• Salient Elements in Novice Solutions to Code Writing Problems

      Whalley, JL; Clear, Tony; Robbins, P; Thompson, E (Australian Computer Society, 2011)
      This paper presents an approach to the evaluation of novice programmers' solutions to code writing problems. The first step was the development a framework comprised of the salient elements, or programming constructs, used ...
    • Sampling the error: research into underrepresented groups in computing

      Clear, Tony (ICER 2011, 2011)
      There has been considerable handwringing over time about the unbalanced proportions of women and ‘minority’ students in computing courses. Unfortunately CS Education researchers do not find themselves in a strong position ...
    • Saudi Academic Perceptions of e-Learning Systems [Microsoft Excel workbook]

      Thorpe, SJ; Alsuwayed, HM (2019)
      The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has seen growing interest in the uptake of cloud-based educational technologies in the university sector in recent years. The majority of delivery models are currently structured on a client-server ...
    • Scaffolding, the Zone of Proximal Development, and Novice Programmers

      Awbi, NK; Whalley, JL; Philpott, A (CITRENZ, 2015)
      The work, which is part of a doctoral research project, reported here aims to explore the learning strategies that novice computer programmers adopt when writing code, the ways in which they integrate knowledge, and the ...
    • Scale – Time – Complexity: engaging, entangling, and communicating ecology

      Jamieson, N; Denton, A; Reay, S (International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), 2012)
      This project proposes a forum for discussion that questions how we engage with our ecology. The panel will be framed within an acknowledgment of scale, time, and complexity as an entry point into a conversation about our ...
    • Scattering of daily solutions of the GEONET GPS site ellipsoidal height and baseline length changes

      Takiguchi, H; Fukuda, Y (Geodetic Society of Japan, 2001)
      We investigated scattering of the GPS site coor dinates and baseline length changes using daily GEONET solutions. We first calculated baseline length changes from the daily coordinates, and then calculated their standard ...
    • Scholarship & connoisseurship symbiosis in postgraduate design education

      Yap, BL (DesignEd Asia Conference Secretariat, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2013)
      The past two decades have witnessed design activities morphing from designing “posters and toasters”, towards strategic planning, system integration, innovation, and social transformation. Probably, no other discipline in ...
    • Science as a service: understanding successful knowledge transfer in a New Zealand research institute

      Moore, D; Bayne, K (IOS Press, 2012)
      This paper reports on an exercise conducted within a state-owned body (Crown Research Institute) in New Zealand aimed at building greater understanding of the key factors in successful research programmes. Success was ...
    • A Secure and Authenticated Key Management Protocol (SA-KMP) for Vehicular Networks

      Tan, H; Ma, M; Labiod, H; Boudguiga, A; Zhang, J; Chong, PHJ (IEEE, 2016)
      Public key infrastructure (PKI) is the most widely used security mechanism for securing communications over the network. However, there are known performance issues, making it unsuitable for use in vehicular networks. In ...
    • Securing best prices for construction materials: an exploratory study of the New Zealand construction industry

      Samarasinghe, DAS; Tookey, JE; Rotimi, J.O.B.; Thiruchelvam, S (World Business Institute (WBI), 2012)
      Maintaining an efficient and effective material purchasing system as well as purchasing materials at the right price, quality and time are essential for contractors to remain competitive in today’s environment. Construction ...
    • Security, preservation, enhancement

      Jackson, ML (Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy (ASCP), 2012)
      In an interview, “The Return of Morality,” Michel Foucault candidly suggests the extraordinary influence of Nietzsche and Heidegger on his thinking. Moreover, it is precisely reading them together that was the genuine ...
    • Seismic stories

      Robertson, N (The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2006)
      Today, I will speak of the dead and so I acknowledge nga mate, those who have gone before. This is dedicated to my schoolmates and the other Kawerau kids mentioned today who have passed away. Uncle Tasman - The Trembling ...
    • Self-organising map methods in integrated modelling of environmental and economic systems

      Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P; Buckeridge, J (AUT University; The Australian National University, 2003)
      The need for better techniques, tools and practices to analyse ecological and economic systems in an integrated framework has never been so great. Self-organising map 1 (SOM) methods are utilised for this purpose with two ...
    • Self-organising roles in agile globally distributed teams

      Licorish, SA; MacDonell, SG (RMIT University, 2013)
      The ability to self-organise is posited to be a fundamental requirement for successful agile teams. In particular, self-organising teams are said to be crucial in agile globally distributed software development (AGSD) ...
    • Sensing instrumentation for micro-environment data management

      Sallis, P (AUT University, 2011)
      This presentation describes an international research collaboration relating to micro-environment data monitoring and modelling for applications in agriculture. The particular area of agriculture in focus at this time is ...
    • Sentiment Lexicon Construction Using SentiWordNet 3.0

      Whalley, JL; Medagoda, N (IEEE, 2015)
      Opinion mining and sentiment analysis have become popular in linguistic resource rich languages. Opinions for such analysis are drawn from many forms of freely available online/electronic sources, such as websites, blogs, ...
    • Sex and power in Māori carving

      Robertson, N; Ellis, N (World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WiPC:E), 2014)
      Traditionally Maori carving has been regarded as depicting benign ancestors. However, when looked at more closely we can see these carvings as articulators of sex and power in Maori culture - from the choice of ancestor ...
    • Shadow publics’ in the news coverage of socio-political issues

      Rupar, V; Munshi,Kurian, Fraser (Sage, 2014)
    • 'Shadow publics’ in the news coverage of socio-political issues

      Rupar, V; Munshi,Kurian, Fraser (Sage, 2014)
      Coverage of contentious socio-political issues in the news media often involves the creation of shadow publics that facilitate journalistic framing strategies. These publics are not easily identifiable but exert significant ...
    • Shadowy Figures and Strange Interiors: The Optician’s Waiting Room

      Hedges, S (UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy, 2016)
      The waiting room can be imagined as a frequently visited place, a place to loiter, sit or perhaps stand, walk and converse. A transitional point before entering or moving to another in which no actual movements of the ...