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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2011Packet Scheduling for LTE-AdvancedNguyen, SC
2013Packet scheduling under imperfect channel conditions in Long Term Evolution (LTE)Wang, Y
2013Packet-loss prediction model based on historical symbolic time-series forecastingHomayounfard, H
2013Paid volunteers - investigating retention of Army ReservistsLording, JK
2007A parallel and distributed genetic-based learning classifier system with application in human electroencephalographic signal classificationSkinner, B
2013Parallel borders : constructing neocolonial space in the Pacific and Mediterranean SolutionsSpruce, DCM
2010The Paris revueMann, E
2016The parlor of the metropolis public parks and open space in the British concessions of China, 1842-1937Zhang, Yichi
2011Participants' views of delayed consent for a randomised controlled trial in intensive carePotter, JE
2010Participatory content creation and social mediaWatkins, J
2013The participatory culture of architecture : heritage, media and the socio-visual life of the Sydney Opera HouseGarduño Freeman, Cristina
2008A pathway to sustainability in urban sanitation for developing Asian countriesAbeysuriya, KR
2009Patient safety : evaluation of the impact of nursing hours per patient day staffing method in Western AustraliaTwigg, DE
2016Patient specific 3D finite element modelling, analysis and verification of dental implant navigation and insertion systemTaraschi, Valerio
2016Patricia Highsmith's fiction to cinemaRosenberg, Marc Alan
2013Patterns in sense making interactions : how people make sense of kidney failure in online renal discussion groupsGodbold, NJ
2003Patterns of virtual collaboration.Biuk-Aghai, Robert Parviz
2012Payload-based anomaly detection in HTTP trafficJamdagni, A
2008A PDA based system with exception handling scheme for outpatient workflowUppu, Suneetha
2013Pedagogical partnerships and professionalisation : changing work and identities of professional staff at one Australian universityGraham, CM