• A contextual information retrieval framework

      Limbu, D; Connor, AM; MacDonell, SG (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ), 2005)
      The amount of information on the Internet is constantly growing and the challenge now is one of finding relevant information. Contextual information retrieval (CIR) is a critical technology for today's search engines to ...
    • A control system for an unmanned micro aerial vehicle

      Huang, L; Murton, C (AUT University, 2011)
      This paper presents the development of a PCbased control system for an unmanned micro aerial vehicle (UAV) that has been converted from a helicopter model. The hand-controller of the helicopter model is modified to be a ...
    • A controlled Natural Language Interface to Class Models

      Naeem, M; Bajwa, IS; Naeem, MA; Chaudhri, AA; Ali, S (SciTePress, 2011)
      The available approaches for automatically generating class models from natural language (NL) software requirements specifications (SRS) exhibit less accuracy due to informal nature of NL such as English. In the automated ...
    • A cost-effective electric vehicle charging method designed for residential homes with renewable energy

      Lie, TT; Liang, X; Haque, MH (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2015)
      Most of the electrical infrastructure in use around the world today is decades old, and may be illsuited to widespread proliferation of personal Electric Vehicles (EVs) whose charging requirements will place increasing ...
    • A cost-effective EV charging method designed for residential homes with renewable energy

      Liang, X; Lie, TT; Haque, M (IEEE, 2014)
      This paper presents a smart and cost effective EV (Electric Vehicle) charging methodology for residential dwellings which have renewable energy sources. The proposed method has many benefits, including reducing peak pressure ...
    • A course design for flexible learning

      Petrova, K. (AUT University, 2001)
      Interpreting innovation as “combining information from diverse sources into new knowledge” this paper looks into the advantages which information and communications technology development can bring into the design of a ...
    • A critical evaluation of failure in a nearshore outsourcing project (what dilemma analysis can tell us)

      Clear, Tony; Raza, B; MacDonell, SG (IEEE, 2013)
      Global Software Engineering (GSE) research contains few examples consciously applying what Glass and colleagues have termed an ‘evaluative-critical’ approach. In this study we apply dilemma analysis to conduct a critical ...
    • A critical reflection of ethical issues in research

      McNeill, H. (Te Kaharoa, 2008)
      This article uses the concept of matauranga as a starting point as a device for exploring concepts of Maori mental wellness. Issues of the role of culture are explored in depth, both from theoretical and application ...
    • A cross layer framework for WLANs: joint radio propagation and MAC protocol

      Sarkar, NI (IEEE, 2010)
      This paper proposes a cross-layer design (CLD) framework called channel-aware buffer unit multiple access (C-BUMA) for improving wireless local area network (WLAN) performance. In the framework, the radio propagation (i.e. ...
    • A cyber-icebreaker for an effective virtual group?

      Clear, Tony; Daniels, M. (ACM, 2001)
      This paper reports selected results from the most recent of a series of international collaborative trials between students at Auckland University of Technology and Uppsala University. The trials require students to work ...
    • A data mining approach to analysing airborne wood particulate concentration and atmospheric data

      Shanmuganathan, S; Ibrahim, R; Bakori, SHB (International Conference on Information Technology and Multimedia at UNITEN (ICIMu 2014), 2014)
      Exposure to airborne wood (hard and soft) dust can lead to a number of diseases, such as asthma, emphysema, bronchitis and upper respiratory tract cancers, lately even proven to be linked to elevated risks for chromosomal ...
    • A debt behaviour model

      Zhang, W (arXiv.org, 2014)
      A stochastic model with hidden discrete Markov processes is constructed to understand the behavior of debtors.
    • A description of the methodology used in an overview of reviews to evaluate evidence on the treatment, harms, diagnosis/ classification, prognosis and outcomes used in the management of neck pain

      Santaguida, L; Keshavarz, H; Carlesso, L; Lomoton, M; Gross, A; MacDermid, J; Walton, D; Reid, Duncan Arthur (Bentham Open, 2013)
      Background: Neck Pain (NP) is a common musculoskeletal disorder and the literature provides conflicting evidence about its management. Objective: To describe the methodology used to conduct an overview of reviews (OvR) ...
    • A diagram (Geology)(2011)

      Cullen, P
      A Diagram was an outdoor site-based sculptural work comprising a tower, a deck structure, a vertical ladder and support structure, benches and a field of rocks. The installation of spatially dispersed objects configured a ...
    • A dialogic approach to online facilitation

      Swann, J (ASCILITE, 2010)
      Social construction of understanding has long been a significant underlying principle of learning and teaching and while there are many models for the design of online activities to promote this there are considerably fewer ...
    • A dialogic approach to online facilitation

      Swann, J (ASCILITE, 2009)
      Social construction of understanding has long been a significant underlying principle of learning and teaching and while there are many models for the design of online activities to promote this there are considerably fewer ...
    • A dual-mediation model of justice and service recovery

      Xu, Y; Marshall, R; Tronvoll, B (Cornell University, 2011)
      In this service recovery research, distributive justice is set against a composite variable composed of procedural and interactive justice with co-creation, to compare the variables’ influence on satisfaction with the ...
    • A dynamic algorithm for reachability games on trees

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Khaliq, I (Springer, 2009)
      Our goal is to start the investigation of dynamic algorithms for solving games that are played on finite graphs. The dynamic game determinacy problem calls for finding efficient algorithms that decide the winner of the ...
    • A dynamic algorithm for reachability games on trees

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Khaliq, I (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2009)
      Our goal is to start the investigation of dynamic algorithms for solving games that are played on finite graphs. The dynamic game determinacy problem calls for finding efficient algorithms that decide the winner of the ...
    • A Fair Go for All: A Problematic Contribution to Anti-racism Praxis in Aotearoa

      Came, H (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      In New Zealand, the Human Rights Commission is the lead agency in countering institutional racism. They have recently undertaken a major research project, A Fair Go For All (Human Rights Commission 2011), to inform the ...