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Wang, Chuhan (author)
3D scene reconstruction is a common computer vision task with many applications. The synthesized virtual environments are beneficial for many downstream applications such as 3D modeling, building inspection, virtual reality, etc. As conventional scene reconstruction methods often require expensive data collections and prior information on the...
master thesis 2022
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CHEN, ENPU (author)
In inspection and display scenarios, reconstructing and rendering the entire surface of a building is a critical step in presenting the overall condition of the building. In building reconstruction, most works are based on point clouds because of their enhanced availability. In recent years, neural radiance fields (NeRF) have become a common...
master thesis 2022
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Hirsch, Quentin (author)
In 3D seismic data acquisition, sufficiently dense spatial sampling is most often not possible, because of physical, financial, and temporal constraints. The resulting aliased data is a major obstacle for accurate subsurface images. Therefore, methods are needed to reconstruct these sparse data to an adequate sampling. We develop a novel...
master thesis 2022
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Minigher, Paolo (author)
The reconstruction of the elastic deformed shape of a structure from strain measurements is a field which has received considerable attention over the years. This work aims to suggest some improvements for wing-like structures trying to limit as much as possible the amount of strain measurements needed. In particular, a simple beam model is...
master thesis 2022
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Jiang, Yingfeng (author)
This thesis presents a method for personnel activities observation, i.e., 3D human pose estimation and tracking, in a Catheterization Laboratory(Cath Lab). We mount five cameras from different angles in the Cath Lab, where surgeons and assistants are in similar clothes while doing surgery. Accurate 3D human pose estimation is the cornerstone of...
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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,...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Xu, Jin (author)
Federated learning is a private-by-design distributed learning paradigm where clients train local models on their own data before a central server aggregates their local updates to compute a global model. Depending on the aggregation method used, the local updates are either the gradients or the weights of local learning models. Unfortunately,...
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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...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Wang, Linjun (author)
3D building models play an important role in many real-world applications. Different models are suitable for different application scenarios based on their levels of detail. LOD3 models with facade details are crucial for many applications, such as virtual reality and urban simulation. Currently, 3D building models with lower LOD are largely...
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van der Horst, Noortje (author)
A digital reconstruction of real-life trees could provide many benefits in fields such as botany, forestry management, biology, and urban planning. Plant growth modelling in particular would enable the analysis of plant structure and behaviour in a customizable, widely applicable and non-destructive manner. Although many data-driven plant...
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Buijs, Teun (author)
The tactile internet can be described as the next step of the internet. It can empower people, adding physical interactions to what normally is just an audiovisual experience.<br/>It however does need ultra-low latency. <br/>A solution to having delays can be found in environment simulation.<br/>This paper describes a way to find the correct...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Kools, Pieter (author)
To design more efficient sailing boat sails and to analyze the efficiency of a sail trim on the water, it is very helpful to have the ability to obtain a digital copy of real-life sail configurations. As a step towards obtaining such digital copies, the Sailing Innovation Centre in collaboration with GeoDelta has created point cloud measurements...
master thesis 2022
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Aggariyo Wanagiri, Aggariyo (author)
Low field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners provide a unique low-cost alternative to conventional MRI scanners. Nevertheless, low-field scanners come with drawbacks such as reduced signal-to-noise ratio and resolution, and also distorted images caused by magnetic field inhomogeneity and non-linear gradient fields. Despite this, it still...
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Bekkering, Aleid (author)
MRI has been used worldwide as an imaging modality for decades due to its ability to distinguish between soft tissues. However, MRIs cannot be used in all situations due to their extensive hard- and software. For this reason, research in the field of low-field MRI has been conducted. Low-field MRI systems do not use superconducting magnets but...
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van der Werf, Ids (author)
Sound pressure varies over space and time. Knowledge about this exact behavior has many applications, e.g., room compensation, dereverberation and sound field reconstruction. Inside enclosures, the sound field is influenced by the surroundings, such as the geometry of the enclosure and the materials used.<br/>Reconstructing a satisfying sound...
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Kougioulis, Christos (author)
Permian deposits are found in outcrops and in the subsurface of Southern Tunisia, in the Jeffara Basin. Their stratigraphic and tectonic evolution is not yet fully understood and represents the main focus of this work. Aspects of the Permian system such as, lateral extend of formations, dating and paleo environments are not well constrained....
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Sfikas, Konstantinos (author)
On May 22, 2018, the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow On (GRACE-FO) mission was launched with the goal to map the spatiotemporal variations in the Earth's gravity field and to extend the 15-year monthly mass change observations of its predecessor, the GRACE mission. Similarly to GRACE, the measurement principle of GRACE-FO is based...
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ZHANG, XINYI (author)
Infragravity (IG) waves are long waves whose frequency ranges between 0.005 Hz to 0.04 Hz. The directional properties of IG waves are essential in various engineering fields, but few spectra reconstruction methods have been tested to be robust for the last forty years. In this study, artificial wave signals were created to check the accuracy and...
student report 2022
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van Thiel, T.C. (author)
Modern materials synthesis techniques allowfor the layer-by-layer assimilation of structurally similar, yet compositionally different materials into artificial crystals, with atomic scale precision. At the resulting heterointerfaces, structural, electronic and magnetic reconstructions can lead to physical phenomena that are otherwise absent in...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Budd, J.M. (author)
A large number of modern learning problems involve working with highly interrelated and interconnected data. Graph-based learning is an emerging technique for approaching such problems, by representing this data as a graph (a.k.a. a network). That is, the points of data are represented by the vertices of the graph, and then the edges linking...
doctoral thesis 2022
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