• Provocative coincidences: the question as style's dissimulating face - writing beyond the aporias of the subject

      O'Connor, M (AUT University, 2006)
      Jacques Derrida’s text, Spurs: The Styles of Nietzsche is an interrogation of aspects of Nietzsche’s writings in reference to the question of “Woman.” And, we should not forget the complexity of engagements with quotation ...
    • Provocative mathematics questions: drawing attention to a lack of attention

      Klymchuk, S (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2014)
      The paper investigates the role of attention in the reflective thinking of school mathematics teachers. It analyses teachers’ ability to pay attention to detail and use their mathematical knowledge. The vast majority of ...
    • Provocative mathematics questions: drawing attention to a lack of attention

      Klymchuk, S (Oxford University Press, 2015)
      The article investigates the role of attention in the reflective thinking of school mathematics teachers. It analyses teachers’ ability to pay attention to detail and use their mathematical knowledge. The vast majority ...
    • Pur: desiccation of light's sweep

      Jackson, ML (University College London, 2011)
      In discussing Pierre Klossowski’s writings on Sade, Jane Gallop engages with what she cites as a “whirling quid pro quo” of turnings, which she nominates under the term “tergiversations” from the Latin vertere, “to turn” ...
    • Puzzle-based Learning in Engineering Mathematics: Students’ Attitudes

      Klymchuk, S (Taylor and Francis, 2017)
      The article reports on the results of two case studies on the impact of the regular use of puzzles as a pedagogical strategy in the teaching and learning of engineering mathematics. The intention of using puzzles is to ...
    • Puzzle-based Learning in University Mathematics: Students’ Perspectives

      Evans, T; Klymchuk, S; Thomas, M (International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME), 2018)
      In this talk, we present an overview of a project aimed at integrating puzzles, paradoxes, sophisms and provocations (later for convenience called just ‘puzzles’) into university mathematics courses during traditional ...
    • QR Codes Advantages and Dangers

      Petrova, K; Romaniello, A; Medlin, BD; Vannoy, SA (SCITEPRESS – Science and Technology Publications, Lda., 2016)
      Quick Response (QR) codes are two dimensional (matrix) codes that have been developed in ways that allow companies and individuals to sell or market their products, skills, and events quickly and easily. The code can be ...
    • Qualities of Design Briefs for Studio Learning

      Sosa Medina, R (Design Research Society (DRS), 2019)
      The design brief is considered a pivotal component in studio-based learning, yet there is a paucity of studies on the student brief genre in design education research. This work seeks to contribute by examining brief ...
    • Quantifying product variation in milk powder production using a Monte Carlo analysis

      Boiarkina, I; Depree, N; Yu, W; Young, BR; Wilson, DI (Chemeca, 2013)
      Milk powder is typically fortified during processing by the addition of several ingredients. At the powder plant studied, one particular ingredient showed significant concentration variation in the final product, of which ...
    • Quantifying TCP performance for IPv6 in Linux-based server operating systems

      Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (CyberJournal, 2013)
      Implementing IPv6 in modern client/server operating systems (OS) will have drawbacks of lower throughput as a result of its larger address space. In this paper we quantify TCP performance for IPv6 on two open source systems ...
    • Quantifying the performance degradation of IPv6 for TCP in Windows and Linux Networking

      Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (IEEE, 2013)
      Implementing IPv6 in modern client/server operating systems (OS) will have drawbacks of lower throughput as a result of its larger address space. In this paper we quantify the performance degradation of IPv6 for TCP when ...
    • Quantitative Comparison of EEG Compressed Sensing using Gabor and K-SVD Dictionaries

      Phuong, D; Li, XJ; Griffin, A (IEEE Circuits and Systems, Singapore Chapter, 2018)
      With the fast development of wearable healthcare systems, compressed sensing (CS) has been proposed to be applied in electroencephalogram (EEG) acquisition. For CS, it is desired to build the best-fit dictionary in order ...
    • Quantitative Computational Experiment (QCE): An Alternative Post-Positivist Experimental Research Strategy of Inquiry for Design Studies

      GhaffarianHoseini, A; Ibrahim, R; Tookey, J (Institute of Research and Journals (IRAJ), 2015)
      One of the most important aspects for development of valid results in academic research is selection of the appropriate research methodology. Contemporary research in design studies confronts the rapid expansion of emerging ...
    • Quasicontinuous selections of upper continuous set-valued mappings

      Cao, J; Moors, WB (Michigan State University Press, 2006)
      In this paper, we extend a theorem of Matejdes on quasicontinuous selections of upper Baire continuous set-valued mappings from compact (or separable) metric range spaces to regular T1 range spaces. In addition, we also ...
    • Radical gestures: time’s matter for architecture

      Jackson, ML (Studies in Material Thinking Journal, 2011)
      Confronting the conservative in architecture is a timely and necessary agenda, a confrontation that aims to explore and expose the complex of forces that constitute the discipline, profession and teaching agencies of ...
    • Radio Frequency Identification Technology in Libraries

      Sabit, H; Alwadi, A; Kilby, J; Gawanmeh, A (Journal Anu Books, Merrut, 2016)
      This paper is a baseline document to review the latest technologies, algorithms and available hardware that can be used to build and automate a library system using Radio Frequency Identification technology as the ...
    • Radio New Zealand and the Internet: Ten Years of Transformation

      Mollgaard, M (Monash University Prato Italy, 2018)
      In 2007 I surveyed Radio New Zealand audience data to interrogate how its relatively new website was being used by listeners. That research found that ‘the majority of New Zealand users accessed the Radio New Zealand site ...
    • Rapid Particle Size Measurements Used as a Proxy to Control Instant Whole Milk Powder Dispersibility

      Boiarkina, I; Depree, N; Yu, W; Wilson, D; Young, B (Springer, 2016)
      Characterising the dispersion of instant whole milk powder (IWMP) into water is a complex dissolution measurement that is both manual and laborious so is normally carried out post production at industrial dryers. However, ...
    • Rapid prototype as design, an effective product development methodology

      Diegel, O; Singamneni, S; Neitzert, T; Singh, D; Chowdhury, R; Narahara, H (AUT University, 2008)
      Design teams are usually expected to produce physical prototypes that demonstrate the working principles of the products they are designing within tight time-frames. The use of true concurrent engineering and the ‘rapid ...
    • Rare association rule mining via transaction clustering

      Koh, YS; Pears, R (Australian Computer Society (ACS), 2008)
      Rare association rule mining has received a great deal of attention in the recent past. In this research, we use transaction clustering as a pre-processing mechanism to generate rare association rules. The basic concept ...