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Suresha Konandur, Sharanya (author)
Software maintenance is an essential and time-consuming task during the software development cycle. Readability of test code is a crucial element for performing programming tasks, such as testing, bug fixing and maintaining code. Hence poorly written tests are difficult to maintain and lose their value to developers. In order to overcome this...
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Rajput, Pranjal (author)
Annotating a large-scale in-the-wild person re-identification dataset especially of marathon runners is a challenging task. The variations in the scenarios such as camera viewpoints, resolution, occlusion, and illumination make the problem non-trivial. Manually annotating bounding boxes in such large-scale datasets is cost-inefficient....
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Vollebergh, M.A.J. (author)
The construction of cyclic railway timetables is an important task for Netherlands Railways (NS).This construction can be formulated as a Periodic Event Scheduling Problem (PESP). The most powerful technique for solving cyclic railway timetabling problems is constraint programming, especially via SAT solvers when PESP instances are encoded as...
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Smit, C.O. (author)
Measuring cognitive load is essential for understanding driver performance. Under- and overload can result in dangerous situations on the road. Cognitive load can be estimated by monitoring the diameter and movements of the pupils, but during measurements external influences such as changes in light intensity affect pupil diameters. In this...
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Kelbling, Jelle (author)
The DelFly Nimble is a type of tailless flapping-wing micro air vehicles (FWMAVs)<br/>that has received an increasing amount of attention. FWMAVs show efficient and<br/>agile flight possibilities at small scale. The aerodynamics and dynamics of these<br/>flapping vehicles are challenging and not fully understood. In this work, a strategy<br/>to...
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de Hek, Maurits (author)
Technological innovations in the Dutch railway sector, such as ERTMS and the 3kV power supply system make it possible to increase the efficiency, effectivity and speed of the railway system in the upcoming decades. The implementation of systems such as ERTMS and 3kV is a lengthy process. The new systems will therefore operate alongside the old...
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Lugtenborg, L.A. (author)
Parkinson's disease can severely affect motor performance and impede in executing daily activities. Treatment can greatly improve patients' quality-of-life, however, disease detection and monitoring is still performed subjectively. Quantification of patients' motor performance and its decline due to increasing symptom severity using tracking...
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Fisscher, W.D. (author)
Airborne wind energy is a promising newly emerging wind energy harvesting technology. Due to low material use and high potential harvesting density it aspires to be competitor to the conventional wind turbines we see today. Kitepower bv, a company in the Netherlands, is developing a airborne wind energy system based on a flexible kite. To be...
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Wan, S. (author)
Currently, most of FMCW radar systems for target detection and localization are based on the radar system with multiple receiving antennas, but little based on the SISO system. In this project, we will show a unique signal processing pipeline based on the 8 GHz SISO FMCW radar system. An advanced algorithm of multi-target detection and tracking...
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George, A. (author)
Robotic assistance for rehabilitation has benefited from the use of models for motor adaptation. The assist-as-needed paradigm for rehabilitation robotics was based on a single-state model of human adaptation to a neurological handicap. Recent studies have shown that human motor adaptation consists of two or more parallel adaptation processes. A...
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Immerzeel, Simon (author)
This project presents the study of flow (perfect focus) as a possible solution to the modern decrease in attention span, especially in young professionals. Two separate tests were conducted to study the possibility of measuring productivity as a correlation of focus levels. These led to the creation of a software capable of tracking work...
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Woud, Storm (author)
The Labrador Sea is one of the deep convection sites in the world's oceans and the water masses formed here are an important component of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC). To study this linkage, one study in particular used an idealized model of the Labrador Sea where the density variations consists only of temperature...
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Onkhar, Vishal (author)
Pedestrians today are very vulnerable on urban roads. Clear communication between drivers and pedestrians is one way to reduce their plight. Non-verbal communication in particular plays an important role in road safety, and eye contact is a kind of non-verbal communication that has the potential to minimize on-road collisions. However, with the...
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Dominguez Calabuig, Guillermo Joaquin (author)
Space safety and hazards reduction techniques are each day becoming more important in the design and operation of space transportation vehicles. One way to mitigate risks is to use advanced guidance strategies to centralise mission planning and guidance-navigation and control. Successive convexification is a technique suitable for this purpose...
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Pardini Susacasa, Laura (author)
Unreliability is a major source of discontent for passengers using public transport. Real-time rescheduling is one of the tools available to deal with it. Although passenger movements have an impact on the development of a disturbance in public transport operations, this effect is rarely accounted for in rescheduling models for metro networks....
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Kumar, Karishma (author)
Detailed imaging of blood flow may improve the understanding of brain functions. The state-of-the-art non-invasive flow imaging of the brain is limited to a one-dimensional Doppler setting. We propose a method to estimate the two-dimensional flow vector in the fine vascular network of the brain by using a speckle tracking technique. The...
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Mittal, Rishabh (author)
With the increasing popularity of active modes (mainly pedestrians and bicycles), the spaces shared amongst these modes are also rising. Such spaces are often referred to as shared spaces and can often be seen in public areas near train stations, shopping streets and educational institutions. Such spaces are said to enhance safety and resolve...
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Aycart Avila, Vicente (author)
Accurately tracking the trajectory of launching vehicles during the boost phase is crucial for a variety of reasons. First, an accurate burnout point location and  velocity of the launch vehicle will facilitate the estimation of its trajectory during the following phases of ballistic flight and the impact location. This has important...
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Wegman, Tess (author)
This study aims to get an insight into the particle trajectories that microplastics follow, after having been released in the North Sea.<br/><br/>For the computations daily-mean values of the surface currents are used, retrieved from the Mercator global ocean model. 2D particles trajectories are simulated for a year, with a 3rd party Python...
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Kemna, Maarten (author)
The perception of visual information is essential in satisfactory control tracking performance. Modern interface technologies such as stereoscopic three-dimensional displays allow for a more ecological representation of three-dimensional surroundings in a remote teleoperative environment without natural binocular vision. However, the effects...
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