• Ethics and Professional Orientation of Serbian Journalists

      Rupar, V; Sezova. S. (CEON/CEES, 2017)
      Studies of ethical orientations of journalists, based on large-scale surveys of professional norms and values, generate data that are an important indicator of journal-ism culture. While it is true that what journalists ...
    • Ethics of design

      Jackson, M (Otago Polytechnic, 2009)
      Michel Foucault’s last published monograph The Care of the Self, may be considered from the vantage point of how the question of ethics and aesthetics have been separated, or more precisely, how a self becomes a manifold ...
    • Eunoia S,M,L,XL: Modular light timber framed structural systems

      Young, E; Richards, E; Boardman, P (Eunoia Limited, 2008)
      Eunoia S,M,L,XL - Commissioned Practice based research project into modular light timber framed structural systems and their application to a range of five bach designs for the New Zealand market. Commissioned by Eunoia ...
    • Evaluating defect reporting in new residential buildings in New Zealand

      Rotimi, FE; Tookey, J; Rotimi, JO (MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2015)
      The need for defect reporting is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore at handover of new residential buildings. A general review in defect studies has consistently shown that newly built properties can be found to ...
    • Evaluating IPv6 in peer-to-peer Gigabit Ethernet for UDP using modern operating systems

      Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (IEEE, 2012)
      In this paper we evaluate the UDP performance of IPv6 in a peer-to-peer Gigabit Ethernet network using the latest four different MS Windows and Linux-based client and server operating systems (OS). The throughput and ...
    • Evaluating mobile learning artefacts

      Petrova, K; Li, C (The University of Auckland/Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite), 2009)
      The design of mLearning applications based on mobile data technologies and the development of mLearning services implementing them is driven both by mobile technology innovation, and by the trend towards more student-centered ...
    • Evaluating Policy Layer Security Controls for Value Realisation in Secure Systems

      Cusack, B; Al-Khazrajy, M (Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University, 2015)
      A strategic question for any business is: What value do control frameworks give? The question concerns the costs associated with implementing and maintaining control frameworks compared with the benefits gained. Each control ...
    • Evaluating Research Impact in Computing: A Slippery Slope?

      Clear, T (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2016)
      An abstract is not available.
    • Evaluating Single Sign on Security Failure in Cloud Services

      Cusack, B; Zadeh, E (Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University, 2015)
      The business use of cloud computing services is motivated by the ease of use and the potential financial cost reductions. Service failure may occur when the service provider does not protect information or when the use of ...
    • Evaluating Small Drone Surveillance Capabilities to Enhance Traffic Conformance Intelligence

      Cusack, B; Khaleghparast, R (Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University, 2015)
      The availability of cheap small physical drones that fly around and have a variety of visual and sensor networks attached invites investigation for work applications. In this research we assess the capability of a set of ...
    • Evaluating the adequacy of installed ventilation systems in high rise buildings in Nairobi, Kenya

      Rotimi, J.O.B.; Kiptala, RK (West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 2012)
      Sustainable passive ventilation has been promoted as the way forward in ventilation systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. Whether this is real or factual will be determined by this investigation on how well installed ventilation ...
    • Evaluating the budgetary reliability of design stage elemental cost plan in building procurement: a New Zealand study

      Adafin, J; Wilkinson, SJ; Rotimi, JOB; Odeyinka, HA (Department of Construction Economics and Management University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 2016)
      Accurate prediction of final tender sums (contract sums) of building projects depends on reliable projections of baseline cost plans developed at the design development stage. However, no matter how much care and effort ...
    • Evaluating the effectiveness of construction payment provisions in New Zealand

      Ramachandra, T; Rotimi, JOB (The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), 2013)
      Standard forms of contract and Construction Contracts Act (CCA) are designed as primary means of mitigating payment problems within the New Zealand construction industry. However, payment problems have been on the increase ...
    • Evaluating the impact of procedurally generated content on game immersion

      Connor, AM; Greig, TJ; Kruse, J (Springer, 2017)
      This paper describes a study that examines the impact that procedurally generated content has on the quality of gaming experience. To that end, an experimental study has been undertaken where gamers play two versions of ...
    • Evaluating the quality of Drupal software modules

      Denham, B; Pears, R; Connor, AM (World Scientific Publishing, 2018)
      Evaluating software modules for inclusion in a Drupal website is a crucial and complex task that currently requires manual assessment of a number of module facets. This study applied data-mining techniques to identify ...
    • Evaluation Methods for Assessing Users' Psychological Experiences of Web-based Psychosocial Interventions: A Systematic Review

      Feather, JS; Howson, M; Ritchie, L; Carter, PD; Parry, DT; Koziol-McLain, J (JMIR Publications, 2016)
      The use of Web-based interventions to deliver mental health and behavior change programs is increasingly popular. They are cost-effective, accessible, and generally effective. Often these interventions concern psychologically ...
    • Evaluation of a fuzzy ontology based medical information system

      Parry, DT (IGI Global, 2006)
      Evidence-based medicine (EBM) requires appropriate information to be available to clinicians at the point of care. Electronic sources of information may fulfill this need but require a high level of skill to use successfully. ...
    • Evaluation of a laser-pumped Cs gas-cell frequency standard on geodetic VLBI

      Ishii, A; Ichikawa, R; Takiguchi, H; Kuboki, H; Sekido, M; Koyama, Y; Ohuchi, Y (Geodetic Society of Japan, 2008)
      The laser-pumped Cs gas-cell type atomic frequency standard (hereafter, we called the "Cs gas-cell oscillator") , this was developed in recent years, has a stability between a hydrogen maser oscillator and a Cs beam-type ...
    • Evaluation of game engines for simulated clinical training

      Marks, S; Windsor, J; Wünsche, B (Canterbury University, 2008)
      The increasing complexity and costs of clinical training and the constant development of new procedures has made virtual reality based training an essential tool in medical education. Unfortunately, commercial training ...
    • Evaluation of spatial interpolation techniques for mapping soil pH

      Zandi, S; Ghobakhlou, A; Sallis, P (Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2011)
      Soil pH has a major effect on plant nutrient availability by controlling the chemical structure of the nutrient. Adjusting soil acidity or alkalinity improves soil nutrition without adding extra fertilizers. Soil nutrients ...