• Model-based design of coordinated traffic controllers

      Sinha, R; Roop, P; Ranjitkar, P; Zeng, J; Zhu, X (ITS Japan, 2013)
      Modern transportation systems optimize traffic flows in road networks by allowing intersection-level traffic controllers to communicate and synchronize. Typically they are distributed systems, with multiple nodes (intersections) ...
    • Modelling and optimisation of the Otahuhu B combined cycle gas turbine power station

      Lim, H; Currie, J; Wilson, DI; Rickerby, J (2013)
      The generation of electrical power in New Zealand is currently complicated by the governments desire to sell 49% of the state-owned existing power stations, the fact that Rio Tinto are threatening to sell Tiwai Point ...
    • Modelling climate change effects on wine quality based on expert opinions expressed in free-text format: the WEBSOM approach

      Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P (AUT University, 2009)
      The motivation for modelling the effects of climate change on viticulture and wine quality using both qualitative and quantitative data within an integrated analytical framework is described. The major constraints and ...
    • Modelling low-frequency vibrations of lightweight timber floors

      Chung, H (The New Zealand Acoustical Society, 2006)
    • Modelling of a falling film evaporator for dairy processes

      Munir, MT; Zhang, Y; Wilson, DI; Yu, W; Young, BR (Institution of Chemical Engineers and Engineers Australia, 2014)
      The modelling of dairy processing using commercial process simulator lags behind chemical and petrochemical process simulation. This is due to fact that most commercial process simulators do not contain food (e.g. milk) ...
    • Modelling of GTAW Weld Pool under Marangoni Convection

      Nates, RJ; Wang, G; Pasang, T (SCENZ-IChemE, 2013)
      With several different fusion welding processes, the melted weld pool profile which ultimately solidifies to form the fusion zone, diverging greatly by a wide variety of factors, e.g. base material, workpiece size, machine ...
    • Modelling of Large-scale Electric Vehicles Charging Demand: A New Zealand Case Study

      Su, J; Lie, T; Zamora, R (Elsevier, 2018)
      Due to increasing electric vehicles (EVs) uptakes, power system distribution network will have to accommodate the increased load level for charging EVs. Thus, the importance of a robust power system especially in the ...
    • Modelling of light weight floor/ceiling structures

      Chung, H (The Australian Acoustical Society. The New Zealand Acoustical Society., 2006)
      This talk presents a mathematical model of light weight timber floor/ceiling structures. The structures studied here consist of three basic components, upper plate, joist beams and ceiling. The shape of the whole structure ...
    • Modelling the climate change effects on Malaysia’s oil palm yield

      Shanmuganathan, S; Narayanan, A (IEEE, Malaysia Chapter, 2012)
      An attempt to model the climate change/variability and its lagged effects on oil palm yield using a small sample set of yield data in the Malaysian context is elaborated. Literature reviewed for this work reveals the nature ...
    • Modelling the effects of daily extreme weather on grapevine and wine quality

      Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P; Narayanan, A (International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), 2010)
      Modelling the effects of climate change on vegetation and agriculture is arguably one of the most challenging issues the scientific community has to deal with in recent times. Grapevine being among the world’s old and most ...
    • Modelling the performance of a Diffusion Absorption Refrigeration System

      Yousuf, N; Biteau, E; Anderson, T; Gschwendtner, M; Nates, R (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2014)
      The diffusion absorption refrigeration cycle was first identified nearly a century ago but until relatively recently its application had been limited to niche cooling applications such as camping refrigerators. The diffusion ...
    • Modelling the seasonal climate variability and its effects on vintage wines from Marlborough, NZ

      Shanmuganathan, S; Perez Kuroki, A; Narayanan, A; Sallis, P (IEEE, 2011)
      The paper presents some interim results from an ongoing research on the application of data/text mining methodologies being investigated to modelling the seasonal climate variability and its effects on the world famous ...
    • Modular sensor nodes for environmental data monitoring

      Ghobakhlou, A; Perera, A; Sallis, P; Zandi, S (Massey University, 2010)
      A framework for modular wireless sensor networks (WSN) designed to capture and monitor micro-climates in a crop field. WSN is rapidly improving in automotive industry, agricultural, industrial and environmental monitoring ...
    • Molecular basis of chemosensitivity of platinum pre-treated ovarian cancer to chemotherapy

      Glaysher, S; Gabriel, FG; Johnson, P; Polak, M; Knight, LA; Parker, K; Poole, M; Narayanan, A; Cree, IA; NHS Collaborative Research Programme for Predictive Oncology (Nature Publishing Group, 2010)
      Ovarian cancer shows considerable heterogeneity in its sensitivity to chemotherapy both clinically and in vitro. This study tested the hypothesis that the molecular basis of this difference lies within the known resistance ...
    • Monotonicity criteria

      Kachapova, F; Kachapov, I (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET), 2013)
      Monotonicity is an important type of dependence of random variables. The paper reviews the definitions of comonotonicity and counter-monotonicity, their existing criteria and introduces a new criterion for each of the two ...
    • Moodle as a virtual learning environment

      Petrova, K. (AUT University, 2005)
    • Moodle Me: an ePortfolio community of learning for the graphic design student

      Sinfield, D (Europortfolio, 2014)
      Graphic Design is a discipline that is undergoing major changes in its associated technologies; while underlying design principles may remain fundamentally intact, new digital technologies and publishing mediums provide ...
    • A Morphology-based Model for Forecasting Cooling Energy Demand of Condominium Buildings in Sri Lanka

      Geekiyanage, D; Ramachandra, T; Rotimi, JOB (The Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 2017)
      Building morphology has significant influence on operational energy demand of buildings. Energy consumption for space cooling accounts for more than 75% of electricity use in typical condominium buildings. With increase ...
    • Motivation, Optimal Experience and Flow in First Year Computing Science

      McDermott, R; Zarb, M; Daniels, M; Cajander, Å; Clear, T (ACM, 2016)
      We examine the concept of motivation from the perspective of Self Determination Theory and give a brief overview of relevant results. We also consider the optimal state known as "Flow" and give an account of its conceptualisation ...
    • Multi-agent evolutionary systems for the generation of complex virtual worlds

      Kruse, J; Connor, AM (European Alliance for Innovation (EAI), 2015)
      Modern films, games and virtual reality applications are dependent on convincing computer graphics. Highly complex models are a requirement for the successful delivery of many scenes and environments. While workflows such ...