Browsing by Subject "survey"

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  • Methodology to survey and monitor New Zealand mudfish species

    Ling, Nicholas; O’Brien, Leanne; Miller, Rosemary; Lake, Michael D. (2009)
    Standard methods to survey and monitor NZ mudfish species involve Gee minnow traps for adults and hand nets for earlier life stages, although a range of methods have been used. A basic assessment of fish abundance can be ...
  • A survey of Japanese gamers' ratings of experience elements for different game genres

    Maruyama, Yukiko; Masoodian, Masood; Rogers, Bill (Association for Computing Machinery, 2011)
    Although there has been a surge in computer games research in recent years, studies of gamers' experience of different game genres are very few. Furthermore, even these few studies of gamers' experience are almost all based ...
  • A survey of players’ opinions on the interface customization in world of warcraft

    Deaker, Chris; Masoodian, Masood; Rogers, Bill (Springer, 2012)
    Massively multiplayer online role-playing games, such as World of Warcraft, have become very popular in recent years. These types of games often provide the player with a wide range of game abilities, weapons, tools, ...
  • A survey of software development practices in the New Zealand software industry

    Groves, Lindsay; Nickson, Ray; Reeve, Greg; Reeves, Steve; Utting, Mark (IEEE Computer Society, 2000-04)
    We report on the software development techniques used in the New Zealand software industry, paying particular attention to requirements gathering. We surveyed a selection of software companies with a general questionnaire ...
  • A survey of the innovation surveys

    Hong, Shangqin; Oxley, Les; McCann, Philip (Wiley, 2012)
    Both theoretical and conceptual understanding of innovation has developed significantly since the early 1980s. More noticeable, however, are the major changes that have been experienced in empirically-oriented innovation ...
  • A survey of Vietnamese EAP teacher’s beliefs about grammar teaching

    Van Canh, Le; Barnard, Roger (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, 2009)
    Although it is now generally agreed that grammar should be an integral element of second language programmes, there is still a diversity of opinions about how it should be taught. In this paper, attention is first drawn ...
  • Sustainability practices of SMEs: the case of NZ

    Lawrence, Stewart R.; Collins, Eva Marie; Pavlovich, Kathryn; Arunachalam, Murugesh (2006)
    While individually small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) may have small social, environmental and financial impacts, cumulatively their impact is significant. One of the fundamental questions is how a single economic ...
  • A taxonomy of model-based testing approaches

    Utting, Mark; Pretschner, Alexander; Legeard, Bruno (Wiley, 2012)
    Model-based testing (MBT) relies on models of a system under test and/or its environment to derive test cases for the system. This paper discusses the process of MBT and defines a taxonomy that covers the key aspects of ...
  • Towards a framework of deep diversity: Identity and invisibility in the Indian diaspora in New Zealand

    Nachowitz, Todd (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Using the Indian diaspora in New Zealand as a case study, this thesis examines how state categorisation practices and nation building narratives have constructed and racialised migrant minorities, such as Indians, in ...