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    • On performance of multicast delivery with fixed WiMAX telemedicine networks using single-carrier modulation 

      Fong, Bernard; Hong, Guan Yue (Academy Publisher, 2010)
      IEEE 802.16e fixed WiMAX provides a low cost solution for integrated multimedia access networks with a wide bandwidth making it particularly suitable for telemedicine applications. While a wide variety of modulation schemes ...
    • ‘On the edge of a whirlpool’: Living with a fear of needle procedures 

      Matthews, Shona (2011)
      This study explores the lived experience of needle phobia through individual interviews with five participants. The understanding and experience of three medical imaging nurses carrying out procedures on patients with ...
    • On the stochastic modeling and analysis of FxLMS adaptation algorithm 

      Ardekani, Iman; Abdulla, W. H. (The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2013)
      This study represents a stochastic model for the adaptation process performed on adaptive control systems by the filtered-x least-mean-square (FxLMS) algorithm. The main distinction of this model is that it is derived ...
    • One man's campaign in the Inner City News : Bruce Hucker (1970 - 1990) 

      Haigh, David (Sociological Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand (SAANZ), 2015)
      Bruce Hucker wrote a weekly article for the Inner City News between 1979 and 1990. Hucker took issue with Auckland City Council on many issues and accused the Citizens and Ratepayers group that ran council of being nothing ...
    • One size does not fit all : organizational diversity in New Zealand tertiary sector ethics committees 

      Tolich, Martin; Bathurst, Ralph; Deckert, Antje; Flanagan, Paul; Gremillion, Helen; Grimshaw, Grimshaw (2015-05)
      Since 1988 in NZ all university and funded health researchers have been mandated to seek ethical review for research projects At the time, the Ministry of Health ethics committees were guided by an operational standard ...
    • Onehunga new waterfront reconnecting Onehunga suburb to their foreshore 

      Arief, Irawan Chandra (2018)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: How did people in Onehunga get access to their waterfront? How might a new waterfront project integrate existing projects? The waterfront of each city is unique. The waterfront may become a tourist ...
    • The oneness of Eastern heart & Western mind in future workspace 

      Truong, Thanh Thuy (2015)
      Throughout the history of the workplace, with the aim of increasing the competitive advantage, organizations have focused on many innovative strategies to improve human performance at work. Human performance such as ...
    • Online communities of practice in the secondary music classroom : a tool for increased collaboration and peer to peer learning? 

      Shawcross, Timothy Lestyn Michael (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: 1. How might participating in an online community of practice encourage collaboration and peer to peer learning for secondary school music students in remotely located secondary schools? 2. What are ...
    • Online community supporting trading functions in an online auction website 

      Elian, Ryan (2007)
      Online auctions have been taking place along the lines of traditional auctions. This has been made possible by the internet and web technology. Online communities associated with the online auction websites are thought to ...
    • An online learning platform to teach teachers : the Digital Passport 

      Parsons, David (2018-11)
      [The Digital Passport is a simple, fun on-line course to assist Year 1-10 teachers to unpack terminology, gain expertise, and develop the confidence to use technology to enhance learning].
    • Online media and the emergence of young Vietnamese citizens as environmental activists. A case study of the ‘Save Son Doong’ Movement 

      Nguyen, Ly Thi-Cam (2017)
      Various youth initiated grassroots environmental campaigns have emerged within Vietnam’s complicated political and media context over the past few years. This raises questions regarding how Vietnamese youth have taken ...
    • Online Plant Databases 

      Cliffin, Penny (2011)
      Landscape architects have a prominent role in designing and specifying plantscapes across a wide range of project scales, from gardens to urban streetscapes and parks to large-scale conservation revegetation. Both scientific ...
    • Online scalable SVM ensemble learning method (OSSELM) for spatio-temporal air pollution analysis 

      Ali, Shahid; Dacey, Simon (AIRCC Publishing Corporation, 2017)
      Environmental air pollution studies fail to consider the fact that air pollution is a spatio-temporal problem. The volume and complexity of the data have created the need to explore various machine learning models, however, ...
    • Opacity and Transparency in Historical Representations 

      Mitrovic, Branko (Wesleyan University, 2014-05)
      In his latest book Frank Ankersmit develops a comprehensive philosophical perspective on the problem of the truth and reference of historical representations. The approach and the wider perspective of the book largely ...
    • The open 

      Austin, Michael (Auckland University of Technology, 2013-11)
      Recently there has been a renewed interest in Karl Popper’s The Open Society, written during the Second World War in Christchurch. Popper also wrote another major book The Poverty of Historicism, which has been much debated. ...
    • Open a gated community in China 

      Wang, Yunxin (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTIONS: 1. Why is it necessary to change existing gated communities in China to open housing estates? 2. How can we resolve the problem of letting traffic into residential spaces, while not sacrificing the ...
    • Open architecture 

      Austin, Michael (2014)
      The history of architecture revolves around the notion of closure. It is concerned with shelter, protection and differentiation. A history of openness in architecture has yet to be written. It does not see origins in the ...
    • Open Architecture 

      Austin, Michael (Association of Anthropology of Oceania, 2014)
      The history of architecture revolves around the notion of closure. It is concerned with shelter, protection and differentiation. A history of openness in architecture has yet to be written. It does not see origins in the ...
    • Open school : learning and exchange in the city 

      Galvez Soliva, Mary Joselle (2011)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How does an urban school manifest through its architecture our shifting understanding of knowledge and learning? This project investigates the design of an urban school programmed using alternative ...
    • Open spaces in the developing city 

      Arulkar, Priyanka Ramchandra (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can open spaces in a developing city be preserved and enhanced? ABSTRACT: Open spaces in urban areas provide multiple and diverse functions such as the contribution to the preservation of ...