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Maan, Gijsbert (author)
Haptic bilateral teleoperation is a concept where operators can feel, interact with and manipulate objects in a remote environment. The latency, often introduced by a network over a long distance, on force feedback poses a problem when trying to interact with objects. Model mediated teleoperation tries to mitigate this latency, but introduces...
master thesis 2024
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Enting, Marnix (author)
Neural Radiance Fields (NeRFs) have showcased remarkable effectiveness in capturing complex 3D scenes and synthesizing novel viewpoints. By inherently capturing the entire scene in a compact representation, they offer a promising avenue for applications such as simulators, where efficient storage of real-world data, fast rendering and dynamic...
master thesis 2024
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Haarman, Luuk (author)
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) benefit from fine-grained details in high-resolution images, but these images are not always easily available as data collection can be expensive or time-consuming. Transfer learning pre-trains models on data from a related domain before fine-tuning on the main domain, and is a common strategy to deal with...
master thesis 2023
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Craenen, Marijn (author)
The Tactile Internet (TI) is a new paradigm for remote interactions, enabling the transmission of touch and physical sensations. One of the major challenges in achieving seamless remote interactions is latency. To circumvent strict latency requirements, the paper briefly introduces the approach of a Model Mediated Teleoperation scheme utilizing...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Driessen, Nienke (author)
Creating a local model of a remote environment is a way to reduce latency in tactile internet. This local model contains properties that are estimated by a nonintrusive estimation method. To prevent the model from deviating increasingly from reality, the estimates should be updated once an interaction begins. This research paper investigates how...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Chen, Yue (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) is a pioneering network paradigm that aims to communicate haptic feedback with ultra-low latency. It will enable new ways for us to interact with remote environments, such as transferring skills over the network and controlling remote objects. One crucial component of this framework is the ability to track the position and...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Snijder, Koen (author)
The Tactile Internet (TI) aims to expand seamless interaction over the Internet by providing a new form of interaction through touch by providing haptic feedback. To realize this, the TI is limited by a round-trip latency of 1-10 ms, meaning that the TI is limited by a physical distance of 1500 km. A workaround to this requirement is the...
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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Böhm, Dennis (author)
With a 5-year survival rate of only 9%, pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest types of cancer. Among other things, this is caused by the extreme difficulty of diagnosing recurrent pancreatic cancer in an early stage. One of the important next steps in discovering pancreatic cancer automatically on a CT scan is finding healthy pancreatic...
master thesis 2023
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El Coudi El Amrani, Nafie (author)
Neural Radiance Fields (NeRFs) have demonstrated remarkable capabilities in photo-realistic 3D reconstruction. NeRFs often take as input posed images where the camera poses come from either off-the-shelf S\textit{f}M or online optimization together with NeRFs. However, we find that both strategies yield suboptimal results in recovering camera...
master thesis 2023
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Blokland, Erik (author)
This thesis was written in during my internship at Adyen as the final project of the Master’s program in Computer Science at the TU Delft. In my Bachelor’s thesis, I compared the energy consumption of three Android UI frameworks, and I chose to continue working on the subject of energy consumption on Android as it is relevant both to Adyen and...
master thesis 2023
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van Berlo, Kilian (author)
Humans interact more and more at a distance these days. Where currently, this interaction is mainly visual and auditory, Tactile Internet (TI) also allows for remote kinesthetic interactions. With the devel- opment of TI, a paradigm shift is on the horizon where the current internet evolves from content delivery to a skill-set delivery network....
master thesis 2022
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Zaidi, Amir (author)
In the field of computer vision, the difficulty of processing the illumination in an arbitrary scene creates complications for a machine's understanding of the scene. Computer vision algorithms commonly use input images acquired by a camera, where the only measured quantity is the amount of light the camera's sensor receives without any...
master thesis 2022
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Palakodeti, Anitej (author)
Generating synthetic images has wide applications in several fields such as creating datasets for machine learning or using these images to investigate the behaviour of machine learning models. An essential requirement when generating images is to control aspects such as the entities or objects in the image. Controlling this helps in creating...
master thesis 2022
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Rubio Bizcaino, Andrzej (author)
This paper aims to define the broad concept of fairness and investigate how it can be measured, especially considering fairness in automated negotiations. The report relies on the work on fairness issues that have been derived from the research of C. Albin [1]. Firstly, the paper elaborates on different fairness metrics from the literature...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Blagoev, Nikolay (author)
As automated negotiating agents become more and more part of our daily life, additional care needs to be taken that the agents can negotiate fairly. Humans each have their own intrinsic view on fairness, which affects the negotiation processes and the degree to which the outcome is viewed as satisfactory. However, most current agents are built...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Trestioreanu, Ilinca (author)
Is there a way to incorporate fairness in the opponent modeling component of an automated agent? Since opponent modeling plays an important role in a negotiation strategy, it is reasonable to research how fairness can be integrated into this component, as it influences the outcome of the negotiation. A first step towards finding an answer to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Ouwerkerk, Nick (author)
In this paper, the unintended consequences, also named edge cases in this paper, of integrating fairness into the automated negotiation process are researched. By finding these unintended consequences, we can deal with them accordingly or avoid them, as to not cause any problems with our fairness metric that might make our negotiation process...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Cochavi, Zohar (author)
The field of automated negotiation promises to improve negotiations, thus, a fair outcome and process should also be considered when building these systems. However, issues exist with computational approaches to fairness with which the field of computer science is mainly concerned. To this end, we propose a new approach to fairness based on that...
bachelor thesis 2022
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