• The Boundaries of Education: Using Mobile Devices for Connecting People to Places

      Sinfield, D (Co-Action Publishing, 2018)
      This discussion paper explores pedagogy beyond the boundaries of tertiary institutional classrooms through a socio-cultural lens that examines the history of a small-town community. In doing so this paper discusses the ...
    • Boy

      Ings, Welby (Room8, 2004)
      Boy is Welby Ings' short film about a young male prostitute in a small New Zealand town who discovers the truth behind a fatal hit and run accident. When news of the death spreads through the district, the family of the ...
    • Brain, gene, and quantum inspired computational intelligence

      Kasabov, N (Springer-Verlag, 2014)
      This chapter discusses opportunities and challenges for the creation of methods of computational intelligence (CI) and more specifically – artificial neural networks (ANN), inspired by principles at different levels of ...
    • The British Kept A'Coming: on the Tourist Trail of the 1863 Invasion of the Waikato

      Hoar, P (School of Communication Studies, AUT, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Building Efficient Multi-level Wireless Sensor Networks With Cluster-based Routing Protocol

      Shwe, HY; Kumar, A; Chong, PHJ (Korean Society for Internet Information, 2016)
      In resource constrained sensor networks, usage of efficient routing protocols can have significant impact on energy dissipation. To save energy, we propose an energy efficient routing protocol. In our approach, which ...
    • Building Global Learning Communities

      Cochrane, T; Buchem, I; Camacho, M; Cronin, C; Gordon, A; Keegan, H (Association for Learning Technology, 2013)
      Within the background where education is increasingly driven by the economies of scale and research funding, we propose an alternative online open and connected framework (OOC) for building global learning communities using ...
    • Building information modeling for smart built environments

      Zhang, J; Seet, BC; Lie, TT (MDPI AG, 2015)
      Building information modelling (BIM) provides architectural 3D visualization and a standardized way to share and exchange building information. Recently, there has been an increasing interest in using BIM, not only for ...
    • Building theory on monetary retention regimes

      Abeysekera, V; Raina, P; Neitzert, T (AUT University, 2009)
      The aim of this paper is to explore and recommend a rational basis for setting up a retention regime for a given project. Despite a century of practice, there is no theory to provide guidance yet. Using insights gained ...
    • Business undergraduates learning online: a one semester snapshot

      Petrova, K.; Sinclair, R. (IJEDICT, 2005)
      Online learning was first introduced into an undergraduate business programme in 1999 starting with just one single course. Currently online learning is used across the whole programme either to enhance classroom teaching ...
    • But Can It Be Art? Kapa Haka As a Contemporary Indigenous Performance Practice

      Mazer, S; Papesch, T R (Te Ara Poutama, AUT University, 2015)
      This talk represents the latest stage in our ongoing conversation. As with our previously performed public dialogues such as ‘Crossing the Cultural Divide’ in 2001and ‘Stages of Pōwhiri’ in 2008, we’re staking positions ...
    • California Dreamin' - inspiring innovative car design and development

      Robotham, A (School of Art and Design, AUT University, 2013)
      Why is California the home of the advanced design studios of every major automotive manufacturer? Take a road trip with Tony Robotham, Senior Lecturer at AUT University’s School of Engineering, and discover the influence ...
    • Camera based face tracking for enhancing surgical teamwork training with non-verbal communication

      Marks, S; Windsor, J; Wünsche, B (AUT University, 2008)
      In recent years, the increased use of simulation for the training of surgical skills has improved the medical curriculum and the overall patient outcome. Advances in hardware and simulation techniques have resulted in many ...
    • Canopy of the upturned eye: writing on Derrida’s Crypt

      O'Connor, MTS (Mosaic, 2010)
      The evocation of a spatial sheltering in this title hints at a covering over death. Indeed, a canopy is productive of fertile vegetation for a continued nurturing of living after death. However, this paper aims at a threshold ...
    • Canopy: proposal for Wynyard wharf. Auckland architecture week 09 invited design charette

      Young, E; Douglas, C; Richards, H; Xu, C; Fisher, CPRW (AUT University, 2009)
      As part of Auckland Architecture Week 09, a one-day invited design charette was held in a public venue in the Britomart Quarter. The charette was intended to show people what architects do, and to generate concepts for the ...
    • Capturing meaning-making in journalism

      Rupar, V; Grunwald, E (The State and University Library - Aarhus, 2010)
      Performing content analysis is not merely a question of developing and using quantitatively-defined categories in order to investigate a research problem. If you want to go further and look at the meaning of the whole text, ...
    • ‘Carbon Colonialism’: Pacific Environmental Risk, Media Credibility and a Deliberative Perspective

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, 2014)
      The effects of climate change are already occurring in all continents and across the oceans, and the situation has deteriorated since the last account in 2007, warned the United Nations scientific agency charged with ...
    • Cascade effects of load shedding in coupled networks

      Tauch, S; Liu, W; Pears, R (IEEE, 2013)
      Intricate webs of interlinked critical infrastructures such as electrical grid, telecommunication, and transportation are essential for the minimal functioning of contemporary societies and economies. Advances in Information ...
    • A Case for Creative Misunderstanding

      Mazer, S (Te Ara Poutama, AUT University, 2015)
      The differences between us necessitate the dialogue, rather than disallow it – a dialogue must take place, precisely because we don’t speak the same language. (Ahmed, 2000, p. 180, italics in the original) Human ways of ...
    • Causes of payment delays and losses in the construction industry

      Ramachandra, T; Rotimi, JOB; Hyde, K (UTS ePress, 2015)
      Payment delays and losses persist in the construction industry and continue to be a key concern to industry practitioners. Therefore an exploration of the key causes of payment delays and losses is undertaken in this study ...
    • CFD modelling of a diaphragm stirling Cryocooler

      Gschwendtner, MA; Caughley, AJ; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Caughley, AJ; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Gschwendtner, MA (Cryogenic Society of America, 2012)
      Industrial Research Ltd has developed a unique diaphragm-based pressure wave generator technology for employment in pulse tube and Stirling cryocoolers. The system uses a pair of metal diaphragms to separate the clean ...