• Active vs. passive defense against a strategic attacker 

      Hausken, Kjell; Levitin, Gregory (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      The article analyzes how a defender determines a balance between protecting an object (passive defense) and striking preventively against an attacker seeking to destroy the object (active defense). The attacker analogously ...
    • Approaching doomsday: how SARS was presented in the Norwegian media 

      Hansen, Ketil Fred (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-08)
      This article reviews why SARS received so much media attention in Norway, beginning with descriptions of the dynamics and dilemmas faced in health risk communication from the point of view of medical experts and ...
    • A strategic analysis of information sharing among cyber hackers 

      Hausken, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-08)
      We build a game theory model where the market design is such that one firm invests in security to defend against cyber attacks by two hackers. The firm has an asset, which is allocated between the three market participants ...
    • Bjørnsons tankar om ein Æresret for Pressen 

      Rongen, Ole Bjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013-12)
      Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson har, saman med andre av våre framståande forfattarar, fått sin plass også i norsk pressehistorie. Men Bjørnsons pionertankar som ein "Æresret for Pressen", ein slags forløpar for Pressens faglege utval ...
    • Bøker i en digital tid 

      Hillesund, Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2006)
      The article presents literature that analyses recent changes in the book industry: concentration of publishing firms, commercialisation, and introduction of new digital technologies. The article pays special attention ...
    • Can large-scale cultural events lead to cultural scepticism? Tracing unintended consequences of Stavanger2008 European Capital of Culture 

      Knudsen, Knud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      Large scale cultural events often have idealistic aims of affecting participants and spectators in a positive manner, by widening public’s cultural understandings and horizons. The ‘Open Port’ motto chosen for the ...
    • Choosing what to protect when attacker resources and asset valuations are uncertain 

      Hausken, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-07)
      The situation has been modelled where the attacker’s resources are unknown to the defender. Protecting assets presupposes that the defender has some information on the attacker’s resource capabilities. An attacker targets ...
    • Conflicting goals and mixed roles in risk regulation: a case study of the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate 

      Lindøe, Preben; Olsen, Odd Einar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-12)
      This paper discusses the challenge of a regulator being on a position of preventing organisational accidents in high-technology domains when causes are complex, often poorly understood and with an open or hidden expectation ...
    • Cooperation and between-group competition 

      Hausken, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2000-07)
      Introducing competition between groups may induce cooperation to emerge in defection games despite considerable cost of cooperation. If the groups can confine themselves to a cooperative sector, either by providing incentives ...
    • Defending against a stockpiling terrorist 

      Hausken, Kjell; Zhuang, Jun (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      A government defends against a terrorist who attacks repeatedly and stockpiles its resources over time. The government defends an asset and attacks the terrorist’s resources. The terrorist defends its resources and attacks ...
    • Design and application for a replicable foresight methodology bridging quantitative and qualitative expert data 

      Karlsen, Jan Erik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-04)
      Producing foresight knowledge frequently requires both evidence and creativity based expertise. This paper offers assessment of an electronic expert Group Support System (named «E-lab») facilitating efficient foresight ...
    • Digital humanities : why worry about reading? 

      Hillesund, Terje (Nobel Symposium;147, Chapter; Conference object, 2011)
      In this study, interviews reveal that sustained discontinuous reading constitutes a distinctive reading characteristic among humanist scholars. Preferring paper to screen, scholars actively use their hands in flicking, ...
    • Digital lesing 

      Hillesund, Terje (Research report, 2002)
      I "Digital lesing" vurderes ebøker og ebokteknologien i forhold til trekk i informasjons- og nettverksamfunnet, i nettverksamfunnet, der distribusjon av tekstbasert digitalt innhold står sentralt. Dette innholdet er i ...
    • Digital reading spaces: How expert readers handle books, the Web and electronic paper 

      Hillesund, Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      This paper focuses on changing reading characteristics and presents a study among a group of expert readers. Considering technological bases of reading and applying corporeal and material perspectives, this study examines ...
    • Digital text cycles: from medieval manuscripts to modern markup 

      Hillesund, Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      The paper argues that the current implementation of digital publishing is a minor step in a long development of digital text cycles. Rather than being a revolution, the digital transformation of text is an evolutionary ...
    • Dokumentarbokas mange former 

      Rongen, Ole Bjørn (Journal article, 2014-09)
      Det viktigaste kravet til dokumentarboka er at den tar for seg verkelege handlingar og verkelege personar, altså sanningskravet. Korleis dette vert gjort, forma, er sekundært. Forma er eit spørsmål om å nå fram til lesaren, ...
    • European grandparents' solicitude: Why older men can be relatively good grandfathers 

      Knudsen, Knud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-09)
      The mechanisms linking grandparental gender and involvement with grandchildren are probably more complex than previously understood. Grandmothers are likely to benefit from their central role as kin-keepers in their ...
    • Exchange, raiding, and the shadow of the future 

      Hausken, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008-04)
      A two-period exchange model is developed where production decisions in the first period determine the amount of resources available in the second period. Each agent allocates resources to defend its production and attack ...
    • Four categories of patient participation in treatment and their linkage to decision-making in a structure of 81 models 

      Hausken, Kjell; Heggland, Liv-Helen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-01)
      We clarify patient participation by developing a systematic structure of 34=81 models spanned out by three subcategories for each of four categories. Choosing a qualitative descriptive research design, and applying purposive ...
    • Game theoretic analysis of two-period-dependent degraded multistate reliability systems 

      Hausken, Kjell (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      A system of two components is analyzed as a two-period game. After period 1 the system can be fully operational, in two states of intermediate degradation, or fail. Analogously to changing failure rates in dependent systems ...