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Tepjit, S. (author)
Our research concentrated on a newly emerged problem related to smart cyber-physical systems (S-CPSs). The essence of the problem is that S-CPSs are based on reasoning mechanisms that enable them to generate context-dependent solutions for various application problems. Typically, development of application-specific reasoning mechanisms (ASRMs)...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Abou Eddahab-Burke, F. (author)
doctoral thesis 2020
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Li, Y. (author)
Context is interpreted as a body of information dynamically created by a pattern of entities and relationships over a history of situations. Computational handling of dynamically changing contexts and the consideration of rapidly changing situations in awareness building, situated reasoning, and proactive adaptation of smart cyberphysical...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Çençen, A. (author)
The research project presented in this thesis is situated in the domain of design research, and focuses on the designers of production systems. In general, it aims to support the re-search towards a better understanding of design for human-robot coproduction (HRC). The specific objective of this research project was the development of support...
doctoral thesis 2019
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van Doorn, E.C. (author)
The main challenge of operators working with complex information systems is to gain sufficient situation awareness (SA). In this research project, we developed an analysis scheme to support a holistic study of SA. This analysis scheme was complemented with a method to process cognitive task analysis and observational research data to identify...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Ruiz Arenas, S. (author)
Typically, emerging system failures have a strong impact on the performance of industrial systems as well as on the efficiency of their operational and servicing processes. Being aware of these, maintenance and repair researchers have developed multiple failure detection and diagnosis techniques that allow early recognition of system or...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Keenaghan, G.N. (author)
The conceptual framework of the proposed novel system was to provide a stimulating learning experience for dislocated digital learners, who are seen as individuals with different perceptions and expectations. In addition to functionally integrate technological, cognitive and social enablers, the system was required to encapsulate what can be...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Pourtalebi Hendehkhaleh, S. (author)
Cyber-physical systems are complex trans-disciplinary systems. Designing this kind of systems requires cooperation of several groups of experts with various backgrounds such as mechatronics and robotics, software engineering, data management, knowledge engineering, system on a chip, embedded systems, humans and systems interaction, and social...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Doubrovski, E.L. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Li, C. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Verlinden, J.C. (author)
Physical prototypes and scale models play an important role in engineering design processes, especially in the field of industrial design. Such models are typically used to explore and discuss design concepts in various stages, from initial idea generation to manufacturing. Over the last decade, augmented reality technologies have been developed...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Du Bois, E. (author)
This PhD researches the domain of industrial design engineering starting from the strong technological evolutions and changing economic, social and ecological needs. Our current products are not only build from hardware components, but are a complex mix of hardware, software and services (in different proportions). This complexity is needed to...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Van der Vegte, W.F. (author)
To enhance the effectiveness of engineering simulations in product development, this thesis presents a new approach that enables designers to include human responses and reactions to artefact behaviour in their investigations. It does so without requiring deployment of real human subjects or investing in interactive virtual environments. The new...
doctoral thesis 2009
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Langerak, T.R. (author)
Freeform features are parameterizable shape parts that are used in the design of industrial products. The parametric nature of the feature allows a designer to quickly manipulate shape without having to precisely configure the geometry of the shape. However, in many cases, designers want to use existing shapes in their designs, for which...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Varga, E. (author)
doctoral thesis 2007
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Zhang, B. (author)
Designers, engineers and ergonomists are seeking to exploit the opportunities offered by the 3D anthropometric technologies. These technologies make 3D measurements possible and provide us with a more detailed description of human body in comparison with the traditional 1D or 2D data processing. In many industrial design cases, there is a need...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Moes, C.C.M. (author)
We are using many designed artefacts in our daily life. These artefacts are typically in physical interaction with the human body, and cause stresses and deformations inside the tissues. When these stresses exceed a given level, the proper physiological functioning of the tissues is limited, and ergonomics discomfort or even medical...
doctoral thesis 2004
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Rusák, Z. (author)
doctoral thesis 2003
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Opiyo, E.Z. (author)
doctoral thesis 2003
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Koelman, H.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 1999
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