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  • Stevens, Charles Cater (1996-11)
    Redundancy in plaintext is a fertile source of attack in any encryption system. Compression before encryption reduces the redundancy in the plaintext, but this does not make a cipher more secure. The cipher text is still ...
  • Adebesin, Tawakkaltu Funmilola (2011-03)
    The Digital Doorway (DD) is a non-standard computer system deployed to promote computer literacy amongst the underpriviledged communities in South Africa. Since its inception there has been no usability evaluation of the ...
  • Van Dyk, Tobias Jan (1999-06)
    Usability refers to the study and measurement of the quality of human-computer interaction. Internet-based banking is a task-oriented, goal-directed, Web-based, E-commerce application where users access and manipulate ...
  • Ssemugabi, Samuel (2009-08-25)
    Despite widespread use of web-based e-learning applications, insufficient attention is paid to their usability. There is a need to conduct evaluation using one or more of the various usability evaluation methods. Given ...
  • Nyang'or, Julius Omondi (2012-06)
    The use of interactive e-learning tutorials is an effective form of teaching and learning. It is therefore important that attention is paid to their usability. This research relates to the evaluation of a CD-based e-learning ...
  • Dwarika, Jeraline (2014-04-23)
    University students learning object-oriented programming (OOP) encounter many complexities. This study undertook empirical research aimed at analysing learners’ interactions with the Alice visual programming environment, ...
  • Greyvensteyn, Karl G. (2014-11)
    The new millennium saw the explosion of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs), coupled with the Internet as the way to communicate and gain knowledge. Traditional schooling has moved to open and distance e-learning ...
  • Chimamiwa, Gibson (2011-01)
    Ontology, an explicit specification of a shared conceptualisation, captures knowledge about a specific domain of interest. The realisation of ontologies, revolutionised the way data stored in relational databases is ...
  • Steyn, Paul Stephanes (2009-01)
    The specification of enterprise information systems using formal specification languages enables the formal verification of these systems. Reasoning about the properties of a formal specification is a tedious task that ...
  • Mukwevho, Mukosi Abraham (2010-11)
    Network research experiments have traditionally been conducted in emulated or simulated environments. Emulators are frequently deployed on physical networks. Network simulators provide a self-contained and simple environment ...

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