• On aspects of glasses-free 3D cinema 70 years ago

      Blundell, BG (Veritas et Visus, 2013)
      In the following pages attention focuses on four exemplar strands of pioneering research carried out in the first half of the twentieth century in designing and implementing glasses-free (autostereoscopic) 3D cinema. For ...
    • On complexity of Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé games

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2007)
      In this paper we initiate the study of Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé games for some standard finite structures. Examples of such standard structures are equivalence relations, trees, unary relation structures, Boolean algebras, and ...
    • On secure workflow decentralisation on the internet

      Kaskenpalo, P (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, 2010)
      Decentralised workflow management systems are a new research area, where most work to-date has focused on the system's overall architecture. As little attention has been given to the security aspects in such systems, we ...
    • On the apparent narrowing of radio recombination lines at high principal quantum numbers

      Alexander, J; and Gulyaev, S (IOPScience, 2011)
      We critically analyze the Bell et al. findings on "anomalous" widths of high-order Hydrogen radio recombination lines in the Orion Nebula at 6 GHz. We review their method of modified frequency switching and show that the ...
    • On the core and Walrasian expectations equilibrium in infinite dimensional commodity spaces

      Bhowmik, A; Cao, J (Munich Personal RePEc Archive (MPRA), Munich University, 2011)
      In this paper, we establish two different characterizations of Walrasian expectations allocations by the veto power of the grand coalition in an asymmetric information economy having finitely many agents and states of ...
    • On the nature of security

      Jackson, M (AUT University, 2008)
      In his On Adam’s House in Paradise, Joseph Rykwert traces successive engagements in the question of the origin of architecture as this question opens to the more primordial one of the origin of being human. Being human and ...
    • On the necessity of removing 'cruelty' from the teaching of computing

      Clear, Tony (ACM, 2006)
      In his famous article [1] Edsger Dijkstra reflected upon how cruel it would be truly to teach computer science. For some reason the CS community over the years have taken the sadistic element of his entreaties to heart. ...
    • 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. ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 education - but is it education?

      Clear, Tony (ACM, 1999)
      No abstract.
    • Ontologies and machine learning systems

      Tegginmath, S; Pears, R; Kasabov, N (Springer, 2014)
      In this chapter we review the uses of ontologies within bioinformatics and neuroinformatics and the various attempts to combine machine learning (ML) and ontologies, and the uses of data mining ontologies. This is a diverse ...
    • Open source software – a key component of E-health in Developing nations

      Parry, DT; Parry, EC; Chebi, A; Dorji, P; Stone, P (IGI Global, 2008)
      The global burden of disease falls most heavily on people in developing countries. Few resources for healthcare, geographical and infrastructure issues, lack of trained staff, language and cultural diversity and political ...
    • Operational analysis of dynamic line ratings

      Talpur, S; Lie, T; Zamora, R; Nair, NKC (IOP Publishing, 2018)
      Overhead line is an important asset for power industries. Rising demand in electricity, environmental concerns and cheaper electricity prices are some important factors behind operating the lines at their maximum potential. ...
    • Optical characteristics of low concentration ratio solar collectors for façade applications

      Piratheepan, M; Anderson, T (Massey Printery, 2013)
      This work shows that there is significant scope for the development of static solar concentrators to be integrated into the façade of buildings. It has shown that solar concentrators using parabolic reflectors may be well ...
    • Optical investigation of the heat transfer from a rotating cylinder in a cross flow

      Gschwendtner, MA (Springer, 2004)
      The heat transfer from a rotating cylinder in an air-cross flow was investigated by purely optical measuring techniques. Flow velocities were measured by a two-dimensional LDV both in the vicinity of the cylinder and in ...
    • Optical Properties of Low Concentration Ratio Façade Integrated Solar Collectors

      Piratheepan, M; Anderson, T (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2015)
      The optical properties of façade integrated solar collectors are largely dependent on the location and the direction that they are deployed at. The amount of radiation on the absorber plate will change with the time of the ...
    • Optimal sizing of a wind-photovoltaic-battery hybrid renewable energy system considering socio-demographic factors

      Tito, SR; Lie, T; Anderson, TN (Elsevier, 2016)
      The sizing of a stand-alone wind-photovoltaic-battery hybrid renewable energy system (HRES) is greatly influenced by socio-demographic factors however, few studies have examined how socio-demographic factors, as borne out ...
    • Optimisation and comparison framework for monocular camera-based face tracking

      Marks, S; Windsor, J; Wünsche, B (IEEE, 2009)
      Tracking the position and orientation of the human face with respect to a camera has valuable applications in human computer interaction (HCI). Examples are navigating through a virtual environment, controlling objects ...
    • Optimised X-HYBRIDJOIN for near-real-time data warehousing

      Naeem, M; Dobbie, G; Weber, G (Australian Computer Society, 2012)
      Stream-based join algorithms are needed in modern near-real-time data warehouses. A particular class of stream-based join algorithms, with MESHJOIN as a typical example, computes the join between a stream and a disk-based ...