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van Osch, Millen (author)
Joint attention is the shared focus multiple people can have on the same object and it is subconsciously used by humans every day. The simple act of verbally or non-verbally pointing out an object to one another, is a form of joint attention. Its use facilitates human cooperation, such as when someone needs to hand over an object to another...
master thesis 2023
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Braam, Ayrton (author)
De Kindertelefoon is a children's helpline aimed at providing (pre-)adolescents with a person to talk to for a variety of subjects such as bullying, sex, and abuse. These people who talk for De Kindertelefoon need proper training and guidance. Among the tools that De Kindertelefoon provides is the 5-phase model, a conversational model....
master thesis 2023
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Ştefan, Andrei (author)
Physical activity is one of the main factors that contribute to reducing the chance of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression, all while improving an individual’s health in general. While this is the case, the fact still remains that many adults across the world do not reach the minimum recommendations for...
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WANG, NIAN RU (author)
This thesis presents LightLetter, a system that is designed for recognizing fingertip air-writing of both numbers and letters. This provides a cost-effective and privacy-conscious method for interacting with public devices, such as touchscreens. The current iteration of LightLetter allows for the input of letters and numbers to public devices...
master thesis 2023
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Madhwal, Rohan (author)
Web3Recommend is a decentralized Social Recommender System implementation that enables Web3 Platforms on Android to generate recommendations that balance trust and relevance. Generating recommendations in decentralized networks is a non-trivial problem because these networks lack a global perspective due to the absence of a central authority....
master thesis 2023
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Narbutas, Tauras (author)
Interdependence relationships between humans and agents play a crucial role in the collaborative AI field. This research paper examines the impact of interdependence on trust violation, trust repair strategies, and collaboration fluency in human-AI teams. It compares independent cooperation and required interdependence approaches, focusing on...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Kim, Cherin (author)
As autonomous systems are increasingly integrated as a team member for collaborative tasks, trust in human-agent teams (HAT) becomes crucial to foster success. In many real world scenarios, trust violations are expected, thus demanding the use of trust repair strategies to restore damaged trust. Previous research has shown that expressing regret...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Marcu, Alexandra (author)
Intelligent agents are increasingly required to engage in collaboration with humans in the context of human-agent teams (HATs) to achieve shared goals. Interdependence is a fundamental concept in teamwork. It enables humans and robots to leverage their capabilities and collaboratively work towards a shared goal, fostering the development of...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Tanahashi, Kanta (author)
Nowadays, Human Autonomy Teams (HATs) are incorporated in many fields, where humans and autonomous agents work collaboratively to combine their capabilities with the ultimate goal of performing tasks more efficiently. In such environments, it is imperative to sustain a high level of trust between the agents as collaboration is not possible...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Li, Yanzhe (author)
Longer lifespans and an ageing population put tremendous pressure on the care of the elderly. With the technology of robotics breakthroughs, it appears that the use of robotics in elderly care is ready to take off. Interestingly, more and more robots are now being created with a human-like appearance and demeanour, yet this could lead to issues...
master thesis 2022
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Dsouza, Vivian (author)
The rapidly growing number of wireless devices typically use radio frequency for communication. However, in order to avoid using the expensive and increasingly congested radio bands, research areas are moving in the direction of using ambient light to form physical links in wireless communication systems. Unlike active Visible Light...
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Yuan, Ye (author)
master thesis 2022
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WANG, DANYAO (author)
Automated test generation techniques improve the efficiency of software testing. However, the opacity of the test generation process and concerns about the readability of generated tests make it difficult for software developers to accept them. Developer-centric test amplification creates easy-to-understand test cases by amplifying existing test...
master thesis 2022
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Struijk, Dave (author)
People who perform work on micro-task crowdsourcing platforms, often do so using a mouse and/or keyboard for many hours at a time, while alternative modes of input could potentially provide a better experience. This research investigates the feasibility of using webcam-based eye-tracking in a micro-task work environment. We accomplish this by...
bachelor thesis 2022
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El Hilali, Safouane (author)
The health of micro-task crowdsourcing workers, also called crowdworkers, is something that is overlooked in the micro-task crowdsourcing literature. Due to repetitive tasks, they can develop Repetitive Strain Injuries. To look into other ways of navigating Crowdsourcing Work Environments (CSWEs) outside the mouse and keyboard paradigm, we...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Gupta, Akshit (author)
Urban forests and vegetation are fundamental for developing resilient cities. Thus, the effective management and protection of urban trees and greenery are essential. Nowadays, urban trees are experiencing atypical amount of natural and human-induced stresses which affects their functionality, productivity and survival. The current methods for...
master thesis 2022
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Ghantasala, Ramya (author)
A significant cardiovascular health risk is insufficient physical activity. The World Health Organization recommends 150 minutes of strenuous physical activity every week. Inadequate physical activity increases the risk of chronic diseases and other health conditions like cholesterol and obesity. This thesis researches the role of data...
master thesis 2022
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Peelen, Koen (author)
The field of Tactile Internet (TI) is transporting physical interactions over vast distances as if they were near. This teleoperation method increases the quality of tele-engineering, telesurgery and many other fields. However, it requires the strict end to end latency constraints of a few ms, which is still out of reach. This thesis looks at...
master thesis 2022
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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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Faber, Robin (author)
Agent-based simulation models are rising in popularity recently due to their ability to model real-world problems in a wide range of domains. Inherent to these types of simulations is the fact that an enormous amount of data can be generated, which needs to be analysed in order to make the simulation useful. At the moment, the available tools to...
master thesis 2021
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