• Adaptive Elements in Internet-Delivered Psychological Treatment Systems: Systematic Review 

      Mukhiya, Suresh Kumar; Wake, Jo Dugstad; Inal, Yavuz; Pun, Ka I; Lamo, Yngve (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Background: Internet-delivered psychological treatments (IDPTs) are built on evidence-based psychological treatment models, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, and are adjusted for internet use. The use of internet ...
    • Adaptive Systems for Internet-Delivered Psychological Treatments 

      Mukhiya, Suresh Kumar; Wake, Jo Dugstad; Inal, Yavuz; Lamo, Yngve (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Internet-Delivered Psychological Treatments (IDPT) are based on evidence-based psychological treatment models adjusted for interaction through the Internet. The use of Internet technologies has the potential to increase ...
    • Advances in Lifelog Data Organisation and Retrieval at the NTCIR-14 Lifelog-3 Task 

      Gurrin, Cathal; Joho, Hideo; Hopfgartner, Frank; Zhou, Liting; Van, Tu-ninh; Le, Tu-Khiem; Albatal, Rami; Dang Nguyen, Duc Tien; Healy, Graham (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Lifelogging refers to the process of digitally capturing a continuous and detailed trace of life activities in a passive manner. In order to assist the research community to make progress in the organisation and retrieval ...
    • Affective Polarization in Multiparty Systems? Comparing Affective Polarization Towards Voters and Parties in Norway and the United States 

      Knudsen, Erik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      A growing body of comparative studies on partisan hostility – a phenomenon known as affective polarization – is providing evidence that partisan affective polarization is generally no greater in the United States than it ...
    • Affordances in Mobile Augmented Reality Applications 

      Gjøsæter, Tor (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014)
      This paper explores the affordances of augmented reality content in a mobile augmented reality application. A user study was conducted by performing a multi-camera video recording of seven think aloud sessions. The think ...
    • Aggregating Probabilistic Judgments 

      Ivanovska, Magdalena; Slavkovik, Marija (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-07-22)
      In this paper we explore the application of methods for classical judgment aggregation in pooling probabilistic opinions on logically related issues. For this reason, we first modify the Boolean judgment aggregation framework ...
    • Analogical News Angles from Text Similarity 

      Tessem, Bjørnar (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The paper presents an algorithm providing creativity support to journalists. It suggests analogical transfer of news angles from reports written about different events than the one the journalist is working on. The problem ...
    • Analysis and Design of Computational News Angles 

      Motta, Enrico; Daga, Enrico; Opdahl, Andreas Lothe; Tessem, Bjørnar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      A key skill for a journalist is the ability to assess the newsworthiness of an event or situation. To this purpose journalists often rely on news angles, conceptual criteria that are used both i) to assess whether something ...
    • Assessment of HIV Data Reporting Performance by Facilities During EMR Systems Implementations in Kenya 

      Ngugi, Philomena Njeri; Gesicho, Milka Bochere; Babic, Ankica; Were, Martin C. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      There is little evidence that implementations of Electronic Medical Record Systems (EMRs) are associated with better reporting completeness and timeliness of HIV routine data to the national aggregate system. We analyzed ...
    • Audiences’ Communicative Agency in a Datafied Age: Interpretative, Relational and Increasingly Prospective 

      Ytre-Arne, Brita; Das, Ranjana (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      This article develops a conceptualization of audience agency in the face of datafication. We consider how people, as audiences and users of media and technologies, face transforming communicative conditions, and how these ...
    • Autonomous yet moral machines 

      Slavkovik, Marija (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Autonomous machines, both software and embodied artificial intelligent (AI) agents, will continue to relieve us of the burden that are monotone, repetitive, or dangerous tasks. The more autonomous machines inhabit our ...
    • «De bare krangler». Nordmenns holdninger til TV-sendte valgdebatter 

      Vatnøy, Eirik; Bjøntegård, Marit Kristine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-03)
      Televised election debates are frequently criticised by journalists, politicians and academics. In this article, we investigate Norwegian voters’ attitudes towards television debates and whether or not they agree with the ...
    • Between ritual and information: Three phases of Norwegian news audiences’ sense-making of the election of Donald Trump 

      Moe, Hallvard; Ytre-Arne, Brita; Nærland, Torgeir Uberg (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      This article investigates sense-making processes of news audiences when faced with destabilizing global events. The destabilizing event is Trump’s 2016 election win, which we study from the perspective of audiences far ...
    • Beyond the Limits of Survey Experiments: How Conjoint Designs Advance Causal Inference in Political Communication Research 

      Knudsen, Erik; Johannesson, Mikael Poul (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018-09-13)
      This paper calls attention to what is arguably the most notable advancement in survey experiments over the last decade: conjoint designs. The benefit of conjoint design is its capacity to study and compare the causal effects ...
    • A bottom up approach for synchronous user interaction design and workflow modelling 

      Barendregt, Rosaline; Lamo, Yngve; Rabbi, Fazle (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      Traditionally, both interaction design and workflow modelling have been developed in a top down approach. The user interaction design process consist of several phases of user requirement engineering involving interviews, ...
    • Boundary Work: Intermedia Agenda-Setting Between Right-Wing Alternative Media and Professional Journalism 

      Nygaard, Silje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Through a quantitative content analysis (n = 878), this study examines and compares intermedia agenda-setting between right-wing alternative media outlets and mainstream online newspapers in the Scandinavian countries of ...
    • Challenges and Opportunities for Journalistic Knowledge Platforms 

      Gallofré Ocaña, Marc; Opdahl, Andreas Lothe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Journalism is under pressure from loss of advertisement and revenues, while experiencing an increase in digital consumption and user demands for quality journalism and trusted sources. Journalistic Knowledge Platforms ...
    • The Challenges of Comparing Media Systems — An Interview with Daniel C. Hallin 

      Moe, Hallvard; Sjøvaag, Helle (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2008)
      In this interview, Daniel C. Hallin offers hindsight concerning his collaborative project with Paolo Mancini — Comparing Media Systems — Three Models of Media and Politics (2004). Hallin discusses methodological difficulties ...
    • A Closeness- and Priority-Based Logical Study of Social Network Creation 

      Smets, Sonja; Velázquez-Quesada, Fernando R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      This paper is part of an on-going programme on the study of the logical aspects of social network formation. It recalls the so-called social network model, discussing the properties of a notion of closeness between agents ...
    • Comparing approaches to interactive lifelog search at the lifelog search challenge (LSC2018) 

      Gurrin, Cathal; Schoeffmann, Klaus; Joho, Hideo; Leibetseder, Andreas; Zhou, Liting; Duane, Aaron; Dang Nguyen, Duc Tien; Riegler, Michael; Piras, Luca; Tran, Minh-Triet; Lokoc, Jakub; Hurst, Wolfgang (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The Lifelog Search Challenge (LSC) is an international content retrieval competition that evaluates search for personal lifelog data. At the LSC, content-based search is performed over a multi-modal dataset, continuously ...