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Hoenderboom, Thijmen (author), Hendrikson, Ivar (author)
A swarm at its most basic description consists of multiple individuals all performing actions based on their immediate surroundings. The challenge for robotics is creating a control algorithm that processes these surroundings and takes appropriate actions as a consequence. The focus of this document is the bird flocking algorithm. For this...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Baars, Thomas (author)
A problem faced by Tactile Internet (TI) is the distance limitation. A possible solution is to create a simulation of the remote environment, such that the delay experienced by a human operator is reduced. However, to obtain a model of the remote environment, before the user interacts with it, we need to be able to estimate the physical...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Yang, Haocheng (author)
Tactile internet enables communication in a new layer of immersion, touch. It has the potential to transform the landscape of digital communication. However, the achievable scale of tactile internet is severely limited by its 1 ms round-trip latency. We propose a workaround for the latency through tactile simulation, which can bypass the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Buijs, Teun (author)
The tactile internet can be described as the next step of the internet. It can empower people, adding physical interactions to what normally is just an audiovisual experience.<br/>It however does need ultra-low latency. <br/>A solution to having delays can be found in environment simulation.<br/>This paper describes a way to find the correct...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Deaconu, Sebastian (author)
This paper analyzes how flocking behavior in fish can be used to develop target protection algorithms. This starts from the hypothesis that fish aggregate into coordinated flocks in order to protect themselves from predatory attacks. In order to test the protection capabilities of fish, a Prey-Predator instance is developed in which faults are...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Stuijt Giacaman, Willem (author)
We can see and we can hear through the internet, but not yet touch. Tactile Internet (TI) is the paradigm that will enable the transmission of tactile feedback through the internet. TI requires Ultra Low Latency (ULL) networking to prevent desynchronization. Reaching the ULL requirements for medium to long distances is not possible without...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Van Acoleyen, Neil (author)
As technology evolves, transmission speeds become faster. Tactile Internet requires ultra-low-latency (ULL) communications to further immerse humans in a remote environment by transmitting movement and force feedback, allowing them to interact with that environment in real-time. However, no transmission speed can be fast enough to support the "1...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Ali, Suleyman (author)
A majority of existing single-anchor localization algorithms make use of antenna arrays or special antenna systems. However, the need for specialized antenna systems incurs higher costs, complexity and power consumption. This paper presents a novel single-anchor localization algorithm, which does not require antenna arrays or special antennas....
bachelor thesis 2022
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Gökbulut, Mert (author)
One of the key problems of swarm robotics is how the mobile robots can navigate accurately in a given environment. To achieve this, the mobile robots need to accurately determine where they are globally, or relative to other robots and landmarks. This paper is going to be an investigation of the Monte Carlo Localization algorithm in an...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Coppens, Stijn (author)
Robotic swarms provide a great many uses within a world increasingly relying on autonomous systems. Alas these swarms are also very vulnerable to faults, even the smallest fault can cripple the performance of a whole swarm. Such a fault could be one of several types; those that have to do with sensors, communication, ... This paper will try to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Lupău, Cătălin (author)
In this paper, we explore the creation of control algorithms for swarms of robots playing the role of either predator or prey in an environment filled with static obstacles. The paper devel- ops on a famous flock simulation model proposed by Craig Reynolds called boids. The paper analyzes a zero-sum game situation, in which one swarm of robots,...
bachelor thesis 2022
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van Uffelen, Jeroen (author), de Kroon, Lars (author)
Robot swarming has been done for quite some years now. However, creating a very large swarm can become very difficult, since the networking becomes complex. With small swarms, a robot can broadcast information, or a central node can coordinate the robots. However, when a swarm becomes very large, these techniques fall short. Broadcasting all...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Peelen, Koen (author)
The field of Tactile Internet (TI) is transporting physical interactions over vast distances as if they were near. This teleoperation method increases the quality of tele-engineering, telesurgery and many other fields. However, it requires the strict end to end latency constraints of a few ms, which is still out of reach. This thesis looks at...
master thesis 2022
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Sharma, Suryansh (author)
master thesis 2020
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Verburg, Joseph (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) is, the next frontier of connectivity development wherenot only information but interaction can be exchanged digitally. Much effort in the field of TI has been spent towards developing the necessary technologies needed to transmit interactions over the internet in a naturally perceivedway. However not much has been done on...
master thesis 2019
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Al-Rahbi, Mohammed (author)
Human Activity Recognition (HAR) is a key enabler of various applications, including smart homes, health care, Internet of Things (IoT), and virtual reality games. A large number of HAR systems are based on wearable sensors and computer vision. However, a challenge that has emerged in the last few years entails recognizing human activities using...
master thesis 2019
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Manjappa, Renukaprasad (author)
Estimating the number of people in a given area and knowing their positions open up numerous possibilities for a variety of smart data driven applications. Most of the existing systems either require active participation from people in the crowd or are too expensive to be deployed. The exponentially increasing adoption of smartphones by people...
master thesis 2017
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Moreira Cardoso, L.A. (author)
Studies have shown that fresh water is getting scarcer worldwide day by day. Most of the fresh water is being wasted on land fields for irrigation. Farmers waste so much fresh water, when watering their crops. To conserve water, measurements need to be done efficiently. However, soil moisture sensors currently available on the market are quite...
master thesis 2017
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Kouvelas, N. (author)
The advances of the information and communication technology (ICT) brought changes in the energy distribution domain, introducing the Smart Grid (SG). In SG, generators, distributors, and consumers communicate in a bidirectional way. SGs are envisaged to include micro-grids (MG) consisting of distributed control networks of consumers, prosumers,...
master thesis 2017
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De Moes, A.F.A. (author)
Travelling through airports can be quite a stressful experience for passengers. Airlines, such as KLM, want to make the journey of their passengers through airports as comfortable as possible. This thesis proposes an indoor localization system for airlines called AirLoc. The research question was: "Which airport specific indoor localization...
master thesis 2017
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