• 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 ...
    • The Rationale Behind a Continous Nasal Positive Airway Pressure Machine That Approximates the Nasal Cycle During Sleep

      Bartley, J; White, DE (MedCrave, 2017)
      Normal nasal airflow alternates in dominance between the two nostrils with an ultradian rhythm called the “nasal cycle.” The nasal cycle is thought to enable the patent airway to perform the majority of the air-conditioning ...
    • Re-engineering design through multiple disciplinary lenses

      Connor, AM; Karmokar, S (Institution of Engineering Designers, The Design Society, 2016)
      Models of design tend to contain activities that relate to multiple disciplinary and professional fields. The rapid advancement of technology and the increasing social, economic, and environmental challenges demand more ...
    • Re/materialising design education futures

      Young, A; Bill, A; de Freitas, N (School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Real Text-CS - Corpus based domain independent content selection model

      Perera, R; Nand, P (IEEE, 2014)
      Content selection is a highly domain dependent task responsible for retrieving relevant information from a knowledge source using a given communicative goal. This paper presents a domain independent content selection model ...
    • Real-time acoustic beamforming on a PC

      Moir, TJ (World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society., 2006)
      A two-microphone adaptive beamformer is implemented in real-time on a personal computer. The language used is National Instruments LabView. This data-flow language is ideally suited for the rapid prototyping of this kind ...
    • Real-time Anomaly Detection and Localization in Crowded Scenes

      Sabokrou, M; Fathy, M; Hoseini, M; Klette, R (IEEE, 2015)
      In this paper, we propose a method for real-time anomaly detection and localization in crowded scenes. Each video is defined as a set of non-overlapping cubic patches, and is described using two local and global ...
    • RealText-cs - Corpus based domain independent Content Selection model

      Perera, R; Nand, P (IEEE, 2014)
      Content selection is a highly domain dependent task responsible for retrieving relevant information from a knowledge source using a given communicative goal. This paper presents a domain independent content selection model ...
    • Recent Advances in Natural Language Generation: A Survey and Classification of the Empirical Literature

      Perera, R; Nand, P (Slovak Academy of Sciences, 2017)
      Natural Language Generation (NLG) is defined as the systematic approach for producing human understandable natural language text based on non-textual data or from meaning representations. This is a significant area which ...
    • Reclaiming Slowness in Journalism: Critique, Complexity and Difference

      Craig, G (Taylor and Francis, 2016)
      This article outlines an argument for the value of slowness in journalism. It makes an initial argument that our experiences of modernity are not singular experiences of speed and geographical dislocation but increasingly ...
    • Reconfiguration and Load Shedding for Resilient and Reliable Multiple Microgrids

      Atendido, KMC; Zamora, R (IEEE, 2017)
      The microgrid concept sets the stage for an energy future consisting of networks of microgrids connected with one another. After a fault occurs, multiple interconnected microgrids engage the possibility of power transfer ...
    • Redeveloping a signature pedagogy for engineering: responding to new spaces and new technologies

      Maclaren, P; Wilson, DI (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA), 2013)
      Within disciplines, characteristic pedagogical approaches have developed that reflect the particular nature of those disciplines. Engineering, with its strong mathematical foundation, is dependent on developing problem ...
    • ReDress: Reducing Textile Waste Through Component Reuse

      Fraser, K (The University of South Australia (UniSA), 2015)
      Textile products are everywhere, from covering our bodies to populating our homes and workplaces. Is it unsurprising then that millions of tons of textiles are ending up in waste? This paper critically reflects on a 2009 ...
    • Redressing Perspectives: Mediation, Embodiment and Materiality in Digital Fashion and Textiles

      Joseph, F (Amsterdam University Press, 2017)
      Digital technologies have not only introduced different ways of designing and producing textiles and garments and changed their systems of distribution, they have led to new fields of practice and inquiry including digital ...
    • Reducing ICT Carbon Footprints Through Adoption of Green Computing

      Airehrour, D; Cherrington, M; Madanian, S; Singh, J (Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. Department of Economic Informatics and Cybernetics, 2019)
      A significant economic, environmental and sustainability topic in information and communication technology (ICT) and e-business sectors is green computing. An aspect of green informatics, green computing is gaining attention ...