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Ozgur, Enes Arda (author)
Learning curves illustrate the relationship between the performance of learning algorithms and the increasing volume of training data [1, 2, 3]. While the concept of learning curves is well-established, clustering these curves based on fitting parameters remains an underexplored area. Our study delves into this domain and leverages the Learning...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Meeusen, Brent (author)
Scratch is a popular, visual programming language aimed at children, and is used by teachers and after school code clubs to teach their students about programming. Measuring whether they understand the underlying concepts, however, is a difficult task. In this research, we tried clustering Scratch projects by complexity to help students improve...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Ramsundersingh, Pravesha (author)
A learning curve can serve as an indicator of the “performance of trained models versus the training set size” [1]. Recent research on learning curve analysis has been carried out within the Learning Curve Database (LCDB) [2] This paper will investigate if there are similarities amongst these curves by clustering those provided by the LCDB. The...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Lnenicka, Martin (author), Nikiforova, Anastasija (author), Luterek, Mariusz (author), Milic, Petar (author), Rudmark, Daniel (author), Neumaier, Sebastian (author), Santoro, C. (author), Casiano Flores, Cesar (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Rodríguez Bolívar, Manuel Pedro (author)
Open government and open (government) data are seen as tools to create new opportunities, eliminate or at least reduce information inequalities and improve public services. More than a decade of these efforts has provided much experience, practices, and perspectives to learn how to better deal with them. This paper focuses on benchmarking of...
journal article 2024
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Lebègue, J. (author), Guitart, Andréas (author), Demouge, Céline (author), Delahaye, Daniel (author), Hoekstra, J.M. (author), Feron, Eric (author)
Weather obstacles in the airspace can interfere with an aircraft’s flight plan. Pilots, assisted by air traffic controllers (ATCs), perform avoidance maneuvers that can be optimized. This paper addresses the generation of alternative aircraft trajectories to resolve unexpected events. The authors propose a solution based on the RRG algorithm,...
conference paper 2024
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Du, Y. (author), Viseu Cardoso, Rodrigo (author), Rocco, Roberto (author)
The governmental initiative of high-quality development (HQD) marks a shift in the Chinese development paradigm from prioritizing speed to prioritizing quality towards comprehensive goals of economic growth, social vitality, innovation capacity, industrial upgrading, regional cooperation, and green transformation. This initiative is...
journal article 2024
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Hamida, A.B. (author), Eijkelenboom, A.M. (author), Bluyssen, P.M. (author)
Understanding students' preferences of their study place, in particular acoustical and psychosocial preferences, is important to students' health and comfort. This study aimed to identify clusters of students with similar acoustical and psychosocial preferences, and to identify reasons for certain preferences of students in each cluster. A mixed...
journal article 2024
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van der Vliet, Willem (author)
Digital twins (DTs) are a common way for city planners and citizens alike to visualize the impact of new policy decisions, simulate scenarios, and plan for disasters. The more detail these DTs have, the more useful they can be. Windows and doors, also known as building openings, are a critical detail missing in Amsterdam’s DT. While previous...
master thesis 2023
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van Engelen, Bart (author)
Currently, inland waterway safety assessments rely heavily on historic accident data and expert opinions, often lacking comprehensive qualitative and quantitative information. Addressing this gap, this thesis introduces a method based on Automatic Identification System (AIS) data to identify anomalous vessel behaviour for enhancing safety...
master thesis 2023
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Nijhof, Daan (author)
Following the European Green Deal, transport- related emissions must be reduced by 90% in 2050. While aviation contributes to a significant share of these emissions, the substitution of flights for rail travel is often considered to achieve a reduction in emissions of greenhouse gasses. Mostly, travelers consider this option when the full trip...
master thesis 2023
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Knaven, Hugo (author)
Due to climate change, there is a push toward a reduction of greenhouse gasses. Through spatial planning, the province of South Holland plays a role in this process. However, this requires insights into relation between the energy system and the built environment that is currently lacking. This thesis shows how spatial clustering using the K...
master thesis 2023
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van der Linden, Hidde (author)
In light of growing environmental challenges, the need to reconsider how we approach personal transportation is becoming increasingly evident. A shift from a private car-focused mobility system towards a more sustainable and equitable transportation system is desired. Car sharing is considered a means to achieve this. However, car sharing use...
master thesis 2023
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Timmerman, Gerben (author)
This thesis offers a comprehensive exploration of log-based anomaly detection within the domain of cybersecurity incident response. The research describes a different approach and explores relevant log features for language model training, experimentation with different language models and training methodologies, and the investigation of the...
master thesis 2023
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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...
master thesis 2023
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Venturi, Laura (author)
In a world marked by rapid technological advancements and environmental concerns, clean technology clusters have become hubs of innovation. Attracting investment in these clusters has gained significant attention from scholars and industry professionals, which aim at understanding which activities companies can undertake in order to increase the...
master thesis 2023
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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...
master thesis 2023
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Jokic, I. (author)
The concept of a network, defined as a collection of interconnected nodes or entities, has become a foundation for a new field of inquiry, namely network science. Despite the apparent simplicity of the concept, the pairwise representation of interconnecting nodes has enabled a plethora of insights into the structure of networks and the effects...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Freeman, Alexander (author)
Inductive logic programming is a technique that generates logic programs which keep to a given specification using a background knowledge. We propose a new task in the field of pro- gram synthesis called Time-gated Partition-selection Inductive Logic Programming, consisting of splitting the background knowledge into partitions and selecting only...
master thesis 2023
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Streng, Marc (author)
This thesis researches how actors of government, industry and academia in an international context should collaborate in order to successfully carry out knowledge/technology transfer. The case study is about Dutch-Moroccan international Triple Helix collaboration in horticulture.
master thesis 2023
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van der Kaaij, Sterre (author)
The major social issues currently faced by the Dutch government require the involvement of all stakeholders early in the policy-making process. A Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) is a public participation method in which citizens can advise the government on a specific decision-making problem. The PVE information is becoming increasingly...
master thesis 2023
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