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Van Rossum, T.R. (author), Overvoorde, A.J.D. (author), Boumans, T. (author), Kramer, P. (author)
This report describes the development of an augmented reality game by students of the Delft University of Technology. This game, called the Augmented Reality Mirror Game, is a game that uses augmented reality technology to simulate lasers and objects with optical properties like mirrors and beam splitters. The goal of this game is to use these...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Smit, M.N.W. (author), Tai, X.H. (author), Terra, D. (author), Van Velthoven, J.L. (author)
The demands for the quality and scale of videogames have become so high in the last few years, that game studios are having increasing difficulties meeting them, unless the development process is changed. The goals of this project are to create a platform aimed at supporting a new iterative game development paradigm, improving collaboration...
bachelor thesis 2010
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Esrail, F.S. (author)
This graduation thesis forms an inquiry into the cross-disciplinary collaborative practice in Biomedical Engineering in the Netherlands. The rationale of this study was provided by Professor Jenny Dankelman (BioMechanical Engineering, TU Delft) who indicated that she would like to gain better understanding of the collaboration process of...
master thesis 2016
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Korzinov, V. (author)
The processes of the establishment and facilitation of inter-organizational collaboration in German nanotechnology network are differently influenced by proximity dimentions. Collaborations are very important for newly emerging technologies such as nanotechnology. With this master thesis we focus on howgeographical, organizational and...
master thesis 2013
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Yang, H. (author)
In times in which Information Technology is dominating our global society, cooperative research and developments (R&D) is rapidly becoming the most relevant topic in educational and scientific field. International collaboration is the trend in future research and education. Why is collaboration in education and research relevant? What kind of...
master thesis 2011
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Pont, A. (author)
Hangar 36 is part of the Bink 36 complex that is owned by Vestia. Some entrepreneurs see the potential of a group of multi-disciplined, talented and creative entrepreneurs in one location and are interested in structurally benefit from this potential. Every company in Hangar 36 is successful in its own market, but initiating and participating in...
master thesis 2011
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Scheele, B.R.V. (author)
Multitouch tablet computers (tablets) are devices that are particulary suited for education. However, there is a lack of good student applications for tablets, as well as a lack of educational software aimed at student collaboration in general. This project attempts to find methods that can enable student collaboration through the use of tablets...
master thesis 2011
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Aarden, T. (author)
Overall the retailers and centre management are not convinced to cooperate with each other. The basic condition for cooperation is insight in the surplus value of the cooperation and when applicable for retailers, the permission of the head office. It depends on the kind of cooperation if these aspects are present. The evaluation of the attached...
master thesis 2013
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Breider, S. (author)
In recent years, a lot of initiatives were taken to improve the collaboration between actors in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry. ‘Integration’ seems to be amongst the most used aims to enhance collaboration in these initiatives. To achieve integration, one might distinguish between integration of process and product. This...
master thesis 2013
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Norberhuis, S.D. (author)
Peer-to-peer networks are often large, collaborative networks where peers can join openly. The essence of a collaborative, distributed system is that every node performs tasks for other nodes. The peers often help in singular interactions and without direct reciprocity. Malicious peers can abuse and freeride the public goods. The network without...
master thesis 2015
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Häger, B.K. (author)
Starting point of this project was human interaction in relation to technology and the project goal to design a relevant product that contributes to people’s lives. Explorative user research was used to set the domain for the project on collaborative creation. Next, a vision on the domain was developed, using the ViP-method. The vision proposes...
master thesis 2013
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Braams, F.P. (author)
Collaboration in the supply chain is nowadays seen in the scientific community as the “next best thing” in supply chain optimization (Ballot, 2015; Barratt & Oliveira, 2001; Barratt, 2004; Ireland & Bruce, 2000). Although widely investigated and often mentioned in literature, the concept of supply chain collaboration is not precisely defined ...
master thesis 2016
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Terra, D. (author)
The present study was aimed at comparing traditional input using keyboard and mouse to the direct stylus input for 9 to 11 years old children in a Brazilian (N=48) and a Dutch (N=48) primary school. The ultimate goal was to improve child education with the aid of computers. A structured experiment was designed and performed to empirically...
master thesis 2010
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Nooij, S.A. (author)
Industrial Symbiosis (IS) in an inter-firm collaboration that delivers both economic and environmental benefits. IS can occur when there are local opportunities for the exchange of an underutilized resource, this means that the exchanged resource is often not a standard product. A non-standard product requires technical expertise and investments...
master thesis 2014
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Vincendon, J.R.J. (author)
Fostered by new technologies, enabling new ways of communication and human interaction, society is moving away from geographically bound groups towards a network-like environment. In this environment, people are becoming place and time independent networked individuals. This shift is slowly finding its way into the professional environment. As...
master thesis 2016
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Hohrath, Babette (author)
This paper presents the development of a feasibility analysis tool for the Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry called StructuralComponents 5.0. It is the fifth paper in a series of developments starting with Breider (2008), which discussed modelling and analysing 2D tall buildings with an emphasis on quick generation and...
master thesis 2018
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Safari Asl, H. (author), Tang, Y.F. (author)
Our daily life is governed by rules, standards and policies, trying to guide our life as untainted as possible. This is also applicable to organizations. Often unity within organizations is achieved through management systems. Alongside management system are documentations, which form a vital aspect of the veins of the organization. Having a...
master thesis 2009
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Spaenij, Anna (author)
Currently 30% of all knee prosthesis patients do not return to work after surgery. This is partially caused by the insufficient guidance of the patient's care providers. the most important care providers in this are the occupational physician and orthopaedic surgeon. The current collaboration is experienced by both the occupational physician and...
master thesis 2017
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Acevedo, A. (author)
Research of context and current situation of Driessen Aerospace, an engineering company in expansion and the division Galleys Europe with the objective of finding out how can can be influenced the management of innovation, collaboration and organizational culture towards innovation in all different locations taking into account the cultural...
master thesis 2012
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Brinkman, J. (author)
master thesis 2013
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