John Krogstie

John Krogstie
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Computer and Information Science

PhD in Information Systems

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Introduction
Current research interests are information systems, information systems engineering, business process and enterprise modelling, quality of models and modelling languages, neuroconceptualization, sustainable smart cities and value of Big Data
Additional affiliations
August 2005 - March 2022
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Professor and Director of NTNU Digital
August 2000 - July 2005
SINTEF
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Education
August 1992 - November 1995
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Field of study
  • Information Systems
August 1986 - January 1991
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Field of study
  • Information Systems

Publications

Publications (467)
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In a constantly changing environment, researchers and practitioners are concerned with the issue of whether responsible artificial intelligence (AI) governance can help build competitive advantage. Responsible AI governance should be viewed as a source of competitive edge rather than merely a quick fix for automating manual processes. Despite this,...
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The emerging phenomenon of platformization has given rise to what has been termed "platform society, " a digitally connected world where platforms have penetrated the heart of urban societies-transforming social practices, disrupting social interactions and market relations, and affecting democratic processes. One of the recent manifestations of pl...
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Organisations spend much money on Information Technology (IT) development and maintenance activities with the intention that these activities will create results that enable benefits for the organisations. This paper seeks to understand potential associations between IT development and maintenance activities and the adoption of benefits management...
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Data infrastructures, economic processes, and governance models of digital platforms are increasingly pervading urban sectors and spheres of urban life. This phenomenon is known as plat-formization, which has in turn given rise to the phenomena of platform society, where platforms have permeated the core of urban societies. A recent manifestation o...
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This paper aims to identify and classify the challenges and issues faced by the energy sector in digitizing distributed energy operation and services using digital platforms. It contributes to two fields: information systems (IS) in the domain of platforms ecosystems and digital services innovation and the field of energy informatics in the domain...
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In a constantly changing environment, researchers and practitioners are concerned with the issue of whether responsible artificial intelligence (AI) governance can help build competitive advantage. Responsible AI governance should be viewed as a source of competitive edge rather than merely a quick fix for automating manual processes. Despite this...
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In recent years artificial intelligence (AI) has been seen as a technology with tremendous potential for enabling companies to gain an operational and competitive advantage. However, despite the use of AI, businesses continue to face challenges and are unable to immediately realize performance gains. Furthermore, firms need to introduce robust AI s...
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Software engineers who use Model-Driven Development may be using Ecore for their work. Ecore is traditionally edited in Eclipse IDE, but a recent transition to Web tools allows for development of new Ecore editors. To investigate the needed functionality of such modeling tools, the model quality framework SEQUAL has been applied. The paper presents...
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Purpose-Enterprise Architecture (EA) is usually adopted as an approach for managing enterprise complexities and aligning business and Information Technology (IT) capabilities. Although IT practitioners and researchers agree about the potential applicability and benefits of EA in smart cities, little is known about the factors that influences the ac...
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Over the past few decades research has predominantly focused on the technical aspects and theoretical challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI). With the deluge of data and the increase in processing power, businesses are now facing the challenge of how to deploy AI that generates business value. In this direction, there is still nascent research...
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In recent years artificial intelligence (AI) has been seen as a technology with the potential for significant impact in enabling firms to get an operational and competitive advantage. However, despite the use of AI, companies still face challenges and cannot quickly realize performance gains. Adding to the above, firms need to introduce robust AI s...
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In recent years artificial intelligence (AI) has been seen as a technology with the potential for significant impact in enabling firms to get an operational and competitive advantage. However, despite the use of AI, companies still face challenges and cannot quickly realize performance gains. Adding to the above, firms need to introduce robust AI s...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) are a wide-ranging set of technologies that promise several advantages for organizations in terms off added business value. Over the past few years, organizations are increasingly turning to AI in order to gain business value following a deluge of data and a strong increase in computational capacity. Nevertheless, organ...
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This chapter consists of several sections which contain contributions from members of IFIP Technical Committee 8 (Information Systems). We highlight the accomplishments of Technical Committee 8 (TC8) and its working groups over its 50 years history, and then envisage possible strategies for the future of information systems (IS) in a post-COVID wor...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has gained traction over the past few years as the new frontier for gaining a competitive advantage. While firms have started investing heavily in AI, there is a growing disillusionment around the value that can be generated and the process through which that can be obtained. Building on this gap, we develop a concep...
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For graduates in computer science and informatics to get employment as IT professionals, there is a need for their education to provide the competence sought after by employers. To become fully operational in the organization, the candidates typically also need to further develop their competence there, engaging in activities, and becoming familiar...
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Purpose-In smart cities pervasive systems are deployed by enterprises and stakeholders in municipalities to provide digital services to citizens. But cities are faced with the challenge of achieving system pluggability, mainly service integration due to numerous actors and systems needed for smart urban transformation. Hence, there is need to emplo...
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The conscious push for sustainable cities to be smarter and thus more sustainable in the era of big data is due to the problematicity surrounding their development planning approaches and operational management mechanisms, as well as the fragmentation of their designs and technologies. This has a clear bearing on their performance with respect to t...
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Considerable resources are wasted on software projects delivering less than the planned benefits. Herein, the objective is to synthesize empirical evidence of the adoption and impact of benefits management (BM) in software development, and to suggest directions for future research. A systematic review of the literature is performed and identified 4...
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Although big data analytics have been claimed to revolutionize the way firms operate and do business, there is a striking lack of knowledge about how organizations should adopt and routinize such technologies to support their strategic objectives. The aim of this research is to explore how different inertial forces during deployments of big data an...
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The IoT and big data technologies have become essential to the functioning of both smart cities and sustainable cities, and thus, urban operational functioning and planning are becoming highly responsive to a form of data-driven urbanism. This offers the prospect of building models of smart sustainable cities functioning in real time from routinely...
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Building Information Models (BIM) play a central role in the construction phase of buildings. At St. Olav University Hospital in Norway, the focus has been on generating value from BIM during the entire lifecycle of the many buildings that comprise the hospital and supporting the core business processes of the hospital during the operations phase....
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Modern cities are equipped with various information and communications technology (ICT) resources including Internet of Things (IoT) devices, computing platforms, and data storage media. Data are one of the most valuable ICT resources in smart cities. Data management strategies play a vital role in managing the requirements of user and business mod...
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Synthesizing the Internet of Things (IoT) with building information modeling (BIM) can improve the performance of the data collection. In this regard, BIM endeavors to enable real-time monitoring conditions of buildings. This paper is focused on the indoor positioning system (IPS) as a key enabling technology for IoT applications, which uses smart...
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The age of big data analytics is now here, with companies increasingly investing in big data initiatives to foster innovation and outperform competition. Nevertheless, while researchers and practitioners started to examine the shifts that these technologies entail and their overall business value, it is still unclear whether and under what conditio...
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The big data revolution is heralding an era where instrumentation, datafication, and computation are increasingly pervading the very fabric of cities. Big data technologies have become essential to the functioning of cities. Consequently, urban processes and practices are becoming highly responsive to a form of data-driven urbanism that is the key...
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The compact city is one of the leading paradigms of sustainable urbanism. Compact city planning and development has, over the last 30 years or so, been the preferred response to the challenges of sustainable development. It is strongly promoted by global and local policies due to its positive outcomes in terms of contributing to the economic, envir...
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The big data revolution is heralding an era where instrumentation, datafication, and computation are increasingly pervading the very fabric of cities. Big data technologies are seen as a powerful force that has great potential for improving and advancing urban sustainability thanks especially to the IoT. Therefore, they have become essential to the...
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The compact city is one of the leading paradigms of sustainable urbanism. Compact city planning and development has, over the last 30 years or so, been the preferred response to the challenges of sustainable development. It is strongly promoted by global and local policies due to its positive outcomes in terms of contributing to the economic, envir...
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For graduates in computer science and informatics to get employment as IT professionals, there is a need for their education to provide the competence sought after by employers. To become fully operational in the organization, the candidates typically also need to develop their competence there. For a university offering master's degrees in compute...
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The potential of big data analytics in enabling improvements in business processes has urged researchers and practitioners to understand if, and under what combination of conditions, such novel technologies can support the enactment and management of business processes. While there is much discussion around how big data analytics can impact a firm'...
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Abstract Purpose- Electric Mobility as a Service (eMaaS) is suggested as a possible solution to ease transportation and lessen environmental issues by providing a collaborative transport sharing infrastructure that is based on Electric Vehicles (EVs) such as electric cars, electric bicycles, etc. Accordingly, this study proposes a multi-tier archit...
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Smart city has emerged as a universal term for the pervasive utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) deployed to provide value-added services to citizens based on data generated from sectors such as energy, mobility, etc. However, current approaches are faced with interoperability as a challenging issue in processing big-da...
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Sustainable urbanism is seen today as one of the keys towards unlocking the quest for a sustainable society. As a central paradigm of sustainable urbanism, the eco-city is promoted by global and local policies as one of the preferred responses to the challenges of sustainable development. It is argued that eco-city strategies are expected to delive...
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There is much enthusiasm currently about the opportunities created by the data deluge and its new and more extensive sources in the domain of smart sustainable urbanism. This mainly involves the ability to respond to the challenges of sustainability and urbanization thanks to thinking in a data-analytic and data-intensive scientific fashion and usi...
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The aim of the study was to focus on whether visual processing differs between distinct levels of reading competence in young adults, from a regular orthography. We compared the 10% highest scoring (HRC) and the 10% lowest scoring groups (LRC) of reading competence (using the word chain test, WCT) in visual processing of global coherent motion and...
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Smart city environments follow different technological management strategies (such as resource management, data management, and so on) between end-users to city planners and technological devices (e.g., sensor, camera surveillance, etc.) to enhance citizens’ quality of life through the variety of the smart services. Data management is one of the mo...
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I3E 2019 IFIP WG 6.11 International Workshops, Trondheim, Norway, September 18–20, 2019, Revised Selected Papers This book constitutes papers from the workshops held at the 18th IFIP WG 6.11 Conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, I3E 2019, which took place in Trondheim, Norway, in September 2019. The 11 full papers and 4 short papers...
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The smart grid achieves bidirectional information and energy flow between energy consumer and utility grid, aiding energy users not only to utilize energy, but also to produce, sell, and share energy with other consumers or with the utility grid. This type of energy user is referred to as the "prosumer". Thus, prosumer management structures are imp...
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This work presents a novel occupancy simulation model for residential buildings. The main contribution is that occupancy is simulated at room level, as opposed to more course spatial resolutions in previous studies. The model is based on a time-use survey conducted in Denmark including several thousand households. It is formulated as an inhomogeneo...
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There is much enthusiasm currently about the opportunities created by the data deluge and its new and more extensive sources in the domain of smart sustainable urbanism. This mainly involves the ability to respond to the challenges of sustainability and urbanization thanks to thinking in a data–analytic and data–intensive scientific fashion and usi...
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This work presents a novel occupancy simulation model for residential buildings. The main contribution is that occupancy is simulated at room level, as opposed to more course spatial resolutions in previous studies. The model is based on a time-use survey conducted in Denmark including several thousand households. It is formulated as an inhomogeneo...
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This work presents a novel occupancy simulation model for residential buildings. The main contribution is that occupancy is simulated at room level, as opposed to more course spatial resolutions in previous studies. The model is based on a time-use survey conducted in Denmark including several thousand households. It is formulated as an inhomogeneo...
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The model-driven engineering (MDE) paradigm promotes the use of conceptual models in information systems (IS) engineering and research. As engineering products, conceptual models must be of high quality, which applies to both conceptual models and the modelling language used to build them. Quality is a growing concern in the MDE field; however, stu...
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With big data analytics growing rapidly in importance, academics and practitioners have been considering the means through which they can incorporate the shifts these technologies bring into their competitive strategies. Early empirical evidence suggests that big data analytics can enhance a firm's performance; yet, there is a lack of understanding...
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As a part of their digital transformation, municipalities across Europe have taken initiatives to support Open Data platforms and provide services leveraging on data. This challenges the traditional business driven IT strategy promoted by several Enterprise Architecture methodologies, which are designed to operate within a single enterprise that ha...
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As a part of their digital transformation, municipalities across Europe have taken initiatives to support Open Data platforms and provide services leveraging on data. This challenges the traditional business driven IT strategy promoted by several Enterprise Architecture methodologies, which are designed to operate within a single enterprise that ha...
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As a part of their digital transformation, municipalities across Europe have taken initiatives to support Open Data platforms and provide services leveraging on data. This challenges the traditional business driven IT strategy promoted by several Enterprise Architecture methodologies, which are designed to operate within a single enterprise that ha...
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In the early 1990s, the discourse on sustainable development produced the concept of sustainable urban forms that became, and continue to be, a hegemonic response to the challenges of sustainable development. However, such forms have been problematic, whether in theory or practice, and indeed are associated with a number of problems, issues, and ch...
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Despite the documented potential of Big Data Analytics Capabilities (BDAC), it is by no means clear how they support the capacity of firms to purposefully create, extend, or modify their resource bases, i.e., dynamic capabilities (DC). This study extends current literature by exploring and elucidating various contingent big data capabilities, resou...
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In the existing building stock, heating, cooling and ventilation often run on fixed schedules assuming maximal occupancy. However, fitting the control of the HVAC system to the building's real demand offers large potential for energy savings over the status quo. Building occupants' presence as well as mechanically supplied and infiltrated airflow r...
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In the existing building stock, heating, cooling and ventilation often run on fixed schedules assuming maximal occupancy. However, fitting the control of the HVAC system to the building's real demand offers large potential for energy savings over the status quo. Building occupants' presence as well as mechanically supplied and infiltrated airflow r...
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In the existing building stock, heating, cooling and ventilation often run on fixed schedules assuming maximal occupancy. However, fitting the control of the HVAC system to the building's real demand offers large potential for energy savings over the status quo. Building occupants' presence as well as mechanically supplied and infiltrated airflow r...
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While big data analytics have been credited with being a revolution that will transform the way firms do business, there is still limited knowledge on how they should adopt and diffuse these technologies to support their strategies. The purpose of this paper is to understand how different inertial forces related to deployments of big data analytics...
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While the topic of analytics is rapidly growing in popularity across various domains, there is still a relatively low amount of empirical work in the field of operations research. While studies of various technical and business aspects of analytics are emerging in OR, little has been done to address how the OR community can leverage business analyt...