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  • Visualisation of Parallel Data Streams with Temporal Mosaics

    Luz, Saturnino; Masoodian, Masood (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Despite its popularity and widespread use, timeline visualisation suffers from shortcomings which limit its use for displaying multiple data streams when the number of streams increases to more than a handful. This paper ...
  • Visualisation of semantic enrichment

    Schlegel, Alexa; Hesse, Ralf; Hinze, Annika (Gesellschaft für Informatik, 2012)
    Automatically creating semantic enrichments for text may lead to annotations that allow for excellent recall but poor precision. Manual enrichment is potentially more targeted, leading to greater precision. We aim to support ...
  • Visualising and communicating population diversity through web maps

    Brabyn, Lars; Jackson, Natalie; Stichbury, Glen; McHardie, Tristan James (Population Association of New Zealand, 2019)
    An online New Zealand Atlas of Population Change (NZAPC) is being developed (http://socialatlas.waikato.ac.nz/) to communicate the interaction and associated diversity resulting from three important components of population ...
  • Visualising Mātauranga Māori for iwi outcomes

    Hudson, Maui; Whaanga, Hēmi; Waiti, Jordan; Maxwell, Hohepa; Davis, Kyle; Arahanga, Te Awhina; Proctor, John; Sword, Matt; Ullrich, Thalia; Taitoko, Mike (2020)
    Ko te Mätauranga Mäori he puna nö te katoa, he mea äta whakatipu hoki e ngä whänau, e ngä hapü, e ngä iwi hoki o tënä, o tënä o ngä whakareanga maha. He mätauranga nö te hapori, he mea äta whakatö hoki ki roto i ngä wheako ...
  • Visualising present and past: a meter with a flexible pointer

    Monigatti, Paul; Apperley, Mark; Rogers, Bill (ACM, 2011)
    Meters and gauges based on analogue pointers provide a convenient way to visualise single dimensional data streams, such as speed, voltage, altitude, or fuel level. However, often a small amount of historical information ...
  • Visualising Time

    Clarke, Greg (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This study investigates the visualisation of temporal relationships between objects. A popular method employed for such information visualisations is the time line consisting of a single horizontal axis along which temporal ...
  • Visualization of physical library shelves to facilitate collection management and retrieval

    Jervis, Matthew Geoffrey; Masoodian, Masood (ACM, 2013)
    Electronic cataloguing systems are used by libraries to provide search mechanisms for finding books in their collections. These systems provide limited, if any, tools for browsing content electronically in a manner similar ...
  • Visualize online collocation dictionary with force-directed graph

    Pham, Bob (University of Waikato, 2012)
    For second-language learners, collocational knowledge is very important. Knowing collocational phrases allows learners to speak and write in their targeted language naturally and reduce dramatically side effect of their ...
  • Visualizing a control strategy for estimating electricity consumption

    Ozoh, Patrick; Abd-Rahman, Shapiee; Labadin, Jane; Apperley, Mark (Department of Computer Science, The University of Waikato, 2014)
    This paper investigates the potential of applying different control measures on low power and high power appliances with the goal of evolving efficiency in electricity consumption. The research involves carrying out ...
  • Visualizing class probability estimators

    Frank, Eibe; Hall, Mark A. (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2003-02-19)
    Inducing classifiers that make accurate predictions on future data is a driving force for research in inductive learning. However, also of importance to the users is how to gain information from the models produced. ...
  • Visualizing homelessness: a study in photography and estrangement

    Radley, Alan; Hodgetts, Darrin; Cullen, Andrea (John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 2005)
    This article reports a qualitative study of how homeless people visualize their life in hostels and on the streets of London. Using a photo-production technique, the research enabled participants to show their situation ...
  • Visualizing the New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge for Attack Behaviors

    Garae, Jeffery; Ko, Ryan K.L.; Kho, Janice; Suwadi, Saidah; Will, Mark Antony; Apperley, Mark (IEEE, 2017)
    Datasets are important for security analytics and mitigation processes in cyber security research and investigations. "Cyber security challenge (CSC)" events provide the means to collect datasets. The New Zealand National ...
  • Vital evidence: Change in the marine ¹⁴C reservoir around New Zealand (Aotearoa) and implications for the timing of Polynesian settlement.

    Petchey, Fiona; Schmid, Magdalena M. E. (Springer Nature, 2020)
    Precise and accurate radiocarbon chronologies are essential to achieve tight chronological control for the ~ 750-years since Polynesian settlement of New Zealand. This goal has, however, been elusive. While radiocarbon ...
  • Vitamin D and innate immunity in pneumonia and COPD

    Simpson, Talia Mary (The University of Waikato, 2010)
    A resurgence of interest in vitamin D research has led to the discovery that it plays a role in an unexpectedly large number of biological processes, and that reduced levels of this hormone are implicated in a range of ...
  • Vitamin D, innate immunity and outcomes in community acquired pneumonia

    Leow, Leong; Leong, Talia; Cursons, Raymond T.; Karalus, Noel; Hancox, Robert J. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011)
    We investigated the associations between vitamin D status, the antimicrobial peptides cathelicidin and beta defensin-2 and outcomes in community acquired pneumonia. In hospitalised patients with community acquired pneumonia, ...
  • Vocal Detection: An evaluation between general versus focused models

    Tsai, Yi-Na (University of Waikato, 2011)
    This thesis focuses on presenting a technique on improving current vocal detection methods. One of the most popular methods employs some type of statistical approach where vocal signals can be distinguished automatically ...
  • Vocational Survival: Expanding the Film Value Chain for the Independent Filmmaker

    Jackson, Fiona (The University of Waikato, 2018)
    As a case-study in the occupational sociology of the creative industries, this thesis develops an argument for expanding the traditional FilmValue Chain model in order to address what it means to be an independent filmmaker. ...
  • Voice input and information exchange in asynchronous group communication

    McQueen, Robert J. (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 1992)
    Existing computer supported co-operative work (CSCW) systems for group communication typically require some amount of keyboard input, and this may limit their usefulness. A voice input prototype system for asynchronous ...
  • Voice over distance: a case of podcasting for learning in online teacher education

    Forbes, Dianne Leslie; Khoo, Elaine G.L. (Routledge, 2015-09-02)
    This paper reports on a case study of an online pre-service teacher education course in a New Zealand university aimed at exploring the potential of student-generated podcasts as a form of interactive formative assessment ...
  • Voices of the land: Richard Nunns in conversation with Martin Lodge

    Nunns, Richard; Lodge, Martin (Composers Association of New Zealand, 2008)
    Richard Nunns in conversation with Martin Lodge