• Disjunctive flows

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Newcastle University, 2007)
      A 2005 architectural call for papers asserted the sacrifice of absolute position for velocity, and the power of the flux of our times to sweep us into a time defined by its own flux. Earlier, Marc Augé wrote of airports ...
    • Distancing oneself

      Jackson, M (Fourth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities - 2006, 2006)
      In his translator’s introduction to Heidegger’s two-volume publication, Nietzsche, David Farrell Krell recounts that on its original German publication, the spine of the book simply had the two names Nietzsche/Heidegger, ...
    • A Distributed Machine Learning Approach for the Secondary Voltage Control of an Islanded Micro-Grid

      Al Karim, M; Currie, J; Lie, T (IEEE, 2016)
      Balancing the active and the reactive power in a stand-alone micro-grid is a critical task. A micro-grid without energy storage capability is even more vulnerable to stability issues. This paper investigates a distributed ...
    • Distributed Machine Learning on Dynamic Power System Data Features to Improve Resiliency for the Purpose of Self-healing

      Karim, MA; Currie, J; Lie, T-T
      Numerous online methods for post-fault restoration have been tested on different types of systems. Modern power systems are usually operated at design limits and therefore more prone to post-fault instability. However, ...
    • Distributed Relational Database Performance in Cloud Computing: an Investigative Study

      Litchfield, A; Althwab, A; Sharma, C (AIS, 2017)
      Weak points in major relational database systems in a Cloud Computing environment, in which the nodes were geographically distant, are identified. The study questions whether running databases in the Cloud provides operational ...
    • Distribution of vibrations of a double-leaf plate with random inhomogeneities

      Chung, H (2013)
      This paper shows how to compute vibrations of a double-leaf plate with random inhomogeneities in its components, two plates and reinforcement beams. The modelling method is based on the variational principle for elastic ...
    • Distribution of vibrations of a double-leaf plate with random inhomogeneities

      Chung, H (University of Southampton, 2013)
      This paper shows how to compute vibrations of a double-leaf plate with random inhomogeneities in its components, two plates and reinforcement beams. The modelling method is based on the variational principle for elastic ...
    • Diversity in Reporting? A Study of the News coverage of the 2016 New Zealand Local Body Elections

      Baker, S; Owen, T; Rupar, V; Myllylahti, M; Devadas, V; Craig, G; Berti, C (MEDIANZ, 2017)
      This study offers an analysis of print news media coverage of the 2016 New Zealand Local Body elections, focusing on reportage around issues of diversity. This study builds upon a prior project by the Media Observatory ...
    • Diversity reportage in Aotearoa: demographics and the rise of the ethnic media

      Robie, D (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      For more than two decades, diversity has been a growing mantra for the New Zealand news media. Initially, the concept of biculturalism-partnership with the indigenous tangata whenua-was pre-eminent in the debate, but as ...
    • Diversity reportage in metropolitan Oceania: the mantra and the reality

      Robie, D (University of Queensland, 2009)
      Aotearoa/New Zealand has the largest Polynesian population in Oceania. Three Pacific microstates now have more than 70 percent of their population living in New Zealand. Projected demographics by Statistics New Zealand ...
    • Do We Teach the Right Thing? A Comparison of Global Software Engineering Education and Practice

      Beecham, S; Clear, T; Noll, J (IEEE, 2017)
      Global Software Engineering (GSE) is a reality for even the smallest companies, so software engineering students need to learn how to work in a globally distributed development context. Many approaches to teaching GSE have ...
    • Doctoral work in computing education research: beyond experimental designs

      Clear, Tony (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Documentation and agile methods: striking a balance

      Clear, Tony (ACM, 2003)
      I have written previously about the need for students to develop discrimination as part of their preparation for professional practice during their undergraduate capstone courses. But nowhere is this need for discrimination ...
    • Documind

      Ho, KT (UCD Clinton Institute for American Studies, 2006)
      This paper uses a series of photographs taken during the historical handover of Hong Kong in 1997 to suggest an alternate concept and approach in photography. Born and brought up as a Hongkongese and now working in a Western ...
    • Dominion Road: the shifting urbanscape

      Ho, KT (Photowhisper, 2011)
      The Dominion Road project is a photographic project proposed and developed by King Tong HO, the Chairman of Photowhisper Incorporated. Its intention is to explore the ongoing cultural activities on Dominion Road and, in ...
    • Don't publish and be damned: an advocacy media case study

      Berney, CJ; Robie, D (Global Fusion Consortium, 2008)
      Advocacy journalism is practised by a wide range of mainstream media publishers and broadcasters and alternative media outlets. It is a genre of journalism that is fact-based but supports a specific viewpoint on an issue. ...
    • Don't shoot them - heal them: using game engines as a basis for surgical simulators

      Marks, S (Department of Computer Science, The University of Auckland, 2007)
      Virtual surgery training has become an essential tool in medical education. Unfortunately, commercial simulators are very expensive and mainly focus on individual training instead of teamwork. Game engines offer unique ...
    • Drillability of Titanium Alloy 6246 from Surface Quality Perspective

      Darsin, M; Pasang, T (Oriental Scientific Publishing Company, 2019)
      Drillablity derived from term of machinability, which is applied in drilling. In this study, drillability of titanium alloy 6246 has been investigated through observation of two responses of drilled holes quality, i.e. ...
    • ‘Drugs, guns and gangs’: case studies on Pacific states and how they deploy NZ media regulators

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Media freedom and the capacity for investigative journalism have been steadily eroded in the South Pacific in the past five years in the wake of an entrenched coup and censorship in Fiji. The muzzling of the Fiji press, ...
    • Dynamic geometries. Te Wero bridge as a pacific monument

      Young, E; Davis, M; Douglas, C; Ceelen, V; Stevens, B; Phuong, DK; Jones, W; Fordham, F; Xu, C; Chou, W; Neville, H (AUT University, 2007)
      Te Wero bridge re-interprets traditional notions of monumentality by projecting itself as a dynamic point of exchange. The bridge is a new kind of icon for Auckland. Positioned to articulate a subtle adjustment on the Quay ...