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Wigman, Stefan (author)
This study approached migration-related problems from a global perspective. The inter- connected nature of migration means that migration problems accumulate and intensify throughout the world. To capture these effects, a data-rich model component was devel- oped for global migration dynamics.
To that extent, this study has developed the...
master thesis 2018
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Hoogerwerf, Erwin (author)
In recent years, the offshore wind industry has grown significantly. The wind turbines are constructed in wind farms, and are serviced with relatively small crew transfer vessels. These vessels transport repair crews from the mainland to the farms and back within a day. One of the big challenges is that these transits can cause motion sickness....
master thesis 2018
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Zeng, Yun (author)
The explosion of video data in surveillance calls for large amount of annotated datasets that could be used for information retrieval, learning-based network training and algorithms evaluation phase. A number of annotated video
datasets have been shared to public, however, these open annotated datasets lack spatio-temporal information which...
master thesis 2017
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Meulenberg, Q.J.J. (author)
Data mining is more and more applied in organizations, but often fails to realize its full potential. It delivers too many results, and not all results are useful for the organization. Moreover, by applying DM in organizations, the interface between data mining and decision making has to be crossed. This report presents a framework to apply data...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Ende, D.J. (author)
Mean Shift is a well-known clustering algorithm that has attractive properties such as the ability to find non convex and local clusters even in high dimensional spaces, while remaining relatively insensitive to outliers. However, due to its poor computational performance, real-world applications are limited. In this thesis, we propose a novel...
master thesis 2015
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Schraven, M. (author)
The Royal Netherlands air force (RNLAF) has been coping with a low availability of F-16 aircraft. It has been acknowledged that increasing the availability of avionics components is most beneficial to increasing fleet availability. Especially for F-16, rich database information is available including past operations and maintenance dating back...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Valk, R.J.A. (author)
A significant amount of payments fail for seemingly ‘mysterious’ reasons when refused by an issuer (i.e. cardholder’s bank). The technical and social complexities, such as a principal-agent problem, hinder the development of policies or information architectures, which impose an issuer to share its ‘honest’ reason. In this thesis we propose a...
master thesis 2015
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Van den Bos, G. (author)
Continuous Risk Management (CRM) is a practice in which there is a continuous assessment of the risks that exist or could arise. In addition, in CRM it is determined which risks have priority to be dealt with and strategies are considered that could be implemented to deal with the risks. This thesis demonstrates how CRM of (mortgage) customers...
master thesis 2014
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Meens, V.F. (author)
Data mining promises to make life easier for business decision makers and analysts. Therefore data mining has a great history in the academic field and in the nowadays also in various other areas such as finance and retail there is a large amount of general data mining literature available. However, to be able to apply data mining to a business...
master thesis 2012
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Huang, D. (author)
This master thesis aims at developing the methodology to form dynamic PTDF families, for the implementation into the market model. The main procedures to create a dynamic PTDF family are developed and presented with a study case (See Chapter 4). By fitting data from the market model into the data mining tools, typical scenarios of the time...
master thesis 2011
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Harahap, G. (author)
Improving the performance of Automated Speech Recognition system requires incorporating more knowledge in the model of Automated Speech Recognition system. Information such as the context of the conversation and the characteristics of the speaker can make the task of recognizing speech more accurate. The challenge is how this knowledge can be...
master thesis 2010
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Van den Haak, P. (author), Cheung, M. (author)
Major research efforts in Bioinformatics include sequence alignment, gene finding, genome assembly, protein structure alignment, protein structure prediction, prediction of gene expression and protein-protein interactions, and the modeling of evolution. To perform these specific tasks different tools are used. Using these tools separately is a...
bachelor thesis 2008
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