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Dugar, Yash (author)
Buildings don’t use energy: People do. Do highly efficient homes really save energy? Counter-intuitively, dwellings that use less energy have low energy efficiency, and those with higher energy consumption have higher efficiency. Moreover, even accurate building energy simulation for multiple buildings could not predict the actual energy...
master thesis 2019
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Bollini, Valentina (author)
Facial expression recognition today is a widely-researched topic with some pertinent applications in human-computer interaction (HCI), surveillance, etc. The diverse range of expressions makes data collection expensive in terms of time and money, making task-specific data collection inconvenient. This thesis project investigates a possible...
master thesis 2018
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Rietdijk, Emiel (author), Verkooijen, Paul (author), Berg, Chris (author)
Nowadays, health care institutions do not only store health care information generated at their own facility, but also information retrieved from other institutions. This distribution of data over different institutions raises problems of duplicate and conflicting data. Recently a new standard for exchanging medical data has been developed: FHIR...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Schoester, Jeroen (author), van der Heijden, Ties (author), Jooste, Nicael (author), Hunink, Niek (author), Schijfsma, Hidde (author), Li, Pui (author)
The Phetchaburi River in Phetchaburi province, Thailand, has a watershed with many different water resource projects. The surrounding farms rely on the Phetchaburi River for irrigation water and the drinking water companies rely on it as a source of water. However, the Phetchaburi basin has problems with yearly floods, salt intrusion and...
student report 2018
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Hiddink, R.Y.J. (author)
Urban transport policy is often formulated in general terms. This makes it hard to define where policy objectives are of importance in an urban network. Also comprehensive evaluation of transport policy is lacking in most cities. Therefore, this research aims to develop a generic approach for policy makers in Dutch cities to make urban transport...
master thesis 2017
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Li, S. (author)
When a sensor network is deployed, we fundamentally care about three main outcomes: to obtain as much data as possible (high delivery rate), to obtain data as fast as possible (low latency), and to obtain data for as long as possible (long lifetime). This last metric, called network lifetime, is of great importance and has been widely...
master thesis 2014
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Vasilopoulos, V. (author)
Traditionally, link quality estimation (LQE) has been viewed as an a priori step in sensor network routing protocols because it filters out unreliable links before data transmission. Recent results, however, show that protocols can perform well without a priori LQE. Because getting rid of LQE seems rather counter-intuitive, the aim of this work...
master thesis 2013
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Van Os, M. (author)
Agent-based modelling is a popular and suitable tool for exploring the possible states of so-called socio-technical systems. These systems consist of both technical artefacts (the physical infrastructure, e.g. pipelines), and many social artefacts (relevant actors and institutions, e.g. end-users and governments), which are intertwined with each...
master thesis 2012
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