• California Dreamin' - inspiring innovative car design and development

      Robotham, A (School of Art and Design, AUT University, 2013)
      Why is California the home of the advanced design studios of every major automotive manufacturer? Take a road trip with Tony Robotham, Senior Lecturer at AUT University’s School of Engineering, and discover the influence ...
    • Camera based face tracking for enhancing surgical teamwork training with non-verbal communication

      Marks, S; Windsor, J; Wünsche, B (AUT University, 2008)
      In recent years, the increased use of simulation for the training of surgical skills has improved the medical curriculum and the overall patient outcome. Advances in hardware and simulation techniques have resulted in many ...
    • Canopy of the upturned eye: writing on Derrida’s Crypt

      O'Connor, MTS (Mosaic, 2010)
      The evocation of a spatial sheltering in this title hints at a covering over death. Indeed, a canopy is productive of fertile vegetation for a continued nurturing of living after death. However, this paper aims at a threshold ...
    • Canopy: proposal for Wynyard wharf. Auckland architecture week 09 invited design charette

      Young, E; Douglas, C; Richards, H; Xu, C; Fisher, CPRW (AUT University, 2009)
      As part of Auckland Architecture Week 09, a one-day invited design charette was held in a public venue in the Britomart Quarter. The charette was intended to show people what architects do, and to generate concepts for the ...
    • Capturing meaning-making in journalism

      Rupar, V; Grunwald, E (The State and University Library - Aarhus, 2010)
      Performing content analysis is not merely a question of developing and using quantitatively-defined categories in order to investigate a research problem. If you want to go further and look at the meaning of the whole text, ...
    • ‘Carbon Colonialism’: Pacific Environmental Risk, Media Credibility and a Deliberative Perspective

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, 2014)
      The effects of climate change are already occurring in all continents and across the oceans, and the situation has deteriorated since the last account in 2007, warned the United Nations scientific agency charged with ...
    • Cascade effects of load shedding in coupled networks

      Tauch, S; Liu, W; Pears, R (IEEE, 2013)
      Intricate webs of interlinked critical infrastructures such as electrical grid, telecommunication, and transportation are essential for the minimal functioning of contemporary societies and economies. Advances in Information ...
    • A Case for Creative Misunderstanding

      Mazer, S (Te Ara Poutama, AUT University, 2015)
      The differences between us necessitate the dialogue, rather than disallow it – a dialogue must take place, precisely because we don’t speak the same language. (Ahmed, 2000, p. 180, italics in the original) Human ways of ...
    • Causes of payment delays and losses in the construction industry

      Ramachandra, T; Rotimi, JOB; Hyde, K (UTS ePress, 2015)
      Payment delays and losses persist in the construction industry and continue to be a key concern to industry practitioners. Therefore an exploration of the key causes of payment delays and losses is undertaken in this study ...
    • CFD modelling of a diaphragm stirling Cryocooler

      Gschwendtner, MA; Caughley, AJ; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Caughley, AJ; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Gschwendtner, MA (Cryogenic Society of America, 2012)
      Industrial Research Ltd has developed a unique diaphragm-based pressure wave generator technology for employment in pulse tube and Stirling cryocoolers. The system uses a pair of metal diaphragms to separate the clean ...
    • The Challeges in Implementing Security in Spontaneous Ad Hoc Networks

      Nisbet, A (SRI Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, 2016)
      Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETS) promise much in the ability to rapidly deploy a wireless network in a fashion where no prior planning is needed and the network can be running efficiently and with high security within ...
    • Challenges and Recommendations for the Design and Conduct of Global Software Engineering Courses: A Systematic Review

      Beecham, S; Clear, T; Barr, J; Noll, J (LERO, The Irish Sofware Research Centre, 2015)
      This SLR we are conducting traverses the many options available to Computer Science (CS) educators teaching CS courses involving global collaboration. The challenges and solutions in conducting global software engineering ...
    • Challenges and recommendations for the design and conduct of Global Software Engineering courses: a systematic review

      Clear, T; Beecham, S; Barr, J; Daniels, M; McDermott, R; Oudshoorn, M; Savickaite, A; Noll, J (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2015)
      Context: Global Software Engineering (GSE) has become the predominant form of software development for global companies and has given rise to a demand for students trained in GSE. In response, universities are developing ...
    • Challenges in anaphora resolution in the news media genre

      Nand, P; Nand, P (2007)
      This paper discusses the characteristics of anaphora found in written News Media genre and describes an initial implementation of an algorithm to resolve the anaphors. The paper forms part of wider research aimed at using ...
    • Challenges in virtual reality exergame design

      Shaw, Lindsay Alexander; Wünsche, Burkhard Claus; Lutteroth, Christof; Marks, S; Callies, Rodolphe (Australian Computer Society, Inc. (ACS), 2015)
      Exercise video games have become increasingly popular due to their potential as tools to increase user motivation to exercise. In recent years we have seen an emergence of consumer level interface devices suitable for use ...
    • Challenging the conventions of personal correspondence: txting times for literacy snobs

      Mules, PA (Australian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP), 2013)
      Changes in the way we produce, consume and distribute personal commmunication are subtly mediating new perceptions about communication appropriateness and literacy. While not denying that ideational content is an important ...
    • Character acting: a case for better animation reference

      Kennedy, J (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), 2013)
      Animators are often expected to film their own acting reference. However, most animators are not trained actors, and as a result, their performances lack depth when dealing with emotionally-rich subject matter. The result ...
    • Characterising the Heat and Mass Transfer Coefficients for a Crossflow Interaction of Air and Water

      Enayatollahi, R; Nates, RJ; Anderson, T (Elsevier, 2017)
      An experimental study was performed in order to characterise the heat and mass transfer processes, where an air stream passes through a sheet of falling water in a crossflow configuration. To achieve this, the hydrodynamics ...
    • Characterization of low-temperature bulk micromachining of silicon using an SF6/O2 inductively coupled plasma

      Jiang, F; Keating, A; Martyniuk, M; Prasad, K; Faraone, L; Dell, JM (IOP Publishing, 2012)
      The principal aim of this work was to characterize deep silicon etching at sample temperatures well-below room temperature, using SF6/O2 inductively coupled plasma (ICP) for micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) applications. ...
    • Chemometrics and Hyperspectral Imaging Applied to Assessment of Chemical, Textural and Structural Characteristics of Meat

      Reis, M; Al-Sarayreh,, M; Yan, W-Q; Klette, R (Elsevier, 2018)
      Spectroscopy in the visible near-infrared spectral (Vis-NIRS) range combined with imaging techniques (hyperspectral imaging, HSI) allows assessment of chemical composition, texture, and meat structure. The use of HSI in ...