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Wiersma, Myrthe (author)
Ultrafast ultrasound localization microscopy (ULM) is a super-resolved vascular imaging method that provides a 10-fold improvement in resolution compared to ultrafast ultrasound Doppler imaging. Because typical ULM acquisitions accumulate large numbers of synthetic microbubble (MB) tracks over hundreds of cardiac cycles, transient hemodynamic...
master thesis 2022
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Sathyanarayanan, Mahalakshmi (author)
General anesthesia (GA) is an important medical procedure that induces unconsciousness to patients during surgery. Consciousness is a salient feature of the brain, whose neurophysiological features are difficult to be distinguished from unconsciousness. Though it can be defined as an event arising due to interactions in the nervous system, it...
master thesis 2021
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Bonekamp, Jorge (author)
Specular light reflections are the mirror-like reflections from a material interface. They appear in the observation of any illuminated surface. Specular reflections can be set apart from the diffuse reflection type, which has a random distribution of reflection directions. The radiance of the specular reflected light is governed by the Fresnel...
master thesis 2021
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van den Heuvel, Stefan (author)
Inertial measurement units (IMUs) are getting more and more incorporated into our lives due to their improving accuracy, lower cost and smaller sizes. Applications for inertial-based orientation estimation can already be found in the field of computer vision, aerospace engineering, robotics, navigation, biomechanics, health monitoring and sports...
master thesis 2021
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Ling, Chenyang (author)
Nowadays, video surveillance and motion detection system are widely used in various environments. With the relatively low-price cameras and highly automated monitoring system, video and image analysis on road, highway and skies becomes realistic. The key process in the analysis is to separate the useful information such as moving foreground...
master thesis 2020
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Cavallo, Gaia (author)
Human joint admittance changes with numerous factors constituting the operational point. For large changes of the operational point, joint admittance can be identified using Linear Time-Varying methods on torque and angular<br/>position signals measured on human joints. Out of the available methods, the Skirt Decomposition method was selected...
master thesis 2017
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