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Vreugdenhil, Wilco (author)
The technological advancements in the automotive industry have enabled the automation of numerous routine driving tasks. As a result, the art of driving has become a control task with a strong supervisory character, including the common human factor issues. Haptic Shared Control has been shown to be useful in keeping the driver in-the-loop by...
master thesis 2019
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de Jong, Richard (author)
Persistent surveillance is an urgent proficiency. For security, surveillance cameras are a strong asset as they support the automatic tracking of people and are directly interpretable by a human operator. Radar on the other hand can be used under a broad range of circumstances: radar can penetrate mediums such as clouds, fogs, mist and snow, and...
master thesis 2019
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Schornagel, Charlotte (author)
master thesis 2018
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Hoekstra, Gerald (author)
The introduction and obligation of tendering PT (concessions) in Europe has led to more focus on cost-efficiency and contracts. An additional effect in regional PT is the increase of undesirable boundaries between train and bus, e.g. in the form of non-aligned tariffs and bad interchange possibilities. The goal of a multimodal concession is to...
master thesis 2018
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van Dam, Wirdmer (author)
Freight transport is an essential component of the economy, as among other things it ensures the availability of finished goods to consumers. Synchromodal transport is a new transport method that aims to use real-time and flexible switching among different modes of transport according to the latest logistics information, to utilise the different...
master thesis 2017
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Achmadnoer Sukma Wicaksana, Sukma (author)
Video blogs (vlogs) are a popular media form for people to present themselves. In case a vlogger would be a job candidate, vlog content can be useful for automatically assessing the candidate's traits, as well as potential interviewability. Using a dataset from the CVPR ChaLearn competition, we build a model predicting Big Five personality trait...
master thesis 2017
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Chandrasekharan Nair, Sreejith (author)
Speech is a natural way of communicating that does not require us to develop any new skills in order to be able to interact with electronic devices. With the evolution of technology, speech has become one of the primary means of communication. Speech recognition is a form of multimedia content analysis, where the information carried in a speech...
master thesis 2017
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Bos, S. (author)
This thesis describes how multimodal sensor data from a 3D sensor and microphone array can be processed with deep neural networks such that its fusion, the trained neural network, is a) more robust to noise, b) outperforms unimodal recognition and c) enhances unimodal recognition in absence of multimodal data. We built a framework for a complete...
master thesis 2017
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Albeda, J. (author)
Affect-adaptive systems are dependent on their ability to automatically recognize a user’s affective state. This study aims to contribute to the creation of an affect-adaptive system that can recognize negative moods of elderly in care homes from a video feed, and improve it by adapting the lighting in the room. An affective database of videos...
master thesis 2016
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Chen, Z. (author)
The title of my master thesis is “Using time-dependent route choice model to analyze the profitability of multimodal transport in flower industry -- From the perspective of buyers of the FloraHolland”. The report aims to analyze the profitability of cut flower transport using multimodal transport in short/medium-distance by building a time...
master thesis 2015
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Willemsen, D.R.S. (author)
Currently 75% of children with a visual impairment attend regular schools. Schools are digitizing, which poses both advantages as well as threads to the education of students who are blind. With help of VoiceOver or refreshable braille displays, digital textual information has become accessible to the student, however, there is no solution...
master thesis 2015
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Kappers, J.G. (author)
Whether travelling by aircraft, train or roads or a combination thereof, the EU aims to reduce the door-to-door travel time within Europe to approximately four hours overall travel time. This goal is hard to reach, especially when flights already take three hours or more. Since aircraft realistically can’t fly faster without going supersonic or...
master thesis 2014
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Loer, F. (author)
The lobby of the Metropole, a habitable bridge in Rotterdam In our mobilized epoch considered as the network era, hubs are crucial devices for the orchestration of our cities. Road and building mediate in the quality of our cityscapes like the Randstad in which we live as continuous commuters. The habitable bridge is used as the ultimate...
master thesis 2013
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Ulloa, C. (author)
This thesis explores the links between the concepts of Transit Oriented Development and urban regeneration, studying the design variables for the creation of high quality urban environments in station areas and the spin off effects of station area developments on the existing urban context. Two lines of works are defined in this research, a...
master thesis 2011
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Heimeriks, D.F.M. (author)
The position of multimodal transfer nodes, on the edge of the city, are of increasing importance in the contemporary daily (city) life. Transfer nodes are a moment of condensated movement in the mobile world, and do have a high potential of human activity and social interaction. The transfer node could functions as an urban node; a place for...
master thesis 2011
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Janssen, M.J. (author)
Introduction Daily approximately 150.000 individual travel movements are conducted by passengers and Schiphol-workers to and from Schiphol. For this they use cars, taxis, busses, shut-tles, trains, motorcycles, scooters and bicycles. As such Schiphol is Holland’s biggest mobility node. Understandably this makes accessibility of vital importance....
master thesis 2011
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Wildenbeest, J.G.W. (author)
In teleoperations, haptic feedback allows the human operator to touch the remote environment. Yet it is only partially understood to what extent the quality of haptic feedback contributes to human-in-the-loop task performance. This paper presents a human factors experiment in which telemanipulated task performance is assessed for three stages of...
master thesis 2010
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Kanjanapanyakom, R. (author)
A research and design package development of the informal mobility in Bangkok to promote multi modality
master thesis 2010
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Van Vulpen, M. (author)
Emotions are part of our lives. Emotions can enhance the meaning of our communication. However, communication with computers is still done by keyboard and mouse. In this human-computer interaction there is no room for emotions, whereas if we would communicate with machines the way we do in face-to-face communication much information can be...
master thesis 2008
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Van den Haak, W.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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