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A Measurement-Driven Approach to Understand Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Nordic Cities
(Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2016)
Cities are main drivers for climate change mitigation and emission reduction today. However, in many cases they lack reliable baselines of emissions to validate current developments over time, assess the impact of their ...
Document and Corpus Quality Challenges for Knowledge Management in Engineering Enterprises
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-10)
Considering Self-Efficacy in Reflection. Proceedings of ARTEL 2016
(Conference object; Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
There is a relationship between self-efficacy and the process of reflective learning. How they may influence each other can be explored by considering the steps in a reflective learning cycle. For each step, there are ways ...
The Influence of Syntactic Quality on Pragmatic Quality of Enterprise Process Models
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
As approaches and tools for process and enterprise modelling are maturing, these techniques are being taken into use on a large scale in an increasing number of organizations. In this paper we report on the use of process ...
Understanding Smart Cities as Social Machines
(Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2016)
Templates for Use and Misuse Cases in Mobile and Multi-Channel Systems
(Conference object; Preprint, 2011)
Use cases is a popular representation format for functional requirements, and misuse cases have similarly been explored for security and safety threats and requirements implied by these. The literature has several suggested ...
Quality Evaluation of a Business Process Semantic Annotations Approach
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
Abstract: Semantic annotation is an approach to achieve semantic interoperability of heterogeneous resources. An ontology-based semantic annotation framework has been proposed, that can enrich and reconcile semantic ...
Quality of Conceptual Data Models
(Chapter; Conference object; Preprint, 2013)
Since the introduction of the ER-language in the late seventies, data modelling has been an important area in information systems development. Data modelling both on the conceptual and logical level is still widely used. ...
Citizens, from consumers to prosumers: e-Government Services Typologies Revisted
(Chapter; Conference object, 2006)
Traditionally, eGovernment services have been classified according to a four step ladder, with increasing complexity, and an underlying assumption that the more complex, the better. In this paper, I argue that this ...
Mobile Power Information System
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
This paper investigates different methods for giving users informative feedback on their electricity consumption. After comparing different methods for giving feedback a method comparing power consumption and temperatures ...