• Using a mobile robot for cognitive mapping

      Wong, CK; Schmidt, J; Yeap, WK (International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, 2007)
      When animals (including humans) first explore a new environment, what they remember is fragmentary knowledge about the places visited. Yet, they have to use such fragmentary knowledge to find their way home. Humans naturally ...
    • Using change point analysis to determine perception accuracyinsocial media opinions

      Sallis, P; Claster, W (International Research Group (IRG), 2015)
      Social media such as Facebook and Twitter have become repositories for extremely large volumes of data representing for the most part, personal opinions and statements of individual users of these instruments for ...
    • Using counter-examples in teaching calculus

      Gruenwald, N; Klymchuk, S (2003)
      The paper deals with a practical issue encountered by many lecturers teaching first-year university Calculus. A big proportion of students seem to be able to find correct solutions to test and exam questions using familiar ...
    • Using Counterexamples, Puzzles and Provocations in the Teaching and Learning of Calculus

      Klymchuk, S (Springer, 2016)
      This paper describes author’s experiences in both teaching with and research on counterexamples, puzzles and provocations in calculus as a pedagogical strategy. The results of several experimental studies with students and ...
    • Using Design Science to build a Watermark System for Righful Ownership Protection in the Cloud

      Cusack, B; Khaleghparast, R (arXivThe Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2015)
      Cloud computing opportunities have presented service options for users that are both economical and flexible to use requirements. However, the risk analysis for the user identifies vulnerabilities for intellectual property ...
    • Using Groupware for international collaborative learning

      Clear, Tony; Daniels, M. (IEEE, 2000)
      The paper reports the lessons learned from a two year collaborative learning trial between students at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Uppsala University. The trials took place using a combination of email and ...
    • Using IT for active student feedback in the learning environment

      Clear, Tony (NACCQ, 2000)
      This paper describes the use of a web-based groupware product (specifically a Lotus NotesTM & DominoTM discussion database), as a means of gaining direct and regular feedback from students on the progress of a course. Some ...
    • Using relations to interpret anaphora

      Nand, Parma; Yeap, W; Nand, P; Yeap, W (DBLP, 2012)
      In this paper we present a novel framework for resolving bridging anaphora. The new framework is based on the core set of relations that have been used to describe an entirely different linguistic process, the process of ...
    • Using virtual stories to resolve workplace miscommunication

      Mules, PA (Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Inc., 2005)
      www:workstories.ac.nz is an Auckland University of Technology, Faculty of Arts Learning and Teaching initiative. The aim of the site is to provide an online learning tool that is a flexible, interactive textbook/teaching ...
    • Utilization of 3D Printing Technology to Facilitate and Standardize Soft Tissue Testing

      Scholze, M; Singh, A; Lozano, PF; Ondruschka, B; Ramezani, M; Werner, M; Hammer, N (Springer Nature Ltd., 2018)
      Three-dimensional (3D) printing has become broadly available and can be utilized to customize clamping mechanisms in biomechanical experiments. This report will describe our experience using 3D printed clamps to mount soft ...
    • Utilizing Typed Dependency Subtree Patterns for Answer Sentence Generation in Question Answering Systems

      Perera, R; Nand, P; Naeem, A (Springer, 2017)
      Question Answering over Linked Data (QALD) refer to the use of Linked Data by question answering systems, and in recent times this has become increasingly popular as it opens up a massive Linked Data cloud which is a rich ...
    • A Validated Simulation of Wind Flow Around a Parabolic Dish

      Uzair, M; Anderson, T; Nates, R; Jouin, E (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2015)
      The thermal performance of solar parabolic dish systems is greatly influenced by the wind around the system. To achieve higher operating temperatures, larger dish structures are used to increase the concentration ratio, ...
    • Value and prospect of digital photography

      Ho, KT; Wang,; Zhong, (Art Gallery Magazine Publishing House, 2010)
      Thanks to the development of technology, information and digital techniques have been spread all corners of the world. And artists now gain a new way to manipulate their art works: digital technology. The technique instills ...
    • Value Stream Mapping (VSM) in a manufacture-to-order small and medium enterprise

      Stamm, M; Neitzert, T (JOMSA, 2008)
      This paper discusses the Lean methodology of Value Stream Mapping (VSM) in a manufacture-to order (MTO) environment. Within a case study of a mold making company the method is applied and improved. The purpose of VSM is ...
    • Valuing computer science education research?

      Clear, Tony (ACM, 2006)
      This paper critically enquires into the value systems which rule the activities of teaching and research. This critique is intended to demonstrate the application of critical enquiry in Computer Science Education Research ...
    • Vampires in the city: mergence, mystique, and ‘The New Orleans Thing’

      Piatti-Farnell, L (Locating the Gothic conference, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Vertical axis wind turbines - are we any better informed?

      Robotham, AJ (New Zealand Wind Energy Association, 2014)
      In the early years of the modern era of the wind turbine, experimental development of vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) was underpinned by an incremental improvement of aerodynamic performance prediction methods; the ...
    • Vibration analysis of a variable length blade wind turbine

      Tartibu, LK; Kilfoil, M; Van Der Merwe, AJ (IJAET, 2012)
      In this paper, flap-wise, edge-wise and torsional natural frequencies of a variable length blade have been identified. Therefore designers can ensure that natural frequencies will not be close to the frequency of the main ...
    • Vibration of lightweight composite structures with random irregularities

      Chung, H (University of Otago, 2009)
      Exact determination of the vibration of a composite structure becomes impossible beyond the low-frequency range due to uncertainties in the structure. Therefore, the prediction model in the mid- to high-frequency range ...
    • Vibration of lightweight rib-reinforced structures with random irregularities

      Chung, H; Fox, C (Institutes of Acoustics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Acoustical Society of China, 2008)
      This paper describes mathematical modelling procedure of the rib-reinforced floor/ceiling structures, which are made up of components with irregular shapes and physical parameters. Exact determination of the vibration of ...