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Naeff, Rens (author)
Problem statement - Damen Shipyards (Damen) wants to use Big Data analysis to gain new market insights and forecast vessel demand. These insights are valuable because Damen keeps standardised vessels in stock in order to significantly reduce delivery times. This concept gives Damen a competitive advantage, but is not without risk since they must...
master thesis 2018
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de Bruijn, Dirk (author)
European shipyards are building increasing amounts of complex ships such as off-shore, dredging or naval ships that are engineered-to-order. The block division is made when only preliminary hull structural design, functional compartments and the location of major equipment are known. The existing production scheduling optimization algorithms use...
master thesis 2017
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Bronkhorst, Joris (author)
The amount of photovoltaic (PV) systems in the world is growing rapidly. The designing process is however still old fashioned and mostly done by hand. Creating a method to automatically design these PV systems can help to stimulate this growing market even further. In this thesis a research is done
into the development of an automatic PV...
master thesis 2017
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Zhang, Ruiling (author)
Lighting systems are attracting many researchers and companies to investigate the potential of light beyond illumination, by creating new smart illumination systems or developing indoor positioning methods. The main challenge in realizing novel systems is to process light information in such a way that new insights are discovered. There are...
master thesis 2017
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Bruyn, Tim (author)
This report is a discussion of the 1984 report 'An automatic proof procedure for several geometries' by Th. Bruyn and H.L. Claasen, inspired by a personal desire to understand the work of Th. Bruyn. See: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:b768c6ce-f625-4236-9b0b-32a47fab143e
Bruyn and Claasen prove that certain true propositions of the theory...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Pujahari, Abhinav (author)
Sound spatialization is a natural, intuitive but sparsely researched topic in multi-track audio mixing. Although a lot of research has been devoted to the automatic fader gain settings, addition of dynamic range equalization and related effects, delay and Reverb have taken a backseat. The dichotomy in the artistic and engineering approaches to...
master thesis 2017
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Albeda, J. (author)
Affect-adaptive systems are dependent on their ability to automatically recognize a user’s affective state. This study aims to contribute to the creation of an affect-adaptive system that can recognize negative moods of elderly in care homes from a video feed, and improve it by adapting the lighting in the room. An affective database of videos...
master thesis 2016
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Moors, J. (author)
Small leaks in water supply networks often remain undiscovered, resulting in large amounts of lost water. Moreover, small leaks can grow larger over time and may result in pipe bursts, having negative consequences for the surroundings. An automatic leak localization method is required to decrease the search area and hence localize small leaks...
master thesis 2016
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Wammes, M. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Krishnakumari, P.K. (author)
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease which is hard to diagnose objectively and may vary based on the surgeon. This disease is usually diagnosed by measuring several characteristic features of Hip X-rays mainly the joint distance between the femoral head and acetabular cup. Hip joint distance reduction is a clear symptom of...
master thesis 2015
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Schellingerhout, J. (author)
Decision Support Systems (DSSs) that are used nowadays by water managers often predict states that do not correspond with the observed states. This is caused by changing parameters in the real systems, while the parameters used in the current DSSs are kept at a fixed level or follow a temporal pattern that does not always represents reality....
master thesis 2014
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Feenstra, C.J. (author)
At the VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, a new process for total ear reconstruction is being developed. The current ear reconstruction process involves the sculpting of a scaffold which will be wrapped in skin to form the shape of the new ear. This requires the harvesting of large amounts of rib cartilage needed for construction of the...
master thesis 2014
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Van Winden, K.B.A. (author)
There are many applications that use maps, and more detailed the maps are, more applications can benefit from the map. Many maps are still manually created and also the underlying attributes are informed in a manual process. This thesis presents a method to automatically derive and update attribute road data by mining and analyzing movement...
master thesis 2014
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Donkers, S. (author)
CityGML is a standardized data format used to store the semantic information and geometries of buildings and other object classes of 3D city models. The Level of Detail of current state of the art city models (LoD2) is not sufficient for accurate environmental simulations like noise, the solar potential of windows and other types of analyses. An...
master thesis 2013
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Tasoglou, A. (author)
The world of systems and control guides more of our lives than most of us realize. Most of the products we rely on today are actually systems comprised of mechanical, electrical or electronic components. Engineering these complex systems is a challenge, as their ever growing complexity has made the analysis and the design of such systems an...
master thesis 2013
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Krebs, T.J.P. (author)
How can you define automatic maps on the Gaussian integers? The two key components of an automatic map are an automaton, and a numeration system that represents every Gaussian integer at least once. We start by giving a brief introduction to automata and language theory, and go on to establish the existence of a numeration system for the...
master thesis 2013
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Groot, K.J. (author)
Laminar to turbulent transition has an important role in the aerospace domain in view of its impact on aerodynamic drag and, regarding the high velocity regime, heat transfer. State of the art computational methods, like DNS, LES and RANS are found to be too expensive or rely on case dependent turbulence models to be used for obtaining...
master thesis 2013
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Oppedijk, P.L. (author)
In sports, the use of motion-capture techniques increases, leading to a fast increase in valuable motion data. Automatic recognition and classification of the captured motions, provides an orderly structuring of the motion data. By this the users can easily retrieve specific motion data. In this thesis, we consider the automatic classification...
master thesis 2013
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Van der Tuin, M. (author), Reijm, A.B. (author), De Jong, T.K. (author), Smits, J. (author)
WebLab is an online academic tool used to improve education by providing a framework for teachers to supply a higher quantity and quality of assignments to students. Currently this system is being used in a variety of courses including the Concepts of Programming Languages course taught to bachelor students at the Delft University of Technology....
bachelor thesis 2013
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Chan, P.K.M. (author)
One of the main challenges in Multi-disciplinary Design Optimisation (MDO) is the interoperability of heterogeneous simulation tools. Some researches have reported that, due to these interoperability issues, only around 20% of the product development time is spent on analyses and creative design tasks. Clearly, there is a lot to gain, when it...
master thesis 2013
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