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    • The Accessibility of Chinese Social Media for People with Visual Impairments – the case of Weibo 

      Liu, Zhifeng (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2017)
      Weibo is one of the most widely used social media in China. It is the Chinese Twitter, which allow users to post 140 Chinese characters. Weibo has 100 million daily active users. People usually use it to get news and share ...
    • Accessibility Study of interactive maps and design recommendation to enhance screen reader accessibility 

      Hasan, Sayed Kamrul (OsloMet - storbyuniversitetet. Institutt for informasjonsteknologi, 2020)
      Digital maps have been an integral part of modern life. We use digital maps online and offline on our smartphones, tablets, computers, kiosks, etc. Whether to venture into an unknown location, check the latest traffic ...
    • An accessible directions-based text entry method using two-thumb touch typing 

      Ye, Linghui (Oslo Metropolitan University, 2018)
      Text entry on smartphone is a common activity in people's daily lives, and this activity heavily relies on users’ visual feedback and advanced motor function. Generally, the average touchscreen size of current smartphones ...
    • An accessible directions-based text entry method using two-thumb touch typing 

      Ye, Linghui (OsloMet - storbyuniversitetet. Institutt for informasjonsteknologi, 2018)
      Text entry on smartphone is a common activity in people's daily lives, and this activity heavily relies on users’ visual feedback and advanced motor function. Generally, the average touchscreen size of current smartphones ...
    • Administration of remote computer networks 

      Fjeldbo, Stig Jarle (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2005)
      Today's computer networks have gone from typically being a small local area network, to wide area networks, where users and servers are interconnected with each other from all over the world. This development has gradually ...
    • Analyzing the compression of Opera Mini TM traffic 

      Østen, Stian (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2008)
      Opera Mini TM is a mobile web browser. It was developed for mobile phones incapable of running regular web browsers and released globally in January 2006. It has gained great popularity and can be downloaded free of ...
    • Automation and abstraction for scalable z/VM Linux administration on the zSeries mainframe 

      Gundersen, Marius Brath (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2008)
      This thesis considers the administration of virtual machines on IBM mainframes running z/VM.Asolution for administrating z/VM through a Linux VMrunning on a custom designed z/VM architecture is developed and implemented. The ...
    • Å vere lærar i programmering utan å kunne programmere 

      Frantsen, Torbjørn (OsloMet - storbyuniversitetet, 2019)
      Programmering er på veg inn i den norske skulen som ein del av fornyinga av læreplanane i Norge, omtala som Fagfornyinga, den største endringa i skulen sidan Kunnskapsløftet i 2006. Fagfornyinga vart lansert med ei ...
    • Biometric Authentication and Identification using Keystroke Dynamics with Alert Levels 

      Andersen, Aleksander Sveløkken (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2007)
      Proper authentication is needed to avoid theft and destruction of data by unauthorized parties. This research proposes to add software biometrics to the authentication and verification process, using keystroke dynamics. ...
    • Building accessible Rich Internet Applications 

      Steen-Hansen, Linn (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2015)
      During this project a set of guidelines aimed at smoothing the process of making accessible Rich Internet Applications (RIA) has been created, evaluated and updated. This was done by studying literature about issues regarding ...
    • Captioning for the DHH 

      Tunold, Siv (OsloMet - Storbyuniversitetet, 2019)
      The main rule in Norway is that all ICT solutions have to be universally designed, and this is covered in the gender equality and anti-discrimination law. One of the most common faults in web-sites today are the lack of ...
    • Colour Contrast Based On WCAG 2.0 

      Zhao, Anqi (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2015)
      Insufficient contrast between text and the background is a common problem on the web meanwhile very few researchers study the insights of the designers’ design thinking process, how they choose the specific colours from ...
    • A comparative study of usability and accessibility of Norwegian educational institute websites for screen reader users based on user experience and automated assessment 

      Parajuli, Prabin (OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, 2019)
      A website is an essential part of the education system, mainly in schools or universities, as it aids the students with diverse abilities to access the information offering the flexibility in times and locations for learning ...
    • Comparing the efficacy of motor imagery and visual imagery stimuli with Emotiv EEG. 

      Andersen, Tobias (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2017)
      The number of consumer grade Electroencephalography (EEG) based brain-computer interfaces (BCI) on the market has increased considerably in recent years. New BCI technologies are emerging every year and the summary of the ...
    • A comparison of management of virtual machines with z/VM and ESX Server 

      Opsahl, Christer (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2007)
      Virtualization and virtual machines are becoming more and more important for businesses. By consolidating many servers to run as virtual machine on a single host companies can save considerable amounts on money. The ...
    • Comparison of NFS, Samba and AFS 

      Eriksen, Claudia (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2005)
      By making use of a distributed file system, users of physically distributed computers are allowed to share data and storage resources. This paper compares three distributed filesystems: the Sun NFS filesystem, Samba and ...
    • Design of a CMDB with integrated knowledge management based on Topic Maps 

      Haziri, Fitim (Høgskolen i Oslo. Avdeling for ingeniørutdanningUniversitetet i Oslo, 2009)
      Configuration management databases have gained popularity in enterprises due to their role in providing efficient IT Resource and Service Management. Enterprises are becoming more competitive through increasing of resource ...
    • Design, Development, and Evaluation of Mobile Interfaces with Universally Designed Contextual Cues 

      Eivazzadeh Kaljahi, Nima (OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, 2019)
      The universal design of information and communication technology (UD-ICT) is a principle that ensures usability and accessibility in ICT products, and it gives the equal ability to participate in society for all people. The ...
    • Designing the user Interface of a Technical Application 

      Mathiesen, Frode (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2016)
      This study evaluates and suggests improvements that are focused on usability, for the user interface of OLGA. OLGA is a simulator that is used in flow assurance and is a user interface and a simulator that allows users to ...
    • Developing speech recognition in public transportation for universally designed information flow 

      Sapkota, Abhijeet (OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, 2019)
      Today, information in public transport is largely provided through speakers. This is especially true in unforeseen events, such as signal failures, platform change and in emergencies such as fire, evacuation and the like. ...