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  • Brink, Basil Niel (1998-09-21)
    Provinces in South Africa have formulated one or more Spatial Development Initiatives (SDIs) to unlock potential and improve socio-economic conditions in their areas of jurisdiction. This paper provides an overview of these SDIs.
  • Machanick, P (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 2000)
    The RAMpage memory hierarchy is an alternative to the traditional division between cache and main memory: main memory is moved up a level and DRAM is used as a paging device. As the CPU-DRAM speed gap grows, it is expected ...
  • Naudé, Filistéa; Van Biljon, Judy (Centre for Community Informatics Research, Development & Training, 2017-03-18)
    Demonstrating scholarly impact is a matter of growing importance. This paper reports on a bibliometric and altmetric analysis conducted on the Journal of Community Informatics (JOCI). Besides the bibliometric analysis ...
  • Blewett, CN; Erwin, GJ (1996)
    Expert systems apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to an application area, aiming (usually) to mimic the behaviour of a human expert. However, there are some AI techniques which can be used to improve the internal ...
  • Boye, Diallo (2020-06)
    Hidden sector or dark sector states appear in many extensions to the Standard Model (SM), to provide particle mediators for dark matter in the universe or to explain astrophysical observations such as the positron excess ...
  • Dempster, Robert (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1986)
    The S(tack), E(nvironment), C(ontrol) and D(ump) machine was invented by Landin (1964) to perform the mechanical evaluation of symbolic expressions. The evaluation of an expression invariably involves the application of ...
  • Hattas, Mahier; Eloff, M.M. (2011-09-13)
    Digital Data Collection in South Africa is continuously evolving as technology and infrastructural networks gain momentum with respect to its development. In-field data collection is critical for any national government ...
  • Olivier, MS (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1997)
    Mobile computers pose special security risks since information contained on them can more easily be compromised. However, availability of information at the location where the mobile computer is to be used often outweighs ...
  • Dagada, Rabelani; Jakovljevic, Maria (University of Johannesburg, 2004)
    The Learning Content Management System (LCMS) plays an important role in the integration of online learning. The purpose of the study on which this paper is based was thus to investigate how the South African corporate ...
  • Calitz, AP; De Kock, G de V; Venter, DJL (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1992)
    The evaluation of selection criteria for the admission of first year Computer Science students has been an ongoing project at the University of Port Elizabeth since 1984. Various selection criteria and methods, for example ...
  • Pita, M.; Ramdass, K. (SAIIE, 2019-09-30)
    The research on which this article is based, sought a suitable computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) for use in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering laboratories and workshop at the University of South ...
  • Lall, Manoj (2009-08-25)
    The availability of numerous mobile agent systems with its own strengths and weaknesses poses a problem when deciding on a particular mobile agent system. In this dissertation, factors based on mobility, communication and ...
  • Alexander, PM; Lotriet, Hugo; Pieterse, Vreda (2014-07)
    Strong arguments exist that the sub-disciplines of Information Systems (IS) and Computer Science (CS) can be meaningfully distinguished, and the literature indicates that teams in which there are variety of personalities ...
  • Meyer, Thomas Andreas (1999-03)
    The ability to change one's beliefs in a rational manner is one of many facets of the abilities of an intelligent agent. Central to any investigation of belief change is the notion of an epistemic state. This dissertation ...
  • Sparg, S.B.; Berman, Sonia (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1992)
    Existing persistent languages cannot express the structure and semantics of the data they work on precisely and simply. As a result programs are more difficult to write and the integrity of the data is compromised. This ...
  • Berman, S (1987)
    Semantic data models were originally introduced as a tool for data description and design. SDMI (Semantic Data Model Interface) investigates their use in another role - as the basis for a data manipulation language - and ...
  • Berman, Sonia (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1987)
    An information management system with a semantic data model interface is currently being developed at UCT. This system provides high-level, non-procedural access to information and enforces powerful integrity and security ...
  • Conradie, Pieter Wynand (2000-06)
    The way in which application systems and software are built has changed dramatically over the past few years. This is mainly due to advances in hardware technology, programming languages, as well as the requirement to ...
  • Currin, Desmond C.; Bishop, B.M.; Varol, Y. L. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1979)
    Emily is a general purpose computer aided lllstruction language with a novel nnplementatlon At the user s level, Emily consists of two languages an mstruction language, wlu.ch 1s used by authors to prepare lessons and a ...

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