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Banken, Herman (author)
Reactive Programming is a way of programming designed to provide developers with the right abstractions for creating systems that use streams of data. Traditional debug tools lack support for the abstractions provided, causing developers to fallback to the most rudimentary debug tool available: printf-debugging. In this work, we design a...
master thesis 2017
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Spruit, N. (author)
As new bugs are discovered continuously, software developers often face the task of locating and fixing the defect causing the failure, called debugging. Based on the absence of behavioral studies on this subject in literature, this study aims to get more insights into how developers think of debugging and how they debug in their IDE. To this...
master thesis 2016
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Van Straten, J. (author)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of a VLIW processor and associated caches based on the ρ-VEX concept. An ρ-VEX processor must be dynamically (runtime) reconfigurable to behave as a single large processor, two medium-sized processors, or four small processors. This allows a scheduler to optimize for energy and/or performance...
student report 2016
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Gupta, R.K. (author)
Electronic companies are increasingly using field-programmable gate arrays in various domains such as application acceleration, complex digital designs or ASIC prototyping. The Verification phase holds a significant place in the FPGA design development process. A key challenge during verification is observability. This is defined as the ability...
master thesis 2015
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Ramamurthy, P.P. (author)
The need for increased computing capability and more diverse hardware with its evermore complex topologies continues to grow. The use of multicore processors, which is quite established in the desktop computers, is gaining importance in the embedded systems for industrial applications. Because of the complexity of the environment and the special...
master thesis 2013
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Cobben, N.R. (author)
Developing software is complex, debugging even more. In this thesis an approach is presented to reduce the debugger’s burden by introducing visual support for debugging. This is accomplished by using multiple supporting debugging concepts which are implemented in the tool: the Visual Debugger. The Visual Debugger supports debugging by...
master thesis 2012
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Wisse, D. (author)
Sensor nodes are small, autonomous, battery-powered devices that use a wireless network interface to communicate with other sensor nodes. Together these sensor nodes form a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), which has the purpose to sense information about the environment. Before a WSN is deployed, it is tested using simulators and testbeds. Both...
master thesis 2009
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