Research Archive

Department of Informatics and Enabling Technologies

Research Archive

Department of Informatics and Enabling Technologies

 

The Department of Informatics and Enabling Technologies involves using computing technology to solve real world problems.

Current interests include: Visualisation, Computer Graphics, Image Processing, Data modelling and management, Simulation and Modelling, and Computing and Education.

Recent Submissions

  • Case, B. S.; Buckley, H. L.; Barker Plotkin, A.; Ellison, A. M. (Chilean Statistical Society, 2016-09)
    Forest development involves a complex set of ecological processes, such as dispersal and competition for light, which can generate a range of spatial patterns in forest structure that change through time. One interesting ...
  • Eaves, A.; Doscher, C. (Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
    Predictive modelling provides an efficient means to analyse the coastal environment and generate knowledge for long term urban planning. In this study, the numerical models SWAN and XBeach were incorporated into the ESRI ...
  • Hosseini, S. H.; Goher, K. M. (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2017-01)
    In recent decades, the usages of robots in variety of industries have been increased. Self-directed robots have appeared in human lives, specifically, in the areas related to the lives of elderly. The population of old ...
  • Hosseini, S. H.; Goher, K. M. (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2017-01)
    In the last decades, the application of robots in variety of industries has remarkably been increased. Self-governing robots have been employed in various fields of human life, particularly in that of old and very young ...
  • Benbow, Pamela (Lincoln University, 2016)
    The purpose of this research was to explore experiences of an accounting software company (CRS Software Limited) as it transformed its application from a desktop version to online. A case study approach was taken and ...

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