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  • Decolonising professional learning: Weaving a whānau of interest

    Pennicott, Katie (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Raranga (weaving) has been described as an act of decolonisation and resistance. In my experience, learning to weave was more than an act of learning the tikanga (rituals) and methods with which to weave flax and tukutuku ...
  • The social-psychological processes of supply chain learning: A dyadic perspective

    Liyanage, Harishani Lasanthi (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Today’s dynamic and complex supply chain contexts require supply chain actors to continuously learn. Hence, this research explores the fundamentals of effective supply chain learning, which presents in the extant literature ...
  • ‘Pakeha Bill’: William John Mcclear, a Pakeha who lived at Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Born in Ireland to a Scottish soldier named McAleer, McClear, as he would re-name himself, was uncertain of his age, his birthplace, and the spelling of his name – for, like his parents, he was illiterate. After his drunken ...
  • Rotorua Geothermal Field - Management, Monitoring and Surface Features [Field Trip FT3]

    Cody, Ashley D. (University of Waikato, 2001)
    We will depart Hamilton at 8 am and drive to Rotorua via Highways 1 and 5 across the Mamaku Plateau. We will met up with the trip leader, Ashley Cody at Kuirau Park at approximately 9.30 am. People should have old footwear ...
  • Model checking for cloud autoscaling using WATERS

    van Zijl, Martin (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    This thesis investigates the use of formal methods to verify cloud system designs against Service Level Agreements (SLAs), towards providing guarantees under uncertainty. We used WATERS (the Waikato Analysis Toolkit for ...

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