Publications

Methods for Characterising Pulp Fibre and Paper Surfaces - TOME I

2000 | Action E11

Maturation of Usability Evaluation Methods: Retrospect and Prospect

2009 | Action 294

Biogenically Active Amines in Food - Vol 1 Biogenically Active Amines in Transgenic Plants

1998 | Action 917

Dealing on Spatialisation

1998 | Action 79

Farm Animal Biodiversity - Workshop- Proceedings

1999 | Action null

Geoinformation Technologies for Geocultural Landscapes

2008 | Action A27

Electronic Traffc Aids on Major Roads - Final Report Citizens' Band for Road Traffic Purposes Theme 4

1984 | Action 30bis

Assessment of Failures and Malfunctions: Guidelines for Quality Control

2011 | Action E55

TBC for Diesel and other Internal Comustion Engines

1990

Maturation of Usability Evaluation Methods: Retrospect and Prospect

2009 | Action 294
  • Pages: 163
  • Author(s): E. Lai-Chong Law, D. Scapin, G. Cockton, M. Springett, C. Stary, M. Winckler
  • Publisher(s): IRIT Press
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-2-917490-06-8

The closing conference proceedings consist of four parts, with each of them reporting the respective outcomes of the Working Groups.

Geoinformation Technologies for Geocultural Landscapes

2008 | Action A27

Geoinformation technoloies offer many new perspectives for geocultural landscape research in a huge variety of scientific disciplines such as archaeology, geography, geology, geomorpology, history, spatial planning, and cultural resource management. The main objective of this book is to constitute a link between landscape related research problems, geoinformation methods and corresponding applications in a wide multi and interdisciplinary perspective. Thus, it bridges the gap between theoretically addressed research issues, methodology used for analysis and practical cases. Its main value is that it addresses innovative geospatial technologies that can support different workflows needed for such analysis. It provides descriptions of a variety of research issues and technological approaches that may be used to support processes of data capturing, mapping, and analysis. These techniques and concepts are illustrated in selected case studies and numerous practical examples.

Assessment of Failures and Malfunctions: Guidelines for Quality Control

2011 | Action E55
  • Pages: 107
  • Author(s): Eds. J. Kohler, G. Fink & T.Toratti
  • Publisher(s): Shaker Verlag GmbH
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-3-8440-0161-7

This report represents the results of work and discussions in working group 1) assessment of failures and malfunctions. This report covers summaries of studies on structural failures on timber structures around Europe and elsewhere. Additionally guidelines on implementing inspections on structures and on the building process concepts to obtain quality and avoid failures are given. These assessment studies and guidelines were drafted by the COST members (or member institutes).