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van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Paul, K.I. (author), Mioch, T. (author)
Electronic travel aids (ETAs) can increase the safety and comfort of pedestrians who have a visual impairment by displaying obstacles through a vibrotactile navigation belt. Building a complete picture of relevant obstacles and finding a safe route requires ETA users to integrate vibrotactile cues over time and space in their tactile working...
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Hendriks, H. (author), van de Rest, O. (author), Snippe, A. (author), Kieboom, J. (author), Hogenelst, K. (author)
Long-term alcohol abuse is associated with poorer cognitive performance. However, the associations between light and moderate drinking and cognitive performance are less clear. We assessed this association via cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses in a sample of 702 Dutch students. At baseline, alcohol consumption was assessed using...
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Kaneko, D. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), Hogervorst, M. (author), Toet, A. (author), Kallen, V. (author), Erp, J.B.F.van (author)
Emotional state during food consumption is expected to affect food pleasantness. We hypothesize that a negative emotional state reduces food pleasantness and more so for novel foods than for familiar foods because novel foods have not yet been associated with previous emotions. Furthermore, we expect this effect to be stronger when judging the...
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Saffre, F. (author), Gianini, G. (author), Hildmann, H. (author), Davies, J. (author), Bullock, S. (author), Damiani, E. (author), Deneubourg, J.L. (author)
We investigate the hypothesis that long-term memory in populations of agents can lead to counterproductive emergent properties at the system level. Our investigation is framed in the context of a discrete, one-dimensional road-traffic congestion model: we investigate the influence of simple cognition in a population of rational commuter agents...
article 2019
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Pairon, T. (author), Karki, S. (author), Monni, S. (author), Craeye, C. (author)
A fully metallic monopole element is proposed for satellite SAR antennas. This element has significant gain in the broadside direction thanks to its curved arm. This element is then studied in a large sparse array. A fast analysis technique is presented in order to solve for the currents of few hundreds elements, which correspond approximately...
conference paper 2019
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de Roose, F. (author), Genoe, J. (author), Kronemeijer, A.J. (author), Myny, K. (author), Dehaene, W. (author)
Thin-film transistor (TFT) technologies have long been used predominantly for display fabrication and are attractive for large area, low cost and flexible circuit applications. Thanks to the improving performance of thin-film metal-oxide NFC tags and data processing chips on foil [1], [2], fabs are considering the large-scale production of...
conference paper 2019
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Awan, M.A. (author), Souto, P.F. (author), Akesson, B. (author), Bletsas, K. (author), Tovar, E. (author)
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Awan, M.A. (author), Souto, P. (author), Bletsas, K. (author), Akesson, B. (author), Tovar, E. (author)
Mixed-criticality (MC) multicore system design must reconcile safety guarantees and high performance. The interference among cores on shared resources in such systems leads to unpredictable temporal behaviour. Memory bandwidth regulation among different cores can be a useful tool to mitigate the interference when accessing main memory. However,...
conference paper 2018
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Sioutas, S. (author), Stuijk, S. (author), Corporaal, H. (author), Basten, A.A. (author), Somers, L. (author)
Memory-bound applications heavily depend on the bandwidth of the system in order to achieve high performance. Improving temporal and/or spatial locality through loop transformations is a common way of mitigating this dependency. However, choosing the right combination of optimizations is not a trivial task, due to the fact that most of them...
conference paper 2018
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Awan, M.A. (author), Souto, P. (author), Bletsas, K. (author), Akesson, B. (author), Tovar, E. (author)
Mixed-criticality multicore system design must often guarantee both safety and high performance. Memory bandwidth regulation among different cores can be a useful tool for guaranteeing safety, as it mitigates the interference when accessing main memory. The use of mode changes and system models like Vestal’s can help provide both safety, for...
conference paper 2018
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Loh, K.K.L. (author), Shoeibi Omrani, P. (author), van der Linden, R.J.P. (author)
The forecasting of gas production from mature gas wells, due to their complex end-of-life behaviour, is challenging and often associated with uncertainties (both measurements and modelling uncertainties). Yet, having good forecasts are crucial for operational decision making. In this paper, we present a purely black-box based approach, which...
conference paper 2018
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Awan, M.A. (author), Souto, P. (author), Bletsas, K. (author), Akesson, B. (author), Tovar, E. (author)
In multicore architectures, there is potential for contention between cores when accessing shared resources, such as system memory. Such contention scenarios are challenging to accurately analyse, from a worst-case timing perspective. One way of making memory contention in multicores more amenable to timing analysis is the use of memory...
conference paper 2018
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Tielman, M.L. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), van Meggelen, M. (author), Franken, I. (author), Brinkman, W.P. (author)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: With the rise of autonomous e-mental health applications, virtual agents can play a major role in improving trustworthiness, therapy outcome and adherence. In these applications, it is important that patients adhere in the sense that they perform the tasks, but also that they adhere to the specific recommendations on...
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Tang, Q. (author), Basten, T. (author), Geilen, M. (author), Stuijk, S. (author), Wei, J.B. (author)
This article studies the scheduling of real-time streaming applications on multiprocessor systems-on-chips with predictable memory hierarchy. An iteration-based task-FIFO co-scheduling framework is proposed for this problem. We obtain FIFO size distributions using Pareto space searching, based on which the task-toprocessor mapping is obtained...
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White, K. (author), Bronkhorst, A.W. (author), Meeter, M. (author)
Aircraft noise is consistently rated as more annoying than noise from other sources with similar intensity. In three experiments, it was investigated whether this penalty is due to the source identity of the noise. In the first experiment, four samples were played to participants engaged in a working memory task: road traffic noise, an Airbus...
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Courage, W.M.G. (author), Nicoreac, M.P. (author), Kempker, P.L. (author)
For offshore wind turbines (OWT’s) environmental and accessibility conditions make inspection and maintenance costly. Hence the potential of cost reduction when the planning of these actions can be optimized. Taking uncertainties into account, a risk based concept is adopted in which probabilities of failure and its consequences are balanced...
conference paper 2017
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Khikhlovskyi, V. (author), van Breemen, A.J.J.M. (author), Janssen, R.A.J. (author), Gelinck, G.H. (author), Kemerink, M. (author)
Solution-processed organic ferroelectric resistive switches could become the long-missing non-volatile memory elements in organic electronic devices. To this end, data retention in these devices should be characterized, understood and controlled. First, it is shown that the measurement protocol can strongly affect the 'apparent' retention time...
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Adyanthaya, S. (author), Geilen, M. (author), Basten, T. (author), Voeten, J. (author), Schiffelers, R. (author)
We present a three-step binding algorithm for applications in the form of directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) of tasks with deadlines, that need to be bound to a shared memory multiprocessor platform. The aim of the algorithm is to obtain a good binding that results in low makespans of the schedules of the DAGs. It first clusters tasks assuming...
conference paper 2016
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Torricelli, F. (author), Ghittorelli, M. (author), Smits, E.C.P. (author), Roelofs, C.W.S. (author), Janssen, R.A.J. (author), Gelinck, G.H. (author), Kovács-Vajna, Z.M. (author), Cantatore, E. (author)
Ambipolar transistors typically suffer from large off-current inherently due to ambipolar conduction. Using a tri-gate transistor it is shown that it is possible to electrostatically switch ambipolar polymer transistors from ambipolar to unipolar mode. In unipolar mode, symmetric characteristics with an on/off current ratio of larger than 105...
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Pilet, N. (author), Khikhlovskyi, V. (author), van Breemen, A.J.J.M. (author), Michels, J.J. (author), Kemerink, M. (author), Gelinck, G. (author), Warnicke, P. (author), Bernard, L. (author)
Organic electronics is becoming more and more important because the low level of fabrication and deposition complexity even at large scale makes it a good candidate for future low cost technological product development. P(VDF-TrFE) is a co-polymer of special interest due its ferroelectric property enabling usage in re-programmable non-volatile...
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