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Gupta, A. (author)
In the last few years there appears to be a paradigm shift in the job recruitment field, from physical contact between recruiters and job seekers to e-recruiting, with online job boards providing the meeting place for both parties. As job boards have gained in popularity so have the number of vacancies and curricula vitae being posted on these...
master thesis 2012
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Khoshnevis, H. (author)
This master thesis is about the sentiment analysis of the societal theme documents and categorizing them in positive or negative groups. The application of this thesis can be widely used in review blogs, public polls and etc. In this study, we have compared different feature sets as well as different classifiers on datasets of opinionated texts...
master thesis 2012
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Somhorst, M. (author)
Since the stone age the human race seeks for strategies to extend its viewing range. With the rise of technology in the twentieth century, cameras are found to be a very useful tool to survey a large area with limited resources. With an increasing numbers of cameras, it becomes more difficult to watch every monitor and prevent incidents in the...
master thesis 2012
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Meijer, S.J.J. (author), Vermorken, C. (author), Dirkzwager, A.S.Y. (author)
The Search and rescue Awareness Information Tool (SAInT) project is part of a larger project called "Collaboration at a Distance", a joint effort between the Delft University of Technology and TNO Defence, Security and Safety. The goal of this project is to identify and create tools to improve the communication over distances for the USAR.nl...
bachelor thesis 2010
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Janssen, R.G.J. (author)
This thesis describes the approach to create a real time eye blink detector using a new perception processor. Tried is to describe how the processor works and to find out possible fields of application. Supposed strength of the processor is it's speed combined with the possibility of changing the configuration at run time. Since the current...
master thesis 2010
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Suson, A.C. (author)
Currently most car drivers use static routing algorithms based on the shortest distance between start and end position. But the shortest route is different from the fastest route in time. Because existing routing algorithms lack the ability to react to dynamic changes in the road network, drivers are not optimally routed. In this thesis we...
master thesis 2010
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Radu, A.A. (author)
In spite of numerous road management schemes and developed infrastructure the society nowadays still faces the problem of highly congested roads due to the increasing traffic demand. The focus of this thesis is to develop a complex and integrated system that addresses the challenges of dynamic traffic assignment in modern times. To reach this...
master thesis 2010
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Harahap, G. (author)
Improving the performance of Automated Speech Recognition system requires incorporating more knowledge in the model of Automated Speech Recognition system. Information such as the context of the conversation and the characteristics of the speaker can make the task of recognizing speech more accurate. The challenge is how this knowledge can be...
master thesis 2010
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Ngai, K.S. (author)
When a group decides to plan and organize a vacation, many researchers mention that group decision making within the travel planning problem often leads to suboptimal decisions. This can be explained by the fact that the process of travel group decision making is typically ineffective. To overcome some of the problems, we propose an intelligent...
master thesis 2010
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Terra, D. (author)
The present study was aimed at comparing traditional input using keyboard and mouse to the direct stylus input for 9 to 11 years old children in a Brazilian (N=48) and a Dutch (N=48) primary school. The ultimate goal was to improve child education with the aid of computers. A structured experiment was designed and performed to empirically...
master thesis 2010
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Bos, L.W. (author)
Determining the perceived quality of a digital image can be done by showing it to a large group of people and ask them to rate its quality. However, this method is too cumbersome and time-consuming for most applications. Therefore, automatic metrics have been developed, which are able to objectively predict the perceived image quality without...
master thesis 2010
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Wu, S.L. (author)
With the growing usage of mobile devices, manufacturers have to distinguish themselves in their devices to keep their share of the market. Most important is that the consumer is satisfied with a given brand, since then the chances are high that he will stay loyal to that brand when it is time for a new device. A consumer buys a mobile device...
master thesis 2010
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Boogaard, J.A. (author)
In the Netherlands, four million people watch television programs with closed captions because they are hearing impaired or non-native speakers. Closed captions contain Dutch speech transcriptions and non-speech sound descriptions and are displayed as subtitles. Due to government obligation, the number of television programs that must be closed...
master thesis 2010
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Klein Haneveld, B.A. (author), Ulgen, U. (author)
With the development of 3G technology information is getting more and more accessible. While being very practical this availability of information can have adverse effects on people. The research shows that some people on their leisure time enjoy and value uncertainty. A literature and user research revealed that people with certain personality...
bachelor thesis 2009
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Chiriacescu, I. (author)
master thesis 2009
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Sam, M.P. (author)
master thesis 2009
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Overes, J.J. (author)
With the LDV format, it is possible to broadcast 3D content existing of a 2D image and the corresponding depth map. The display system can render this information into two or more views, which can be shown to the users. During this shifting, holes with no content occur in some or all the views. These holes need to be filled to get a better image...
master thesis 2009
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De Bakker, F.F. (author)
The project addresses cost savings and productivity improvement by pooling of resources between independent companies through multi-agent, bargaining-based decision methods. Cost savings are realized by optimizing plans across companies, while the pooling decision and the benefit distribution is done by bargaining. Applications with these...
master thesis 2009
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Choy, H.Y. (author)
With the introduction of LED lighting, nowadays designers and architects have more flexibility to evoke emotions and create certain atmospheres in a space by means of artificial lighting. The perceived atmosphere in a space is an experience of the surroundings in relation to ourselves; it is an affective evaluation of the environment (Scholten...
master thesis 2009
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Van Zomeren, M. (author)
The current way of communicating situation awareness through sketches has been found not sufficient as is seen during exercises of usar.nl. The proposed solution RubbleViewer presents the personnel with a 3d map where they can annotate information on. This map of a collapsed building is calculated by running photogrammetric algorithms on an...
master thesis 2009
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