• Automated Grading of Bladder Cancer using Deep Learning 

      Wetteland, Rune (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2022-02)
      Urothelial carcinoma is the most common type of bladder cancer and is among the cancer types with the highest recurrence rate and lifetime treatment cost per patient. Diagnosed patients are stratified into risk groups, ...
    • Automatic Video Analysis in Resuscitation 

      Meinich-Bache, Øyvind (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2020-01)
      This thesis investigates possibilities for applying automatic video analysis in the medical context of resuscitation of a patient. Two situations are investigated: 1) Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) where there is a ...
    • Blockchain based energy transactions for a prosumer community 

      Karandikar, Nikita (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2021-09)
      Integration of solar micro-generation capabilities in domestic contexts is on the rise, leading to the creation of prosumer communities who generate part of the energy they consume. Prosumer communities require a decentralized, ...
    • Controller Motifs for Homeostatic Regulation and Their Applications in Biological Systems 

      Thorsen, Kristian (PhD thesis UiS;276, Doctoral thesis, 2015-12-03)
      Living organisms have over billions of years evolved into highly specific and complex entities. Although the range of organisms that inhabit our planet is strikingly diverse, they are all in some extent able to protect ...
    • A Critical Look at the Evaluation of Knowledge Graph Question Answering 

      Linjordet, Trond (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2022-11)
      The field of information retrieval (IR) is concerned with systems that “make a given stored collection of information items available to a user population” [111]. The way in which information is made available to the user ...
    • Deep Neural Attention for Misinformation and Deception Detection 

      Mishra, Rahul (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2021-06)
      At present the influence of social media on society is so much that without it life seems to have no meaning for many. This kind of over-reliance on social media gives an opportunity to the anarchic elements to take undue ...
    • Event processing applied to streams of TV channel zaps and sensor middleware with virtualization 

      Evensen, Pål (PhD thesis UiS;192, Doctoral thesis, 2013-04-23)
      The last decade has seen an exponential increase in mobile computing devices, as well as an increasing adoption of sensor technology in process industry, homes and public spaces. The increasing amount of information made ...
    • Information Processing in the Cloud : Resource Allocation and Security Perspective 

      Surbiryala, Jayachander (PhD thesis UiS;487, Doctoral thesis, 2019-09)
      Cloud computing has been adopted at faster rates due to its advantages, that are brought to the customers over the Internet. Usage of various services over the Internet is quite high. Users are storing large amounts of ...
    • Predictive Analytics for Maintaining Power System Stability in Smart Energy Communities 

      Pirbazari, Aida Mehdipour (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2021-05)
      Digitalization and decentralization of energy supply have introduced several challenges to emerging power grids known as smart grids. One of the significant challenges, on the demand side, is preserving the stability of the ...
    • Scheduling Drilling Processes With Petri Nets 

      Nejm, Saadallah (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2013)
      Safety issues in drilling are related to two facts: Wells are becoming more complex, and manually piloting a drilling rig is a difficult task which requires highly skilled personnel. Consequently, improving safety is ...
    • Secure and Privacy Driven Energy Data Analytics 

      Jose, Dhanya Therese (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2022-11)
      Renewable resources are the main energy sources in a smart grid project. In order to ensure the smooth functioning of the smart grid, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) need to be utilised efficiently. The ...
    • Secure and reliable wireless and ad hoc communications 

      Nguyen, Son Thanh (PhD thesis UiS;82, Doctoral thesis, 2009-11-20)
      Wireless and ad hoc communication systems create additional challenges for the implementation of security and reliability services when compared to fxed networks. On the one hand, the inherent characteristics of wireless ...
    • Security in Critical Information Infrastructures 

      Jaatun, Martin Gilje (PhD thesis UiS;254, Doctoral thesis, 2015-06-05)
      Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are permeating the critical infrastructures that our modern society relies on, and ICT security is becoming increasingly important to all aspects of our lives. This dissertation ...
    • Signal Processing for Newborn Survival : from labour to resuscitation 

      Urdal, Jarle (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2020-08)
      Stillbirths are a worldwide challenge, with an estimated 2.6 million stillbirths in 2015, of these 1.3 million are estimated to have died during labour and birth, i.e. fresh stillbirth. In addition to the 2.6 million, one ...
    • Structural Properties of Biological Integral Feedback Motifs 

      Tveit, Daniel Myklatun (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2020-09)
      Cells are exposed to a range of external and internal disturbances that may influence the function of cellular processes. The ability of cells to self-regulate and adapt to disturbances enable them to maintain essential ...
    • Table Search, Generation and Completion 

      Zhang, Shuo (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2019-10)
      Tables are one of those “universal tools” that are practical and useful in many application scenarios. Tables can be used to collect and organize information from multiple sources and then turn that information into knowledge ...
    • White Matter Lesions and Pattern Recognition in MRI of Neurodegenerative Dementia 

      Oppedal, Ketil (PhD thesis UiS;, Doctoral thesis, 2016-11-03)
      Introduction Expected age is increasing globally and dementia is a common outcome for an increasing number of people. Dementia is a demanding syndrome for the patient and the environment as well as it is costly for ...