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  • Sites of power: Documentary ethics and representation of child abuse

    Visage, Anthea Nadine (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    New Zealand has one of the highest child abuse rates in the developed world. Discourses about child abuse are stigmatised, and this stigma thrives in silence. Documentary films provide a unique site of power in which child ...
  • Interpretable deep learning for surgical tool management

    Rodrigues, Mark; Mayo, Michael; Patros, Panos (Springer, 2021)
    This paper presents a novel convolutional neural network framework for multi-level classification of surgical tools. Our classifications are obtained from multiple levels of the model, and high accuracy is obtained by ...
  • Adaptive management under the RMA: the tension between finality and flexibility

    Giles, Hilke; Barton, Barry (University of Auckland, 2020)
    Adaptive management is commonly used to manage activities that require resource consents under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) that have uncertain, complex and potentially significant environmental effects. This ...
  • Graph Convolutional LSTM model for traffic delay prediction with uncertainty

    Townsend, Dale (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Traffic flow in an urban environment exhibits a complex spatio-temporal in- teraction. The propogation of traffic flow through a transportation network depends on a number of factors, including the structure of the network ...
  • A history of Māori literacy success

    Derby, Melissa (2021)
    This article explores literacy in 19th century Māori society, and in particular, this work considers the initial interactions Māori tribal groups had with literacy following contact with British settlers. The overarching ...

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