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  • The application of machine learning techniques to time-series data

    Mitchell, R. Scott (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1995-05)
    "Knowledge discovery" is one of the most recent and fastest growing fields of research in computer science. It combines techniques from machine learning and database technology to find and extract meaningful knowledge from ...
  • Applications for bibliometric research in the emerging digital library

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Vallabh, Mahendra (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1995-05)
    A large amount of research literature has recently become available on the Internet through "digital libraries". This migration of information from paper to electronic media promises to have a huge impact on the way that ...
  • Applications of machine learning in information retrieval

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Littin, James; Witten, Ian H. (Department of Computer Science, University of Waik, 1997-02)
    Information retrieval systems provide access to collections of thousands, or millions, of documents, from which, by providing an appropriate description, users can recover any one. Typically, users iteratively refine the ...
  • Applying machine learning to agricultural data

    McQueen, Robert J.; Garner, Stephen R.; Nevill-Manning, Craig G.; Witten, Ian H. (1994-07)
    Many techniques have been developed for abstracting, or "learning," rules and relationships from diverse data sets, in the hope that machines can help in the often tedious and error-prone process of acquiring knowledge ...
  • Applying machine learning to subject classification and subject description for information retrieval

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Summers, Brent (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1995-06)
    This paper describes an experiment in applying standard supervised machine learning algorithms (C4.5 and Induct) to the problem of developing subject classification rules for documents. These algorithms are found to produce ...
  • Applying propositional learning algorithms to multi-instance data

    Frank, Eibe; Xu, Xin (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2003-06)
    Multi-instance learning is commonly tackled using special-purpose algorithms. Development of these algorithms has started because early experiments with standard propositional learners have failed to produce satisfactory ...
  • ApproXFILTER - an approximative XML filter

    Michel, Yann-Rudolf; Hinze, Annika (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 2005-01-01)
    Publish/subscribe systems filter published documents and inform their subscribers about documents matching their interests. Recent systems have focussed on documents or messages sent in XML format. Subscribers have to be ...
  • Arbitrary boolean advertisements: the final step in supporting the boolean publish/subscribe model

    Bittner, Sven; Hinze, Annika (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 2006-06-01)
    Publish/subscribe systems allow for an efficient filtering of incoming information. This filtering is based on the specifications of subscriber interests, which are registered with the system as subscriptions. Publishers ...
  • The architecture of an optimistic CPU: the WarpEngine

    Cleary, John G.; Pearson, Murray W.; Kinawi, Husam (1994-07)
    The architecture for an optimistic, highly parallel, scalable, shared memory CPU - the WarpEngine - is described. The WarpEngine CPU allows for parallelism down to the level of single instructions and is tolerant of memory ...
  • The architecture of an optimistic CPU: the WarpEngine

    Cleary, John G.; Pearson, Murray W.; Kinawi, Husam (1994-09)
    The architecture for a shared memory CPU is described. The CPU allows for parallelism down to the level of single instructions and is tolerant of memory latency. All executable instructions and memory accesses are time ...
  • The Aroha block from 1880 onwards

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    With the discovery of gold in 1880 and the pressure to open the land for mining, there was a need to determine the boundaries of the Ngati Rahiri reserves and to subdivide these amongst the owners. As well, terms for paying ...
  • The Aroha block to 1879

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Te Aroha was valued by Maori because of its strategic position as well as its healing hot springs, while Pakeha anticipated acquiring a large area (which shrank in size once surveyed) of fertile farming land. Before the ...
  • The Aroha gold mining company, formed to work the prospectors’ claim at Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Because of high expectations for the Prospectors’ Claim, high prices for shares were paid even before the company was established on 22 November 1880 on terms very favourable for the vendors. Some observers felt it should ...
  • ASEAN-New Zealand trade relations and trade potential

    Bano, Sayeeda (The University of Waikato, Waikato Management School, 2010-04)
    This paper explores trade development by the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) with a particular reference to New Zealand and in the context of free trade agreements and partnerships. It describes the history ...
  • An assessment of the benefits of cleaner streams: A New Zealand case study

    Marsh, Dan; Mkwara, Lena (Waikato Management School, 2010-10)
    Water pollution is now considered to be one of the most important environmental issues facing New Zealand. Water quality in rivers, lakes and streams is generally falling alongside the increase in farming intensity, ...
  • Asymmetric adjustment of unemployment and output in New Zealand: Rediscovering Okun’s law

    Harris, Richard; Silverstone, Brian (Department of Economics, University of Waikato, 2000-05)
    Okun's law - the relationship between unemployment and output - is one of the best known empirical regularities in macroeconomics. It is an important relationship because the way in which unemployment reacts to changes in ...
  • Atomic components

    Reeves, Steve; Streader, David (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2004-02)
    There has been much interest in components that combine the best of state-based and event-based approaches. The interface of a component can be thought of as its specification and substituting components with the same ...
  • Attributing returns and optimising United States swaps portfolios using an intertemporally-consistent and arbitrage-free model of the yield curve

    Krippner, Leo (2005-03)
    This paper uses the volatility-adjusted orthonormalised Laguerre polynomial model of the yield curve (the VAO model) from Krippner (2005), an intertemporally-consistent and arbitrage-free version of the popular Nelson and ...
  • The Auckland smelting company

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Mining in the Tui portion of the Te Aroha field was revived in 1948 by Benjamin John Dunsheath, a small businessman who had owned several private companies, none of them very successful, in a career marked by dubious ...
  • Audit committees and internal auditors: Using LMX for relationship analysis

    Osman, Mohammad Noor Hisham; Van Peursem, Karen A.; Eggleton, Ian R.C. (Waikato Management School, 2008-04)
    The purpose of this paper is to provide a theoretically-informed meaning for the ‘quality of the audit committee-internal auditor relationship’ construct and to provide a new instrument for its measure. Leader-Member ...