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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Statistics based automatic triggering of a mobile radio frequency optimization tool

Brandtson, Kristian January 2004 (has links)
No description available.
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Statistics based automatic triggering of a mobile radio frequency optimization tool

Brandtson, Kristian January 2004 (has links)
No description available.
3

Kunskap är makt -eller- Tacit Knowledge Management / Knowledge is Power -or- Tacit Knowledge Management

Maass, Nora, Stenberg, Lovisa January 2003 (has links)
Today we are living in a knowledge-society where knowledge sharing is of utmost importance for companies in order to keep their competitiveness. Therefore, it is a much debated issue - in both the academic and the corporate world - in what way one should handle the knowledge which continuously is created within companies. The aim of this study is to describe how practitioners share tacit knowledge within a large knowledge company. By that we aim to get an answer to how the chosen theoretical models regarding tacit knowledge relate to the empirical world. In this study we will focus on tacit knowledge in contrast to explicit one. Further we will not study knowledge sharing between organisations but concentrate on this process within them. We chose to approach the purpose of this study in a qualitative way by conducting interviews within a large knowledge-firm. The company was Systems Integration within the Ericsson-group where we held interviews with four persons familiar with knowledge. Furthermore, we have perceived that theories concerning the knowledge-sharing process are relatively fragmented. Therefore, we have built a model which links the different theories together in order to give a better overview of the whole process. Having conducted the study, we found that the case company to some extent handlesknowledge in line with the theories chosen. Furthermore, we came to the conclusion that some modifications in the model are necessary in order to achieve a successful knowledge-sharing process.
4

Kompetens i avskedningstider : en treföretagsstudie om att behålla kompetens när man säger upp anställda / Staying competent : a three company study on ways to keep competence while laying off

Lin, Choy-Hsien, Larsson, Thomas January 2003 (has links)
Background: As the economy turns up and down, and companies sometimes face loosing employees, it is important for them to make sure they do not loose competence at the same time. Therefore a need to handle competence efficiently exist. Purpose. The purpose of this thesis is to investigate what measures companies take to minimise the risk of loosing competence from the company, at times of layoffs and in general. Methodology: We mainly used interviews to gather information. Three competence intensive companies participated in the study. By competence intensive we mean companies that continuously need competence to develop and produce their products. All companies were in the technology sector. Conclusion: The companies were surprisingly passive when it came to managing competences, especially tacit competences. The work of continuously handling competences was left to the unit managers, and was not dealt with company-wide. The measures used are similar in all companies, as well as the fact that they have not changed those measures after the layoffs. This could be a result of that they worked well, or that they have no better alternatives. All companies used routines as a mean of capturing competence, but had realised that routines could never replace the individual competences. Instead they tried to create an environment at the companies where competence sharing was a part of the daily work, e.g. by evaluating employees through variables connected to competence sharing.
5

Införande och anpassning av Rational Unified Process

Lindgren, Veronica January 2005 (has links)
No description available.
6

Potential for increasing the size of NETSim simulations through OS / Möjligheter för att öka storleken på NETSim-simuleringar genom par

Jungebro, Martin, Enblom, Kjell January 2008 (has links)
<p>This master's thesis investigates if it is possible to increase the size of the simulations running on NETSim, Network Element Test Simulator, on a specific hardware and operating system. NETSim is a simulator for operation and maintenance of telecommunication network s.</p><p>The conclusions are that the disk usage is not critical and that it is needless to spend time optimizing disk and file system parameters. The amount of memory used by the simulations increased approximately linear with the size of the simulation. The size of the swap disk space is not a limiting factor.</p> / <p>Detta exsamensarbete undersöker om det är möjligt att öka storleken på simuleringskörningar av NETSim, Network Element Test Simulator, på en specifik hårdvaru- och operativsystemsplattform. NETSim är en simulator för styr och övervakning av telekomnätverk.</p><p>Slutsatserna är att diskanvändandet inte är kritiskt och att det är onödigt att ägna tid åt att optimera disk- och filsystemsparametrar. Minnesutnyttjandet ökar approximativt linjärt med storleken på simuleringarna. Storleken på swapdisken är inte någon begränsande faktor.</p>
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Kunskap är makt -eller- Tacit Knowledge Management / Knowledge is Power -or- Tacit Knowledge Management

Maass, Nora, Stenberg, Lovisa January 2003 (has links)
<p>Today we are living in a knowledge-society where knowledge sharing is of utmost importance for companies in order to keep their competitiveness. Therefore, it is a much debated issue - in both the academic and the corporate world - in what way one should handle the knowledge which continuously is created within companies. The aim of this study is to describe how practitioners share tacit knowledge within a large knowledge company. By that we aim to get an answer to how the chosen theoretical models regarding tacit knowledge relate to the empirical world. In this study we will focus on tacit knowledge in contrast to explicit one. Further we will not study knowledge sharing between organisations but concentrate on this process within them. We chose to approach the purpose of this study in a qualitative way by conducting interviews within a large knowledge-firm. The company was Systems Integration within the Ericsson-group where we held interviews with four persons familiar with knowledge. Furthermore, we have perceived that theories concerning the knowledge-sharing process are relatively fragmented. Therefore, we have built a model which links the different theories together in order to give a better overview of the whole process. Having conducted the study, we found that the case company to some extent handlesknowledge in line with the theories chosen. Furthermore, we came to the conclusion that some modifications in the model are necessary in order to achieve a successful knowledge-sharing process.</p>
8

Kompetens i avskedningstider : en treföretagsstudie om att behålla kompetens när man säger upp anställda / Staying competent : a three company study on ways to keep competence while laying off

Lin, Choy-Hsien, Larsson, Thomas January 2003 (has links)
<p>Background: As the economy turns up and down, and companies sometimes face loosing employees, it is important for them to make sure they do not loose competence at the same time. Therefore a need to handle competence efficiently exist. </p><p>Purpose. The purpose of this thesis is to investigate what measures companies take to minimise the risk of loosing competence from the company, at times of layoffs and in general. </p><p>Methodology: We mainly used interviews to gather information. Three competence intensive companies participated in the study. By competence intensive we mean companies that continuously need competence to develop and produce their products. All companies were in the technology sector. </p><p>Conclusion: The companies were surprisingly passive when it came to managing competences, especially tacit competences. The work of continuously handling competences was left to the unit managers, and was not dealt with company-wide. The measures used are similar in all companies, as well as the fact that they have not changed those measures after the layoffs. This could be a result of that they worked well, or that they have no better alternatives. All companies used routines as a mean of capturing competence, but had realised that routines could never replace the individual competences. Instead they tried to create an environment at the companies where competence sharing was a part of the daily work, e.g. by evaluating employees through variables connected to competence sharing.</p>
9

Införande och anpassning av Rational Unified Process

Lindgren, Veronica January 2005 (has links)
No description available.
10

Potential for increasing the size of NETSim simulations through OS / Möjligheter för att öka storleken på NETSim-simuleringar genom par

Jungebro, Martin, Enblom, Kjell January 2008 (has links)
This master's thesis investigates if it is possible to increase the size of the simulations running on NETSim, Network Element Test Simulator, on a specific hardware and operating system. NETSim is a simulator for operation and maintenance of telecommunication networks. The conclusions are that the disk usage is not critical and that it is needless to spend time optimizing disk and file system parameters. The amount of memory used by the simulations increased approximately linear with the size of the simulation. The size of the swap disk space is not a limiting factor. / Detta exsamensarbete undersöker om det är möjligt att öka storleken på simuleringskörningar av NETSim, Network Element Test Simulator, på en specifik hårdvaru- och operativsystemsplattform. NETSim är en simulator för styr och övervakning av telekomnätverk. Slutsatserna är att diskanvändandet inte är kritiskt och att det är onödigt att ägna tid åt att optimera disk- och filsystemsparametrar. Minnesutnyttjandet ökar approximativt linjärt med storleken på simuleringarna. Storleken på swapdisken är inte någon begränsande faktor.

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