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  • Multiple intelligences: fashionable or foundational?

    Scapens, Mennie (Mary-Ann); Fraser, Deborah (NZCER Press, 2005)
    Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) has been well received by many educators. Most of the literature on MI, however, concentrates on the primary school sector. This article considers the implications of MI for ...
  • Multiple range imaging camera operation with minimal performance impact

    Whyte, Refael Z.; Payne, Andrew D.; Dorrington, Adrian A.; Cree, Michael J. (SPIE, 2010)
    Time-of-flight range imaging cameras operate by illuminating a scene with amplitude modulated light and measuring the phase shift of the modulation envelope between the emitted and reflected light. Object distance can then ...
  • Multiple reading: text and theory

    Moffat, Kirstine (New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English, 2009-10)
    It was with great pleasure that I accepted an invitation to run a workshop at the recent NZATE Conference. The topic of my session was an overview of the use of literary theory in the teaching of English and that same focus ...
  • Multiple return separation for a full-field ranger via continuous waveform modelling

    Godbaz, John Peter; Cree, Michael J.; Dorrington, Adrian A. (SPIE and IS&T, 2009)
    We present two novel Poisson noise Maximum Likelihood based methods for identifying the individual returns within mixed pixels for Amplitude Modulated Continuous Wave rangers. These methods use the convolutional relationship ...
  • The multiple roles of participative budgeting on job performance

    Chong, Vincent; Eggleton, Ian R.C.; Leong, Michele (JAI Press, 2006)
    This paper examines the multiple roles (i.e., cognitive, motivational and value attainment) of participative budgeting and the combined effects of these three roles on subordinates’ job performance. Specifically, this paper ...
  • Multiple senses of community among older Chinese migrants to New Zealand

    Li, Wendy Wen; Hodgetts, Darrin; Sonn, Christopher (Wiley, 2014)
    Existing literature suggests that successful ageing is linked to a sense of community (SOC) that is developed through shared daily practices. For migrant groups, SOC can extend across home and receiving countries. In order ...
  • Multiple small monthly doses of dicyandiamide (DCD) did not reduce denitrification in Waikato dairy pasture

    Watkins, Natalie Lisa; Schipper, Louis A.; Sparling, Graham P.; Thorrold, Bruce; Balks, Megan R. (Royal Society of New Zealand, 2013)
    The effectiveness of multiple small doses of the nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) to decrease denitrification under warm moist conditions was tested in a 1-year field trial on a grazed dairy pasture. DCD was ...
  • Multiple viewpoint systems for music prediction

    Witten, Ian H.; Conklin, Darrell (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1993)
    This paper examines the prediction and generation of music using a multiple viewpoint system, a collection of independent views of the musical surface each of which models a specific type of musical phenomena. Both the ...
  • Multiply perfect numbers of low abundancy

    Zhou, Qizhi (University of Waikato, 2010)
    The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the properties of multiperfect numbers with low abundancy, and to include the structure, bounds, and density of certain multiperfect numbers. As a significant result of this ...
  • Municipal sewage sludge compost promotes Mangifera persiciforma tree growth with no risk of heavy metal contamination of soil

    Chu, Shuangshuang; Wu, Daoming; Liang, Liyin L.; Zhong, Fengdi; Hu, Yaping; Hu, Xinsheng; Lai, Can; Zeng, Shucai (2017)
    Application of sewage sludge compost (SSC) as a fertilizer on landscaping provides a potential way for the effective disposal of sludge. However, the response of landscape trees to SSC application and the impacts of heavy ...
  • Murray-Darling basin freshwater shells: riverine reservoir effect

    Gillespie, Richard; Fink, David; Petchey, Fiona; Jacobsen, Geraldine (Oceania Publications, 2009)
    We report carbon isotope measurements on pre-bomb museum samples of freshwater mussel shells collected alive from riverine locations in New South Wales, Australia. The calculated reservoir ages, ranging from -60 to +112 ...
  • Music Education in New Zealand Society: Exploring a Meaningful Education

    Browne, Jade (University of Waikato, 2017)
    Music has been embedded in cultures throughout history, becoming integral to everyday life. During the last century, scientists have discovered an astonishing link between musical exposure and neurological function. ...
  • Music information retrieval research and its context at the University of Waikato

    Bainbridge, David (Wiley, 2004)
    This article describes the digital music library work at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. At the heart of the project is a music information retrieval workbench for evaluating algorithms and performing experiments ...
  • Music interaction research in HCI

    Liikkanen, Lassi; Amos, Christopher; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Downie, J. Stephen; McDonald, David (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2012)
    The ubiquity of music consumption is overarching. Statistics for digital music sales, streaming video videos, computer games, and illegal sharing all speak of a huge interest. At the same, an incredible amount of data about ...
  • Music to measure: symbolic representation in children's composition.

    Henderson, Clare L. (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2007)
    Eisner maintains that the arts education community needs "empirically grounded examples of artistic thinking related to the nature of the tasks students engage in, the material with which they work, the context's norms and ...
  • Musical image compression

    Bainbridge, David; Inglis, Stuart J. (Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1997-11)
    Optical music recognition aims to convert the vast repositories of sheet music in the world into an on-line digital format [Bai97]. In the near future it will be possible to assimilate music into digital libraries and users ...
  • A Musicological Analysis of Nature's Best

    Braae, Nicholas (University of Waikato, 2012)
    Academic research on New Zealand popular music has primarily been conducted from historical and cultural perspectives. While asking important questions, these sources have rarely engaged with the musical details of New ...
  • The Muslim conquest of Iberia: medieval Arabic narratives [Book Review]

    Drury, Abdullah (Taylor & Francis, 2012-10)
    This article reviews the book 'The Muslim conquest of Iberia: medieval Arabic narratives', by Nicola Clarke.
  • Muslim-Jewish relations: some Islamic paradigms

    Pratt, Douglas (Routledge, 2010)
    There is, arguably, an urgent need today for a critical understanding of Islamic views and ideological stances with respect to Judaism in general and, inter alia, with regard to Israel and Jews in particular. This is ...
  • The Muslims of medieval Italy [Book Review]

    Drury, Abdullah (Taylor & Francis, 2012-01)
    This article reviews the book 'The Muslims of medieval Italy', by Alex Metcalfe.