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Piplani, A. (author)
This thesis presents a remote vision system designed to be used for telepresence applications. Telepresence is essentially being able to assert one's presence at a remote location. Being able to see and talk to people in another corner of the world is one method of telepresence we have come to know as video conferencing. As technologies evolve,...
master thesis 2010
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Riemens, D.P. (author)
Modern applications demand extremely low power budgets in computer architectures for battery-operated devices. In the particular case of implantable devices —the main focus of this thesis— the system must have a long life span and batteries may not be possible or easy to recharge. In addition to power, chip area is also of major concern in this...
master thesis 2010
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Nguyen, B.T. (author)
Multiprocessor Systems on a Chip (MPSoCs) are suitable platforms for executing complex embedded applications. To reduce the cost of the hardware platform, applications share resources, which may result in inter-application timing interference due to resource request conflicts. Bounding or prohibiting this interference is crucial, as the timing...
master thesis 2010
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Iorga, D. (author)
Numerous applications from autonomous vehicles to surveillance systems can benefit from "seeing in 3D". A crucial element of sight is depth detection since this enables evaluation of position and shape. The depth at which objects are located can be estimated by using two or more cameras and comparing the resulting images. Despite the increasing...
master thesis 2015
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Smaragdos, G. (author)
Recent trends in transistor technology have dictated the constant reduction of device size. One negative effect stemming from the reduction in size and increased complexity is reduced reliability. This thesis is centered around the matter of fault recovery, in the subject of device fault-tolerance, and graceful system degradation in the presence...
master thesis 2012
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Vos, M. (author)
Attitude determination and control is the estimation of the current orientation of a satellite and controlling or changing it in order to reach a desired orientation. In the current gener- ation of nano satellites an Attitude Determination and Control Subsytem (ADCS) plays an important roll and sometimes even critical roll. An ADCS is necessary...
master thesis 2013
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Van Adrichem, D.J.A. (author)
In this thesis the design and FPGA implementation of the Range Trie with Longest Prefix Match and updates is completed and prototyped in an HTX reconfigurable system. The design and its implementation is an example of hardware/software co-design and supports hardware functions controlled by software using system calls. In the case of the Range...
master thesis 2011
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Zheng, X.Y. (author)
Static Timing Analysis (STA) is one approach to verify the timing of a digital circuit. The currently used Gate Level Model (GLM) has limitations on performing STA for circuits when taking process variations into consideration. The transistor level model is developed taking the statistical factors into account. This thesis presents an...
master thesis 2012
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Sharma, A. (author)
Flexible electronics is a fast emerging market and includes electronics fabricated on flexible substrates, large area displays, low cost and disposable electronics. Both research and commercial institutions around the world have been trying to develop low temperature processes which will enable fabrication of electronic devices on arbitrary...
master thesis 2012
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Ahyadi, Z. (author)
Hybrid memories are one of the emerging memory technologies for future data storage. These memories are structured by integrating non-CMOS nanodevices (e.g., carbon nanotubes, single electron junction, organic molecules) with CMOS devices. Non-CMOS nanodevices build up crossbar-based memory cells, whereas CMOS devices form peripheral circuits....
master thesis 2009
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Chandrasekar, K. (author)
Network-on-Chip (NoC) is established as the most scalable and efficient solution for the on-chip communication challenges in the multi-core era, since it guarantees scalable high-speed communication with minimal wiring overhead and physical routing issues. However, efficiency of the NoC depends on its design decisions, which must be made...
master thesis 2009
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Lodder, R.J. (author)
The amounts of genetic data that are produced is steadily increasing. New methods to sequence genetic data are invented and existing methods are refined, resulting in the generation of more and larger datasets. To extract useful data from these growing datasets, the algorithms processing them have to support the new and larger datasets. In this...
master thesis 2014
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Wasif, M. (author)
A fast steering tip-tilt mirror is widely used as a pointing and tracking device in aerospace engineering, in laser beam stabilizers and in many other applications. A fast steering mirror has the capability to project light in two-dimensional space. The correct positioning of the mirror is crucial for the device overall operation. In this...
master thesis 2015
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Van Straten, J. (author)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of a VLIW processor and associated caches based on the ρ-VEX concept. An ρ-VEX processor must be dynamically (runtime) reconfigurable to behave as a single large processor, two medium-sized processors, or four small processors. This allows a scheduler to optimize for energy and/or performance...
student report 2016
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Yeh, H.C. (author)
In recent 3D TV market, the technologies addressing to the applications such as stereoscopic depth scaling, glass-free 3D display, and Free Viewpoint TV are getting more attentions. A low-cost solution that can synthesize intermediate views from stereoscopic input contents(left and right camera views) is strongly needed. To render the...
master thesis 2011
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Stefanakis, G. (author)
The rapid growth of internet traffic and the eminent shift from IPv4 to IPv6 addresses indicated the need for an efficient address lookup method that can keep pace with the ever-increasing throughput demands. As current address lookup solutions tend to become the bottleneck in internet routing, the efficient Range Trie address lookup method was...
master thesis 2009
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Kootkar, S.B. (author)
Public transport offers affordable transport to many people every day. Due to material wear down, trains can break down and stop functioning. To prevent this from happening, modern technology can used be for condition monitoring to recognize material wear down and thus allowing trains to be mended in time. The Dutch Railways approached Logica to...
master thesis 2008
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Heida, W.F. (author)
As predicted by Gordon E. Moore in 1975, the number of transistors has doubled every two years over the last decades. This technology scaling led to a higher performance of Integrated Circuits (ICs) like processors, but have also made these devices more susceptible to Single Event Effects (SEEs). SEEs are caused by transistors changing state...
master thesis 2016
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Vermij, E.P. (author)
Genetic sequence alignment is an important tool for researchers. It lets them see the differences and similarities between two genetic sequences. This is used in several fields, like homology research, auto immune disease research and protein shape estimation. There are various algorithms that can perform this task and several hardware platforms...
master thesis 2011
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Vellakinaru Kandaswamy Veerabadhra, G.R. (author)
Electrical grids are extremely large, highly complex and dynamic systems. The depletion of natural resources used for power generation has led to the facelift of the traditional grid system to a more efficient and smarter grid system. Smart grids aim at better energy utilization, right from generation to consumption. The electrical grid is...
master thesis 2011
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