Commonwealth of Australia

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  • White Papers // May 2013

    Hardware Trojan Resistant Computation Using Heterogeneous COTS Processors

    Hardware Trojans pose a credible and increasing threat to computer security, with the potential to compromise the very electronics that ostensibly provide the security primitives underpinning various computer architectures. The discovery of stealthy hardware Trojans within integrated circuits by current state-of-the-art pre and post-manufacturing test and verification techniques cannot be...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Links Between Literacy And Numeracy Skills And Labour Market Outcomes

    Governments in Australia are interested in ways to improve human capital. For example, improving human capital is a key stream of the Council Of Australian Government's (COAG's) National Reform Agenda (NRA). Human capital refers to the set of attributes that individuals possess, including knowledge, skills, work experience, health and intangible...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Investments In Intangible Assets And Australia~s Productivity Growth: Sectoral Estimates

    In recent years increased attention has been given to the contribution to economic growth of intangible assets such as knowledge, firm-specific skills and better ways of doing business. But most intangibles are treated as current expenses in official statistics, rather than as assets - despite the fact that they provide...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Strategic Contemporary Music Industry Plan

    Australia's contemporary music industry plays an important role in Australian society. Music is central to the lives of many Australians and contributes to the rich, diverse and vibrant culture. At the same time, the contemporary music industry is diverse, comprising a range of small, medium and large businesses involved in...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Investments In Intangible Assets And Australia~s Productivity Growth

    Investment in capital is important for economic growth. But capital is not just physical assets - firms also invest in 'Intangible assets', such as knowledge, firm specific skills and better ways of doing business. Some commentators have suggested that structural and technological changes in economies have increased the importance of...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Exploratory Mining over Organisational Communications Data

    Exploratory data mining is fundamental to fostering an appreciation of complex datasets. For large and continuously growing datasets, such as obtained by regular sampling of an organisation's communications, the exploratory phase may never finish. This paper describes a methodology for exploratory data mining within an organisational communications dataset. A model...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Oct 2004

    Preventing Unexpectedly High Bills: Credit Management in Telecommunications

    This paper provides information and recommendations to the Minister regarding significant problems that have emerged in the telecommunications market related to: internet dumping, where a customer's modem connection to the Internet is taken over by software, known as an Internet dialer, and re-established using an expensive call service; and unexpectedly...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Oct 2004

    Preventing Unexpectedly High Bills: Credit Management in Telecommunications

    This paper provides information and recommendations to the Minister regarding significant problems that have emerged in the telecommunications market related to: internet dumping, where a customer's modem connection to the Internet is taken over by software, known as an Internet dialer, and re-established using an expensive call service; and unexpectedly...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Strategic Contemporary Music Industry Plan

    Australia's contemporary music industry plays an important role in Australian society. Music is central to the lives of many Australians and contributes to the rich, diverse and vibrant culture. At the same time, the contemporary music industry is diverse, comprising a range of small, medium and large businesses involved in...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Investments In Intangible Assets And Australia~s Productivity Growth

    Investment in capital is important for economic growth. But capital is not just physical assets - firms also invest in 'Intangible assets', such as knowledge, firm specific skills and better ways of doing business. Some commentators have suggested that structural and technological changes in economies have increased the importance of...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Investments In Intangible Assets And Australia~s Productivity Growth: Sectoral Estimates

    In recent years increased attention has been given to the contribution to economic growth of intangible assets such as knowledge, firm-specific skills and better ways of doing business. But most intangibles are treated as current expenses in official statistics, rather than as assets - despite the fact that they provide...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Links Between Literacy And Numeracy Skills And Labour Market Outcomes

    Governments in Australia are interested in ways to improve human capital. For example, improving human capital is a key stream of the Council Of Australian Government's (COAG's) National Reform Agenda (NRA). Human capital refers to the set of attributes that individuals possess, including knowledge, skills, work experience, health and intangible...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Exploratory Mining over Organisational Communications Data

    Exploratory data mining is fundamental to fostering an appreciation of complex datasets. For large and continuously growing datasets, such as obtained by regular sampling of an organisation's communications, the exploratory phase may never finish. This paper describes a methodology for exploratory data mining within an organisational communications dataset. A model...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Hardware Trojan Resistant Computation Using Heterogeneous COTS Processors

    Hardware Trojans pose a credible and increasing threat to computer security, with the potential to compromise the very electronics that ostensibly provide the security primitives underpinning various computer architectures. The discovery of stealthy hardware Trojans within integrated circuits by current state-of-the-art pre and post-manufacturing test and verification techniques cannot be...

    Provided By Commonwealth of Australia