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Controllability analysis of planar snake robots influenced by viscous ground friction
This paper investigates the controllability properties of planar snake robots influenced by viscous ground friction forces. The paper provides three contributions: 1) A partially feedback linearized model of a planar snake ...
How single events change travel mode choice : a life span perspective
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2004)
This paper reports the results of an explorative study with 91 German participants which was conducted in late 2003 as online-research with people between 19 and 62 years of age. Aim of the study was to test which events ...
How and why is the NORA project adding value to the institutional repositories established in Norway?
In this paper we study the Norwegian NORA project and discuss how and why the services rendered are of value to the participants. For background purposes we begin by looking into topics such as open access and institutional ...
Mannskorsang som aktivitet – Ka’ handle det om?
Design of Human-Map System Interaction
(Chapter; Conference object, 2008)
In this work-in-progress we present some ideas and findings involving map design and human performance. Satellites has once and for all automated geographic positioning and resulted in a plethora of map applications, ...
Homocysteine Electrochemistry at a Mercury Electrode in the Presence of Nickel Ions
Hcy gives rise to a series of voltammetric peaks in the presence of Ni2+ and under the conditions of cathodic stripping voltammetry, as follows: A) cathodic reaction of mercury thiolate (with a Ni2+-dependent peak potential); ...
Duties and Rights of Biobank Participants: Principled Autonomy, Consent, Voluntariness and Privacy
In this chapter the notion of principled autonomy is presented, and the perspective enabled by this notion is applied in the field of biobanking. Some consequences of the perspective of principled autonomy on aspects of ...
Ellipsens syntaktiske struktur
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
Flexibility and cooperation: Virtual learning environments in online undergraduate mathematics
In this paper we investigate the learning environment in the online undergraduate mathematics initiative DELTA. We find that the students work alone and that their most important learning relation is to the teacher. The ...