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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2010Dancing to the fluteAmin, M
2005Dangerous devotions : a novel/thesisPenhallurick, A
2013Darlinghurst (a novel) & The scarred city : walking and writing in RazorhurstSimpson-Deeks, AR
2009Data fusion in wireless sensor networksTakruri, MSR
1996Daunorubicin kinetics and drug resistance in leukaemiaGalettis, Peter
2010The death and life of the real-time city : re-imagining the city of digital urbanismBarns, S
2015Debating NBN policy : the influence of issue managementKing, I
2015Debt detection and debt recovery with advanced classification techniquesWu, SS
2010Deconstruction and the ethical relation in therapyLarner, G
2005A deconstruction of graded structure and the implications for brands of passenger car and approaches to differentiation, segmentation and positioningJonmundsson, JB
2015Deep down things : memoir as grief therapyLatona Smith, Freya Charlotte
2015Defining new productivity measures for service and network-based firmsScerri, M
2013Defining the bio-energetic limits of Symbiodinium sp's host-symbiont relationship under future climate scenariosSchrameyer, V
2013Deleuzians of patient safety : a video reflexive ethnography of end-of-life careCollier, A
2012Dependability of body area wireless sensor networks in assistive care loop frameworkBalasubramanian Appiah, V
2011Derivation of a general purpose architecture for automatic user interface generationKennard, RD
2016_derivations and the performer-developer : co-evolving digital artefacts and human-machine performance practicesCarey, Benjamin Leigh
2013Design and context : an investigation into health hardware for remote Australian Indigenous communitiesTietz, CR
2008The design and development of technologies and methodologies for improving Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and sustainable products for the built environmentWest, S
2009Design and evaluation of a method to reduce the lexical ambiguity of requirement specificationsBoyd, SM