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  • Sankaran, S; Hou, B; Orr, M (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009-01)
    The paper aims to show how systems thinking can be incorporated in action research interventiions to successfully implement organizational change. The two case studies described in this paper would be useful to managers ...
  • Killen, CP; Krumbeck, B; Kjaer, C; Durant-Law, GA (APIC, 2009-01)
    The interdependencies between projects create complexities for the management of project portfolios within organisations. In times of uncertainty this challenge is even greater due to the difficulties in predicting the ...
  • Crawford, L; Costello, KL; Pollack, JB; Bentley, L (Elsevier Science Ltd, 2003-01)
  • MacDonald, HI (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2012-01)
    Widespread housing foreclosures and the growth of real estate owned inventories impose significant negative externalities on local communities and their residents. An effective 'disposition infrastructure' is needed to ...
  • Sweetapple, K (-, )
    This visual research contributes to the field of information visualisation, an area that is seeing enormous growth due to computer literacy and access to data sets, but which remains under-theorised from a visual communication ...
  • Russell, AJ; King, S; Kaji-O'Grady, S; Edwards, DC (Birmingham City University, 2010-01)
    A 2009 research project in Sydney, Australia, developed ways of working with digital tools to capture the urban experience and its dynamic systems, as well as its physical composition. The project saw a unique collaboration ...
  • Wallen, LP
    Mapping Vilnius- Modelling Vilnius was a workshop and exhibition hosted and funded by the European Cultural Capital 2009. Exhibited at the Lithuanian Energy Museum, RinktinÄs str. 2, Vilnius and curated by Lawrence Wallen. ...
  • Faber, JP; Van Den Hoven, E (2012-04)
    This paper focuses on the old school game of shooting marbles. We investigate which aspects of this tangible game make it popular and show how experienced fun can increase by elaborating such aspects through an iterative ...
  • De Valence, G (Dept. of Building, National University of Singapore, 2003-01)
  • De Valence, G (Spon Press, 2011-01)
    The chapter analyses one of the characteristics of the building and construction industry that is difficult to quantify in a meaningful way - how competitive markets operate in the industry. The difficulties arise from the ...
  • Loschke, S (enigma:he aupiki, 2013-01)
    At stake for the museum in the early 1920s, Alexander Dorner suggested, was much more than art historical erudition and connoisseurship but the adequate resolution of the only thing that mattered - "ourselves and our vital ...
  • Matthews, LM; Perin, GJ (CAADRIA, 2012-01)
    The composite photoreceptive field of the human eye receives photons emitted from a source and converts this energy into image information within the brain. The internal mechanisms of the contemporary camera imaging ...
  • Matthews, LM; Perin, GJ (Artech-International (The International Association for Digital and Interactive Arts), 2010-01)
    The increasingly common deployment of webcam systems for the imagistic promotion of iconic city form not only presents new material to mediate people's engagement with this space, but also offers new ways to materialise ...
  • O'Mahony, M (MoMA, 2006-01)
    Almost every mate rial we encounte r in our daily lives can, in the hands of the materia ls engineer, be used to provide some form of safety. Mate rials that are now commonplace were often firs t used in top-secret milita ...
  • Robinson, TM (UTS, )
    In the field of fashion and textiles, frameworks tend to focus on fashion and dress as cultural or functional activity, media image or commodity. Alternatively, as a product of techniques, processes and materials. Less ...
  • Ostwald, Michael.; Tucker, Chris. (2007-10-05)
    In the late 1970s the mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot argued that natural systems frequently possess characteristic geometric or visual complexity over multiple scales of observation. This proposition suggests that systems ...
  • March, A; Rijal, Y; Wilkinson, SJ; Özgür, EF (Taylor and Francis, 2012-01)
    A long-standing urban design principle is that successful places exhibit vitality, being vibrant and diverse. This vitality depends on levels of economic and social success that sustain over time urban diversity including ...
  • Feuerman, W (Sydney Architecture Festival 2012, )
    The Mechanics of Visual Perception, a public talk and exhibition in the DAB Research Lab at the University of Technology, Sydney from October 30, 2012 November 28, 2012 was part of Sydney Architecture Festival 2012. The ...
  • Muller, E (Open City Inc, 2010-01)
  • Haeusler, M (avedition, 2009-01)
    A Fundamental introduction to a topic of current interest Overview about the varied media facades that exist, their technology and future development More than 30 breathtaking media facades by ag4, Realities United, UN ...