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This Research Commons Community contains research from General Staff at the University of Waikato.

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  • Schweer, Andrea; Mutter, Stefan; Özkundakci, Deniz (2013)
    This presentation describes how we are adapting DSpace to build LERNZdb, a repository for storing and disseminating New Zealand freshwater quality data. While the original intention in this project was to build a database ...
  • Schweer, Andrea; Barr, Jenni; Congdon, Deirdre; Symes, Megan (2015)
    This poster presents a content reporting add-on to DSpace, developed for AgResearch Ltd by the IRR support team at the University of Waikato's Information Technology Services Division. We outline the motivation for developing ...
  • Miller, Kate; Murdoch, Craig; Schweer, Andrea (2015)
    While self-submission by academics was regarded as the ideal way to add content to Open Repositories in the early days of such systems, the reality today is that many institutional repositories obtain their content ...
  • Brown, Allison; Lockett, Andrew; Murdoch, Craig; Miller, Kate; Schweer, Andrea (2012)
    The Library Consortium of New Zealand has run an Institutional Research Repository Project for three universities and one institute of technology in New Zealand since 2006. After a brief introduction to the context in which ...
  • Friggens, David; Groves, Lindsay (Australian Computer Society Inc, 2014)
    Canonical abstraction is a static analysis technique that represents states as 3-valued logical structures, and is able to construct finite representations of systems with infinite statespaces for verification. The granularity ...
  • Schweer, Andrea; Hinze, Annika (2007)
    People of all ages and backgrounds are prone to forgetting information, even about their personal experiences. Existing systems to support people in remembering such information either continuously record a person’s ...
  • Bydder, Jillene; Franks, Rachel (Popular Culture Association of Australian and New Zealand, 2013)
    The 1920s, frequently referred to as the ‘Roaring Twenties’ or the ‘Jazz Age’, are often associated with opulent lifestyles and the emergence of striking fashion and furniture trends. Themes in the history of women in crime ...
  • Bowen, Judy; Reeves, Steve; Schweer, Andrea (2013)
    Running user evaluation studies is a useful way of getting feedback on partially or fully implemented software systems. Unlike hypothesis-based testing (where specific design decisions can be tested or comparisons made ...
  • Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bydder, Jillene (ACM, 2009)
    We are in the early stages of developing a unique physical and digital record of New Zealand's early experience of the Internet.
  • Campion, Michelle Edith; Coleborne, Catharine; Prebble, Kate (Half Court Press Ltd, 2012)
    Tokanui was the first hospital to be built entirely to the villa design, and as such, its physically separate wards presented considerable opportunity for the classification and treatment of patients. Piecing together ...
  • Campion, Michelle Edith (Half Court Press Ltd, 2012)
    When it was established early in the twentieth century, Tokanui became part of a network of mental hospitals that were responsible for the care and confinement of the insane and the mentally deficient. At the time of its ...
  • Medelyan, Olena; Perrone, Vye; Witten, Ian H. (ACM, 2010)
    Selecting subject headings and keywords is a chore for all metadata editors, who often leave these fields blank or incomplete—even when there are no guidelines and any word or phrase can be chosen. For example, tags are ...

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