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Harrison, Joe (author), Dikken, Olivier (author), van Peer, Dennis (author)
FeedbackFruits is a company that provides tools for educators to organize their courses. The company is currently working on aiding teachers in aligning course material and assessment. Aligning the two provides students with clear expectations and can lead to an increase in learning [1]. Aligning course material and assessment is usually done by...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Raats, J.M. (author), Van der Zwan, L.F. (author)
The Investment Department of ING asked us to build a model that predicts customer loyalty using the Net Promoter Score (NPS) system and a dashboard that would show the results of the model. With this model and dashboard ING may be able to get an insight into which groups of customers are at risk to complain.
bachelor thesis 2015
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Kisantal, Máté (author)
Safe navigation in a cluttered environment is a key capability for the autonomous operation of Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAVs). This work explores a (deep) Reinforcement Learning (RL) based approach for monocular vision based obstacle avoidance and goal directed navigation for MAVs in cluttered environments. We investigated this problem in the...
master thesis 2018
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Palachanis, D. (author)
Cell differentiation is a natural process occurring in all higher organisms, since the early fetal stage of life. It is, also, a part of disease – such as cancer – as the cell cycle becomes deregulated and cells behave differently compared to healthy ones. Differentiation occurs although the genome of all cells is identical across all cell types...
master thesis 2014
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Hendrikx, M.J.C. (author)
Automated negotiation agents are agents that interact in an environment for the settlement of a mutual concern. An important factor influencing the performance of a negotiation agent is how it takes the opponent into account. The main challenge in this aspect, is that opponents typically hide private information to avoid exploitation. In such a...
master thesis 2012
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Goes, Sten (author)
The millions of filter weights in Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), all have a well-defined and analytical expression for the partial derivative to the loss function. Therefor these weights can be learned from data with a technique called gradient descent optimization. While the filter weights have a well-defined derivative, the filter size...
master thesis 2017
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Sulzer, Raphael (author)
The seismic building structural type (SBST) reflects the main load-bearing structure of a building and therefore its behaviour under seismic load. For numerous areas in earthquake prone regions this information is outdated, unavailable, or simply not existent. Traditional methods to gather this information, such as building-by-building...
master thesis 2018
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van Rooijen, Sjoerd (author)
In the upcoming years, en route airspace capacity will be limited by air traffic controller workload, requiring the introduction of automation to assist controllers with conflict detection and resolution. However, acceptance is considered to be one of the main obstacles in the introduction of novel automation. Individual-sensitive automation has...
master thesis 2019
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Santegoeds, O.J. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Spadaro, A. (author)
Rapidly evolving IT infrastructures bring beneficial effects to society and promote information sharing and use. However, vulnerabilities create opportunities for hostile users to perform malicious activities and IT security has gradually turned into a critical research area for organizations and governments. Processes of decision making in...
master thesis 2013
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Holkamp, Y.H. (author)
Emotion has been shown to have a large impact on our interactions with people and devices. In our daily lives, however, these emotions are not taken into account when working with our computers and other machines. If our devices could pick up on social cues, for instance in relation to disinterest, the usability of various systems could be...
master thesis 2014
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Olij, D.J.C. (author)
In this thesis 6 wave climate reduction methods are described and evaluated. Of these methods, 3 are commonly used in literature and 3 are machine learning methods that are adjusted so that they can be used for the reduction of a wave climate. The evaluation is executed with the use of a Delft3D model of the coast of Durban, South Africa.
master thesis 2015
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Li, Z. (author)
Authorship verification is one subfield of authorship analysis. However, the majority of the research in the field of authorship analysis is on the authorship identification problem. The authorship verification problem has received less attention than the authorship identification problem. Thus, there is a demand for a study on the authorship...
master thesis 2013
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Mes, Johan (author)
The Self-Organizing Map (SOM) is an unsupervised neural networktopology that incorporates competitive learning for the classicationof data. In this thesis we investigate the design space of a system incorporating such a topology based on Spiking Neural Networks (SNNs), and apply it to classifying electrocardiogram (ECG) beats. We present novel...
master thesis 2018
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De Jong, N. (author)
Twitter contains massive amounts of user generated content that also contains a lot of valuable information for various interested parties. Twitcident has been developed to process and filter this information in real-time for interested parties by monitoring a set of predefined topics, exploiting humans as sensors. An analysis of the relevant...
master thesis 2015
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Betting, Jan-Harm (author)
The movement of whiskers in head-fixed mice is of high interest for neurological research, as it allows scientists to learn more about learning processes during active touch. However, manual tracking of whiskers in thousands of frames is not feasible, and reliable tracking of individual whiskers is not possible with the best current software...
master thesis 2018
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Bender, D.W.B. (author)
Modern industrial plants contain enormous numbers of sensors which, in turn, generate enormous amounts of process and diagnostic variable measurements. All this generated data is stored in a Data Historian database and then left untouched. This report evaluates whether there is useful information amongst this unused data, and if so, how this...
master thesis 2016
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Van Tulder, G. (author)
Recent advances in importance-weighted active learning solve many of the problems of traditional active learning strategies. But does importance-weighted active learning also produce a reusable sample selection? This thesis explains why reusability can be a problem, how importance-weighted active learning removes some of the barriers to...
master thesis 2012
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Gonzalez Godinez, L.A. (author)
Wearable devices have paved way for several context-aware applications in the field of health-care and sports to improve the well-being of users and their performance for human augmentation. During rehabilitation patients need accurate feedback that can empower and improve the speed of recovery. On the other hand competitive athletes need a...
master thesis 2016
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Parolas, I. (author)
The hinterland transportation of incoming containers at container terminals is a complex problem, due to the various actors involved and their often conflicting interests. A promising solution towards the problem for hinterland network operators is that of synchromodality, a concept that refers to on-line network planning for hinterland...
master thesis 2016
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