• Activity Recognition Evaluation Via Machine Learning

      Rameka, ANA; Connor, AM; Kruse, J (European Alliance for Innovation (EAI), 2019)
      With the proliferation of relatively cheap Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smart environments have been highlighted as an example of how the IoT can make our lives easier. Each of these ‘things’ produces data which can ...
    • Adaptive crosstalk-resistant noise-cancellation using Kalman filters

      Moir, T (The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), 2012)
      A crosstalk-resistant method of noise-cancellation is used to separate a mixture of two non-stationary signals.(eg speech). Whereas this idea has been used previously using least-mean squares (LMS) in a cross-coupling mode, ...
    • Add to shopping basket

      Charlton, J (DARC (Digital Aesthetics Research Centre), Aarhus University, School of Communication and Culture, 2015)
      No abstract.
    • Additive manufacturing: the new industrial revolution

      Diegel, O (CRDM Ltd, 2011)
      It has been speculated that, in the near future, additive manufacturing will begin to have a marked effect on how we order and manufacture products. When one examines some of the implications of AM more closely, it can be ...
    • Addressing effective construction logistics through the lens of vehicle movements

      Ying, F; Tookey, J; Roberti, J (Emerald, 2014)
      Purpose – Construction logistics is an essential part of construction supply chain management (CSCM). However, limited attention has been paid to this issue in the New Zealand construction industry. The purpose of this ...
    • Adequacy of ventilations systems: perspectives of designers and occupants of office buildings in Nairobi, Kenya

      Rotimi, JOB; Kiptala, RK (Academic Journals, 2014)
      Passive ventilation systems have the potential for reduced operating costs in office buildings while maintaining ventilation rates consistent with acceptable indoor air quality. There is a surge of interest in more developed ...
    • Advertising, Public Relations and Social Marketing: shaping behaviour towards sustainable consumption

      Muratovski, G (Routledge, 2013)
      As the world struggles to sustain mass consumption as a lifestyle of choice, the need for sustainable behaviour becomes increasingly evident. Even though there are already a number of technical and legislative solutions ...
    • After the Storm Comes the Sun: A Rhetorical Analysis of Melbourne Storm's Advertising Campaigns After the 2010 Salary Cap Scandal

      Nairn, A; Nelson, F; Johnson, R
      One of the most common motifs surrounding sports, sports teams, and sports stars is “the scandal.” One typifying feature of mediated scandals is the ease with which they can be presented as, or massaged into, an unfolding ...
    • Afternoon House II: Radical/Conservative

      Douglas, C (Auckland, NZ: AGM Publishing, 2009)
      The Afternoon House series is an ongoing research project leveraging belated or obsolete architectural techniques and ideas to explore the way that architecture makes world-order perceptible. It is a revision of Palladio's ...
    • Against Recycling Nature

      Douglas, C (The Auckland Branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, 2011)
      Timothy Morton claims ecology should not be seen as a topic or an area of study, but as an exploration of the consequences of interconnection. Being ecologically-minded is not just considering a subset of our actions that ...
    • Against recycling nature - Carl Douglas considers buildings beyond site

      Douglas, C (Cheshire Architects for The Auckland Branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, 2011)
      ‘Ecology’ sounds like something to do with science and solar panels, animal liberationists and atmospheric chemists. But Timothy Morton, author of Ecology without Nature (2007) and The Ecological Thought (2010) claims ...
    • An Agent-based Modelling Approach for Scheduling and Management of Elective Surgeries

      Mirza, F; Koli, NV; Baig, M; Ullah, E (SM Online Journals, 2018)
      Efficient elective surgery scheduling is one of the pain points in the current healthcare management and has a serious impact on the overall healthcare delivery. Currently, the health organizations struggle to achieve their ...
    • Agility Practices for Software Development: An Investigation of Agile Organization Concepts

      Lal, R; Kusuma, K; Richter, S (Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2019)
      In the context of agile software development in New Zealand and Australia, this paper examines the organizational agility related practices with agile software development. The paper looks at ...
    • Air pollution and fog detection through vehicular sensors

      Sallis, P; Dannheim, C (IEEE Xplore, 2015)
      We describe a method for the automatic recognition of air pollution and fog from a vehicle. Our system consists of sensors to acquire main data from cameras as well as from Light Detection and Recognition (LIDAR) instruments. ...
    • Aligning Quality Assurance at the Course Unit and Educational Program Levels

      Jónsson, B; Lárusdóttir, M; Daniels, M; Clear, A; Clear, T; McDermott, R (IEEE, 2016)
      Quality assurance is a subject that has grown dramatically in importance in recent times. In previous work, we have described how the ACM Curricula can be used to support the Quality Assurance process of educational programs, ...
    • Alternatives control strategies for Building Integrated Photovoltaic/Thermal (BIPVT) system

      Abdul Wahab, H; Duke, M; Carson, JK; Anderson, TN (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, 2012)
      The use of energy in buildings is an ongoing concern, not only in NZ but worldwide. This concern has led to significant growth in the use of solar energy to provide heating and electricity generation. This paper presents ...
    • Ambient intelligence context-based cross-layer design in wireless sensor networks

      Liu, Y; Seet, B-C; Al-Anbuky, A (MDPI, 2014)
      By exchanging information directly between non-adjacent protocol layers, cross-layer (CL) interaction can significantly improve and optimize network performances such as energy efficiency and delay. This is particularly ...
    • Amelia Jones Roundtable: live art, durationality, and the meaning of encounter

      O'Connor, MTS; O'Connor, MTS; O'Connor, M (AUT University, 2010)
      The Aestheticisation of the Everyday in the in-between of being and becoming art. The meaning of encounter is at the level of the everyday in relation to a reframing of being attentive in relation to duration (of the ...
    • Amsterdam properties of Wijsman hyperspaces

      Cao, J; Junnila, HJK (American Mathematical Society, 2010)
      In this paper we show the following results: (i) there exists a separable metric space of the first category whose Wijsman hyperspace is almost countably subcompact; (ii) there exists a σ-discrete crowded metric space whose ...
    • An adaptive impedance control scheme for constrained robots

      Huang, L (IAAMSAD, 2004)
      This paper addresses the issue of position/force tracking for a constrained robot within the framework of impedance control. An adaptive controller is developed in which a varying desired impedance is adaptively tuned with ...