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Willemse, Jeroen (author)
Introduction Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed type of cancer in women in 2020. Treatment and prognosis of breast cancer is highly dependent on early and accurate diagnosis. In recent years, many studies have evaluated the use of artificial intelligence for the detection of breast cancer in mammographic images. Another imaging...
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van Oort, Bart (author)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are pervasive in the current computer science landscape. Yet, there still exists a lack of Software Engineering (SE) experience and best practices in this field. One such best practice, static code analysis, can be used to find code smells, i.e., (potential) defects in the source code,...
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Zammit, C. (author)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are being integrated into all spheres of life, for a wide range of application in civil, commercial and military applications in both indoor and outdoor environments. UAV onboard intelligence is a paramount requirement in the realisation of UAV Traffic Management System (UTM) and Air Traffic Management (ATM)...
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DU, Fei (author)
ICU is the place with the most advanced monitoring and support machines in a hospital. But surrounded by all these machines, ICU patients are also like machines instead of humans. Scientific advances have been proved to greatly improve the cure rate. Meanwhile, patients' well-being has been gradually treated as important as curing the disease...
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Nagtzaam, Ruud (author)
This report describes a graduation project for the MSc program Strategic Product Design. The client in this project is the Erasmus MC in the Netherlands and commissions this project incorporation with the Critical Alarms Lab (CAL) of the TU Delft. The Erasmus MC and CAL want to improve the experience of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) both for...
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Bello, Riccardo (author)
The demand of adding fault tolerance to quadcopter control systems has significantly increased with the rise of adoption of UAVs in numerous sectors. This work proposes and demonstrates the use of Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning to control a quadcopter subject to severe actuator fault. State-of-the-art algorithms are implemented, and a...
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de Leve, ward (author)
To prevent vision loss from eye diseases like glaucoma and retinopathy it is important to diagnose them on time. When you discover the diseases too late the vision will be irreversibly damaged. For this reason, diabetic people are screened preventively. In the past, this happened every year but now only every three years, all to save costs....
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Yildiz, Can (author)
The accelerating development of algorithms causes a disruptive effect in many domains, including the complex decision-making of knowledge workers. Experts can manage difficult but repetitive decisions with software technologies like a Decision Support System (DSS). A DSS is used to monitor decisions, get additional insights and improve decisions...
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Patil, Sandeep (author)
Lane detection represents a fundamental task for automated/autonomous vehicles. Current lane detection methods do not provide the versatility of real-time performance, robustness,and accuracy required for real-world scenarios. The reasons include lack of computing power while being portable and inability to observe the continuity and structure...
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Song, Chenlu (author)
The applications of artificial intelligence (AI) are significant on a social and economic scale, and they can offer businesses great value and opportunities. However, because of AI's varied application areas, its inherent complexity, and the new organizational requirements that result from AI adoption, companies encounter pitfalls when deploying...
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Browarska, Maria (author)
In the past few years, the frequency of onset natural disaster has been rising, causing significant damage to communities and infrastructure around the world. When it happens, airports in the region affected have to rapidly adjust and evolve from serving regular passengers to becoming a humanitarian hub, that handles a massive surge in both...
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Baán, Josephine (author)
This thesis is conducted in collaboration with Directie X of the Ministry of Justice and Security (JenV), who aims to strengthen the innovation capacity within JenV to keep up with societal needs. One way they do this is by supporting AI experiments. These experiments are procedures undertaken to improve the current way of working, not just to...
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Morales Ubal, Cristopher (author)
In reacting flows, detailed chemistry computations are usually avoided precomputing the thermochemical quantities as functions of a reduced set of variables such as the Flamelet Generated Manifold (FGM) approach[34]. Although it mitigates the calculations of detailed chemical mechanism, the memory requirement associated to store the lookup table...
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Reji, Meenu Sara Mathai (author)
The development of intelligent systems has created enormous opportunities to improve and change human lives. These systems are heavily reliant and driven by data and algorithms to achieve optimal user experiences for myriad users. However, these data-driven products/services are multi-dimensional and multifaceted and do not necessarily have the...
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Shan, Yujie (author)
Automated transportation technology has been rapidly evolving across all modes of transportation, with enormous potential to improve road safety and travel comfort. New challenges arose during the transition to full automation, such as increased instances of disagreements between the driver and the automation system over who should take control....
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GUO, Peicheng (author)
With the development of Artificial intelligence and Machine learning capabilities, the connected objects are extended with predictive capabilities, and the character of things is changed to “things that predict” (Smit, 2021). If a connected device is able to embrace a predictive system that not only profiles for scripted behavior but could also...
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Saravanan, Nash (author)
In this work, a conversational interaction was designed and implemented to test the effect of references to past events or shared experiences rephrased into motivational phrases within the context of working towards a diet related goal that can assist with type II diabetes over multiple sessions.<br/>Prior works that utilized a memory typically...
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Hompes, Jerome (author)
Orange Branding is a Dutch Brand Strategy and Design agency based in Amsterdam and operating in China (Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen) since 2005. They have clients of various sizes in various industries, but in this project, we focused on companies interested in Cross-border e-commerce. When these businesses want to operate abroad, they will...
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Mostert, Marijn (author)
Vertebral fractures are the most common osteoporotic fractures, with a prevalence of 12-20% in Europe, making them a major health problem because of the associated morbidity, mortality and costs. Without adequate treatment, vertebral fractures are often followed by subsequent fractures, leading to further invalidation and deterioration of health...
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Inna Kedege, Vibhav (author)
Distributed cooperative robots can be highly beneficial in mapping disaster environments and assisting with search and rescue operations. In most situations such environments only allow for only limited communication between robots. This thesis reports on simulation experiments conducted to test the impact of having only partial communication...
master thesis 2021
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