• Vibration transmission in a double-leaf plate with random rigidities and junctions

      Chung, H (The Australian Acoustical Society, 2013)
      Predicting vibrations of composite structures such as double-leaf plates is difficult because of the large number of components. In the low and high frequency ranges, the components may be homogenized, so that a structure ...
    • Video Self-reflection and Coach Development in New Zealand

      Mead, S; Spencer, K; Kidman, L (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      Drawing on data from semi-structured interviews with New Zealand coaches (N = 6), this study examined how video self-reflection (VSR) was perceived as a tool for learning within ‘on-going’ coach development. This study ...
    • Videos relating to Fluorescent Function-Spacer-Lipid construct labeling allows for real-time in vivo imaging of cell migration and behaviour in zebrafish (Danio rerio)

      Lan, C-C; Blake, D; Henry, S; Love, D (AUT University, 2012)
      Video descriptions: Video 1: 2 hours post injection imaging of the caudal vein plexus area of 52 hpf recipient zebrafish receiving 0.2 mg/ml FSL-FLRO4-I transformed WKM cells. In the video, a large slow-moving cell ...
    • Views About HIV/STI and Health Promotion Among Gay and Bisexual Chinese and South Asian Men Living in Auckland, New Zealand

      Neville, S; Adams, J (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      Ethnic minority gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) are considered to have a high risk for HIV infection. The aim of this study was to identify some of the ways Chinese and South Asian MSM talk about ...
    • Views from the top and below: an exploration of what intersectionality brings to sectoral research

      Mooney, S; Ryan, I (Institute for Intersectionality Research and Policy, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 2014)
      The impact of gender and other embodied diversity markers is rarely mentioned in the burgeoning literature on careers. In contrast, feminist scholarship recognises the multiple ways gender, race/ethnicity, age, class and/or ...
    • Virtual Engineering at NWVEC

      Robotham, AJ (Virtual Engineering Centre, the University of Liverpool, 2012)
      Hi-fidelity models require lengthy preparation Superfluous model data impedes the real-time experience Interaction requires intuitive and unobtrusive controls Immersion requires high refresh rates and accurate tracking ...
    • Virtual Engineering: case study with Bentley Motors

      Robotham, A (The University of Liverpool, 2011)
      Designing is more than just creating a product...it is also about creating an emotional experience! This presentation provides an overview of the Virtual Engineering Centre and its work with Optis UK and Bentley Motors to ...
    • Virtual overhearing: an effective way to increase network coding opportunities in wireless ad-hoc networks

      Xie, LF; Chong, PHJ; Ho, IW-H; Chan, HCB (Elsevier, 2016)
      Overhearing is of great importance to wireless network coding in that it can be exploited to obtain the side information needed for packet decoding. Recently, a new technique called virtual overhearing (VOH) was proposed ...
    • Virtualization Technology: Cross-VM Side Channel Attacks Make it Vulnerable

      Litchfield, A; Shahzad, A (Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2015)
      Cloud computing provides an effective business model for the deployment of IT infrastructure, platform, and software services. Often, facilities are outsourced to cloud providers and this offers the service consumer ...
    • Virtue: the missing piece in spiritual leadership

      McGhee, P; Grant, P (Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics, 2009)
      Fry’s (2003, 2008) models of spiritual leadership have successfully shown that spiritual leaders can create greater organisational commitment, productivity and improved employee well-being. In particular, they have proved ...
    • Virtues and risks of poverty

      Sinclair, R.; Hooper, K. C.; Lai, Y. Y. (AUTNew Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, 2009)
      The article discusses the disadvantaged of a not-for-profit organisation having a surplus of financial accounts in seeking financial support from donors and funders in New Zealand. It states that to ensure financial accounts ...
    • Vision tracking and voice-controlled foyer service robot

      Moir, TJ; Almanji, A; Chitty, C; Chang, J (Massey University, 2010)
      Machine –human interaction based on voice control and vision tracking features is one of world main focuses in the robotic industry. The integration of voice control and vision tracking features is expected to deliver its ...
    • Visual Feasts - photographic narratives of belonging

      Robertson, N (World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WiPC:E), 2014)
      Can photography contribute to inter-generational knowledge transmission through images of food and sites of hunting and gathering? Can education of sites of significance, environmental resources and ecologies be enhanced ...
    • Visual Impact Assessment - There's more to it than meets the eye!

      Robotham, AJ; Quilleash, P (Mechanical Engineering Publications Ltd, 1992)
      The visual impact of a wind farm is one of the major causes of concern for all current U.K. wind farm projects. Often visual impact is the singlemost important issue on which a planning application is judged. A fair and ...
    • Visualising Combined Time Use Patterns of Children’s Activities and Their Association With Weight Status and Neighbourhood Context

      Zhao, J; Mackay, L; Chang, K; Mavoa, S; Stewart, T; Ikeda, E; Donnellan, N; Smith, M (MDPI, 2019)
      Compositional data techniques are an emerging method in physical activity research. These techniques account for the complexities of, and interrelationships between, behaviours that occur throughout a day (e.g., physical ...
    • Vitamin B12 Status of Various Ethnic Groups Living in New Zealand: an Analysis of the Adult Nutrition Survey 2008/2009

      Devi, A; Rush, E; Harper, M; Venn, B (MDPI, 2018)
      Vitamin B12 deficiency leads to serious health problems, whilst sub-optimal status is associated with raised biochemical markers of disease risk. Identifying at-risk groups could benefit both individuals and public health. ...
    • VLBI and GPS carrier phase time and frequency transfer

      Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Ichikawa, R; Gotoh, T; Ishii, A; Hobiger, T (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), 2010)
      As one of the new frequency transfer technique to compare the next highly stable frequency standards, we proposed the geodetic VLBI technique. We evaluated the ability of VLBI frequency transfer by comparison with GPS ...
    • VLBI measurements for frequency transfer

      Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Ichikawa, R; Gotoh, T; Ishii, A; Hobiger, T; Hosokawa, M (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), 2010)
      We carried out the intercomparison experiment between VLBI and GPS to show that VLBI can measure the correct time difference. We produced an artificial delay change by stretching the Coaxial Phase Shifter which was inserted ...
    • VLBI measurements for Frequency Transfer

      Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Ichikawa, R; Gotoh, T; Ishii, A; Hobiger, T; Hosokawa, M (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), 2008)
      We compare the frequency transfer precision between VLBI and GPS carrier phase using IVS and IGS observation data in order to confirm the potential of VLBI time and frequency transfer. The results of the VLBI frequency ...
    • VLBI Measurements for Time and Frequency Transfer

      Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Ichikawa, R; Ishii, A; Hobiger, T; Hosokawa, M (Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP), 2008)
      原子泉型周波数標準器及び光周波数標準器の開発が世界各国で進められているが,このような 高精度の周波数標準器を比較する新しい時刻比較技術の開発も必要である.宇宙測地技術のひ とつであるVLBI は,遥か彼方の天体から放射される電波を,複数のアンテナで受信し,その 到達時間の差(遅延時間)を精密に計測している.解析では,遅延時間を各種物理パラメータと, 局の位置,速度,大気遅延と共に,基準局に対する観測局のクロックオフセットを未知パラメ ...