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  • Stead Naomi (Dauphine University, Paris, 2006)
  • Du, C; Yang, Jingqing; Wu, Qiang; Zhang, T (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2009)
    Traditional subspace analysis methods are inefficient and tend to be affected by noise as they compare the test image to all training images, especifically when there are large numbers of training images. To solve such ...
  • Facets 
    Bongers, Bert (University of Technology, Sydney, 2009)
    Facets is an interactive video installation exploring interfaces between people and technological environment. Kaleidoscopic video images are projected on a 36 sqm. screen placed in the space, linking the player's area ...
  • Tsai, Po-Hsiang; Hintz, Thomas; Jan, Tony (IEEE Press, 2007)
    Physiological and/or behavioral characteristics of humans such as face, gait and/or voice have been used in biometric recognition technology. Apart from those characteristics reported in the literature, the hypothesis of ...
  • Fam, Dena; Mitchell, Cynthia; Meeks, Toni; Abeysuriya, Kumi (IWA Publishing, 2013)
    This paper investigates the process of organisational learning in decision making and planning for sustainability in the water sector. A Melbourne water utility (Yarra Valley Water) trialling sustainable systems of service ...
  • Bubna-Litic, David; Kornberger, Martin; Laske, Stephan (Universidad de Alcala, 2006)
  • Ge, Janet (PRRES, The University of Auckland, 2006)
    The paper starts by reviewing literature on housing prices including both price determinants and research methodology. Data published by the Hong Kong Government is used for the study. The housing price variables are grouped ...
  • Pasian, Beverly; Boydell, Spike; Sankaran, Shankar (Project Management Institute, 2011)
    This research explores the dynamics of a reliable project management capability responsible for undefined projects, and proposes new factors that could influence how project management maturity is determined and modeled. ...
  • Riello, Giorgio; Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2010)
    The infiuential scholar Daniel Roche wrote of seventeenth-century clothing that it 'was at the centre of debates about wealth and poverty, excess and necessity, superfluity and sufficiency, luxury and adequacy' (Roche ...
  • Mcneil, Peter; Riello, Giorgio (Routledge, 2013)
    The relationships between art and design has a long and complicated history. Their commercial potential, their reliance on creativity and the mondaine lives of their protagonists, have made art and fashion an established ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham Alana (, 2009)
    Background Fashion Craft: drawn threads was aimed to highlight the creative potential of contemporary embroidery and the traditional techniques of the embroiderer. In a partnership with the Embroiderersâ¿¿ Guild of NSW, ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2010)
    In the global culture of the carly twenty~first century, in which de~ signers' names provide the subplots of films and television shows such as Sex and the City, the linking of the #1shion designer with creativity, ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2010)
    There are fashions not just in dress but in all aspectsf life, from the time and manner of taking meals to the ways in which people sit. Clothes arc animated by bodies moving in space, through gesture and deportment, and ...
  • Gwilt, Alison; Rissanen, Timo (, 2009)
    This project explored the issue of fashion and sustainability, specifically the way in which fashion clothing is produced, used and discarded. It highlighted a variety of sustainable strategies that addressed the problem ...
  • Karaminas, Vicki (Penrith Regional Gallery, 2007)
    This exhibition was to commemorate the track suit as a cultural and political icon.
  • Riello, Giorgio; Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2010)
    The so~ca!led \\ong' eighteenth century, the period spanning from the end of the seventeenth to the beginning of the nineteenth century, has in recent decades been seen as pivotal to the history of fashion. This was not ...
  • Riello, Giorgio; Mcneil, Peter (Routledge, 2010)
    The idea that dress has the power \to express', that is to say that what we wear conveys meaning regarding who we are in terms of gender and class, but also who we are in terms of cultural attributes, education and taste, ...
  • Nguyen, Quang Vinh; Huang, Mao Lin (IEEE Computer Society, 2003)
    This paper presents a fast focus+context viewing technique for the navigation of classical hierarchical layouts. In these layout techniques, only one dimension is considerably important to the visualization. Based on this ...
  • Kairuz Gonzalez, Eduardo (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2010)
    Venezuelan architect, artist and educator EduardoKairuz reveals how beneath the stereotypical view of Caracas as the `Murder Capital of the World? lies a history of savage imposition, dating back to its founding in the ...