• Permanent temporariness? Changes in social contracts in knowledge work 

      Rasmussen, Bente; Håpnes, Tove Rigmor (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Many sociologists have argued that work no longer plays the central role in contemporary life experience because we have entered an age of insecurity in relation to employment, and knowledge workers are often pictured as ...
    • Personal Health Information on Display: Balancing Needs, Usability and Legislative Requirements 

      Gjære, Erlend Andreas; Tøndel, Inger Anne; Line, Maria Bartnes; Andresen, Herbjørn; Toussaint, Pieter Jelle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Large wall-mounted screens placed at locations where health personnel pass by will assist in self-coordination and improve utilisation of both resources and staff at hospitals. The sensitivity level of the information ...
    • Phase error analysis of clipped waveforms in surface topography measurement using projected fringes 

      Gåsvik, Kjell; Robbersmyr, Kjell Gunnar; Vadseth, Trond Kjell (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      When working with the method of projected fringes outside the optical laboratory one often encounters the problem of uncontrollable ambient light. This might cause saturation of the camera which in turn results in clipping ...
    • Phase scintillation decorrelation impact on multi-frequency users 

      Sokolova, Nadezda; Morrison, Aiden; Curran, James; Bavaro, Michele (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper discusses the phase scintillation decorrelation as observed between dual and triple frequency civil GNSS signals. Comparisons are made between the characteristics of data collected in Norway during events of ...
    • Photonic-crystal membranes for optical detection of single nano-particles, designed for biosensor application 

      Grepstad, Jon Olav; Kaspar, Peter; Solgaard, Olav; Johansen, Ib-Rune; Sudbø, Aasmund (Journal article, 2012)
      A sensor designed to detect bio-molecules is presented. The sensor exploits a planar 2D photonic crystal (PC) membrane with sub-micron thickness and through holes, to induce high optical fields that allow detection of ...
    • Physiological and Biomechanical Determinants of Sprint Ability Following Variable Intensity Exercise When Roller Ski Skating 

      Seeberg, Trine Margrethe; Kocbach, Jan; Danielsen, Jørgen; Noordhof, Dionne; Skovereng, Knut; Hatling Haugnes, Pål; Tjønnås, Johannes; Sandbakk, Øyvind Bucher (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The most common race format in cross-country (XC) skiing is the mass-start event, which is under-explored in the scientific literature. To explore factors important for XC skiing mass-starts, the main purpose of this study ...
    • Physiological and Biomechanical Responses to Cross-Country Skiing in Varying Terrain: Low- vs. High-Intensity 

      Seeberg, Trine Margrethe; Kocbach, Jan; Danielsen, Jørgen; Noordhof, Dionne; Skovereng, Knut; Meyer, Frederic; Sandbakk, Øyvind Bucher (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The purposes of our study were to investigate the physiological and biomechanical responses to low-intensity (LI) and high-intensity (HI) roller ski skating on varying terrain and compare these responses between training ...
    • Physiological and Biomechanical Responses to Cross-Country Skiing in Varying Terrain: Low- vs. High-Intensity 

      Seeberg, Trine Margrethe; Kocbach, Jan; Danielsen, Jørgen; Noordhof, Dionne; Skovereng, Knut; Meyer, Frederic; Sandbakk, Øyvind Bucher (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The purposes of our study were to investigate the physiological and biomechanical responses to low-intensity (LI) and high-intensity (HI) roller ski skating on varying terrain and compare these responses between training ...
    • Pipeline Landmark Detection for Autonomous Robot Navigation using Time-of-Flight Imagery 

      Thielemann, Jens T; Breivik, Gøril M.; Berge, Asbjørn (Lecture, 2008)
      3D imaging systems provide valuable information for autonomous robot navigation based on landmark detection in pipelines. This paper presents a method for using a time-of-flight (TOF) camera for detection and tracking of ...
    • Pipeline Landmark Detection for Autonomous Robot Navigation using Time-of-Flight Imagery 

      Thielemann, Jens T; Breivik, Gøril M.; Berge, Asbjørn (Chapter, 2008)
      3D imaging systems provide valuable information for autonomous robot navigation based on landmark detection in pipelines. This paper presents a method for using a time-of-flight (TOF) camera for detection and tracking of ...
    • Planlegging av arbeidslister i hjemmetjenesten. Erfaringer fra OPTET-prosjektet i Sandefjord kommune 

      Røhne, Mette; Grut, Lisbet; Ausen, Dag; Thaqi, Elisa; Andersen, Gina Iren; Sandåker, Torjus (SINTEF Rapport;, Research report, 2018)
      Hjemmetjenesten i Kilen i Sandefjord kommune har gjennom prosjektet OPTET (Optimeringsteknologi i hjemmebaserte tjenester) fått erfaring med optimeringsverktøyet SPIDER for planlegging av arbeidslister. Sandefjord kommune ...
    • Planlegging av snøscooterløyper. Praktisk veileder om støy 

      Gjestland, Truls Tormodsønn (SINTEF Rapport;, Research report, 2017)
      Rapporten beskriver en enkel sjablongmetode for planlegging av snøscooterløyper med hensyn på støy. Det gis minimumsavstand til områder med støyfølsomme bruksformål for ulike terrengforhold. Oppdragsgiver: Snøscooterimportørenes ...
    • Plastic Deformation of Thin Si Membranes in Si-Si Direct Bonding 

      Poppe, Erik Utne; Jensen, Geir Uri; Moe, Sigurd T.; Wang, Dag Thorstein (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The effect of bond anneal in Si-Si direct bonding of laminates With thin membranes suspending closed cavities is studied. For membranes of a certain size and thickness, it is found that the under-pressure in the cavity ...
    • Platform-Supported Cooperative Work 

      Farshchian, Babak A.; Grisot, Miria; Hochwarter, Stefan; Islind, Anna Sigridur; Mikalsen, Marius; Parmiggiani, Elena; Vassilakopoulou, Polyxeni (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Platformization is transforming the way work is organized in a variety of businesses. The CSCW literature contains substantial amount of research on platforms, but this research to date has mainly been focusing on two-sided ...
    • Play2Prepare: A Board Game Supporting IT Security Preparedness Exercises for Industrial Control Organizations 

      Graffer, Ingrid; Bartnes, Maria; Bernsmed, Karin (Conference object, 2015)
      Industrial control organizations need to perform IT security preparedness exercises more frequently than today. However, limited support material currently exists. This paper presents a board game, Play2Prepare, ...
    • Playing Protection Poker for Practical Software Security 

      Jaatun, Martin Gilje; Tøndel, Inger Anne (Journal article, 2016)
      Software security is about creating software that keeps performing as intended even when exposed to an active attacker. Secure software engineering is thus relevant for all software, not only security software. We describe ...
    • Policies and Practices of Family Friendliness. Time and Employment Relations in Knowledge Work 

      Håpnes, Tove Rigmor; Rasmussen, Bente (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      In Norway an ideology of gender equality and the universal welfare state has created generous leave arrangements for parents, both mothers and fathers, to make the combination of work and family possible.To recruit competent ...
    • Position Paper: Clock Support in Ada 

      Gregertsen, Kristoffer Nyborg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This position paper briefly revises the clock support in the Ada programming language, including execution time clocks and timers for tasks and interrupts. It is argued that the standard library would benefit from a more ...
    • (Poster) Real-time algebraic surface visualization 

      Dokken, Tor; Seland, Johan Simon (Lecture, 2007)
      We demonstrate a ray tracing type technique for rendering algebraic surfaces using programmable graphics hardware (GPUs). Our approach allows for real-time exploration and manipulation of arbitrary real algebraic surfaces, ...
    • Postmortem Reviews: Purpose and Approaches in Software Engineering 

      Dingsøyr, Torgeir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      Conducting postmortems is a simple and practical method for organisational learning. Yet, not many companies have implemented such practices, and in a survey, few expressed satisfaction with how postmortems were conducted. ...