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  • Mellalieu, Peter John (Victoria University of Wellington, 1982)
    Decisions; Support; Systems; Planning; Optimization; Heuristics; Network programming; Fixed Costs; Travelling salesman; Distances; Computer graphics. A Decision Support System (DSS) is described, the prime objective of ...
  • Williams, Alan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    The classical tool at the matroid theorist’s disposal when dealing with the common problem of wanting to remove a single element from a 3-connected matroid without losing 3-connectivity is Tutte’s Wheels-and-Whirls Theorem. ...
  • Walsh, David (Victoria University of Wellington, 2008)
    A focal mechanism is a geometrical representation of fault slip during an earthquake. Reliable earthquake focal mechanism solutions are used to assess the tectonic characteristics of a region, and are required as inputs ...
  • Daher, Mohammed (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    In this thesis we study the special Euclidean group SE(3) from two points of view, algebraic and geometric. From the algebraic point of view we introduce a dualisation procedure for SO(3;ℝ) invariants and obtain vector ...
  • Singh, Harpreet (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    We present a new model for the fragmentation of dust beds in laboratory shock tube experiments. The model successfully explains the formation of layers in the bed using mass and momentum conservation. Our model includes ...
  • Brownrigg, Raymond Douglas (Victoria University of Wellington, 1978)
    A potentially parallel iterative algorithm for the solution of the unconstrained N-stage decision problem of Dynamic Programming is developed. This new solution method, known as Variable Metric Dynamic Programming, is based ...
  • Holland, Nigel Lawrence (Victoria University of Wellington, 2008)
    The subject is introduced by considering the treatment of oscillators in Mathematics from the simple Poincar´e oscillator, a single variable dynamical process defined on a circle, to the oscillatory dynamics of systems of ...
  • Gordon, Donald James (Victoria University of Wellington, 2008)
    Unrestricted aliasing is a problem endemic to object oriented programming. It allows notions of encapsulation fundamental to object oriented programming to be violated. This thesis describes ConstrainedJava, an implementation ...
  • Wake, Graeme C (Victoria University of Wellington, 1967)
    A study is made of the equations of heat conduction with slow combustion. A mathematical model is established from an interpretation of the physical model, with a few simplifying assumptions. This gives rise to a coupled ...
  • Jury, Nicholas (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    Drug use takes on many forms, normally this will be just the occasional alcoholic drink, certain individuals drug use develops into habitual use, or more extreme drugs, and then into full addiction. Some of these addicted ...
  • Grimwood, Geoffrey Ross (Victoria University of Wellington, 1994)
    In this thesis the Euclidean Steiner tree problem and the optimisation technique called simulated annealing are studied. In particular, there is an investigation of whether simulated annealing is a viable solution method ...
  • Anslow, Craig (Victoria University of Wellington, 2008)
    3D web software visualisation has always been expensive, special purpose, and hard to program. Most of the technologies used require large amounts of scripting, are not reliable on all platforms, are binary formats, or no ...
  • Duignan, Matthew (Victoria University of Wellington, 2003)
    Software visualisation employs various representations of software to help programmers better understand program code. However, there are many technologies that can be used to deliver software visualisations. These ...
  • Matti, Mukhlis (Victoria University of Wellington, 2004)
    This thesis explores and evaluates MAXCCLUS, a bioinformatics clustering algorithm, which was designed to be used to cluster genes from microarray experimental data. MAXCCLUS does the clustering of genes depending on the ...
  • Lu, Shaochuan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2009)
    The focus of this thesis is on the Markov modulated Poisson process (MMPP) and its extensions, aiming to propose appropriate statistical models for the occurrence patterns of main New Zealand deep earthquakes. Such an ...
  • Noble, James; Potanin, Alex; Biddle, Robert; Clarke, Dave (Victoria University of Wellington, 2006)
    Existing approaches to object encapsulation either rely on ad hoc syntactic restrictions or require the use of specialised type systems. Syntactic restrictions are difficult to scale and to prove correct, while specialised ...
  • Fu, Wenlong (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Edge detection is important in image processing. Extracting edge features is the main and necessary process in edge detection. Since features in edge detection are implicit, most of the existing edge features only work ...
  • Kvatch, Konstantin (Victoria University of Wellington, 2007)
    The thesis will have two main parts. First, let us start with an example. In finance, the standard version of the Black-Scholes formula is a beautiful closed form solution used to price European options. This famous formula ...
  • Maxwell, Kylie (Victoria University of Wellington, 2012)
    To ensure sustainability of fisheries resources, commercial fisheries in New Zealand are monitored by direct control of harvest levels using the Quota Management System. However, there is currently no overall harvest amount ...
  • Harper, J F (Victoria University of Wellington, 2007)
    For 50 years Fortran has been a computer language used mainly by engineers and scientists (but by few computer scientists), mainly for numerical work. Five versions were standardised and are commonly referred to as f66, ...

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