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van der Wal, R. (author), Kuipers, M.E. (author), Miljak, L. (author), de Vries, J.N. (author)
Robots play an increasingly large role in society and some material already exists that allows children to program robots in elementary school. However, this material often neglects the interactive capabilities of modern robots. The aim of this project is to teach children how to write interactive programs for a robot. For this purpose, a NAO...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Alecci, J. (author)
Extreme weather conditions seem to occur stronger and more frequently due to climate change. Very expensive technology is used to predict them, which results problematic when they have to be used in less developed countries. An alternative could be to employ digital sensors, such as phone cameras or existing webcam infrastructures, widely...
master thesis 2017
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Bertoluzzo, E. (author)
What does it mean to be Reactive? The concept of Reactive Programming has gained much traction in the last few years as a paradigm well-suited for the development of asynchronous event-driven applications. Unfortunately, Reactive Programming has been at the center of much discussion, if not confusion, with regards to its definition, properties...
master thesis 2017
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Mouzos, L. (author)
In recent years, cheap sequencing has resulted in hundreds or thousands of individual genomes available for many species. Therefore, it is logical to rethink the concept of the reference genome; as consisting of a population of genomes rather than being a single one. The term pan-genome describes a population of genomes of the same species or a...
master thesis 2017
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Putra Pratama Hartono, A. (author)
One of the cause of slow download speed in the BitTorrent community is the existence of freeriders. The credit system, as one of the most widely implemented incentive mechanisms, is designed to tackle this issue. However, in some cases, gaining credit efficiently is difficult. Moreover, the supply and demand misalignment in swarms can result in...
master thesis 2017
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Nayak, M. (author)
Augmented reality has been studied as a navigational aid in the maritime sector. Little research was found on its value for simulation-based training. From a broad perspective, the research examined the potential of augmented reality for training purposes. Specifically, we studied the feasibility of learning ship manoeuvring. A crossover study...
master thesis 2017
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Akchich, M. (author), Dumasy, S. (author), Los, B. (author), Overklift, T. (author)
bachelor thesis 2017
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Psychoula, I. (author)
The number of people affected by dementia is expected to rise to 135.5 million people over the course of the next two decades. Awaiting the discovery of a treatment able to cure dementia, current treatments focus on improving the social, physical, and emotional well-being of people with dementia. This thesis project aims to contribute to the...
master thesis 2016
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Swastanto, B.A. (author)
Long-term time series forecasting has found many utilities in various domains. Nevertheless, it remains difficult to perform by many existing methods. One of the most well-known forecasting techniques, the ARIMA, does not suffice the long-term forecasting task due to the mean convergence problem. Therefore, this research empirically assesses the...
master thesis 2016
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Kreuk, L.I. (author), van den Berg, R.J.C. (author), Hammudoglu, J.S. (author)
Currently, after a traffic accident happens and the police arrive at the scene it takes some time for them to gather the necessary evidence. This means that the road is closed for quite some time. To speed this up our client Geodelta has developed Raida. The idea is that the police will take photos of the area using a calibrated DSLR camera....
bachelor thesis 2016
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Manenschijn, J.W. (author), Schipper, D.C. (author)
Currently, the mapping of a greenhouse is done by hand, rendering it cost and time intensive. A drone could optimise this process by autonomously mapping the greenhouse. Moreover, data such as imaging, humidity and temperature could be collected by the drone whilst navigating in a greenhouse. This data proves to be insightful for the...
bachelor thesis 2016
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Kreynen, B.L.L. (author), Olieman, C. (author), van Doorn, F.A. (author), Spanoghe, M. (author)
For our bachelor project we have been using machine learning to predict account balances for a large Dutch bank holding company. The company’s main interest is the integration of machine learning techniques in their systems. To enable this we have been asked to develop a product to predict account balances for the clients of associated banks....
bachelor thesis 2016
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Rouvoet, A.J. (author)
Implicit resolution has been part of the Scala language for a while, but the formal system it constitutes and its properties have not been formalized. Oliveira et al. were the first to formalize a calculus of implicits λ⇒ based on the ideas of implicits in Scala. We propose a stronger calculus λS⇒ , extending their results and closing the gap...
master thesis 2016
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Krause, M. (author)
When information systems managed by different organizations are integrated, the different parties often must collaborate to define a migration system that transforms the data from one data model to the other. Such a migration step is a common source of system failures. We present a migration language to define transformation definitions for real...
master thesis 2016
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Wang, F. (author)
A content based image retrieval system directly accepts image(s) as input, and returns similar images to the user. The key step in the searching process for a content based image retrieval system is calculating the similarities between the query image and the images in the database, follow by generating a ranked list based on the similarities....
master thesis 2016
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Rekha, S. (author)
Registration between histology and ex-vivo Full Field Optical Coherence Tomography (FF-OCT) can help in many clinical applications including identifying surgical margin in a tumour tissue during intra-operative pathological diagnosis, quantifying features in FF-OCT for diagnosis and reduction of tissue processing time. In this work, we present a...
master thesis 2016
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Van Antwerpen, H. (author)
Recently scope graphs were introduced as a formalism to specify the name binding structure of a program and do name resolution independent of the abstract syntax tree of a program. In this thesis we show how to use a constraint language based on scope graphs to do static analysis of programs. We do this by extracting constraints from a program,...
master thesis 2016
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Rúnarsson, K. (author)
A photomosaic is an image that is divided into a grid of rectangular cells, each of which is replaced with another image that resembles the cell section of the input image. Animated photomosaics extend the previous technique of photomosaics to resemble a video instead of an image. Limited research exists on animated photomosaics and the existing...
master thesis 2015
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Bjarnason, M.S. (author)
Non-player characters, or agents, in video games have not advanced at the same pace as computer graphics. Newer games have become more aesthetically pleasing and game worlds have grown in size and detail, but the agents living in them are often perceived as stupid and predictable by players. Enriching these agents with emotional capabilities is...
master thesis 2015
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De Graaf, M.C. (author), Sparreboom, J. (author)
This Bachelor Thesis took place as part of the Bachelor Computer Science at Delft University of Technology. This report describes a project issued by the Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Robot-Assisted Disaster Response (TRADR) consortium. During this project, the team worked on creating a user interface for use in human-robot teams during...
bachelor thesis 2015
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