Searched for: contributor:"Epema, Dick (graduation committee)"
(1 - 11 of 11)
document
Agrawal, Niket (author)
Edge computing extends the cloud computing capabilities to the edge of the network to facilitate processing of the data in the close proximity of its generation. It augments the deployment of several applications in the Internet of Things (IoT) domain which demand low latency and near real-time response for their reliable operation. However, the...
master thesis 2020
document
van Engelshoven, Yuup (author)
Payment Channel Networks(PCN) utilize payment channels with an established link capacity between two nodes to route transactions over multiple links to carry out transactions. Such transactions can support a blockchain due to the transactions happening off-chain, i.e., not requiring any information to be published to a ledger. PCNs can help aid...
master thesis 2019
document
Graur, Dan (author)
Given the increasing popularity of Machine Learning, and the ever increasing need to solve larger and more complex learning challenges, it is unsurprising that numerous distributed learning strategies have been brought forward in recent years, along with many large scale Machine Learning frameworks. It is however unclear how well these...
master thesis 2019
document
Száva, Antal (author)
A network of devices capable of transmitting quantum information called a quantum network has promising applications with vast benefits. One of the most near term achievable application is the quantum key distribution. It could be used for sharing a secret key between two end-users through any insecure authenticated communication channel. Other...
master thesis 2019
document
Stojkovski, Stefan (author)
Rabobank is currently planning a complete transition of its services to the public<br/>cloud. Currently there are around 400 DevOps teams that need to make the<br/>transition from deployment on traditional on-premise infrastructure, to deploying their products to the public cloud. The thesis project investigates what are some of the biggest...
master thesis 2018
document
Baart, Robert (author)
Order acceptance and scheduling problems (OAS) is a category of problems where the decision of which jobs to schedule and how to schedule them is intertwined. Decision diagrams have in recent years become a popular method of finding bounds for scheduling problems. However, their use in problems where orders can also be rejected has not yet been...
master thesis 2018
document
Harms, Jan-Gerrit (author)
Trust on the internet is largely facilitated by reputation systems on centralized online platforms. How- ever reports of data breaches and privacy issues on such platforms are getting more frequent. We argue that only a decentralized trust system can enable a privacy-driven and fair future of the online economy. This requires a scalable system...
master thesis 2018
document
Donkervliet, Jesse (author)
Minecraft is one of the most popular games of all time,<br/>and provides both entertainment and education to people around the globe.<br/>One of the main challenges in gaming is increasing the scalability of these games to support the large numbers of players they attract.<br/>Minecraft-like games make this challenge even more difficult by...
master thesis 2018
document
Prahesa Kusuma Setia, Prahesa (author)
Current interconnected society provides us with numerous devices communicating with one another. Exchange of data thus become an integral part in our live. Data become valuable commodity in today's setting because of their usage by individual and other interested parties. Several parties may be interested in computing a function over their data...
master thesis 2017
document
Cong, Kelong (author)
Blockchain systems have the potential to decentralise many traditionally centralised systems. However, scalability remains a key challenge. Without a horizontally scalable solution, where performance increases by adding more nodes to the system, blockchain systems remain unsuitable for ubiquitous use. We design a novel blockchain system called...
master thesis 2017
document
Koster, Martin (author), Arkesteijn, Youri (author), Meuleman, Mathias (author)
bachelor thesis 2017
Searched for: contributor:"Epema, Dick (graduation committee)"
(1 - 11 of 11)