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  • Hao, J; Zhang, K; Huang, M (Springer, 2007-01)
    The small screens on increasingly used mobile devices challenge the traditional visualization methods designed for desktops. This paper presents a method called Radial Edgeless Tree (RELT) for visualizing trees in a ...
  • Garduno Freeman, C; Leibowitz, V; Fredman, AK (Broken Dimanche Press, 2013-01)
    The Rocks is one of Sydney's premier tourist locations; its identity largely founded on the perception of it as a historically significant site. This perception is steeped in complex notions of the `authentic tourist ...
  • Ge, J; Chen, J (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES), 2013-01)
    As house prices become increasingly unaffordable, many families turn to rental housing. However, the higher rent in some market places is placing a lot of families under stress, in particular the low-income families. Thus, ...
  • MacDonald, HI (The University of Adelaide, 2012-01)
    Rents have increased rapidly in Sydney since 2006 as home ownership gains have stalled, and housing production has slowed. Who is likely to have been most affected by these increases? This paper examines the spatial ...
  • Dunstan, C; Ghiotto, N; Ross, KE (Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2011-01)
  • McCarthy, Christine. (2007-10-05)
    "Reality has always been interpreted through the reports given by images" (Sontag 153). The computer has fast eclipsed manual drawing as the prime source of architectural representation in architectural schools. Studios ...
  • Benjamin, AE (University of Sydney, 2007-01)
    The move to the age of digital reproducibility demands a reconceptualization of the way images are produced and deployed within the practice of design. This paper begins to respond to this demand. Central to that response ...
  • Gero, JS; Kannengiesser, U (Springer Heidelberg, 2012-01)
    Affordances in design can be understood as the action possibilities of a user interacting with a designed object. In this paper, we develop the notion of 'representational affordances' to denote affordances provided by ...
  • Behrisch, J; Ramirez, M; Giurco, D (2011)
    Ecodesign offers significant potential to reduce the environmental impacts of products. Whilst some integration of environmental considerations into design occurs in progressive companies when engineering the product, this ...
  • Fairlie, KL; Boydell, S (International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), 2010-01)
    The reduction of carbon emissions is considered fundamental in the mitigation of a global rise in temperature and severe climate change events. A market approach has been adopted by several countries to efficiently reduce ...
  • Remington, K; Pollack, JB (Copenhagen Business School Press and Liber, 2014-01)
    Project leaders real responsible for making decisions in contexts where at least some parameters are unknown, and even unknowable. Decisions from which critical actions ensue are made under extreme pressure of time and ...
  • Gajendran, T; Brewer, G; Runeson, G; Dainty, A (Delft University of Technology, 2011-01)
    It has been argued that the informal aspects of construction projects play a significant role in the way the project coalesces and subsequently operates. These informalities (e.g. practices, systems, clans) may be real and ...
  • Forsythe, PJ; Carrick, J (AUBEA2013, 2013-01)
    Timber has always had a profound role in residential construction; in Australia it has been mainly used for flooring and stick framing erected according to long established recipes. While the local industry has recently ...
  • Reskin 
    Heffer Cecilia (Australian Network for Art + Technology, 2007)
    The Australian 18th Jan â¿¿07 Feeling Their Way to the Future by Rosalie Higson (1/4 page) 435,000 readers NAT
  • Clifton-Cunningham An (DAB Lab Research Gallery, )
    Knitted body pieces that deconstructs familiar woollen garment structures to create body pieces that act as a second skin, wrapping, cocooning and at times, even distorting the body.
  • MacDonald, HI (SOAC, 2011-01)
    Sydney's metro-wide housing deficit is a barrier to the city's future growth, and its economic and social prosperity. The state's projections that the metropolitan area will grow from 4.2 million people in 2010 to 6 million ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, F (Elsevier, 2013-01)
    Africa continues to be the source of a significant amount of oil, but the debate about the role of oil extraction in the process of economic development on the continent remains unsettled both theoretically and empirically. ...
  • Boydell, S; Baya, U (The World Bank, 2013-01)
    Building on prior research that identified the benefits of engaging a synergistic value approach to land resource compensation, this paper explores the potential of applying option-pricing theory as a proxy for the economic ...
  • Prior, T; Daly, J; Mason, L; Giurco, D (2013-01)
    Australia is a major supplier of minerals globally, but the country's ability to meet both projections for future demand and sustainability goals is hampered by a range of environmental and social issues associated with ...
  • Pollack, J (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    Most organisations are, or in the near future will be, faced with the need to respond to issues associated with their ageing workforce. This paper explores the implications of workforce ageing on engineering management, ...