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Breen, J.L.H. (author)
How can we better understand and explain the phenomena of architectural composition and perception? The aim of this research is to systematically and imaginatively (re)consider the conditions of architectural composition, whilst doing justice to the operational and the aesthetic issues of design. The ambition is to contribute towards generating...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Yang, Yujing (author), Brik, N.J. (author), de Jong, Peter (author), Guerreiro Goncalves, M. (author)
Framing is a crucial skill for connecting problem and solution spaces in the creative design process, both for individuals and teams. Frames are implicit in individuals’ cognitive thinking, but the creation of shared frames plays a vital role in collaborative design. Many studies have attempted to describe the framing process, but little is...
conference paper 2019
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Mensch, Sabine (author), Guerreiro Goncalves, M. (author)
The problems of today are increasingly complex in nature. Yet, most support provided by design agencies and innovation consultancies is based on unstructured approaches, guided by the facilitators own intuition. This article presents the Teckel canvas, an approach to guide problem reframing in facilitation to both tackle solution and problem...
conference paper 2019
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Scharenborg, O.E. (author), Tiesmeyer, Sebastian (author), Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark (author), Dehak, Najim (author)
Both human listeners and machines need to adapt their sound categories whenever a new speaker is encountered. This perceptual learning is driven by lexical information. The aim of this paper is two-fold: investigate whether a deep neural network-based (DNN) ASR system can adapt to only a few examples of ambiguous speech as humans have been found...
conference paper 2018
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Tintarev, N. (author), Rostami, Shahin (author), Smyth, Barry (author)
In this paper we consider how to help users to better understand their consumption profiles by examining two approaches to visualising user profiles - chord diagrams, and bar charts - aimed at revealing to users those regions of the recommendation space that are unknown to them, i.e. blind-spots. Both visualisations do this by connecting profile...
conference paper 2018
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Gerasimou, Simos (author), Kechagia, M. (author), Kolovos, Dimitris (author), Paige, Richard (author), Gousios, G. (author)
Software libraries, typically accessible through Application Programming<br/>Interfaces (APIs), enhance modularity and reduce development time. Nevertheless, their use reinforces system dependency on third-party software. When libraries become obsolete or their APIs change, performing the necessary modifications to dependent systems, can be time...
conference paper 2018
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Dubbeldam, D. (author), Calero, S. (author), Vlugt, T.J.H. (author)
A new macOS software package, iRASPA, for visualisation and editing of materials is presented. iRASPA is a document-based app that manages multiple documents with each document containing a unique set of data that is stored in a file located either in the application sandbox or in iCloud drive. The latter allows collaboration on a shared...
journal article 2018
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Arroyo Ohori, G.A.K. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
Objects of more than three dimensions can be used to model geographic phenomena that occur in space, time and scale. For instance, a single 4D object can be used to represent the changes in a 3D object's shape across time or all its optimal representations at various levels of detail. In this paper, we look at how such higher-dimensional...
journal article 2017
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Hooimeijer, F.L. (author), LaFleur, F. (author), Trinh, T.T. (author)
The sub-surface, with its man-made and natural components, plays an important, if not crucial, role in the urban climate and global energy transition. On the one hand, the sub-surface is associated with a variety of challenges such as subsidence, pollution, damage to infrastructure and shortages of space for new urban systems. On the other hand,...
conference paper 2017
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Peters, R.Y. (author), Ledoux, H. (author)
Governments and companies around the world collect point clouds (datasets containing elevation points) because these are useful for many applications, e.g. to reconstruct 3D city models, to understand and predict the impact of floods, and to monitor dikes. We address in this paper the visualisation of point clouds, which is perhaps the most...
journal article 2016
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Kalogianni, E. (author), Sileryte, R. (author), Lam, M. (author), Zhou, K. (author), Van der Ham, M. (author), Van der Spek, S.C. (author), Verbree, E. (author)
Within this research-driven project, passive WiFi monitoring of WiFi enabled devices was used to detect users (students, employees, visitors) of buildings at the campus of Delft University of Technology to gain insight into the Rhythm of the Campus: the occupation, duration of stay and moving pattern at and between the different facilities ...
conference paper 2015
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Van der Steen, J. (author), Coenders, J.L. (author), Pasterkamp, S. (author), Rolvink, A. (author), Van Steekelenburg, J. (author)
This paper presents a proof of concept study into a computational strategy for reusing structural stadium elements. The strategy goal is overcoming the reuse design strain through implementation of a genetic algorithm. This algorithm is calibrated to search for a structural frame configuration, while using a reusable element set, meeting floor...
conference paper 2015
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Ribeiro, Alexandra (author), Duarte De Almeida, José-Paulo (author), Ellul, Claire (author)
3D visualisation is a graphical way to identify and spatially communicate the complexity of a large number of real life situations of overlapping and encroachments in 2D or 3D land and property interests (e.g., buildings with complex architecture, infrastructures above or below Earth surface, natural resources and corresponding rights)....
conference paper 2014
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Abdul Rahman, S.M.B. (author)
Various methods have been introduced in the past in efforts to optimize airspace sector design and the allocation of air traffic controllers. This is done with the aim to accommodate growth, increase productivity and most importantly to ensure safety of air traffic. To accomplish this, a more comprehensive understanding of human workload,...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Van Dam, S.B.J. (author)
Future air traffic concepts foresee that in unmanaged airspace, to reduce workload of air traffic controllers and the resulting constraints on capacity, the separation task will be delegated to the flight deck. Technology-driven pilot self-separation support systems have been developed that present explicit automated solutions to deal with...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Zlatanova, S. (author), Sithole, G. (author), Nakagawa, M. (author), Zhu, Q. (author)
Research in support of indoor mapping and modelling (IMM) has been active for over thirty years. This research has come in the form of As-Built surveys, Data structuring, Visualisation techniques, Navigation models and so forth. Much of this research is founded on advancements in photogrammetry, computer vision and image analysis, computer...
conference paper 2013
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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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Zlatanova, S. (author), Beetz, J. (author), Boersma, A.J. (author), Mulder, A. (author), Goos, J. (author)
The maintenance of the complex infrastructure and facilities of Port of Rotterdam is based on large amounts of heterogeneous information. Almost all activities of the Port require spatial information about features above- and under- ground. Current information systems are department and data oriented and cannot reflect the new process- & project...
conference paper 2013
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Violato, D. (author), Scarano, F. (author)
The three-dimensional behavior of jet core breakdown is investigated with experiments conducted on a free water jet at Re = 5000 by time-resolved tomographic particle image velocimetry (TR-TOMO PIV). The investigated domain encompasses the range between 0 and 10 jet diameters. The characteristic pulsatile motion of vortex ring shedding and...
journal article 2013
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Sun, Z. (author), Schrijer, F.F.J. (author), Scarano, F. (author), Van Oudheusden, B.W. (author)
The three-dimensional instantaneous flow organization in the near wake of a micro-ramp interacting with a Mach 2.0 supersonic turbulent boundary layer is studied using tomographic particle image velocimetry. The mean flow reveals a wake with approximately circular cross section dominated by a pair of counter-rotating streamwise vortices...
journal article 2012
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