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    • A User Evaluation for Synchronous Collaborative Software Engineering Tools 

      Cook, Carl; Irwin, Warwick; Churcher, Neville (University of Canterbury, 2005)
      Collaborative Software Engineering (CSE) is a rapidly growing field of research, with commercial tools starting to incorporate new collaborative features into their currently single-user products. We have undertaken an ...
    • User Experiences with Mobile Phone Camera Game Interfaces 

      Bucolo, S.; Billinghurst, M.; Sickinger, D. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2005)
      This paper presents the findings of a comparative study investigating different input interfaces for a mobile phone games application. A standard mobile phone joystick interface is compared with a phone camera interface ...
    • User Familiarity in User Interfaces 

      D'H Gough, C.A.; Green, R.; Billinghurst, M. (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering.University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2006)
      Previous work discussed a model of cognitive distance with the novel concepts of "tech bias", "velocity" and "inertia". This paper presents a revised version of the model of human factors involved, and describes a pilot ...
    • User interfaces for casual users 

      Farrow, C.D. (University of Canterbury, 1993)
      The first part of this report presents various ideas and principles in human-computer interaction (HCI) and relates them to the casual use situation. Much research and literature on the topic deals with HCI in general, ...
    • User manual for SLAT: Seismic Loss Assessment Tool version 1.14 

      Bradley, B.A. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2009)
      SLAT is a computer program for performing seismic loss assessment of structures subjected to earthquake risk. SLAT is written in FORTRAN and compatible with Microsoft operating systems. The tool uses the uncoupled modelling ...
    • User-centred mobile navigation system interface development for improved personal geo-identification and navigation 

      Delikostidis, I.; van Elzakker, C.P.J.M. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2009)
      Introduction Orientating and navigating with the use of mobile navigation systems involves interaction with different sources of information. Landmarks are very important into linking these sources. However, ...
    • User-centred redesign of a speech research database web interface and its associated app. 

      Ser, Qi Min (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      This thesis project aim to use a user-centred design approach to redesign two related applications, LaBB-CAT and ElicitSpeech. LaBB-CAT is a speech research database that allows researchers to easily search through the ...
    • User-defined gestures for augmented reality 

      Piumsomboon, T.; Clark, A.; Billinghurst, M.; Cockburn, A. (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory, 2013)
      Recent developments in Augmented Reality (AR) have utilized hand gestures for interaction. However, little is known about user’s preference and behavior gesturing in AR. In this paper, we present the results of a guess-ability ...
    • User-network oriented call control and traffic management in B-ISDNs. 

      Hartanto, Vincentius Felix (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1994)
      This thesis presents a framework for call control and traffic management in B-ISDNs. Unlike the conventional focus on network capabilities, this thesis proposes a novel user-network oriented approach. This approach allows ...
    • Users' guide to Knowledge management with concept maps and mind maps: what are these and a proposal of a workflow 

      Basu A (2018)
      In this article we describe concept maps, mind maps, and explain the differences between concept and mind maps. We also describe and their relative contributions to the process of assimilation and development of knowledge. ...
    • Using "system sensing" during the implementation of a new mechatronics engineering curriculum 

      O'Steen, B.; Brogt, E.; Chen, X.; Chase, J.G. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human DevelopmentUniversity of Canterbury. Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. AVC Research Office, 2010)
      “System sensing” [1], or a feedback loop, has been integrated into the implementation of a new mechatronics engineering curriculum at the University of Canterbury through a sustained, three-year collaboration between ...
    • Using "system sensing" during the implementation of a new mechatronics engineering curriculum 

      O'Steen, B.; Brogt, E.; Chen, X.Q.; Chase, J.G. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and LeadershipUniversity of Canterbury. Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. AVC Research Office, 2010)
      “System sensing” [1], or a feedback loop, has been integrated into the implementation of a new mechatronics engineering curriculum at the University of Canterbury through a sustained, three-year collaboration between ...
    • Using a HHD with a HMD for Mobile AR Interaction 

      Budhiraja, R.; Lee, G.; Billinghurst, M. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory, 2013)
      Mobile Augmented Reality (AR) applications are typically deployed either on head mounted displays (HMD) or handheld displays (HHD). This paper explores novel interaction techniques for a combined HHD-HMD hybrid system ...
    • Using a natural experiment to assess the effect of spatial barriers on health service utilization. 

      MacRae, Jayden (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2014)
      The closure of the Manawatu Gorge in August 2011 caused a change in the travel time for patients living in the eastern area of the MidCentral Health District to their main hospital and health services located in Palmerston ...
    • Using a radial ultrasound probe's virtual origin to compute midsagittal smoothing splines in polar coordinates 

      Heyne, M.; Derrick, D. (University of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour, 2015)
      Tongue surface measurements from midsagittal ultrasound scans are effectively arcs with deviations representing tongue shape, but smoothing-spline analysis of variances (SSANOVAs) assume variance around a horizontal ...
    • Using a Social Story to teach an eight-year-old girl with Autism a socially appropriate way of eating: A case study 

      Voges, Carina Madawa (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2009)
      Few research studies have been conducted to investigate the use of a Social Story as sole intervention in changing inappropriate behaviors in children with autism. Most of the studies that used Social Stories as an ...
    • Using a solution-building approach in career counselling 

      Miller, J. (RoutledgeUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2006)
      This chapter shows the key principles of solution-focused counselling, and provides practical examples of its application to career counselling and solution-building career counselling. Also discussed are challenges for ...
    • Using a stochastic model to detect unusual continuous glucose monitor behaviour in newborn infants 

      Signal, M.; Le Compte, A.J.; Harris, D.L.; Weston, P.J.; Harding, J.E.; Chase, J.G. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2012)
      Abnormal blood glucose (BG) concentrations have been associated with negative outcomes in critically ill adults and infants. Diagnosis of hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia is by BG measurements, which are typically taken ...
    • Using action research to gauge the quality of feedback given to student teachers while on professional teaching practice 

      White, S. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development., 2007)
    • Using action research to investigate responses to diversity in a secondary school 

      Conner, L. (University of Canterbury. Christchurch College of Education., 2006)
      This paper reports on how teachers used small action research projects to investigate how they were responding to the diversity of their students in terms of planning and teaching. It was funded by the NZ Ministry of ...