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Researcher: Rolf, DP (Dr Daniel Rolf)

Fields of Research

Information and Computing Sciences
Sociology and Social Studies of Science and Technology
Adaptive Agents and Intelligent Robotics
Computer-Human Interaction
Special Vehicles
Computer Software

Research Objectives

Communication
Information and Communication Services
Expanding Knowledge in Technology
Communication Networks and Services
Media Services
Computer Hardware and Electronic Equipment
Fisheries - Wild Caught
Communication Equipment
Navy

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A simple malware test environment; International Journal of Computer and Information Technology
Being Critical About Metaphor; Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Challenges in Conducting Research in a Digital Discourse; Conducting Research in a Changing and Challenging World
Gestural navigation in Google Earth; OzChi: Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference
Mixed Realities: Human Interaction Technologies; Technologies for Enhancing Pedagogy, Engagement and Empowerment in Education: Creative Learning-Friendly Environments
The Internet: A Critical Perspective; Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

A user demand Reliable Real-Time Dynamic Group communication model in the wireless Newtwork Environments
An Augmented Reality Simulated Sterile Environment for Aseptic Technique Training
An Investigation into the Nationally Funded ICT-related Initiatives in Tasmania- 1996 to 2005
An Investigation of the Role of Participation and Its Effect on Narrative in Young People's Multimodal Storytelling Practices on YouTube
Distributed Computing and Communication in Peer-to-Peer Networks
Gestural Interaction Techniques for Spatio-Temporal Data
Interaction Rules and Their Role in Collaboration Software
Interactive Surface User Interfaces
Knowledge Genesis- Bridging Gaps between Learning and Understanding
Middleware for Agricultural Sensor Networks
Significance of the Web as a Learning Resource in an Australian University Context
The Use of Peer-to-Peer on the Provisioning of Web-Based Resources