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Piccinini, D. (author), van der Velde, J.R.T. (author)
This booklet shows the results of a project developed at the TU Delft in a Master elective course offered by the chair of Landscape Architecture: Landscape Architecture ON site. The project revolves around the realization of a temporary, interactive ‘design-and-build’ project in a landscape setting, for the yearly Oerol festival held on the...
book 2017
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Nijhuis, S. (author), Van Lammeren, R. (author), Van der Hoeven, F. (author)
Exploring the Visual Landscape is about the combination of landscape research and planning, visual perception and Geographic Information Science. It showcases possible ways of getting a grip on themes like: landscape openness, cluttering of the rural landscape, high-rise buildings in relation to cityscape, historic landscapes and motorway...
book 2011
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Bittermann, M.S. (author), Ciftcioglu, O. (author)
A method for quantifying ambient surveillance is presented, which is based on probabilistic-possibilistic perception. The human surveillance of a scene through observing camera sensed images on a monitor is modeled in three steps. First immersion of the observer is simulated by modeling perception of the scene from the camera locations using...
conference paper 2013
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Wijntjes, M.W.A. (author), De Ridder, H. (author)
Whereas the 17th century painter Canaletto was a master in linear perspective of the architectural elements, he seems to have had considerable difficulty with linear perspective of shadows. A common trick to avoid shadow perspective problems is to set the (solar) illumination direction parallel to the projection screen. We investigated in one...
conference paper 2014
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Bittermann, M.S. (author), Ciftcioglu, O. (author)
Studies on computer-based visual perception and aesthetical judgment for architectural design are presented. In the model, both color and the geometric aspects of human vision are jointly taken into account, quantifying the perception of an individual object, as well as a scene consisting of several objects. This is accomplished by fuzzy neural...
conference paper 2016
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Koenderink, J. (author)
The egg-rolling behavior of the graylag goose is an often quoted example of a fixed-action pattern. The bird will even attempt to roll a brick back to its nest! Despite excellent visual acuity it apparently "takes a brick for an egg." Evolution optimizes utility, not veridicality. Yet textbooks take it for a fact that human vision evolved so as...
conference paper 2011
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Koutamanis, A. (author)
conference paper 2007
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Bensalma, A. (author), Musy, M. (author), Simonnot, N. (author)
This paper introduces results of three case-studies of large-scale housing estates situated in Nantes (France): Dervallières (1952/1965), Breil Malville (1955/1967) and Malakoff (1967/1971). The main objective of this “grands ensembles” study is to produce knowledge about their architectural and urban atmosphere characteristic. The atmosphere...
conference paper 2011
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Du, X. (author), Bokel, R.M.J. (author), van den Dobbelsteen, A.A.J.F. (author)
The authors wanted to prove that there is a large correlation between the concepts spatial openness and comfort (visual, wind speed and thermal) perception in people’s minds in a hot and humid climate in summer in order to be able to use spatial configuration parameters such as openness, connectivity and depth as a design tool for a comfortable...
conference paper 2017
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Vreeswijk, J.D. (author), Landman, R.L. (author), Van Berkum, E.C. (author), Hegyi, A. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author), Van Arem, B. (author)
When applying dynamic route guidance to improve the network performance, it is important to balance the interests of the road authorities and the road users. In this paper we will illustrate how bounded rationality and indifference bands can be taken into account in dynamic route guidance to improve the network performance while respecting the...
conference paper 2012
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Putra, S.Y. (author), Yang, P.P.-J. (author)
Workshop 2. Session 2.3: Mapping home Abstract. Residences’ mental perception, especially spatial perceptions of their built-environment is crucial in shaping their overall quality of life and environmental perception. The increasing intangibility of mental geography may be caused by lack of empirical and quantitative approach. We will introduce...
conference paper 2005
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Pont, S.C. (author), Koenderink, J.J. (author), Van Doorn, A.J. (author), Wijntjes, M.W.A. (author), Te Pas, S.F. (author)
We present a novel setup in which real objects made of different materials can be mixed optically. For the materials we chose mutually very different materials, which we assume to represent canonical modes. The appearance of 3D objects consisting of any material can be described as linear superposition of 3D objects of different canonical...
conference paper 2012
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Ciftcioglu, O. (author), Bittermann, M.S. (author)
A method for fusion of perceptions is presented. It is based on probabilistic treatment of perception, where perception quantifies the chance an unbiased observer sees an environmental object, and the associated probability can be interpreted as degree of awareness for the object. The approach uniquely accounts for the fact that final...
conference paper 2013
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Cruz, P.J.S. (author), Veer, F.A. (author), Carvalho, P.L.L. (author)
The application of glass in contemporary architecture explores perceptual phenomenon that intentionally change the way we experience space. SANAA'S recent work uses glass in a radical way, proposing a renewed approach to transparency. The Toledo Glass Pavilion, with most spaces defined by glass walls, presents an intense visual experience. The...
conference paper 2010
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Keenaghan, G. (author), Horvath, I. (author), Van der Vegte, W.F. (author)
This article describes the development of a web-based 3D simulation of an engineering workshop in refrigeration plant maintenance and the challenge of moving the application from a knowledge and skills acquisition model to a problem-solving edugame model across a range of possible scenarios within the restrictions of an academic programme’s...
conference paper 2015
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Del Castillo C., A. (author), Wever, R. (author), Buijs, P.J. (author), Stevels, A. (author)
Communication, product protection and presentation are three key aspects in the world of packaging nowadays. Due to a retail landscape consisting of large stores, displaying packed products on the shelves in self-service environments, these aspects become increasingly important, not only for Fast Moving Consumer Goods, but for consumer durables...
conference paper 2007
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Breen, J.L.H. (author)
If we wish to reach a deeper, more objective understanding of the phenomena of Architectural and Environmental Design, we need to develop and apply working methods that allow us to imaginatively analyse and consequently envision the formal issues which are at (inter)play: demonstrating their workings and effects in the ‘Real World’. First of all...
conference paper 2013
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Bittermann, M.S. (author), Ciftcioglu, O. (author)
A method for quantifying ambient surveillance is presented, which is based on probabilistic-possibilistic perception. The human surveillance of a scene through observing camera sensed images on a monitor is modeled in three steps. First immersion of the observer is simulated by modeling perception of the scene from the camera locations using...
conference paper 2013
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Kuijsters, A. (author), Redi, J.A. (author), De Ruyter, B. (author), Heynderickx, I.E.J.R. (author)
The ACE project aims at developing an adaptive ambience creation platform which can improve the well-being of elderly people in care centers. The system will contain a sensing platform, which measures and analyses the context in a room and an ambience creation platform, which creates ambiences with proven effectiveness for improving the mood of...
conference paper 2011
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Chatzikonstantinou, I. (author), Bengisu, E. (author)
This paper presents the design problem of furniture arrangement in a residential interior living space, and addresses it by means of evolutionary computation. Interior arrangement is an important and interesting problem that occurs commonly when designing living spaces. It entails determining the locations of interior elements such as tables,...
conference paper 2016
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