• UDP-IPv6 performance in peer-to-peer gigabit ethernet using modern Windows and Linux systems

      Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (IJCIT), 2014)
      In this paper the performance of IPv6 is investigated using Windows and Linux operating systems over a Gigabit Ethernet link. IPv6 is set to take over IPv4 and is built into most new Windows and Linux client/server operating ...
    • Ultra-fast Glyco-coating of Non-biological Surfaces

      Williams, E; Barr, K; Korchagina, E; Tuzikov, A; Henry, S; Bovin, N (MDPI AG, 2016)
      The ability to glycosylate surfaces has medical and diagnostic applications, but there is no technology currently recognized as being able to coat any surface without the need for prior chemical modification of the surface. ...
    • Ultra-rapid UT1 measurement by e-VLBI

      Sekido, M; Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Kondo, T; Haas, R; Wagner, J; Ritakari, J; Kurihara, S; Kokado, K (Terra Scientific Pub. Co., 2008)
      The latency of UT1 measurement with Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) has been greatly reduced by using e-VLBI technology. VLBI observations on the baseline formed by the Kashima 34-m and the Onsala 20-m radio ...
    • Ultrasound Characteristics of the Mid-portion of the Achilles Tendon in Runners: A Systematic Review Protocol

      Molyneux, P; Carroll, M; Stewart, S; Brenton-Rule, A; Rome, K (BioMed Central, 2017)
      Background: Achilles tendinopathy is one of the most common overuse injuries in recreational and competitive runners, yet the clinical significance and frequency of abnormal sonographic characteristics in runners remains ...
    • Unary automatic graphs: an algorithmic approach

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Minnes, M (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
      This paper studies infinite graphs produced from a natural unfolding operation applied to finite graphs. Graphs produced using such operations are of finite degree and automatic over the unary alphabet (that is, they can ...
    • Unary automatic graphs: an algorithmic perspective

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Minnes, M (Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, 2008)
      This paper studies infinite graphs produced from a natural unfolding operation applied to finite graphs. Graphs produced via such operations are of finite degree and can be described by finite automata over the unary alphabet. ...
    • Understanding Class-level Testability Through Dynamic Analysis

      Tahir, A; MacDonell, SG; Buchan, J (IEEE, 2014)
      It is generally acknowledged that software testing is both challenging and time-consuming. Understanding the factors that may positively or negatively affect testing effort will point to possibilities for reducing this ...
    • Understanding Student Absenteeism in Undergraduate Engineering Programmes

      Bakrania, S; Whittington, C; Anderson, T; Nates, R (Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE), 2018)
      CONTEXT Correlation between student attendance and eventual performance is well documented in the literature. Even with increasing access to compatible web-based resources or lecture recordings, traditional face-to-face ...
    • University students' difficulties in solving application problems in calculus: student perspectives

      Klymchuk, S; Zverkova, T; Gruenwald, N; Sauerbier, G (Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA), 2010)
      This paper reports on the results of an observational parallel study conducted simultaneously at 2 universities – one each in New Zealand and Germany. It deals with university engineering students’ difficulties in the ...
    • Use of ensembles of Fourier spectra in capturing recurrent concepts in data streams

      Sripirikas, S; Pears, RL (IEEE, 2015)
      In this research, we apply ensembles of Fourier encoded spectra to capture and mine recurring concepts in a data stream environment. Previous research showed that compact versions of Decision Trees can be obtained by ...
    • Using a mobile robot for cognitive mapping

      Wong, CK; Schmidt, J; Yeap, WK (International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, 2007)
      When animals (including humans) first explore a new environment, what they remember is fragmentary knowledge about the places visited. Yet, they have to use such fragmentary knowledge to find their way home. Humans naturally ...
    • Using change point analysis to determine perception accuracyinsocial media opinions

      Sallis, P; Claster, W (International Research Group (IRG), 2015)
      Social media such as Facebook and Twitter have become repositories for extremely large volumes of data representing for the most part, personal opinions and statements of individual users of these instruments for ...
    • Using counter-examples in teaching calculus

      Gruenwald, N; Klymchuk, S (2003)
      The paper deals with a practical issue encountered by many lecturers teaching first-year university Calculus. A big proportion of students seem to be able to find correct solutions to test and exam questions using familiar ...
    • Using Counterexamples, Puzzles and Provocations in the Teaching and Learning of Calculus

      Klymchuk, S (Springer, 2016)
      This paper describes author’s experiences in both teaching with and research on counterexamples, puzzles and provocations in calculus as a pedagogical strategy. The results of several experimental studies with students and ...
    • Using Design Science to build a Watermark System for Righful Ownership Protection in the Cloud

      Cusack, B; Khaleghparast, R (arXivThe Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2015)
      Cloud computing opportunities have presented service options for users that are both economical and flexible to use requirements. However, the risk analysis for the user identifies vulnerabilities for intellectual property ...
    • Using Groupware for international collaborative learning

      Clear, Tony; Daniels, M. (IEEE, 2000)
      The paper reports the lessons learned from a two year collaborative learning trial between students at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Uppsala University. The trials took place using a combination of email and ...
    • Using IT for active student feedback in the learning environment

      Clear, Tony (NACCQ, 2000)
      This paper describes the use of a web-based groupware product (specifically a Lotus NotesTM & DominoTM discussion database), as a means of gaining direct and regular feedback from students on the progress of a course. Some ...
    • Using relations to interpret anaphora

      Nand, Parma; Yeap, W; Nand, P; Yeap, W (DBLP, 2012)
      In this paper we present a novel framework for resolving bridging anaphora. The new framework is based on the core set of relations that have been used to describe an entirely different linguistic process, the process of ...
    • Utilization of 3D Printing Technology to Facilitate and Standardize Soft Tissue Testing

      Scholze, M; Singh, A; Lozano, PF; Ondruschka, B; Ramezani, M; Werner, M; Hammer, N (Springer Nature Ltd., 2018)
      Three-dimensional (3D) printing has become broadly available and can be utilized to customize clamping mechanisms in biomechanical experiments. This report will describe our experience using 3D printed clamps to mount soft ...
    • Utilizing Typed Dependency Subtree Patterns for Answer Sentence Generation in Question Answering Systems

      Perera, R; Nand, P; Naeem, A (Springer, 2017)
      Question Answering over Linked Data (QALD) refer to the use of Linked Data by question answering systems, and in recent times this has become increasingly popular as it opens up a massive Linked Data cloud which is a rich ...