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optimization_code - Further supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
Extract of the code used in Section IB for the optimization over t_p as described in the text.
This code pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 (after peer review) and is part of a collection of additional supporting materials.See README for more information.

Imitation learning model and datasets: \"A Study of Learning Search Approximation in Mixed Integer Branch and Bound: Node Selection in SCIP\"

Kaan Yilmaz & Neil Yorke-Smith
Imitation learning model and datasets corresponding to the AI article "A Study of Learning Search Approximation in Mixed Integer Branch and Bound: Node Selection in SCIP".

Stumblemeter: App and MATLAB code

Dylan den Hartog, Jaap Harlaar & Gerwin Smit
Use the Stumblemeter_installer.exe file to download the Stumblemeter app.To change the MATLAB code of the Stumblemeter app, open Stumblemeter_MATLAB_code.mlapp. The files CWA_fileread.m, MLmodel1_stumble_other.mat, and MLmodel2_elevating_lowering.mat are required to run the code.

Source code of the jEULYNX prototype framework

Djurre van der Wal
A prototype version of the jEULYNX prototype framework, which uses an internal domain-specific language to capture SysML diagrams as digital models. It also contains several exports for the models, in particular to the process algebra mCRL2.

JAT - Jarkus Analysis Toolbox

Christa van IJzendoorn
The Jarkus Analysis Toolbox (JAT) is a Python-based open-source software, that can be used to analyze the Jarkus dataset. The Jarkus dataset is one of the most elaborate coastal datasets in the world and consists of coastal profiles of the entire Dutch coast, spaced about 250-500 m apart, which have been measured yearly since 1965. The main purpose of the JAT is to provide stakeholders (e.g. scientists, engineers and coastal managers) with the techniques that...

MATLAB-scripts describing a nonlinear steady-state cornering model for an electric city bus

Camiel Beckers, I.J.M. (Igo) Besselink & H. (Henk) Nijmeijer
The MATLAB-files contained within this dataset describe a nonlinear steady-state cornering model for a six-wheel city bus. Due to the employed multi-body approach, the wheel-configuration of the model can be changed easily. The wheel location and orientation is completely parameterized, allowing for the analysis of different types of vehicles. Emphasis is placed on the calculation of the cornering resistance power and power lost due to scrub losses to research the effect of these tire-effect on...

Dataset for Nanowire solar cell above the radiative limit

K. (Ksenia) Korzun, Gabriel Castellanos Gonzalez, Dick K.G. de Boer, Jaime Gomez Rivas & Jos Haverkort
A lossless solar cell operating at the Shockley-Queisser limit generates an open circuit voltage (Voc) equal to the radiative limit. At Voc, the highly directional beam of photons from the sun is absorbed and subsequently externally re-emitted into a 4π solid angle, providing a large photon entropy loss. A solar cell can beat the Shockley-Queisser limit and approach the 46.7% ultimate limit by decreasing the output solid angle of the light emission at open circuit...

A model for modifying the public transport service patterns to account for the imposed COVID-19 capacity

Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis
Description:This repository contains the software code related to deriving dynamic service patterns in order to comply with the pandemic-imposed vehicle capacity limits in public transport operations.Currently, this repository contains:The model_case_study.py script which is the source code of the devised dynamic service pattern model introduced in the paper "A model for modifying the public transport service patterns to account for the imposed COVID-19 capacity", which is currently under scientific review. This script contains all necessary functions...

Frequency stability of graphene nonlinear resonators: Matlab Code

Ties Verschuren
MATLAB code from master thesis Frequency stability of graphene nonlinear resonators See http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:96b47031-ff15-4057-ab33-1ac4863119be Introduction These files contain code on three topics: Calculate the Allan Deviation with more control about the number of points calculated. Parse stream files from the Zurich Instruments UHF into .mat files, one per signal. Model and configuration files for the simulations. Allan Deviation The file is located in the root of this structure and called allandev.m. The comments contain the information...

Simulation Models used in PhD Dissertation: Simulating Human Routines

Rijk Mercuur
The doctoral dissertation ‘Simulating Human Routines: Integrating Social Practice Theory in Agent-Based Models’ used several simulation models and created a simulation framework. This document gives an overview of where these models are found. The models are stored in one place to avoid confusion about the most recent model. The models are stored in GitHub to enable fast-updating, version history and collaboration.

Software for 3D particle averaging of SMLM data

Hamidreza Heydarian, B. (Bernd) Rieger, R. (Ralf) Jungmann, Florian Schueder, Jonas Ries, S. (Sjoerd) Stallinga, B. (Ben) van Werkhoven & Maarten Joosten
Software for 3D particle averaging of SMLM data

SAM Java and Matlab code for running and analysis the experiments in the PhD Thesis: Self-Organizing Multi-Agent Systems

Coen van Leeuwen
This archive contains a snapshot of the git repository containing the code for running and analysis of the experiments in the dissertation titled "Self-Organizing Multi-Agent Systems" by C.J. van Leeuwen.
The original repositories are available at https://github.com/coenvl/jSAM and https://github.com/coenvl/mSAM

Axies: Identifying and Evaluating Context Specific Values - code

Enrico Liscio, Michiel van der Meer, Catholijn M. Jonker & Pradeep Murukannaiah
A Collaborative Platform for Identifying Context-Specific Values. Code developed for the paper "Axies: Identifying and Evaluating Context Specific Values", published at AAMAS '21.

Script that produces the table and figures for: Pitfalls of Statistical Methods in Traffic Psychology

Joost de Winter
Script that produces the table and figures for
De Winter, J. C. F., & Dodou, D. (2021). Pitfalls of Statistical Methods in Traffic Psychology. Encyclopedia of Transportation.

RobustQO, data and codes related to the paper: \"Extending the scope of robust quadratic optimization.\"

Ahmadreza Marandi, D. den Hertog, Bertrand Melenberg & Aharon Ben-Tal
Codes related to the paper
Marandi, Ahmadreza, et al. "Extending the scope of robust quadratic optimization." arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.01762 (2019)


You can see the documentation by looking at Readme file or clicking on the link below:https://github.com/ahmadreza-marandi/RobustQO

Matlab scripts and python notebook to analyze the experiment: Yeast population growth in different galactose concentrations

Leila Iñigo De La Cruz & Werner Dalmaan
These dataset provides some mat files and the scripts used to analyze the experiment under doi: https://doi.org/10.4121/12961922.v1.
These files are used to generate Fig3A from the paper: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.09.09.290510

Python notebook to generate the cell sizes changes across yeast mutants (Figure 3 Panel D from paper: \"Adaptability and evolution of the cell polarization machinery in budding yeast\")

Leila Iñigo De La Cruz
This is the jupyter notebook that generate the Figure 3 , Panel D from paper: "Adaptability and evolution of the cell polarization machinery in budding yeast".

Supplementary movies for PhD dissertation of S.J.P. Callens - Chapter 7

Sebastien Callens
Supplementary movies to the PhD dissertation "The curious case of curvature: geometric perspectives on biomaterial design", by Sebastien J.P. Callens at Delft University of Technology. These movies are corresponding to chapter 7.

Software for Detecting Structural Heterogeneity in Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy Data

Teun Adrianus Petrus Maria Huijben, Hamidreza Heydarian, B. (Bernd) Rieger & S. (Sjoerd) Stallinga
This software implements the a-priori knowledge-free unsupervised classification of structurally different particles, employing the Bhattacharya cost function as dissimilarity matrix.

Source code of the SWAN model: Free Infragravity Waves in the North Sea

Dirk Rijnsdorp, Ad Reniers & M. (Marcel) Zijlema
This dataset contains the source code of the SWAN model (v41.31, http://swanmodel.sourceforge.net/) extended with an empirical source of free infragravity waves. This modified version of the SWAN model can be used to simulate the evolution of free infragravity waves in coastal/oceanic waters that are radiated from adjacent shorelines. The model can be applied to study the evolution of free infragravity waves at a regional to global scale, ranging from inland seas, marginal seas, to ocean...

Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Value Conflicts in Urban Spaces - Accompanying Code

Rico Herzog
This is the accompanying code to the Master Thesis research project "Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Values and their Conflicts in Urban Spaces" conducted in cooperation with the CUSP Lab @ TPM TU Delft and the City Science Lab Hamburg. Aiming to identify public values and their spatial conflicts, a total of nine Jupyter notebooks and one R script follow the research flow as outlined in the Master thesis document.

Data/software underlying the publication: Enumerating all bilocal Clifford distillation protocols through symmetry reduction

Sebastian de Bone, Kenneth Goodenough, David Elkouss, Dion Gijswijt & Sarah Jansen
Entanglement distillation is an essential building block in quantum communication protocols. Here, we study the class of near-term implementable distillation protocols that use bilocal Clifford operations followed by a single round of communication. We introduce tools to enumerate and optimise over all protocols for up to n=5 (not necessarily equal) Bell-diagonal states using a commodity desktop computer. Furthermore, by exploiting the symmetries of the input states, we find all protocols for up to n=8 copies...

Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Value Conflicts in Urban Spaces - Accompanying Code

Rico Herzog
This is the accompanying code to the Master Thesis research project "Cities for Citizens: Identification of Public Values and their Conflicts in Urban Spaces" conducted in cooperation with the CUSP Lab @ TPM TU Delft and the City Science Lab Hamburg. Aiming to identify public values and their spatial conflicts, a total of nine Jupyter notebooks and one R script follow the research flow as outlined in the Master thesis document.

Fit a double logistic function to a Sentinel-2 vegetation index (VI) time series

Xinyan Fan
Fit a double logistic function to a Sentinel-2 vegetation index (VI) time series. The first step is to fit separate double logistic functions to two (overlapping) S2 NDVI time series. Then both local functions are merged to obtain a single global function.

Retrieving multi-temporal max/min temperature of target area into a csv file

Xinyan Fan
Retrieving multi-temporal max/min temperature data for specific locations from gridded nc files. The data are written in the CSV format.

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