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OASIS : an object oriented animation system in Scheme.
(University of Canterbury, 1987)
The main aim of this project is to develop an animation system for simple geometric objects. Of course this is not a very clear definition of what is required. While working on this project, the objectives to be reached ...
Retransmission Strategies for Cyclic Polling over Wireless Channels in the Presence of Interference
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2010)
In this paper we consider retransmission strategies for centralized cyclic polling-based systems over wireless channels subject to external interference. The considered strategies differ in the time when retransmissions ...
Grover's quantum algorithm applied to global optimisation
(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, 2004)
Grover's quantum computational search procedure can provide the basis for implementing adaptive global optimisation algorithms. A brief overview of the procedure is given and a framework called Grover Adaptive Search is ...
New Zealand national weeds distribution database : a feasibility study
(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, 2008)
Environment Southland (ES) aims to predict the environmental and economic risks posed by particular species of weeds that are already established in the region or that are currently absent but already naturalised elsewhere ...
EM for the Data Eclipse S/130
(University of Canterbury, 1985)
The aim or this project was to develop a back end for EM with the Data General Eclipse S/ 130 as the target machine, and consequently to bring up the Pascal-VU complier running under DG UNIX.
Ecstasy : An Object Oriented Graphics System
(University of Canterbury, 1983)
The purpose of this report is to describe the design and implementation of a simple two dimensional drawing system for use from within the Computer Science Department's DG SIMULA implementation. This includes a description ...
Teaching Database Design with Constraint-Based Tutors
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2016)
Design tasks are difficult to teach, due to large, unstructured solution spaces, underspecified problems, non-existent problem solving algorithms and stopping criteria. In this paper, we comment on our approach to develop ...
Real-Time Quantitative Analysis and Surface Registration of Medical Scan Data
(University of Canterbury, 1993)
Several medical scanning techniques provide data about a volume that is being scanned in a series of slices. The term volume refers to some object of interest being scanned, usually a closed three-dimensional object. ...
Generalised linear mixed models and its application in R
(University of Canterbury, 2009)
Through the benefits of mixed modeling over the usual fixed effects modeling, certain data sets can be better understood. Repeated measures data is especially well suited to mixed models. The repeated measures can be ...
Evaluation of a screen management protocol
(University of Canterbury, 1986)
The SSMP definition was released in July 1985 [SSMP85] making it a very recent contribution to the network protocol landscape. Protocols sponsored by large committees produce a great deal of expectation from implementors ...