Recent Submissions

  • Level of conceptual interoperability model for blockchain based systems 

    Pillai, B; Biswas, K; Hou, Z; Muthukkumarasamy, V (IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Crosschain Workshop 2022, 2022)
    The Level of Conceptual Interoperability Model (LCIM) is a widely used framework that represents inter-relationship among interoperability and composability of different information systems. Although this model has been ...
  • Readiness and Potential Application of Smart Contracts in the Indonesian Construction Industry 

    Wulandary, K; Panuwatwanich, K; Henry, M (17th East Asian-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, 2023)
    A construction project requires a contract to run safely by minimizing costs, schedules and maintaining project quality. In traditional contracts, contractual transactions between trustless parties are generally conducted ...
  • A profile of adult patients with stroke and risk of death up to 90 days after very early mobilisation 

    Field, Daina; Morgan, Prue; Cadilhac, Dominique A; Purvis, Tara; Grimley, Rohan; Kilkenny, Monique F; Andrew, Nadine E (International Journal of Stroke, 2019)
    Background: Optimal timing of early mobilisation following stroke, to maximise outcome, may vary according to patient characteristics. Assessments in ‘real world’ cohorts are lacking. Aim: To compare the characteristics ...
  • A conceptual model for blockchain-based auditing information system 

    Wang, K; Zhang, Y; Chang, E (IECC 2020: 2020 2nd International Electronics Communication Conference, 2020)
    Blockchain is viewed as one of the most promising and disruptive inventions and is considered to have the potential to significantly change current auditing profession and reshape the business ecosystem. With the advancement ...
  • Student Perspectives of Engagement in Mathematics 

    Zorn, Kristin; Larkin, Kevin; Grootenboer, Peter (Mathematical Confluences and Journeys: Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 2022)
    Engagement in mathematics education is an important factor in a successful student experience. This paper reports findings from a study of Year 5 student perceptions of engagement during a two-week, inquiry-based learning ...
  • Understanding client perceptions of financial adviser education in Australia (Poster) 

    MacDonald, Kirsten; Loy, Ellana (CFP Board 2020 Academic Research Colloquium for Financial Planning and Related Disciplines, 2020)
    Client advice-seeking behaviour and outcomes are impacted by financial adviser characteristics such as education. With the international shift towards the professionalisation of financial advisers through obtaining academic ...
  • Celebrating unusual events: Initiating a critical discourse 

    Arcodia, Charles; Le, Truc (3rd Critical Tourism Studies - Asia Pacific Conference: Tourism Metamorphosis: ​Creative Destruction and the Remaking of Tourism Geographies​ ​, 2023)
    The number and variety of events which are staged around the world is staggering and there are no signs of abatement. Several categorizations have been presented which cluster events into coherent groupings based on type, ...
  • Visualizing Cumulative Risk Across Work Contexts 

    Cardier, B; Hancock, M (2022 IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Science and Data Engineering (CSDE), 2022)
    How can we represent the risk that emerges when multiple processes interact? This research considers how safety incident information can be visualized using a narrative modeling method that represents the accumulation of ...
  • Pandemics, PSTS, and Pedagogy: Future Proofing ITE Mathematics Education 

    Larkin, Kevin; Grootenboer, Peter (31st Annual Conference of the Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 2023)
    This short paper reports on changes to two compulsory mathematics education courses for pre-service teachers (PSTs) that were modified as a response to the Covid-19 outbreak in 2020. The modification required that all ...
  • Water Quality Modelling of the Cedar Grove Constructed Wetland 

    El Hanandeh, Ali; Akrami, Kambez; Hamilton, Tim (3rd International Conference on Water and Environmental Engineering (iCWEE2022), 2022)
    Maintaining high-quality discharge from wastewater treatment process is very important to ensure the health of the receiving water bodies. This is more so when a watershed is also shared with the drinking water supply. To ...
  • Do Looks Matter? A Longitudinal Investigation On The Aesthetic Appeal Of Exercise Equipment Location In Predicting Usage And Behavioral Determinants 

    Kaushal, Navin; Nemati, Donya; Hagger, Martin S; Keith, NiCole (Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2022)
    PURPOSE: Research on the built environment has largely focused on the macro environment, which has revealed several correlates to physical activity (PA), such as aesthetics. Aesthetics reflect the pleasant appeal of a ...
  • Utility of advanced echocardiographic deformation measures to delineate cause of pathological left ventricular hypertrophy: value of a multiparametric approach 

    Lo, A; Ruane, L; Mew, T; Mew, C; Guppy-Coles, K; Dahiya, A; Ng, A; Prasad, S; Atherton, J (European Heart Journal, 2022)
    Background Early diagnosis of cardiac amyloidosis (CA) is warranted to initiate specific treatment and improve outcomes. Conventional echocardiography is unable to reliably differentiate CA from other causes of increased ...
  • Use of advanced echocardiographic modalities to discriminate preclinical HCM mutation carriers from non-carriers 

    Lo, A; Ruane, L; Mew, T; Mew, C; Guppy-Coles, K; Ng, A; McGaughran, J; Prasad, S; Atherton, J (European Heart Journal, 2022)
    Background It is a challenging goal to identify which family members of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) will subsequently develop HCM. Previous studies evaluating the utility of two-dimensional conventional ...
  • Specific Characteristics And Behavioral Determinants Related To Caregivers Participation In Physical Activity 

    Nemati, Donya; Keith, NiCole R; Hagger, Martin S; Kaushal, Navin (Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2022)
    PURPOSE: The National Alliance for Caregiving report in 2020 revealed that family caregivers for dependents with dementia have increased from 18% to 26% and are in worse health since 2015. Specifically, caregivers are at ...
  • AXA-042 - a novel systemic TLR2/6 agonist for anti-tumor therapy 

    Galkin, Anna V; Mercuri, Francesca; West, Nicholas; Zhang, Ping; Zeng, Weiguang; McLachlan, Grant; Bettess, Michael; Holmes, Ian; Jackson, David; Smith, Chris; Demaison, Christophe; Bald, Tobias; Kearney, Phil (Cancer Research, 2022)
    Background: Treatment approaches that engage both the innate and adaptive immune response have the potential to transform anti-cancer therapy, especially in settings of checkpoint inhibitor insensitivity or acquired ...
  • Upadacitinib as Monotherapy and in Combination with Non-biologic DMARDs for the Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis: Subgroup Analysis from Two Phase 3 Trials 

    Nash, Peter; Richette, Pascal; Gossec, Laure; Marchesoni, Antonio; Kato, Koji; Blondell, Erin; Lesser, Elizabeth; McCaskill, Reva M; Feng, Dai; Anderson, Jaclyn K; Ruderman, Eric (Arthritis & Rheumatology, 2020)
    Background/Purpose: Approximately 40% of PsA patients (pts) on advanced therapy are on monotherapy.1,2 Upadacitinib (UPA) has shown efficacy and safety in pts with active PsA in the Phase 3 SELECT-PsA 1 and SELECT-PsA 2 ...
  • Towards a Better Evaluation of Disaster Management Solutions 

    Noran, Ovidiu; Bernus, Peter (25th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 2023)
    Worldwide, disaster management endeavours are confronted with a rising number of calamitous events triggered by climate change, pandemics and armed conflicts. The increasing rate and complexity of such occurrences has ...
  • Relationship between cervical spine function and concussion-related symptoms in combat sport athletes 

    Brown, Daniel; Leung, Felix; Evans, Kerrie; Grant, Gary; Hides, Julie (Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 2022)
    Introduction: Combat sport athletes are exposed to intentional strikes to the head. These strikes result in height linear and rotational acceleration forces that can result in concussion and neck injury. Despite experiencing ...
  • Anisotropic nonlinear shear elasticity quantification in ex vivo muscles 

    Phuong Ngo, HH; Bied, M; Bahlouli, N; Andrade, R; Nordez, A; Chatelin, S; Gennisson, JL (2022 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2022)
    To improve muscle pathology diagnosis or muscle characterization, nonlinear (NL) elasticity assessment could be an essential add-on to better characterize mechanical properties of soft tissues. In ultrasound shear wave ...
  • Credentialing Eating Disorder Clinicians: Connecting Patients to a Skilled Workforce 

    Heruc, G; Cook, F; Hurst, K; Shelton, B; Trobe, S; McLean, S (Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2022)
    Background: The Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED) and the National Eating Disorder Collaboration (NEDC) have partnered to develop a credentialing system to formally recognise clinicians with ...

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