• Weak continuity properties of topologized groups

      Cao, J (AUT University, 2008)
      A topologized group is simply a group (G, ·) equipped with a topology t. The question as to when a topologized group (G, ·, t) is a topological group has been studied by many authors in the literature. In the recent work ...
    • Web structure mining of dynamic pages

      Naeem, MA (Faculty of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Balochistan University of Information Technology and Management Sciences, Quetta, 2006)
      Web structure mining in static web contents decreases the accuracy of mined outcomes and affects the quality of decision making activity. By structure mining in web hidden data, the accuracy ratio of mined outcomes can be ...
    • Web-based vital signs monitoring and early warning/ detection system for hospitalised older adult patients

      Baig, MM; GholamHosseini, H; Connolly, MJ; Sabouri, P (Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ), 2013)
      Advanced engineering and information technology combined with medical and clinical knowledge enable evolutionary solutions for remote, wireless and continuous monitoring of vital signs. Such approach facilitates implementation ...
    • WebLan-designer (V3) Over the Past Six Years: Motivation, Benefits, Evaluation and Reflection

      Sarkar, NI; Petrova, K (Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE), 2020)
      The educational tool considered in this paper (WebLan-Designer) has four network modules, including wired local area networks (LANs), wireless LANs, transmission control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP), and data ...
    • What Has Social Neuroscience Learned From Hyperscanning Studies of Spoken Communication? A Systematic Review

      Kelsen, BA; Sumich, A; Kasabov, N; Liang, SHY; Wang, GY (Elsevier BV, 2020)
      A growing body of literature examining the neurocognitive processes of interpersonal linguistic interaction indicates the emergence of neural alignment as participants engage in oral communication. However, questions have ...
    • What is the new paradigm in product quality?

      Robotham, A; Guldbrandsen, M (Department of Control and Engineering Design, Technical University of Denmark, 2000)
      The current product quality paradigm is founded upon a customer-focused product development process, in which the functionality and behaviour of a product are designed to fulfil the needs of customers, and technological ...
    • What's Driving Uber? Values in Computing and the 'Sharing Economy'

      Clear, T (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2017)
      An abstract is not available.
    • What's in a Programme?

      Cusack, B; Petrova, K (Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ), 2011)
      Teaching and research in information technology (IT) is always a reflection of the ever changing landscape of change and continuous innovation. IT programmes also show how content evolves over time, and the emphasis shifts. ...
    • When is a Volettera space Baire?

      Cao, J; Junnila, HJK (University of Patras, 2006)
      In this talk, we study the problem when a Volterra space is Baire. It is shown that every stratifiable Volterra space is Baire. This answers affirmatively a question of Gruenhage and Lutzer in 2000. Further, it is established ...
    • Why Nasal Airways Experience Drying During Nasal-applied Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy

      White, DE; Bartley, J; Nates, R (Wiley, 2017)
      Introduction Since its introduction over thirty years ago, users of nasal‐applied continuous positive air pressure (n‐CPAP) therapy have commonly reported symptoms associated with airway drying. Here the normally robust ...
    • Why the Kemeny Time is a constant

      Hunter, J (De Gruyter Open, 2016)
      We present a new fundamental intuition for why the Kemeny feature of a Markov chain is a constant. This new perspective has interesting further implications.
    • Why the Kemeny Time is Constant

      Hunter, J; Gustafson, K (Cornell University Library, 2015)
      We present a new fundamental intuition for why the Kemeny feature of a Markov chain is a constant. This new perspective has interesting further implications.
    • Wijsman convergence: topological properties and embeddings

      Cao, J (AUT University, 2010)
      In 1966, R. A. Wijsman studied some optimum properties of the sequential probability ratio test, he considered a mode of convergence for sequences of closed convex sets in R^n. Since then, this type of convergence has ...
    • Wijsman hyperspaces: subspaces and embeddings

      Cao, J; Junnila, H; Moors, W (Cornell University, 2011)
      In this paper, topological properties of Wijsman hyperspaces are investigated. We study the existence of isolated points in Wijsman hyperspaces. We show that every Tychonoff space can be embedded as a closed subspace in ...
    • Wijsman hyperspaces: subspaces and embeedings

      Cao, J; Junnila, HJK; Moors, WB (Elsevier, 2011)
      In this paper, topological properties of Wijsman hyperspaces are investigated. We study the existence of isolated points in Wijsman hyperspaces. We show that every Tychonoff space can be embedded as a closed subspace in ...
    • Wind flow around a parabolic dish solar concentrator

      Uzair, M; Anderson, T; Nates, R (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2014)
      Wind flow around parabolic dish solar concentrators can significantly affect the loss of heat from the receiver, and thus the performance of these systems. Numerous studies have examined the heat loss from various receiver ...
    • Wind Power Potential Assessment for Three Locations in New Zealand

      Nasab, NM; Kilby, J; Bakhtiaryfard, L (The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (AIDIC), 2020)
      This paper proposes and evaluates an optimized system of offshore wind turbines operating as a renewable energy generating unit in New Zealand. A comprehensive simulation model has been set up, using several available ...
    • Wind Speed Forecasting Using ANN, ARMA and AIC Hybrid to Ensure Power Grid Reliability

      Lie, T; Sharma, D; Nair, NKC; Vallès, B (IEEE, 2015)
      Reducing carbon emissions has accelerated the use of various renewable resources for electricity generation. Wind generation, in this context has seen increasing installations globally. Managing the intermittency of wind ...
    • With eloquence and humanity? Human factors/ ergonomics in sustainable human development

      Moore, D (SAGE, 2012)
      This article is based on a keynote presentation given at the 18th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association in Recife, Brazil, February 2012. It considers new, and not so new, approaches and practical roles for ...
    • X-HYBRIDJOIN for near-real-time Data Warehousing

      Naeem, MA; Dobbie, G; Weber, G (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
      In order to make timely and effective decisions, businesses need the latest information from data warehouse repositories. To keep these repositories up-to-date with respect to end user updates, near-real-time data integration ...