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    • Additive weighted Lp estimates of some classes of integral operators involving generalized Oinarov kernels 

      Baiarystanov, A.O.; Persson, Lars Erik; Wall, Peter; Abylayeva, A.M. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    • Altering perceptions, visualizing sub-ground metal objects 

      Pedersen, Aleksander (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-06)
      Smart phones and sensor technology represent a key part of everyday life and are being used in areas such as safety, training, healthcare and others. Utilizing an array of internal sensors and a metal detector requires an evaluation of the precision of the measurements and performance reviews. Metal detectors are versatile, with uses in healthcare as well as recreational, but a common issue often ...
    • Asymptotic Behaviour of Ground States for Mixtures of Ferromagnetic and Antiferromagnetic Interactions in a Dilute Regime 

      Braides, Andrea; Causin, Andrea; Piatnitski, Andrey; Solci, Margherita (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-04-30)
      We consider randomly distributed mixtures of bonds of ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic type in a two-dimensional square lattice with probability 1−p 1−p and p, respectively, according to an i.i.d. random variable. We study minimizers of the corresponding nearest-neighbour spin energy on large domains in Z 2 Z2 . We prove that there exists p 0 p0 such that for p≤ p 0 p≤p0 such ...
    • Asymptotics of a spectral-sieve problem 

      Amirat, Youcef; Bodart, Olivier; Chechkin, Gregory; Piatnitski, Andrey (Peer reviewed, 2015-11-18)
      In a bounded domain with a thin periodically punctured interface we study the limit behavior of the bottom of spectrum for a Steklov type spectral problem, the Steklov boundary condition being imposed on the perforation surface. For a certain range of parameters we construct the effective spectral problem and justify the convergence of eigenpairs.
    • Asymptotics of fundamental solutions for time fractional equations with convolution kernels 

      Kondratiev, Yuri; Piatnitski, Andrey; Zhizhina, Elena (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-11)
      The paper deals with the large time asymptotic of the fundamental solution for a time fractional evolution equation with a convolution type operator. In this equation we use a Caputo time derivative of order α ∈ (0, 1), and assume that the convolution kernel of the spatial operator is symmetric, integrable and shows a super-exponential decay at infinity. Under these assumptions we describe the ...
    • Atomized feedback, an approach to automatic formative assessment 

      Steen, Arild; Movik, Hans Richard (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2017-11)
      In this article, we describe an approach to give automatic formative evaluation by atomizing the feedback. The mechanics in this approach is a large number of multiple-choice tests. The multiplechoice tests are used as voluntary assignments and gives controlled progression by releasing the tests in an order. Instruction is in the spirit of flipped classroom with short video lectures accompanied by ...
    • Blending functions based on trigonometric and polynomial approximations of the Fabius function 

      Olofsen, Hans (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Most simple blending functions are polynomials, while more advanced blending functions are, for example, rational or expo-rational fractions. The Fabius function has the required properties of a blending function, but is a nowhere analytic function and cannot be calculated exactly everywhere on the required domain. We present a new set of trigonometric and polynomial blending functions with the shape ...
    • Boundedness and compactness of a class of Hardy type operators 

      Abylayeva, AAkbota M; Oinarov, Ryskul; Persson, Lars Erik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2016-12-13)
      We establish characterizations of both boundedness and of compactness of a general class of fractional integral operators involving the Riemann-Liouville, Hadamard, and Erdelyi-Kober operators. In particular, these results imply new results in the theory of Hardy type inequalities. As applications both new and well-known results are pointed out.
    • Bruk av droner i nordområdene 

      Bakken, Trond; Johnsen, Stig Ole; Holmstrøm, Sture; Merz, Mariann; Transeth, Aksel Andreas; Grøtli, Esten Ingar; Risholm, Petter; Storvold, Rune (Research report; Forskningsrapport, 2020-05-13)
      Formålet med denne rapporten er å vise eksempler på bruk av fjernstyrte og autonome droner i petroleumssektoren og vise hvilke utviklingstrender innen droneteknologi som er viktige. Utfordringer og muligheter for bruk av droner i nordområdene er spesielt vektlagt. Teknologi for og anvendelser av flyvende droner, droner på havoverflaten og droner under vann er behandlet i denne rapporten. Rapporten ...
    • Design of water shock tube for testing shell materials 

      Ji, Hongjuan; Mustafa, Mohamad; Khawaja, Hassan Abbas; Ewan, Bruce C.; Moatamedi, Mojtaba (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014-04-15)
      This paper presents design considerations for a shock tube experimental rig used to investigate the dynamic failure mechanisms of shell geometries subjected to water shock impact loading. In such setup, it is desirable that the drive pressure used within the tube can provide a wide range of impulsive loads on the test structures and some flexibility can be achieved on the applied pulse durations. ...
    • Dynamic plastic response of beams subjected to localised pulse loads 

      Thil, Nicolas; Mehreganian, Navid; Moatamedi, Mojtaba; Louca, Luke A.; Soleiman Fallah, Arash (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-31)
      Localised blast loads give rise to high gradients of overpressure detrimental to structural elements as beams and plates. This article presents an analytical study on the dynamic plastic response of beams made of a ductile metallic material due to close-in pulse pressure loading. The close-in pressure load is characterised by a spatially varying function constant over a central region and exponentially ...
    • Economic evaluation of the Power grid tariff for households With solar Power installed 

      Sæle, Hanne; Bremdal, Bernt Arild (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper focuses on alternative grid tariffs for household customers with roof top PV-panels ("prosumers"), and evaluates how alternative grid tariffs might affect the benefit from investing in a roof top PV-panel. The paper further shows how different orientations of the PV-panels can affect the benefits for the prosumers subjected to different grid tariffs (for example a power grid tariff), where ...
    • Embeddings of weighted generalized Morrey Spaces into Lebesgue Spaces on fractal sets 

      Samko, Natasha Gabatsuyevna (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-19)
      We study embeddings of weighted local and consequently global generalized Morrey spaces defined on a quasi-metric measure set (X, d, μ) of general nature which may be unbounded, into Lebesgue spaces Ls(X), 1 ≤ s ≤ p < ∞. The main motivation for obtaining such an embedding is to have an embedding of non-separable Morrey space into a separable space. In the general setting of quasi-metric measure ...
    • Equivalent integral conditions related to bilinear Hardy-type inequalities 

      Kanjilal, Saikat; Persson, Lars Erik; Shambilova, Guldarya E (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Infinitely many, even scales of, equivalent conditions are derived to characterize the bilinear Hardy-type inequality under various ranges of parameters.
    • Exact Asymptotic Expansion of Singular Solutions for the (2+1)-D Protter Problem 

      Dechevski, Lubomir T (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    • Exploring benefits of using blending splines as transition curves 

      Brustad, Tanita Fossli; Dalmo, Rune (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-06-19)
      Track geometry is a fundamental subject in railway construction. With the demand for increased capacity in terms of load and speed, the need for suitable transitions between consecutive track sections is highly relevant. Properly constructed transition curves lead to improved travel comfort, increased safety, and reduced wear. The well known clothoid curve is widely used as a transition curve; ...
    • Exploring future C++ features within a geometric modeling context 

      Bratlie, Jostein; Dalmo, Rune (Peer reviewed; Conference object; Chapter, 2019-11)
      The development of the C++ programming language and its standard library has undergone a renaissance since the introduction of the C++11 standard, making the language more relevant than ever, through modern features, simplification and expansion of the standard library. Comparing past and future feature sets (C++17, C++20, ...) similar to comparing different programming languages. In this article ...
    • Exploring Realistic Mathematics Education in a Flipped Classroom Context at the Tertiary Level 

      Fredriksen, Helge (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-01)
      Flipped classroom (FC) pedagogical frameworks have recently gained considerable popularity, especially at secondary school levels. However, there are rich opportunities to explore FC at tertiary levels, but progress on the area requires instructors’ attention to well-designed tasks for students’ collaborative learning. Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) provides a foundation for the development ...
    • Fejér and Hermite-Hadamard Type Inequalities for N-Quasiconvex Functions 

      Abramovich, S; Persson, Lars Erik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-12-28)
      Some new extensions and re finements of Hermite – Hadamard and Fejer type inequalities for functions which are N -quasiconvex are derived and discussed.
    • A field study of sensors for winter road assessment 

      Brustad, Tanita Fossli; Pedersen, Aleksander; Bang, Børre (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-02)
      Winter road assessment is a research field with considerable progress over the last 10 years. Various sensors and methods have been tested and analysed, often in a laboratory setting, in order to come up with robust and valid assessment tools that can be used to warn the driver, road users in general, and maintenance personnel of critical conditions. In this paper we compare the field measurements ...