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Zhang, Yifan (author)
Saxophone is a musical instrument that tends to be out of tune. I have invented an automatic tuning saxophone mouthpiece that can help saxophonists play in tune by correcting their notes' frequencies in real time during performances using a stepper motor.
master thesis 2024
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Bestebreur, Timon (author)
The versatility of the internet enables many applications that play an increasingly bigger role in our society. However, users have little control over the route that their internet traffic takes, which prevents them from controlling who sees their packets and how their traffic is handled. Researchers have proposed an extension to the internet,...
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Visser, Berend (author)
In response to the growing demand for sustainable transportation solutions, bike-sharing systems have gained prominence in supporting an eco-friendly means of commuting. Within this landscape, Skopei, a forward-thinking company specializing in innovative sharing propositions, has developed a smart bike lock capable of autonomous rentals and...
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Bhatti, Ghanishtha (author)
Soft robots are characterized by compliant elements that introduce heightened kinematic complexity compared to their rigid counterparts. Such systems, with infinite degrees of freedom, are inherently underactuated, making precise real-time shape regulation a challenging task. Model-based controllers, utilizing tractable reduced-order modelling...
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van Paassen, Daniel (author)
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Haarman, Mart (author)
This thesis explores the integration of (Frequency Shift) Chirp Spread Spectrum Modulation (FSCSSM) in Body Coupled Communication (BCC) using the Galvanic Coupling (GC) method. The goal is to provide a method of private communication in a noisy channel for devices in and around the human body. Various parameters, including frequency, electrode...
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Liu, TIANYI (author)
With the widespread application of artificial intelligence, centralized machine learning approaches, which require access to users' local data, have raised concerns about data privacy. In response, federated learning, an architecture that aggregates models trained locally with local data, has been proposed. This approach addresses the data...
master thesis 2023
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Knops, Per (author)
X-ray imaging systems play an important role in the diagnostic process of various medical conditions. Generating an accurate artificial X-ray image has multiple advantages. It allows for flexible configurations during generation. The resulting images can reduce testing time and cost, help the training of surgeons, and increase the amount of data...
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Bagchi, Madhubanti (author)
Recently non-image-based data capturing methods such as sensors like RF, ultrasonic or radars, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc for People Counting (PC) applications have gained momentum as an alternative to camera-based systems due to the preference for privacy preservation. Among them mm-wave radars are a strong choice for data capture since they consume...
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Liu, Kevin (author)
This master’s thesis explores the application of Self-Supervised Contrastive Learning (SSCL), specifically the SimCLR algorithm, to enhance feature representation learning from Wafer Bin Maps (WBM) in the semiconductor manufacturing process. The motivation stems from the industry’s growing need for automated defect detection and root-cause...
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de Zoete, Jasper (author)
Visible light communication(VLC) is an emerging form of wireless communic- ation that uses visible light, where standard light sources such as LEDs serve as communication devices. Due to visible light bandwidths being significantly higher and underused, VLC offers an alternative to the more commonly used Radio Frequency(RF) devices. While VLC...
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Vette, Maksym (author)
Retrieving information from environments that have been disrupted by a natural disaster is crucial and can be done with Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs). The control and decision-making of these vehicles can be moved to a cloud computing system, where large amounts of memory and computing power are available. One of the upcoming cloud...
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WANG, NIAN RU (author)
This thesis presents LightLetter, a system that is designed for recognizing fingertip air-writing of both numbers and letters. This provides a cost-effective and privacy-conscious method for interacting with public devices, such as touchscreens. The current iteration of LightLetter allows for the input of letters and numbers to public devices...
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Lin, Longfei (author)
Software testing, a critical phase in the software development lifecycle, is often hindered by the time-intensive and costly manual creation of test cases. While automating test case generation could mitigate these challenges, its adoption in the industry has been limited due to difficulties in comprehending the generated test cases. To address...
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Peppelman, Christian (author)
Non-invasive head-worn sensors are an upcoming field of interest. Most commercial sensors and sensors presented in research papers are limited in their capabilities and require frequent user interaction. In this Thesis, we research the possibilities of overcoming some of these limitations and extending the capabilities of these sensors.
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ZHUANG, XUANYU (author)
In the task of music style transfer, the symbolic music representation based on Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) files has always been a popular research medium. By using such representation, some mature models for image style transfer can also be applied to this scenario, such as Cycle-consistent Generative Adversarial Networks ...
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Bouman, Jeffrey (author)
The averse reaction of lithium batteries inspired researchers to look for alternat-<br/>ives for energy storage in electronics. Battery-free or intermittent devices intro-<br/>duce a new paradigm with their own specific problems about power, state track-<br/>ing, timing and communication. We implemented the battery-free paradigm in<br/>the...
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Groet, Philip (author)
With the rise of the new interconnect standards CXL and previously OpenCAPI, has come a great deal of possibilities to step away from the classical approach where CPUs are in charge of moving data between external devices and local memory. Specifically, OpenCAPI allows for attached devices to directly interface with the host memory bus in a near...
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Cabrerizo Martinez De La Puente, Alejandro (author)
In the modern age, the proliferation of electronic devices and their subsequent waste presents an increasing environmental challenge. With the continuing growth of technology and the urgency of sustainability becoming ever more important, there is an ever-increasing need to reimagine how we power and utilize our devices. This has been...
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Juneja, Suchdeep Singh (author)
In the ever-evolving field of music technology, new solutions continue to emerge that enhance musical expression and creativity. This thesis introduces WaveTune, a novel lightweight hand gesture recognition system that enables real-time control of musical composition and performance through natural hand motions.<br/><br/>WaveTune utilizes...
master thesis 2023
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