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Mendoza Lugo, M.A. (author), Morales Napoles, O. (author), Paprotny, D. (author), Koot, P.J.P. (author), Ragno, E. (author)
In this paper we discuss PyBanshee, which is a Python-based open-source implementation of the MATLAB toolbox BANSHEE. PyBanshee constitutes the first fully open-source package to quantify, visualize and validate Non-Parametric Bayesian Networks (NPBNs). The architecture of PyBanshee is heavily based on its MATLAB predecessor. It presents the...
journal article 2023
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van der Heijden, Dante (author)
Since early history, humans have been attracted to coastal areas. This can be related to the economic benefits of these areas due to access of ocean navigation, coastal fisheries, tourism and recreation (Seas and Plans, 2011). Around 40% of the world’s population lives within 100 km of the coast (Seas and Plans, 2011). People are drawn to sandy...
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PAVLAKIS, DIMITRIS (author)
The case study of the outer lock head of the New Terneuzen Lock is considered to investigate the behavior of the Boom Clay and to develop an automated method for improving the deformation predictions in a deep excavation format. The initiative to perform this study was the uncertainty in modeling the Boom Clay behavior during the design and the...
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Swagemakers, Jesse (author)
Accurately predicting the surface transport in the ocean is crucial for estimating the course of marine pollution, which is considered one of the most pressing environmental issues of the 21st century. In the ocean, floating marine pollution is transported by several mechanisms, including waves. Current models predicting the surface transport...
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Burghoorn, Niels (author)
Medical technology has seen great progress over the last centuries, developing increasingly more specialised therapy to benefit human health. The rise of the pharmaceutical industry and the research it drives are contributors to this success. However, in humanity's attempt to tackle more and more complex health issues, the conventional methods...
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Jerez Nova, Kelvin (author)
To estimate wave attenuation by mangrove forests, trees are often schematized as uniform cylinders (over the height) representing a tree’s stem. However, trees have more complex geometrical features that influence the interaction between waves and tree structures. Recent studies have shown that the frontal surface area distribution over the...
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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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Andreadis, Kostas (author)
The last few years have shown promising developments in single-molecule protein sequencing using a biological nanopore. Using only one membrane pore in a salt buffer, an applied potential creates a measurable ion current through the pore’s constriction. If a small molecule passes through the pore, this disruption is visible as a characteristic...
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Al Haydar, Anhar (author)
Dynamic programming languages (DPLs), such as Python and Ruby, are often used for their flexibility and fast development. The absence of static typing can lead to runtime exceptions and reduced program understandability. To overcome these problems, some DPLs have introduced optional static typing. Because of the tedious effort of adding type...
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Mac Gillavry, Merlijn (author)
Researchers at the Delft University of Technology have developed Type4Py: a tool that uses Machine Learning to predict types for Python code. These predictions can be applied by developers to their python code to increase readability and can later be tested by a type-checker for possible type-errors. If a prediction does not return a type-error...
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Vigilanza Lorenzo, Pietro (author)
Machine Learning (ML) models are vulnerable to adversarial samples — human imperceptible changes to regular input to elicit wrong output on a given model. Plenty of adversarial attacks assume an attacker has access to the underlying model or access to the data used to train the model. Instead, in this paper we focus on the effects the data...
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Turk, Mika (author)
Code Completion is advancing constantly, with new research coming out all the time. One such advancement is CodeFill, which converts source files into token sequences for type prediction. To train the CodeFill model, a lot of source files are needed which take a long time to convert before training can begin. Converting the file the end-user is...
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Purcaru, Andrei (author)
The use of open-source packages is a common practice among developers. It decreases the development time and improves maintainability. But adding a dependency to a project comes with inherit risks such as introducing vulnerabilities. A few solutions that help visualize all of the dependencies of a project exist already. However, none provide the...
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Emmen, Jelle (author)
Many important life cycle assessment elements are left out of current energy energy transition evaluation methods, making it impossible to conduct a neutral and long-term assessment of the highly complicated energy transition. Consequently, chosen strategies cannot truly ensure long-term sustainable development due to the emergence of new...
master thesis 2022
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JIN, Yuzhen (author)
Issues such as climate change, ecological conservation and sustainable energy have received a great deal of attention in the last decade. Studies have shown that cities are responsible for major energy use and waste emissions. In dealing with the growing environmental problems, people have to look to the cities they live in. Today, urbanisation...
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Van de Sype, Luka (author)
The severity of natural disasters is increasing every year, having an impact on many people's lives. During the response phase of disasters, airports are important hubs where relief aid arrives while people need to be evacuated out of there. However, the airport often forms a bottleneck in these relief operations, because of the sudden need for...
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Raszka, Patrycja (author)
Quantifying and mapping urban diversity is a newly emerging field of research. In this present thesis, I build on past and ongoing research. I expand diversity mapping to the mapping of commuter diversity. In particular, I map commuter diversity in New York City as a case study, and I demonstrate that areas with tall buildings are the most...
student report 2022
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Witvliet, Mark (author)
master thesis 2022
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Roor, Twanne (author)
Coasts are constantly under the pressure of hydrodynamic conditions such as waves, tides, and storms. In the Netherlands, sand nourishments are executed every few years in order to maintain the country’s sandy beaches for purposes of safety, recreation, and ecology. In order to determine where to carry out these nourishments, the whole sandy...
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Meijer, Caspar (author)
Machine learning models are increasingly being used in fields that have a direct impact on the lives of humans. Often these machine learning models are black-box models and they lack transparency and trust which is holding back the implementation. To increase transparency and trust this research investigates whether imitation learning,...
bachelor thesis 2022
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