• Cultural diversity and tax compliance of SME entrepreneurs

      Yong, SE (Australasian Tax Teachers Association (ATTA), 2012)
      Despite the economic importance of the tax collection process undertaken by SMEs, little is known about their tax compliance behaviour, particularly in relation to cultural factors. With the increasing cultural diversity ...
    • Cultural obstacles to the implementation of IFRS-converged Chinese Accounting Standards

      Xu, GJ (Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Craig School of Business, California State University, 2014)
      The purpose of this study is to investigate the cultural and educational issues affecting the implementation of the IFRS-based accounting standards in China. The IASB has a goal to develop a single set of principle-based ...
    • Cultural relevance in sustainable product design and development

      Yap, L; Maringka, P (Hong Kong Design Centre, 2010)
      This paper details a culture-centric approach to shift design thinking and practices away from the ongoing unsustainable production of goods and services, that are unfit for the human conditions in poor countries and the ...
    • Currency security and forensics: a survey

      J. Chambers; Yan, W-Q; Garhwal, A; Kankanhalli, M (Springer, 2013)
      By its definition, the word currency refers to an agreed medium for exchange, a nation’s currency is the formal medium enforced by the elected governing entity. Throughout history, issuers have faced one common threat: ...
    • Curvature dependence of propagating velocity for a simplified calcium model

      Zhang, W (arXiv.org, 2014)
      It is known that curvature relation plays a key role in the propagation of two-dimensional waves in an excitable model. Such a relation is believed to obey the eikonal equation for typical excitable models (e.g., the ...
    • Curved layer fused deposition modeling

      Singamneni, S; Diegel, O; Huang, B; Gibson, I; Chowdhury, R (Sabinet, 2010)
      Current Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technologies deposit material as flat layers. The result is a “stair-case” effect on non-vertical or horizontal surfaces, and compromised part strength because of weakness between ...
    • Curved layer fused deposition modeling in conductive polymer additive manufacturing

      Diegel, O; Singamneni, S; Huang, B; Gibson, I (Trans Tech Publications, 2011)
      This paper describes a curved-layer additive manufacturing technology that has the potential to print plastic components with integral conductive polymer electronic circuits. Researchers at AUT University in New Zealand ...
    • Custom 3-D Printed Nasal Mask for Measuring Nasal Airflow: A Cost Effective Method with Design Flexibility

      White, DE; Shakeel, M.; Bartley, J.; Makinson, D.; Whittington, C. (MedCrave, 2017)
      The nasal cycle controls the balance between heat and water fluxes and enables cells and glands to rest and recharge. Nasal drying is reported frequently during nasal applied CPAP in sleep apnoea patients. There is no ...
    • Customer characteristics, intangible relationship value and new product success

      Glynn, MS; Baxter, R; Tashakov, V (IESEG School of Management, 2014)
      Customers can contribute to the success of new product development based on their characteristics such as their potential attractiveness as a customer and intangibles such as their willingness to adopt new products and ...
    • CVSS: A Cloud Based Visual Surveillance System

      Yan, W-Q; Yu, J; Shu, Y; Zhou, L (IGI Global, 2018)
      A large amount of surveillance videos and images need sufficient storage. In this article, an architecture of cloud-based surveillance systems and its modules will be designed, the Cloud-based Visual Surveillance System ...
    • Data accumulation and software effort prediction

      MacDonell, SG; Shepperd, M (IEEE Computer Society Press, 2010)
      BACKGROUND: In reality project managers are constrained by the incremental nature of data collection. Specifically, project observations are accumulated one project at a time. Likewise within-project data are accumulated ...
    • Data and Process Modelling: Investigating the Gap Between Education and Industry Expectations in New Zealand

      Taneja, V; Senapathi, M (The Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ), 2016)
      This poster represents the current research whose main objective is to investigate if there exists a gap between what is currently taught in a typical System Analysis and Design Undergraduate course in New Zealand universities ...
    • Data guided approach to generate multi-dimensional schema for targeted knowledge discovery

      Pears, RL; Usman, M; Fong, A; Usman, M; Pears, RL; Fong, A (Australian Computer Society (ACS), 2012)
      Data mining and data warehousing are two key technologies which have made significant contributions to the field of knowledge discovery in a variety of domains. More recently, the integrated use of traditional data mining ...
    • Data mining methods to generate severe wind gust models

      Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P (MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland., 2014)
      Gaining knowledge on weather patterns, trends and the influence of their extremes on various crop production yields and quality continues to be a quest by scientists, agriculturists, and managers. Precise and timely ...
    • Data Mining Methods to Generate Severe Wind Gust Models

      Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P (MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland., 2014)
      Gaining knowledge on weather patterns, trends and the influence of their extremes on various crop production yields and quality continues to be a quest by scientists, agriculturists, and managers. Precise and timely ...
    • Data mining techniques for analysing the weather patterns in Kumeu multi-sensor data

      Shanmuganathan, S (AUT University, 2013)
      The paper investigates an approach consisting of data mining techniques namely, rule extraction and prediction, to finding any existing interesting patterns not possible by other means, embedded in meteorological data ...
    • Data provenance and management in Radio Astronomy: a stream computing approach

      Mahmoud, M; Ensor, A; Biem, A; Elmegreen, B; and Gulyaev, S (Springer, 2011)
      New approaches for data provenance and data management (DPDM) are required for mega science projects like the Square Kilometer Array, characterized by extremely large data volume and intense data rates, therefore demanding ...
    • Data provenance and management in radio astronomy: a stream computing approach

      Mahmoud, MS; Ensor, A; Biem, A; Elmegreen, B; Gulyaev, S (Springer, 2013)
      New approaches for data provenance and data management (DPDM) are required for mega science projects like the Square Kilometer Array, characterized by extremely large data volume and intense data rates, therefore demanding ...
    • Data quality in empirical software engineering: a targeted review

      Bosu, MF; MacDonell, SG (ACM, 2013)
      Context: The utility of prediction models in empirical software engineering (ESE) is heavily reliant on the quality of the data used in building those models. Several data quality challenges such as noise, incompleteness, ...
    • Data stream mining for predicting software build outcomes using source code metrics

      Finlay, J; Pears, R; Connor, AM (Elsevier, 2014)
      Context: Software development projects involve the use of a wide range of tools to produce a software artifact. Software repositories such as source control systems have become a focus for emergent research because they ...