Paul Turner

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11EEJo-Anne Kelder, Paul Turner: An Information Ecology Structured by a Nexus between Accreditation and Practice: Boundary Objects, Brokers and Translation across the Boundaries of Standards Compliance and Practice-Oriented Work. HICSS 2008: 363
10EEVlasti Broucek, Paul Turner: Foreword. Journal in Computer Virology 3(2): 63-64 (2007)
9EEPaul Turner: Automated product grade transitions, exposing the inherent and latent dangers of neural networks in manufacturing process control: an industrial case study. Neural Computing and Applications 16(1): 27-32 (2007)
8EEStephen B. Chau, Paul Turner: Utilisation of mobile handheld devices for care management at an Australian aged care facility. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 5(4): 305-312 (2006)
7EEVlasti Broucek, Eric Filiol, Paul Turner: Foreword. Journal in Computer Virology 2(1): 1-2 (2006)
6EEVlasti Broucek, Paul Turner: Winning the Battles, Losing the War? Rethinking Methodology for Forensic Computing Research. Journal in Computer Virology 2(1): 3-12 (2006)
5 Aaron Olding, Paul Turner: My Problem or Our Problem? - Exploring the use of information sharing as a component of a holistic approach to e-security in response to the growth of 'Malicious Targeted Attacks'. AISM 2005: 74-79
4EEBill Howe, Kuldeep Tanna, Paul Turner, David Maier: Emergent Semantics: Towards Self-Organizing Scientific Metadata.. ICSNW 2004: 177-198
3 Paul Turner, Sandra Frings, Mathew Hannan, Vlasti Broucek: Forensic Computing Theory & Practice: Towards developing a methodology for a standardised approach to Computer misuse. Australian Computer, Network & Information Forensics Conference 2003
2 Paul Turner, Vlasti Broucek, Sandra Frings: The Federal Court, the Music Industry and the Universities. Australian Computer, Network & Information Forensics Conference 2003
1EEStephen B. Chau, Paul Turner: A Framework For Analysing Factors Influencing Small To Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) Ability To Derive Benefit From The Conduct Of Web-based Electronic Commerce (EC)--34 Australian Case Studies. ECIS 2002

Coauthor Index

1Vlasti Broucek [2] [3] [6] [7] [10]
2Stephen B. Chau [1] [8]
3Eric Filiol [7]
4Sandra Frings [2] [3]
5Mathew Hannan [3]
6Bill Howe [4]
7Jo-Anne Kelder [11]
8David Maier [4]
9Aaron Olding [5]
10Kuldeep Tanna [4]

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