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Spaargaren, Wim (author)
Systematic literature reviews in software engineering as well as other disciplines, serve as the foundation for sound scientific research. The aim for these literature reviews is to aggregate all existing knowledge on a research problem and produce informed guidelines for practitioners. This enables practitioners to apply appropriate software...
master thesis 2020
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López Cañizares, Janko (author)
Recently, there is a growing need to address the investment gap in renewable energy by attracting non-institutional investors that have investment preferences better suited for the energy transition. Crowdfinancing is a promising alternative, as it allows for increased innovation, more sustainable development and reduced community risks and is...
master thesis 2020
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Olsthoorn, Mitchell (author)
For decades the idea of re-usable software has been seen as the holy grail of software development. But up until recently, there was more discussion about software re-use than actual software re-use. Even though most software uses the same blocks of code over and over again, almost all software is built from the ground up. Today, this situation...
master thesis 2020
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Tavakkoli, Maryam (author)
With the increased availability and affordability of miniature computing devices,<br/>such as sensors, the era of Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived. Meanwhile, the developments of the cellular mobile technologies and emerge of 5G accelerated the adoption of IoT scenarios within mobile networks. Rapid growth in the number of IoT devices has...
master thesis 2019
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Rijnders, Bart (author)
The performance of gun and rocket propellants, which consist of energetic materials, is largely determined by their geometry and composition. Con- ventional production methods limit the performance by putting constraints on both. With additive manufacturing, or 3D-printing, there are signi- cantly fewer geometry constraints and together with the...
master thesis 2019
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van den Bercken, Laurens (author)
Health literacy, i.e. the ability to read and understand medical text, is a relevant component of public health. Unfortunately, many medical texts are hard to grasp by the general population as they are targeted at highly-skilled health professionals and use complex language and domain-specific terms. Here, automatic text simplification making...
master thesis 2019
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Verhaert, Danilo (author)
Tock is an embedded operating system that can run multiple concurrent, mutually distrustful processes, concurrently. Tock is written in Rust, a novel system programming language enforcing type safety at compile-time, and takes advantage of Rust's strong safety features. However, since Tock allows user-level applications to be written in any...
master thesis 2018
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Hegeman, Tim (author)
Big data, the large-scale collection and analysis of data, has become ubiquitous in the modern, digital society. Within the big data landscape, graphs are widely used to study collections of entities and the complex relationships that connect them. The analysis of graphs has applications in social networks, logistics, finance, bioinformatics,...
master thesis 2018
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Kyprianou, Christos (author)
In this document we present an in-depth vulnerability assessment of the HSBC banking system. Going beyond prior work, we investigate the full stack down to the Java bytecode level and further analyze its 3 key platforms: Android OS, IOSand online banking. During the process we analyze their main security feature,OTP generation algorithm and...
master thesis 2018
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