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  1. Special Issue on NETYS'2016. Parosh Abdulla and Carole Delporte. In Computing, volume 101, number 1, pp 1-2, SPRINGER WIEN, 2019. (DOI).
  2. Conventional analysis of movement on non-flat surfaces like the plasma membrane makes Brownian motion appear anomalous. Jeremy Adler, Ida-Maria Sintorn, Robin Strand, and Ingela Parmryd. In COMMUNICATIONS BIOLOGY, volume 2, Nature Publishing Group, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext, fulltext:print).
  3. Molecular Drivers of Crystallization Kinetics for Drugs in Supersaturated Aqueous Solutions. Amjad Alhalaweh, Ahmad Alzghoul, and Christel A. S. Bergström. In Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, volume 108, number 1, pp 252-259, ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, 2019. (DOI, fulltext:print).
  4. Maximizing limited resources: A limit-based study and taxonomy of out-of-order commit. Mehdi Alipour, Trevor E. Carlson, David Black-Schaffer, and Stefanos Kaxiras. In Journal of Signal Processing Systems, volume 91, number 3-4, pp 379-397, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext, fulltext:print).
  5. Past and future challenges for railway research and the role of a systems perspective. Rebecca Andreasson, Anders Arweström Jansson, and Jessica Lindblom. In Proc. 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association: Volume VII, volume 824 of Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pp 1737-1746, Springer, 2019. (DOI).
  6. Temporal upscaling in micromagnetism via heterogeneous multiscale methods. Doghonay Arjmand, Stefan Engblom, and Gunilla Kreiss. In Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, volume 345, pp 99-113, 2019. (DOI).
  7. Parallelization and scalability analysis of inverse factorization using the Chunks and Tasks programming model. Anton G. Artemov, Elias Rudberg, and Emanuel H. Rubensson. In Computing Research Repository, number 1901.07993, 2019. (External link). Publication status: Submitted
  8. Developing adaptive traffic signal control by actor-critic and direct exploration methods. Mohammad Aslani, Mohammad Saadi Mesgari, Stefan Seipel, and Marco Wiering. In Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Transport, volume 172, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  9. Knowledge elicitation as abstraction of purposive behaviour. Anton Axelsson. Ph.D. thesis, Digital Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology nr 1765, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 2019. (fulltext, preview image).
  10. A note on preconditioning methods for time-periodic eddy current optimal control problems. Owe Axelsson and Zhao-Zheng Liang. In Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, volume 352, pp 262-277, 2019. (DOI).
  11. CalligraphyNet: Augmenting handwriting generation with quill based stroke width. Kalyan Ram Ayyalasomayajula, Tomas Wilkinson, Filip Malmberg, and Anders Brun. 26th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (Currently under review), 2019.
  12. Learning based segmentation and generation methods for handwritten document images. Kalyan Ram Ayyalasomayajula. Ph.D. thesis, Digital Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology nr 1783, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 2019. (fulltext, preview image).
  13. PDNet: Semantic segmentation integrated with a primal-dual network for document binarization. Kalyan Ram Ayyalasomayajula, Filip Malmberg, and Anders Brun. In Pattern Recognition Letters, volume 121, pp 52-60, 2019. (DOI, fulltext:postprint).
  14. Sparsity promoting super-resolution coverage segmentation by linear unmixing in presence of blur and noise. Buda Bajic, Joakim Lindblad, and Natasa Sladoje. In Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI), volume 28, number 1, IS&T & SPIE, 2019. (DOI).
  15. Optimal controller/observer gains of discounted-cost LQG systems. Hildo Bijl and Thomas B. Schön. In Automatica, volume 101, pp 471-474, Elsevier, 2019. (DOI).
  16. Preconditioned smoothers for the Full Approximation Scheme for the RANS equations. Philipp Birken, Jonathan Bull, and Antony Jameson. In Journal of Scientific Computing, volume 78, pp 995-1022, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  17. A multiscale model of platelet-fibrin thrombus growth in the flow. Anass Bouchnita and Vitaly Volpert. In Computers & Fluids, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  18. Resource Optimization for Joint LWA and LTE-U in Load-Coupled and Multi-Cell Networks. Bolin Chen, Lei You, Di Yuan, Nikolaos Pappas, and Jie Zhang. In IEEE Communications Letters, volume 23, number 2, pp 330-333, 2019. (DOI).
  19. Combined L2-Stable Feedback and Feedforward Aeration Control in a Wastewater Treatment Plant. Tatiana Chistiakova, Torbjörn Wigren, and Bengt Carlsson. In IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, 2019. (DOI).
  20. Calculating Deep Brain Stimulation Amplitudes and Power Consumption by Constrained Optimization. Rubén Cubo, Markus Fahlström, Elena Jiltsova, Helena Andersson, and Alexander Medvedev. In Journal of Neural Engineering, volume 16, number 1, 2019. (DOI).
  21. Networked delay control for 5G wireless machine-type communications using multiconnectivity. Ramón A. Delgado, Katrina Lau, Richard H. Middleton, and Torbjörn Wigren. In IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, volume 27, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  22. A merged tuning of binary and ternary Loop's subdivision. Marco Donatelli, Paola Novara, Lucia Romani, Stefano Serra-Capizzano, and Debora Sesana. In Computer Aided Geometric Design, volume 69, pp 27-44, 2019. (DOI).
  23. On energy stable discontinuous Galerkin spectral element approximations of the perfectly matched layer for the wave equation. Kenneth Duru, Alice-Agnes Gabriel, and Gunilla Kreiss. In Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  24. Accurate optimization models for interference constrained bandwith allocation in cellular networks. Grit Ecker, Di Yuan, Arie M. C. A. Koster, and Anke Schmeink. In Computers & Operations Research, volume 101, pp 1-12, 2019. (DOI).
  25. A matrix-less and parallel interpolation–extrapolation algorithm for computing the eigenvalues of preconditioned banded symmetric Toeplitz matrices. Sven-Erik Ekström and Carlo Garoni. In Numerical Algorithms, volume 80, number 3, pp 819-848, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext, fulltext:print).
  26. Stochastic simulation of pattern formation in growing tissue: A multilevel approach. Stefan Engblom. In Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, volume 81, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  27. An Efficient UAV Hijacking Detection Method Using Onboard Inertial Measurement Unit. Zhiwei Feng, Nan Guan, Mingsong Lv, Weichen Liu, Qingxu Deng, Xue Liu, and Yi Wang. In ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, volume 17, number 6, ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY, 2019. (DOI).
  28. An Intuition-Based Approach to Sustainable ICT: Insights from Eco-Ethica. Per Fors and Mikael Laaksoharju. In Tetsugaku Companion to Japanese Ethics and Technology, Tetsugaku Companions to Japanese Philosophy, pp 181-200, Springer, 2019. (DOI).
  29. Assessing Students' IT Professional Values in a Global Project Setting. S. Frezza, Mats Daniels, and A. Wilkin. In ACM Transactions on Computing Education, volume 19, number 2, ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY, 2019. (DOI).
  30. Symbol-based analysis of finite element and isogeometric B-spline discretizations of eigenvalue problems: Exposition and review. Carlo Garoni, Hendrik Speleers, Sven-Erik Ekström, Alessandro Reali, Stefano Serra-Capizzano, and Thomas J. R. Hughes. In Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, volume 26, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  31. An invisible burden: An experience-based approach to nurses' daily work life with healthcare information technology. Diane Golay. Licentiate thesis, IT licentiate theses / Uppsala University, Department of Information Technology nr 2019-001, Uppsala University, 2019. (fulltext).
  32. More work, same hours: Invisible HIT-induced tasks in nurses' everyday work. Diane Golay. In , 2019. Publication status: Submitted
  33. The impact of information and communication technology on work, workers, and the psychosocial work context: Research trends from 2000–2017. Diane Golay, Ida Löscher, and Thomas Lind. In , 2019. Publication status: Submitted
  34. Sampled Simulation of Task-Based Programs. Thomas Grass, Trevor E. Carlson, Alejandro Rico, Germán Ceballos, Eduard Ayguade, Marc Casas, and Miquel Moreto. In I.E.E.E. transactions on computers (Print), volume 68, number 2, pp 255-269, IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 2019. (DOI).
  35. Why high-performance modelling and simulation for big data applications matters. Clemens Grelck, Ewa Niewiadomska-Szynkiewicz, Marco Aldinucci, Andrea Bracciali, and Elisabeth Larsson. In High-Performance Modelling and Simulation for Big Data Applications, pp 1-35, Springer, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  36. Creating an Atlas over Handwritten Script Signs. Anders Hast, Lasse Mårtensson, Ekta Vats, and Raphaela Heil. In Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries, 2019.
  37. Making large collections of handwritten material easily accessible and searchable. Anders Hast, Per Cullhed, Ekta Vats, and Matteo Abrate. In Digital Libraries: Supporting Open Science, volume 988 of Communications in Computer and Information Science, pp 18-28, Springer, 2019. (DOI).
  38. Age-related differences in seeking clarification to understand medical record information. Isto Huvila, Jonas Moll, Heidi Enwald, Noora Hirvonen, Rose-Mharie Åhlfeldt, and Åsa Cajander. In Proc. 12th ISIC Conference, volume 24:1 of Information Research, 2019.
  39. Age-related differences in seeking clarification to understand medical record information. Isto Huvila, Jonas Moll, Heidi Enwald, Noora Hirvonen, Rose-Mharie Ahlfeldt, and Åsa Cajander. In Information research, volume 24, number 1, 2019.
  40. Searching for global employability: Can students capitalize on enabling learning environments?. Ville Isomöttönen, Mats Daniels, Åsa Cajander, Arnold Pears, and Roger McDermott. In ACM Transactions on Computing Education, volume 19, number 2, pp 11:1-29, 2019. (DOI).
  41. Information and Communication Technology for ethical leadership in business. Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos. In Journal of Information and Management, volume 38, number 4, pp 6-11, Japan Society for Information and Management, Tokyo, 2019.
  42. Generalized convexity: The case of lineally convex Hartogs domains. Christer Oscar Kiselman. In Annales Polonici Mathematici, Kraków, 2019. Publication status: Accepted
  43. Language choice in scientific writing: The case of mathematics at Uppsala University and a Nordic journal. Christer Oscar Kiselman. In Normat, volume 61, number 2–4, pp 111-132, Nationellt centrum för matematikutbildning (NCM), Göteborg, 2019.
  44. Werner Fenchel, a pioneer in convexity theory and a migrant scientist. Christer Oscar Kiselman. In Normat, volume 61, number 2–4, pp 133-152, Nationellt centrum för matematikutbildning (NCM), Göteborg, 2019.
  45. Reasoning about knowledge and messages in asynchronous multi-agent systems. Sophia Knight, Bastien Maubert, and François Schwarzentruber. In Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, volume 29, number 1, pp 127-168, 2019. (DOI).
  46. Parallelization of hierarchical matrix algorithms for electromagnetic scattering problems. Elisabeth Larsson, Afshin Zafari, Marco Righero, M. Alessandro Francavilla, Giorgio Giordanengo, Francesca Vipiana, Giuseppe Vecchi, Christoph Kessler, Corinne Ancourt, and Clemens Grelck. In High-Performance Modelling and Simulation for Big Data Applications, pp 36-68, Springer, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  47. Exposing inter-process information for efficient PDES of spatial stochastic systems on multicores. Jonatan Lindén, Pavol Bauer, Stefan Engblom, and Bengt Jonsson. In ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, volume 29, number 2, pp 11:1-25, 2019. (DOI).
  48. Supervised classification methods for flash X-ray single particle diffraction imaging. Jing Liu, Gijs van der Schot, and Stefan Engblom. In Optics Express, volume 27, pp 3884-3899, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  49. The linear noise approximation for spatially dependent biochemical networks. Per Lötstedt. In Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, volume 81, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  50. Clustering and dynamic decoupling of dust grains in turbulent molecular clouds. Lars Mattsson, Akshay Bhatnagar, Fred A. Gent, and Beatriz Villarroel. In Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, volume 483, number 4, pp 5623-5641, 2019. (DOI).
  51. Isogeometric analysis for 2D and 3D curl–div problems: Spectral symbols and fast iterative solvers. Mariarosa Mazza, Carla Manni, Ahmed Ratnani, Stefano Serra-Capizzano, and Hendrik Speleers. In Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, volume 344, pp 970-997, 2019. (DOI).
  52. Spectral analysis and spectral symbol for the 2D curl–curl (stabilized) operator with applications to the related iterative solutions. Mariarosa Mazza, Ahmed Ratnani, and Stefano Serra-Capizzano. In Mathematics of Computation, volume 88, number 317, pp 1155-1188, 2019. (DOI).
  53. Oscillations-free PID control of anesthetic drug delivery in neuromuscular blockade. Alexander Medvedev, Zhanybai T. Zhusubaliyev, Olov Rosén, and Margarida Martins da Silva. In Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, volume 171, pp 119-131, ELSEVIER IRELAND LTD, 2019. (DOI).
  54. Linear scaling pseudo Fermi-operator expansion for fractional occupation. Susan M. Mniszewski, Romain Perriot, Emanuel H. Rubensson, Christian F. A. Negre, Marc J. Cawkwell, and Anders M. N. Niklasson. In Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, volume 15, pp 190-200, 2019. (DOI).
  55. In search of the scribe: Letter spotting as a tool for identifying scribes in large handwritten text corpora. Lasse Mårtensson, Ekta Vats, Anders Hast, and Alicia Fornés. In Human IT, volume 14, number 2, pp 95-120, 2019. (External link).
  56. Model Checking of Software Systems under Weak Memory Models. Tuan-Phong Ngo. Ph.D. thesis, Digital Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology nr 1745, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 2019. (fulltext, preview image).
  57. Efficient Memory Modeling During Simulation and Native Execution. Nikos Nikoleris. Ph.D. thesis, Digital Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Science and Technology nr 1756, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 2019. (fulltext, preview image).
  58. Container-based bioinformatics with Pachyderm. Jon Ander Novella, Payam Emami Khoonsari, Stephanie Herman, Daniel Whitenack, Marco Capuccini, Joachim Burman, Kim Kultima, and Ola Spjuth. In Bioinformatics, volume 35, pp 839-846, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  59. Frequency conditions for stable networked controllers with time-delay. Johannes Nygren, Torbjörn Wigren, and Kristiaan Pelckmans. In International Journal of Control, volume 92, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  60. Formal Approaches to Secure Compilation: A Survey of Fully Abstract Compilation and Related Work. Marco Patrignani, Amal Ahmed, and Dave Clarke. In ACM Computing Surveys, volume 51, number 6, 2019. (DOI).
  61. Tail distribution and extreme quantile estimation using non-parametric approaches. Imen Rached and Elisabeth Larsson. In High-Performance Modelling and Simulation for Big Data Applications, pp 69-87, Springer, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  62. Sinusoidal parameter estimation from signed measurements via majorization–minimization based RELAX. Jiaying Ren, Tianyi Zhang, Jian Li, and Peter Stoica. In IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, volume 67, number 8, pp 2173-2186, 2019. (DOI).
  63. Region-by-region analysis of PET, MRI, and histology in en bloc-resected oligodendrogliomas reveals intra-tumoral heterogeneity. Kenney Roy Roodakker, Ali Alhuseinalkhudhur, Mohammed Al-Jaff, Maria Georganaki, Maria Zetterling, Shala G. Berntsson, Torsten Danfors, Robin Strand, Per-Henrik Edqvist, Anna Dimberg, Elna-Marie Larsson, and Anja Smits. In European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, volume 46, number 3, pp 569-579, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  64. A strategy for OCT estimation of the optic nerve head pigment epithelium central limit-inner limit of the retina minimal distance, PIMD-2?. Camilla Sandberg Melin, Filip Malmberg, and Per G. Söderberg. In Acta Ophthalmologica, volume 97, number 2, pp 208-213, 2019. (DOI).
  65. Why Digital Systems Do Not Reach Their Full Potential in Organizations. Bengt Sandblad and Thomas Lind. In XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students, volume 25, number 2, pp 32-27, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext).
  66. Super-resolution Reconstruction of Transmission Electron Microscopy Images using Deep Learning. Amit Suveer. In , 2019.
  67. super-resolution Reconstruction of Transmission Electron Microscopy Images using Deep Learning. Amit Suveer. In , 2019.
  68. Analysis of students’ learning of computer programming in a computer laboratory context. Michael Thuné and Anna Eckerdal. In European Journal of Engineering Education, volume 44, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  69. Automatic detection of calving events from time-lapse imagery at Tunabreen, Svalbard. Dorothée Vallot, Sigit Adinugroho, Robin Strand, Penelope How, Rickard Pettersson, Douglas I. Benn, and Nick R. J. Hulton. In Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems, volume 8, pp 113-127, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext, fulltext:print).
  70. Learning sparse graphs for prediction of multivariate data processes. Arun Venkitaraman and Dave Zachariah. In IEEE Signal Processing Letters, volume 26, number 3, pp 495-499, 2019. (DOI).
  71. Correcting exorbitism by monobloc frontofacial advancement in Crouzon–Pfeiffer syndrome: An age-specific, time-related, controlled study. Benjamin L. M. Way, Roman H. Khonsari, Tharsika Karunakaran, Johan Nysjö, Ingela Nyström, David J. Dunaway, Robert D. Evans, Richard D. Hayward, and Jonathan A. Britto. In Plastic and reconstructive surgery (1963), volume 143, number 1, pp 121e-132e, 2019. (DOI).
  72. Routing and wavelength assignment vs EDFA reliability performance in optical backbone networks: An operational cost perspective. Pawel Wiatr, Jiajia Chen, Paolo Monti, Lena Wosinska, and Di Yuan. In Optical Switching and Networkning Journal, volume 31, pp 211-217, 2019. (DOI).
  73. A disturbance rejection and data rate trade-off in networked data flow control. Torbjörn Wigren. In European Journal of Control, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  74. In situ quantification of individual mRNA transcripts in melanocytes discloses gene regulation of relevance to speciation. Chi-Chih Wu, Axel Klaesson, Julia Buskas, Petter Ranefall, Reza Mirzazadeh, Ola Söderberg, and Jochen B. W. Wolf. In Journal of Experimental Biology, volume 222, number 5, 2019. (DOI).
  75. Announcement as effort on topological spaces. Hans van Ditmarsch, Sophia Knight, and Aybüke Özgün. In Synthese, volume 196, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  76. BENCHOP–SLV: The BENCHmarking project in Option Pricing – Stochastic and local volatility problems. Lina von Sydow, Slobodan Milovanovi?, Elisabeth Larsson, Karel In't Hout, Magnus Wiktorsson, Cornelis W. Oosterlee, Victor Shcherbakov, Maarten Wyns, Alvaro Leitao, Shashi Jain, Tinne Haentjens, and Johan Waldén. In International Journal of Computer Mathematics, volume 96, 2019. (DOI). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  77. Fast and Robust Symmetric Image Registration Based on Distances Combining Intensity and Spatial Information. Johan Öfverstedt, Joakim Lindblad, and Natasa Sladoje. In IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE, 2019. (DOI, Fulltext). Publication status: Epub ahead of print
  78. Robust Symmetric Affine Image Registration. Johan Öfverstedt, Joakim Lindblad, and Natasa Sladoje. In Swedish Symposium on Image Analysis, 2019. (External link).
  79. Stochastic Distance Functions with Applications in Object Detection and Image Segmentation. Johan Öfverstedt, Joakim Lindblad, and Natasa Sladoje. In Swedish Symposium on Image Analysis, 2019.
  80. Stochastic Distance Transform. Johan Öfverstedt, Joakim Lindblad, and Natasa Sladoje. In Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery, volume 11414 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp 75-86, Springer, 2019. (DOI).

Updated  2018-12-28 14:45:39 by Kurt Otto.