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    • Tabular Data Anomaly Patterns 

      Sukhobok, Dina; Nikolov, Nikolay; Roman, Dumitru (Chapter, 2017)
      One essential and challenging task in data science is data cleaning - the process of identifying and eliminating data anomalies. Different data types, data domains, data acquisition methods, and final purposes of data ...
    • Task-Technology Fit in Manufacturing: Examining Human-Machine Symbiosis Through a Configurational Approach 

      Mikalef, Patrick; Torvatn, Hans Yngvar; Arica, Emrah (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      With the last few years seeing an increased introduction of technological innovations in factories, one of the most pressing issues is how these technologies can be deployed to optimally support the activities of professionals ...
    • Tasks, information models and visual prototypes for local leaders at the TYR training exercise 

      Nilsson, Erik Gösta (Research report, 2010)
      In this report we look into tasks for the local leader in the police at the TYR exercise, and describe both the tasks and the information involved when performing them. The identification of tasks and the further analysis ...
    • A taxonomy of inter-team coordination mechanisms in large-scale agile 

      Berntzen, Marthe; Hoda, Rashina; Moe, Nils Brede; Stray, Viktoria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      In large-scale agile software development, many teams work together to achieve overarching project goals. The more teams, the greater the coordination requirements. Despite the growing popularity of large-scale agile, ...
    • Teaching modelling for requirements engineering and model-driven software development courses 

      Berre, Arne-Jørgen; Huang, Shihong; Murad, Hani; Alibakhsh, Hanieh (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article presents the results of observations and analyses of students’ learning model-driven system development from two related courses taught at a university in Norway and at a university in the United States in ...
    • Team Autonomy in Large-Scale Agile 

      Moe, Nils Brede; Dahl, Bjørn Haug; Stray, Viktoria; Karlsen, Lina Sund; Schjødt-Osmo, Stine (Proceeding of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2019);, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Large-scale software development is increasingly making use of agile practices. In large-scale projects, a team needs to align with other teams and the rest of the organization. This has been shown to threaten team autonomy, ...
    • Team Performance in Software Development: Research Results versus Agile Principles 

      Dingsøyr, Torgeir; Fægri, Tor Erlend; Dybå, Tore; Haugset, Børge; Lindsjørn, Yngve (Journal article, 2016)
    • Team-external coordination in large‐scale software development projects 

      Sablis, Aivars; Šmite, Darja; Moe, Nils Brede (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      High‐quality work is said to depend on team abilities. However, teams working in large‐scale projects often do not have all expertise to complete their tasks, which are also highly interdependent. Therefore, teams need to ...
    • Teamwork Quality and Project Success in Software Development: A Survey of Agile Development Teams 

      Lindsjørn, Yngve; Sjøberg, Dag; Dingsøyr, Torgeir; Bergersen, Gunnar R.; Dybå, Tore (Journal article, 2016)
      Small, self-directed teams are central in agile development. This article investigates the effect of team- work quality on team performance, learning and work satisfaction in agile software teams, and whether this effect ...
    • Teamwork Quality and Team Performance: Exploring Differences Between Small and Large Agile Projects 

      Lindsjørn, Yngve; Bergersen, Gunnar R.; Dingsøyr, Torgeir; Sjøberg, Dag (Chapter, 2018)
      Agile principles were originally developed for small projects but are now widely used in larger projects with hundreds of developers. Teamwork quality is essential in any development work, but how does teamwork quality ...
    • Technical Support Agreement for LAV TUA 

      Helle, Espen; Johansen, Gorm Idar; Mathisen, Geir (Research report, 2010)
      This report describes the work carried out in the period January 2009 – February 2010 by SINTEF under the maintenance contract with NAMSA. Oppdragsgiver: NAMSA
    • Technical-, social- and process debt in large-scale agile: An exploratory case-study 

      Martini, Antonio; Stray, Viktoria; Moe, Nils Brede (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Large-scale agile projects bring inter-teams interaction challenges. Teams need to be autonomous, but often crosscutting concerns affect many teams. If the teams fail to collaborate on these concerns, the negative effects ...
    • Techno-economic analysis of freight railway electrification by overhead line, hydrogen and batteries: Case studies in Norway and USA 

      Zenith, Federico; Isaac, Raphael; Hoffrichter, Andreas; Thomassen, Magnus; Møller-Holst, Steffen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Two non-electrified railway lines, one in Norway and the other in the USA, are analysed for their potential to be electrified with overhead line equipment, batteries, hydrogen or hydrogen-battery hybrid powertrains. The ...
    • Technologies enabling 3D stacking of MEMS 

      Taklo, Maaike Margrete Visser; Mielnik, Michal Marek; Schjølberg-Henriksen, Kari; Storås, Preben; Tofteberg, Hannah Rosquist; Lietaer, Nicolas; Johannessen, Rolf (Chapter, 2010)
    • Technology Research Explained 

      Solheim, Ida; Stølen, Ketil (Research report, 2007)
      The purpose of this report is to contribute to a better understanding of technology research and the way to conduct it. The report pinpoints similarities and dissimilarities between classical research and technology research, ...
    • TECOR: Automate the Testing of One Product on Many Configurations 

      Vasilevskiy, Anatoly; Song, Hui; Morin, Brice (Lecture, 2018)
    • Teflon-carbon black as new material for the hydrophobic patterning of polymer labs-on-a-chip 

      Mielnik, Michal Marek (Chapter, 2009)
      We provide a new method for the selective surface patterning of microfluidic chips with hydrophobic fluoropolymers which is demonstrated by the fabrication of hydrophobic valves. It enables efficient optical quality control ...
    • Teknologiforskning – hva er det? 

      Solheim, Ida; Stølen, Ketil (Research report, 2007)
      STF90 A06035 Hensikten med rapporten er å bidra til en bedre forståelse av hva teknologiforsking er, og hvordan slik forskning bør bedrives. Rapporten peker på likheter og ulikheter mellom klassisk forskning og ...
    • Teknologitrender som påvirker transportsektoren 

      Bakken, Trond; Carlin, Mats Stefan; Bjerkan, Kristin Ystmark; Westerheim, Hans; Nordlander, Tomas; Bahr, Roy; Rødseth, Ørnulf Jan; Myklebust, Thor; Holmstrøm, Sture; Transeth, Aksel; Foss, Trond; Natvig, Marit Kjøsnes; Herrera, Ivonne Andrade; Mokkelbost, Tommy; Suul, Jon Are Wold; Khalil, Roger Antoine; Ødegård, Anders; Kristensen, Terje; Zenith, Federico; Reitaas, Terje; Aakvaag, Niels; Skjetne, Jan Håvard (SINTEF Rapport;, Research report, 2017)
      SAMMENDRAG: Økt digitalisering, automatisering og elektrifisering Fremtidens transportsektor vil kjennetegnes av økt digitalisering, automatisering og elektrifisering. I denne rapporten redegjør vi for generelle teknologitrender ...
    • Teksturmålinger på veger i Kongsvingerområdet høsten 2003, våren 2004 og høsten 2004. Detaljerte resultater fra profil-og spektralanalyse 

      Storeheier, Svein Ådne (Research report, 2006)
      I forbindelse med prosjektet ”Miljøvennlige vegdekker” i regi av Vegdirektoratet, Veg- og trafikkfaglig senter i Trondheim, ble det i perioden 2003 – 04 gjennomført teksturmålinger på 14 ulike vegstrekninger i Kongsvingerområdet. ...