Browsing by Title

UTSePress Research/Manakin Repository

Search UTSePress Research

Browse

My Account

Browsing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Babar, Abdul; Zowghi, Didar; Cox, Karl; Tosic, Vladimir; Bleistein, Steven; Verner, June (ACM, 2008)
    Requirements engineering describes how an IT implementation will support business functions. Most IT systems are operational in nature and typical requirements engineering techniques and methods are usually adequate in ...
  • Crofts, Penny (Routledge, 2003)
  • Lahoud, Adrian (2013)
    Since they cannot secure themselves in common notions of value, classical definitions of scale grounded in systems of proportion can no longer be considered relevant. The thesis therefore sets out a way of understanding ...
  • Buonamano, Roberto (Griffith University, 2010)
    The problem of subjectivity - of how to conceptualise the subject - remains at the threshold of our understanding of human rights, both as a historical construct and a functional, juridical technology. Moving away from the ...
  • Mcwilliam, Erica; Lee, Alison (AARE, 2006)
    This paper takes up the question of the way in which 'the problem with educational research' is represented. It takes as its point of departure two recent views on 'the problem' - one expressed by an educational journalist ...
  • Harfield, Stephen (Griffth University, 2008)
    Abstract: While it is undeniable that both design and design education seek to engage with meaningful problems and to achieve desirable solutions, much of design education is still hostage to the twin notions (i) that ...
  • Moulton Bruce (Springer, 2010)
    Abstract-Pro bono work is more commonly associated with the legal profession than with the engineering profession. It is work that is undertaken at significantly reduced cost to a client. While many engineering professionals ...
  • Moulton, Bruce (Springer, 2010)
    Pro bono work is more commonly associated with the legal profession than with the engineering profession. It is work that is undertaken at significantly reduced cost to a client. While many engineering professionals do ...
  • Dorsett, Shaunnagh (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2011)
    This article looks at the first rules of the Supreme Courts of New South Wales and New Zealand. In both colonies the first Chief Justice put in place simplified rules, appropriate, as they saw it, for the needs of a young ...
  • Wang, Karen; Zamantili Nayir, Dilek (Emerald, 2010)
    urpose ? The purpose of this paper is to investigate the extent to which procedural justice influences a manager's decision-making behaviour and the extent to which managerial values related to power-distance moderates the ...
  • Gaylor, David; Ryan, Louise; Krewski, Dan; Zhu, Yiliang (Elsevier Inc, 1998)
    Safety assessment for noncancer health effects generally has been based upon dividing a no observed adverse effect (NOAEL) by uncertainty (safety) factors to provide an acceptable daily intake (ADI) or reference dose (RfD). ...
  • Ahlquist, Sean.; Wilkins, Helen.; Leibowitz, Vicki.; Spurr, Sam.; Lahoud, Adrian.; Tucker, Chris.; Chapman, Michael.; Barber, Daniel.; Keefer Bell, Eugenie.; Lowe, Russell.; Hill, Glen.; Gu, Ning.; Gardiner, Blair.; Moulis, Antony.; Ednie-Brown, Pia.; Holzer, Dominik.; Austin, Mike.; Musgrave, Elizabeth.; Maher, Mary Lou.; Raisbeck, Peter.; Smith, Wally.; Pickersgill, Sean.; Hogben, Paul.; Ostwald, Michael.; McCarthy, Christine.; Moloney, Jules.; Bharat, Dave.; Orr, Kirsten.; Loo, Stephen.; Smith, Cathy.; Stead, Naomi.; Goad, Philip.; Lewi, Hannah.; Abel, Chris.; Andresen, Brit.; Frichot, Helene.; Perin, Gavin.; Tombesi, Paolo.; Reinhardt, Dagmar.; Scriver, Peter.; Pelosi, Antony.; More, Greg.; Burns, Karen.; Shotton, Elizabeth.; Frumar, Jerome.; Kaji-O'Grady, Sandra.; Taylor, William M. (UTSePress, 2007-10-15)
    The Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia. Each paper in the Proceedings has been double refereed by members of an independent panel of academic ...
  • Herzig, Andrew; Johnston, Benjamin (UTSePress, 2009-07-11)
    The biennial workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning, Action and Change (NRAC) has an active and loyal community. Since its inception in 1995, the workshop has been held seven times in conjunction with IJCAI, and has experienced ...
  • Williams, Mary-Anne; Morgenstern, Leora; Lakemeyer, Gerhard (2009-12-18)
    The Ninth International Symposium on Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning will be held at the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, at the University of Toronto, on June 1–3, 2009. Since its ...
  • Feng, Yuan; Ying, Mingsheng (Science China Press, 2004)
    A reasonable transition rule is proposed for synchronized actions and some equational properties of bisimilarity and weak bisimilarity in the process algebra for reasoning about concurrent actions are presented.
  • Tamburic, Bojan; Dechatiwongse, Pongsathorn; Zemichael, Fessehaye; Maitland, Geoffrey; Hellgardt, Klaus (RSC Publishing, 2013)
    The green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii has the ability to produce molecular hydrogen (H2), a clean and renewable fuel, through the biophotolysis of water under sulphur-deprived anaerobic conditions. The aim of this ...
  • Henderson-Sellers, Brian; Serour, Magdy; Mcbride, Tom; Gonzalez Perez, Cesar; Dagher, Lorraine (Know-Center and Springer Co, 2004)
    Adopting the most appropriate methodology for particular software developments remains a challenge for all industrial IT organizations. Previous attempts to promote a single approach as useful for all occasions has proven ...
  • Mcbride, Tom; Bailey, Philip (Edizione ETS, 2010)
    Process descriptions have developed in different fields resulting in emphasis on different process elements. To date process improvement has relied on a wider understanding of process than is contained in the description. ...