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van Wijngaarden, Maarten (author)
In this thesis, we investigate whether maximizing the coverage of taxis can be beneficial when the goal is to minimize the waiting times of the clients. When dispatching taxis, often only current requests are taken into account and not future ones. We examined how beneficial it can be to take coverage into account. For taxi companies it is...
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Pijnenburg, Marcha (author)
It is expected that the express delivery market will grow strongly in the coming years. This growth, however, is restricted by the shortage of express transportation capacity and is increasingly causing congestion. The transport sector is not only subject to this growing demand from a business perspective but also faces environmental challenges....
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Ubbens, Otmar (author)
With the rapid development of Quantum Computers (QC) and QC Simulators, there will be an increased demand for functioning Quantum Algorithms in the near future. Some of the most ubiquitously useful algorithms are solvers for linear systems of equations. Since the conception of the Quantum Linear Solver Algorithm (QLSA) by Harrow, Hassidim and...
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Waaijer, Marijn (author)
In this report the goals is to theoretically construct a shift resistant encoding in a rotor system. The report starts with an overview of the rotor space. In the context of which the difference between PVM and POVM is highlighted. After this overview, the shift resistant encodings are discussed. These two concepts are then combined and a shift...
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de Koning, Bart (author)
In this thesis we examine various aspects of the output signal produced by the electrical pickup of an electric guitar. We do this by formulating a model of this output signal based on the one dimensional damped wave equation for the motion of one guitar string and (initially) a simple linear model for the output signal based on this motion....
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de Groot, Daan (author), van der Meijs, Emiel (author)
In this thesis, the implementation of a passive, chipless, frequency coded RFID detection system for bedload transport studies is proposed. The proposed tag will be deployed in the semi-arid Río Colorado, Bolivia with the aim to develop quantitative sediment transport models that relate transport to grain size. Different algorithms are explored...
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de Jong, Jur (author)
Collective dynamics is something that can be found in nature on macro and micro scale. Since the 90s of the previous century researchers have been interested in finding a model for this group behaviour. The dynamics of a group as a whole is only determined by shortrange interactions of the individuals. To better understand the working of this...
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Leijenhorst, Nando (author)
Quantum error correction is needed for future quantum computers. Classical error correcting codes are not suitable for this due to the nature of quantum mechanics. Therefore, new codes need to be developed. A promising candidate is the toric code, a surface code, because of its locality and its high error correcting capability and thresholds ...
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Baaij, Frédèrique (author)
Sinds 2015/2016 krijgen de leerlingen op de havo met wiskunde A op hun eindexamen een blad met enkele vuistregels. In deze thesis heb ik de achtergrond van deze vuistregels onderzocht en de vuistregels zelf tegen het licht gehouden.
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Frank, Abel (author)
Eerst introduceren we het rekenkundig-meetkundig gemiddelde (RMG), een snel convergerend algoritme dat een verband heeft met π en nog veel meer constanten en functies. Hoffmann toont dit in een bewijs aan, echter is deze niet waterdicht en amper onderbouwd. Daarom gaan wij ons verdiepen in dit bewijs en met name een stap die twee ogenschijnlijk...
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Smilde, Elsemiek (author)
Danieli Corus supplies tailor-made solutions for the global steel industry. Cameras are used in tuyeres of blast furnaces to detect physical aspects and irregularities. No operator could monitor those videos all day, which is why video analyses are needed. A program is written to analyse a test video and give information about the temperature,...
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de Haas, Lyanne (author)
MRI machines use superconducting magnets to create an image. However, these magnets are very expensive. It is possible to use weaker magnets in a low-eld MRI, but those will result in a lower signal-to-noise ratio, meaning the images will be polluted. An image can be smoothed by viewing it as the initial condition of a partial dierential...
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van Zon, Manon (author)
MRI images are very useful for detecting diseases, as well as for the treatment of diseases. However, MRI scanners are usually too expensive for developing countries to purchase and maintain. Therefore, a less expensive scanner is being developed at Delft University of Technology and Leiden University Medical Center. Unfortunately, the images...
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kleyn Winkel, Lars (author)
The goal of this project is to see if we can improve the treatment plan for proton therapy by using reduced order models and adjoint theory for proton therapy. We shall use a singular value decomposition on a dose distribution matrix to obtain the modes from which we can reconstruct every dose distribution. Using adjoint methodologies for proton...
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Meijer, Angeline (author)
This report describes the study on the optimization of the magnetic field generated by a low-field magnetic resonance imaging modality. In the optimization the Genetic Algorithm and a quasi-Newton Algorithm are used.
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Haakma, Emiel (author)
Starting with the three axioms of projective geometry, this paper explores concepts such as perspectives, projective maps, and harmonic additions that are unique to this geometry. In addition, important theorems such as Pappus's Theorem, Desargue's Theorem, and the Fundamental Property are mentioned and worked with extensively.
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Bryan, Lotte (author)
The aim of this Bachelor Thesis is to extend the orthogonal projection method described in 'An Orthogonal Projection Method for Computing Active, Reactive and Scattered Power and its Application to Compensator Design' by Jacob van der Woude and Dimitri Jeltsema. In the aforementioned article, a method is described to calculate the active,...
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Johnston, Julian (author)
This report has the main aim of comparing the Mixed Finite Element Method to the standard Finite Element Method. The other aim is to let the reader understand what these methods entail. The latter is done by first journeying through the theory behind the FEM. It is first explored in one dimension to keep the setting simple. Next, the Mixed FEM...
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Brands, Marnix (author)
In dit onderzoek is een Monte Carlo algoritme beschreven voor het schatten van de dominante eigenwaarde en bijbehorende eigenvector van een niet-negatieve, irreducibele matrix. Naast de werking van het Monte Carlo algoritme is ook de convergentiesnelheid onderzocht. Tevens zijn een aantal simulaties in de praktijk uitgevoerd voor zowel het Monte...
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Michielsen, Frans (author)
In dit verslag behandelen we de Extrapolatie Stelling van Yano: een stelling die voor operators van de vorm T : f(x) -> T(f)(x) in bepaalde omstandigheden een afschatting geeft van de absolute integraal over T(f)(x) in termen van f(x) zelf. We zullen zien dat deze afschatting, en meer afschattingen van soortgelijke vorm, onder de juiste...
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