• The Design of Control Strategy for Blended Series-Parallel Power-Split PHEV – a Simulation Study

      Ding, N; Lie, T; Prasad, K (International Association of Research and Science, 2017)
      Electric Vehicles (EVs) have been extensively researched to reduce the fuel consumption and tailpipe emission. The series-parallel power-split Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PHEV) has been considered as one of the most suitable ...
    • Design Thinking Methods and Creative Technologies in Virtual Worlds

      Karmokar, S; Rive, P (Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2016)
      Globalization and the virtualization of business has highlighted the challenges of managing a dispersed team and have encouraged further research into the benefits of face-to-face communications and how that might be ...
    • Designing a design-savvy nation

      Yap, L (AUT University, 2006)
      Design is increasingly becoming a key business activity that interacts with science, technology and culture to enable innovation to take place. The notion that design is a key enabler for wealth creation, global competitiveness ...
    • Designing for thermal comfort near a glazed exterior wall

      Anderson, T; Luther, M (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
      In many highly glazed buildings, the thermal comfort of the occupants will tend to be related to the incoming solar energy and the heat transfer behaviour of the glazing. In this study, several glazing systems were designed ...
    • Designing mobile games for engagement and learning

      Parsons, D; Petrova, K; Hokyoung, R (ICITA, 2011)
      Game based mobile learning is becoming increasingly popular, now that mobile devices provide support for multimedia content, location awareness, augmented reality and connectivity. However just having technical features ...
    • Detecting defects in composite beams and plates using Bayesian inference

      Chung, H; Lee, J (KU Leuven - Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2014)
      The topic of this paper is an inverse problem of identifying defects in composite beams and plates. The physical representation of defects is parametrized. Assuming Gaussian errors in measurements, the Bayesian inference ...
    • Detecting Slow DDos Attacks on Mobile Devices

      Cusack, B; Lutui, R; Khaleghparast, R (Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2016)
      Denial of service attacks, distributed denial of service attacks and reflector attacks are well known and documented events. More recently these attacks have been directed at game stations and mobile communication devices ...
    • Detection and classification of Hypovolaemia during anaesthesia

      Baig, MM; Gholamhosseini, H; Harrison, MJ (United States National Library of Medicine/IEEE, 2011)
      In recent years, there has been a rapid growth in patient monitoring and medical data analysis using decision support systems, smart alarm monitoring, expert systems and many other computer aided protocols. The main goal ...
    • Detection of Adulteration in Red Meat Species Using Hyperspectral Imaging

      Al-Sarayreh, M; Reis, M; Yan, W-Q; Klette, R (Springer, 2017)
      This paper reports the performance of hyperspectral imaging for detecting the adulteration in red-meat species. Line-scanning images are acquired from muscles of lamb, beef, or pork. We consider the states of fresh, frozen, ...
    • Detection of Red-meat Adulteration by Deep Spectral–spatial Features in Hyperspectral Images

      AlSarayreh, M; Reis, M; Yan, W-Q; Klette, R (Springer Verlag, 2018)
      This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the performance of hyperspectral imaging for detecting adulteration in red-meat products. A dataset of line-scanning images of lamb, beef, or pork muscles was collected taking ...
    • Determining project performance criteria and key procurement methods in Nigeria: clients' perspectives

      Windapo, A; Rotimi, J.O.B. (Emerald, 2012)
      The choice of procurement method is vital to client satisfaction and success on construction projects. But the procurement method selected needs to be a best fit with clients’ performance criteria in an increasing complexity ...
    • Determining the magnitude of transaction costs in construction procurement systems: an exploratory study

      Rajeh, M; Tookey, JE; Rotimi, J.O.B. (World Building Congress, 2013)
      Transaction cost economics (TCE) has traditionally examined customer-supplier relationships in the context of contractual arrangements. This enables the development of appropriate strategies, such as long-term agreements ...
    • Detours and disasters, signing the city otherwise: posed solitude, a poetics of community

      O'Connor, M (The International Association for Philosophy and Literature, 2008)
      In the path of Maurice Blanchot’s thinking comprehension can lead to disaster. What is it to not comprehend? Where would this lead us? In the first instance, no doubt to a kind of disaster zone as a site of nostalgia, of ...
    • Developing a mobile social media framework for creative pedagogies

      Cochrane, T; Antonczak, L; Guinibert, M; Mulrennan, D (International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), 2014)
      This paper explores an overview of an evolving framework to enable creative pedagogies as applied to three different higher education contexts. Based upon our experiences, we propose a critical framework for supporting and ...
    • Developing activity cycled based diagram for simulating a bridge construction operation

      Zaeri, F; Rotimi, JOB (New Zealand Built Environment Research, 2014)
      Proper planning and control of activities on a construction project is central to successful performance. However the planning function is cumbersome due to the inherent features of construction operations such as high ...
    • Developing design thinking expertise in higher education

      Withell, AJ; Haigh, N (ABM-media, 2013)
      Design Thinking is a human-centred methodology for innovation, which has evolved from the study of the unique ways in which designers 'think', and 'practice' (Bauer & Eagen, 2008). While there is emerging research into the ...
    • Developing novice researchers understandings of research

      Clear, Tony; Young, A. (NACCQ, 2001)
      This paper reports progress from an action research programme to develop an active research community amongst New Zealand computing educators. Since 1998 the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ) ...
    • Development and evaluation of an exercycle game using immersive technologies

      Shaw, Lindsay Alexander; Wünsche, Burkhard Claus; Lutteroth, Christof; Marks, S; Buckley, Jude; Corballis, Paul (Australian Computer Society, Inc. (ACS), 2015)
      Exercise video games have become increasing popular due to their promise to increase fitness and reduce obesity levels, and due to the emergence of cheap interface devices. Previous research reported mixed results about ...
    • Development of a 1:1 Scale True Perception Virtual Reality System for design review in automotive industry

      Shao, F; Robotham, AJ; Hon, KK (Aston Business School, 2012)
      The recent improvements of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies makes it feasible for automotive design reviews to be carried out in a virtual world. Design review with virtual prototypes could reduce costs by eliminating the ...
    • Development of a Diaphragm Stirling Cryocooler

      Caughley, A; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Gschwendtner, M (International Cryocooler Conference, 2014)
      Callaghan Innovation, formerly Industrial Research Ltd, has developed a novel free-piston Stirling cryocooler concept using metal diaphragms. The concept uses a pair of metal diaphragms to seal and suspend the displacer ...