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van Roessel, L. (author)
Active inference is a process theory arising from neuroscience which casts perception, action, planning and learning under one optimisation criterion: minimisation of free energy. Current literature on the implementation of discrete state-space active inference focuses on scalability, the comparison to reinforcement learning and its performance...
master thesis 2020
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Kapadia, Husain (author)
Listening in noise is a challenging problem that affects the hearing capability of not only normal hearing but especially hearing impaired people. Since the last four decades, enhancing the quality and intelligibility of noise corrupted speech by reducing the effect of noise has been addressed using statistical signal processing techniques as...
master thesis 2019
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Dierickx, Jan (author)
A surrogate model for vortex generator flows has been created. This was done by developing a framework to generate a reduced order approximation of a discrete optimized source-term on a uniform grid. The discrete optimized source term uses the flow field of a vortex generator simulation with a body-fitted mesh (BFM) as objective. The reduced...
master thesis 2019
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Hermans, Carlos (author)
This thesis investigates several kinds of models of describing multi-commodity dynamical flow. Three models have been developed for a spatial logistic network, on which packages are delivered by vehicles and another<br/>model was developed to describe interactions between the customers, the stores and the deliverers, which does not explicitly...
master thesis 2019
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Kaak, Davey (author)
During a digital fraud investigation the search for relevant information in mailboxes of custodians is like finding a needle in a haystack. This time consuming task can, on various levels, be improved and made more efficient. Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is already one of the available machine learning algorithms that helps speeding up the...
master thesis 2019
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