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2013Qualitative constraint satisfaction problems : algorithms, computational complexity, and extended frameworkLiu, W
2017Qualitative spatial and temporal representation and reasoning : efficiency in time and spaceLong, Zhiguo
2002The qualities of primary art teachersBamford, Anne Kathleen
2010The quality of accruals and earnings : the role of components of accrual estimation errorsAbdo, N
2013Quality of care in maternal health : childbirth practices of public and private skilled birth attendants and a quality improvement system in CambodiaIth, P
2015Quality of Service (QoS) in 4G wireless networksFurqan, F
2015Quantum entanglement transformations via local operations and classical communicationGuo, C
2005Queer cinema as a fifth cinema in South Africa and AustraliaPeach, R
2014Queering archives : the practices of zinesLymn, JA
2007Questioned documents : forensic technical aspectsMazzella, WD
2015Radiation damage effects within materialsDavis, Joel
2015Radio and social transformation in ChinaLei, Wei
2005Raman spectroscopy for the forensic examination of reactively dyed cottonThomas, J
2012Rammed, jammed and bifurcated : the convergence and divergence of intellectual property and competition policy in the digital environmentAverill, MH
2013Rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis of novel drug analogues via Desorption Electrospray Ionisation - Mass Spectrometry (DESI-MS)Stojanovska, N
2015RAROC-Based contingent claim valuationChan, WKM
2011RAT selection algorithims for common radio resource managementWu, L
1996Re-conceptualising competency-based education and training : with particular reference to education for occupations in AustraliaGonczi, Andrew Paul
2011Re-defining creativity, with particular reference to its sustainability, within the context of the creative industries discourseBarnum, AT
2010Re-thinking the possibilities of feminist scholarship in the contemporary Australian universityBower, KAB