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  • Cooper, Antony K; Greben, JM; Van Den Bergh, F; Gledhill, Irvy MA; Cannoo, BR; Steyn, WJVDM; De Villiers, R (South African Conference on Computational and Applied Mechanics SACAM08, 2008-03)
    A variety of armour units are used to protect breakwaters, piers and other harbour infrastructure, serving both to absorb the impact of violent seas and to reduce overtopping. A common type of armour unit is the dolos. ...
  • Ditsela, J; Coetzee, S; Cooper, Antony K (2011-06)
    An address assignment scheme identifies the components that make up an address and describes how values are assigned to these components. Address assignment schemes vary from country to country and there is often a strong ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (14th Conference of the Commonwealth Statisticians, 2005-09)
    The principal objective of the Data Management and Information Delivery (DMID) project in Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is to develop an infrastructure that supports the business of a statistical organisation, which ...
  • Van der Walt, M; Cooper, Antony K; Netterberg, I; Rubidge, BS (Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), 2015-11)
    A geographical information system (GIS) database was compiled of Permo-Triassic tetrapod fossils from the Karoo Supergroup in South African museum collections. This database is the first of its kind and has great time ...
  • Harvey, F; Iwaniak, A; Coetzee, S; Cooper, Antony K (GSDI Association, 2012-05)
    A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is an evolutionary concept related to the facilitation and coordination of the exchange and sharing of spatial data and services. Since its initial use, the SDI concept has shifted its ...
  • Coetzee, S; Harvey, F; Iwaniak, A; Cooper, Antony K (International Cartographic Conference 2013, 2013-08)
    Every spatial data infrastructure (SDI) reflects an evolving concept related to the facilitation and coordination of the exchange and sharing of spatial data and services. Today, SDIs are evolving in response to the ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; de Villiers, R; Greben, JM; van der Bergh, F; Gledhill, Irvy MA (SACAM10, 2010-01)
    A variety of concrete armour units laid on top of rubble mounds are used to protect breakwaters and other harbour infrastructure. Coastal engineers build three-dimensional physical scale models to understand the dynamic ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Schmitz, Peter MU (2002-01)
    This paper presents a few examples of tactical crime mapping and analysis done by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the South African Police Service (SAPS). In these cases, the police had already ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Coetzee, S; Ravno, K (2010-11)
    This short positional paper outlines several areas where research is required: 1) Novel ways of representing geovirtual environments on small mobile phone information displays that require limited bandwidth, 2) understanding ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (Humanitarian Logistics: Networks for Africa, 2008-05)
    Some of the research issues in humanitarian logistics and quantitative methods discussed in this presentation are Identifying people in a disaster; Facilitating movement of people and aid; Geographic Information Services ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Coetzee, S (Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Conference, 2008-10)
    Various countries and international organizations have address standards or are developing them. An address is needed for many more applications than just postal delivery, such as: goods delivery; connecting utilities; ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Majeke, B; Govender, S; Lance, K; Tieszen, LL (2005-11)
    The authors provided an introduction to data content standards for digital geographical information in this presentation, and summarised their assessment of 170 standards that they identified as candidates for further ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Gavin, EJO (Elsevier Ltd, 2005)
    This chapter attempts to paint a broad picture of the spatial metadata in Africa and the Middle East, through describing briefly the activities in countries and regional bodies across the region and providing more detail ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (2006-02)
    The CSIR is assisting Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) to develop an infrastructure that supports the business of a statistical organisation, including data stores and tools for streamlining statistics production. The ...
  • Bean, W; Viljoen, N; Schoeman, C; Cooper, Antony K; Modise, M (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    The South African Breastmilk Reserve (SABR) is a public benefit organisation that coordinates the equitable distribution of donor breast milk to neo-natal intensive care units (NICUs). The donated breast milk aids in ...
  • Schmitz, Peter MU; Cooper, Antony K (2009-05)
    There are many standards available for archiving digital and analogue (paper) data and documents, but these come from various sources and it can be difficult to understand what standards should be used, and where. Researchers ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (2003-10)
    A thought piece submitted to the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI), as part of their consideration of forming an European Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Group, and submitted by one of their experts to ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Kourie, DG; Coetzee, S (2010-10)
    Conventionally in formal concept analysis (FCA), concept stability is preferred in the lattice, because instability (i.e. low stability) represents noise that clouds the analysis of the data. However, high concept stability ...
  • Coetzee, S; Cooper, Antony K; Lind, M; Wells, MM; Yurman, SW; Wells, E; Griffiths, N; Nicholson, MJ (10th International Conference for Spatial Data Infrastructure, 2008-02)
    The authors present a comparison of current address-related standards, highlighting their commonalities and differences. Drawing from current experiences with these standards, they highlight the benefits of an international ...
  • Coetzee, S; Cooper, Antony K; Ditsela, J (2011-07)
    Traditionally, humans used an address as a direction to a building and its occupants. The advent of computers opened up a whole new range of possibilities, such as routing and vehicle navigation, automated processing of ...