278 Works


Anders Møller Jacobsen
Traditionally, a process of changing district borders can be a long and cumbersome process involving several layers of political decision-making. By using PostGIS topology and database triggers the workflow can be optimised and the setup automated, ultimately presenting the end-user with a fluent and fully automatic workflow without any complicated data interactions. This moves the responsibility from the GIS department out in the organisation. This paper presents the findings of creating this setup with the...

Calculation of a nighttime-population map based on free data

Morten Fuglsang
When the first authoritative data was released, free access was given to registries like the building registry (BBR). However, statistical data like the nighttime-population is still not free. This analysis shows how we can use dasymetric mapping to dis-aggregate municipality population data into BBR housing units, producing an estimated nighttime-population map. The results produced show that the proposed model has a general overrepresentation of the population, but despite that, this free dataset calculated here, should...


Line Hvingel & Niels Lundbye-Christensen
Kommunerne har en fælles udfordring: Hvordan huser vi de mange flygtninge, der kommer til landet? Der forventes 17.000 flygtninge til Danmark i løbet af 2016. Det er ikke ligegyldigt, hvor de mange flygtninge kommer til at bo. Det er helt afgørende, at de ikke bliver koncentreret i ghettoer, for det skaber en dårlig kontakt til det danske samfund og øger risikoen for parallelsamfund. Jammerbugt Kommune og COWI præsenterer i artiklen arbejdet med at udvikle et...


Line Hvingel
Geoforum Perspektiv, Vol 15 No 28 (2016): Special issue related to the yearly conference, Kortdage

Ejendomsdata – forandringer og muligheder

Peter Knudsen
I artiklen præsenteres de ændringer der følger af implementeringen af Ejendomsdataprogrammet under Grunddataprogrammet. Der redegøres bl.a. nærmere for implementeringsplanerne, samt muligheder og gevinster for anvendere. Derudover er der fokuseret på sammenhængene med resten af Grunddataprogrammet og den videre drift, vedligeholdelse og videreudvikling af ejendomsdataområdet. Artiklen er udarbejdet i sammenhæng med et indlæg på Kortdage 2017.

Landadministrationssystemer i et menneskeretligt perspektiv

Stig Enemark
Landadministrationssystemer er et redskab til at håndtere rettigheder, restriktioner og forpligtigelser i relation til jord og fast ejendom. Hver af disse tre komponenter har en menneskeretlig dimension, som relaterer sig til nationale politikker for styring af fast ejendoms anvendelse. Artiklen analyserer landadministrationssystemer i et sådant menneskeretligt perspektiv – med særlig fokus på udviklingslande.

Projektets Logik - Den Offentlige Sektors Paradoks

Christina Madsen
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Decentralization of Water and Sanitation Services Delivery in Ghana: empirical perspectives from rural and peri-urban communities in the WA municipality of the upper west region

Dominic Degraft Arthur
The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities, Aalborg University

Aggregation Techniques for Energy Flexibility

Emmanouil Valsomatzis &
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Optimizing Analytical Queries over Semantic Web Sources

Dilshod Ibragimov
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Polynomials in the Bernstein Basis and Their Use in Stability Analysis

Tobias Leth
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Advanced Bus Signaling Methods for DC MicroGrids

Marko Angjelichinoski
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Advanced Bus Signaling Methods for DC MicroGrids

The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Problems and Values

Allan Holmgren
This article highlights coaching from a narrative and poststructuralist perspective. The article argues that problems are the starting point for any concept and every story – that each term starts with a problem. Issues and events must be named and inserted into a story to make meaning before they can be handled. The article argues that in coaching and leadership conversation about hopes, dreams and visions out of the blue sky without a foundation in...


Mette Hove Jacobsen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

The Attention Profile in Music Therapy Assessment for Children. Development and Pilot Study of Validity and Reliability

Juanita Eslava
The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities, Aalborg University

Microbial community dynamics in anaerobic digestion

Nadieh De Jonge
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

Social polarisering i Aarhus kommune 1983-2007 i et ulighed-, fattigdoms- og social eksklusionsperspektiv

Anders Bøggild Christensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Factors Affecting the Team Formation and Work in Project Based Learning (PBL) for Multidisciplinary Engineering Subjects

Ahmad Sedaghat
The main challenges facing a project based learning (PBL) facilitator in Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) is addressed here in team forming for multidisciplinary PBL subjects of diploma students in mechanical and civil engineering. These challenges include the type of projects, how to team up students, how to proceed with planning, how to swap planning outputs among teams, and how to proceed with implementation of a project. Having executed several multidisciplinary subjects over few years...

A Decade of Emergence

Leonardo Ramos, Ana Garcia, Diego Pautasso & Fernanda Cristina Ribeiro Rodrigues
The article aims at presenting a discussion about the processes of institutionalization and the expansion of the BRICS through its eight summits. Two issue areas will be emphasised: (i) international political economy – particularly international development – and (ii) international security. The hypothesis is that the BRICS forum has passed through an institutional densification process – see the New Development Bank and the Contingent Reserve Agreement. In such a process, despite the increasing relevance of...

Brazil-China Energy Cooperation

Philipe Pedro Santos Xavier, Elia Elisa Cia Alves, Andrea Q. Steiner & Fabíola Faro Eloy Dunda
Is it possible to infer that the BRICS has boosted energy cooperation between Brazil and China? If yes, how did it happen? Here, we attempt to answer these questions by analyzing all of the statements from the eight summits promoted under the BRICS (2009-2016), as well as thirty-four energy related bilateral international acts promoted among BRICS countries between 1994 and 2015. Among the main results, we found that, while bilateral energy relations between Brazil and...

Potential Impediments to Long-Term and Low-Carbon Investment: The International Accounting Standards at Stake

Sandra Rigot & Samira Demaria
This paper[i] aim to understand the role of today’s accounting requirements for financial intermediaries (banks and insurers), to be aware of their limitations and to underscore the need for reform in order to foster long-term and then low-carbon capital spending in Europe. The paper shows that International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) can affect long-term asset allocation of banks and insurance companies. International accounting standards do not differentiate between low and carbon intensive investment and do...

Energy markets, financing and accounting – Special issue from the 2017 International Conference on Energy & Environment

Isabel Soares, Paula Ferreira & Poul Alberg Østergaard
This editorial introduces the 15th volume of the International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management. The volume is a special issue from the 2017 International Conference on Energy & Environment, Porto, Portugal and it presents work on energy markets, energy financing and accounting of energy projects.

The price of wind power generation in Iberia and the merit-order effect

Nuno Carvalho Figueiredo & Patrícia Pereira Da Silva
Renewable energy generation depresses electricity spot prices, which is often used as argument to justify incentives provided to renewables. In the so-called “merit-order effect”, renewable power reduces the load available for conventional power and displaces higher marginal cost generation out of the market. In this study, we estimate the value of the “merit-order effect” due to wind power generation in the Iberian market, in the period between 1st January 2008 and 31st October 2016. This...

An Elite Experiment

Nidi Bueno, Natalia B. R. Coelho & Renata Corrêa Ribeiro
This paper focuses on Brazilians’ perceptions of China. Its central argument is that Brazilians’ general perception of China can be well described as conflicting. It also argues that democracy and access to information are the issues that damage China’s image the most, while the BRICS, culture, sports, and education are the topics that benefit China in the way it is seen in Brazilians’ eyes. The work is divided into two parts. First, it explains the...

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