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Lehner, B. (author)
Bacteria and other microorganisms are known and studied as an essential part of daily life and they are utilized in a variety of fields. This work identifies applications in nanotechnology and space research, using the same bacterium for both: Shewanella oneidensis. The extracellular electron transfer (EET) mechanism situated mainly in the cell...
doctoral thesis 2019
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de Vos, P. (author)
This research aims to help in solving problems experienced with system integration in early-stage ship and system design by enabling automated design space exploration for on-board energy distribution systems. An Automatic Topology Generation (ATG) tool is developed and tested to do so. The ATG tool supports system designers in making trade-off...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Meijer, Jonathan (author), Lei, Q. (author), Wisse, M. (author)
This paper identifies high-performing Open Motion Planning Library (OMPL) planners for grasp execution and simultaneously presents useful benchmark data. Four grasp executions were defined using a UR5 manipulator. The performance was measured by means of solved runs, computing time and path length. Based on the results, planners are...
conference paper 2017
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Duchateau, E.A.E. (author)
Preliminary ship design (or early stage design in US terminology) is the very first step in designing a new ship. In this stage ship designers attempt to find an affordable balance of the future owner's (customer or operator) ambitions and operational needs. This balance is then translated into more tangible design requirements. However, the...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Nicknam, M. (author), Bernal, M. (author), Haymaker, J. (author)
Until recently, design teams were constrained by tools and schedule to only be able to generate a few alternatives, and analyze these from just a few perspectives. The rapid emergence of performance-based design, analysis, and optimization tools gives design teams the ability to construct and analyze far larger design spaces more quickly. This...
conference paper 2013
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Strydis, C. (author)
HEALTHCARE in the 21st century is changing rapidly. In advanced countries, in particular, healthcare is moving from a public to a more personalized nature. However, the costs of healthcare worldwide are increasing every year. Better use of technology can and should be used to get control of these costs. At the same time, implants have clearly...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Sigdel, K. (author)
Recon?gurable architectures are becoming increasingly popular as they bear a promise of combining the ?exibility of software with the performance of hardware. Nevertheless, such architectures are subject to numerous constraints, such as performance, memory requirements, chip area, and power consumption. To create an efficient design, performing...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Caarls, W. (author)
Parallel heterogeneous multiprocessor systems are often shunned in embedded system design, not only because of their design complexity but because of the programming burden. Programs for such systems are architecture-dependent: the application developer needs architecture-specific knowledge to implement his algorithms, as each processor has its...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Ditzel, M. (author)
Chip designers face increasingly complex designs and multiple competing design objectives and constraints. Early in the design cycle, a designer has to make choices relying on insufficient or inaccurate information. For instance, the designer has to decide which parts to implement in software and which in hardware. The complexity of the designs...
doctoral thesis 2004
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