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Sarkhosh, R. (author)
The thesis explores Ahwaz's transformation throughout the 20th century, emphasizing the profound impact of the oil industry on the city's architectural and urban development. From its emergence in obscurity to its prominence before the Iran-Iraq war, Ahwaz's journey mirrors the far-reaching influence of oil on urban modernity. The narrative...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Nijholt, Vincent (author)
This research provides insight into ways to increase accessibility for Planned Special Events (PSEs) via discrete choice modelling. A special focus within this study is put into the AFAS AZ Stadium in Alkmaar. During the events held at the AFAS AZ Stadium disturbances are experienced by its visitors with regard to crowding levels and access...
master thesis 2024
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Kuhn, Emanuel (author)
Existing content-based image retrieval models work well for natural photos, but not for images of architectural floor plans. <br/>Previous work on floor plan retrieval has focused on graph-based methods, rather than image-based floor plans.<br/>Training a CNN-based representation learning framework on segmented floor plan images with standard...
master thesis 2024
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Verhagen, Alexandra (author)
Accurate capacity planning is essential to ensure uninterrupted services and network stability through peak hours for the transport core network of KPN. This involves a trade-off between minimizing the risks of capacity shortages and costs of capacity expansions. High network loads are occurring more frequently and their magnitude is increasing....
master thesis 2024
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Hengst, Pauline (author)
This paper explores the application of landmark-based planning algorithms, specifically focusing on AND/OR landmark extraction methods. Drawing from classical planning principles and recent advancements, we investigate the effectiveness of landmark extraction in guiding the search for solutions to planning problems. Our research questions center...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Presa Magriña, Guille (author)
Throughout history, human progress has been defined by the mastery of materials, transitioning from stone and bronze to the steel age. However, this progression has not only been defined by the materials utilized but has also encompassed a shift in processes, moving from the industrial to the information era. Despite the advances in fabrication...
master thesis 2024
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van der Spaa, L.F. (author)
Physical human-robot cooperation (pHRC) has the potential to combine human and robot strengths in a team that can achieve more than a human and a robot working on the task separately. However, how much of the potential can be realized depends on the quality of cooperation, in which awarenes of the partner’s intention and preferences plays an...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Molhoek, Jord (author)
Many real-world problems fall in the category of sequential decision-making under uncertainty; Markov Decision Processes (MDPs) are a common method for modeling such problems. To solve an MDP, one could start from scratch or one could already have an idea of what good policies look like. Furthermore, there could be uncertainty in this idea. In...
master thesis 2024
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Tjoen, Noah (author)
Landmarks are propositions or actions that must be true at some point in every valid solution plan [16]. Using landmarks, planners can develop solutions more efficiently. Different algorithms exist to extract landmarks from a planning problem. The one used in this study is FULL [13], a landmark extraction algorithm by Marzal et al. from 2011.<br...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Tervoort, Paul (author)
A lot of research has been conducted to make the task of plan generation more efficient. One idea to do so is the use of landmarks, which are sub-goals that must be true in every solution to the problem. The approximation of landmarks has a lower complexity than solving the task itself, and they can be used to guide the planner in the right...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Yang, Ka Fui (author)
The Fast Downward planning system is currently mainly used for solving classical problems. Another alternative to Fast Downward is SymbolicPlanners, which sacrifices speed for generality and extensibility. SymbolicPlanners is missing landmark based planners and landmark extraction algorithms. The research question we are trying to answer in this...
bachelor thesis 2024
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Bolscher, Thijs (author)
As the Moon reemerges as a renewed fronteer in space exploration, the Lunar Zebro project proposes to deploy a swarm of miniature rovers for efficient lunar surface exploration. One of their goals is to leverage recent advancements in deep learning and AI-accelerating hardware, in conjunction with Commercial Off-The-Shelf technologies and the...
master thesis 2024
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van der Laan, Thom (author)
In today’s medicine, 3D planning and PSI are not commonly used in revision TKA surgery and little is known about the accuracy and implementation of these techniques in revision TKA. Therefore, the question arises, what are the potential benefits of 3D planning and PSI in revision surgery? The goal of this thesis is to explore the potential...
master thesis 2024
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Pescio, Luigi (author)
This study presents a new approach for integrated tail assignment and maintenance task scheduling decision support. Wasted maintenance resources, restricted fleet availability for schedule flexibility, inconsistent planning, and no emphasis on schedule resilience are all inefficiencies that now arise from airlines' separate and manual tail...
master thesis 2024
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Trip, Kenrick (author)
With the introduction of autonomous vehicles on public roads, their performance in emergency situations has become a strong focus. Collision Imminent Control (CIC) concerns the planning and control of aggressive evasive maneuvers for collision avoidance of automated vehicles. CIC is implemented using adaptive Nonlinear Model Predictive Control ...
master thesis 2024
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Verlinde, Lander (author)
The role of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), more commonly known as drones, in society continues to become more significant every day, both in everyday life and in military operations. The extent to which unmanned vehicles are used for both offensive as well as reconnaissance missions is at an all-time high. To expand the number of operational...
student report 2024
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Kockelkoren, Michiel (author)
In recent years, the deployment of ground-based mobile robots has gained more and more interest in various domains. In contrast to other types of mobile robots, legged robots can traverse irregular terrains, climb stairs, and step over obstacles. However, these unique properties intensify the energy demand and require highly advanced perception...
master thesis 2024
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Pieruzzi, Alessandro (author)
The Eastern Nile Basin is a highly populated region dealing with inadequate energy systems and water scarcity issues. Moreover, its population is expected to increase in the following decades, leading to even higher electricity and water demands. <br/>In order to sustainably meet this demands and guarantee access to electricity and water for all...
master thesis 2024
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Koch, Matthijs (author)
The current Dutch housing domain is characterised by injustices on multiple scales, such as a shortage of housing, disparities in well-being across regions, and unaffordable housing. This situation can partially be attributed to spatial planning practices focused on promoting growth-oriented economic thinking. These contemporary planning...
master thesis 2024
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van der Weijden, Esra (author)
We have to change. We have to take a second look at our daily patterns. The construction sector is responsible for 36% of the world’s final energy use and 39% of energy and process-related carbon dioxide emission (IEA, 2019). 30% of this emission is due to building construction. Therefore, it is important to start to limit the carbon emission...
master thesis 2024
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