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The purpose of the thesis was to in vestig at e the technical modific at ions. Six-around production in. The number of pages th at. A simul at ion model of the. A simul at ion of the production of a large-circul at ion. The performance measures selected for. The cost effects were evalu at ed on the. Also, the importance of proper project. The result of the thesis is the description of the different altern at ives for mov in g to six-around. Modific at ion of the pr in t in g units, the folder and the cyl in der mak in g equipment are.
Instead of modific at ion of the old equipment, the cyl in der mak in g equipment can also. Based on the simul at ion results and the current production of the pr in t in g house in question,. It would significantly. The thesis also conta in s a. The object of this study was to f in d out the factors th at affect read in g in visible codes.
In the. With pr in ted codes it is possible to enhance the synergy between pr in ted. With visible codes there are restrictions for size and. They could also be esthetically disturb in g. These problems could be. In the liter at ure part of this study different phases th at affect the imag in g process of the codes. In the imag in g process the affect in g factors are light sources and properties of. In the empirical part of this study light in g and different. In addition alignment of codes on the pr in t carrier.
The 2-dimensional D at a-M at rix codes were pr in ted with different in ks to different. In additition different colors and figures, like text and l in es, were used. After th at. The results showed th at read in g codes, which are pr in ted with fluorescence in k, require th at. Emission of the in k. It was possible to read codes th at were pr in ted over a th in l in e. Read in g. Read in g was impossible. It is possible to read codes th at are pr in ted with fluorescence. Due to developments in display technology and software, it is now possible to use a large display.
A large display area can be achieved either with one big. A large display area can conta in a lot of. On the other hand, the higher. This thesis studied the suitability of different display comb in at ions for office work. In the experimental part of the thesis different k in ds of display comb in at ions were.
Voluntary test subjects carried out simul at ed office tasks us in g the display. Subjective and objective methods were used to study the rel at ion between the. Accord in g to the in terviews, us in g a comb in at ion of two regular displays was both practical and. With this comb in at ion, one display was clearly the ma in one and the other display was.
The labor at ory research supported these results. Unfamiliar display comb in at ions proved to be less efficient and caused more mental workload. Digital publish in g methods and especially web environment have strongly affected the bus in ess. At the same time these companies have adjusted their bus in ess. The development processes of the publish in g methods and the competition environment br in g.
This research focused on these. Two F in nish. Qualit at ive in terviews, expert op in ions and aspects from other sources were comb in ed to solve. In addition, some aspects were verified us in g quantit at ive in terviews. The journal concept consisted of weekly paper, web site and daily. The research found a l in k between read in g conditions and the characteristics of the article.
It was. In this research two ma in roles — bus in ess role and. Especially time constra in ts were concluded to have a high importance in bus in ess role. This led to conclusion th at rel at ively short news stories and unidirectional oper at in g model are. In English, The purpose of the thesis was to study methods of add in g visual in form at ion in to Tekla.
Structures, which is structural build in g in form at ion model in g BIM system made by Tekla. Corpor at ion, and possibly implement some of them. At the time, only some colors and light in g. The author of this thesis had some previous knowledge about real-time render in g and based on. These techniques in cluded 2D textur in g, texture projector functions, bump. Based on research and test in g, the 2D textur in g support was implemented in to Tekla Z-kit,.
M at erial and light in g editors. In the future, the purpose is to take some. Yksityiskohtien toistokyky pulveritooneripohjaisessa digitaalisessa elektrofotografiassa. The objective of this research was to def in e the current level of detail render in g of digital. For the study, electrophotographic office pr in ters were selected as a reference. From the pr in ted samples various pr in t quality measures were determ in ed in order to f in d out the.
In this study only dry toner based. In the liter at ure survey electrophotographic process, factors affect in g electrophotographic pr in t. Accord in g to the liter at ure detail. Samples for the experimental part were g at hered by pr in t in g a test image designed for this study.
The effect of paper on pr in t quality. Thus, the samples were pr in ted only on one paper grade. Detail render in g was studied us in g microdensitometer to measure dynamic range, contrast. In addition to microdensitometric measurements detail. The objective was to study the applicability of. From the. In addition to objective measures also subjective measures were used to evalu at e pr in t.
Smallest reproducible detail size determ in ed from the CTF curves of samples was 57 microns. Detail render in g was found to be limited by dot spread in g and sc at ter in g of toner particles. Accord in g to the results no s in gle process parameter studied was.
Instead, pr in t quality was concluded to be a result of various factors. The limit in g factor of SNR at high frequencies was concluded. Detail render in g was found to be better in paper mach in e direction th at is, in the direction of. Microdensitometric quality measures and image analytical quality measures.
Microdensitometric measurements were. The purpose of the thesis was to f in d out wh at is communic at ion in project management like in. Another objective was to f in d out wh at k in d of genres appear in. Identify in g problems and development needs concern in g. The thesis is a part of a project which aims at f in d in g. In the experimental part of the thesis in terviews were carried out in order to get in form at ion.
A questionnaire and. Six persons from four companies took part in the in terviews and Accord in g to the results e. The in terviewees brought out for. The in terviewees gave contradictory op in ions. On the other hand some of them said th at new. For example face-to-face communic at ion, well-def in ed in structions, traceability of. In addition to factors in fluenc in g organiz at ional communic at ion also media usage and op in ions.
Based on liter at ure and the f in d in gs it can be st at ed. In English, 89 pages. The objective of this study was to exam in e, which pr in t in g parameters, and to wh at extend,. It was assumed, th at the sharpness of n at ural images is the.
In offset pr in t in g l in e frequency of halfton in g and the. Therefore these two parameters were chosen to. Another aim of the study was to f in d a method to exam in e pr in ted halftone dots and to. In the liter at ure part of this study the factors in fluenc in g sharpness perception — colour vision.
Also the importance of. The in fluence of paper properties on reproduction of sharp images was. In the experimental part the significance of edge width and height for perceived image sharpness. It was found th at , with images conta in in g sk in. The in fluence of in creas in g l in e.
Analysis methods for dot properties were also exam in ed. Halftone dots were photographed with. Thus the density vari at ion. The halftone dots pr in ted with different l in e frequencies. It was concluded th at , when same density was pr in ted. This was due to the higher dot ga in , because of which.
As the higher dot ga in in fluenced the perceived image sharpness through both smaller details. It was, however, found th at , in pr in t in g situ at ion both of these methods can be used to. This requires some optimiz at ion, because the l in e frequency and. One of the central factors in the media convergence is the establishment of the means of. S in ce pr in ted products have an essential role. The solutions th at comb in e the properties of.
The applic at ions in this area aim to. The research presented in this thesis focuses to the problem of how the in form at ion th at is read. The objective of this research was to f in d the most usable ways of transferr in g the in form at ion to.
Accord in gly to the pr in ciples of object-oriented programm in g, this framework can be further. The framework was tested by develop in g a test applic at ion th at makes it possible for the user to. A Bluetooth connection and the return channel of the MHP.
The goal was to classify the knowledge and discover. Particularly the roles of tacit. Knowledge management in the media is a new area of study and knowledge perta in in g to images. Previous studies were available from the fields of knowledge. The liter at ure survey conducted focused on the theory and. The research was conducted as a case study us in g both quantit at ive and qualit at ive d at a. In addition, two surveys were conducted concern in g the criteria for image.
Accord in g to the results the knowledge used in the image workflow is practical, varied, dynamic. Part of the knowledge employed was implicit and. The textual components at tached to the images. In the requests and searches for. The knowledge dealt with concrete objects, doma in s or events and the context of the public at ion. Criteria perta in in g to the. The f in al image selection criteria were dynamic and arose from the viewed images.
The results of the study were used to amplify an analysis tool for the content description of. A model for. Several parts of. A brief in troduction is followed by the abstracts of the theses as written by the students. The Media Technology Labor at ory offers major topics for MSc studies in different educ at ional programs of the University under the umbrella term media technology.
The oper at ional idea of the Labor at ory is based on an in form at ion and process perspective to media technology. A media process is def in ed as one which extends from content capture and cre at ion, publish in g, dissem in at ion of content by pr in t and electronic media to the end-use situ at ion as the f in al step. In the research of the Labor at ory , the focus is on visual media. The value cha in of commercial media processes is long and encompasses a number of partners and technologies.
This is reflected as a variety of areas of MSc thesis topics and a variety of types of in dustrial and research organiz at ions which sponsor or commission theses. With in any given time frame the range of topics gives expression to wh at has been of topical in terest. It is evident though th at the media convergence theme has been of in terest in The term hybrid media refers to technologically medi at ed comb in at ions of pr in t and electronic media.
The area has also been an object of active research in terest at the Media Technology Labor at ory. Topics deal in g with multi-channel publish in g — in cluded in the content production c at egory — are also expressions of the on-go in g media convergence development. The distribution fluctu at es from year to year and appears to follow the economical situ at ion in any given in dustry.
Table 2 MSc Eng thesis topics in media technology over a five year period and in Some of the theses are available on-l in e, as in dic at ed by l in ks. In F in nish, 89 pages. The purpose of this master's thesis was to clarify if there is a need to exploit paper-reel specific in form at ion on a pr in t in g mach in e. Based on test pr in ts, the experimental part aims to def in e wh at types of changes in the paper cause the colour control system to react, and how quickly the control system responds to changes in the paper.
Through liter at ure also the pr in t in g mach in e's in k in g unit mechanism became familiar, in particular the function in g and functionality of the ColorQuick colour control system used in the experimental part. The sav in g and stor in g of the paper-reel specific in form at ion and autom at ic identific at ion of the reels is also addressed.
The usability test of the ColorQuick colour control system, as carried out in the experimental part, shows th at the system was experienced as useful and necessary, and no major functionality problems were reported. The research m at erial was g at hered by test pr in t in g collection reels with a he at set-offset pr in t in g mach in e us in g the colour control system.
Test runs were conducted with four different collection reels th at consisted of paper samples composed of paper of different qualities. Correl at ion coefficients and the t-test were used, when the impact of various properties to the devi at ion dispersion of the densities was tested. Based on the measurements, it could be concluded th at the stabilis at ion of the colour control system occurs, after chang in g the paper quality, at about meters, in other words approxim at ely after pr in ted sheets.
When measur in g po in ts were changed, the vari at ions in the density clearly followed the predicted results for the need of colour and the settl in g of the colour. When alter in g paper samples, both the manufactur in g and the pr in t in g side of the paper sheets had no significant impact to the density changes of the sheets pr in ted with the colour control system on.
Neither the vari at ion in the paper quality nor the change in the weight of the paper in different paper samples had as significant of an effect on the density values as foreseen. Conclusion drawn from the test results shows th at only a change in the paper type had an important enough impact justify in g the use of th at in form at ion on the pr in t in g mach in e.
The exploit at ion of paperreel specific or paper-b at ch specific in form at ion on the pr in t in g mach in e is accord in g to the research not beneficial. In F in nish, pages. Develop in g these systems too rapidly results in an accumul at ion of problems for both the users and the designers of the system. Modell in g in form at ion systems makes it possible to stop and take stock of the current st at us of such systems and to take an in -depth look at the real problems in this area.
The ma in objective of this research is to model the in form at ion systems of the production plant, which was the subject of the study, by def in in g a user-centred modell in g process. This process has been designed to suit a situ at ion in which there are serious weaknesses in the modell in g and document at ion of in form at ion systems, and in which the results of the modell in g process will provide a basis for improvements to the systems.
The most important part of the research m at erials studied is comprised of the system users' contextual in terviews. The modell in g process embraces conceptual modell in g, use case briefs and activity diagrams of UML modell in g, and models us in g d at a-flow diagrams. In addition, the study discusses the evalu at ion and usability of in form at ion systems as well as suggestions for the improvement of these systems on the basis of the modell in g process.
At the same time, in terest was taken in if in creased visual in form at ion provided by higher resolution required more mental workload or if the amount of workload was dim in ished because of in creased context in form at ion or clearer text. The liter at ure part dealt with human visual system and knowledge of read in g, especially read in g from screens. The concept of mental workload and methods for estim at in g it were also discussed. Tests in cluded three different layouts us in g wider visual angle and one test us in g narrower visual angle.
The performance was measured by read in g r at e, read in g comprehension and read in g efficiency. Workload was measured by subjective estim at e calcul at ed by NASA Task Load Index and physiological estim at es measured by eye bl in k r at e and heart r at e variability.
The subjects also answered a question about the most pleasant way of display in g text on screen and in wh at way they could see themselves us in g the test display for read in g in everyday use. The experiments showed no st at istically significant effects of the way the text was represented on the screen on read in g performance or on mental workload. Read in g comprehension was slightly improved when text represent at ion was larger in peripheral visual field. Improv in g resolution reduced workload measured by both subjective r at in gs and heart r at e variability st at istically significantly.
Their in creas in g use contrasts the decreas in g acceptance of analogue media like newspapers. The research of the RFID technology and the reception of digital television on mobile devices gives an in sight to the technological possibilities. It is expectable th at the in terest in the developed concepts will in crease dur in g the last years.
Therefore, a survey among several organiz at ions work in g in the pr in t and broadcast in dustry is done to f in d out possible future developments regard in g pr in t-based in teractive communic at ion. F in ally a reference applic at ion will demonstr at e the prototypical functionality of one concept. A second goal is the implement at ion of user in terface to demonstr at e the usability of mobile devices regard in g the reception of digital television.
In this thesis it is studied the tasks of face localiz at ion and pose estim at ion from digital color images of which each conta in s a s in gle person. Inform at ion obta in ed from the completion of the tasks is in tended to be used in estim at in g semantic criteria def in ed by an ontogy for contentbased image retrieval. The ontology has been developed earlier in the Labor at ory of Media Technology.
The theoretical part of the thesis consists of liter at ure reviews on face localiz at ion and pose estim at ion. The practical part of the thesis was the development and implement at ion and test in g of the methods. The task of the methods in the first stage is to loc at e the face and estim at e its pose with such precision, th at the methods in the second stage can be used. The first stage uses control str at egies in case of some failures in the localiz at ion process. The second stage tries to improve the results of the first stage.
The face region search in cludes us in g sk in detection by adaptive threshold in g. The face region in more detail and eyes are loc at ed with loc at ors, th at are based on the Viola-Jones face detector. The localiz at ion of the mouth is based on us in g multiple fe at ures and cues such as in form at ion drawn from a mean face model, loc at ions of the detected facial fe at ures and the results of color-based segment at ion.
The pose classific at ion th at is done in the first stage is based on us in g a comb in at ion of two geometric-transform at ion based methods and a fe at ure-based approach. The face ASM is in itialized based on the loc at ions of the detected facial fe at ure po in ts and the estim at ed head turn in the coarse stage.
The estim at ion of the head turn in the f in al stage is based on us in g the shape parameters of the converged face ASM. The implemented and developed methods were tested with two different test sets. Various valid at ion measures were used in the tests. Despite of the fact th at many compromises had to be made in the development and implement at ion of the methods due to the comput at ional requirements and partially little tra in in g d at a, some very good results have been obta in ed.
One of the most important factors of usability is readability, which is exam in ed in this research. Applicable methods in clude bar codes and m at rix codes which are used to encode d at a in bi-level symbols. More sophistic at ed methods also exist but the performance of present-day mobile devices is 6 Graphic Arts in F in land 33 3 in sufficient to process them.
The low quality of the cameras in these devices in troduces technological challenges which have to be addressed in order to achieve good usability. In addition the imag in g quality and properties of cameraphones were compared to digital cameras of good quality consider in g future possibilities.
The tests measured the effect of symbol type, quality of the camera and imag in g properties. The variables used were camera resolution, image compression r at io, imag in g distance and angle as well as focal distance of the lens. In addition the effect of symbol type, amount of encoded d at a and symbol size were studied.
Especially the close focus in g ability of the lens and imag in g resolution had strong in fluence on readability. The readability of both bar codes and m at rix codes was reasonable but the vers at ility of m at rix codes is better suited for this k in d of use. Read in g of pr in ted codes is possible with present-day mobile devices on the basis of these measurements.
However usability is limited by low d at a process in g power, poor close focus in g ability and low resolution of cameras. As technical properties improve smaller and more complex codes can be read more easily and reliably. The importance of communic at ion networks in everyday communic at ions and bus in ess life has in creased significantly dur in g the past decades. At the same time requirements for service capacity and reliability have in creased as well.
The scope of this Master's thesis is to evalu at e a given teleoper at or's IP-network services reliability with vary in g d at a l in k layer technologies. The literary part in troduces different technologies and oper at or's correspond in g services with their ma in components. Also the core elements of SLA :s are in troduced. The work part evalu at es the actual realis at ion of the service reliability compared to the SLA provided.
The r at io between realised values and S LA is analysed and sanction probabilities predicted. Development needs in the service, reliability measurement tools and subcontractor rel at ions are po in ted out. No additional conclusions of the teleoper at or or the service can be done, but the ones mentioned with in this thesis.
In F in nish, 82 pages. It has been known from the start of digital television broadcast in g in F in land th at the most in terest in g area of this new technology is the new in teractive services. MHP-pl at form which is based on Java technology makes it possible to produce for example two-way bank or communic at ion services to the television.
The goal of this research was to in vestig at e how f in ancial in form at ion and news can be presented in digital television. On the basis of tests carried out in test environment specifically built for this project and the liter at ure study, the new service was decided to cre at e in to Superteletext environment without the use of return-channel. Superteletext service is a new version of analog teletext service. Better 7 Graphic Arts in F in land 33 3 graphic environment and page description language makes it easy to produce content to the Superteletext.
Research st at ed th at the technology of normal CTR-television guides how the service will shape in to the television. The aspects of us in g remote controller has to be also taken in to account when design in g the navig at ion and usability of the service.
The technical parameters in cluded color brightness, contrast and s at ur at ion, image size, cropp in g and sharpness. Photographs can be glanced at very quickly, they can be viewed in a more concentr at ed manner, or they can be present in the peripheral visual field. The research concentr at ed on still news photographs in clud in g people as subjects. The liter at ure survey discussed the messages of images, news photographs and different technical parameters based on liter at ure ma in ly in the fields of communic at ion, visual communic at ion and photojournalism.
The perceptual process of view in g images and different view in g contexts were discussed based on liter at ure in perceptual and cognitive psychology. Two experiments were conducted in order to study the in fluence of technical parameters on the messages of news photographs. The participants were randomly divided in to two groups of subjects.
Each photograph was digitally manipul at ed in terms of a s in gle parameter and different versions of the same photograph were presented to the groups.
Empirical examples are particular popular in introductions make sure to provide citations , such as:. The first sentence of introduction could be: Freight flows largely define the costs for maintaining infrastructure, as the rear axles of a typical 13 ton van cause 1,times the structural damage of a car Small, Winston, and Evans The introduction should also provide at least one research question that you try to answer. Last but not least, the introduction should also introduce the structure of the thesis i.
The literature review is a core element of your thesis and shows that you are capable of working scientifically. As you explain what other researchers have found on your topic, the reader will realize that you know this topic extremely well. This will build trust that you can provide a piece of work yourself that is scientifically relevant. Equally important, you will need to identify a gap in the literature that you intent to fill. This is how you justify your thesis, and it helps the reader to assess the importance of your work.
This gap may be methodological "I will develop a new method that is able to answer my research question, which previously applied methods cannot as well. Describe in detail which data you use and how you collect these data. This may include qualitative data "I analyze these in-depth travel behavior surveys. The description should be as detailed that a very good fellow student in your field would be able to more or less reproduce your work. Obviously, here you describe in great detail the actual analysis you conducted.
The level of detail should be sufficient to allow a very smart fellow student in your field to reproduce more or less your research. The most important at the beginning: The chapter Conclusions does not contain a summary of your thesis! The summary is provided in the abstract of the beginning of your thesis, but not here.
Instead, the conclusions shall do what the title suggests: Synthesize your findings and conclude what we learn from that. It will be useful to refer to your research question s and discuss if those were confirmed or rejected by your research. You may also refer back to you literature review and compare your findings with the findings that others have published. This is also a good place to talk about limitations of your research. By clearly stating what your research is not able to do well, your thesis becomes stronger.
If you show that you understand what your methodology misses, you show the reader that you understand very well what you research has accomplished, and what may need further research. Which brings us to another topic you should touch on in your conclusions: What are future research needs? If a fellow student of you wanted to build on your research, what would be the next logical step that s he should try to address? Last but not least, you may also assess if your findings have practical implications.
Examples: Should waste water engineers use an additional test to assess water quality? Should transportation planners use different data to assess the level of service? Here you list all references that were cited in your work, and only those references. References you read but did not cite do not appear here. After all, they were not relevant enough for this thesis to be cited, so they do not belong in your list of references. If you use a reference management system highly recommended , the list of references is created automatically.
LaTeX also nicely integrated with Bibtex to automatically create a list of references. TUM offers Citavi and Endnote for free to students access here , log in required , and there are a number of other systems that also may work well for you see this list on wikipedia. Or in English: I hereby confirm that this thesis was written independently by myself without the use of any sources beyond those cited, and all passages and ideas taken from other sources are cited accordingly.
You may provide additional information in appendices. Some researchers are of the opinion that if something is important it should go into the main body of the thesis; and if it doesn't deserve being in the main body of the thesis, it should not be provided at all. Others say that is may be useful to provide extensive tables, mathematical proofs or series of graphics in the appendix if they are not required to understand the main text but useful for the interested reader.
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