169 results for Unclassified, ResearchSpace@Auckland

  • Book Review - The Science of Training - Soccer

    Gant, Nicholas (2007)

    Unclassified
    The University of Auckland Library

    Book Reviews: The science of training – soccer Thomas Reilly Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 2007 208 pp., $145.00 (hb), ISBN 0-415-38446-9; $41.95 (pb), ISBN 0-415-38447-6 Soccer conditioning Simon Thadani A&C Black, London, 2006 164 pp., £14.99 (pb), ISBN 0-7136-7673-

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  • Lower Probabilities of Centrally Symmetric Sets

    Rogers, Alan; Ryan, MJ (2008)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Creative Printmaking in New Zealand, 1930-2007: An Annotated Bibliography

    Ward, Fiona (2012)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    This Annotated Bibliography includes 105 references that record all available published, unpublished and digital material about the history of creative printmaking in New Zealand from 1930 to 2007. As New Zealand academics and printmakers have noted, while other visual media such as painting and photography have always been included in the discourse of art history in New Zealand, for various reasons printmaking has been gradually excluded and marginalised. There is a need to foster an academic and critical interest in printmaking to provide a framework to enable further research and scholarship. This Annotated Bibliography will support future academic and critical explorations of the topic.

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  • An Open Letter to the Minister of Corrections

    Williams, David (2016-07-19)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Survey points to SME engagement with Asia

    Fath, Benjamin; Fiedler, Antje (2011-10)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    A survey investigating the growth, export and innovation patterns of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across New Zealand has yielded more than 1,900 responses, with the aim of helping New Zealand SMEs to grow internationally.

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  • Book review: The Logic of Madness: A New Theory of Mental Illness

    Fletcher-Flinn, Claire (2016-06-23)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • November the Fifth

    Perkins, Emily (2009-01-10)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • ‘Elastica’-like waves and particles: from Bernoulli, Euler, Laplace and Faraday to the eruption of the Universe

    Galiyev, Shamil; Galiyev, TS (2017)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    An information about ‘elastika’-forms is presented. These forms have been mathematically described by Euler in the middle of the 18th century. Some of these forms correspond to the strongly-nonlinear waves propagating in different media. Examples of wave equations describing elastica-like waves are presented. Special attention is given to the nonlinear Klein-Gordon equation. The exact and approximate solutions to this equation are constructed. These solutions describe some elastica-like travelling waves. They can also describe a formation of strongly-localized wave objects in some resonators. It is stressed that these objects (particles, bubbles) can occur during the origin of the Universe and affect its subsequent evolution.

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  • 5 for '14: 2014 General Election priorities

    Gay Men's Sexual Health research group; Saxton, Peter; Ludlam, Adrian (2014-08-27)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    These are GMSH’s five priorities for the 2014 general election – "5 for ‘14" - to improve the sexual health of gay and bisexual men in New Zealand. Although it focusses on gay and bisexual men, many priorities are relevant to the health of the broader gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTI) population. 1. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination should be publicly funded for gay and bisexual males 2. District Health Boards should expand free and comprehensive specialist sexual health services 3. More General Practices should offer safe, relevant and appropriate care for GLBTI individuals 4. Government Official Statistics should routinely collect and report data on the health of GLBTI 5. Sexual health and HIV policy framework should be strengthened

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  • Eruption of matter, dark energy and the Universe from a pre-universe

    Galiyev, Shamil; Galiyev, TS (2017)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    The origin of the Universe is being studied as an jump of an initial scalar field from a pre-universe. The scalar field is described by a cubic nonlinear multidimensional Klein-Gordon equation. The approximate solutions are presented. They describe scalar fields, scalar potentials and a weakly oscillating pre-Universe. At any moment the pre-Universe gives a birth to the billions of ‘seeds’ of rapidly evolving Universes. One of them accidentally formed our Universe during some quantum action. The strongly-nonlinear model of the eruption of the Universe from the pre-universe is developed in which all elements fit together in a tight and natural way. The origin of the particles, matter and dark energy is directly related to the strongly-nonlinear properties of the quantum scalar fields and the resonant interaction and oscillations of them. The initial energy of the field is converted into particles during the eruption. They could work like a scaffold creating the four-dimensional spacetime. Some highly energetic particles could be very stable. Perhaps, these particles had been stable for billions of years before they begun to decay. This process can determine the law of expansion the modern Universe. On the other hand, these particles may correspond to the dark matter. However, the bulk of the initial energy remained unused. Perhaps, this energy was locked into the formed four-dimensional spacetime. This energy may correspond to the dark energy. The Universe is considered as a wave system. A scenario is developed, when the Universe begins in a state that differs greatly from that of the theories of the Big Bang and the inflation. The Universe was born having a finite volume. We believe that the coherent model for the emergence and initial evolution of the Universe is presented.

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  • My God, MySky Is Great!

    Agee, Thomas (2009)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    Enough friends had raved about MySky, which has been around for a year or now, that I finally broke down and joined the club. MySkyHDi, with new high-definition TV capability, has a very attractive subscription deal, $99.95 for installation and $15 a month, compared to a one-off fee of $599. Initially the subscription is the cost of a decent dinner for two and, ongoing, a latte a week. Even with our analogue TV, the improved picture quality and crispness is certainly noticeable.

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  • Dieter E. Zimmer. A Guide to Nabokov’s Butterflies and Moths, 2001 (Book review)

    Boyd, Brian (2001)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Geothermal Workshop to address the growing and complex market.

    Hoskin, Paul (2009-11-05)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Mountains of Wonder: The Rockies

    Kowalski, KM; Hoskin, Paul (2009-05-13)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Handmaid to Genius

    Boyd, BD (1999-05-15)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Oral dextrose gel to treat neonatal hypoglycaemia: Clinical Practice Guidelines

    Oral dextrose gel to treat neonatal hypoglycaemia clinical practice panel; Alsweiler, Jane; Harding, Jane; Crowther, Caroline; Buksh, M; Mannering, K; Pybus, M; Rowley, S; Budden, A; Winder, M; Robertshawe, B; Kenealy, Timothy; Harris, Deborah; Mackay, S; Brown, J; Woodall, Sonja (2015)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Chinese Old and Rare Books at the University of Auckland

    Lin, HQ; Downing, Jian (2014)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Review of: Distorted Ideals in Greek Vase-Painting: The World of Mythological Burlesque by David Walsh

    Mackay, Elizabeth (2010)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Book Review: Persuasive Psalms - My Words are Lovely: Studies in the Rhetoric of the Psalms - Edited by Robert L. Foster and David M. Howard

    Blyth, CA (2009)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    Review of My Words are Lovely: Studies in the Rhetoric of the Psalms, ed. Robert L. Foster and David M. Howard (London: T&T Clark International, 2008).

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  • Economyths

    Kushner, Saville; Kushner, B (2011)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    The case for economic crisis in the UK - the basis of the austerity programme and the part-dismantling of the Welfare State - is assertion rather than analysis. This is evidence of a hegemonic 'single political narrative' which is little subjected to critical scrutiny or public debate. The casualty is deliberative democracy and the quality of public understanding - essentially, a de-education strategy. This analysis challenges such a hegemony and, through its presentation at conferences, public lectures, publications and broadcasts (cited elsewhere in this submission) makes the case for deliberative contestation over social and economic realities and visions. This is an attempt at public education and to trial a diffusion strategy commensurate with the principles of Democratic Evaluation. The methodological approach is Popperian 'falsification'. Each card has an assertion on its face with a (evidence-based) refutation on its reverse - some cards are pedagogical in keeping with the public education aspect of the presentation.

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