• Wages and conditions of Clinical Coders in New Zealand: a report of surveys conducted in 1998 and 2004

      Douglas, J. (AUT Faculty of Business, 2004)
      This report reports on surveys on the wages and conditions of Clinical Coders in New Zealand’s public health sector undertaken in 1998 and 2004. Human Resource Managers in Crown Health Enterprises in 1998 and District ...
    • Waikato 2011 centile charts for assessment of time to run 550m [Microsoft Excel workbook]

      Rush, Elaine; Obolonkin, Victor (2014)
      Centile charts show the position of a measurement compared to a reference population. They are useful for comparing measurements that change with growth and time for an individual or a group. The time to run 550 m was ...
    • Wake up New Zealand: duties' reform responses to the GFC

      Cassidy, J (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Walking to the shops: desired but how doable?

      Mudge, S; Monachino, G (Physiotherapy New Zealand, 2013)
      The average community walking distance is often cited to be 300 metres and increases if more than one task is performed. On average, disabled older adults complete one task per trip whereas healthy older adults undertake ...
    • Warkworth 12-m VLBI Station: WARK12M

      Gulyaev, S; Natusch, T; Weston, S; Collett, D; Palmer, N (AUT University; NASA Technical Publication, 2011)
      This report summarizes the geodetic VLBI activities in New Zealand in 2010. It provides geographical and technical details of WARK12M - the new IVS network station operated by the Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space ...
    • Was the Supreme Court Right to Change the Law on the Right to a Speedy Trial?

      Sirota, L (The Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta, 2017)
      In R v Jordan, the Supreme Court of Canada held, by a 5-4 majority and over the vigorous disagreement of the concurrence, that criminal prosecutions in which a trial does not conclude by a set deadline will be presumed to ...
    • Watching (out for) each other: the role of clan controls in managing project teams

      Singh, H (Academy of Management, 2008)
      The article discusses the concept of clan control and its usefulness for managing teams in the workplace. The drawbacks of using traditional command and control systems for the management of business teams are noted. The ...
    • Water: Neglected, Unappreciated and Under Researched

      Rush, EC (Nature Publishing Group (NPG), 2013)
      Water, an essential nutrient, is often ignored in reports of dietary surveys and nutrition. Although it is ubiquitous in foods and beverages, the attention is often focused on the minerals or calorific values of the fluids ...
    • Wave-induced H2S flux sustains a chemoautotrophic symbiosis

      Vopel, K; Thistle, D; Ott, J; Bright, M; Roy, H (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), 2005)
      Symbioses involving sulfur-oxidizing bacteria and invertebrate hosts require a source of reduced sulfur, a source of O-2, and transport mechanisms that ensure them a supply of both. We investigated these mechanisms using ...
    • WDN-RBF: weighted data normalization for radial basic function type neural networks

      Song, Q.; Kasabov, N (IEEE, 2004)
      This paper introduces an approach of Weighted Data Normalization (WDN) for Radial Basis Function (RBF) type of neural networks. It presents also applications for medical decision support systems. The WDN method optimizes ...
    • Weak continuity properties of topologized groups

      Cao, J (AUT University, 2008)
      A topologized group is simply a group (G, ·) equipped with a topology t. The question as to when a topologized group (G, ·, t) is a topological group has been studied by many authors in the literature. In the recent work ...
    • A Wearable Haptic Game Controller

      Foottit, J; Brown, D; Marks, S; Connor, AM (AIRCC Publishing Corporation, 2016)
      This paper outlines the development of a wearable game controller incorporating vibrotacticle haptic feedback that provides a low cost, versatile and intuitive interface for controlling digital games. The device differs ...
    • Web structure mining of dynamic pages

      Naeem, MA (Faculty of Computer & Emerging Sciences, Balochistan University of Information Technology and Management Sciences, Quetta, 2006)
      Web structure mining in static web contents decreases the accuracy of mined outcomes and affects the quality of decision making activity. By structure mining in web hidden data, the accuracy ratio of mined outcomes can be ...
    • A Web-based Intervention for Abused Women: The New Zealand Isafe Randomised Controlled Trial Protocol

      Koziol-McLain, J; Vandal, AC; Nada-Raja, S; Wilson, DL; Glass, NE; Eden, KB; McLean, C; Dobbs, T; Case, J (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Background: Intimate partner violence (IPV) and its associated negative mental health consequences are significant for women in New Zealand and internationally. One of the most widely recommended interventions is ...
    • Web-based vital signs monitoring and early warning/ detection system for hospitalised older adult patients

      Baig, MM; GholamHosseini, H; Connolly, MJ; Sabouri, P (Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ), 2013)
      Advanced engineering and information technology combined with medical and clinical knowledge enable evolutionary solutions for remote, wireless and continuous monitoring of vital signs. Such approach facilitates implementation ...
    • What accuracy statistics really measure

      Kitchenham, B; Pickard, L; MacDonell, SG; Shepperd, MJ (IEEE, 2001)
      Provides the software estimation research community with a better understanding of the meaning of, and relationship between, two statistics that are often used to assess the accuracy of predictive models: the mean magnitude ...
    • What affects team behavior? Preliminary linguistic analysis of communications in the Jazz repository

      Licorish, SA; MacDonell, SG (IEEE Computer Society PressAUT University, 2012)
      There is a growing belief that understanding and addressing the human processes employed during software development is likely to provide substantially more value to industry than yet more recommendations for the implementation ...
    • What are the associations between neighborhood walkability and sedentary time in New Zealand adults? The URBAN cross-sectional study

      Hinckson, E; Cerin, E; Mavoa, S; Smith, M; Badland, H; Witten, K; Kearns, R; Schofield, G (BMJ Journals, 2017)
      Objectives We estimated associations between objectively determined neighbourhood ‘walkability’ attributes and accelerometer-derived sedentary time (ST) by sex, city or type of day. Design A cross-sectional study. Setting ...
    • What Are the Outcomes and Views of People With Mobility Limitations After Participating in a Community Circuit Group?

      Stavric, V; Mudge, S; Robinson, L; Rewa, M (New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Inc, 2017)
      Increasing services are addressing the needs of people living with long term conditions. The purpose of this observational study was to determine the impact of community circuit classes on balance and mobility of individuals ...
    • What are we saying when we talk about corporate governance?

      Ingley, C; Carroll, B; Inkson, K; Levy, L (Henley Business School, Reading University, 2013)
      The paper analyses the discourses of corporate board members with regard to their world-views of governance and the influence that their collective mind-sets might have on the wider practice of governance. The metaphors ...