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Browsing 1995 SAICSIT 95 Research and Development Symposium by Issue Date

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  • Radovanovic, A; Venter, DM (1995)
    South African networking history started in the mid 1980's. Within less than ten years, the country became the 15-th fastest growing network within the lnternet community. Today, the South African network offers a variety ...
  • Hillebrand, G (1995)
    This paper presents an overview of the established concepts of David Harel' s higraphs, to increase their visibility. Higraphs are a union of extended graph and extended set theory which allows the understandable definition ...
  • Cloete, E (1995)
    A 1 D non-linear filter which is based on 'max-min' selectors is extended for use in 2 0 applications. The objective of this research is to remove impulsive noise without unduly changing original, valid data. Some examples ...
  • Ntlatlapa, N (1995)
    Symmetric positive definite matrices appear in most methods for Unconstrained Optimization. The method widely adopted for factoring these matrices is Cholesky Factorization. Furthermore, in Quassi-Newton methods for ...
  • Barrow, J (1995)
    This paper describes SuperText, a computer program designed to support productive expository writing processes among students at a distance teaching university. Being able to write well is an import communication skill, ...
  • Sithole, AS (1995)
    This paper attempts to address the need and justification for a Computer Skills Requirements Model for Zimbabwe as well as the findings and plans following the recently completed Zimbabwe Computer Industry Manpower Survey. ...
  • Ram, V (1995)
    Software Reuse is the technique of reusing software components previously developed in order to reduce the effort required to develop new software. It is generally accepted that software reuse can improve the rate of ...
  • Ngubane, SB (1995)
    This paper discusses the development and implementation of a set of measures which support a Total Quality Management (TOM) process in a Systems Development environment. This process is taking place in the background of ...
  • Smuts, WB (1995)
    The real-time services offered by modern high speed networks are complex enough to prompt a new look at how these services should be paid for. In this article, it is motivated that paying for the use of guaranteed services ...
  • Bosua, R (1995)
    Multiple CASE tools that support systems analysis and design are available today. These tools are becoming indispensable in its support for the systems development process, although the support varies in term of the methods ...
  • Kotze, P (1995)
    There are three major agents in a computer-based instruction (CBI) environment: the tutor, the tutoring system and the tutee. The emphasis of this paper is on the tutoring system which contains the instructional content ...
  • Nepal, T; Melville, S (1995)
    This paper deals with approaches to the timetabling problem, focusing on tertiary institutions in Southern Africa. A questionnaire which dealt with, inter alia, student population, number of class groups, methods used for ...
  • Blewett, CN; Erwin, GJ (1995)
    We describe the prototype of an expert system software advisor for the lock manager of a database system. The software advisor, called EAGLE (Expert Advisor for Granting Locks Effectively), is intended to become an ...
  • 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 ...
  • Teichroew, D (1995)
    The term "software engineering" originally appeared as a (some would say, the) solution to the software crisis; the term that has been used to include all the problems, real or perceived, in the use of computers in society. ...
  • Heidema, J; Labuschagne, WA; Meyer, TA; Rosenblatt, H (1995)
  • Viljoen, Z; Steenkamp, AL (1995)
    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 ...
  • Van Wyk, DF; Benade, SJ; Steenkamp, AL (1995)
    Any company that is involved in manufacturing, must be able to tell the exact difference between any two products of the same family. This is necessary to enable such a company to support these products during the total ...
  • Venter, IM; Blignaut, RJ (1995)
    The rapidly changing·end-user computing environment requires an informed recipient of information who can play an active role in the design of information systems to capture. retrieve and interpret data [6). We need our ...
  • De Villiers, C; Roode, JD (1995)
    lnterpersonal skills and communications are the two topics in Curriculum '95, compiled by the joint task force of the ACM/AIS-ICIS/DPMA, where both academics and industry expect the level of knowledge of the students to ...

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