Essays about: "windows paint"

Found 3 essays containing the words windows paint.

  1. 1. English Arts and Crafts gardens and how they can be modernised in Sweden

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Kristina Nygren; [2012]
    Keywords : Arts and Crafts movement; sustainable garden; Hidcote Manor; Sissinghurst Castle; Ulla Molin; Ulf Nordfjell; Garden Design; modernisation; hållbar trädgård; trädgårdsgestaltning; modernisering;

    Abstract : The aim with this thesis was to investigate what characterises an English Arts and Crafts garden how they could be modernised in Sweden. My research was limited to 20 weeks of full-time writing and worth 30 ECTS. Through literature studies, interviews and site visits I could analyse my findings which resulted in a concrete garden design project. READ MORE

  2. 2. System and Method for Passive Radiative RFID Tag Positioning in Realtime for both Elevation and Azimuth Directions

    University essay from KTH/Kommunikationssystem, CoS

    Author : Mahyar Modaresi; [2010]
    Keywords : radio-frequency identification; RFID; wireless positioning; phase-comparison monopulse; UHF band; Microstrip Yagi-Uda antenna; antenna array; human-computer interaction; RFID pen; mouse cursor; RFID security model;

    Abstract : In this thesis, design and realization of a system which enables precise positioning of RFID tags in both azimuth and elevation angles is explained. The positioning is based on measuring the phase difference between four Yagi antennas placed in two arrays. READ MORE

  3. 3. Att få sätta spår : om medbestämmande och platstagande på gymnasieskolgården

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Anna Sääf; [2007]
    Keywords : skolgård; skolgårdsupprustning; elevinflytande; brukarmedverkan; brukarprocesser; brukarinflytande; gymnasium; gymnasieskolgård; plats; lärande; gåtur; framtidsverkstad;

    Abstract : Every place is a stage where people interact. The nature of the stage and its scenography to some extent shapes the interaction. Considered as a place, the school ground gives rise to many varying expectations. Lower school pupils often have clear ideas of how they are expected to behave and how they are expected to use the place. READ MORE