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    • 2D and 3D On-Chip Development of Cellular Automata Machines 

      Støvneng, Ola Martin Tiseth (Master thesis, 2014)
      Cellular automata (CAs) are massively parallel machines where many simple cells work together to solve a larger problem. Each cell is very simple and only interacts with its neighbouring cells. Evolutionary algorithms (EAs) ...
    • 3D modelling using Leap Motion - Focusing on homogeneous transforms 

      Reiten, John Edvard (Master thesis, 2014)
      In this project, an implementation of an interactive application that focus on how to do homogeneous transformations using Leap Motion as the interaction interface have been made. A literature study was conducted in the ...
    • 3D ultrasound reconstruction algorithms from analog and digital data 

      Solberg, Ole Vegard; Lindseth, Frank; Bø, Lars Eirik; Muller, Sebastien; Meland, Janne Beate Lervik; Tangen, Geir Arne; Hernes, Toril A. Nagelhus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      Freehand 3D ultrasound is increasingly being introduced in the clinic for diagnostics and image-assisted interventions. Various algorithms exist for combining 2D images of regular ultrasound probes to 3D volumes, being ...
    • 3D-visualisering : valg av teknologi og programvare 

      Holt, Tomas; Nilsen, Jan H.; Sandstrak, Grethe; Ljosland, Mildrid; Fretland, Truls (HiST/AITeL-rapport, Research report, 2007)
    • 3d visualisering av konseptkart 

      Hvaale, Ole Kristian (Master thesis, 2006)
      I denne oppgaven er målsetningen å utvikle en metode for å organisere og visualisere en rekke med dokumenter (tradisjonelle dokumenter, læringsobjekt og kunnskapsobjekt) I oppgaven framhever jeg at automatisk genererte ...
    • 3D Visualization and Simulation of the Human Navigation System 

      Hjelle, Henrik (Master thesis, 2015)
      The aim of this thesis is to investigate how 3D visualizations and virtual reality can be used to make the human navigation system understandable for the general public. To do this, a 3D visualization of the human navigation ...
    • 3D Visualization of X-ray Diffraction Data 

      Falch, Thomas Løfsgaard (Master thesis, 2012)
      X-ray diffraction experiments are used extensively in the sciences to study the structure, chemicalcomposition and physical properties of materials. The output of such experiments are samples of thediffraction pattern, ...
    • 802.11ac 

      Brubak, Tonje; Svevad, Per Kristian (Bachelor thesis, 2013)
      NORSK: Denne bacheloroppgaven har som formål å anbefale for ITjenesten ved HiG konkrete tiltak for å utbedre høgskolens nett med hensyn til brukernes krav. Det ble gjennomført en spørreundersøkelse som viser at brukerne ...
    • 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 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 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 ...
    • Accelerating Sparse Linear Algebra and Deep Neural Networks on Reconfigurable Platforms 

      Umuroglu, Yaman (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2018:1, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
      Regardless of whether the chosen figure of merit is execution time, throughput, battery life for an embedded system or total cost of ownership for a datacenter, today’s computers are fundamentally limited by their energy ...
    • Accelerating the Regina Network Flow Simulator on Multi-core Systems 

      Eleyat, Mujahed (Doctoral Theses at NTNU, 1503-8181; 262, Doctoral thesis, 2014)
      Emerging multi-core processors, which came as a result of manufacturers inability to keep increasing the frequency of single core processors, represent a great but also challenging opportunity to accelerate compute-intensive ...
    • Acceleration with OmpSs and Neon/OpenCL on ARM Processor 

      Lillesand, Trond Inge (Master thesis, 2013)
      In this thesis, the application kernels 2D-Convolution and Merge Sort are implemented in OmpSs, NEON and OpenCL on an Arndale development board containing an Exynos 5 SoC. The SoC contains an ARM Cortex A15 dual processor ...
    • Access Control in Healthcare Information Systems 

      Røstad, Lillian (Doctoral Theses at NTNU, 1503-8181; 2009:24, Doctoral thesis, 2009)
      Access control is a key feature of healthcare information systems. Access control is about enforcing rules to ensure that only authorized users get access to resources in a system. In healthcare systems this means protecting ...
    • Access Control in Heterogenous Health Care Systems: A comparison of Role Based Access Control Versus Decision Based Access Control 

      Magnussen, Gaute; Stavik, Stig (Master thesis, 2006)
      Role based access control (RBAC) is widely used in health care systems today. Some of the biggest systems in use at Norwegian hospitals utilizes role based integration. The basic concept of RBAC is that users are assigned ...
    • Access Control in Heterogenous Health Care Systems - A comparison of Role Based Access Control Versus Decision Based Access Control 

      Stavik, Stig; Magnussen, Gaute (Master thesis, 2006)
      Role based access control (RBAC) is widely used in health care systems today. Some of the biggest systems in use at Norwegian hospitals utilizes role based integration. The basic concept of RBAC is that users are assigned ...
    • Accessing Cultural Heritage Resources on a Mobile Augmented Reality Platform: A Study on Technology Acceptance 

      Haugstvedt, Anne-Cecilie (Master thesis, 2012)
      This project follows the design science research methodology and uses an extended version of the technology acceptance model (TAM) to study the acceptance of a mobile augmented reality application with historical photographs ...
    • Access Management in the Personal Health Record: An Architectural View 

      Wold, Hans Magnus Simonsen (Master thesis, 2007)
      This thesis focuses on how access management in the Personal Health Record (PHR) plays its part in the interoperability and information exchange of the future environment of patient-centered care.Personal health records ...