Acquisition refers to the introduction of new information into the brain.
Consolidation represents the processes by which a memory becomes stable.
Any discussion of the bilateral relationship between Australia and Malaysia must begin with an appreciation of just how long, deep and extensive the relationship is.
This relationship has been forged through cooperation over many years in the areas of trade, education, defence and tourism.
Based on the experimental results, sediment settlement stage definition, excessive pore pressure (EPP) dissipation, and consolidation constitutive equations are discussed.
There are currently almost 16,000 Malaysian students studying in Australian educational institutions, over 85 per cent of who are in higher education.
Malaysian students account for almost 1 in 5 overseas students in higher education in Australia. However, it is no longer just a case of Malaysian students travelling to Australia.
The range and depth of these contacts provides us with a solid base for cooperation today.
Education has played a very important role in the relationship between the two countries.