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Design perspective on the role of advanced bots for self-guided learning
(CGPublisher (http://www.cgpublisher.com), 2014)
Virtual worlds are rapidly gaining acceptance in educational settings; with bots play an important role in these environments to help learners. Authentic learning can be significantly supported by bots to help self-guided ...
The state of play in New Zealand: research on diversity and boards of directors
(University of Technology Sydney, 2013)
Fast decoding algorithms for coded aperture systems
Fast decoding algorithms are described for a number of established coded aperture systems. The fast decoding algorithms for all these systems offer significant reductions in the number of calculations required when ...
Authentic, immersive, and emotional experience in virtual learning environments: the fear of dying as an important learning experience in a simulation
(The University of Western Australia, 2014)
This paper is about the role of authenticity and emotion to aid learning in immersive virtual environments; in particular the occupational health and safety in the operations and supply chain industry. With the introduction ...
Comparing theories to explain exercise behaviour: a socio-cognitive approach
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Consumer education plays an important role in cultivating the beliefs that exercise helps to improve one¡¦s health status. In this vein, a solid theoretical model that provides insight into what motivates exercise participation ...
The impact of NYSE closure on global market liquidity
(Auckland Centre for Financial research, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
This paper examines the impact of NYSE closure on equity trading of cross-listed and non-cross-listed stocks. We argue that the US equity market is an important source of information and its closure will affect liquidity ...
Does buyer-seller similarity affect buyer satisfaction with the seller firm?
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
With the increased reliance on diverse markets in multi-cultural contexts, the role that similarity can play in the relationship between a salesperson and a buyer is receiving increased attention. Similarity is regarded ...
Design for compliance: what would a strategic compliance operation look like?
(Tangible Media, 2014)
The following article is a summary of a research project that sought to understand what strategic compliance at Auckland Council would be, as a part of the Auckland University of Technology Master of Business Administration ...
Egalitarian myths in New Zealand: a review of public opinion data on inequality and redistribution
(New Zealand Sociology, 2013)
Economic inequality in developed western countries, including New Zealand, is a pressing social issue. Besides concerns of fairness, current high levels of inequality are associated with a range of socially damaging ...
The cross-listing decision and the home bias in international equity investments
(The Indonesian Financial Management Association (IFMA), 2013)
This paper examines the relationship between the choice of the destination market for cross-listing and the home bias of investors. We use two measures of home bias, the domestic bias (the degree of overinvestment in the ...