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Saaybi, Serge (author)
Robotic agents can continuously provide feedback to people based on their behaviors. For instance, a robot swarm can remind a group of people to respect social distancing guidelines during a pandemic or discourage unwanted behavior such as littering. However, developing a swarm robot to operate in realistic situations is challenging: a robot...
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Danaei, Deniz (author)
<br/>The fight against the illegal hunting of African wildlife is a never-ending process. In order to preserve animal habitats and save them from extinction, many national parks utilize surveilling solutions to prevent, detect and locate intruders. One strategy to detect and locate the illegal hunters or so-called \textit{poachers} is to detect...
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Lopes, Wilfred (author)
With the requirements for CubeSats increasing, a push towards utilizing high­performance equipment has never been greater. Incorporating these equipment in an environment that is cost­, space­ and power­constrained, is challenging. Simultaneously, high­performance equipment require high pointing­accuracy and low­jitter. This thesis proposes the...
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YAN, YIXUN (author)
Visible Light Communication (VLC) has gained popularity due to its inherent security as a complementary technology to Radio Frequency (RF) in the last decades to solve the "spectrum crunch'' problem. Meanwhile, The latest IEEE 802.11ah standard, also called WiFi HaLow, offers the range, throughput, and low power consumption that is extremely...
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Chilakala, Koteswararao (author)
Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is one of the leading causes of permanent vision loss. Its current prevalence is around 45 millions across the globe and is projected to 70 million by 2045. Most of the people with this disease condition belong to remote and low income settings. We can reduce this incidence, if quality medical care is accessible in...
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Wu, Zehang (author)
The popularity of various wireless communication applications is crowding the radio spectrum. As an alternative medium, the visible light spectrum is be- ing exploited. Camera-based visible light communication systems are gaining much attention due to the widespread use of smartphones equipped with small embedded cameras. Screens (e.g., liquid...
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Weng, Weikang (author)
Currently, the solution for dynamic memory reallocation is often left to a simple malloc-copy-free sequence. However, with the growing size of the memory object, this copying operation will have considerable CPU and memory costs before the content finishes its copy.<br/><br/>This report aims to achieve a nearly zero-copy reallocation scheme for...
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Biswal, Soovam (author)
Introduction of new, more advanced services to the networking paradigm has led to an increased heterogeneity of media types and network traffic. Although several transport protocols have been developed over the years to cater to the Quality-of-Service requirements of these network services, the dynamic nature of the network condition is a...
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Suresh Kumar, Lalith Keerthan (author)
In this thesis, we propose a method titled "Task Space Policy Learning (TaSPL)", a novel technique that learns a generalised task/state space policy, as opposed to learning a policy in state-action space, from interactive corrections in the observation space or from state only demonstration data. This task/state space policy enables the agent to...
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Vilhjálmsson, Ingimundur (author)
Natural disasters can destroy communication network components, potentially leading to severe losses in connectivity. During those devastating events, network connectivity is crucial for rescue teams as well as anyone in need of assistance. Therefore, swift network restoration following a disaster is vital. However, post-disaster network...
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Xu, Xinyun (author)
Since the outbreak of SARS-COV-2, various virus inactivation techniques have been applied to suppress the spread of virus. Ultraviolet exposure inactivation is an efficient approach to inactivate virus, within UV band, UV-C with comparatively higher energy. UV-C has been proved to inactivate viruses efficiently, while to figure out efficient...
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Andrade Borges, Elvis (author)
Designing the future of work is a goal that is currently being tackled by both industry and academia. In a scenario where we have Human-Robot hybrid teams, it will be necessary for both human and robots to be aware of each other in their respective tasks. This thesis explores how specific robots (cobots - collaborative robots) can use Computer...
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van Nieuwamerongen, Stan (author)
The rapid growth of LoRa sensor networks lead to more and more maintenence challenges. One of them is wirelessly updating the firmware, especially for the ones that are hard or dangerous to reach. Is it feasible to do a firmware update over LoRa, and what is its additional power consumption of the wireless sensors? In this thesis a LoRa Class B...
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TANG, Philo (author)
This thesis proposes an ultra-low-power architecture for wireless Internet of Things end devices. The architecture enabled a prototype that can run a mainstream wireless protocol with an extremely limited power budget.
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Boot, Bas (author)
For this thesis we have compared communication times of different control schemes on a wireless control network for a water irrigation system. Therefore a control application which can run different protocols was created. We have shown that a significant reduction of communication time can be achieved by using event-triggered control (ETC), and...
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Hijlkema, Sybold (author)
Mobile devices are getting increasingly powerful, becoming compatible<br/>for an ever increasing set of functionality. Applications based around<br/>neural networks however still have to offload parts of their computations<br/>to the cloud since current Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are<br/>still too computationally expensive for any...
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Liu, Hao (author)
This thesis introduces LightDigit, a recognition system for fingertip air-writing digits that enables low-cost, privacy-preserving, and in air interaction with pub- lic devices such as touchscreens. The current LightDigit prototype can input digits to public devices with a simple array of photodiodes and with ubiquitous ambient light in our...
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van Straalen, Ivo (author)
In recent years, Networked Control Systems (NCS) have become more popular, partly because of the increasing accessibility. In NCS, multiple plants and controllers are connected over a wired or wireless shared network, possibly having significant spatial separation. A major issue that arises is network congestion: If too many control loops are...
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Krukiewicz-Gacek, Grzegorz (author)
Since its introduction in 2007, ROS (Robot Operating System) has become one of the most popular framework for developing automated solutions in a variety of applications, ranging from automotive to manufacturing. Meeting safety-critical timing requirements is a crucial element in many fields where ROS is present. The ROS community has introduced...
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Wervers, Michel (author)
As more and more devices have become wireless, the traditional Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum has become densely populated. To relieve this pressure,<br/>communication using light, visible light communication (VLC), has been proposed by many researchers. However, not all light sources can be modulated<br/>to transmit information. Therefore, the...
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