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Browsing South African Computer Journal 1994(12) by Issue Date

Browsing South African Computer Journal 1994(12) by Issue Date

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  • Sutherland, F (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    IT has a dynamic impact on organisations and little research has been done especially on the extent to which senior executives take the different system types into account when they appraise an IT investment. The aim of ...
  • Theron, H; Cloete, I (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    This paper presents a theoretical analysis of the search schemes employed by AQ, CN2 and the recently introduced BEXA algorithm. These covering algorithms induce disjunctive concept descriptions, and employ a general-to-specific ...
  • Mata-Montero, M; Ellis, JA (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    The Longest (s-t)-path Problem, a known NP-complete set, is shown to admit a linear time solution when the instances of the problem are restricted to partial k-trees. This class of graphs is defined and some of the properties ...
  • Lochovsky, FH (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    Technologies for supporting organizational activities are becoming increasingly important as a means for organizations to achieve their business goals. Such technologies allow organizations to model, execute, and control ...
  • Labuschagne, W.A.; Miller, MG (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    Yet another axiomatisation of the Yale shooting scenario is provided. The point illustrated by the axiomatisation is that, when using the situation calculus to represent knowledge about a dynamic system in which actions ...
  • Remenyi, D (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    This paper reviews recent literature on the subject of the operational and financial difficulties facing business and manage­ment in the mid 1990's. It identifies how, due to generally poor results, business is under more ...
  • Jordaan, DB; Gilliland, S (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    Research has shown that traditional teaching methods such as lecturing are not always as effective as the teacher or lecturer might like them to be. Frederick [3, p45] stated: 'Nearly all learning theorists.faculty development ...

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