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Jayavel, Madhumitha (author)
IoT refers to a network of connected devices that exchange data for different applications using different wireless standards such as Cellular, ZigBee, Bluetooth, Mesh Networks, and the widely used WiFi. For IoT applications that do not require high data rates but require long-range data transmission and low power operation, a sub 1GHz WiFi...
master thesis 2020
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Paoletti, A. (author)
Ethiopia is both one of the fastest-growing economies and one of the poorest countries in the world. As its population grows exorbitantly, waves of migrants are flowing endlessly into the capital city. Such a fast pace of development brings about a hallucinated future constituted by processes driven by economic and political forces pursuing...
master thesis 2020
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Grofelnik, L. (author)
Skopje has developed through a series of erasures and periods of rebuilding, each time with an aim to establish a new order. Conversely, the common culture can be best recognized in self organized commercial spaces in the city, which emerge from activities taking place and forming the physical. The city centre is fragmented in pieces of imposed...
master thesis 2020
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Parag, Anirudh Kumar (author)
This work focuses on addressing the fundamental limitation on the minimum cold start-up voltage that could be harvested from a thermoelectric element (TEG) for human-body wearable applications. For ultra-low DC voltages, the challenge translates to generating a timed-signal to amplify it up to a value that could be used to drive, say, a boost...
master thesis 2019
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Weegink, Raoul (author)
In urban environments, more and more building added and building integrated photovoltaic (PV) systems are found. These systems use conventional PV modules which have a poor performance under non-uniform illumination conditions. When the module is partially shaded, either at least one subgroup is bypassed or the module current is limited by the...
master thesis 2019
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Kulkarni, Anurag (author)
The ρ-VEX is a dynamically reconfigurable VLIW processor, developed at TU Delft, which is capable of extracting large amounts of parallelism from applications running on it. However, without a dedicated software layer to dictate the reconfigurations, the ρ-VEX has to depend on another processor to carry out its reconfigurations meaningfully....
master thesis 2018
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Guledal Lakshamana, Prashanth (author)
Processor architecture is continuously evolving. As the trend predicted by Moore's law is nearing its end, the focus of designing processors has shifted from high-frequency single-core systems to the medium frequency multicore system to a relatively lower frequency many-cores system, in the hope of extracting more performance while keeping power...
master thesis 2018
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van der Sandt, Sebastiaan (author)
The subject of this thesis is the forming of sandwich panels on a reconfigurable mould. The field of research is composite sheet forming. This novel manufacturing process at Curve Works has problems with panel quality, especially out-of-plane wrinkles. Exploratory research on quality improvement is performed by analysing the underlying...
master thesis 2018
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Kryński, Paweł (author)
This project relates to 4th industrial revolution and the digital era and nswers the needs of todays craftsmen. Recent times prove that production of goods becomes decentralized while factories and mass production is being replaced by mass customization and digital craftsmanship. Todays artists and designers often collaborate and create co...
master thesis 2017
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Appeldoorn, B. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Robertson, P.D. (author)
Reconfigurable mechanisms are a relatively recent contribution to the field of mechanism design and authors have only just been producing real-life applications of these mechanisms. This paper builds on the application of two categories of reconfigurable mechanisms by applying a generalised static balancing theory suggested in a previous review...
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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Johansen, J. (author)
The ?-VEX is a run-time reconfigurable Very Long Instruction Word (VLIW) processor. This unique processor allows separation of its issue lanes to form independently operating processing cores. Switching between these configuration during run-time allows optimizing the platform for the task(s) it is performing. Porting an Operating System (OS) to...
master thesis 2016
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Jaspers, M.J. (author)
With the advent of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), the cost of sequencing human DNA has decreased significantly over the past decade. This decrease in cost has attracted a great deal of attention from medical research and is now transitioning to clinical practice. Precision medicine, tailored to a persons's genetic profile, is becoming a...
master thesis 2015
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Andronikidis, G. (author)
Embedded Reconfigurable Architectures (ERA) is a project with the objective to design a platform that combines reconfigurable computing and network elements which can adapt on-the-fly their composition, organization and even instruction-set architectures in an effort to provide the best possible trade-offs in performance and power for the given...
master thesis 2014
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Blutman, K. (author)
This work introduces a low-power Cortex-M0+ based computing platform for battery-powered, embedded applications. Voltage stacking is used to save power by recycling charge through a power domain between 0V and Vdd, and a power domain stacked on top of it between Vdd and 2Vdd. The technique enables connecting chips of the future directly to the...
master thesis 2014
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Reda, M.B. (author)
The ?-VEX processor is a parameterized reconfigurable Very Large Instruction Word (VLIW) softcore processor. It can be reconfigured in the issue-width, number and type of functional units (FUs), width of memory buses and number of registers in the multi- ported register file. The current design of the ?-VEX processor supports single cluster...
master thesis 2014
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Hoozemans, J.J. (author)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of an FPGA-based hardware platform based on the rVEX VLIW softcore and the adaption of a Linux 2.0 no_mmu kernel to run on that platform. The rVEX is a runtime reconfigurable VLIW softcore processor. It supports various configurations that allow programs to run faster or more efficient. The...
master thesis 2014
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Yan, Y. (author)
This thesis discusses the theory, architecture design, circuit design and measurements of an ultra-low-energy reconfigurable interface circuit for resonant gas sensors. This interface circuit employs a transient measurement method. The resonant sensor is driven at a frequency close to its resonance frequency by an excitation source that is...
master thesis 2013
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Neijzen, R. (author)
Project in the studio of Border Conditions. A proposal for a reconfigurable and transformable low-tech building system for the Cañada Real Galiana in Madrid. The project consist of small building units, used for market, climbing and habitat. The structures are made out of recycled wood. The project is fixes in the Cañada Real Galiana, a strip of...
master thesis 2013
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