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Fakultet for økonomi (ØK) 
NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet (VM) 
St. Olavs hospital 
Øvrige samlinger 
Innovation in hospitals: The diffusion of knowledge and innovations in the context of specialization (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2020:380, Doctoral thesis, 2020)SUMMARY (Norweign below) The purpose of this dissertation is to increase our understanding of how knowledge specialization impacts the interactions and knowledge exchange among specialists and creates barriers for ...
(Doctoral theses at NTNU;2020:379, Doctoral thesis, 2020)Modeling of wireless channels is perhaps the most complex task in implementing a wireless communication system because wireless channels change over time, vary with frequency and space. That is, the transmit signal with ...
Heuristic models for wear prediction and dynamic-based condition monitoring techniques in pantograph-catenary interaction (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2020:381, Doctoral thesis, 2020)Railway catenaries are key components of electric railways, representing for the trains both their power source and their performance limiter. Although the amount of electrified railways is noticeably lower than the ...
New insights into the world's longest series of monthly snowfall (Parma, Northern Italy, 1777–2018) (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)The emergence of decreasing trends in snowfall frequency and snow depth highlights the challenges arising from shifts in snow regimes. In particular, snow‐dependent southern Europe regions may be negatively impacted by ...
Avoiding ambient air in test tubes during incubations of human whole-blood minimizes complement background activation (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)Background In vitro, the complement system can be studied in test tubes incubated with anticoagulated human whole-blood. Background activation of complement may mask inflammatory signals. Air bubbles are known to activate ...