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Zhang, Yifan (author)
Saxophone is a musical instrument that tends to be out of tune. I have invented an automatic tuning saxophone mouthpiece that can help saxophonists play in tune by correcting their notes' frequencies in real time during performances using a stepper motor.
master thesis 2024
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Huang, Ruoyu (author)
Internet of Things (IoT) devices regularly process sensitive data, including personal information. Therefore, ensuring their security is crucial to avoid damage and prevent data breaches. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is generally regarded as one of the most popular cryptographic algorithms for ensuring data security. Typical...
master thesis 2023
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Lung, Stefan (author)
Rowhammer is a security exploit used to cause bit errors DRAM chips. Newer DRAM technologies are becoming more vulnerable to rowhammer attacks, and existing protec- tion methods are starting to reach their limits. This thesis provides methods for DRAM characterization by means of reverse engineering, an in-depth analysis of vulnerable cells...
master thesis 2023
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de Beer, Arne (author)
This paper presents a study focused on developing an efficient signal processing pipeline and identifying suitable machine learning models for real-time gesture recognition using a testbed consisting of an Arduino Nano 33 BLE and three OPT101 photodiodes. Our research aims to address the challenges of limited computational power whilst...
bachelor thesis 2023
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van den Broek, Sem (author)
Visible light sensing is a field of research that creates new possibilities for human-computer interaction. This research shows the viability of designing a system for detecting hand gestures using a cost-effective detection circuit employing 3 light-sensitive photodiodes. The way this research shows viability is by developing a machine-learning...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Smit, Winstijn (author)
Touchless interaction with computers has become more important in recent years, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.<br/>Applications include situations where touch input is not possible or not desirable, e.g. for hygienic purposes in a public setting or a medical setting.<br/>Practical examples for touchless interaction include...
bachelor thesis 2023
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van de Linde, Gijs (author)
This paper describes the feasibility of digit detection using three photodiodes and an Arduino Nano 33 BLE. This is done using a controlled lighting condition, using a bright lamp. It dives into the process of data collection, preprocessing and model selection for a recurrent neural network to do the classification of gestures into digits. Using...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Pegels, Sven (author)
The current state of teleoperation in Tactile Internet faces the problem of limited operating distance. To circumvent this limitation, a setup has been proposed which provides Ultra-Low Latency feedback to the operator from a local simulation of the remote environment. To be able to accurately simulate the remote environment and the objects...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Carton, Pieter (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) is a networking paradigm with the goal of allowing for transfer of skill by transmitting haptic feedback. Accurate haptic feedback requires Ultra Low Latency (ULL), which severely limits the distance over which TI can be used. To address the ULL requirement, a local model can be used to generate haptics. For accurate haptic...
bachelor thesis 2023
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van der Steenhoven, Thom (author)
This thesis has studied an oversight in the scientific literature on Wi-Fi 6 modelling and attempts to quantify the prevalence and effect of this omission. <br/>This effect was dubbed the ”backoff reset” and roughly means that a device connected to a Wi-Fi 6 network that recently received the green-light to send from the access point and, as...
master thesis 2023
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de Laat, Willem (author)
The need to receive and process higher data rates in computer clusters is an ever-increasing trend. This also applies to radio-astronomic systems, which have become more distributed over the past decades, increasing data traffic between antennas and processing facilities. At the antenna, Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) digitise the radio...
master thesis 2022
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Mayer, Tamás (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) is the next step in the evolution of our digital communication. It will extend the conventional audiovisual interaction by enabling the users to convey the sense of touch over vast distances in real time. The potential to transfer haptic (touch) information will have a significant impact on many industries as well as on...
master thesis 2022
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Gupta, Akshit (author)
Urban forests and vegetation are fundamental for developing resilient cities. Thus, the effective management and protection of urban trees and greenery are essential. Nowadays, urban trees are experiencing atypical amount of natural and human-induced stresses which affects their functionality, productivity and survival. The current methods for...
master thesis 2022
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Graafmans, Roy (author)
Virtual private networks are often used to secure communication between two hosts and preserve privacy by tunneling all traffic over a single encrypted channel. Previous work has already shown that metadata of different secured channels can be used to fingerprint various kinds of information. In this work, we will dive into the encrypted tunnels...
master thesis 2021
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Satis, Kanya (author)
2.5D shape display is a recent idea in the market that emerged as a platform of interaction between a computer and human. 2.5D shape display is essentially a grid-like matrix consisting of actuators and pins moving up and down in vertical motion to create pseudo-3D images. Focused as a visual display in some applications and as a medium of input...
master thesis 2020
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Shah, Himanshu (author)
Delirium occurs in upto 80% of the ICU patients and is one of the most common source of morbidity and mortality in the ICU. Inattention is one of the core features of delirium and affects 97% - 100% of the delirium patients. This indicates that attention can be a good parameter for detecting delirium. In literature, it has been found that the...
master thesis 2019
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Managundi, Kavya (author)
Locating people inside buildings is still an unsolved problem. There is a lot<br/>of research going on in this field and many different solutions using different<br/>techniques have been proposed. However, there is no widely accepted indoor<br/>localization solution like how GPS is for outdoor localization due to less accuracy, higher hardware...
master thesis 2019
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van der Veen, Niels (author)
Lighting design is a computational expensive task, commonly done using Computer-aided design (CAD) software in a virtual scene. The designer places and tunes the virtual light sources and, yet the virtual environment is ideal for physically correct light tracing, the costly simulation might not provide the desired impression in the real scene....
master thesis 2018
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Fragkeskos, Kyriakos (author)
With the growing number of scientific publications, the concept<br/>of navigating effectively and searching for domain specific information<br/>is rather significant and highly important for the scientific<br/>community [2]. For instance, to search by topics, research methods,<br/>used datasets, or scientific objectives. Such deep meta-data...
master thesis 2017
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