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Dun, Jingwen (author)
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a pivotal technology used to extract text information from images, finding wide-ranging applications in document digitization and medical records management. The integration of machine learning has ushered in an era of swift and precise OCR models. Broadly, OCR comprises two key components: detecting the...
master thesis 2023
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Di Giuseppe Deininger, Giuseppe (author)
During a learning task, keeping a steady attentive state is detrimental for good performance. A person is subject to distraction from different sources, among which distractions originating from within him or herself or from external sources, such as ambient sound. The detection of such distraction can improve the effectiveness of a task by...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Haus, Michael (author), Ott, Jorg (author), Ding, Aaron Yi (author)
For indoor IoT environments, spontaneous device associations are of particular interest where users establish a connection in an ad-hoc manner to enable serendipitous interaction. For instance, between a user's personal device and devices the user encounters in the surrounding environment. Our system for device grouping named DevLoc takes...
conference paper 2020
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Bot, Fanny (author)
Indoor localization provides for a much researched subject, as the complexity and size of many public buildings require extensive and properly designed methods to facilitate location specific processes. Indoor localization entails finding a qualitative description of the occupied area, that is human interpretable, rather than a quantitative...
master thesis 2019
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Salters, I.R. (author)
To meet the growing demand of mobile devices, it is important to regain and re-use the products, components and materials. The first steps are already taken by introducing new business models towards the circular economy. To stimulate these circular business models, suggestions are given how to change customer behaviour towards circular economy...
master thesis 2014
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Güvendik, M. (author)
The lack of literature on using life cycle assessment (LCA) for increasing environmental performance raises the need for concepts or eco-design tools to be combined with LCA to answer the question of how to strategize and take actions based on LCA results. This study intends to address this need by using mobile phones as a case study and...
master thesis 2014
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Bougioukos, D. (author)
The diffusion of mobile devices in the market place has been tremendous in the last several years. Devices such as smartphones and tablets have become a must-have for contemporary consumers. This development has not left enterprises and organizations unaffected as employees express the desire of using the same devices and consumer technologies...
master thesis 2013
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Samaras, V. (author)
In contemporary times IT plays a major role in enterprises’ business processes. Companies pursue the adoption of new technological trends in order to improve their business in terms of both performance and efficiency so that they can keep up with the fierce market competition. However, the introduc tion of cloud computing services and the...
master thesis 2013
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Oikonomidis, I. (author)
Energy profiling is a means to effectively understand the power behavior of smartphone applications. However, no tool that effectively combines portability, accuracy and automation has been proposed yet. In this thesis a new approach is proposed, which sets the basis for such a tool by solving a trace synchronization problem. TRAce Merger uses...
master thesis 2013
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Leufkens, R.T. (author)
Introduction: The nowadays economical developments in emerging countries, like Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) ask for a new approach in global practice for multinational companies. Currently most products for emerging countries are simple modifications or defeatured products based on products first designed for developed economies....
master thesis 2011
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Van Loenen, B. (author)
Location based services (LBS) potentially put the privacy of individuals at risk. The increased possibility to know people’s whereabouts is posing the question of possibility versus desirability with regard to location privacy. The central question that this article aims to answer is how location privacy needs of cell phone users may be balanced...
conference paper 2010
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Wu, S.L. (author)
With the growing usage of mobile devices, manufacturers have to distinguish themselves in their devices to keep their share of the market. Most important is that the consumer is satisfied with a given brand, since then the chances are high that he will stay loyal to that brand when it is time for a new device. A consumer buys a mobile device...
master thesis 2010
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