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  • Rudduck, Sylvan; Williams, Mary-Anne (AAAI, 2010)
    This work-in-progress provides a preliminary cognitive investigation of how the external visualization of the Ternary diagram (TD) might be used as an underlying model for exploring the representation of simple 3D cuboids ...
  • Wilkinson, Sara (CIB, 2012)
    Given the connection between energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change and the reality that the built environment emits around half of total emissions, the construction industry has considerable potential to ...
  • Wilkinson, Sara (Emerald, 2013)
    Purpose - The built environment is responsible for around half of total greenhouse gas emissions and the majority of emissions are produced during building lifecycles. As such the property sector has considerable potential ...
  • Denize, Sara; Young, Louise (Elsevier, 2007)
    communication and the associated information exchanges are key drivers of the development of relationships and of the trust embedded within them. this paper considers the development of business relationships in terms of ...
  • Tang, Chiu; Russell, Pj; Martiniello-Wilks, Rosetta; Rasko, J; Khatri, A (Alphamed Press, 2010)
    Ineffective treatment and poor patient management continue to plague the arena of clinical oncology. The crucial issues include inadequate treatment efficacy due to ineffective targeting of cancer deposits, systemic ...
  • Sanchez-Bayo, Francisco; Van Den Brink, Paul; Mann, Reinier (Bentham Science Publishers Ltd, 2011)
    The new millennium started with a legacy of unprecedented contamination of the world ecosystems left in the wake of the various activities of humankind. Chemical pollutants have become so diverse (see Chapter 1) and ...
  • Jakubowicz, Andrew; Ho, Christina (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2013)
  • Darcy, Simon; Ambrose, I; Schweinsberg, Stephen; Buhalis, Dimitrios (Channel View Publications, 2011)
    This book aimed to explore and document the current theoretical approaches, foundations and issues in the study of accessible tourism. As has already been alluded to in a number of chapters, the tourism industry interest ...
  • Lister, Raymond (Australian Computer Society, 2011)
    Abstract This paper brings together a number of empirical research results on novice programmers, using a neo-Piagetian theoretical framework. While there already exists literature connecting programming with classical ...
  • Barns, Sarah (UTSePress, 2013)
    This is an extended introduction to the field of suburban studies which develops a conceptual framework for the collection.
  • Orr, Kirsten; Nicholas, Natalie; Tringali, Jessica (UTSePress, 2012)
    The Concrete Tectonics Studio 2012 was a research based design studio of sixteen Master of Architecture students led by Associate Professor Kirsten Orr, at the University of Technology, Sydney. The studio traversed the gap ...
  • Song, H.J.; Beilharz, Kirsty (Acta Press, 2007)
    This paper is concerned with enhancing human computer interaction and communication in concurrent streams of auditory display. Auditory display or auditory graphing is the sonic representation of numerical data (the ...
  • Hu, Qimei; He, Xiangjian; Wu, Qiang (IEEE Computer Society, 2003)
  • Given-Wilson, Thomas; Gorla, Daniele; Jay, Barry (Springer, 2010)
    Concurrent pattern calculus drives interaction between processes by unifying patterns, just as sequential pattern calculus drives computation by matching a pattern against a data structure. By generalising from pattern ...
  • Given-Wilson, Thomas Paul (2012)
    Ever since Milner showed that Church’s λ-calculus can be subsumed by π-calculus, process calculi have been expected to subsume sequential com-putation. However, Jay & Given-Wilson show that extensional sequential ...
  • Clark, David; Ryan, Louise (Blackwell Publ Ltd, 2002)
    Objective. To develop a method for predicting concurrently both hospital survival and length of stay (LOS) for seriously ill or injured patients, with particular attention to the competing risks of death or discharge alive ...
  • Feng, Yuan; Duan, Runyao; Ji, Zhengfeng (American Physical Soc, 2005)
    The linearity of quantum operations puts many fundamental constraints on the information processing tasks we can achieve on a quantum system whose state is not exactly known, just as we observe in quantum cloning and quantum ...
  • Denzau, S; Kuriakose, D; Freire, Rafael; Munro, Ursula; Wiltschko, Wolfgang (Springer, 2011)
    Young domestic chicks of two strains, ISA brown layers and White Leghorn X Australorps, were trained to associate a magnetic anomaly with food. This was done by feeding them in their housing boxes from a dish placed above ...
  • Currie, Janet (Clifford Beers Foundation, 2008)
    Much of the existing research on women's mental health has not clarified the nature of the coping experience, nor taken a grounded theory approach using the participant's own words and meanings to describe the experience. ...