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    • Tabulation of thin plate splines on a very fine two-dimensional grid 

      Powell, Michael James David (University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1992)
      A thin plate spline approximation has the form [FORMULA] where {⋋j ∈ R, : j = 1,2, ... , n} and {xj ∈ R² : j = 1, 2, ... , n} are parameters and where p is a linear polynomial. There exist several applications that ...
    • TACA Sim: a survey for adaptability assessment 

      Krumdieck, S.; Watcharasukarn, M.; Page, S. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2010)
      Uncertainty of future fuel supplies and a requirement to reduce green house gas emissions are two pressures that may cause significant travel behavior change in the long-term. Understanding how people can change to carry ...
    • Tag Clouds in Software Visualisation 

      Emerson, Jessica Merrill Thurston (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2014)
      Developing and maintaining software is a difficult task, and finding effective methods of understanding software is more necessary now than ever with the last few decades seeing a dramatic climb in the scale of software. ...
    • Tag Clouds in Software Visualisation 

      Deaker, Chris; Churcher, Neville; Irwin, Warwick (University of Canterbury, 2011)
      Software visualisation employs techniques from the more general information visualisation field to help software engineers comprehend and manage the size and complexity of software systems. In this paper, we explore the ...
    • Tag clouds in software visualisation. 

      Emerson, Jessica Merrill Thurston (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2014)
      Developing and maintaining software is a difficult task, and finding effective methods of understanding software is more necessary now than ever with the last few decades seeing a dramatic climb in the scale of software. ...
    • Tag clouds in software visualisation. 

      Deaker, Chris; Churcher, Neville; Warwick, Irwin (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2011)
      Software visualisation employs techniques from the more general information visualisation field to help software engineers comprehend and manage the size and complexity of software systems. In this paper, we explore the ...
    • Tag it!: AR annotation using wearable sensors 

      Nassani, A.; Bai, H.; Lee, G.; Billinghurst, M. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory, 2015)
      In this paper we describe a wearable system that allows people to place and interact with 3D virtual tags placed around them. This uses two wearable technologies: a head-worn wearable computer (Google Glass) and a ...
    • Tailoring Feedback in ITSs 

      Rajendra, Danny (University of Canterbury. Computer Science, 2000)
      The most effective way for students to learn is face-to-face with a qualified tutor. Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) aim to provide a learning experience that approaches the standard of learning with a human tutor. This ...
    • Takenings, rames and mills : structures for the modelling of branching 

      Robinson, David Francis (University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1987)
      A takening is a combinatorial structure composed of points and rays. A ray is a finite sequence of at least two points, and two rays have at most one point in common, which must be the foot (initial point) of at least ...
    • Tangible Teleconferencing 

      Hauber, J.; Billinghurst, M.; Regenbrecht, H. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2004)
      This paper describes a teleconferencing application that uses real objects to interact with virtual on-screen content. A variety of tangible interaction techniques can be used to load, translate, rotate and scale shared ...
    • Tangible Tiles: Design and Evaluation of a Tangible User Interface in a Collaborative Tabletop Setup 

      Waldner, M.; Hauber, J.; Zauner, J.; Haller, M.; Billinghurst, M. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2006)
      In this paper we describe a tangible user interface "Tangible Tiles", which uses optically tracked transparent plexiglass tiles for interaction and display of projected imagery on a table or whiteboard. We designed and ...
    • Tar formation and transformation in steam gasification of biomass in a dual fluidised bed gasifier. 

      Zhang, Ziyin (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      Gasification is a promising thermos-chemical process that converts biomass into syngas (producer gas). However, the generation of tar compounds during the gasification process limit the subsequent syngas application, since ...
    • Targeted Glycaemic Reduction in Critical Care Using Closed-Loop Control 

      Chase, J.G.; Shaw, G.M.; Lin, J.; Doran, C.V.; Hann, C.; Lotz, T.; Wake, G.C.; Broughton, B. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering., 2005)
      Critically ill patients are often hyperglycaemic and extremely diverse in their dynamics. Consequently, fixed protocols and sliding scales can result in error and poor control. Tight glucose control has been shown to ...
    • TARLAN: A Simulation Game to Improve Social Problem-Solving Skill of ADHD Children 

      Ahmadi Olounabadi, Atefeh (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2015)
      Traditional classrooms in which children are expected to sit down quietly and listen to the teacher are not attractive to students in the era of technology. Therefore, researchers have started to study the possibilities ...
    • A Taxonomy of Network and Computer Attack Methodologies 

      Hansman, Simon Luke (University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2003)
      Since the invention of computers and networks, people have found various ways to attack them. Attacks over the years have ranged from using a sledge hammer on a computer, to advanced distributed denial of service attacks. ...
    • A Taxonomy of Network and Computer Attack Methodologies 

      Hansman, Simon (University of Canterbury, 2003)
      Since the invention of computers and networks, people have found various ways to attack them. Attacks over the years have ranged from using a sledge hammer on a computer, to advanced distributed denial of service attacks. ...
    • A táplálási célértékek biztosítása és optimális glükóz kontroll (stressz indukálta hyperglikémiával társuló kritikus állapotú betegek esetén) STAR protokollal (in Hungarian) 

      Illyés, A.; Benyó, B.; Homlok, J.; Havas, A.; Szabó Némedi, N.; Chase, J.G. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2013)
    • TCP Behavior in Quality of Service Networks 

      Athuraliya, Sanjeewa Aruna (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2007)
      Best effort networks fail to deliver the level of service emerging Internet applications demand. As a result many networks are being transformed to Quality of Service (QoS) networks, of which most are Differentiated Services ...
    • TCP performance enhancement over wireless networks 

      Jayananthan, Aiyathurai (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2007)
      Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is the dominant transport protocol in the Internet and supports many of the most popular Internet applications, such as the World Wide Web (WWW), file transfer and e-mail. TCP congestion ...
    • Teaching computers to see 

      Bycroft, Brendan (University of Canterbury. Mathematics and Statistics, 2009)
      A program was created which enabled 3D reconstruction of a scene given two images from a simple camera. This was achieved using a combination of linear algebra and homogeneous coordinates. The reconstruction was separated ...