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  • Twinomurinzi, Hossana; Ojo, Rosemary Bukola (2010)
    The ability for a government administrator to make just, fair and reasonable decisions, better known as administrative decision making, is dependent on the information flow between the administrator and a citizen. South ...
  • Musungwa, Tapera (2021-03)
    As developing nations like South Africa chart a path of socio-economic development, the spatialisation of progress, opportunity, and neglect is a critical antecedent to policy-making and regional interventionism. Efforts ...
  • Kourie, D.G.; van den Heever, WJ; Oosthuizen, GD (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1992)
    This paper describes how a machine translation system, LEXICA, has been used and adapted to translate from African languages to English. Results with Tswana provide comprehensible translations that, although not necessarily ...
  • Gumbia, Nozipho N.; Hu, Mengyang; Mamba, Bhekie B.; Li, Jianxin.; Nxumalo, Edward N. (Elsevier, 2018)
    Macrovoid-free polyethersulfone/sulfonated polysulfone (PES/SPSf) ultrafiltration (UF) membranes containing oxidized multi-walled carbon nanotubes (O-MWCNTs) were fabricated via a non-solvent induced phase separation method ...
  • Langa, S (1998)
    The purpose of the research is to investigate the management aspects of client/server computing. The latter is seen as a prerequisite for better management of all aspects of client/server computing. Noting the fact that ...
  • Turton, Trevor (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1979)
    A new approach is proposed for the management of operating system state data. Relational database concepts are suggested for the analysis and organization of this data, and a common central service routine is described ...
  • Ramgovind, S.; Eloff, M.M.; Smith, E. (Information Security for South Africa, 2010-08-02)
    Cloud computing has elevated IT to newer limits by offering the market environment data storage and capacity with flexible scalable computing processing power to match elastic demand and supply, whilst reducing capital ...
  • Molobela, I.P.; Sinha, P. (2011)
    Water is the commodity of life. Water is present everywhere and is a vital need for everyone globally. Without water, many lives will be threatened as it is required for human economic and social needs. Many challenges ...
  • Molobela, Itumeleng Phyllis; Sinha, Pramod (2011-08)
    Water is the commodity of life and is a vital need for everyone globally. Without water, many lives are being threatened as it is required for human economic and social needs. There are many challenges regarding water ...
  • Visser, P. (Computer Society of South Africa (on behalf of SAICSIT), 1983)
    This paper presents a summary of tutorial material on accepted management techniques and philosophies as applied to the development of large software systems, based upon the documentation for such systems.
  • Mwashita, Weston (2016)
    With the astronomical increase in cellular traffic, there is need to cut down on the power consumption so as to reduce CO2 emissions and in the process lowering network operational expenditure (OPEX). In this thesis, one ...
  • Maphosa, M; Eloff, M.M. (2012-09-17)
    Businesses and organisations are undertaking innovative projects to gain competitive advantage in the market. Research into innovative project management has been biased towards how innovative projects are managed to the ...
  • Harmse, RG; Pullen, G (1998)
    This paper describes a proposed solution to address some of the problems encountered when attempting to teach programming to a large number of students with diverse backgrounds and vastly different levels of technological ...
  • Mcleod, G (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1992)
    Organizations have used systems planning and development methodologies for some time now. Results are mixed, with some reporting substantial benefits, and others abandoning the process without achieving the desired benefits. ...
  • Potgieter, BC (2001)
    Computer scientists and information technologists are morally obliged to study the social impact of their technologies. They must also consider the results of the non-positivistic · approaches that are generally avoided ...
  • Kroeze, Jan H; Bothma, T.J.D.; Matthee, M.C. (2011)
    The article focuses on the conversion of linguistic data between an XML data cube and a three-dimensional array structure in Visual Basic 6 in order to eventually facilitate data access and manipulation. After a ...
  • Jordaan, Gerrit; Umenne, Patrice (IEEE, 2021-08-05)
    This system monitors and controls the temperature in a marine aquarium. This system measures the water temperature in an aquarium and then uses a heater and cooling fan to control the temperature within a range of 25-27°C. ...
  • Bause, F; Kritzinger, P; Sczittnick, M (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1994)
    The Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB) protocol or IEEE 802.6 has been accepted as the international standard for Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN). This paper describes a combined MIG/I and Markov model for the steady state ...
  • Toudjeu, Ignace Tchangou (2019-02)
    Linear Evolution Equations (LEE) have been studied extensively over many years. Their extension in the field of fractional calculus have been defined by Dαu(x, t) = Au(x, t), where α is the fractional order and Dα is a ...

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