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  • 1. Almgren, Jonatan
    et al.
    Hintze, Fredrik
    AI, ett hjälpmedel eller stjälpmedel?: En kvalitativ intervjustudie som undersöker lärares behov av och attityd till att implementera artificiellintelligens i undervisningen2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Artificial intelligence (AI) shows great potential and has the ability to change and improve numerous domains in society. Thanks to this new technology it is possible to radically improve the learning process and make it more effective for students hence its ability to adapt to students individual flaws, knowledge and needs through so called intelligent tutoring systems (ITS). This, In relation to the many flaws within the school sector in Sweden, where the two utmost highlighted aspects is the high amount of stress teachers experience and the amount of educated and competent teachers that will continue to be a scarce commodity. The research hopes to discover how AI can benefit teachers in the classroom. To better understand the classroom situation this research have conducted a qualitative research process with its focus on teachers. Thus, this research has enabled to identify the teachers challenges, attitudes and needs that exist in order to compare with previous research regarding AI and its potential and capabilities. The research concludes that AI can fulfill some of the needs that teachers express in form of personalized learning within certain areas to enable the students to work at their own pace. AI can also relieve time for teachers and help them with the set up in teaching classes. As far as the teachers' attitudes are concerned, the study's results show that it is generally positive although no one believe a teacher can or should be replaced by AI. AI should instead be used as a complement to the teacher. This is because the teachers care about the human aspect and do not feel that AI can teach the social competencies that the pupils should learn in school. They say that the teaching itself is one thing, but that everything around it requires human contact and relationships between teacher and student as well as student to student. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI07
  • 2. Andersson, Emil
    et al.
    Bengtsson, Axel
    Microchip Implant In Humans: Risks For Individual & Society2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of this study was to investigate what opinions people have regarding microchip implant in humans. The report is limited and focused on the risks concerning the microchip implant. To answer the purpose a research question was formulated: “What is the opinion about microchip implants in humans for 18-30-year-old people in Borås, when it comes to risks in their daily life and the society?”. This study is constructed through two studies, a qualitative and a quantitative. The first step in the study was qualitative interviews with six different individuals. These interviews were the basis for the upcoming step, which was the quantitative survey. The quantitative survey was a questionnaire where 100 people were asked. The result showed that the people were not knowledgeable about microchip implants in humans and had a lot of different opinions about the technology. Some saw the risks as a big threat and others saw them as a less of a threat. In the end, the results showed that most of the participants were against microchip implants in humans and would not get chipped. The conclusion showed that the people between ages 18-30, in general, had the same opinions regarding risks that scientific articles and theories mention. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI42
  • 3. Aronsson, Oskar
    et al.
    Hyttsten, Linus
    Sorsa, Martin
    Scrum på distans: Scrum masters erfarenheter om att arbeta på distans2022Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Having to change one's way of working, from working physically on site to remote work is something that has affected most organizations and individuals to some extent due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In the informatic sector, agile working methods are used to act as a buffer to be able to quickly adapt to new requirements or working conditions. This study takes an interest in investigating the agile role of the Scrum master along the Scrum framework, as well as studying whether the role has needed to make changes in performed tasks and within Scrum ceremonies due to the transition to work remotely. Through a qualitative survey where seven certified Scrum masters were interviewed, personal experience from the interviewees has been gathered to investigate the connection with changes required in the adjustment of one's work. Where the interviewees answered that their work can be performed well even when remote based work is required or is introduced into the everyday life. Based on the results, the study extends on research regarding working as a Scrum master and according to Scrum's guidelines, is a well-functioning methodology even if one's work needs to be carried out remotely. Despite this, the study finds a shift in the Scrum master's priorities when working remotely. The study found that a greater focus is needed to maintain communication, well-being, and efficiency within the Scrum-team. Especially when a Scrum-team internally becomes remote based. Which leads to recommendations that should be considered by organizations or Scrum masters who perform their work remotely. Lastly, the following thesis is written in Swedish.

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    2022KANI17
  • 4. Axell, Mikael
    et al.
    Mindhammar, Leonard
    Automatiserade beslut inom Försäkringskassan2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Automated Decision Making is an increasingly growing field in the IT area. Society is leaving more and more decisions to the computers to make. The purpose of this study is to examine what automated decision making is, how and why the swedish authority Försäkringskassan have implemented automated decision making and what the results of their implementation are. For this data was gathered using interviews with people inside Försäkringskassan and the study performed a qualitative approach. To limit the scope of this study it is focused on a branch inside of Försäkringskassan called Barn och Familj. The study gave a deeper understanding of how the systems of automated decision making were used, why an implementation of the systems was necessary and what the future may hold for the branch regarding the development of automated decision making. Further research in this field may be necessary to provide a full-fledged view of Försäkringskassans work with automated decision making. However, this research will significantly shorten the distance to a fully developed understanding. The result of this report is that the branch Barn och Familj uses automated decision-making systems in three different areas. Child allowances, housing allowances and parental insurance are the areas that are fully or partially automated. The conclusion is that the department's systems have been introduced to save time. This is so that administrators can take care of applications that for various reasons require extra resources. The language of this document is swedish.

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI05
  • 5. Berg, Anton
    If It’s Fun, It’s Fun: Deep Reinforcement Learning In Unreal Tournament 20042018Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This thesis explores the perceived enjoyability of Deep Reinforcement learning AI agents (DeepRL agent) that strives towards optimality within the First Person Shooter game Unreal Tournament 2004 (UT2004). The DeepRL agent used in the experiments was created and then trained within this game against the AI agent which comes with the UT2004 game (known here as a trivial UT2004 agent). Through testing the opinions of participants who have played UT2004 deathmatches against both the DeepRL agent and the trivial UT2004agent, the data collected in two participant surveys shows that the DeepRL agent is more enjoyable to face than a trivial UT2004 agent. By striving towards optimality the DeepRL agent developed a behaviour which despite making the DeepRL agent a great deal worse atUT2004 than the trivial UT2004 agent was more enjoyable to face than the trivial UT2004agent. Considering this outcome the data suggests that DeepRL agents in UT2004 which are encouraged to strive towards optimality during training are “enjoyable enough” in order to be considered by game developers to be “good enough” when developing non-trivial opponents for games similar to UT2004. If the development time of a DeepRL agent is reduced or equal in comparison with the development time of a trivial agent then the DeepRL agent could hypothetically be preferable. 

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    JA-uppsats 2018 KSAI 11
  • 6. Friis-Liby, Pontus
    et al.
    Cressy, Jacob
    Organizational aspects to consider in order to implement machine learning and create business value: A qualitative study on a technology industry leader2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This thesis investigates the relationship between technology, specifically machine learning and business value. By incorporating fundamentals of today such as a socio technical perspective and the fourth industrial revolution, commonly referred to as Industry 4.0 and this thesis will explain if machine learning can create business value in the organization as well as what organizational aspects a company needs to obtain in order to create business value from its data. 

    This was achieved through a qualitative study by conducting semi-structured interviews with a technology industry leader, two experts on the subject and complemented with closely evaluated sources gathered from articles, journals, published literature, websites and case studies. 

    The analysis of this thesis is based on an analytical framework that concludes five organizational aspects. It shows a clear relationship between the five organizational aspects the analysis is based on in regards to data and internal structure that needs close consideration in order to create business value from data as well as the possibilities of implementing and utilizing machine learning. By having a socio technical perspective in mind the analysis shows and confirms the theories this thesis is based on as well as it gives a nuanced perspective on an industry that primarily focuses on technical factors. 

    The researchers conclude that apart from the five organizational aspects the analysis is based on, a sixth aspects needs to be incorporated as well. By conducting a study on a large technology industry leader as well as two additional experts on the subject, the researchers conclude that machine learning can benefit large parts of the organization as well as the workforce employed. 

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    Ja-uppsats 2019KANI47
  • 7.
    Giri, Chandadevi
    et al.
    University of Borås, Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business.
    Thomassey, Sebastien
    Zeng, Xianyi
    Exploitation of Social Network Data for Forecasting Garment Sales2019In: International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems, ISSN 1875-6891, E-ISSN 1875-6883, Vol. 12, no 2, p. 1423-1435Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Growing use of social media such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc., by consumers leads to the vast repository of consumer generated data. Collecting and exploiting these data has been a great challenge for clothing industry. This paper aims to study the impact of Twitter on garment sales. In this direction, we have collected tweets and sales data for one of the popular apparel brands for 6 months from April 2018 – September 2018. Lexicon Approach was used to classify Tweets by sentence using Naïve Bayes model applying enhanced version of Lexicon dictionary. Sentiments were extracted from consumer tweets, which was used to map the uncertainty in forecasting model. The results from this study indicate that there is a correlation between the apparel sales and consumer tweets for an apparel brand. “Social Media Based Forecasting (SMBF)” is designed which is a fuzzy time series forecasting model to forecast sales using historical sales data and social media data. SMBF was evaluated and its performance was compared with Exponential Forecasting (EF) model. SMBF model outperforms the EF model. The result from this study demonstrated that social media data helps to improve the forecasting of garment sales and this model could be easily integrated to any time series forecasting model.

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  • 8. Glädt, Rikard
    et al.
    Palmér, Oscar
    Funkar våra webbplatser?: En blandad tillgänglighetsutvärdering av svenska lärosätens webbplatser2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This thesis is only available in Swedish, but a translated abstract has been provided to describe how and why it was written, together with a simplification of its results and conclusion. The web has evolved many times over since its inception in the late 80's, and there are now many consortiums and institutions that create and maintain guidelines for how websites should be developed and maintained, which are also represented in international standards, as well as in laws and regulation.

     These guidelines are often based on best practices for accessibility on the web, which was also the focal point of this thesis, where institutions for higher education in Sweden were identified as being subject to a lot of the available regulation and also seen as an interesting area to study, as they and their websites are used by visitors of many different backgrounds.

     The study for this thesis was built on four different methods of evaluation for accessibility. This combination of methods was also identified as a interesting subject to include in the overall study, with regards to how it could be better than just one or two methods. These methods resulted in four individual results which were analysed and compared between. Regarding the usage of multiple methods it was identified as having a positive impact on the study, as well as what kind and how the results were achieved, but may be unsuitable for larger evaluation projects.

     Further, the results and analysis of the accessibility aspects shows that while something is usable, it may still be inaccessible, and vice versa, which was the case for all websites included in the study. The most obvious problems found during the evaluations were regarding document structure and layout, both of which heavily influence how a website is interacted with using either a mouse and keyboard or a screen reader, as well as how its content is perceived. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI14
  • 9. Henningsson, Nils
    et al.
    Söderberg, Emil
    Hållbarhetsinitiativ: Svenska IT företag & hållbarhet2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    On the 29th of July 2018, all natural resources that the planet are able to generate that year was used up. This is because of the increasing consumption every year by mankind, which continually move this date forward. If the whole world consumed at the same rate as Sweden does per inhabitant, this date would instead be 4th of April, indicating that our country has major problems that must be solved. In modern times, IT is used everywhere. It can be used in many other sectors than just the IT sector, which means it has a big area of influence and potential to streamline and solve many problems. But the big use of IT also creates problems. Computers affect the environment negatively throughout their whole life cycle from production and use to elimination. According to previous research, the definition of the concept green IT varies among companies which creates uncertainty about how it should be used. Also, it has been noted that several companies have not yet managed to implement their green agendas. 

    This study aims to find out what concepts Swedish IT companies use to make their business environmentally friendly and sustainable. The purpose of this study is also to find out how these concepts are used, why they are used and what problems and obstacles there is. The question that the study is based on is to understand how Swedish IT companies in reality work with their sustainability initiatives and what advice and guidelines can be drawn from their working methods. To fulfill this, a qualitative survey has been conducted at four IT companies. The interview template was based on four sub-questions into which the research question was divided. Among the people we got in touch with, one of them were an environmental manager and a sustainability coordinator. Finally, an empirical analysis was based on existing theory to answer the research question. The advice and guidelines were placed under the following headings: Internal organization, Techniques and models and Collaboration. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI40
  • 10. Hilmersson, Lina
    et al.
    Lindhe-Rahr, Isabelle
    Perceptions Of Vehicle Autonomy: A Technology Acceptance Study2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Today, autonomous systems are rapidly being implemented in the daily life. Automation occurs when a task previously performed by a human is replaced by a machine. One of many new techniques is vehicle autonomy. The most contributing factor to incidents in the traffic environment are the human factor, and one predicts that vehicle autonomy can create a safer traffic environment, such as reducing fatal car crashes and severe injuries. However, the advantage of such novel technology can only be created if it is used and the biggest threat is said to be the human resistance of system implementation. The purpose of our study is to get a deeper understanding of users’ perceptions about vehicle autonomy, particularly future travellers. Additionally, we are interested in investigating if their perceptions are based on different aspects, such as gender and/or age. Two separate methods of empirical evidence are used in this study, a literature study and a survey study, which are analysed quantitatively. The study is mainly based on Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) and partly the Car Technology Acceptance Model (CTAM) and a proposal of extending the models is submitted. A survey study is implemented with 125 respondents. The result of our study showed an overall positive attitude and that characteristics play an important role in order to accept vehicle autonomy. The result of this study can contribute to a deeper insight into technology acceptance and vehicle autonomy which can be helpful for different actors in the vehicle industry.

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    Ja-uppsats 2019KANI43
  • 11. Håman, Philip
    et al.
    Kasum, Edin
    Klingberg, Olof
    Cybersäkerhet: Distansarbetets påverkan på cybersäkerhet inom företag2022Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The digitalization and constant development of technology in our society has brought many changes over the last few years. In various areas of the work field, routines and systems have been updated to keep up with the digitalization. Nowadays it is not unusual for employees to be teleworking, most commonly to work from their own homes. On top of that, the global Covid-19-pandemic that hit the world in 2020, has only increased and speeded up the process for companies to adjust to this type of work. Even though being able to work from home reflects a modern workplace as well as society, it does open the question about possible online threats. Therefore, this current study examines the question: How does the increasing teleworking trend affect cybersecurity in organizations? As a demarcation, the study specifically focuses on the financial sector. The research method selected for the study has been of qualitative nature, during which primary data was collected through semi-structured interviews which further were analyzed using thematic analysis. The respondents are all employees and have experience within cybersecurity, related to the financial sector. Furthermore, these interviews focus on different aspects of how the cybersecurity of companies has been affected by the recent increase in teleworking from home. To shed light on the matter, the respondents were asked a specific set of questions regarding changes in; communication, cyber threats and challenges all due to telework.

    The results gathered and analyzed do show that the majority of the respondents believe that working from home does mean an increased amount of changes in ways of handling information, login-routines, competence, equipment and sometimes even the infrastructure of their IT-systems. Additionally, the results also show threats and challenges that may occur due to increased teleworking, such as larger attack surfaces. Therefore, a conclusion that can be drawn from the study is that there are different ways in which the cybersecurity of companies can be affected by the increasing teleworking trend. According to the respondents, these challenges are met with different strategies, routines and risk minimization. To further minimize future cyberthreats when working from home, the general perception drawn from the study is that companies have to work preventively and as well as educate staff on threats and risks associated with increased teleworking. However, while the respondents and previous studies believe that threats have increased over the last couple of years, they do agree on the difficulty of determining whether it is in fact due to the increased amount of telework. Since the cyberthreats against the financial sector are not always spoken about or reported for reasons of reputation and credibility, there were also respondents who have been hersistant in providing full answers to the interviews.

     

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  • 12. Jacobsson, Lisa
    et al.
    Uhrlander, Emma
    Next generation information technology: A qualitative study about implementation and development of green it solutions in corporations2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This study addresses the issue concerning the relation between information technology (IT) and the negative effects on the environment. A distinct problem is IT suppliers’ unawareness regarding the problematics as well as lack of knowledge concerning sustainable solutions. Green IT is a systematic application of methods that enables minimization of Information Technology’s environmental impact. Thus, Green IT can be used as a strategy to achieve sustainability goals. The purpose of this study is to develop an approach for IT suppliers to identify drivers, counteract barriers, conduct implementation and achieve benefits through performances of Green IT, to further present directions for future research within the area.  

    A qualitative research method has formed the base of this study. The theoretical framework is based on literature in Green IT and Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM). Collection of empirical data has been conducted through in-depth interviews with managers at three corporations within the IT supply industry. The collected data has been transcribed and analyzed based on a thematic analysis. Through empirical generalizations from the literature study a theoretical framework was created.

     The relevance of this study has been confirmed through the result of the research. The empirical study verifies the need for development of circular models in order to maintain high sustainable standards that permeates the entire value chain. IT suppliers can improve the implementation process of Green IT by implementing a circular approach which enables continuous improvements of Green IT practices in a green value chain.  

    This study can form the base for further research in the field of development and implementation of Green IT as a part of GSCM. Figure 2 can be used in order to investigate further development of models and frameworks for adoption of Green IT within GSCM. Another suggestion for further research is to investigate if barrier management can improve the implementation process. This thesis focused on internal implementation of Green IT practices. However further research could focus on an external perspective of Green IT implementation. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI46
  • 13.
    Movaffaghi, Hamid
    et al.
    Division of Material and Computational Mechanics, Department of Applied Mechanics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
    Friberg, Olof
    Division of Material and Computational Mechanics, Department of Applied Mechanics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
    Optimal placement of dampers in structures using genetic algorithm2006In: Engineering computations, ISSN 0264-4401, E-ISSN 1758-7077, Vol. 23, no 6, p. 597-606Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Purpose - The objective is to study the optimal damper placement of a given number of passive viscoelastic dampers, when the structure (nuclear plant) is subjected to motions from earthquake, in order to reduce the acceleration responses at a particular location, for example, a vibration-sensitive room (nuclear reactor).

    Design/methodology/approach - The IDESIGN software including genetic algorithms for the optimisation task has been interfaced with a finite element program, ABAQUS, to create a structural optimisation tool. The tool has been tested on a 3D building structure.

    Findings - Optimisation results for different constraints on number of dampers shows that eight optimally located dampers results in an overall maximum reduction of 59 per cent of the cost function for the uncontrolled structure. It is also found that six optimally placed dampers are more effective than the fully damped case with 12 dampers.

    Research limitations/implications - More powerful computers are needed in order to reduce the computational time for many engineering models. Especially parallel processing would make more efficient use of the genetic algorithm. It is also necessary to perform stochastic finite element analysis to investigate the impact on the cost function due to different earthquakes. Practical implications - The study of vibration reduction by an optimal number and location of viscoelastic dampers indicate that structures subjected to dynamic forces can be designed both safely and economically.

    Originality/value - The tool developed is quite general and is believed to be applicable to many types of structural optimisation analyses.

  • 14. Naderi, Elias
    et al.
    Hosseini, Adrian
    Business intelligence vidstrategiska beslut inom organisationer: En fallstudie2020Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of this thesis is to understand the reasons why organizations may or may not be utilizing BI in strategic decision making and to employ the knowledge for developing BI in a way that meets the expectations of the businesses. The research question for this thesis is to identify to what extent Business Intelligence is employed as a decision support tool by organizations when making strategic decisions? 

    The thesis follows a qualitative method in the form of a case study, where data has been collected from three different companies. The thesis has used a deductive approach which means literature reviews are employed to gather knowledge about the study area. This has also been used to determine how well existing knowledge aligns with the findings from the study. In the study, semi-structured interviews have been used to address the research question as the primary data collection tool. The interview results suggest that BI is employed to varying extent by various organizations when making strategic decisions. This thesis suggests that companies should be much better at using Business Intelligence as a decision-making tool when it comes to making strategic decisions.

    The results of the study show that companies are well on their way to reaching this goal. But that a lot still needs to be done for example managers at companies need to understand the importance of BI and what it can achieve. There are managers that are very financially oriented who don't understand the value of BI and the benefits of it. They only use BI as a support for carrying financial reports and this is something that prevents the development of BI and also the maturity. This is one of the reasons why companies still have a lot to do when it comes to BI combined with strategic decisions.

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    ja-uppsats 2020KANI28
  • 15. Starxin, Ishtar
    Sustainable Software Development: Criteria From Theory And Their Use In Practice2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    he need for software continues to grow exponentially within every aspect of our society and the demand for intricate software solutions have led to many attempts at improving the development of software. In this overwhelming wave of the positive impact of software on the world, it is easy to dismiss the negative effects software has on the environment. The effects of climate change are becoming more evident day by day and it is crucial to learn the impact of software, and particularly the development of software, on the environment and through which means it can be mitigated. 

    This research paper aims at identifying methods and practices that can be used to improve existing software development methodologies with regards to sustainability. The software development processes in question are Scrum and Kanban.  

    The research is done over two phases, the first of which is a literature review that is aimed at identifying existing solutions and guidelines for ensuring sustainability within software development. The second is a set of interviews with developers and managers that work with Scrum and Kanban on daily bases in order to collect information regarding how sustainable their ways of software development are and how they can be improved. 

    The analysis of the literature review resulted in a taxonomy or a classification of a set of attributes that are recommended to be taken into account during the various phases of software development. These attributes, and in combination with the results of the interviews, yielded a recommended set of best practices that can be used to improve the planning and development phases of software both in Scrum and Kanban with regards to sustainability. 

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    ja-uppsats 2019KANI41
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