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  • Using formal models to design user interfaces a case study

    Bowen, Judy; Reeves, Steve (British Computer Society, 2007)
    The use of formal models for user interface design can provide a number of benefits. It can help to ensure consistency across designs for multiple platforms, prove properties such as reachability and completeness and, ...
  • Using Foucault’s notions of discourse to explore and research child sexuality

    Flanagan, Paul G. (2019)
    “The object, in short, is to define the regime of power-knowledge-pleasure that sustains the discourse on human sexuality in our part of the world” (Foucault, 1978/1990, p. 11). Ideas of sexuality and ideas of childhood ...
  • Using groundwater for hydro electric power generation

    Bardsley, W. Earl (The New Zealand Hydrological Society, 1995)
    Controlled groundwater abstraction could be used to offset the effects of drought by augmenting river discharge for power generation during times of low natural flows, such as occurred in New Zealand during the winter of ...
  • Using honey in wound care

    Molan, Peter C. (Essential Oil Resource Consultants, 2006)
    Honey is primarily a herbal product with some modifications that are made by the bees that process the nectar or sap collected from the plants to store as honey. The types of phytochemicals present in a honey depend on the ...
  • Using honey to heal diabetic foot ulcers

    Molan, Peter C.; Betts, J.A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008)
    Diabetic ulcers seem to be arrested in the inflammatory/proliferative stage of the healing process, allowing infection and inflammation to preclude healing. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have become a major cause of ...
  • Using keyphrases as search result surrogates on small screen devices

    Jones, Steve; Jones, Matt; Deo, Shaleen (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2003-09)
    This paper investigates user interpretation of search result displays on small screen devices. Such devices present interesting design challenges given their limited display capabilities, particularly in relation to screen ...
  • Using Koi Carp to Produce Fish Silage

    Oulavallickal, Tifany (University of Waikato, 2010)
    The natural environment of New Zealand is a highly cherished and important factor of the country. Introduced koi carp is considered a pest in New Zealand because it has a deleterious effect on fresh water systems. Hence ...
  • Using loops observed in Traceroute to infer the ability to Spoof

    Lone, Qasim; Luckie, Matthew John; Korczyński, Maciej; van Eeten, Michel (Springer, 2017)
    Despite source IP address spoofing being a known vulnerability for at least 25 years, and despite many efforts to shed light on the problem, spoofing remains a popular attack method for redirection, amplification, and ...
  • Using machine learning techniques to track individuals & their fitness activities

    Reichherzer, Thomas; Timm, Mikayla; Earley, Nathan; Reyes, Nathaniel; Kumar, Vimal (ISCA, 2017)
    The use of wearable devices for fitness and health tracking is on an upward curve with a range of devices now available from a number of manufacturers. The devices work with smart devices to exchange data via Bluetooth ...
  • Using management students as markers in engineering project papers

    Scott, Jonathan B.; Khoo, Elaine G.L.; Cree, Michael J.; Seshadri, Sinduja (2017)
    This presentation reports on the value of a new assessment strategy in a final year project-based engineering paper. This assessment strategy is aimed to enhance students learning more efficient and effective selfmanagement ...
  • Using micro-mechanical modelling to predict short-fibre composite properties in computer-aided design of sporting equipment

    Ewart, Paul; Verbeek, Casparus Johan R. (Springer, 2010)
    Computer-aided design (CAD) of sporting equipment requires knowledge of the mechanical properties of proposed materials. The mechanical properties of composite materials are often not as simple to obtain as those of ...
  • Using Microsimulation to Maximise Scarce Survey Data: Applications for Catchment Scale Modelling and Policy Analysis

    Ramilan, Thiagarajah; Scrimgeour, Frank; Marsh, Dan (Springer, 2011)
    Microsimulation can be used to extend the use of scarce survey resources by creating simulated populations whose characteristics are close to those of the real population. The technique involves merging detailed survey ...
  • Using mobile learning in free-choice educational settings to enhance ecological literacy

    Aguayo Corvalan, Claudio; Eames, Chris W. (2017)
    This article presents the case for using mobile technologies to facilitate the integration of classroom and outside-of-classroom learning experiences designed to enhance the ecological literacy of primary school students ...
  • Using mobile phones in support of student learning in secondary science inquiry classrooms

    Khoo, Elaine G.L.; Otrel-Cass, Kathrin (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2017)
    This paper reports on findings from a research project concerned with how electronic networking tools (e-networked tools), such as the Internet, online forums, and mobile technologies, can support authentic science inquiry ...
  • Using model trees for classification

    Frank, Eibe; Wang, Yong; Inglis, Stuart J.; Holmes, Geoffrey; Witten, Ian H. (1997-04)
    Model trees, which are a type of decision tree with linear regression functions at the leaves, form the basis of a recent successful technique for predicting continuous numeric values. They can be applied to classification ...
  • Using Motion Controllers in Virtual Conferencing

    Dean, Jesse Joseph Busch (University of Waikato, 2012)
    At the end of 2010 Microsoft released a new controller for the Xbox 360 called Kinect. Unlike ordinary video game controllers, the Kinect works by detecting the positions and movements of a user’s entire body using the ...
  • Using multiplication and division contexts to build place-value understanding

    Young-Loveridge, Jennifer; Bicknell, Brenda (International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI), 2015)
    The paper describes a study with five-year-old children to explore how multiplication and division problems helped them to develop early place-value understanding. Two teachers taught a series of focussed lessons over two ...
  • Using narrative as a tool to locate and challenge pre service teacher bodies in health and physical education

    McMahon, Jennifer Ann; Penney, Dawn (2013)
    This paper reports on research that has explored the use of narrative as a pedagogical tool in pre service teacher education. Specifically, we pursue the use of narrative to engage with pre service teachers’ embodied ...
  • Using narrative inquiry to explore mathematics curriculum

    Bailey, Judy (NZCER Press, 2008)
    Curriculum can be interpreted broadly to include not only what is taught but how a subject is taught or enacted. Over recent years reflection has become an accepted practice as educators seek to develop their awareness ...
  • Using narratives in conferences to improve the CMC learning environment

    Ritchie, Garth; Peters, Sally (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2001)
    This paper reports on the use of short stories in Internet discussions to promote student learning. It describes off-campus teacher education students CMC discussions of short stories concerning issues in human development. ...