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Stathopoulos, G. (author)
The size of modern technological systems has grown significantly and the need for fast, online optimization-based control is a necessity. The complexity of these systems along with the need for increased accuracy in the computed outcome dictate the usage of optimization methods for the computation of the solution. Besides this, new data arrive...
master thesis 2012
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Veneman, J.B. (author)
This thesis studies the Switched Linear Quadratic Regulator (SLQR) problem, over a hybrid (continuous and discrete) dynamical model known as "switched system". The problem is defined as computing the optimal continuous and discrete switching control to minimise a quadratic cost function that weights the states and the continuous controls. The...
master thesis 2012
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Kreuzen, C. (author)
Cooperative adaptive cruise control (CACC) makes the vehicle follow its predecessor at a close but safe distance, and uses information received from other vehicles to accomplish this task. In literature and in practice, the control method mostly applied for CACC is proportional integral derivative (PID) control, possibly with some refinement for...
master thesis 2012
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Chokshi, N.K. (author)
The drinking water in the Netherlands has been aimed to achieve high quality of water along with a low production cost. In-order to produce such high quality of treated water, constant monitoring of the process variables at the end of each treatment step is recommended. These processes are monitored and operated by motivated and skilled...
master thesis 2012
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Kleijn, A.C. (author)
Railway networks, such as the one in the Netherlands, form an important means of transportation, both for passengers, as well as for transporting goods. Train services carrying passengers often run according to a predefined schedule or timetable. When those train services are delayed, for example due to accidents or malfunctioning rolling stock,...
master thesis 2012
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Shirokov, V.A. (author)
In this project a challenge in the field of minimally invasive surgery is addressed. Contemporary minimally invasive instruments usually consist of a rigid beam with an end effector on one side and a controlling mechanism on the other. These instruments work well for cases when the body can be entered in such a way that the target, on which to...
master thesis 2012
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