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Touloumis, Konstantinos (author)
The skyline operator has been proposed to bridge the gap between traditional and multimedia database systems by finding the optimal objects according to the notion of Pareto dominance. According to the notion of Pareto dominance an object dominates another if it is better in one attribute and equal in all others. Skyline sets end up being pretty...
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Semwal, Anant (author)
Inter-Autonomous System (AS) route monitoring is the process of collecting the inter-AS routing information. This information flows on the Internet in the form of BGP UPDATE messages, and the BGP data are the messages obtained by the monitors. Existing methods of monitor placement rely on the network topology which provides inadequate visibility...
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Bisschop, Marc (author)
Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) could fulfill many different functions in the human body. Batteries have always been the main power source of these devices. Batteries have some drawbacks, the biggest one being the replacement of IMDs with fully discharged batteries. In this thesis a wireless power transfer system, with a receiving power...
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Chitlure Prahallad, Prajwal (author)
Power consumed by any equipment connected to the grid must be regulated to facilitate the reliable and efficient operation of the grid and for smooth equipment operation of other consumers. Power factor is one of the major power quality measurement tool. All the electrical equipment connected to the grid must comply with the power factor limits...
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Emmer, Koen (author)
A major cause for voiding dysfunction is the inability to relax the urethral sphincter. KiloHertz Frequency Alternating Current (KHFAC) stimulation can block signals that are travelling through the body; applying this type of stimulation at the pudendal nerve could inhibit the pulses that lead to contraction of the urethral sphincter, and...
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Booms, Daniel (author)
Most ocean-going ships are fitted with an impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system. The currents impressed by this system onto the seawater find their way to corroding parts of the ship’s hull, and prevent the hull from corroding. The electric field resulting from the currents around the ship is called the electric signature. This...
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Ananth, Akilesh (author)
The use of esters as transformer insulation has been gaining increasing interest over the past few years because of their better environmental performance, higher resistance to the influence of moisture and for some particular liquids, higher flash point as well. However, in order to completely replace the traditional mineral oil and be...
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Overwater, Arnold (author)
Gentrification, displacement and social exclusion has been a topic of debate in the city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We use an agent-based model (ABM) to research these problems and policies to alleviate them. We focus on two phenomena, being short-term holiday rentals of homes and a universal basic income. Short-term holiday rentals is a new...
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Treffers, Charlotte (author)
The communication standard IEEE802.11ah, also known as Wifi Halow, is developed especially for IoT applications. This standard works in the sub-GHz range and can, therefore, offer a longer transmission range and achieve low power consumption. This makes the standard suitable for IoT applications. In this thesis, a Low Noise Transconductance...
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Lagerweij, Pascal (author)
Nowadays, reinforcement learning algorithms on Markov decision processes (MDPs) face computational issues when the state space is large. To reduce this state space of a MDP several state aggregation, or clustering, methodologies have been applied. Recently, a new clustering algorithm has been proposed that is able to cluster states from a single...
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Stampoglis, Periklis (author)
High speed imagers find applications in many fields such as scientific and medical imaging, automotive applications, machine vision and much more. In this thesis, the design of a high speed, high dynamic range (HDR) CMOS sensor with electronic global shutter (GS) and flexible exposure control is presented. The sensor is designed in the 0.11μm...
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Liebens, Sander (author)
Schools and other educational instances (such as: elementary, primary and secondary schools, schools for applied sciences and universities) are making use of new innovations and technologies to help teachers and students.
After Smart Boards, computers, and tablets, a new field of research arises: can robots in any way help in teaching?...
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Hofmeister, Deniz (author)
Humans teach each other by recollecting one's own experiences and sharing them with others. The intention being that the person being taught, does not need to experience those things first-hand to be able to learn from them. A large portion of human learning is in some form derived from this concept. This has inspired this report.
Recent...
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Liu, Zheheng (author)
In this thesis, we investigate a sparse basis for ultrasound images, so that we can use sparse regularization in imaging. Actually, there are few previous researches explicitly demonstrating that medical ultrasound images can be sparsified for some dictionary. We consider various orthogonal transforms such as wavelet transforms, cosine...
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van Loenhout, Steffie (author)
In order to handle the increase in baggage units, KLM needs to optimize the outbound baggage handling process. This study focuses on accurately modeling the outbound baggage handling process while minimizing the number of employees working on this process. The results are based upon data on the outbound baggage handling process at KLM in 2018....
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SHARMA, SARTHAK (author)
The biological activities inside human bodies are regulated by the electrical and
mechanical properties of cells and its constituent molecules. Pathological changes within the cells due to diseases are accompanied by a corresponding change in these physical properties and consequently can be used to differentiate between the healthy and...
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Guarino, Luca (author)
In 2018, 1.1 billion people still lacked access to energy services. Most of these people are located in remote areas which are hard to reach, especially with conventional methods of grid extension. Even if the number of people without energy access is decreasing and the number of people gaining access to electricity through renewable sources is...
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Tang, Yue (author)
Epidemic models are applied to describe epidemic processes such as the spreading of infectious viruses, opinions and fake news on real-life or online
social networks, and to analyse the epidemic processes mathmatically. The viral state evolution is closely related to the underlying network topology. Therefore, the network topology is of...
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Sinha, Rajarshi (author)
Drug development is an entire area of research that partly exploits the developments from biomedical research. Understanding the diseases that affect humanity fatally is critical to our existence. Researchers have studied various molecules and genetic compounds that are responsible for the proliferation of these diseases in the human body. For...
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Sunil Sheelavant, Sunil (author)
While there are many technologies and electronic systems used to detect the human vital signs by monitoring the heart beat rate & respiration rate, all these systems rely on physical contact with the human body. Furthermore, each measuring system can only be used for a single person thus increasing the cost and complexity of integrated...
master thesis 2018
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