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Shang, Jinze (author)
This thesis delves into the development of a project that aims to boost the awareness and willingness of TU Delft's research staff to share laptop data, needed to promote the further adoption of the Circular Economy (CE) in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) domain. The project navigates the intricate landscape of data privacy...
master thesis 2023
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Offerman, Celine (author)
Correctly processing accumulated information is beneficial for our survival. Berghman and Hekkert (2017) argue that this is why we humans derive pleasure from having a sense of aesthetics. These aesthetic experiences can be seen as our brain’s reward system for correctly perceiving and interpret- ing the world around us. While our senses have...
master thesis 2023
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Dunnewind, Mirko (author)
Immersive technologies, such as head-mounted devices for Virtual Reality (VR), have experienced increased availability on the consumer market. This opens up numerous possibilities for scientific research and industrial applications. But, configuring and combining data from various sources to create an effective visualization to explore,...
master thesis 2023
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Rajiv, Miny (author)
Responding to the trend of increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI), we need to ensure applications of AI are designed, implemented, utilised and evaluated in a careful manner. Explainable AI, or XAI, meaning; - given a certain audience, the details and reasons of both technical processes of the algorithm-support system and the reasoning...
master thesis 2023
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Kant, Henk (author)
As the sharing of machine learning (ML) models has increased in popularity, more so-called model zoos are created. These repositories facilitate the sharing of models and their metadata, and other people to find and re-use an existing model. However, the metadata provided for models is insufficient, with little focus on practical aspects of a...
master thesis 2023
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Dekker, Ruben (author)
Supporting designers working with AI is important, yet the tools they have at their disposal are in many ways not satisfactory. The aim of this project was to design a digital canvas tool which lets designers explore AI and ML, adopt the affordances that AI and ML as a design material give, and which can be used to map out and design integrated...
master thesis 2022
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Jung, Ji Youn (author)
Research has shown how people anthropomorphize conversational agents (CA) and unconsciously bring their gender stereotypes into human-agent interaction. For this reason, there has been a long lasted dilemma on whether designers should design CAs that conform to or violate stereotypical expectations. Despite the urgency and importance of...
master thesis 2022
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Callebaut, Kilian (author)
In highly complex sources of data for pattern recognition, like audio, it is hard to obtain a set of information that is both extensively annotated and includes the wide variety of interfering noises that real life applications would encounter. In order to address these issues, information sharing techniques were devised, known as multi-task...
master thesis 2022
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van Asten, Timo (author)
To create safe urban areas, it is important to gain insight into what influences the (perceived) safety of our cities and human settlements. One of the factors that can contribute to safety is the way urban spaces are designed. Previous work has highlighted the importance of natural surveillance: a type of surveillance that is a byproduct of how...
master thesis 2021
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Zeng, Wei (author)
To study how to involve the end-users in the development of machine learning explainability, this project has chosen the context of bird species identification. It intends to develop a platform where the end-users can learn bird knowledge while contributing to building the explainability of machine learning models. Among all the methods that...
master thesis 2021
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Heinsohn Huala, Tomas (author)
Data-centric research is all about trying to obtain useful insights on products that its researchers trying to create/design by collecting usage data on their prototypes. This type of research, usually performed by data-scientist, make use of machine learning techniques in order to improve any system or product that makes use of automated...
master thesis 2021
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Li, Junyao (author)
Nowadays, a public library is no longer a place just for the collection of books. It has offered multiple functions to take the responsibility of being a public cultural institution for all citizens. However, in the Netherlands, libraries are losing their members, especially young adults. With the development of technology, a public library is...
master thesis 2021
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Chu, Yuxin (author)
Visually impaired people should enjoy the same rights to acquire information as people with normal sight. Since visual contents become more and more pervasive in our daily life, image description becomes increasingly important to help visually impaired people to get equal access to the information contained in visual contents. However, how to...
master thesis 2021
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Wirjopawiro, Sabrina (author)
Facial emotion recognition from thermal images has gained more attention in recent years. Thermal cameras capture the heat emitted by objects and therefore thermal images are not sensitive to illumination changes. Furthermore, changes in temperature can indicate emotions and it is harder for humans to fake emotions in front of a thermal camera....
master thesis 2021
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Ueberschär, Frederik (author)
Our world climate is an incredibly complex and ever-changing system. The reality of climate change and the consequential pressure to act fast to reduce greenhouse gas emissions requires immediate attention. And yet, despite this unprecedented urgency, active public engagement needed to motivate meaningful change is still missing.<br/> <br/> This...
master thesis 2021
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Bakker, Niels (author)
Event managers at large city events use crowd density as a metric in the process of maintaining safety at large scale city events. Identifying the density of crowds at these events relies on expensive physical infrastructure to work well or have limited accuracy. We propose amethod that addresses the gap of not relying on physical infrastructure...
master thesis 2020
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van Veen, Carmen (author)
The Dutch version of the Public Records Request is named the ‘Wet Openbaarheid van Bestuur’ (Wob) , which provides the public with the right to request access to records from any governmental institution. The government has the obligation to provide information about policy and the execution of policy; however individuals who wish to obtain more...
master thesis 2020
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van der Smagt, Mark (author)
Daily stress is a problem that many people are suffering from. In previous research a prototype was developed to help users to identify their own stressful places and encourage them to conduct self-training exercises in those locations. This prototype is called ‘Grippy’. The goal of this project is to explore what qualities Grippy’s vibration...
master thesis 2020
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Liu, Y. (author)
ArenAPoort is an area in Amsterdam’s Zuidoost (Southeast) district, with multiple functions including working, shopping, and entertainment. Most importantly, it is an event area with three famous venues: Johan Cruijff ArenA, Ziggo Dome, and AFAS Live.<br/>Hundreds of events are held in this area every year. During the event period, mobility can...
master thesis 2020
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Wu, Elyn Caili (author)
Knowledge sharing brings overall value to organisations in the growth of the business and its people. For designers, sharing stimulates creativity and encourages personal development via collective sharing within the community, making happier individuals and by extension, a happier team. For knowledge sharing to happen, cultural change and the...
master thesis 2020
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