• Understanding Data Analysis in an End-to-End IoT System 

      Schei, Sindre (Master thesis, 2016)
      The Internet of Things (IoT) is known as the concept of connecting everyday physical devices to the Internet. It is natural to assume that the popularity and development within this field will increase in the following years. ...
    • UNDERSTANDING INFORMATION SECURITY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES:A case study in the electric power industry 

      Line, Maria Bartnes (Doctoral thesis at NTNU;2015:241, Doctoral thesis, 2015)
      With the implementation of smarter electric power distribution grids follows new technologies, which lead to increased connectivity and complexity. Traditional IT components – hardware, firmware, software – replace ...
    • Understanding network performance bottlenecks 

      Nore, Haakon Løchen (Master thesis, 2014)
      In this thesis we look into network performance bottlenecks and how end-to-end delivery of data is affected by the performance of the network.The last years, the buzzword: the bufferbloat issue has gotten much attention ...
    • Unge forskere i Norge. Karriereveier og ambisjoner. Oslo: Akademiet for yngre forskere 

      De Moor, Katrien; Knutsen, Carl Henrik; Lind, Guro Elisabeth; Hølleland, Herdis; Storeng, Katerini Tagmatarchi (Research report, 2018)
    • Unified Communication and WebRTC 

      Chen, Xiao (Master thesis, 2014)
      Considering about the research of this thesis and the prototype system, it is clearly that the unified communication service with WebRTC is a promising concept in the telecommunication industry. The functions provided by ...
    • Unified Communication and WebRTC 

      Owesen-Lein, Simen (Master thesis, 2015)
      Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is a technology enabling web browsers to connect directly to each other, and send information e.g. video or text messages peer-to-peer. This technology is currently being implemented ...
    • Universal Identity 

      Gukild, Glenn De Arruda Camara (Master thesis, 2014)
      An identity is defined as "a set of attributes relating to an entity". One entity is distinguishable from another entity on the basis of its attributes within a context. "Black hair", "glasses" and "male" are attributes ...
    • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as Data Mules: An Experimental Assessment 

      Palma, David; Zolich, Artur Piotr; Jiang, Yuming; Johansen, Tor Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Communication in remote locations, specially in high-latitude regions, such as the Arctic, is challenged by the lack of infrastructures and by the limited availability of resources. However, these regions have high scientific ...
    • URL Crawling & classification system 

      Vaagland, Emil Lindgjerdet (Master thesis, 2012)
      Today, malware is often found on legitimate web sites that have been hacked. The aim of this thesis was to create a system to crawl potential malicious web sites and rate them as malicious or not. Through research into ...
    • Usability and security in a messaging prototype for mobile phones 

      Aas, Lars Mikkel (Master thesis, 2007)
      NORSK: SMS meldinger i dagens GSM nettverk er ikke a betrakte som sikre. Denne masteroppgaven vil undersøke spørsmål knyttet til brukeropplevelser av en prototype for sikre meldinger på mobiltelefoner. Vi har gjennomført ...
    • Use of Authentication Mechanisms and Biometrics in Norwegian Industry 

      Noghondar, Elham Rajabian (Master thesis, 2010)
      This thesis will estimate use of authentication mechanism and biometric systems used in Norwegian industry. We will investigate how different factors influence the usage and application of authentication/identification ...
    • The use of d-truncated Gröbner bases in cryptanalysis of symmetric ciphers 

      Amundsen, Jens-Are (Master thesis, 2010)
      ENGELSK: Solving systems of multivariate polynomial equations is hard, even NP-hard in the general case. The method of Göbner bases can be used to solve such systems, and thus has a running time complexity at least that ...
    • The Use of Frequent Episodes in Intrusion Detection 

      Kokorina, Liubov (Master thesis, 2009)
      In today’s intrusion detection systems (IDSs), a trade-off between efficiency and accuracy must be achieved. Because of that, the decision on structures for representing patterns of normal and intrusive behavior are of ...
    • Use of Gamification in Security Awareness and Training Programs 

      Gjertsen, Eyvind Garder B (Master thesis, 2016)
      The security reports are unambiguous: the human factor constitutes a real vulnerability in the information security domain. It is crucial that employees of companies and governments understand the risks and threats connected ...
    • The use of k-best paths algorithms in clock control sequence reconstruction 

      Herland, Turid (Master thesis, 2006)
      NORSK: Nøkkelstraumgeneratorar som er baserte på klokkekontrollerte lineært tilbakekopla skiftregister blir ofte brukte i fytchiffer-system. Kryptoanalyse av slike generatorar kan delast inn i to etappar: Den første ...
    • The use of Levenshtein distance in computer forensics 

      Mangnes, Bjarne (Master thesis, 2005)
      NORSK: Vi benytter oss av datateknologi i stadig størrre grad, og denne teknologien er i ferd med å bli en viktig del av vår hverdag. Bruk av denne teknologien åpner opp mange nye muligheter, men kan også misbrukes til ...
    • User Authentication in Multi-mode Mobile Phones 

      Kulseth, Torild (Master thesis, 2007)
      IMS-WLAN interworking is a step towards extending IMS functionality into other access technologies, but this architecture is very comprehensive and is unlikely to be employed everywhere. The result is a need for alternative ...
    • User Engagement in Game-based Student Response Systems: A Case Study on Kahoot! 

      Skøien, Julie Alice (Master thesis, 2018)
      Among all the new applications and services coming, are technological tools one can benefit from, in fields such as educational environments. The increased use of technology in schools has opened up for new ways of learning, ...
    • User Engagement with Snapchat: Exploring the Influence of Technical Factors 

      Næss, Sara Eriksen (Master thesis, 2018)
      The use of digital services has become part of peoples' everyday lives. Research on how people use and engage with these services has become increasingly important. User engagement is a concept that has gained prominence ...
    • User Experience and Technical Solutions for Location Based Push Commercials 

      Fagerjord, Jørund Børge (Master thesis, 2014)
      This project focuses on the creation of an Android app for location based push commercials, which henceforth will be called an offers app. The idea of the app is the following: Users are allowed to chose which ac- tors ...