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Modelling the longterm morphological evolution of tidal embayments
(University of Waikato, 2011)A numerical model was developed to improve the understanding of the longterm morphological evolution of tidal embayments. Morphological change was simulated as a result of the interactions between hydrodynamics, sediment ... 
Modelling the relative importance of internal and external nutrient loads on water column nutrient concentrations and phytoplankton biomass in a shallow polymictic lake
(Elsevier, 2008)Lake Rotorua is a large (area 79 km²), shallow (mean depth 10.8 m), polymictic lake in central North Island, New Zealand. The lake is eutrophic, with a mean external aerial load of 18.5 mg m⁻² d⁻¹ for total nitrogen and ... 
Modelling the response of a highly eutrophic lake to reductions in external and internal nutrient loading
(Taylor & Francis, 201106)The reduction of macronutrients to levels that limit primary production is often a critical element of mitigating eutrophication and reducing the potential for algal blooms. Lake Okaro has remained highly eutrophic despite ... 
Modelling the spatial effects of the anaestheticinduced phasetransition in the cerebral cortex
(University of Waikato, 2003)In this thesis I investigate the theoretical stochastic behaviour of a onedimensional model of the cerebral cortex, exposed to varying concentrations of a general anaesthetic agent. The model is that of SteynRoss et al. ... 
Modelling the yield curve with Orthonomalised Laguerre Polynomials: An intertemporally consistent approach with an economic interpretation
(200309)This article provides theoretical foundations for the popular orthonormalised Laguerre polynomial (OLP) model of the yield curve, as originally introduced by Nelson and Siegel (1987). Intertemporal consistency is provided ... 
Modelling the yield curve with Orthonormalised Laguerre Polynomials: A consistent crosssectional and intertemporal approach
(200309)This article proposes the orthonormalised Laguerre polynomial (OLP) model of the yield curve, a generic linear model that is both crosssectionally consistent (that is, it reliably fits the yield curve at a given point in ... 
Modelling thermal conductivity in heterogeneous media with the finite element method
(Springer, 2008)Threedimensional finite element simulations were developed to predict the effective thermal conductivity of theoretical composite materials having complex structures. The models simulated a steadystate thermal conductivity ... 
Modelling volcanic tsunamis
(University of Waikato, 1998)Tsunamis generated by volcanic eruptions have caused about 25% of all deaths associated with volcano activity. The 1883 Krakatau eruption is one example of a fairly recent eruption that produced large tsunamis (35 m) which ... 
Modelling water, sediment and nutrient fluxes from a mixed landuse catchment in New Zealand: effects of hydrologic conditions on SWAT model performance
(European Geosciences Union, 20150429)The Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) was configured for the Puarenga Stream catchment (77 km2), Rotorua, New Zealand. The catchment land use is mostly plantation forest, some of which is sprayirrigated with treated ... 
Models for computer generated parody
(Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1993)This paper outlines two approaches to the construction of computer systems that generate prose in the style of a given author. The first involves using intuitive notions of stylistic trademarks to construct a grammar that ... 
Models for quadratic algebras associated with second order superintegrable systems in 2D
(SIGMA, 200801)There are 13 equivalence classes of 2D second order quantum and classical superintegrable systems with nontrivial potential, each associated with a quadratic algebra of hidden symmetries. We study the finite and infinite ... 
Models for the 3D Singular Isotropic Oscillator Quadratic Algebra
(MAIK NAUKA/INTERPERIODICA/SPRINGER, 20100201)We give the first explicit construction of the quadratic algebra for a 3D quantum superintegrable system with nondegenerate (4parameter) potential together with realizations of irreducible representations of the quadratic ... 
Models of internationalisation: The New Zealand experience
(Inderscience, 2013)This paper examines the models of internationalisation adopted by thirty firms from New Zealand. Analysis of the international model is based on five key dimensions: firm sector and size; international market scope; market ... 
Models of qalgebra representations: Matrix elements of the qoscillator algebra
(199311)This article continues a study of function space models of irreducible representations of q analogs of Lie enveloping algebras, motivated by recurrence relations satisfied by qhypergeometric functions. Here a q analog of ... 
Models of qalgebra representations: qintegral transforms and "addition theorems''
(199404)In his classic book on group representations and special functions Vilenkin studied the matrix elements of irreducible representations of the Euclidean and oscillator Lie algebras with respect to countable bases of ... 
Models of qalgebra representations: Tensor products of special unitary and oscillator algebras
(199207)This paper begins a study of one and twovariable function space models of irreducible representations of q analogs of Lie enveloping algebras, motivated by recurrence relations satisfied by qhypergeometric functions. ... 
Moderating effects of perceived control and need for clarity on the relationship between role stressors and employee affective reactions.
(Heldref Publications, 2000)The authors examined the salience of perceived control and need for clarity as “buffers” of the adverse consequences of role stressors by using hierarchical regressions on role ambiguity and role conflict, with job ... 
Moderating role of acculturation in a mediation model of workfamily conflict among Chinese immigrants in New Zealand
(Wiley, 2017)This study examined the antecedents of work–family conflict (WFC) and the mediation effects of WFC on well‐being consequences among Chinese immigrants to New Zealand, along with the moderating role of acculturation. Four ... 
Moderating the nucleophilicity of the sulfide ligands in the dinuclear {Pt₂S₂} metalloligand system using triphenylarsine
(Elsevier S.A., 20060601)Reaction of cis[PtCl₂(AsPh₃)₂] with excess sodium sulfide in benzene gave the triphenylarsine analogue of the wellknown metalloligand [Pt₂(μS)₂(PPh₃)₄] as an orange solid.The compound was characterised by detailed mass ... 
Modern Apprenticeships: A third way in industry training?
(The Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ), 2003)Modern Apprenticeship was one of Labour’s flagship policies to be implemented early in the Coalition Government’s first term. This case study of Modern Apprenticeship investigated the extent to which ‘third way’ rhetoric ...