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  • Booth, A (The Asian Migrations Research Theme, the University of Otago; 2014)
    This paper focuses on cultural economy, the “set of socio-economic relations that enable cultural activities” (Pratt, 2008, p. 49). It examines the production and representation of culture as a function of the economic ...
  • Stringer, P; Saqr, S; Tennant, L (Quest Journals Inc; 2014)
    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is on the path to becoming a knowledge economy and the role women play as pioneers and innovators, not only in their own society but, also, in the global community is strongly advocated [1]. ...
  • Moon, P (Te Akatea Maori Principals Association; 2014)
    This keynote presentation will examine the trail of events and accidents that led to the sudden decision by British officials in 1839 that a treaty would be needed for New Zealand. It will then follow the incidents right ...
  • Hussain, W; Clear, T (IEEE; 2014)
    Globally distributed stakeholders employ various collaborative technologies to manage requirements. While these technologies facilitate requirements collaboration, their perceived purpose, use and structure co-evolve over ...
  • Singh, S; Corner, T (Academy of Management (AOM); 2014)
    The paper examines how spirituality affected entrepreneurs’ experience of venture failure and its aftermath. Failure is an important but under-researched part of the entrepreneurial process. We implement a qualitative, ...
  • Singh, S; Corner, T; Pavlovich, K (Elsevier; 2014)
    This paper implements a qualitative, narrative approach to investigate entrepreneurs' personal experience of stigma associated with venture failure. Findings draw on the lived experience of 12 entrepreneurs and tell a ...
  • Klymchuk, S; Zverkova, T (Horwood Publishing; 2001)
    The aim of this study was to find out what university students, studying mathematics as a service course, think about the role of the mathematical modelling process and application problems in their studies. For this purpose ...
  • Klymchuk, S (Taylor & Francis; 2014)
    The paper describes a personal experience with using counterexamples as a pedagogical strategy in the teaching and learning of an introductory calculus course at a university of technology.
  • Pais, S; Talbot, A; Connor, AM (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ); 2009)
    This paper examines the perceived research-practice gap in software requirements engineering, with a particular focus on requirements specification and modelling. Various contributions by researchers to write requirements ...
  • Connor, AM; Siringoringo, WS; Clements, N; Alexander, N (National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ); 2007)
    This paper details the development of a relationship between Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the Building Integration Software Company (bisco) and how projects have been initiated that add value to the bisco ...
  • Stringer, P; Edwards, W (Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA); 2008)
    Capacity building is now mentioned synonymously with school improvement in much of the literature with an absence of debate on the implications of political, social and economic trends. The paper explores capacity building ...
  • Clarkson, PJ; Connor, AM; Melo, AF (Cambridge University Engineering Department; 1999)
    This paper presents an overview of a dynamic guidance tool that has been developed to address a need for design support in the aerospace sector. The tool, called signposting, provides the means of directing activity by ...
  • Sinfield, D (Common Ground Publishing LLC; 2014)
    There is no disputing the fact that the Auckland Central Business District (C.B.D) is well positioned within the multinational corporate world community. While walking through the streets of Auckland’s C.B.D, one could ...
  • Connor, AM (Mechanisms & Machines Research Group, Liverpool John Moores University; 1997)
    This thesis presents a novel design methodology for the synthesis of hybrid mechanisms using Genetic Algorithms. GAs are a search and optimisation method which model the mechanics of population genetics to give a truly ...
  • Connor, AM; Martin, M; Joe, S (AIRCC Publishing Corporation; 2014)
    This article introduces a framework for automatically extracting knowledge from student blogs and injecting it into a shared resource, namely a Wiki. This is motivated by the need to preserve knowledge generated by students ...
  • McGregor, J (International Sociological Association (ISA); 2014)
    New Zealand enjoys an impressive reputation for gender equality. It was the first self- governing nation to grant women’s suffrage in 1893 and scores highly in international indexes such as the World Economic Forum’s Global ...
  • Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Ara Poutama, the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development, Auckland University of Technology; 2014)
    Just when Tongan Democratic Party leader ‘Akilisi Pohiva stumped the public by saying he admired Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama because “he has been able to make things happen and take development to the people,” ...
  • Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Ara Poutama, the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development, Auckland University of Technology; 2014)
    The House thanks God that the king is still in good health, and the Monarch is still in control of the affairs of the country. We thank god for the assistance to Tonga from donor countries (Lord Lasike cited in Matangi ...
  • Naeem, M; Bajwa, IS; Amin, R-U; Choudhary, MA (University of Lahore; 2006)
    A web smart space is an intelligent environment which has additional capability of searching the information smartly and efficiently. New advancements like dynamic web contents generation has increased the size of web ...
  • Naeem, M; Dobbie, G; Weber, G (Australian Computer Society; 2012)
    Stream-based join algorithms are needed in modern near-real-time data warehouses. A particular class of stream-based join algorithms, with MESHJOIN as a typical example, computes the join between a stream and a disk-based ...

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