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Balasubramanian, Chitra (author)
Healthcare industry is an ever-emerging field in the 21st century. The statistics from Centers for Medicare services (CMS) [15] website shows that in 2017, in USA, the healthcare industry has invested USD 7.4 billion for research collaborations with physicians. These research collaborations in CMS is spread across multiple facets ranging from...
master thesis 2020
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Nguyen, Tuan Anh (author)
Billions of wireless devices are interconnected to provide services to many<br/>aspects of life and form The Internet of Things. These devices which are<br/>often battery-powered and energy efficient can benefit greatly from an ac-<br/>curate localisation service that does not consume extra energy. Several loc-<br/>alisation methods have been...
master thesis 2019
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Los, Ben (author)
Because of the transfer from brick-and-mortar stores to the web, tourism companies have had an increasing need for good recommendation systems to help the users of their websites find what they want. When developing a recommendation system for tourism, we run into a couple of problems that we would not run into when developing it for e-commerce....
master thesis 2019
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Mohammad Riftadi, Adi (author)
Switches that can be (re)programmed through the network programming language P4 are able to completely change – even while in the field – the way they process packets. While powerful, P4 code is inherently static, as it is written and installed to accommodate a particular network requirement. Writing new P4 code each time new requirements arise...
master thesis 2019
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Zhang, Bohao (author)
Since the dawn of BitTorrent technology, free-riding has always been a critical<br/>issue restricting the performance and availability of the BitTorrent network. To solve this problem, BitTorrent involves a tit-for-tat mechanism which does not function satisfactorily against free-riding. Private trackers implement credit systems to eliminate...
master thesis 2018
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Nijessen, Rik (author)
Repository mining researchers have successfully applied machine learning in a variety of<br/>scenarios.  However, the use of deep learning in repository mining tasks is still in its infancy.<br/>In this thesis, we describe the advantages and disadvantages of using deep learning in mining software repository research and demonstrate these by...
master thesis 2017
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Kraaijeveld, Michel (author)
The goal of this thesis is to explore the current possibilities for detecting breaking changes in JavaScript. For this, we propose an approach and show its accuracy by constructing a tool and evaluating it. The evaluation is carried out on 3 chosen JavaScript projects and a total of 3000 consumer packages. For each of the projects, we compute...
master thesis 2017
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Shruthi Kashyap, Shruthi (author)
Kitchen is becoming a hotbed for innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution. Many kitchen appliances are being connected to the Internet to facilitate `smart-cooking'. The appliances are becoming cordless too, i.e., they are being powered by the inductive power sources which are integrated into the kitchen counter-tops. The Wireless...
master thesis 2017
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Aué, Joop (author)
Nowadays, service-oriented architectures are more popular than ever, and more and more companies and organizations depend on services offered through Web APIs. The capabilities and complexity of Web APIs differ from service to service, and therefore the impact of API errors varies. API problem cases related to Adyen’s payment service were found...
master thesis 2017
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Leontiuc, Ioana (author)
Modern software is being built in a continuously integrated fashion, in order to overcome the challenges that come with developing large software systems from many contributors. The cornerstone of continuous integration is the testing step, since it is supposed to protect the system from changes that might disrupt correct behavior. Mutation...
master thesis 2017
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Tómasdóttir, Kristín (author)
A linter is a type of static analysis tool that warns software developers about pos- sible errors in code or violations to coding standards. By using such a tool, errors can be surfaced early in the development process when they are cheaper to fix, and code can be kept more readable and maintainable. For such a tool to be successful, it is...
master thesis 2017
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