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Chitchian, M.M. (author)
The particle filter is a Bayesian estimation technique based on Monte Carlo simulations. The non-parametric nature of particle filters makes them ideal for non-linear non-Gaussian systems. This greater filtering accuracy, however, comes at the price of increased computational complexity which limits their practical use for real-time applications...
master thesis 2011
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Phull, R. (author)
High speed feature point detection and tracking is very demanding for many realtime computer vision applications. In existing work, the commonly used feature point detection algorithms like Harris and KLT (Kanade-Lucas-Tomasi) and feature tracking algorithm (Pyramidal-KLT) were redesigned to increase the performance by reducing the algorithmic...
master thesis 2010
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Elangovan, V. (author)
With the current advances in bone imaging and progress in numerical techniques, the micro structural Finite Element analysis (FEM) of human bone for stiffness and strength assessment for individual fracture risk prediction, with a massive potential for parallelism as become a signi?cant candidate for investigation in the current multicore...
master thesis 2009
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Van den Berg, A.M. (author)
Nowadays, the World Wide Web is becoming more and more an interactive and social platform than just a means to find information. This is called the Web 2.0. Quite new in the World Wide Web are widgets; small applications that use a little area of a website and displays something specific, often making use of a Web 2.0 application to get its...
master thesis 2009
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Goel, N. (author)
Traditionally embedded applications were limited to dedicated hardware with limited functionalities controlled by a microcontroller. With the advancement of technology and the rising needs embedded applications now run on Consumer off the shelf (COTS) products. Using general-purpose operating systems makes the development cycle for these...
master thesis 2009
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Anoep, S.D. (author)
Grid computing promises large scale computing facilities based on distributed systems. Much research has been done on the subject of increasing the performance of grids. We believe that an adequate performance analysis of grids requires knowledge of the workload and the architecture of the grid. Currently, researchers assume that grids are...
master thesis 2008
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Petrocco, R. (author)
The Internet has become in the last years more and more a means of conveyance for multimedia delivering. Many solutions have been proposed to gain high quality of service for video on demand in client-server environments, with adaptive algorithms that adjust the bit-rate of a video stream depending on the clients available bandwidth. Providing...
master thesis 2008
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Schoon, P.B. (author)
Peer-to-peer technology has produced thriving communities in which peers contribute bandwidth to each other. However, when free riding occurs, these communities will not be able to sustain themselves without incentives to enforce this contribution. This thesis presents Supervised Teaming, a peer-to-peer transfer protocol that gives uploading...
master thesis 2008
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