• UDP-IPv6 performance in peer-to-peer gigabit ethernet using modern Windows and Linux systems 

    Soorty, B; Sarkar, NI (International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (IJCIT), 2014)
    In this paper the performance of IPv6 is investigated using Windows and Linux operating systems over a Gigabit Ethernet link. IPv6 is set to take over IPv4 and is built into most new Windows and Linux client/server operating ...
  • Ultra Neon 

    Thomson, A; Heng, E; Pahoki, S; Robinson, K; Macdonald, F; Haylock, B (Light Projects, 2011)
    Light Projects presents a mini-survey of neon works. Text-based or abstract, wall-based or sculptural, Ultra Neon assembles neon works from a variety of practices into a densely hung dialogue. This is a single artwork ...
  • Ultra-fast Glyco-coating of Non-biological Surfaces 

    Williams, E; Barr, K; Korchagina, E; Tuzikov, A; Henry, S; Bovin, N (MDPI AG, 2016)
    The ability to glycosylate surfaces has medical and diagnostic applications, but there is no technology currently recognized as being able to coat any surface without the need for prior chemical modification of the surface. ...
  • Ultra-rapid UT1 measurement by e-VLBI 

    Sekido, M; Takiguchi, H; Koyama, Y; Kondo, T; Haas, R; Wagner, J; Ritakari, J; Kurihara, S; Kokado, K (Terra Scientific Pub. Co., 2008)
    The latency of UT1 measurement with Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) has been greatly reduced by using e-VLBI technology. VLBI observations on the baseline formed by the Kashima 34-m and the Onsala 20-m radio ...
  • Ultralocal: design proposals for the Kaipatiki project environment centre 

    Austin, A; Cooper, F; Kane, D; Kumar, A; Lin, S; Sun, YK; Thorp, S; Anderson, S; Crawcour, H; Gruiters, M; Janpiam, W; Lee, C; Pan, E; Song, A (AUT University, 2011)
    ULTRALOCAL is a collaboration which brings together architectural design works from seven postgraduate students at the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning, and spatial design works from seven ...
  • Ultrasonic evaluation of the abductor hallucis muscle in hallux valgus: a cross-sectional observational study 

    Stewart, S; Ellis, R; Heath, M; Rome, K (BioMed Central, 2013)
    The aim of the study was to investigate the abductor hallucis muscle characteristics, defined as dorso-plantar (DP) thickness, medio-lateral (ML) width, and cross-sectional area (CSA) in relation to the severity of hallux ...
  • Ultrasound evaluation of the abductor hallucis muscle: reliability study 

    Cameron, AFM; Rome, K; Hing, WA (BioMed Central Ltd., 2008)
    Background The Abductor hallucis muscle (AbdH) plays an integral role during gait and is often affected in pathological foot conditions. The aim of this study was to evaluate the within and between-session intra-tester ...
  • Ultrasound evaluation of the abductor hallucis muscle: reliability study 

    Cameron, AFM; Rome, K; Hing, WA (BioMed Central Ltd, 2008)
    Background: The Abductor hallucis muscle (AbdH) plays an integral role during gait and is often affected in pathological foot conditions. The aim of this study was to evaluate the within and between-session intra-tester ...
  • Ultrasound imaging of the distal radioulnar joint: a new method to assess ulna radial translation in forearm rotation 

    Oldfield, Christie Erin (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
    The current study was conducted to establish normal values of Distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) translation using ultrasound imaging (USI). Repeatability of quantifying DRUJ translation of the forearm in various positions ...
  • Unary automatic graphs: an algorithmic approach 

    Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Minnes, M (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
    This paper studies infinite graphs produced from a natural unfolding operation applied to finite graphs. Graphs produced using such operations are of finite degree and automatic over the unary alphabet (that is, they can ...
  • Unary automatic graphs: an algorithmic perspective 

    Khoussainov, B; Liu, J; Minnes, M (Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, 2008)
    This paper studies infinite graphs produced from a natural unfolding operation applied to finite graphs. Graphs produced via such operations are of finite degree and can be described by finite automata over the unary alphabet. ...
  • The unconscious ruin: drawing minor architecture 

    Sellar, Brendon Sellar (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
    The citizen subject, simultaneously estranged and yet embraced as an entity, insatiably commodified and marketed to, increasingly experiences urban place as a terrain vague – a place without coherent reference or broader ...
  • Uncovering strategic entrepreneurship: an examination of theory and practice 

    Luke, Belinda (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
    The combination of entrepreneurship and strategy is gaining increasing recognition as a pathway for growth within both individual organisations and national economies. Hence the benefits emerge from both a micro and macro ...
  • Under a big sky 

    Hanifin, Patricia Mary (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
    The exegesis will elaborate on the research process undertaken to write a collection of short fiction. The creative work is a collection of ten stories linked thematically by an archaeological approach to character psychology, ...
  • Under the surface: reflections on workers’ narratives from below the minimum wage 

    Sinfield, David Lewis (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
    This research project is concerned with workers’ narratives, specifically those who have been employed in paid work below the national minimum wage in New Zealand. As a graphic designer who has direct experience of ...
  • Understandability and transparency of the financial statements of charities 

    Sinclair, Rowena Margaret Sylvia (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
    Access to charities' financial statements has recently become possible in New Zealand due to the development of a Charities Register. However, the ability to discharge accountability through financial statements depends ...
  • Understanding and diagnosing hyperinsulinaemia 

    Crofts, Catherine (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
    Traditionally, insulin resistance is thought to be the precursor to many metabolic diseases. It is now believed that compensatory hyperinsulinaemia, previously thought to be a symptom of insulin resistance, may independently ...
  • Understanding and measuring wellbeing 

    Hone, Lucy Clare (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
    There is growing interest and application worldwide in the science of wellbeing. Considerable empirical evidence indicating the importance and potential benefits of population wellbeing promotion (such as reducing the ...
  • Understanding and optimising vertical and horizontal force production for performance in team sport athletes 

    Dobbs, Caleb (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
    Power profiling allows greater prognostic and diagnostic information about the underlying mechanical determinants related to sports performance. To date, vertical jumps have been predominantly used in power profiling. ...