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  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1986-03)
    This paper intends to focus attention on possibilities and processes in developing tracts of vacant, often unsightly and under-utilised transport land in our cities and suburbs
  • Brink, Basil Niel (1986-04)
    The article commences with an overview of the development of planning theory and culminates in an evaluation of scenarios of the relationship between the individual and the spatial environment. Andreas Faludi's book 'Planning ...
  • Brink, Basil (Chief Director (Building Services) SA Transport Services, 1987-11)
    The purpose of the report is to provide a comprehensive spatial survey of Johannesburg's main station, also known as Park Station, and its environs. Information in the report provides a foundation on which a development ...
  • The editor, Planning (Planning, 1990-01)
    In 1986 an urban design Master Plan for the Germiston Station Precinct, as prepared by a multi-disciplinary team from SA Transport Services and the Germiston local authority, was approved. This article outlines the approval ...
  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1990-03)
    The purpose of this article is to create an awareness of commercial property development opportunities offered by transport land. Examples are presened of such developments in first world countries. A systematic approach ...
  • Nuttall, Jean (building, 1990-06-25)
    In 1990 project architect Basil Brink, assisted by Stuart Douglas, Mark Hansen, Lynnsay Nuyten and Alec Johnston, designed a new transport museum for Transnet in northern Newtown. Heritage considerations of the historic ...
  • 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 ...
  • Nel, Verna Joan (1994-05)
    City marketing is a recently developed process to assist communities in achieving development oriented aims. Changing economic circumstances created such a need and marketing contributed key concepts such as marketing ...
  • Thornton, Deborah (1994-06)
    The focus of the dissertation is on software quality assurance for object-oriented information systems development. A Quality Assurance Reference Model is proposed with aspects dealing with technical and managerial issues. ...
  • Loock, Marianne (1994-06)
    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 ...
  • 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 Heerden, Liske (1994-11-30)
    The unique problems encountered when analyzing weather data sets - that is, measurements taken while conducting a meteorological experiment- have forced statisticians to reconsider the conventional analysis methods and ...
  • Thulapersad, Sarah (1994-12)
    In the paper [HSS] Herrlich, Salicrup and Strecker were able to show that Kuratowski / Mrowka's Theorem concerning compactness for topological spaces could be applied to a wider setting. In this dissertation, which is based ...
  • Viljoen, Zelda (1995-06)
    People work together to solve a wide variety of problems using different forms of cooperation for each class of problem. Modern technology is complex, and therefore it is unusual for an individual to attempt the development ...
  • De Villiers, Mary Ruth (1995-09)
    This dissertation is a multi-disciplinary study, which integrates a software engineering approach with instructional factors in the decision-making, analysis, design and development processes of instructional software. ...
  • Dhevcharran, Nirvani (1995-11)
    The process control domain is intrinsically complex and dynamic. It has proved to be difficult to construct and maintain process control systems under the traditional software development methodologies. Object Orientation ...
  • Hildebrand, Annelize (1995-11)
    In developing an understanding of real-world problems, researchers develop mathematical and statistical models. Various model selection methods exist which can be used to obtain a mathematical model that best describes ...
  • 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 ...
  • Meyer, Ettienne (1995-11)
    The purpose of the research is to propose and evaluate a methodology for implementing EDI to assist organisations in reaping the anticipated benefits. The research involved the systematic analysis of the state of the ...
  • De Villiers, M.R.; Kotze, P (1996)
    The research reported in this paper aims to integrate software engineering approaches with instructional factors in the requirements, analysis, design and production phases of instructional software development. The ...

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