• MO2NEI: #SWWDT! *see what we did there*

      Palalagi, Cerisse Fiahau (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      MO2NEI : #SWWDT! *see what we did there* seeks to explore notion of coded languages used in text messaging and online social networking, in relation to the way in which the English language has been modified and adapted ...
    • Mobile Cloud Computing: implications to smartphone forensic procedures and methodologies

      Zhu, Meng (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      There is a growing understanding of how to conduct digital forensic analysis on mobile devices. However, there is little understanding of how to apply digital forensic methodologies in Cloud computing, and even less ...
    • Mobile commerce adoption across the supply chain in businesses in New Zealand

      Al Haj Ali, Eman Ibrahim (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      This research investigates the adoption of mobile commerce (MC) technologies across the supply chain in three businesses in New Zealand that already have adopted and implemented MC. The research used the technological ...
    • Mobile data services adoption in New Zealand: future predictions

      Cosgrove, Steve (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      The fast pace of development in the Mobile Data Services area means innovators have to remain vigilant to stay in the market. There is not time to undertake the usual market development cycles. As a consequence, researchers ...
    • Mobile devices: iPhone risks and Forensic Tool capability

      Knight, Benjamin Andrew (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The research evaluates the capability of software based tools that extract data stored on an Apple iPhone. A literature review is performed covering material on: mobile devices, iPhone, hard disks, networking connectivity, ...
    • Mobile location-based services in New Zealand

      Wang, Bin (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      In the past decade, the popularity of location-based services has grown as a topic for research and as an application. The study of location-based services addresses technology, usability, integration, business issues and ...
    • Mobile phone based remote monitoring system

      Liu, Danyi (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      This thesis investigates embedded databases and graphical interfaces for the MicroBaseJ project. The project aim is the development of an integrated database and GUI user interface for a typical 3G, or 2.5G, mobile phone ...
    • Mobile phone: identifying configuration signatures of local devices absent from XRY

      Vasa, Toma S. (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Technology is rapidly expanding in to every part of daily life as evidenced by the increase in the number of new mobile phone devices appearing on the market while older models remain in use and are reused. The rapid ...
    • Mobile phones in rural Papua New Guinea: a transformation in health communication and delivery services in Western Highlands Province

      Yamo, Henry (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Broadband telecommunication services are growing rapidly and spreading at a remarkable pace. Globally, mobile phones are one of the most universally available technologies today that have most affected people’s lives, both ...
    • Mobile Services and Applications: An Empirical Investigation From the Service Supply Perspective

      Petrova, Krassie (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Mobile data service (MDS) supplier decisions about developing and providing a new service (including investment planning and resource allocation prioritization) are informed by the assessment of its potential to generate ...
    • Mode of entry observations for environmental based INVs (International New Ventures)

      Hogg, David (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This thesis examines the risk and internationalisation practices of International New Ventures (INVs) in the environmental sector. The purpose of the research is to make observations regarding the manner in which environmental ...
    • Model Checking in General Game Playing: Automated Translation from GDL-II to MCK

      Sadanand, Darrel (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      General Game Playing (GGP) is the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that investigates generalized techniques for finding winning strategies in games. GGP agents are expected to be able to play a game with no prior ...
    • Modeling a Real Time Operating System Using SpecC

      Nukala, Akilesh (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      In today's digital (electronics) world, people's desire for electronic goods that ease their life at work, and leisure is increasing the complexity of the products of the embedded systems industry. For example, MP3 players ...
    • Modeling of an electroactive polymer hydrogel for optical applications

      Paxton, Robert Alan (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      In this work a finite element model is proposed to describe the swelling of poly(acrylic acid) hydrogels under the influence of an external electric field. The specific application of this model is for optical applications, ...
    • Modeling volatility in the Hong Kong stock market

      Xu, Baining (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      This study examines the changing nature of volatility in the Hong Kong stock market using daily returns from 1993 to 2004. In particular, I investigate volatility co-movements between the Hong Kong stock market and the ...
    • Modelling and Control of Surfing Kites for Power Generation

      Yan, Han (Ashley) (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Wind power is the second largest renewable resource from which we can obtain electricity, besides hydropower. Wind farms have had significant growth in past decades; however, they require a massive investment to setup ...
    • Modelling and optimization of Air Flow Sensor within CPAP System

      Huang, Junhai (Johnny) (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      The Continues Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy is the most popular noninvasive therapy used to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnoea symptoms (OSA). Recent sleep clinic research requires more CPAP functions during patient ...
    • Modelling and performance studies of integrated network scenarios in a hospital environment

      Kuang, Xiaomin (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      The hospital network is evolving towards a more integrated approach by interconnecting wireless technologies into backbone networks. Although various integrated network scenarios have been published in the networking ...
    • Modelling co-creation and its consequences: one step closer to customer-centric marketing

      Devasirvatham, Edwin Rajah (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This is a study of co-creation and its marketing outcomes. The theoretical and conceptual literature on co-creation suggests causal paths between co-creation and its consequences. This study develops a research model to ...
    • Modelling dairy biofilms for targeted control of thermophilic bacteria

      Li, Isabel Huizi (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Biofilms are the main source of bacterial contamination in dairy manufacturing plants. Strategies to mitigate biofilm development in dairy manufacture aim to improve the microbiological quality of the products manufactured ...