solar, Javier (author), Kober, J. (author)
Current ongoing industry revolution demands more flexible products, including robots in household environments and medium-scale factories. Such robots should be able to adapt to new conditions and environments and be programmed with ease. As an example, let us suppose that there are robot manipulators working on an industrial production line and...
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Liu, W. (author), Liu, Zhigang (author), Nunez, Alfredo (author), Han, Z. (author)
With the rapid development of deep learning technologies, researchers have begun to utilize convolutional neural network (CNN)-based object detection methods to detect multiple catenary support components (CSCs). The literature has focused on the detection of specified large-scale CSCs. Additionally, CNN architectures have faced difficulties in...
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Gong, Y. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Organizations are attempting to harness the power of big data analytics. Enterprise architecture can be used as an instrument to integrate big data analytics into the existing IT landscape and enabling the development of capabilities to create value from these technologies. Yet, there is limited research about the role of enterprise...
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Novas, María (author), Carreiro Otero, María (author), López González, Cándido (author)
TThe remoteness of Galicia, a cultural and linguistic bridge between Portugal and Spain, did not prevent it from playing a significant role in the history of female architects in the Iberian Peninsula. Nine Galician pioneers have carved the path since the first generation of Spanish female architects outlined the precedents during the Second...
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Rajaei, H. (author), Haverkort, J.W. (author)
A new compact electrode architecture with hollow pillar-shaped anodes and cathodes arranged in a ‘checkerboard’ pattern is analysed and shown to be equivalent to a particular arrangement of corrugated plate electrodes. Because all four sides of the flow channels are electrodes, this design takes up at least 1.5 to two times less volume...
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Mejia Hernandez, J.A. (author), Nuijsink, C.T. (author)
The editorial introduction to this issue of Footprint follows a double trajectory. On the one hand, it describes an ambition for architecture historiography. The social sciences have long recognised the need for more comprehensive and inclusive methods for writing history. Among them, comparative literature scholar Mary Louise Pratt’s ‘contact...
contribution to periodical 2020
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
book chapter 2020
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Thoring, K.C. (author), Mueller, Roland M. (author), Desmet, P.M.A. (author), Badke-Schaub, P.G. (author)
The term “creative space” describes a relatively recent phenomenon of innovative workplace design. Such creative workspaces are becoming popular in industry and academia. However, the impact of specific spatial design decisions on creativity and innovation is not yet fully understood. This paper provides an overview of state-of-the-art research...
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Havik, K.M. (author)
By recognizing the potential of literary language in the description of architectural atmospheres, this contribution aims to confront the shortcomings of conventional pedagogical approaches in architecture that often fail to provide an in-depth understanding of the experiential aspects of place. To contribute to the development of appropriate...
journal article 2019
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Jauslin, D.T. (author)
This thesis explores the ways in which landscape is relevant as a concept for designing architecture. Buildings that have been designed like landscapes have become a topic in contemporary architecture. The apparent distinction between architecture and landscape is questioned in exemplary theories and new designs.<br/><br/>The core of this thesis...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Lao, L. (author)
Quantum computing promises to solve some problems that are intractable by classical computers. Several quantum processors based on different technologies and consisting of a few tens of noisy qubits have already been developed. However, qubits are fragile as they tend to decohere extremely quickly and quantum operations are faulty, making...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Ossokina, Ioulia V. (author), Arentze, Theo A. (author), van den Heuvel, D. (author), van Gameren, D.E. (author)
In this paper we combine the insights from social sciences and architecture to design best living concepts for a specific target group, elderly homeowners. We perform a stated choice experiment to study residential preferences of this group and translate the results into an architectural design of senior-friendly housing. This methodological...
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Du Nguyen, H.A. (author)
In-memory computing is a promising computing paradigm due to its capability to alleviate the memory bottleneck. It has even higher potential when implemented usingmemristive devices ormemristors with various beneficial characteristics such as nonvolatility, high scalability, near-zero standby power consumption, high density, and CMOS...
doctoral thesis 2019
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