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Versteegh, Wouter (author)
In forensic science, the strength of evidence is calculated mainly by statistical models called likelihood ratio systems. In court cases, the specific-source likelihood ratio system is used by forensic scientists to determine if a trace originates from a known reference, called the trace-reference problem. However, collecting sufficient data to...
master thesis 2024
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Gu, Yajuan (author)
In this thesis report, we delve into a contest game within game theory, where agents’ risk-taking capacity, rather than effort, becomes the pivotal variable. High-quality performance in the game is associated with a higher probability of leading to superior scores through the use of risky strategies. The application of this con test game to...
master thesis 2024
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de Munnik, Hans (author)
Almost everyone is familiar with games such as poker and checkers, but games can also be found in non-entertaining settings, such as competing companies in a market or conflict resolutions between countries. However, what happens when players want to avoid working together? This thesis provides two game-theoretical models of boycotts based on...
master thesis 2023
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Chang, Moohyun (author)
In his paper, Conway presents his remarkable findings, leaving the task of careful examination and verification to us. He unveils a special link between the extraFib series and the Empire State Building, and reveals an unexpected relationship between Fibonacci numbers, Lucas numbers, and trigonometric formulas. This fresh concept, labeled ...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Yao, Yunsong (author)
master thesis 2023
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Blom, Joris (author)
Fog plays a major role in chain collisions. Proper fog detection is essential for the Dutch road authority to anticipate foggy weather conditions. Dozens of stations in the Netherlands can measure fog. However, fog can be a very local phenomenon. Therefore, more local measurements are needed. There are about 5,000 traffic cameras in...
master thesis 2023
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Swinkels, Bart (author)
The "Number Hides Game" (NHG) is 2-player game played on a board that consists of a row of p consecutive coins. Player I and player II simultaneously choose subsets of m and n consecutive coins respectively. Player II pays the number of coins that lie in the intersection of the subsets to player I. This thesis introduces basic knowledge from the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Zandee, Jonathan (author)
The Game of Cycles, invented by Francis Su (2020, p.51) is an impartial game played on a graph, where players take turns marking an edge according to a set of rules. Together with the game, there also came a conjecture that gives a condition for whether a specific position is winning or losing. Proving or disproving this conjecture is the main...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Ha, Deon (author)
In this thesis report we consider a search and rescue problem in which one or multiple targets/objects are hidden in some playing field, and must be rescued/found by a searcher. The targets are for example: earthquake survivors, lost hikers or prisoners held by an adversary, and are hidden in some section of the play field. Searching any of the...
master thesis 2021
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Hoefkens, Emiel (author)
The Competitive Investor Game from Bell & Cover (1980) and the 푘-Player Ranking Game from Alpern & Howard (2017) are analysed in thesis. Optimal strategies have been derived and the related proofs have been given a new look. The Symmetric Multiplayer Ranking Game is considered as the general interpretation of financial competition among...
master thesis 2021
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van Lieshout, Toon (author)
A look at Wythoffs Nim, Wythoff rows and Akiyama's nim. We try to find a row and a game that match Wythoff's row and game. A row is found in the Lieshoutrow, but the game we chose: Akiyama's nim, wasn't close to the beauty of Wythoff's nim. We exolain why.
bachelor thesis 2020
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van der Wal, Gwyn (author)
In this report, we will look at the connection between the Fibonacci and Euler numbers. By using a combinatorial argument including the Fibonacci and Euler numbers, we will prove our main theorem:  F<sub>n</sub>·E<sub>n</sub> ≥ n! From the main theorem and the asymptotics of these numbers, we will conclude that π ≤ 2ϕ. We...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Heijnders, Tom (author)
In dit verslag wordt het gedrag van een dief die huizen besteelt wiskundig bekeken. Het dievenspel is de aanleiding van dit verslag. In dit spel bepaalt een dief zijn optimale strategie voor het bestelen van één huis uit verschillende huizen met verschillende waarden. Daarnaast is er een agent die op zoek is naar zijn optimale strategie om de...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Dang, T.N. (author)
In this thesis we study the optimal role assignment in jury voting. Jurors have to decide between two states of nature. Jurors cannot directly observe the state of nature, but only a noisy signal, that is correlated with the true state of nature. Some jurors are better than the other, and higher ability jurors receive signals that more likely...
master thesis 2017
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Bogaers, R. (author)
bachelor thesis 2016
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Van Tol, L.J.M. (author)
This thesis deals with pricing options on natural gas under a regime-switching model. First of all, a regime-switching model for natural gas is considered. Hereafter, historical gasdata are examined to find a model which fits the data. Next, a system of PDE's is derived in order to price an option under the regime-switching model. Finally,...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Venkataraman, A. (author)
bachelor thesis 2015
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Schouwstra, J. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Janssen, T.M.L. (author)
This thesis was a combined project of the CWI (the national research institute for mathematics and computer science in the Netherlands) and the NLR (National Aerospace Laboratory of the Netherlands). In this thesis we examine noise pollution around airports. Given an airport we will consider the problem maximizing the number of flights, while...
master thesis 2013
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Krebs, T.J.P. (author)
How can you define automatic maps on the Gaussian integers? The two key components of an automatic map are an automaton, and a numeration system that represents every Gaussian integer at least once. We start by giving a brief introduction to automata and language theory, and go on to establish the existence of a numeration system for the...
master thesis 2013
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