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Smeets, Lucy (author)
Sorting systems form an example of event driven systems. These types of systems are referred to as discrete event systems (DES), and they consist of jobs that need to be performed at available resources. In an autonomous sorting system, jobs consist of robots receiving and delivering parcels at the correct locations. With scheduling, optimal...
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Wentges, Berend (author)
Railway networks are subjected to disruptions on a daily basis, which may make the timetable unimplementable, which in its turn may significantly influence passenger satisfaction. In practice, train dispatchers are responsible for mitigating the influence of disruptions, such as delays of trains, train cancellations, and overcrowdedness at...
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Zhang, Peter (author)
Peer-to-peer trading and energy communities have garnered much attention over the last few years due to the wider spread of distributed energy resources. Much research has been performed on the mechanisms and methodologies behind their implementation and realisation. However, the efficiency and micro-structure of trading in such markets raise...
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de Priester, Costijn (author)
This work introduces the Surrogate Advisory System (SAS), a Python package that aims to reduce the existing complexity when working with surrogate-based MDAO systems. SAS automates most of the steps for a CPACS-based MDAO workflow and drastically reduces required efforts to integrate surrogate models within MDAO systems. Key developments...
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Jordan, Sebastian (author)
In recent years, the large increase in connected devices and the data that is collected by these devices has caused a heightened interest in distributed processing. Many practical distributed networks are of heterogeneous nature. Because of this, algorithms operating within these networks need to be simple, robust against network dynamics and...
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CHEN, QINGLU (author)
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Mijnster, Stijn (author)
Shared mobility systems allow individuals to rent vehicles on an as-needed basis. The benefit of this is that these individuals does not have to buy the vehicle themselves and only pay for its use. These shared mobility systems are becoming increasingly popular due to the fact that sharing vehicles means fewer are required and fewer resources...
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Xanthopoulos, Stavros (author)
Nowadays, urban areas are exposed to various challenges such as climate change, social inequalities, and congestion. Mobility hubs present the opportunity to reshape our cities and mitigate the previously mentioned problems by contributing to a more sustainable and equitable transport system. This thesis defines mobility hubs as places where...
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Yarally, Tim (author)
In this work, we look at the intersection of Sustainable Software Engineering and AI engineering known as Green AI. AI computing is rapidly becoming more expensive, calling for a change in design philosophy. We consider both training and inference of neural networks used for image vision; to reveal energy-efficient practices in an exploratory...
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Perrenet, Joris (author)
The goal of seismic imaging is to create a model of the subsurface from samples of a transmitted wavefield that is reflected in soil layers.<br/>The created model can be used to locate storage possibilities for CO2 or H2 or to find oil and gas reservoirs or other natural resources.<br/>Seismic imaging relies on the propagation of wavefields,...
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Contreras Navarro, Francisco (author)
Small islands that support urban communities provide a unique opportunity to study the urban water cycle, its energy needs, and possible links to renewable energy. The aim of this paper is to explore to what extent an island’s urban water cycle and the renewable electricity production system required to satisfy the urban water cycle’s demand can...
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Bijman, Matthijs (author)
Dataflow analysis is a powerful tool used for program optimization, static analysis, and editor services for many programming languages. Spoofax, a language workbench, contains a domain-specific language called FlowSpec for the definition of control-flow and dataflow semantics that language developers can use to implement dataflow analyses for...
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Veenman, Victor (author)
Due to human advancement in recent centuries, extinction rates of animals and plants around the earth have greatly risen. Conservation biology, the study of conservation of nature and earth’s biodiversity, aims to protect species from these increasing extinction rates.<br/>Phylogenetic diversity is a measure for biodiversity that can help in...
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Wang, T. (author)
The therapeutic properties of light have been known for thousands of years, but photodynamic therapy (PDT) was only developed in the last century. Currently, PDT is in clinical trials for the oncology-the treatment of head and neck, brain, lung, pancreas, abdominal cavity, breast, prostate, and skin cancer. Advantages of the light-based...
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de Vries, Joël (author)
Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) launch vehicles are capable of reaching orbit while being potentially fully reusable. A technology capable of enabling SSTO access to space is the air-breathing engine, which has a high specific impulse and low thrust-over-weight (T/W) ratio compared to conventional rocket engines. This necessitates the use of a...
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Kordyl, Agata (author)
The Multi-Level Bin Packing problem is a generalisation of the widely-known NP-hard Bin Packing problem. This work aims to investigate approaching this problem, as well as a version including Class Constraints, through integer programming. By modelling the problems in two ways: standard, and with a network flow approach. The studying of the...
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Sjerps, Thomas (author)
Chromostereoscopic images encode depth as colour, with the red part of the visible spectrum encoding nearby depths and the blue part encoding far-away depths. However, when encoding a regular image with its depth, the generated colours may not match with the original colours in the image. Following a user study, a technique has been developed...
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Koniari, Anna Maria (author)
This thesis continues the investigation in the direction of exploring the potential regarding the use of Topology Optimization techniques for the design of cast glass structures. Previous theses in TU Delft have underlined the large potential for the design of these megaliths, but at the same time they have also underlined the strong limitations...
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van Veen, Floris (author)
Model extraction attacks are attacks which generate a substitute model of a targeted victim neural network. It is possible to perform these attacks without a preexisting dataset, but doing so requires a very high number of queries to be sent to the victim model. This is otfen in the realm of several million queries. The more difficult the...
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Pleunes, Jelle (author)
In this paper, a variant of the resource-constrained project scheduling problem is discussed. This variant introduces time-dependence for resource capacities and requests, making the problem a more realistic model for many practical applications such as production scheduling and medical research project planning. The main aim of this paper is to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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