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el Hassnaoui, Mounir (author)
Long before humans will completely trust fully automated vehicles, partial and conditional automation where the human driver is still in the loop will dominate the era of autonomous vehicles. However, more than 90% of traffic accidents are due to human errors, of which approximately half appear to be due to perceptual errors. Especially at busy...
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Katsaounis, Georgios (author)
Recent advances in sensor technology have lead to increased resolution of novel sensors, while tracking applications where distance between sensors and objects of interest is very small have gained research interest recently. In these cases, it is possible that multiple sensor detections are generated by each object of interest. Extended Object...
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Wijlens, Rowenna (author)
Pilots’ manual flying skills have notably reduced due to the increase in flight deck automation over the last decades. This has resulted in a growing concern that today pilots lack the skills to safely and successfully prevent or recover from unexpected aircraft upset events or to take over controls after a sudden transition to manual flying....
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Wolfs, Rimsky (author)
Meteors have been observed by accident from geostationary orbit (GEO). It is of interest for surveillance, meteor science and the updating of empirical models to know what instruments are needed on a GEO satellite to observe meteors and re-entering capsules in Earth ‘s atmosphere. A re-entry simulation code is written to fill the gap of missing...
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de Graaf, Jurjan (author)
Fascicle shear is theoretically a mechanism by which skeletal muscles lengthen. Existing ultrasound based techniques allow measurement of muscle architecture parameters, but not the quantification of shear strain. In this study, an algorithm that tracks the shear strain from ultrasound images using a continuum representation of the muscle was...
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Blom, Jari (author)
Vision based control allows Micro Air Vehicles (MAV) to move autonomously in GPS-denied environments, for example in indoor applications. An open issue in this field is landing on an unknown platform. The difficulty in visual control w.r.t. such an unknown platform, is a lack of scale. Without knowledge of the scale of offsets and object sizes ...
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Mullenders, Vincent (author)
Imagine standing under a load with a weight equivalent to more than 5,000 Tesla’s model X. Panicking is not an option and you need to be fully focused on completing a crucial task. There is no option to leave this precarious situation and your contribution is vital to the success of a multi-million dollar project. Sounds frightening, right?...
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Granato, Giovanni (author)
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Overtoom, Jelle (author)
A relatively new and not rather common technique in construction industry is the use of 3D printers to print architectural structures and buildings. Nowadays, parts of the printed object are build in inside environments, where after the parts have to be transported to their desired location, which is very costly and time consuming. A solution...
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Generowicz, Bas (author)
High frame rate Doppler ultrasound imaging provides a new way to image blood motion at thousands of frames per second. It has gained popularity due to its high spatio-temporal resolution, which is re- quired to distinguish blood motion from clutter signals caused by slow moving tissue. Since the flow of blood inside the brain is coupled to...
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Pieters, Marc (author)
This thesis describes an experiment investigating the effects of motion filter order on human manual control tracking behavior and performance. The experiment was performed on two simulators: the Vertical Motion Simulator at NASA Ames Research Center and the SIMONA Research Simulator at Delft University of Technology. Eighteen pilots in the...
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Yang, Hongyu (author)
Occlusion and crossing in Multi-Person Tracking always influence the tracking results. In this paper, we show how deep Re-Identification (ReID), which aims at matching pedestrians across non-overlapping video cameras, can be used to improve the occlusion problem on tracking. The learned ReID feature is more robust than other features used in...
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Looijestijn, Anouk (author)
Introduction. Air traffic controllers (ATCo’s) are responsible for a safe and efficient air traffic flow, and therefore, they are required to be excellent in conflict detection. Various studies have uncovered relationships between conflict geometry (e.g., conflict angle) and operators’ abilities to detect conflicts. However, little is...
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Rajkov, Dusan (author)
Due to the complexity of aircraft spare part management, the aviation supply chain and ecosystem are not deemed as transparent as desired. As a result, participants face additional cost of communication and compliancy as proprietary component data is not made immediately accessible. To solve these problems, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)...
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Turcios Rodriguez, Elsa (author)
Tracking is a pervasive mechanism across the web which is capable to trace and collect users’ online data. One of the most widely used mechanisms for tracking are cookies, and they are used to deliver online behavioral advertisement. Since these mechanisms pose a threat to privacy, the E-Privacy Directive was created as the regional legal...
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Elvira, Rina (author)
In the era of open government, citizens are one of the stakeholders of a country. With the emerging concept of transparency and accountability, supported by ICTs deployments in government areas, citizens have more access to the government. Budget is among the many areas within governments that have utilized ICTs for many purposes, one of them is...
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Richa, Eduardo (author)
The detection of unusual behavior plays a crucial role in the prevention of illegal and harmful activities such as smuggling, piracy, arms trading, human trafficking and illegal immigration. Also for military applications, it is useful to detect anomalous behavior to provide an alert for potential threats, especially with the more recent...
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Haring, Marielle (author)
In hospitals, the duration of surgical procedures vary even when the same procedure is performed.
Surgical end-time of the procedure is currently predicted using historical data about similar procedures,
the procedure time and sometimes an indication of the operating surgeon is also taken into account.
After the start of the...
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Liu, Songshan (author)
About 65 million global disable population require a wheelchair to keep mobility. However, long-term depending on wheelchairs has intensified the burden on the social economy and brought enormous challenges to wheelchair users health. Physical issues such as body pain, pressure sore, muscle injury and weakness, and cardiopulmonary weakness...
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Huigsloot, Menno (author)
High performance machines such as those used in the semiconductor industry, robotics or racing engines have lots of fast moving parts. The dynamic properties of these moving parts are crucial to the performance of the machine. Therefore these moving parts have to be carefully designed which is often a very time consuming iterative process. In...
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