Search for dissertations about: "Martin Arvidsson"

Found 3 swedish dissertations containing the words Martin Arvidsson.

  1. 1. Getting a Feel for Tactile Space : Exploring Haptic Perception of Microtexture

    Author : Martin Arvidsson; Birgitta Berglund; Steven Hsiao; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Haptic; fine texture perception; multidimensional scaling; tactile; roughness; vibrations; spatial; psykologi; Psychology;

    Abstract : The present thesis is based on three studies that research different aspects of fine texture perception. The goal is to better understand the mechanisms involved in haptic perception of textures below 200 µm, also known as microtextures. READ MORE

  2. 2. Robust Design Experimentation and Dispersion Effects

    Author : Martin Arvidsson; Chalmers University of Technology; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; estimation procedure; design of experiments; generalized linear models; event matrices; variance component; location effects; split-plot experiments; robust design; identification procedure; dispersion effects;

    Abstract : One of the most common methods in robust design methodology is design of experiments. This method makes it possible to identify settings of design factors that make products and production processes robust with respect to noise factors. READ MORE

  3. 3. Ecology of freshwater mussels in disturbed environments

    Author : Martin Österling; Larry Greenberg; Björn Arvidsson; David Strayer; Karlstads universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; Unionoida; Margaritifera margaritifera; Dreissena; Salmo trutta; habitat degradation; turbidity; sedimentation; recruitment; conservation.; Biology; Biologi; Biology; Biologi;

    Abstract : The number of species extinctions is increasing at an alarming rate. Long-lived freshwater mussels of the order Unionoida, which include a parasitic stage on a host fish, are highly threatened. Habitat degradation by turbidity and sedimentation is thought to be one major reason for their decline. READ MORE