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Oostendorp, M.G.C. (author)
In deze Bachelorscriptie bestuderen we een integraaltransformatie welke een generalisatie is van de Fouriertransformatie, deze integraaltransformatie wordt de Hankeltransformatie genoemd. Allereerst bestuderen we de symmetrische variant waarna we overstappen op de niet-symmetrische Hankeltransformatie. We gaan de niet-symmetrische...
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de Vries, M.M. (author)
We start our introduction to DNA matching with the direct match case: we find DNA at a crime scene and find a direct match with a member of our database. To measure the strength of our case against the match, we use likelihoodratios. We differentiate between two different situations: the probable cause case, where we already suspect our match and...
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Wensing, I. (author)
Nowadays around 50% of all patients diagnosed with cancer are treated with radiotherapy. Radiotherapy uses ionizing beams to irradiate the tumour. This radiation damages and destroys cells, such that it is impossible for this cell to grow and divide. When the tumour is irradiated, the surrounding healthy tissues gets damaged as well. The goal is...
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van Furth, G. (author)
When a patient is diagnosed with cancer, a number of treatments is possible. About half of these patients is treated with radiotherapy. This is a multi-disciplinary field of research, where mathematics, physics and medicine come together. In this thesis the focus will lie on prostate cancer. One of the main problems with this type of cancer is...
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Kirana, M. (author)
How disastrous would it be if a flood occurred in your country? Or a Tsunami, earthquake etc... The events above are considered to be 'extreme'. When such phenomena happen the results are usually very destructive, but the probability that such an extreme event occurs is of course very small and might not even occur in an entire lifetime. The...
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de Gelder, M.T. (author)
In this paper the known upper and lower bounds for the Steinitz constant, found by Grinberg, Sevas'yanov, Banaszczyk, and B ar any are examined and more extensive proofs are given for those - and more general - results. Furthermore a new - optimal - lower bound for the Steinitz constant of a two dimensional l_1-normed space is given.
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van der Klein, J.G.M. (author)
In de wiskunde hebben we bij het modelleren van fysische problemen vaak te maken met randwaardeproblemen. Voor een randwaardeprobleem met een cirkel als rand en een L2- functie als randvoorwaarde, kan deze randvoorwaarde beschreven worden door een Fourierreeks. Hierdoor kan zo'n randwaardeprobleem makkelijker opgelost worden. In dit werk wordt...
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van Schetsen, A. (author)
First this paper shows several properties of commutative families. The polynomial families, which is the most simple commutative familie, will have these properties. It appears that a simultaneous to transpose commutative family of matrices is always polynomially
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Tendijck, S.H.A. (author)
The behavior of the conditional expectation of X given that X exceeds the (1-p)'th quantile, where p descends to 0, has been analyzed. Some already know that this special conditional expectation has been given the name: Expected shortfall. Under certain assumptions, a limit is derived for the expected shortfall as p decreases to 0 and from this...
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Cornelissen, A.J. (author)
In recent years, the field of quantum computation has evolved to a promising research area, with the capacity to become as important as classical programming is today. This text serves as an introduction into the field of quantum computation. The main results are a proof that any quantum circuit can be implemented using a finite set of quantum...
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de Swart, E.A. (author)
To understand the (physical) differences between species, biologist research the common ancestry of these species. This research area is called phylogenetics and the visualisation of the ancestry is displayed with the use of phylogenetic trees or networks. Generally, the phylogenetic networks are not known completely or with certainty. Therefore...
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Huijzer, L. (author)
As an introduction the PageRank algorithm will be discussed. Then a model will be proposed to model (deterministic) change in the structure of a network. This model focuses on change brought about by webpage owners/administrators who can affect the link structure of the network by adding or removing hyperlinks from their webpage. First a basic...
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Vos, T.D. (author)
Every biological aspect of a create is described in the DNA. The DNA consists of very long strings that contain every biological information. Because these strings are very long, finding the right piece of information is a tough job. Fortunately, we have developed multiple ways to do this more quickly. Radiation hybrid mapping is such a method,...
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Zijdenbos, J.M. (author)
Mathematical computations are widely used to give some insight into the stock market. We investigate the convex-concave algorithm for nonlinear optimization applied to portfolio analysis, one of its many applications. We will consider the Markowitz mean-variance model with higher order moments added, and look at the preferences for the investor...
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Vos, G. (author)
This thesis gives a more detailed version of a proof from Daniel Mauldin that the set of continuous functions defined on the interval $[0,1]$ that are nowhere differentiable is not Borel. On the other hand, it is shown that the same set is Lebesgue Measurable. The theorems and definitions that are necessary in the proofs are given in the...
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Reijm, H. (author)
The Pokemon video game franchise is based on players, also known as trainers, capturing and battling with fictitious creatures called Pokemon. Competitive Pokemon battling is a complicated business. Before even stepping into the arena, a trainer must design a competitively viable team of six Pokemon to battle with. This task is a difficult one...
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Platell, H. (author)
In dit onderzoek is aandacht besteed aan de gravitatie circulatie in de Waddenzee. Daarbij is de vraag of dit een rol kan spelen bij sedimenttransport. De gravitatie circulatie is een stroming die bovenin de waterkolom een andere stromingsrichting kent dan onderin en ontstaat doordat het water niet een uniforme dichtheid kent in het bekken....
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Tjan, J. (author)
Google uses the PageRank algorithm to rank the web. The algorithm models the behavior of a random surfer. It follows an outlink or it goes to any page by entering a URL into an address bar. This is also called teleportation. The probability that a surfer teleports to a page is given in the personalization vector. The PageRank algorithm returns a...
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Post-Vreugdenhil, M.P. (author)
Het betrekken van de fysiologie bij de wiskundige modellering van prestatiedata van een wielrenner kan een zeer waardevolle stap zijn om veranderingen te detecteren in de prestatie van de wielrenner. De fysiologie beschrijft modellen omtrent verschillende energiesystemen in het menselijk lichaam, die in verschillende stadia van inspanning...
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Corstanje, M.A. (author)
Let us start with a random sample X1, . . . , Xn that is independent and identically distributed and has distribution function F. When we wish to test the hypothesis H0 : F = F0 for some known function F0, we are doing a goodness of fit test. To do a goodness of fit test, several test statistics can be used. Examples are the Kolmogorov-Smirnov...
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