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    • A (k, p)-anonymity Framework to Sanitize Transactional Database with Personalized Sensitivity 

      Zhang, Binbin; Lin, Chun Wei; Liu, Qiankun; Fournier-Viger, Philippe; Djenouri, Youcef (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In recent years, analyzing transactional data has become an important data analytic task since it can discover important information in several domains, for recommendation, prediction, and personalization. Nonetheless, ...
    • A 91-Channel Hyperspectral LiDAR for Coal/Rock Classification 

      Shao, Hui; Chen, Yuwei; Yang, Zhirong; Jiang, Changhui; Li, Wei; Wu, Haobo; Wen, Zhijie; Wang, Shaowei; Puttnon, Eetu; Hyyppä, Juha (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      During the mining operation, it is a critical task in coal mines to significantly improve the safety by precision coal mining sorting and rock classification from different layers. It implies that a technique for rapidly ...
    • A big data management architecture for smart cities based on fog-to-cloud data management architecture 

      Sinaeepourfard, Amir; Krogstie, John; Petersen, Sobah Abbas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      A massive volume of data has been created and saved in their related data repositories in either structured or unstructured format (Big Data). There- fore, there are several ongoing studies (including in different ...
    • A Case Study of a Norwegian Scrum Project 

      Lervåg, Alf Børge Bjørdal (Master thesis, 2006)
      In this paper I present a case study of a Norwegian development project where the development team adopted practices from Scrum in the middle of the development effort. My study shows that the developers were happy with ...
    • A Case Study of an Information Infrastructure Supporting Knowledge Work in Oil and Gas Exploration 

      Mikalsen, Marius (Conference object, 2014)
      It is well rehearsed in the fields of CSCW and IS that the relationship between the social and the material is bi-directional and shaped locally. But what happens when knowledge work is stretched across space and time, and ...
    • A Case Study of Coordination in Distributed Agile Software Development 

      Hole, Steinar (Master thesis, 2008)
      Both global software development and agile approaches have gained significant popularity. Companies even show interest in applying agile approaches in distributed development to combine the advantages of both approaches. ...
    • A CBR/RL system for learning micromanagement in real-time strategy games 

      Gunnerud, Martin Johansen (Master thesis, 2009)
      The gameplay of real-time strategy games can be divided into macromanagement and micromanagement. Several researchers have studied automated learning for macromanagement, using a case-based reasoning/reinforcement learning ...
    • A Cellular Automata Accellerator for SHMAC 

      Sømåen, Einar Johan Trøan (Master thesis, 2015)
      Energy usage is an increasingly limiting factor for modern micro processors. One of these limitations is that it is no longer possible to power up all the transistors of the processor at the same time. The Single-ISA ...
    • A ChIP-Seq Benchmark Shows That Sequence Conservation Mainly Improves Detection of Strong Transcription Factor Binding Sites 

      Håndstad, Tony; Rye, Morten Beck; Drabløs, Finn; Sætrom, Pål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Background: Transcription factors are important controllers of gene expression and mapping transcription factor binding sites (TFBS) is key to inferring transcription factor regulatory networks. Several methods for ...
    • A Classifier for Microprocessor Processing Site Prediction in Human MicroRNAs 

      Helvik, Snorre Andreas (Master thesis, 2006)
      MircoRNAs are ~22nts long non-coding RNA sequences that play a central role in gene regulation. As the microRNAs are temporary and not necessarily expressed when RNA from tissue samples are sequenced, bioinformatics is an ...
    • A Coalition based Agent Design for Heroes of Newerth 

      Kvanli, Erik; Hammerstad, Eirik M (Master thesis, 2014)
      Video games have become more and more advanced, yet their artificial intelli-gence components are often a source of criticism. Even though academic AI hascome very far, it is rarely seen in video games due to computational ...
    • A Collaborative Tool for Medical Research 

      Heggelund, Heidi Johansen (Master thesis, 2011)
      Medical researchers today often work in a highly collaborative environment. The methods used to collaborate often include face to face meetings, unnecessary e-mail discussions, and huge amounts of documents sent and received ...
    • A Colour Appearance Model based on Jzazbz Colour Space 

      Safdar, Muhammad; Hardeberg, Jon Yngve; Kim, Youn Jin; Luo, Ming Ronnier (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The current CIE colour appearance model CIECAM02 and its variant named CAM16 can well predict common colour appearance attributes including lightness, brightness, chroma, colowfulness, saturation, hue angle, and hue ...
    • A Combined Swarm System for the Urban Transit Routing Problem 

      Gunby, Hanne; Gustavsen, Susanne (Master thesis, 2015)
      The goal of this thesis is to develop a system that improves urban transit networks. A good transit network can reduce the number of vehicles on the road as people will favor public transport over private transportation. ...
    • A Committee of One - Using Dropout for Active Learning in Deep Networks 

      Gammelsæter, Martin (Master thesis, 2015)
      In many of the problem domains typically tackled by deep learning, data is plentiful and cheap but labeling of the data is tedious and expensive. Letting a model actively select the data instances it is uncertain about ...
    • A Comparative Analysis of Shared Cache Management Techniques for Chip Multiprocessors 

      Grøvdal, Christian Vik (Master thesis, 2013)
      In this thesis we present a comparative analysis of shared cache management techniquesfor chip multiprocessors. When sharing an unmanaged cache between multiplecores, destructive interference can reduce the performance of ...
    • A Comparision of Motivation and Openness in Hybrid Open Source and Open Source Software Projects 

      Hagen, Steinar (Master thesis, 2011)
      Open Source software development is now becoming used for commercial software development, where software companies manage open source projects that are open for everyone who wants to contribute. This is called Hybrid Open ...
    • A Comparison between JACK Intelligent Agents and JACK Teams Applied in Teamwork 

      Spillum, Øystein (Master thesis, 2008)
      This report investigates JACK Intelligent Agents and JACK Teams, and makes a comparison between the two. The main object was to find indications that point out which modeling paradigm that results in least development ...
    • A comparison of feature functions for Tetris strategies 

      Amundsen, Jonas Balgaard (Master thesis, 2014)
      Finding optimal strategies for the game of Tetris is an interesting NP-complete problem that has attracted several AI researchers. Their approaches display subtle variations in the implementation details, with unclear ...
    • A Comparison of Motion-Sensing Game Technologies for use in Physical Rehabilitation 

      Kolbjørnsen, Morten (Master thesis, 2012)
      In this thesis we evaluate the use of Wii, Kinect and Move for use in physical rehabilitation. The goal of this thesis is to evaluate the feasibility of these low-cost commercially available motion-sensing devices for ...