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2011An adaptive tunable vibration absorber using magnetorheological elastomers for vibration control of vehicle powertrainsHoang, N
2005Adding imperative programming to the pattern calculusNguyen, QT
2012Addressing and routing schemes for body area networksMovassaghi, S
2013An adequate knowledge of Australia : constituting the knowing citizen in contemporary AustraliaChisari, M
2003Adsorption : filtration hybrid system in wastewater treatment and reuseChaudhary, DS
1995Adult education as professional practiceBeckett, David George
2014Adults only : a genealogy of the politics of (not) AdultCoffey, M
2006Advanced bayesian neural network classifiers of head-movement directions for severely disabled peopleNguyen, ST
2014Advanced computational intelligence strategies for mental task classification using electroencephalography signalsChai, R
2013Advanced control in smart microgridsHu, J
2016Advanced control strategies for vehicle to grid systems with electric vehicles as distributed sourcesQu, Yanqing
2006Advanced neural network controllers and classifiers based on sliding mode training algorithmsNguyen, VMT
2007Advanced neural network head movement classification for hands-free control of powered wheelchairsTaylor, P
2015Advanced optical signatures of single, wurtzite GaN quantum dots : from fundamental exciton coupling mechanisms towards tunable photon statistics and hybrid-quasiparticlesCallsen, G
2009Advanced robust multivariable control strategies for powered wheelchair systemsNguyen, TN
2014Advanced semi-autonomous wheelchair system for people with disabilitiesNguyen, VA
2016Advanced spectroscopic techniques for the analysis of illicit drugs and explosivesDe Grazia, Adrian
2016Advances in discrete-time sliding mode control : theory and applicationsArgha, Ahmadreza
2012Advances in the radiotherapy of skin cancerFogarty, GB
2006Advanture-based learning and emotion in groups : an investigation of students' perceived experiences of adventure-based learning in groups in a science undergraduate subjectBroderick, A