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    • hACME game - A Tool for Teaching Security 

      Hagen, Eilev; Taraldset, Ralf Bjarne (Master thesis, 2009)
      The number of vulnerabilities in computer software is rapidly increasing. Often are these vulnerabilities caused by known and common bugs or design flaws. hACME game is an online game targeted at teaching software developers ...
    • hACME game: Administrative Interface 

      Berrum, Christian Grønnet; Johnsen, Morten Weel (Master thesis, 2011)
      hACME game is a game based learning tool for teaching software security. The game is intended to help raising awareness and interest in the subject of software security. The purpose of the game is to make future software ...
    • Halftone Modulation for Embedding UV Watermarks in Color Printed Images 

      Kitanovski, Vlado; Pedersen, Marius (Chapter, 2019)
      A method for embedding ultraviolet (UV) responsive watermarks in CMY printed halftone images, named white modulation (WM), was proposed recently, which is based on the iterative color direct binary search (CDBS) halftoning ...
    • Halftone modulations for data hiding in color printed images 

      Kitanovski, Vlado (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2019:8, Doctoral thesis, 2019)
      Techniques for embedding imperceptible data in printed images have been studied for the past few decades. The hidden data in printed images can be used to bridge the gap between printed media and the digital world in ...
    • Hallmarks of Criticality in Neuronal Networks Depend on Cell Type and the Temporal Resolution of Neuronal Avalanches 

      Heiney, Kristine; Valderhaug, Vibeke Devold; Huse Ramstad, Ola; Sandvig, Ioanna; Sandvig, Axel; Nichele, Stefano (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The human brain has a remarkable capacity for computation, and it has been theorized that this capacity arises from the brain self-organizing into the critical state, a dynamical state poised between ordered and dis- ordered ...
    • Hand gesture recognition and interactivity in Pexip video conference calls 

      Kanter, Haakon Tideman; Sheikh, Omar Tveiten; Tosbakken, Aleksander (Bachelor thesis, 2023)
      Denne oppgaven omfatter utviklingen av en håndgests-detektor, som ble utviklet for Pexip. Det er to hoveddeler til denne prosessen, en objektdetekteringsmodell og et GStreamer element med en prosesseringsalgoritme for ...
    • Handling Autonomous Robot Scheduling as an Optimization Problem 

      Rugsveen, Nils Inge; Bakke, Alexander (Master thesis, 2016)
      This dissertation investigates the possibility to model the behavior of an agent solving a complex robotic scheduling task, mission 7a of the International Aerial Robotics Competition, as an optimization problem known as ...
    • Handling big spatial data 

      Dahl, Vestein (Master thesis, 2019)
      De siste årene har moderne tjenester og applikasjoner måtte håndtert mer og mer flerdimensjonale data enn noen gang tidligere. Satellitter, mobilenheter, sosiale nettverk og fremtidige IoT-enheter genererer store mengder ...
    • Handling modifiability as an integrated part of development 

      Hervik, John Inge (Master thesis, 2004)
      It is not unusual that software systems are redeveloped when the systems environment changes or new requirements to functionality are found. The reason for this is that system evolution is usually not considered during the ...
    • Hands-free continuous carotid Doppler ultrasound for detection of the pulse during cardiac arrest in a porcine model 

      Faldaas, Bjørn Ove; Nielsen, Erik Waage; Storm, Benjamin; Lappegård, Knut Tore; How, Ole-Jakob; Nilsen, Bent Aksel; Kiss, Gabriel Hanssen; Skogvoll, Eirik; Torp, Hans; Ingul, Charlotte Ingeborg Björk (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Background/Purpose Pulse palpation is an unreliable method for diagnosing cardiac arrest. To address this limitation, continuous hemodynamic monitoring may be a viable solution. Therefore, we developed a novel, hands-free ...
    • Hands-On Experiences With Assistive Technologies for People With Intellectual Disabilities: Opportunities and Challenges 

      Torrado Vidal, Juan Carlos; Gomez, Javier; Montoro, Germán (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In the recent years, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to enhance the educational and developmental interventions of individuals with intellectual disabilities has increased drastically. Current ...
    • Haptisk simulering av organisk materiale modellert med Endelige elementers metode 

      Fagerholt, Geir (Master thesis, 2005)
      Denne rapporten omhandler hvordan endelige elementers metode kan benyttes i modellering av virtuelt organisk materiale til bruk i et haptisk system. Slik fysisk modellering har stor bruksverdi spesielt innenfor medisinske ...
    • Hardware accelerated genetic programming for pattern mining in strings 

      Sætrom, Pål (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2005:197, Doctoral thesis, 2005)
      This thesis considers the problem of mining patterns in strings. Informally, this is the problem of extracting information (patterns) that characterizes parts of, or even the complete, string. The thesis describes a high ...
    • Hardware accelerated sequence analysis 

      Hestnes, Arne Johan (Master thesis, 2005)
      The thesis evaluates two different techniques for using hardware acceleration in sequence analysis. The problem at hand is to detect remote homologies in protein sequences. This is useful for medical purposes, since protein ...
    • Hardware Acceleration of Convolutional Neural Networks 

      Halvorsen, Magnus (Master thesis, 2015)
      Convolutional neural networks have been widely employed for image recognition applications because of their high accuracy, which they achieve by emulating how our own brain recognizes objects. The possibility of making our ...
    • Hardware and software surveillance 

      Braathen, Andreas (Master thesis, 2005)
      The surveillance of computer equipment is an important task at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN). Given the nature and size of its installations, constant feedback about the health state of its hosts is ...
    • Harnessing Mobility Data in Cities: A Case Study from the Bergen Region 

      Ahlers, Dirk; Akerkar, Rajendra Arvind; Krogstie, John; Opdahl, Andreas Lothe; Tessem, Bjørnar; Zhang, Weiqing (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Smart cities attempt to use big data, machine learning, and other topical information and communication techniques (ICTs) to improve energy-consumption, mobility, waste management, and other crucial city functions. Many ...
    • Harnessing Task Usage Prediction and Latency Sensitivity for Scheduling Workloads in Wind-Powered Data Centers 

      Osnes, Idun; Yazidi, Anis; Jacobsen, Hans-Arno; Eliassen, Frank; Sartori, Sabrina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      The growing number of data centers consumes a vast amount of energy for processing. There is a desire to reduce the environmental footprint of the IT industry, and one way to achieve this is to use renewable energy sources. ...
    • Harth: A human activity recognition dataset for machine learning 

      Logacjov, Aleksej; Bach, Kerstin; Kongsvold, Atle; Bårdstu, Hilde Bremseth; Mork, Paul Jarle (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Existing accelerometer-based human activity recognition (HAR) benchmark datasets that were recorded during free living suffer from non-fixed sensor placement, the usage of only one sensor, and unreliable annotations. We ...
    • HashTag Erasure Codes: From Theory to Practice 

      Kralevska, Katina; Gligoroski, Danilo; Jensen, Rune Erlend; Øverby, Harald (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Minimum-Storage Regenerating (MSR) codes have emerged as a viable alternative to Reed-Solomon (RS) codes as they minimize the repair bandwidth while they are still optimal in terms of reliability and storage overhead. ...