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  • Rennhackkamp, M (1991)
    There is, as yet, no single formal definition for the object-oriented approach. The object-oriented paradigm is described in terms of the concepts accentuated by the approach, namely classes, objects, methods, messages and ...
  • Nassis, Antonios (1995-11)
    Modern data intensive applications, such as multimedia systems require the ability to store and manipulate complex data. The classical Database Management Systems (DBMS), such as relational databases, cannot support these ...
  • Waldron, JT (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 2000)
    Dynamic quantitative measurements of Bytecode and Stack Frame Usage by Eiffel and Java Programs in the Java Virtual Machine are made. Two Eiffel programs are dynamically analysed while executing on the JVM, and the results ...
  • Watzenboeck, M (2000)
    Financial industry and manufacturing are the main customers in migrating existing applications into client server environments. This paper helps in identifying the candidates for migration and suggests a method for ...
  • Loock, M; Steenkamp, AL (1995)
    The research is conducted in the area of Software Engineering, with emphasis on the design phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). The object-oriented paradigm is the point of departure. The investigation deals ...
  • Schimkat, RD; Kuchlin, W; Krautter, R (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1999)
    Reuse of software components offers the potential for significant savings in application development costs and time. This paper provides a characterization of reuse at different levels of client-based software in distributed ...
  • Schach, Stephen R. (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    The object-oriented paradigm is widely promoted as the optimal way to develop software. However, there is as yet no experimental evidence to back that assertion, and it is extremely unlikely that such evidence could be ...
  • Daratos, J; Steenkamp, AL (1995)
    Many information strategists today agree that the Object-Oriented Technology (OOT) has particular requirements that should not be omitted from a traditional Information Technology (IT) strategy. An Object-Oriented Strategy ...
  • Dempster, Robert (South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, 1990)
    OCTOLISP is a functional programming language which provides the programmer with a number of explicit data structures, such as lists, stacks, vectors, sets, trees and forests. Each of these data structures also has a ...
  • Labuschagne, W.A.; Van Rooyen, H.O. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1984)
    A technique for partially representing binary group operations by sets of binary relations was devised by Cayley. This technique can be generalised to permit the representation of arbitrary sets of n-ary relations {n ~ ...
  • Moshokoa, Seithuti Philemon; Aphane, Maggie (2016-12)
    The purpose of the thesis is to study completeness of abstract spaces. In particular, we study completeness in partial metric spaces, partial metric type spaces, dislocated metric spaces, dislocated metric type spaces ...
  • Siweya, Hlengani James (1994-04)
    We define morphism (E, M)-structures in an abstract category, develop their basic properties and present some examples. We also consider the existence of such factorization structures, and find conditions under which they ...
  • Wortmann, KL; Petkov, D; Senior, E (2000)
    Case Based Reasoning is an Artificial Intelligence technique that utilises the concept of reasoning from a stored knowledge base reflecting prior experience. It offers a number of advantages, such as learning and validation ...
  • Finnie, G.R. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1987)
    Learning to use a decision support system involves both formal and informal teaching as well as self-teaching. Many cases have been documented of unsuccesful implementation of DSS or MIS in organisations and identifying ...
  • Kunene, KN; Petkov, D (1998)
    Research in the field of Group Decision Support Systems (GDSS) has focused on the following main issues: the Task (task complexity, clarity and rationality); the Individual (the profile of individual group members); the ...
  • Aphane, Maggie (2009-12)
    The notion of a fuzzy metric space due to George and Veeramani has many advantages in analysis since many notions and results from classical metric space theory can be extended and generalized to the setting of fuzzy ...
  • Ranganai, Edmore (2016-08-02)
    Abstract Although regression quantiles (RQs) are increasingly becoming popular, they are still playing a second fiddle role to the ordinary least squares estimator like their robust counterparts due to the ...
  • Orlowska, ME (1987)
    We propose a mathematical model of a database with incomplete information, which we call the N-system. Basically speaking, such a system stores information concerning properties of some objects. The information may be ...
  • Orlowska, M.E. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1988)
    We propose a mathematical model of a database with incomplete information, which we call the N-system. Basically speaking, such a system stores information concerning properties of some objects. The information may be ...
  • Baleanu, Dumitru; Agarwal, Ravi P; Khan, Hasib; Khan, Rahmat A; Jafari, Hossein (2015-11-26)
    Abstract In this paper, we deal with a fractional differential equation of order ...

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