• Spatiotemporal Environments – Narratives of the underpaid worker in New Zealand

      Sinfield, D (AUT University, 2011)
      The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences examines the nature of disciplinary practices, and the interdisciplinary practices that arise in the context of ‘real world’ applications. It also interrogates ...
    • Spatiotemporal Environments – Translations of Workers Narratives into Visual Texts

      Sinfield, D (Common Grounds, 2011)
      The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences examines the nature of disciplinary practices, and the interdisciplinary practices that arise in the context of ‘real world’ applications. It also interrogates ...
    • Special Issue: Agenda 2020 Imagining the Future of New Zealand Media

      Mollgaard, M (MEDIANZ, 2017)
      This edition of MEDIANZ was generated from papers, presentations and discussions at the Agenda 2020: NZ Media Futures Symposium at AUT in April 2017. The Symposium was designed as a forum to encourage debate about the media ...
    • Spreadsheets as collaborative technologies in global requirements change management

      Hussain, W; Clear, T (IEEE, 2014)
      Globally distributed stakeholders employ various collaborative technologies to manage requirements. While these technologies facilitate requirements collaboration, their perceived purpose, use and structure co-evolve over ...
    • Stability Enhancement of a Power System With Wind Generation Using ANN Based STATCOM

      Mauboy, E; Lie, T; Anderson, T (The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2015)
      This paper examines the impact of a high penetration of Squirrel Cage Induction Generator wind turbines (SCIGs) on the voltage regulation and reactive power compensation on a grid. It shows that SCIGs slow down voltage ...
    • State of the art review of forming of coated sheet steel

      Heinzel, H; Neitzert, T (AUT University, 2006)
      No abstract
    • The State-of-the-art Technology of Currency Identification: A Comparative Study

      Wang, G; Wu, X; Yan, W-Q (IGI Global, 2017)
      The security issue of currency has attracted awareness from the public. Despite the development of applying various anti-counterfeit methods on currency notes, cheaters are able to produce illegal copies and circulate them ...
    • Statistical methods in analysing health inequalities among the world citizens

      Shanmuganathan, S; Claster, W (The Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. and the International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation., 2009)
      While many international and national institutions world over, such as, World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Bank and national/ state health institutions, strive to promote health, prevent and control disease, formulate ...
    • Stepped piston engines for multi-fuel UAV application

      Hooper, P (Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), 2005)
      This paper presents design and development data for the SPV580 Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) engine. The project was funded by the British Ministry of Defence to meet future need for low mass power plants for advanced UAVs. ...
    • Stirling-cycle heat-pumps and refrigerators – a realistic alternative?

      Haywood, D; Raine, JK; Gschwendtner, MA (Institute of Refrigeration, Heating & Air Conditioning Engineers (IRHACE), 2002)
      Concerns about the environmental impact of refrigerants used in vapour-compression heatpumps and refrigerators, have prompted the Stirling-Cycle Research Group at the University of Canterbury to investigate the feasibility ...
    • Stockholm Falsework

      Cullen, P (Hammarby Artport, 2007)
      Falsework is a temporary scaffold-like architectural support which is used to hold elements in place during construction and until they become self supporting. Paul Cullen’s Falsework sculptures are makeshift constructions ...
    • Stop sign

      Jackson, M (AUT University, 2008)
      No abstract
    • Storytelling for Our Own People: A Reflection on Working with Māori Filmmaker Barry Barclay

      Milligan, C (Media Studies Journal of Aotearoa New Zealand (MEDIANZ), 2017)
      Māori film director and writer Barry Barclay is recognized among international indigenous filmmakers as a foundational figure. As a philosopher and a filmmaker, he was fierce in pursuit of what he saw to be tika, that ...
    • Strategies and guidelines for improving wireless local area network performance

      Sarkar, NI; Sarkar, NI (InterNetWorks Research Lab, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2012)
      There has been a tremendous growth in the deployment of IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g/n) wireless local area networks (WLANs) in recent years. This growth is due to the flexibility, low cost, simplicity, and user mobility offered by ...
    • Strategy-led construction: success through a human-centred approach

      Ramanayaka, C; Rotimi, J.O.B. (The University of New South Wales, 2012)
      Performance statistics in the construction industry show that project and company failures have become widespread in the industry. Studies have recognized the need for new planning approaches, since existing approaches ...
    • Streaming. An intelligence agency for an unspecified city in a hot climate. Competition entry for Auckland Architecture Association Cavalier Bremworth Awards 06

      Douglas, C (AUT University, 2006)
      This competition entry for the AAA Cavalier Bremworth Awards 06 was an exploration of the use of pattern generation and interference patterns in generating operational architectural space. It sought to create strategic ...
    • Structural Deformation of Sandwich Composite Heliostats

      Anderson, T; Fadlallah, S; Nates, R (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2018)
      The cost of heliostats has a significant influence on the cost of central tower concentrating solar power systems. To address this issue there is a need for new innovative heliostat designs that can reduce the heliostats’ ...
    • Students Envisioning the Future

      Lind, T; Cajander, Å; Sandblad, B; Daniels, M; Lárusdóttir, M; McDermott, R; Clear, T (IEEE, 2016)
      How can students be included as critical stakeholders in the systems and services provided by a university? To address the whole student experience, we engaged students and employees at a large Swedish university in a ...
    • Students revising for test using SMS

      Petrova, K (IAMLEARN, 2007)
      In this paper an experiment involving mLearning using Short Message Service (SMS) is described. The experiment was designed after a study of the readiness of the participants in terms of mobile device ownership, mobile ...
    • Students’ misconceptions about random variables

      Kachapova, F; Kachapov, I (Taylor & Francis, 2011)
      This article describes some misconceptions about random variables and related counter-examples, and makes suggestions about teaching initial topics on random variables in general form instead of doing it separately for ...