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Nguyen, T.P.K. (author)
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is a mathematical instrument beneficial for its dimension reduction whilst keeping the most important data. Due to its advantages, PCA is chosen to handle a substantial amount of data. In this thesis two questions are answered: what variables influence a pupil's attainment test score using linear regression and...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Rutten, Jurriaan (author)
In this report we investigate the spread of the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) using mathematical models. We start with a simplified model consisting of a system of three ordinary differential equations and expand it more and more to try to simulate reality. We use Python’s odeint function to solve these systems numerically. Because a fraction of...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Braas, Ruben (author)
Knowledge of particle deposition is important in clinical settings or when discussing environmental effects of aerosols on humans.<br/>Particle deposition in the human respiratory tract is determined by breathing patterns and lung morphology, as well as particle properties and deposition mechanisms.<br/>In this study we develop a 1-dimensional...
bachelor thesis 2020
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van Tegelen, E. (author)
Cholera is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Infections can occur directly via contact with infected people, but also indirectly via infected water. Because of these direct, but especially indirect infections, it is useful to investigate the spread of the disease using mathematical epidemic models. In this report a...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Lokin, Felix (author)
In dit verslag beschrijven we met behulp van een wiskundig model hoe een malaria infectie zich ontwikkelt in een persoon. We gebruiken hiervoor een stelsel van gewone differentiaalvergelijkingen, wat beschreven wordt in een artikel van Mary Bushman. Hierbij volgen we veranderingen in verschillende aantallen die een rol spelen bij een infectie,...
bachelor thesis 2020
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van Embden, M.J. (author)
bachelor thesis 2017
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Nguyen, B.-V. (author)
De Scheduled Relaxation Jacobi (SRJ) methode is een toepassing van de Jacobi methode met relaxatiegewichten. De relaxatiegewichten worden gebruikt in een iteratie cyclus. Daarnaast zijn de relaxatiegewichten zodanig gekozen, dat het optimaal werkt voor de Laplace vergelijking. Met de SRJ methode is het gelukt om de Jacobi methode 100x sneller te...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Peterse, J.G.P.M.M. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Fennis, F. (author)
Double Master of Science in Hydraulic Engineering (Civil Engineering and Geosciences) and Applied Mathematics (Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science) - It is of importance to know how the water is behaving in rivers due to the dangers, such as flooding and eroding of land, it can bring with it. Present day we are still...
master thesis 2016
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Ying, Y.K. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Filipovic, A.G. (author)
Bachelor project part of the double degree bachelor in mathematics and physics. Calculating the temperature field in the presence of vegetation has many practical applications, such as the study of urban heat islands, but much research still needs to be done in this field of study. The objective of this paper is to describe and test a model,...
bachelor thesis 2016
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van Zon, M.A. (author)
Bachelor project part of the double degree bachelor in mathematics and physics. Physical phenomena tend to be difficult to simulate using mathematical models. Part of the problem lies in the fact that accurate simulations rely heavily on (limited) computational power. In order to speed up this process, new numerical methods are derived. One of...
bachelor thesis 2016
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De Looij, H.R. (author)
The CONTACT software is capable of analyzing contact problems between two objects. In this thesis, we will show how CONTACT can be used for time-dependent contact problems. An algorithm will be designed which is capable of computing the deformation that occurs as the result of a train moving over a bridge.
master thesis 2015
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De Looij, H.R. (author)
The CONTACT software is capable of analyzing contact problems between two objects. In this thesis, we will show how CONTACT can be used for time-dependent contact problems. An algorithm will be designed which is capable of computing the deformation that occurs as the result of a train moving over a bridge.
master thesis 2015
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Wafula, J.B. (author)
Many software systems are designed to be long-lived due to the costs involved in developing new systems. Changes in these systems are inevitable due to constant modifications in requirements that are necessitated by the constantly changing nature of the business environment or detection of faults.To adapt their software to all these changing...
master thesis 2015
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Koop, L. (author)
A back transformation of a linear transmission line cochlea model was developed giving rise to a new method to simulate hearing loss. To make the back transformation possible an energy reflection problem was corrected in the model of the cochlea. An inverse filter, digital signal processing, approach in the frequency domain is used for the back...
master thesis 2015
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Van Tol, L.J.M. (author)
This thesis deals with pricing options on natural gas under a regime-switching model. First of all, a regime-switching model for natural gas is considered. Hereafter, historical gasdata are examined to find a model which fits the data. Next, a system of PDE's is derived in order to price an option under the regime-switching model. Finally,...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Mieremet, M.M.J. (author)
In the field of geotechnical engineering, the study of numerous processes such as pile installation requires to model large deformation of soil. Soil is an assembly of solid particles whose pore volume is filled with water or air. Its deformation mainly depends on the highly non-linear stress-strain behaviour of the soil skeleton. In case of the...
master thesis 2015
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Lindenberg, K. (author)
A number of severe entry-exit combinations is selected, to investigate whether or not all possible future gas transport situations through the gas transport network of Gasunie Transport Services can be met. These severe entry-exit combinations are selected, such that if the transport capacity is manageable regarding the pipeline network for...
master thesis 2015
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