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    • Domestics 

      Jotti, Dorina (2011)
      Highlights • ‘Domestics’ exhibition at Unitec’s Snowwhite Gallery. • Catalogues distributed during the exhibition. • Discussions related to the exhibition theme were a valuable component throughout the time of the ...
    • Don't forget your roots 

      Beaton, Angus McDonald (2017)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: Can architecture revitalise a struggling suburban town by building stronger communities through the encouragement of mixed-use buildings and walkability? ABSTRACT: Don’t forget your roots’ sets out ...
    • A dormitory could be more joyful : student housing 

      Song, Yutong (2016)
      With the globalization of the education industry, more students go abroad to expand their horizons and obtain higher level of education. Increasing numbers of international students bring intense pressure on existing ...
    • The dosimetric impact of IV contrast when planning radiation therapy for radical lung cancer 

      Thompson, Hannah Nola (2010)
      The purpose of this study is to investigate the need to account for the presence of Intravenous (IV) contrast on planning computered tomography (CT) scans of the thorax for the radical treatment of lung cancer. This ...
    • A dozen Danish cartoons and the wrath of the Muslim world 

      Cass, Philip (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2006)
      How do we understand the outrage in the Muslim world against the 12 cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten? And can we move on from anger and misunderstanding? Is there room for dialogue?
    • Draw EDward Draw: Atmosphere, Choreography and Context in First Year Architecture. 

      Francis, Kerry (2011)
      This paper examines a First Year Architecture Studio project, Bathe: Atmosphere, Choreography and Context in the Orthographic Section, conducted at Unitec Department of Architecture, Auckland during the second semester of ...
    • Drawing as a fundamental tool for thinking in landscape architecture 

      Griffiths, Pete (2015)
      This paper considers the role of drawing and representation as a tool for capturing the more ephemeral aspects of the landscape. These aspects include ideas about change, chance and transformation. The importance of ...
    • drawing Japan 

      Budgett, Jeanette (Unitec Institution of Technology, 2018)
      Students from Unitec's landscape and architecture programmes visited Japan in September 2018. Architecture lecturer Jeanette Budgett and teamed up with Hikoi Garden Tours (Penny Cliffin and Ian Henderson) to offer an ...
    • Drawing on the collective symbols of Māori culture as literary devices for constructing narratives in biographical research 

      Connor, Helene (2015-10)
      This paper discusses several collective symbols of Māori culture which I have drawn on when constructing life narratives for biographical research projects with Māori participants. Symbols as a literary device • ...
    • Dressing up play: Rethinking play and playfulness from socio-cultural perspectives 

      Alcock, Sophie (2009)
      Play is complex, contradictory, and sometimes chaotic. It has been described in such contrary ways as: both work and fun, pleasurable, purposeful and also without purpose, intrinsically motivated, yet socially and biologically ...
    • Dromoscopic adaptation : realising the potential of spaghetti junction and obsolescent infrastructure 

      Manning, Scott (2012)
      The significance of the proposal stems from changes being made in contemporary society. Ideals of densification and the attempt to provide working and living facilities within walking distance of each other minimize the ...
    • Drone acquired imagery for a GIS supporting ecological restoration 

      Aguilar, Glenn (2019-08-14)
      Drone acquired imagery was used as the basis for a geographic information system (GIS) of ecological restoration projects in Northland including Waipoua Forest and Whirinaki areas in Northland. Advantages included convenience ...
    • 'droplet' : [how can photography as a medium be extended beyond realism to highlight recent feminist issues in New Zealand?] 

      Campbell, Sheyl (2020-11-27)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can photography as a medium be extended beyond realism to highlight recent feminist issues in New Zealand?’ ABSTRACT: I am an artist exploring mixed media practices, including photography and ...
    • Dsposal or treatment: future considerations for solid waste from the construction and demolition industry 

      Wallis, Shannon (2020-10-09)
      Construction & demolition waste Construction, demolition and excavation waste Waste disposal options Hazardous waste Landfill disposal Future of landfill technology Landfill failures Treatment optios - chemical & ...
    • Ductile cross laminated timber (CLT) platform structures with passive damping 

      Hashemi, Ashkan; Loo, Wei; Masoudnia, Reza; Zarnani, Pouyan; Quenneville, P. (2016-08)
      Multi-storey platform cross laminated timber (CLT) structures are becoming progressively desirable for engineers and owners. This is because they offer many significant advantages such as speed of fabrication, ease of ...
    • Duet with nature : a site for music 

      Lawrence, Dijo (2019)
      RESEARCH QUESTION: How can architecture help to promote and encourage the exposure of Kiwi musicians? ABSTRACT: Music in Architecture, architecture in music, two creative symbols of expression co-existing as one. Like ...
    • Duty of care following stroke : family experiences in the first six months 

      Duthie, Andrew J.; Roy, Dianne; Niven, Elizabeth (2015)
      Stroke is the third largest cause of death in New Zealand and is a major cause of disability. While a lot is known about the stroke survivor and the primary family caregiver, littie is known about how stroke affects the ...
    • Dynamic class imbalance learning for incremental LPSVM 

      Zhu, Lei (2012)
      Abstract Linear Proximal Support Vector Machines (LPSVM), like decision trees, classic SVM, etc. are originally not equipped to handle drifting data streams that exhibit high and varying degrees of class imbalance. For ...
    • Dynamic class imbalance learning for incremental LPSVM 

      Pang, Shaoning; Zhu, Lei; Chen, Gang; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; Ban, Tao; Inoue, Daisuke (Neural Networks, 2013-02)
      Linear Proximal Support Vector Machines (LPSVMs), like decision trees, classic SVM, etc. are originally not equipped to handle drifting data streams that exhibit high and varying degrees of class imbalance. For online ...
    • Dynamic data analysed: The SECS & IS poster results 

      Fielden, Kay; Young, Alison (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2003-07)
      This paper reports back to NACCQ2003 the results obtained from the SECS & IS dynamic poster displayed at NACCQ2002. It appears that majority of computing academics who participated regard themselves as teaching in the core ...