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Face search in encrypted domain
(Springer, 2015)Visual information of images and videos usually is encrypted for the purposes of security applications. Straightforward manipulations on the encrypted data without requiring any decryption have the advantage of speed over ... 
Falls Risk Assessment for Hospitalised Older Adults: A Combination of Motion Data and Vital Signs
(Springer, 2016)Health monitoring systems have rapidly evolved during the past two decades and have the potential to change the way healthcare is currently delivered. Currently hospital falls are a major healthcare concern worldwide because ... 
Fast release of sulfosalicylic acid from polymer implants consisting of regenerated cellulose/γferric oxide/polypyrrole
(2014)This work presents a comparative study on the rate of drug release from implantable matrices induced by electric and magnetic fields separately for better biomedical applications. The matrices were prepared by coating ... 
Fault Ride Through Technique for DFIGbased Wind Turbines Under Grid Threephase Faults
(IEEE, 2018)In modern power systems with increasing penetration of wind turbines (WTs), improvement of low voltage ride through (LVRT) capability of WTs equipped with doublyfed induction generators (DFIGs) is an important topic. Thus, ... 
Feasibility Study to Install a 1 MW Grid Connected Solar Plant in WairoaMahia Peninsular, New Zealand
(IEEE, 2019)This study intends to investigate the voltage drop issue along the Mahia distribution network (11kV line) and further assess the feasibility of developing a grid tied 1MW solar farm in Wairoa District, New Zealand. The ... 
FGC: an efficient constraintbased frequent set miner
(IEEE, 2007)Despite advances in algorithmic design, association rule mining remains problematic from a performance viewpoint when the size of the underlying transaction database is large. The wellknown a priori approach, while reducing ... 
Filtering, smoothing, and prediction using a controlloop spectral factorization method for coloured noise
(John Wiley & Sons, 2012)A method for the linear leastsquares estimation of random signals contaminated with random noise is shown that uses a new method of spectral factorization. It is shown that the optimal filter can be written entirely in ... 
Finding a closest match between wifi propagation measurements and models
(IEEE, 2015)In a series of papers by Sarkar and his team conducted radio propagation measurements to study the performance of WiFi in terms of received signal strengths (RSS) in an obstructed office block. The goal of this paper is ... 
Finding Faults: A Scoping Study of Fault Diagnostics for Industrial Cyberphysical Systems
(Elsevier BV, 2020)Context: As Industrial CyberPhysical Systems (ICPS) become more connected and widelydistributed, often operating in safetycritical environments, we require innovative approaches to detect and diagnose the faults that ... 
Finding the envelope and efficient frontier of financial assets
(Science Publications, 2012)Problem statement: One of the problems considered in financial mathematics is finding portfolios of given financial assets that minimize risk for targeted returns. The set of such portfolios is called the envelope of the ... 
Finding the Way to Success in Implementing Lean Construction in an Unfavourable Context
(International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC), 2020)Developing countries are facing sever productivity problems in their construction sectors. Lean Construction has proven to be an effective solution for such situations. However, when it comes to lean implementation, the ... 
Finitetime Flocking Control of a Swarm of Cuckersmale Agents With Collision Avoidance
(IEEE, 2017)This paper considers the application of finitetime control to a CuckerSmale flocking model of autonomous agents with collision avoidance. A mathematical expression for the upper bound on the flocking time is derived. ... 
First Scientific VLBI Observations Using New Zealand 30 Metre Radio Telescope Wark30m
(IOP Publishing, 2015)We report the results of a successful 24 hour 6.7 GHz VLBI experiment using the 30 meter radio telescope WARK30M near Warkworth, New Zealand, recently converted from a radio telecommunications antenna, and two radio ... 
Flexible Inkprintable Wideband Logperiodic Dipole Array Antenna for Millimeterwave Applications
(2018 IEEE 7th AsiaPacific Conference on Antennas and Propagation, 2018)This paper presents a novel flexible inkprintable logperiodic wideband dipole array (LPDA) antenna for millimeterwave applications. The antenna is fed by microstrip line through a wideband microstriptocoplanar stripline ... 
Flexural motion of a semiinfinite floating plate under localised edge loading
(New Zealand Mathematical Society (nzmathsoc.org.nz), 2010)Numerical computation of ﬂexural motion of a ﬂoating elastic plate is often complicated. The linear approximation of the motion makes the computation tractable for simple harmonic waves in a plate. I will introduce a few ... 
Fluency in information technology  FITNZ: an ICT curriculum metaframework for New Zealand high schools
(NACCQ, 2005)This paper proposes an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Curriculum MetaFramework to operate at the senior secondary school level in New Zealand. This metaframework arises from the Fluency in Information ... 
Flux pump for HTS rotating machinery applications
(IEEE, 2015)High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) machines offer several benefits over the conventional machines. With the advent of YBCO materials, research and development in HTS applications has gained significant impetus. The ... 
FM Kiwistyle: the development of FM professionals in New Zealand
(2015)This research paper conducts a review of the development of facilities management as a profession and some of the key moments in that journey. It then considers the situation of New Zealand, which has a number of characteristics ... 
Focus and setting in mobile learning research: a review of the literature
(IBIMA Publishing, 2009)Mobile learning (mLearning) is an ubiquitous learning activity supported by the appropriate mobile technology and pedagogical approach. Mobile learning research has experienced a significant growth in the last half a ... 
‘Follow the Moon’ Development: Writing a Systematic Literature Review on Global Software Engineering Education
(ACM, 2015)This presentation reflects on method and practice in Computer Science Education Research, through introducing the process of conducting a Systematic Literature Review. While Systematic Literature Reviews are an established ...