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  • Butow, P.; Bell, M.; Goldstein, D.; Sze, M.; Aldridge, L.; Abdo, S.; Mikhail, M.; Dong, S.; Iedema, Roderick; Ashgari, R.; Hui, Ron; Eisenbruch, M. (Elsevier Sci Ireland Ltd, 2011)
    Objective: Immigrants report challenges communicating with their health team. This study compared oncology consultations of immigrants with and without interpreters vs Anglo-Australian patients. Methods: Patients with ...
  • Van Den Hoven, Elise; Mazalek, Ali (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
    Gestures play an important role in communication. They support the listener, who is trying to understand the speaker. However, they also support the speaker by facilitating the conceptualization and verbalization of messages ...
  • Wang, Xinchao; Bian, Wei; Tao, Dacheng (IEEE, 2013)
    Images are usually represented by features from multiple views, e.g., color and texture. In image classification, the goal is to fuse all the multi-view features in a reasonable manner and achieve satisfactory classification ...
  • Kus, Benjamin; Kandasamy, Jaya; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Shon, Hokyong; Moody, G (IWA, 2013)
    The characterisation of rainwater in metropolitan Sydney and in rural New South Wales was undertaken. The results showed that factors such as the lack of vehicular traffic, air pollution and urban contamination meant that ...
  • Kwok, Nm; Wang, Dalong; Jia, Xiuping; Chen, S.; Fang, Gu; Ha, Quang (IEEE, 2011)
    mages captured by digital cameras are vulnerable to quality degradations due to non-ideal illumination conditions such as dominated lighting source colors, where images so obtained may not faithfully reproduce the scene ...
  • Gratton, Chris; Veal, Tony (CABI, 2005)
  • Garlin, Francine; Mcguiggan, Robyn (Massey University, 2001)
  • Zhou, Tianyi; Tao, Dacheng (JMLR.org, 2013)
    Recovering a large low-rank matrix from highly corrupted, incomplete or sparse outlier overwhelmed observations is the crux of various intriguing statistical problems. We explore the power of "greedy bilateral (GreB)" ...
  • Yeh, Wei-Chang (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2008)
    In this study, a new IE (Inclusion-Exclusion Principle) involving some intuitive properties that characterize the structure of the intersections of d-minimal paths (d-MP)/d-minimal cuts (d-MC), and the relationships between ...
  • Leaman, Adrian; Thomas, Leena; Vandenberg, Monica (Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating Inc., 2007)
    A comparative post-occupancy evaluation, based on occupant surveys of 22 `green design intent? buildings and 23 conventional buildings in Australia has been undertaken by Leaman, Thomas and Vandenberg. The study shows ...
  • Hansen, R; Nielsen, Daniel; Schramm, Andreas; Nielsen, Lars; Revsbech, Niels; Hansen, M N (Amer Soc Agronomy, 2009)
    Liquid manure (Slurry) storages are sources of gases Such ammonia (NH(3)) and methane (CH(4)). Danish slurry storages are required to be covered to reduce NH(3) emissions and often a floating crust of straw is applied. ...
  • Kilbane, Simon (Routledge, 2013)
    This paper outlines research regarding the planning and design of a bold new continental-scale Green Infrastructure (GI) for Australia, the `NationalGreen Network? (NGN). The NGN is a design project that aims to augment ...
  • Smith, Geoff (SPIE-Soc Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, 2012)
    Nanotechnology, in particular nanophotonics, is proving essential to achieving green outcomes of sustainability and renewable energy at the production scales needed. Nanomaterials enable optimization of optical, opto-electrical, ...
  • Smith, Geoff (The International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2011)
    Nanotechnology, in particular nanophotonics, is proving essential to achieving green outcomes of sustainability and renewable energy at the scales needed. Coatings, composites and polymeric structures used in windows, ...
  • Smith, Geoff (SPIE, 2012)
    Nanotechnology, in particular nanophotonics, is proving essential to achieving green outcomes of sustainability and renewable energy at the scales needed. Coatings, composites and polymeric structures used in windows, ...
  • Granqvist, Claes; Smith, Geoff (CRC Press (Taylor & Francis), 2010)
    A focuses exploration of the role nanotechnology plays in meeting the challenges inherent in minimizing environmental impacts while maximizing energy resources, this book provides an overview of our energy supply, increasing ...
  • Dixon, Tom; Colantonio, Andrea; Shiers, David; Reed, Richard; Wilkinson, Sara; Gallimore, Paul (Emerald, 2008)
    Purpose; This study seeks to provide a review of the background and context to the engagement of RICS members with the sustainability agenda, and to examine the extent to which the surveying profession uses relevant ...
  • Ding, Grace; Ge, Janet (Architecture and Building Research Institute, Ministry of the Interior, 2009)
    Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing Australia today. This is a challenge and responsibility that is shared by all Australian households. Improvements to energy and water efficiency of houses can ...
  • Wilkinson, Sara; Reed, Richard (Emerald, 2009)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the potential for green roof retrofit to commercial buildings in a city centre to property managers and other property professionals. Design/methodology/approach: ...
  • Nicorovici, Nicolae; Mcphedran, Ross; Botten, Lindsay; Poulton, Christopher; Asatryan, Ara (Taylor and Francis, 2010)
    The local density of states (LDOS) is a function of spatial position and frequency which governs the radiation properties of sources placed within structured optical systems. We show how the enhancement or suppression of ...