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The potential for using artificial neural networks to model radiata pine branch diameter distribution patterns
(Lincoln University, 2001)
Understanding diameter distribution patterns of branches within whorls in radiata pine (pinus radiata D. Don) is crucial/important to the eventual development of automation designed to detect defects (knots) on logs, which ...
Estimating thermal radiation fields from 3D flame reconstruction
(Lincoln University, 2003)
Designing fire safety into a building requires a designer to think through issues that include fire ignition, growth and spread. The dominant mechanism of spread is radiative heat transfer from flames. Therefore, in order ...