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Dobriţa, Alexandra (author)
Motivated by the desire to bring intelligent processing at the Edge, enabling online learning on resource- and latency-constrained embedded devices has become increasingly appealing, as it has the potential to tackle a wide range of challenges: on the one hand, it can deal with on-the-fly adaptation to fast sensor-generated streams of data under...
master thesis 2024
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Chai, Anbang (author)
The Optimal Power Flow (OPF) problem, a cornerstone of power system operations, has gained increased attention since its inception by Carpentier in 1962. OPF is fundamentally an optimization challenge aimed at enhancing electric power system operations within the bounds of physical and operational constraints. Over the decades, various...
master thesis 2024
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Eickhoff, Jerrit (author)
Online gaming is the world’s largest entertainment industry by revenue, and supports over 3 billion consumers worldwide. Many of the world’s most popular online games must manage millions of concurrent players through a single unified service. Achieving performant and scalable online games is challenging. Online games are subject to stringent...
master thesis 2024
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Sara Boby, Sara (author)
In the field of fluid mechanics, there has been a significant shift towards the integration of machine and deep learning techniques to address challenges in reduced-order modeling, flow feature analysis, and control, especially within the realm of active flow control (AFC) for objectives such as lift optimization and drag reduction. Deep...
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Aslan, F.A. (author), Iosifidis, G. (author), Ayala-Romero, Jose A. (author), Garcia-Saavedra, Andres (author), Costa-Perez, Xavier (author)
O-RAN systems and their deployment in virtualized general-purpose computing platforms (O-Cloud) constitute a paradigm shift expected to bring unprecedented performance gains. However, these architectures raise new implementation challenges and threaten to worsen the already-high energy consumption of mobile networks. This paper presents first...
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Rojas-Padilla, Eduardo (author), Metze, T.A.P. (author), Dewulf, Art (author)
The influence of visualizations on decision-making about controversial policy issues is increasingly recognized in the political and policy sciences. In this paper, we explore how combinations of visuals and text on Twitter (now X) lead to the formation of networks of actors sharing similar textual and visual framings about a policy issue in...
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Campos, Neila (author), Corlu, Canan G. (author), Nogal Macho, M. (author), Juan, Angel A. (author), Caliz, Cristina (author)
This paper explores the use of simulation-based training for mathematical learning in undergraduate and graduate mathematics, science, and engineering courses. Simulation-based training offers the advantages of active learning and inquiry-based learning techniques. Furthermore, it provides extensive flexibility, ranging from user-level usage...
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Luna, Juan Daniel Torres (author), Rangaswamy Kuppuswamy, S.K. (author), Akhmerov, A.R. (author)
Braiding of Majorana states demonstrates their non-Abelian exchange statistics. One implementation of braiding requires control of the pairwise couplings between all Majorana states in a trijunction device. To have adiabaticity, a trijunction device requires the desired pair coupling to be sufficiently large and the undesired couplings to...
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Vergara d'Alençon, L.M. (author), van der Watt, A. (author), Tempels Moreno Pessoa, Igor (author), Newton, C.E.L. (author)
Rethink the City supports the co-production of knowledge through collaborative efforts of the global community. Its ambition to broaden the academic study of urban challenges to underrepresented geographies is reflected in its form: A free, online course inclusive to all, regardless of location or background. However, despite its benefits,...
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Moukarzel, Sara (author), Zlatar, Zvinka Z. (author), Hartman, Sheri J. (author), Lomas, J.D. (author), Feldman, Howard H. (author), Banks, Sarah J. (author)
INTRODUCTION: With Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) representing an enormous public health challenge, there is a need to support individuals in learning about and addressing their modifiable risk factors (e.g., diet, sleep, and physical activity) to prevent or delay dementia onset. However, there is limited availability for...
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Oud, Michelle (author), Breedveld, Sebastiaan (author), Rojo-Santiago, Jesús (author), Giżyńska, Marta Krystyna (author), Kroesen, Michiel (author), Habraken, S.J.M. (author), Perko, Z. (author), Heijmen, Ben (author), Hoogeman, M.S. (author)
Objective. In head-and-neck cancer intensity modulated proton therapy, adaptive radiotherapy is currently restricted to offline re-planning, mitigating the effect of slow changes in patient anatomies. Daily online adaptations can potentially improve dosimetry. Here, a new, fully automated online re-optimization strategy is presented. In a...
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Marin, L. (author), Vică, Constantin (author)
The phenomenon of missed interactions between online users is a specific issue occurring when users of different language games interact on social media platforms. We use the lens of institutional theory to analyze this phenomenon and argue that current online institutions will necessarily fail to regulate user interactions in a way that...
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Cheng, Ji (author), Xue, Bo (author), Jiaxiang, Y. (author), Zhang, Qingfu (author)
Multi-objective Stochastic Linear bandit (MOSLB) plays a critical role in the sequential decision-making paradigm, however, most existing methods focus on the Pareto dominance among different objectives without considering any priority. In this paper, we study bandit algorithms under mixed Pareto-lexicographic orders, which can reflect...
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Weijers, Robert J. (author), de Koning, Björn B. (author), Scholten, Ester (author), Wong, L.Y.J. (author), Paas, Fred (author)
Asking questions is vital for learning, yet students seldom exhibit this behavior. Given the increasing presence of online classrooms in tertiary education, it is much needed to examine ways to encourage students to ask questions and increase their engagement. Despite the critical role of asking questions to enhance learning, little is known...
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de Blok, Layla (author)
Grief is a complex experience without a specific endpoint. It follows a unique path for each person. Many support sources are available, but finding support that fits is difficult. This inspired Verening Leven met Dood to develop the Rouw Wegwijzer, an online platform that provides personalised grief support. The focus of this thesis is to...
master thesis 2023
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Veneti, Theodoros (author)
Stream Processing Engines (SPEs) are called upon to help solve problems around big and volatile data, while satisfying the needs for near real-time processing. In order for such systems to be considered effective solutions to such problems at scale, efficient elasticity and non dataflow-disturbing reconfiguration operations within are a...
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Zhang, Qixiu (author)
How to enhance communication between people is always an interesting topic in the design area. After going through the research, the author set the specific context for online counselling due to the increasing demand for online counselling during the COVID-19 pandemic. The online format limits a lot of non-verbal information like body language,...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Yu (author)
This report outlines the key challenges faced by customers when purchasing smart lighting products through different online presentations. With the user-centered approach and the report serves as an initial step in exploring the design aspects of online retailing pages for light products. By focusing on the user and light experience, this report...
master thesis 2023
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Džiugaitė, Neda (author)
Software testing is a necessary aspect of software development. With high expectations placed on software testers and a shortage of qualified professionals, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have emerged as a potential solution to improve software testing education. MOOCs provide accessible education and can offer a comprehensive review of...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Rijm, Matthijs (author)
Involvement in an online setting has become increasingly more important in a rapidly digitizing world. Previous research has suggested that lexical alignment is an effective method for increasing interpersonal involvement. Multi-modal systems exist for analysing involvement, but the lexical alignment modality is not commonly used in these. This...
bachelor thesis 2023
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