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  • Boydell, Spike (International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), 2008)
    Refereed paper - see below from CD & website (http://www.fig.net/pub/fig2008/techprog.htm) Wednesday, 18 June, 11:00-12:30, Norra Latin, Aulan TS 6A - Good Governance in Land Administration Commission: 7, 8 and 1 ...
  • Perin, Gavin (2007-10-05)
    The scalar mediation of the object through the space of representation ensures design methodologies based on similitude or procedural techniques must initially work upon appropriated forms. Given that translation ensures ...
  • Perin, Gavin (AASA & UTS, 2007)
    The scalar mediation of the object through the space of representation ensures design methodologies based on similitude or procedural techniques must initially work upon appropriated forms. Given that translation ensures ...
  • Forsythe, Perry (University of Newcastle, 2007)
    The concept of service quality evolved because of difficulties in applying product quality concepts to services. Construction offers an interesting scenario for studying service quality because it is a central feature ...
  • Riedy, Christopher (Pergamon, 2008)
    Causal layered analysis (CLA) is a futures method developed by Sohail Inayatullah and since applied by numerous futurists across multiple content areas. The central assumption of CLA is that there are different levels of ...
  • Qiu, Yike; Wang, Changxin (Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM), Makmal Kerja Raya Malaysia, 2009)
    Risk management of construction projects is a complex problem. and each project has its key features, which means that project risk management strategies should be established according to each project's characteristics. ...
  • Mcfarlane, Don; Inman, Matthew; White, Stuart; Loh, Michael; Turner, Andrea; English, (CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, 2005)
    Through the State Water Strategy the Government of Western Australia has committed to using Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) in its water allocation and licensing processes (Government of Western Australia, 2003). ...
  • Campbell, Sally; White, Stuart (WIT Press, 2005)
    Current transport planning methods do not deliver accessibility in a sustainable way a phenomenon illustrated by the dominance of road construction as a means to provide access in cities. This research proposes a ...
  • Wang, Changxin; Qiu, Yike (Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM), Makmal Kerja Raya Malaysia, 2009)
    Nowadays construction projects nrc becoming larger in size and more complex in nature as the Social economy grows rapidly and more money are invested in them. However, risk factors associated with large projects arc ...
  • Mcfarlane, Don; Inman, Matthew; Loh, Michael; Scott, Ian; Turner, Andrea; Brennan, Donna (CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, 2006)
    Section 2 of this report details the iSDP base case and compares the current demand prediction with one based on a more detailed understanding of the factors underpinning demand. Because the base case is based on year ...
  • Riedy, Christopher (Ecopolitics Association of Australasia/Centre for Governance and Public Policy, 2005)
  • Thompson, Darrall (University of New South Wales, 2007)
    Many design courses are now located in university faculties, often taught by current or ex-design practitioners. There are mandatory qualifications in educational theory and practice required for teachers in most school ...
  • Austin, Mike (2007-10-04)
    Certification Boards visiting architecture schools regularly demand more ‘technology’ in the curriculum, and an increased ‘integration’ of design and technology in the teaching programme. The persistence of this over ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Dorst, Cornelis (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2013)
    This paper presents a new model for setting constraints and priority for contextualising innovation and iteration events during the course of new design development. It achieves this by establishing and dynamically integrating ...
  • Heffer, Cecilia (Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of Fine Arts, UNSW, 2007)
    Object Magazine 2006
  • Debenham, John; Simoff, Simeon (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2005)
    A complete, immersive, distributed virtual trading enviromnent is described. Virtual worlds technology provides an immersive environment in which traders are represented as avatars that interact with each other, and have ...
  • Boyle, Thomas; Giurco, Damien; Mukheibir, Pierre; Liu, Ariane; Moy, Candice; White, Stuart; Stewart, Rodney (MDPI AG, 2013)
    This paper reviews the drivers, development and global deployment of intelligent water metering in the urban context. Recognising that intelligent metering (or smart metering) has the potential to revolutionise customer ...
  • Jones, S. R (Creativity & Cognition Studio Press, 2004)
    This study looks at interaction at a fundamental structural level, elucidating basic elements of how interaction works among adaptive organisms. This understanding then points to how to develop suitable interfaces for ...
  • Bongers, Albertus; Smith, Stuart (IGI-Global, 2011)
    This chapter outlines a Human-Computer Interaction inspired approach to rehabilitation of neurological damage (e.g. spinal cord injury) that employs novel, computer guided multimodal feedback in the form of video games or ...
  • Beilharz, Kirsty (Macquarie University, 2008)
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