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    • Tactile-sensitive robotic grasping of food compliant objects with deep learning as a learning policy 

      Olofsson, Alexander Martin (Master thesis, 2017)
      This thesis outlines work done in generating models used to control a robotic arm and tactile sensitive gripper for successfully grasping compliant food objects, using colour and depth images as input. The compliant food ...
    • Tag Inference 

      Minsås, Håvard Rakbjørg (Master thesis, 2023)
      Moderne bygg bruker i større grad enn tidligere ulike sensorer for å overvåke ulike deler av konstruksjonen. Slik data lagres gjerne som en tidsserie, hvor verdier assosieres med et tidsstempel. I denne oppgaven behandles ...
    • Tag Prediction in Social Media - Predicting Image Tags with Computer Vision and Word Embedding 

      Glad-Ørbak, Petter (Master thesis, 2018)
      Social Media produces vast amounts of user-generated content (UGC) every second, and images are increasingly part of enriching this content. The need for effective ways to organize and categorize content is bigger than ...
    • Tailoring Agile Methods for Large Projects - A Case Study of a Large Agile Project 

      Svorstøl, Stein-Otto (Master thesis, 2017)
      The adoption of agile methodologies is increasing. The methods are usually designed for one team of 5-12 people. This makes the adoption challenging for large organizations. There is little research on the implementation ...
    • Tailoring Entity Matching for Industrial Settings 

      Barlaug, Nils (Chapter, 2020)
      Entity matching has received significant attention from the research community over many years. Despite some limited success, most state-of-the-art methods see no widespread usage in industry. In this paper, we present ...
    • TaleTUC: Automatic Speech Recognition for a Bus Route Information System 

      Andersstuen, Runar; Marcussen, Christoffer Jun (Master thesis, 2012)
      With the constant increase in smartphone sales, integrated sensors have becomeavailable to the average user. This allows for mobile applications to utilise theuser s context to provide more accurate information. The ...
    • TaleTUC: Text-to-Speech and Other Enhancements to Existing Bus Route Information Systems 

      Engell, Trond Bøe (Master thesis, 2012)
      As smartphone sales increase, the demand for content for these devices alsoincreases. Service providers that want to reach out to as many users as possibleneed to create smartphone applications that satisfy people that do ...
    • Tangible Interactive Games for Use in Physiotherapy 

      Løhren, Stine Johanne Wang; Osen, Maria (Master thesis, 2022)
      Fysioterapi krever ofte at pasienter utfører repetitive øvelser over en lengre periode, noe som kan gjøre det utfordrende å opprettholde motivasjonen. Seriøse spill (serious games) har blitt brukt for å øke motivasjonen i ...
    • Tangible Interactive Games for Use in Physiotherapy 

      Løhren, Stine Johanne Wang; Osen, Maria (Master thesis, 2022)
      Fysioterapi krever ofte at pasienter utfører repetitive øvelser over en lengre periode, noe som kan gjøre det utfordrende å opprettholde motivasjonen. Seriøse spill (serious games) har blitt brukt for å øke motivasjonen i ...
    • Tappetina's Empathy - A Study of Serious Games Facilitating Empathy with Storytelling 

      Skaraas, Sindre Berntsen (Master thesis, 2018)
      Background: Empathy is the ability for people to understand other people s motivations, positions, and emotions. This is an important way for people to relate to each other and much research has been done to find out how ...
    • Tappetina: An Ecosystem of Art, Software, and Research 

      Jaccheri, Maria Letizia; Gomez Escribano, Javier; Skaraas, Sindre B (Chapter, 2018)
      Tappetina is a fairy tale about mentoring, social innovation and technology. A set of projects have been developed around the Tappetina concept. These include science workshops for teenagers and the associated material ...
    • Task Based Parallel Programming on the SHMAC Multi-Core Prototype 

      Walstad, Magnus (Master thesis, 2014)
      In this thesis, different task based parallel programming implementations are evaluated for use on the tile-based Single-ISA Heterogeneous MAny-core Computer (SHMAC). The OpenMP API is chosen as the preferred parallel ...
    • Task sharing system for Craftsman 

      Erfani, Amir (Master thesis, 2006)
      This thesis has been motivated by the file sharing systems that has become extremly popular since they emerged. The concept of these applications is to log in and share files from your computer with other people. This will ...
    • Task-Technology Fit in Manufacturing: Examining Human-Machine Symbiosis Through a Configurational Approach 

      Mikalef, Patrick; Torvatn, Hans Yngvar; Arica, Emrah (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      With the last few years seeing an increased introduction of technological innovations in factories, one of the most pressing issues is how these technologies can be deployed to optimally support the activities of professionals ...
    • TAW: Cost-Effective Threshold Authentication with Weights for Internet of Things 

      Ning, Zhenhu; Xu, Guangquan; Xiong, Naixue; Yang, Yongli; Shen, Changxiang; Panaousis, Emmanouil; Wang, Hao; Liang, Kaitai (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In the Internet of Things, based on the collaboration of sensing nodes, sensing data are collected and transmitted. The collaboration of sensing nodes also plays an important role in the safeguard of the Internet of Things. ...
    • A Taxonomy for Cloud Storage Cost 

      Khan, Akif Quddus; Nikolov, Nikolay Vladimirov; Matskin, Mihhail; Prodan, Radu; Bussler, Christoph; Roman, Dumitru; Soylu, Ahmet (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      The cost of using cloud storage services is complex and often an unclear structure, while it is one of the important factors for organisations adopting cloud storage. Furthermore, organisations take advantage of multi-cloud ...
    • TCM: Temporal Consistency Model for Head Detection in Complex Videos 

      Khan, Sultan Daud; Altamimi, Ahmed Bder; Ullah, Mohib; Ullah, Habib; Alaya Cheikh, Faouzi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Head detection in real-world videos is a classical research problem in computer vision. Head detection in videos is challenging than in a single image due to many nuisances that are commonly observed in natural videos, ...
    • TEA: Time-Proportional Event Analysis 

      Gottschall, Björn; Eeckhout, Lieven; Jahre, Magnus (Chapter, 2023)
      As computer architectures become increasingly complex and heterogeneous, it becomes progressively more difficult to write applications that make good use of hardware resources. Performance analysis tools are hence critically ...
    • Teacher Collaboration in Online Learning: Analyzing an Asynchronous Learning Network in an Online Programming Course for Teachers 

      Stai, Sondre (Master thesis, 2020)
      Innføringen av programmering i skolen har medført til utfordringer knyttet til videreutdan- ning for utøvende lærere. Flere universiteter og høyskoler i Norge tilbyr nettbaserte kurs i programmering for lærere, inkludert ...
    • Teacher Tracking with Integrity: What Indoor Positioning Can Reveal About Instructional Proxemics 

      Martinez-Maldonado, Roberto; Mangaroska, Katerina; Schulte, Jurgen; Elliott, Doug; Axisa, Carmen; Buckingham Shum, Simon (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Automatic tracking of activity and location in the classroom is becoming increasingly feasible and inexpensive. However, although there is a growing interest in creating classrooms embedded with tracking capabilities using ...