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Backers, Frederiek (author)
Out of Home advertising is traditional outdoor advertising. Over the last decade the digital Out of Home advertising possibilities have grown substantially. These possibilities include hour-based advertisement schedules, rapidly implemented changes to advertisements and obtaining location data from consumers being exposed to advertisements....
bachelor thesis 2022
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Mulder, Max (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van der El, Kasper (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author)
Mathematical human control models are widely used in tuning manual control systems and understanding human performance. Human behavior is commonly described using linear time-invariant models, averaging-out all non-linear and time-varying effects, which are gathered into the remnant. These models are limited in their capability to capture...
journal article 2022
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van Tol, Berend (author)
In this thesis we study criticality in the context of the dissipative Abelian sandpile model. The model is linked to a simple trapped random walk, giving a practical method to determine criticality for certain landscapes of dissipative sites. The main results concern the lifetime of the random walk, especially the divergence of its first moment...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Zaat, Justin (author)
The Abelian sandpile model was first introduced by Bak, Tang and Wiesenfeld in 1987. Since then, a lot of researchers have studied this model and similar models, all related by the concept of self-organized criticality. In this thesis, we study a variant on the classical model where dissipative and anti-dissipative vertices are incorporated in...
bachelor thesis 2019
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van Wiechen, Hidde (author)
The normal distribution is a very important distribution in probability theory and statisticsand has a lot of unique properties and characterizations. In this report we look at the proof of two of these characterizations and create counterparts of a normal distribution on abstract spaces, such as vector spaces and groups, which we shall call...
bachelor thesis 2018
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van Erp, H.R.N. (author)
We present here a Bayesian framework of risk perception. This framework encompasses plausibility judgments, decision making, and question asking. Plausibility judgments are modeled by way of Bayesian probability theory, decision making is modeled by way of a Bayesian decision theory, and relevancy judgments are modeled by way of a Bayesian...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Lee, Alexander (author)
Deriving the location of the maximum of a Brownian Motion with downward quadratic drift. Proving it is welldefined then finding an algorithmic method to simplify expressions of the moments.
bachelor thesis 2017
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Mandai, S. (author), Venialgo, E. (author), Charbon, E. (author)
We present an optimization technique utilizing order statistics with a multichannel digital silicon photomultiplier (MD-SiPM) for timing measurements. Accurate timing measurements are required by 3D rangefinding and time-of-flight positron emission tomography, to name a few applications. We have demonstrated the ability of the MD-SiPM to detect...
journal article 2014
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Fraanje, P.R. (author), Rice, J. (author), Verhaegen, M. (author), Doelman, N. (author)
Efficient and optimal prediction of frozen flow turbulence using the complete observation history of the wavefront sensor is an important issue in adaptive optics for large ground-based telescopes. At least for the sake of error budgeting and algorithm performance, the evaluation of an accurate estimate of the optimal performance of a particular...
journal article 2010
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Van Aert, S. (author), Van Dyck, D. (author), Den Dekker, A.J. (author)
The resolution of coherent and incoherent imaging systems is usually evaluated in terms of classical resolution criteria, such as Rayleigh’s. Based on these criteria, incoherent imaging is generally concluded to be ‘better’ than coherent imaging. However, this paper reveals some misconceptions in the application of the classical criteria, which...
journal article 2006
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Jongeling, T.H.G. (author), Verheij, H.J. (author), Wal, M. van der (author), Leeuwestein, W. (author)
report 2000
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Carmeliet, J. (author), De Borst, R. (author)
journal article 1995
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Valk, C.F. de (author), Otta, A.K. (author)
report 1993
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Roos, N. (author)
In this thesis, which consists of two parts, two different subjects are discussed. In the first part of the thesis a logic for reasoning with inconsistent knowledge will be described. The second part of the thesis contains a proposal for to view a reasoning process as a process of constructing a partial model of the world we are reasoning about....
report 1991
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Wal, M. van der (author)
report 1990
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Roos, N. (author)
In this paper two kinds of uncertainty, general and specific uncertainty, are distinguished. General uncertainty denotes an uncertainty about which objects of a class belong to a relation. Sentences in which it occurs can be view as describing incomplete knowledge. An example of such a sentence is: "Most humans have brown eyes". Specific...
report 1989
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Moek, G. (author)
The problem of estimating the probability of vertical overlap in possible future airway systems with a vertical separation standard of 1000 ft above Flight Level 290 is addressed. It forms part of an overall safety assessment of such potential systems. The problem is solved by developing a mathematical probability model of the vertical distance...
report 1988
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Groothuizen, R.J.P. (author)
In this report several methods for modeling uncertainty in expert systems are discussed. An overview is given of methods used in various existing expert systems and an attempt is made to put these methods into their proper perspective.
report 1986
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