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  1. Towards a Learning System for University Campuses as Living Labs for Sustainability 

    Verhoef, L. A.; Bossert, M.; Newman, J.; et al. (2020)
    UNIVERSITIES AS LIVING LABS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: SUPPORTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
    Universities, due to their sizeable estates and populations of staff and students, as well as their connections with, and impact within, their local and wider communities, have significant environmental, social and economic impacts. There is a strong movement for universities to become leaders in driving society towards a more sustainable future, through improving the sustainability of the built environment and the universities' practices ...
    Conference Paper
  2. Imprinting Beyond the Founding Phase: How Sedimented Imprints Develop over Time 

    De Cuyper, Lien; Clarysse, Bart; Phillips, Nelson (2020)
    Organization Science
    In this study, we build on the foundational observations of Selznick and Stinchcombe that organizations bear the lasting imprint of their founding context and explore how characteristics shaped during founding are coherently carried forward through time. To do so, we draw on an ethnography of a social venture where the entrepreneurs left soon after founding. In examining how an initial organizational imprint evolves beyond a venture's ...
    Journal Article
  3. Bounds for twisted symmetric square L-functions via half-integral weight periods 

    Nelson, Paul D. (2020)
    FORUM OF MATHEMATICS SIGMA
    We establish the first moment bound (phi)Sigma L(phi circle times phi Psi, 1/2) << (epsilon) p(5/4+epsilon) for triple product L-functions, where Psi is a fixed Hecke-Maass form on SL2 (Z) and phi runs over the Hecke-Maass newforms on Gamma(0) (p) of bounded eigenvalue. The proof is via the theta correspondence and analysis of periods of half-integral weight modular forms. This estimate is not expected to be optimal, but the exponent 5/4 ...
    Journal Article
  4. How the issue time of information affects passengers in public transport disruptions: an agent-based simulation approach 

    Leng, Nuannuan; Corman, Francesco (2020)
    Procedia Computer Science
    In public transport disruptions, a key relation between the services of operating company and passengers' satisfaction is the disseminated information. This paper focus on how the issue time of information affects passengers in the unplanned/unexpected public transport disruptions. Due to different information issue time, passengers' behaviours are assumed and simulated. An agent-based micro-simulation model (MATSim) is applied for the ...
    Conference Paper
  5. An improved replanning strategy for congested traffic conditions in MATSim 

    Tchervenkov, Christopher; Horl, Sebastian; Balac, Milos; et al. (2020)
    Procedia Computer Science
    Agent-based transport models such as MATSim have been developed and used for the past few decades to simulate transportation systems in different cities and are capable of accurately reproducing travel patterns at different levels of aggregation. Given their disaggregate representation of both travel demand and supply as well as the high level of spatial and temporal detail, agent-based transport models also have the potential to allow ...
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