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Kreynen, Bernd (author)
Dementia care is a growing problem, both due to a rising number of cases and due to a shortage in healthcare workers. Aside from cognitive symptoms persons with dementia (PwDs) often deal with psychological symptoms such as agitation. The individualized music intervention (IMI) by Linda Gerdner has been proposed to reduce these. This is the...
master thesis 2021
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Eckhardt, Thomas (author)
Wireless Sensor Networks(WSN's) are networks of sensor that wirelessly communicate to each other. The communication of these sensors needs to be secured to prevent leaking of potentially sensitive information of the data sent between the user, gateway and sensors. For WSN's lightweight authentication, protocols have been developed in order to...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Alkan, Efe (author)
Pseudo-random number generators are the essential part of many security protocols such as signature schemes, key-exchange protocols and encryption algorithms. The security of these protocols is usually dependent on the quality of the generators they use. The generation of unpredictable random numbers supplies refreshment to the protocols, which...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Kok, Philippe (author)
The number of cybercrime cases rises rapidly, and the type of crime takes more and more diverse forms. However, the protection against these risks lag behind and becomes quickly outdated. This thesis follows the Fake News Game example using active inoculation in the form of a game against social engineering risks. Inoculation draws the analogy...
master thesis 2021
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Langerak, arjan (author)
Since their invention, the keyboard and mouse are the most used input devices that software developers use to interact with source code. However, these devices have their IDE interaction issues as developers need to spend a significant amount of time learning how to use them efficiently and effectively. To tackle some of these issues, we used an...
master thesis 2021
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Bhaskar, P. (author)
Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological condition that results from the dysregulation of the sleep-wake cycle occurring in an early stage, specifically in adolescence. Patients with narcolepsy experience excessive daytime sleepiness, cataplexy, hypnagogic hallucinations, sleep paralysis and disturbed nocturnal sleep and these symptoms together form...
master thesis 2020
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Albers, Nele (author)
We analyze the internal representations that deep Reinforcement Learning (RL) agents form of their environments and whether these representations correspond to what such agents should ideally learn. The purpose of this comparison is both a better understanding of why certain algorithms or network architectures perform better than others and the...
master thesis 2020
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Maas, O.P. (author)
Social housing corporations in the Netherlands have a limited ability to influence the social housing market through offering houses to households outside of the regular waiting-list system, but often do not use an algorithmic strategy for utilising this freedom well. There is thus an open question of whether there exist algorithmic approaches...
master thesis 2020
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Scholten, Lizzy (author)
As computer science lies at the heart of almost all technological progress, widespread computer science education, and particularly programming education, is of great importance. In order to reach a large group of students, secondary schools can play an important role. However, students have difficulty learning programming concepts. Programming...
master thesis 2020
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