• On the performance of KiwiSaver funds

      Frijns, BPM (AUT University, 2013)
      This study investigates three issues: (1) the replicability of KiwiSaver Balanced (and other intermediate) funds based on a combination of Conservative and Growth funds offered by the same provider; (2) the risk-adjusted ...
    • On the Promise and Reality of New Zealand-China Trade

      Neill, C (The Policy Observatory, Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Over the past half century New Zealand’s trade policy has focused on evolving away from a traditional reliance on Britain and Europe as the main markets for its primary export activities. The goal has been to secure more ...
    • On the role of cultural distance in the decision to cross-list

      Dodd, O; Frijns, BPM; Gilbert, A (John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
      This paper examines the role of culture in the choice of the destination market for cross-listing firms. We argue that firms cross-list in markets with greater cultural similarities, because 1) investors are more willing ...
    • On the style switching behavior of mutual fund managers

      Frijns, BPM; Gilbert, A; Zwinkels, R (Financial Management Association International, 2013)
      This paper develops an empirically testable model that is closely related to theoretical model for style switching behavior of Barberis and Shleifer (2003). We implement this model to examine the style switching behavior ...
    • On the Subject of Dasein's Psyche

      Jackson, M (Centre for Lacanian Analysis, 2008)
      No abstract
    • On two desiderata for creativity support tools

      Yeap, WK; Opas, T; Mahyar, N (Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Coimbra, 2010)
      This paper discusses two important desiderata for developing creativity support tools, namely ideation and empowerment. We then use them to guide us in designing a new individual creativity support tool codenamed Creative-Pad. ...
    • On-line evolving fuzzy clustering

      Ravi, V.; Srinivas, E.; Kasabov, N (IEEE, 2007)
      In this paper, a novel on-line evolving fuzzy clustering method that extends the evolving clustering method (ECM) of Kasabov and Song (2002) is presented, called EFCM. Since it is an on-line algorithm, the fuzzy membership ...
    • One Brotherhood in Aotearoa New Zealand: Protest, resistance and Pacific reggae

      Turner, E (Michigan Publishing, the University of Michigan, 2018)
      The band Herbs has recently been formally recognized in Aotearoa New Zealand for its cultural expression and influence, and for the musicians’ political stance in an important period of activism. The band’s highly original ...
    • One Pass Concept Change Detection for Data Streams

      Sakthithasan, S; Pears, RL; Koh, YS (Springer Verlag, 2013)
      In this research we present a novel approach to the concept change detection problem. Change detection is a fundamental issue with data stream mining as models generated need to be updated when significant changes in the ...
    • One size doesn’t fit all: teaching graphic design through a Moodle based ePortfolio

      Sinfield, D (Moodlemoot (Australia), 2013)
      What is becoming more and more alarming is the reduced amount of contact time we have with the students. We are seeing increased classroom numbers, and having to deliver the same content. With ever increasing budgetary ...
    • One year follow-up of a pragmatic multi-centre randomised controlled trial of a group-based fatigue management programme (FACETS) for people with MS

      Thomas, P; Thomas, S; Kersten, P; Jones, R; Slingsby, V; Nock, A; Davies Smith, A; Baker, R; Galvin, K; Hillier, C (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background Fatigue is one of the most common and debilitating symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). The aim was to evaluate the effectiveness at 1-year follow-up of a manualised group-based programme (‘FACETS’) for managing ...
    • One year sustainability of risk factor change from a 9-week workplace intervention

      Rush, EC; Cumin, MB; Migriauli, L; Ferguson, LR; Plank, LD (Hindawi, 2009)
      We examined the effect of a 9-week diet and physical activity intervention provided in the workplace by a group education session where personal dietary and physical activity goals were proposed. Measurements of anthropometry, ...
    • The Ongoing Training of a Psychodramatist: There and Back Again

      Carter, P (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., supported by the School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This paper is structured as a narrative so that the reader may not just have an understanding of the content but also an experience of it. The value of naivety, alertness, and readiness is highlighted. I describe core ...
    • Online Communications of Accessibility in Hotel Restaurants

      Shetty, E; McIntosh, A (School of Hospitality & Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Previous attention to examining how well hotels cater to the access needs of customers with disabilities has predominantly focused on problematic hotel infrastructure, bathroom facilities, service failures and a lack of ...
    • Online consumer trust: a multi-dimensional model

      Tan, F. B.; Sutherland, P. (IGI Global, 2004)
      Consumer trust is widely heralded as an essential element for the success of electronic commerce, yet the concept itself is still clouded in confusion by the numerous definitions and points of view held across multiple ...
    • Online education - but is it education?

      Clear, Tony (ACM, 1999)
      No abstract.
    • Online Inertia Estimation for Power Systems With High Penetration of RES Using Recursive Parameters Estimation

      Makolo, P; Zamora, R; Lie, T
      Low and time‐changing inertia values due to the high percentage of renewable energy sources (RESs) can cause stability problems in power systems due to rapid frequency instabilities. Inertia monitoring will assist operators ...
    • Online News Style-poking a Hornet's Nest: A Preliminary Investigation Into Online Styles in Australian and New Zealand Newspapers

      Lee, A; Treadwell, G (Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Writing news for newspapers and websites typically demands conformity to a style that promotes clarity and ease of reading, and includes a publication’s house style, that inflexible set of rules that ensures things—from ...
    • Online Opinion Leadership in Negative eWOM Dissemination

      Zhang, RM; Yap, SF; Xu, YZ (Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC), 2016)
      With the rise of online media channels, negative electronic word-of-mouth (e-WOM) can damage a well-established brand within a short time frame. Departing from the past research that focuses on positive WOM and offline ...
    • An Online Security Prediction and Control Framework for Modern Power Grids

      Oladeji, I; Zamora, R; Lie, TT
      The proliferation of renewable energy sources distributed generation (RES-DG) into the grid results in time-varying inertia constant. To ensure the security of the grid under varying inertia, techniques for fast security ...