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Huang, H. (author)
Complex networks are a special type of graph that frequently appears in nature and in many different fields of science and engineering. Studying complex networks is the key to solve the problems in these fields. Complex networks have unique features which we cannot find in regular graphs, and the study of complex networks gives rise to many...
master thesis 2015
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Berger, M.E.R. (author)
Using the histogram procedure, this work studies performance determining factors in computing in parallel on SIMD and SIMT devices. Modern graphics pro-cessing units (GPUs) support SIMT, multiple threads running the same instruction, whereas central processing units (CPUs) use SIMD, in which one instruction op-erates on multiple operands. As...
master thesis 2015
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Roest, C. (author)
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) integrate physical processes, sensors, and embedded computers to facilitate advanced control systems such as autonomous cars and smart cities. Communication in CPS has tight constraints regarding reliability and latency, while traditional networking primitives can not guarantee these constraints. We base our thesis...
master thesis 2015
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Wang, X. (author)
Ambient energy-harvesting technology is a promising approach to keep wireless sensor networks (WSNs) operating perennially. Depending on the harvesting source, nodes can either be active (alive) or inactive (dead) at any instant in such Energy-Harvesting WSNs (EH-WSNs). Thus, even in a static deployment of EH-WSNs, the network topology is no...
master thesis 2015
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Rennings, D.J.A. (author), Kassing, S.A. (author)
The Centre for Advanced Studies of IBM Amsterdam (IBM CAS) has an ambitious plan to revolutionize the workforce. Within the Inclusive Enterprise research line they aim to investigate and map the factors that influence employee well-being. Among these factors, we may find environmental factors that can be coupled to measurable quantities such as...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Van Bekkum, R. (author), Van Belzen, J.C. (author), Li, H.Y.V. (author)
With the dawn of the era of the Internet of Things(IoT) more everyday objects are equipped with technology that allows them to be connected to the Internet and therefore enabling (remotely) controlling or gathering data from these objects. DSP Innovation B.V. aims to respond on this emerging development by introducing a second generation IoT...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Van Bruggen, C. (author), Feddes, N.F. (author), Vermeer, M. (author)
Privacy is dying. Internet users have been trying more and more to keep governments' and security agencies' prying eyes away from their online activity. Anonymity - Internet anonymity, specifically - has therefore gained traction in recent years. In order to further contribute to the effort of Internet privacy and anonymity, this project's goal...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Van Beusekom, M. (author), Herckenrath, N.C. (author)
Due to the rise of smartphone technology, numerous citizens carry Internet-enabled recording equipment with them at all times. Should atrocities be committed by the the government, they would have a hard time to cover-up the truth without blocking the Internet. Governments have demonstrated their ability to restrict access to the Internet during...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Fan, D. (author)
The aim of the project is to develop an ECG signal compression algorithm that has a high compression ratio while guaranteeing signal quality. An electrocardiography (ECG) signal is a representation of cardiac activity and has an need to be compressed to reduce data storage requirements and energy cost of transmission. Previous ECG signal...
master thesis 2014
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Selvan, A. (author)
Bio-inspired flying micro drones, formally known as Flapping Wing Micro Aerial Vehicles (FWMAV) are a booming class of robots in today's world. Navigation and flight control of these drones is an interesting area of research that has become popular among roboticists and engineers due to its challenges. A bio-inspired optic flow based flight...
master thesis 2014
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Stanculescu, L.C. (author)
In the recent years, gamification, “the use of game design elements in non-game contexts”, has drawn the attention of an increasing number of scientists. Although several studies highlighted the benefits of gamification in several applications, its potential in the enterprise environment still needs to be understood. In the enterprise context,...
master thesis 2014
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Elffers, J.A. (author)
We study the single machine version of the task scheduling problem with release times and deadlines. This problem is too simple to be of practical importance in itself, but it is also used as a relaxation in algorithms for the Job Shop scheduling problem, which is a more practical task scheduling problem. We study exact algorithms for solving...
master thesis 2014
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Loof, P.C. (author)
Vehicle routing through road networks is an important topic of research: time and money can be saved by reducing traffic jams, which would also reduce the burden on the environment. The problem of minimizing the travel time for a vehicle trip is easy to grasp but hard to solve, it is a highly complex shortest path problem. Our goal is to show...
master thesis 2014
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Liang, W. (author)
The potential value of open data is said to stimulate innovation, promote economic growth, and contribute to transparency, accountability and citizen participation. In spite of numerous advantages of open data, considerable impediments hinder the provision and use of open data. One category of impediments is related to metadata which is...
master thesis 2014
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Walraven, E.M.P. (author)
Traffic congestion causes unnecessary delay, pollution and increased fuel consumption. In this thesis we address this problem by proposing new algorithmic techniques to reduce traffic congestion and we contribute to the development of a new Intelligent Transportation System. We present a method to determine speed limits, in which we combine a...
master thesis 2014
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Van Mieghem, V. (author), Metman, B. (author)
A search engine developed using Django, Haystack and Solr.
bachelor thesis 2014
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Kok, S.B. (author)
In most businesses, email and collaboration services are essential to the performance of the company. Delivering a communication platform that scales well with the growth of the company, and provides the services anytime, anywhere, even in the event of failures is hard to achieve at low costs. Literature has proven that simplified email storage...
master thesis 2014
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Zaleznicenka, Z. (author)
Performance testing is an important stage of developing web applications intended to operate with high availability under severe load. However, this process still remains to a large extent elaborate, expensive and unreliable. Most often the performance testing activities are being done manually, and this significantly affects development time...
master thesis 2013
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Norberhuis, S.D. (author), Stokkink, Q.A. (author)
During the course of Q4 of the 2012-2013 academic year, we have worked on the project of a Peer-to-Peer web browser. After a two week orientation phase, a six week programming phase and nally another two week reporting phase we deliver our product. The final result of this endeavor is an integrated web browser in the Tribler platform, which...
bachelor thesis 2013
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Larisis, N. (author)
Smart metering can be entitled as a pivotal research area empowering the provision of enhanced energy conservation services. Academic research focuses mainly on upper context aspects such as smart grids or smart homes. Relatively lower interest is drawn to user awareness for reducing energy usage. Every individual can achieve a greener footprint...
master thesis 2013
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