• A comparison between optimization algorithms applied to offshore crane design using an online crane prototyping tool 

      Hameed, Ibrahim; Bye, Robin Trulssen; Osen, Ottar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Offshore crane design requires the configuration of a large set of design parameters in a manner that meets customers’ demands and operational requirements, which makes it a very tedious, time-consuming and expensive process ...
    • A computer-automated design tool for intelligent virtual prototyping of offshore cranes 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Osen, Ottar; Pedersen, Birger Skogeng (Chapter, 2015)
      In close collaboration with the maritime industry, virtual prototyping with maritime application has been an important research topic for Aalesund University College for some years. In this paper, we describe the development ...
    • A Flipped Classroom Approach for Teaching a Master’s Course on Artificial Intelligence 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      In this paper, I present a flipped classroom approach for teaching a master’s course on artificial intelligence. Traditional lectures from the classroom are outsourced to an open online course that contains high quality ...
    • A Game-based Learning Framework for Controlling Brain-Actuated Wheelchairs 

      Hjørungdal, Rolf-Magnus; Sanfilippo, Filippo; Osen, Ottar; Rutle, Adrian; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Chapter, 2016)
      Paraplegia is a disability caused by impairment in motor or sensory functions of the lower limbs. Most paraplegic subjects use mechanical wheelchairs for their movement, however, patients with reduced upper limb functionality ...
    • A Low Cost USV for Aqua Farm Inspection 

      Osen, Ottar; Havnegjerde, Albert; Kamsvåg, Vegard; Liavåg, Sveinung; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      This paper describes the rapid prototyping of a low cost remotely controlled unmanned surface vessel (USV) intended for inspection of aqua farms. There is an increased focus on inspection of ocean-based aqua farms due to ...
    • A Receding Horizon Genetic Algorithm for Dynamic Resource Allocation: A Case Study on Optimal Positioning of Tugs 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This paper presents a receding horizon genetic algorithm (RHGA) for dynamic resource allocation. The algorithm combines methods from control theory and computational intelligence to simultaneously solve the problems of (i) ...
    • A Riemannian geometry theory of human movement: The geodesic synergy hypothesis 

      Neilson, Peter D.; Neilson, Megan D.; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Mass-inertia loads on muscles change with posture and with changing mechanical interactions between the body and the environment. The nervous system must anticipate changing mass-inertia loads, especially during fast ...
    • a simulation model for power management in hybrid ships 

      Sorte, Nora (Bachelor thesis, 2020)
      Målet for dette prosjektet var å lage en grunnleggende Simulink modell som kan brukes til å simulere kraftproduksjonen i et skip som har både batterier og dieselelektriske generatorer. Jeg begynte med å lage en veldig ...
    • A Simulation Study of Evaluation Heuristics for Tug Fleet Optimisation Algorithms 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2015)
      Tug fleet optimisation algorithms can be designed to solve the problem of dynamically positioning a fleet of tugs in order to mitigate the risk of oil tanker drifting accidents. In this paper, we define the 1D tug fleet ...
    • A Software Framework For Intelligent Computer-Automated Product Design 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Osen, Ottar; Pedersen, Birger Skogeng; Hameed, Ibrahim; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2016)
      For many years, NTNU in Ålesund (formerly Aalesund University College) has maintained a close relationship with the maritime industrial cluster, centred in the surrounding geographical region, thus acting as a hub for both ...
    • A sustainable model for optimal dynamic allocation of patrol tugs to oil tankers 

      Assimizele, Brice; Oppen, Johan; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Chapter, 2013)
      Oil tanker traffic constitutes a vital part of the maritime operations in the High North and is associated with considerable risk to the environment. As a consequence, the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) administers ...
    • Aktiv læring i Mikrokontrollarar 

      Schaathun, Welie Annett; Schaathun, Hans Georg; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Aktiv læring har vore ein viktig trend i utdanningssektoren i lang tid med både klassiske og moderne proponentar. I praksis skjer det likevel at aktiv læring vert sekundær til tradisjonelle førelesingar og annan passiv ...
    • An improved receding horizon genetic algorithm for the tug fleet optimisation problem 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2014)
      A fleet of tugs along the northern Norwegian coast must be dynamically positioned to minimise the risk of oil tanker drifting accidents. We have previously presented a receding horizon genetic algorithm (RHGA) for solving ...
    • An intelligent winch prototyping tool 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Osen, Ottar; Rekdalsbakken, Webjørn; Pedersen, Birger Skogeng; Hameed, Ibrahim (Chapter, 2017)
      In this paper we present a recently developed intelligent winch prototyping tool for optimising the design of maritime winches, continuing our recent line of work using artificial intelligence for intelligent computer-automated ...
    • Augmentert realitet for Offshore Kran Operasjoner 

      Gielesen, Demy Patrick (Master thesis, 2019)
      I min oppåve, utforsker eg potensialet for bruk av Augmentert Realitet i offshore-kran situasjoner. Som forslag frå Offshore Simulator Center (OSC), var ideen å bruke eit Microsoft HoloLens headset for prototyping og kran ...
    • CommonLang: a DSL for defining robot tasks 

      Rutle, Adrian; Backer, Jonas; Foldøy, Kolbein; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Robots are becoming more and more complex and heterogeneous; their abilities and domains of usage are increasing exponentially. Programming these robots requires special skills and usually does not follow standard software ...
    • Development of adaptive locomotion of a caterpillar-like robot based on a sensory feedback CPG model 

      Li, Guoyuan; Zhang, Houxiang; Zhang, Jianwei; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This paper presents a novel Control mechanism for generating adaptive locomotion of a caterpillar-like robot in complex terrain. Inspired by biological findings in studies of the locomotion of the lamprey, we employ sensory ...
    • Digital art application development: A project to increase motivation in systems development courses for bachelor students in computer engineering 

      Karlsen, Anniken Th; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      In this demonstration, we present some in-progress results of using digital art application development as an example of entertainment computing for increasing motivation and participation in a computer engineering ...
    • Dynamic Resource Allocation with Maritime Application (DRAMA): Final Report 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen (Research report, 2014)
      An important challenge within the offshore industry and sea traffic preparedness is how to plan and optimise the positioning of a fleet of vessels in a dynamic, everchanging environment such that operating costs and risks ...
    • ECMS 2013 Conference Proceedings 

      Bye, Robin Trulssen; Zhang, Houxiang; Rekdalsbakken, Webjørn (Book, 2013)