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  • Twinomurinzi, Hossana; Alexander, P.M (2012)
    This paper reports on a longitudinal study carried out amongst students at one South African university over three years. The research identifies changes in perceptions regarding the factors that these students consider ...
  • Da Veiga, Adele (IGI Global, Cybersecurity Education for Awareness and Compliance, 2019-02)
    A security culture can be a competitive advantage when employees uphold strong values for the protection of information and exhibit behavior that is in compliance with policies, thereby introducing minimal incidents and ...
  • Smith, DC (1998)
    Projects, and their success, are vital if organisations are to produce new products and services. The key players in IS projects are the project manager and the project team. This paper discussed ongoing research of two ...
  • Mhuka, Vimbai (2014-11)
    Challenges in treating injuries, together with an increased need for repair of damaged tissues and organs, have made regenerative medicine a major research area today. Biomaterials such as silk fibroin (SF) have proven to ...
  • Renaud, Karen; Van Biljon, Judy (ACM, 2017-09)
    Knowledge visualisation is enjoying increasing attention from researchers and organisations, due to its potential for expediting knowledge transfers. Despite the availability of many information visualisation guidelines, ...
  • Walker, AJ (1996)
    This paper presents an overview of a national project to develop a checklist to support audits and assessments of quality management systems in the field of software in terms of the compliance requirements of the ISO 9001 ...
  • Shukla, S.K.; Mishra, A.K.; Arotiba, O.A.; Mamba, B.B. (2013)
  • Masilompane, Thato; Chaukura, Nhamo.; Bhardwaj Mishra, Shivani; Mishra, Ajay Kumar (Elsevier, 2018-12)
    A nanoadsorbent was synthesized from kraft lignin derived from paper and pulp black liquor, chitosan, and titania (TiO2) and used to remove Brilliant Black dye (BB) from aqueous solution. Transmission electron microscopy ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-06-12)
    Biography of C Strauss Brink (1920-1992), South African Architect and Town Planner and Professor of Architecture at the University of Cape Town from 1965 to 1974
  • Cloete, I; Theron, H (South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, 1991)
    Quinlan's ID3 is a popular and efficient algorithm for inducing decision trees from concept examples, where the examples are presented as vectors of attribute-value pairs. If some attributes have integer or real domains ...
  • Viktor, HL (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1999)
    A multi-agent learning system consists of two or more learners or learning agents that co-exist in a learning environment. The learners have the ability to learn together, thus utilizing one another's strengths and ...
  • Halland, Kenneth John (1994-08)
    We show how the non-monotonic nature of common-sense reasoning can be formalised by circumscription. Various forms of circumscription are discussed. A new form of circumscription, namely naive circumscription, is introduced ...
  • Van Biljon, Judy; Naudé, Filistéa; Lotriet, Hugo (CIRN, 2016-11-02)
    The global political environment place research institutions under increasing pressure to provide quantitative evidence of the scholarly impact of the research. Measuring impact in Community Informatics research in terms ...
  • Van Biljon, Judy; Van der Merwe, Ronell (Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2018)
    There are many uncertainties about the future of e-Learning, but one thing is certain: e-Learning will be more data-driven in the future. The automation of data capturing, analysis and presentation, together with economic ...
  • Mende, J. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1988)
    In designing a computer-based information system one can partition the transformation process in many alternative ways. To find the optimal partition, a designer needs explicit rules which predict the most successful ...
  • Ramdass, Kemlall; Pretorius, Leon (IEEE, 2008-07-27)
    The South African clothing and textile industry has the potential to create jobs, but this potential has been steadily diminishing over the last ten years before 2007. In this context, the clothing industry is regarded as ...
  • Thomas, TA (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1999)
    The role of the Information Systems' (IS) developer is changing. IS developers are required to be able to work with users and get a common understanding with them. In order to achieve this, the developers must have not ...
  • Dikgwatlhe, Pule (Society of Mining Professors (SOMP) in collaboration with the Mining Engineering Education South Africa (MEESA) and The South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM), 2018-03-13)
    The higher price of oil and gas has positioned coal as the premium source of energy. This is likely to remain so as electricity demand is steadily rising. Listed as a strategic resource to the South African economy, coal ...
  • Agorku, E.S.; Mamo, M.A.; Mamba, B.B.; Pandey, A.C.; Mishra, A.K. (2014)
  • Pillay, N (1996)
    Development software is one of the courses that first year students studying towards a Diploma in Financial Studies enrol for. This course contains an appreciable amount of RMCOBOL programming. Past experience is indicative ...

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