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Crijns, Lucas (author)
This project aims to recreate intensity patterns using Fraunhofer diffraction as a means of simulation. These intensity patterns are created by phase shifting specific parts of an incoming field of light. These phase shifts are determined by a B-spline surface, which is in turn controlled by so-called control points. Only a handful of control...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Smaran Adarsh, SMARAN ADARSH (author)
Quantum computing is an emerging technology that combines the principles of both computer science and quantum mechanics to solve computationally challenging problems significantly faster than the current classical computers. In this thesis, a proof of concept to generate hardware-executable quantum circuits for Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum ...
master thesis 2021
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Wanguemert Guerra, Fernando (author)
master thesis 2021
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Herrera Clapera, Miquel (author)
Computational fluid dynamics is nowadays one of the pillars of modern aircraft design, just as impor­tant as experimental wind tunnel testing. Very ambitious goals in regards to performance, efficiency and sustainability are being asked of the aviation industry, the kind that warrant a virtual exploration of the edges of the flight envelope....
master thesis 2021
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Schalkers, Merel (author)
Large fault­tolerant universal gate quantum computers will provide a major speed­up to a variety of common computational problems. While such computers are years away, we currently have noisy intermediate­scale quantum (NISQ) computers at our disposal. In this project we present two quantum machine learning approaches that can be used to find...
master thesis 2021
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Sigurđsson, Sigurdsson (author)
In this thesis, I make a comparison of two quantum algorithms for solving systems of linear equations. The two approaches are tested using both simulations of quantum processes and simulations of noisy intermediary-scale quantum computers, i.e., NISQ. Both methods are tested on the same problems to compare sensitivity and runtime efficiency,...
master thesis 2021
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Bouma, Jort (author)
In this work we investigate neural networks and subsequently physics-informed neural networks. Physicsinformed neural networks are away to solve physical models that are based on differential equations by using a neural network. The wave equation, Burgers’ equation, Euler’s equation, and the ideal magnetohydrodynamic equations are introduced and...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Budko, Ariena (author)
In this paper the research behind the parallelization on the GPU of the time parallel time integration method Parareal. Firstly, the theory behind Parareal and its convergence theorems will be detailed. Then, two test models, the Lorenz system and Heat diffusion equation, will be introduced. Additionally, the derivation of the Forward Euler and...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Veldkamp, Susan (author)
Before making matrix calculations, it can be useful to decompose these matrices in some way, such as according to an LU-decomposition. This can save a lot of computing power and thus time. Several computer programs exist that can decompose matrices in multiple ways. However, this report answers the question of whether it is also possible to make...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Bus, J.C.P. (author)
The Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (QAOA) is one of the promising near-term algorithms designed to find approximate solutions for combinatorial optimization problems. The algorithm prepares a parametrized state that is aimed to maximize the expectation value of the objective function of the problem. The circuit for QAOA consists of p...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Babu Gheethaa, Mukkund (author)
A high-resolution hydrological solver that solves on time-adaptive grids is created. The solver uses h-refinement strategies which adapts the resolution of the grid using a posteriori measure. It is based on an open-source scientific computing library named PETSc. With the use of highly scalable time-stepping solvers provided by PETSc, an...
master thesis 2020
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Ubbens, Otmar (author)
With the rapid development of Quantum Computers (QC) and QC Simulators, there will be an increased demand for functioning Quantum Algorithms in the near future. Some of the most ubiquitously useful algorithms are solvers for linear systems of equations. Since the conception of the Quantum Linear Solver Algorithm (QLSA) by Harrow, Hassidim and...
bachelor thesis 2019
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David, K. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Janssen, S.R. (author)
Double degree. Supervision of the thesis also at: Faculty Applied Mathematics, Department Numerical Analysis, Programme M.Sc. Applied Mathematics. Structure-preserving discretization techniques preserve fundamental structure of operators and operands found in partial differential equations. Classical discretization techniques sometimes neglect...
master thesis 2016
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Tielen, R.P.W.M. (author)
The material point method (MPM) is a meshfree mixed Lagrangian-Eulerian method which utilizes moving Lagrangian material points that store physical properties of a deforming continuum and a fixed Eulerian finite elementmesh to solve the equations of motion for individual time steps. MPM proved to be successful in simulating mechanical problems...
master thesis 2016
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Maljaars, J.M. (author)
Hybrid particle-mesh methods attempt to combine the advantages of Eulerian and Lagrangian methods: Lagrangian particles are used for the advection, whereas a Eulerian background grid is used for computing the particle interactions. Such a hybrid approach is expected to have several benefits when simulating flows involving free surfaces or...
master thesis 2016
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Hinz, J.P. (author)
In my thesis I present a numerical scheme to tackle the Gray-Scott Reaction-Diffusion Model for Human Brain Development. The numerical scheme is based on the principles of Isogeometric Analysis and a number of simulations are given in the report.
master thesis 2016
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Altmann, K. (author)
In recent years, the use of differential equations in connection with algebraic constraints on the variables has become a widely accepted tool for modeling the dynamical behaviour of physical processes. Compared to ordinary differential equations (ODEs), it has been observed that a number of difficulties can arise when numerical methods are used...
master thesis 2015
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Toussaint, M.A. (author)
The polytropic model to describe air expansion, has been used for years to describe the behavior of surge vessels. In this thesis the alternative to describe this behavior, the Rational Heat Transfer (RHT) equation developed by Graze (1968), is extended with an estimation of all heat terms in surge vessels. The RHT model is compared to the poly-...
bachelor thesis 2015
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