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Kooyman van Guldener, Gert-Jan (author)
As digitization moves on, more data is produced and the value of this data increases. However, data is still transferred manually between different digital systems. Reason to manually transfer information is lacking interoperability between these systems. Huge costs are related to this lacking interoperability as they cause high data losses....
master thesis 2023
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Nespeca, V. (author), Comes, M. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Qualitative research is a powerful means to capture human interactions and behavior. Although there are different methodologies to develop models based on qualitative research, a methodology is missing that enables to strike a balance between the comparability across cases provided by methodologies that rely on a common and context...
journal article 2023
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Paulus, D. (author), de Vries, G. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Van de Walle, Bartel (author)
The complex and uncertain environment of the humanitarian response to crises can lead to data bias, which can affect decision-making. Evidence of data bias in crisis information management (CIM) remains scattered despite its potentially significant impact on crisis response. To understand what biases emerge in complex crises and how they affect...
journal article 2023
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Song, Y. (author)
In the past decade, human digital twins (HDTs) attracted attention in both digital twin (DT) applications and beyond. In this paper, we discuss the concept and the development of HDTs, focusing on their architecture, key enabling technologies, and (potential) applications. Based on the literature, we identify personal data, model, and interface...
review 2023
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ROPAKA, MARILIA (author)
The Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO) industry can be descripted as a fragmented industry, with relatively low productivity and efficiency. Digital solutions like Building Information Modeling (BIM) can increase an organization's productivity. However, the Built Environment has been slow to adopt digital...
master thesis 2022
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Paulus, D. (author), Fathi, Ramian (author), Fiedrich, Frank (author), van de Walle, B.A. (author), Comes, M. (author)
Humanitarian crises, such as the 2014 West Africa Ebola epidemic, challenge information management and thereby threaten the digital resilience of the responding organizations. Crisis information management (CIM) is characterised by the urgency to respond despite the uncertainty of the situation. Coupled with high stakes, limited resources and a...
journal article 2022
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Hinrichs-Krapels, S. (author), Ditewig, Bor (author), Boulding, Harriet (author), Chalkidou, Anastasia (author), Erskine, Jamie (author), Shokraneh, Farhad (author)
Objectives To systematically review academic literature for studies on any processes, procedures, methods or approaches to purchasing high-cost medical devices and equipment within hospitals in high-income countries. Methods On 13 August 2020, we searched the following from inception: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Registry, EconLit and ProQuest...
review 2022
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Tomczak, A. (author), Berlo, L. V. (author), Krijnen, T.F. (author), Borrmann, A. (author), Bolpagni, M. (author)
With the ever-growing digitalisation of the built environment, specifying information requirements (IR) is crucial to control the Building Information Modelling (BIM) data. However, the way of encoding these requirements is subject to a wide range of possibilities, making it difficult for the users to choose the most suitable method. The...
journal article 2022
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Wever, Mark (author), Shah, Munir (author), Wognum, Nel (author), Sharifi, Mostafa (author), O'Leary, Niall (author)
Researchers often lack critical information to decide what type of integrated research approach - multi-, inter- or transdisciplinary - is needed at the start of a project. In the present paper, we aim to contribute insights regarding these difficulties by discussing the case study of the ongoing development of shared information management...
journal article 2022
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Nespeca, V. (author), Comes, M. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Agent-based models (ABM) for policy design need to be grounded in empirical data. While many ABMs rely on quantitative data such as surveys, much empirical research in the social sciences is based on qualitative research methods such as interviews or observations that are hard to translate into a set of quantitative rules, leading to a gap in...
conference paper 2022
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Ossa Mesa, Juan Esteban (author)
Cost estimation of construction projects is still carried out using highly manual traditional tools and processes, which are deemed as inefficient and have a direct impact in the productivity levels of the industry. Building Information Modelling or BIM is changing the way projects are developed and has introduced some changes to cost estimation...
master thesis 2021
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Holla, Abhishek (author)
In the Dutch government attempting to become fully circular 2050, VMRG, a Dutch Metal Façade Association, has initiated several pilot projects. Two of the most prominent ones are Cirlinq, an asset management platform for documenting building facades, and FaSA (Façade Service Applicate), a collective of stakeholders aiming to use drones and image...
master thesis 2021
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de Vos, M.A. (author)
Marketplaces facilitate the exchange of services, goods, and information between individuals and businesses. They play an essential role in our economy. The standard approach to devise digital marketplaces is by deploying centralized infrastructure, entirely operated and managed by a market operator. In such centralized marketplaces, trusted...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Khanpour, Milan (author), Meesters, Kenny (author), Paulus, D. (author)
With ongoing research, increased information sharing and knowledge exchange, humanitarian organizations have an increasing amount of evidence at their disposal to support their decisions. Nevertheless, effectively building decisions on the increasing amount of insights and information remains challenging. At the individual, organizational, and...
conference paper 2020
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de Prieëlle, Fabian (author), de Reuver, Mark (author), Rezaei, J. (author)
Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices produce massive amounts of data, which are especially valuable when shared between businesses. However, adoption of platforms that facilitate IoT data sharing is still low. Generic literature on interorganizational systems suggests a plethora of adoption factors, but typically focuses on data sharing between...
journal article 2020
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Werner, Nicole E. (author), Tong, Michelle (author), Nathan-Roberts, Dan (author), Arnott Smith, Catherine (author), Tredinnick, Ross (author), Ponto, Kevin (author), Melles, M. (author), Hoonakker, Peter (author)
We used a sociotechnical systems approach-which conceptualizes a system of interacting people, technologies, and tasks, to identify individual differences in personal health information management (PHIM) that can inform the design of patient-friendly environments, tools, and technologies. We conducted a secondary thematic analysis of data...
journal article 2020
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Wever, Mark (author), Wognum, Nel (author), Shah, Munir (author), Sharifi, Mostafa (author), Reis, Marlon M. (author)
Over the last decade, transparency schemes have started to undergo a radical transformation. This transformation is driven by advancements in cloud computing, cryptography and automated measurement technology, which have made it possible to develop shared information management systems (SIMS). These SIMS form the backbone of the latest, state...
conference paper 2020
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Britto Maria, Rodrigo (author), de Freitas Leal, Marcus (author), Sousa Junior, Edgard (author), Leite Lemos, Vinicius (author), Magalhães Cardoso, Patrick (author), de Oliveira, Leonardo Cosme (author), Castro, Saullo G.P. (author), de Lima Marcolin, Marcelo (author), Joshi, Darshan (author)
Aircraft structural analysis is a process that involves several engineers working concurrently to analyze in detail all structural elements of an airframe, as well as the behavior of the aircraft structure as a whole. The airframe has to be decomposed in its major components such as fuselage sections, wings and control surfaces to allow the...
journal article 2019
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Meesters, Kenny (author), van Schilt, Isabelle (author), Aciru, Monica (author)
An increasing number of people are facing the consequences of volatile events around the globe, whether due to natural causes or man-made crises. To prevent further physical, psychological, social and economic collapse after such a critical event, fast and effective humanitarian interventions are needed. However, the mounting frequency and...
report 2019
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Veerhuis, Lauren (author)
Despite the importance of the transition between the project and operation phase in Dutch building projects, both literature and practice show that the is in most cases this transition is not proceeding properly. Unstructured and incomplete two-dimensional documents are handed over and are inefficient and ineffective for use during the operation...
master thesis 2018
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