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The Space@Sea platform is a sustainable offshore modular platform designed for a workspace at sea as an effort in coping up with the economic growth and allocating marine resources to more efficient uses. There are four potential applications of the platform: farming, transport & logistics hub, energy hub, and living spaces. In the case of...
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Rusman, Patrick (author)
The growing call for public participation in the context of the energy transition has been accompanied by an upswing in the number of studies evaluating participatory practices. While this is essentially a positive, and even necessary, development in our understanding of what makes good public participation, the practical usability of the...
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Stoev, Stanimir (author)
The Eigenmode Distortion (EMD) analysis is a novel method for objective evaluation of simulator motion cueing fidelity, developed at Delft University of Technology. It expresses the distortions of the perceived motion cues in terms of the dynamic modes of a linear model of the vehicle and has been applied to assess rotorcraft simulations. This...
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Talluri, Sacheendra (author)
The proliferation of big-data processing platforms has already led to radically different system designs, such as MapReduce and the newer Spark. Understanding the workloads of such systems enables tuning and could foster new designs. However, whereas MapReduce workloads have been characterized extensively, relatively little public knowledge...
master thesis 2018
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Hillebrink, Alwin (author)
The ongoing increase in urbanization and traffic congestion creates an urgent need to operate our transportation systems with maximum efficiency. Traffic signal control optimization is considered one of the main ways to solve traffic problems in urban networks. In publications in the field of intelligent transportation systems, a vast amount of...
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Dartee, Kieran (author)
One of the pillars of Dutch municipal decision-making is to stimulate citizen participation in agenda- setting and decision-making (VNG, 2018). Involving citizens in the allocation of the public budget for addressing specific challenges is a novel approach to participatory decision-making. This thesis examines the applicability of the...
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Kong, Yiping (author)
Nowadays, social interaction is often mediated by technology, which makes it possible for people to interact with each other when they are separated. However, most of these technologies target the interaction between 'weak ties' and they cannot support the naturalness and richness offered through face-to-face interaction. Recently, a new type of...
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Cheung, Chun-Yu (author)
The starting point of the thesis is that national CO2 policy options are complex. In other words, that there are non-economic factors that are play at the implementation of the CO2 options. Why do some CO2 options not materialize in the market, despite favorable economic conditions? Current methods for answering such questions are strongly...
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van Buggenum, Laura (author)
Transition experiments are thought to be important tools for achieving transformational change in the urban water system. The governance of these experiments is described as a key factor in the success of these experiments. This paper sets out to operationalize and validate an evaluative scheme for the appraisal of transition experiments. This...
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Pak, Sophie (author)
In this thesis, the applicability of a novel method – the Participatory Value Evaluation method – to the transition towards zero natural gas use at the local level of the case study neighborhood Hengstdal in Nijmegen was researched. The main objective of this thesis is to contribute to the development of the PVE method by researching the...
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Wertenbroek, Nynke (author)
Context - The development of urban icons has become a popular strategy for municipalities to reach envisioned spillover effects, e.g. by boosting the urban image or by functioning as a catalyst in the regeneration of an urban area. These iconic developments are not rarely associated with high public investments, which often tend to be...
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Li, Yadong (author)
Generative adversarial networks (GANs) are a class of generative models, for which the goal is to learn from training data and then to generate data with similar characteristics. Despite the wide use of GANs, a quantitative evaluation method of their performance is lacking. In the current work, we invented a series of artificial datasets,...
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Fioole, Lisanne (author)
A sit-snowboard is a weight supporting mechanism that allows people with lower extremity impairments to perform the sport of snowboarding. Comfort and control of the Twinrider (the only sit-snowboard on the market) are insufficient for advanced riders who reach higher speeds and ride more bumpy slopes. The goal of this study...
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Peuchen, Robert (author)
Body weight support (BWS) systems are widely used in gait rehabilitation. These systems allow patients to gradually increase training intensity and promote independent walking. Currently, there is no standardized method to assess the performance of BWS systems. This work proposes methods and metrics that can be used to assess and compare any...
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Festen, David (author)
In order to be accepted by negotiating parties, negotiation protocols need to be fair and unbiased. We extend the bilateral turn-taking negotiation protocol to multiparty multilateral turn-taking peer negotiation protocols maintaining its fairness properties. We define the de- sign space of such protocols and capture the design decisions that go...
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Rizky Dharmawan, Tubagus (author)
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) potentially can improve the flexibility and management of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). To investigate the impact of SDN on WSN, in this thesis, we consider three Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Network (SD-WSN) frameworks, namely SDN-WISE, SDWN-ONOS, and TinySDN. After comparing these frameworks, the...
master thesis 2017
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Vranas, Georgios (author)
The need of image (frame) acquisitions within short time intervals is of major importance for preclinical SPECT imaging. The short frame times enable higher temporal resolution which is required in bio-distribution and pharmacokinetic studies where fast dynamic imaging is performed. The present study evaluates and compares the performance of two...
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Rahmadhani, Andri (author)
The uprising of Long Range (LoRa) technology for Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) has gained popularity in IoT applications. As LoRa utilizes the license-free ISM-bands, many network providers have deployed their LoRa networks that adhere to the LoRaWAN specification. With so many deployed networks, it is likely that devices belonging to...
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Shamsundar, Ashwini (author)
Internet of Things (IoT) as the name suggests is a network of interconnected devices connected to the internet. There are lot of 802.15.4 network technologies in the market for current implementation of IoT, however, they have critical problems which is preventing IoT to become fully successful. Some of the issues are lack of interoperability,...
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Liang, Yu (author)
News recommendation is a field different from traditional recommendation fields. News articles are created and deleted continuously with a very short life cycle. Users' preference is also hard to model since they can easily be attracted by things happening around them. With all those challenges, traditional recommendation approaches, such as...
master thesis 2017
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