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Open Theses

15.03.2018

Deep Reinforcement Learning to Improve Robot Coordination (NES Group)

Deep reinforcement learning (DRL) has become increasingly popular in the eld of robotics as a promising technique to enable autonomous robots learn behavioral skills with minimal human intervention. Cheap robotic arms are an...
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15.03.2018

Austrian Air Quality on a Mobile Phone (NES Group)

Air quality monitoring is extremely important as air pollution has a direct impact on human health. Today air quality is monitored by networks of static measurement stations operated by official authorities. This data is public...
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15.03.2018

Indoor Air Quality Sensing Platform (NES Group)

Ambient air is a complex mixture of chemicals with poorly understood interactions and feedbacks. Car exhaust, secondhand smoke, factory emissions, cosmetics, glues, paints, etc. constitute the air we breathe and yes, every breath...
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27.02.2018

Cooperative Coexistence Management using Cross-Technology Communication (NES Group)

Several wireless standards in use nowadays operate on the same crowded ISM band. An example is the 2.4 GHz band, crowded by several wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Z-Wave, and IEEE 802.15.4. These technologies are...
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06.10.2015

Dependable Embedded Software (EAS Group)

C is still the most commonly used programming language for the implementation of embedded systems. In contrast, other programming languages, like Ada, are much less popular for various reasons, even though they offer useful...
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06.10.2015

Evaluation of Embedded Systems Portability Concepts (EAS Group)

Microcontroller manufacturers commonly produce devices with different architectures, where each one is particularly suitable for a specific application field. While operating systems running on those devices shall always offer...
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06.10.2015

Dynamic Modularity in Embedded Real-Time Systems (EAS Group)

Most of today's embedded real-time systems are strictly static, i.e. they do not allow to start or terminate applications, tasks, or even drivers dynamically. In the automotive domain, OSEK and AUTOSAR compatible applications...
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