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  • Gerber, AJ; Barnard, A; Van der Merwe, AJ (2006-05)
    The terms architecture, layered architecture and system architecture are often used by researchers, as well as system architects and business process analysts inconsistently. Furthermore, the concept architecture is ...
  • Barnard, A; Msomi, S; Moolman, S; Naidoo, Kersch (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    The current key development focus in organ preservation for transplant purposes is preservation of organs at normothermic or subnormothermic temperatures (i.e at or slightly below physiological temperature) as opposed to ...
  • Barnard, A; Kotzé-Jacobs, L; Moolman, S (Institute of Applied Materials, University of Pretoria, 2011-05)
    The use of biodegradable polymers in temporary surgical and pharmacological applications has become a prominent part of polymer research. Poly(e-caprolactone) (PCL) is widely studied for tissue engineering applications due ...
  • Barnard, A; Chetty, A; Klumperman, B (2012-10)
    The intelligent management of South Africa’s scarce water resources is a key focus area for the CSIR. This work aims to develop a rapid method for the detection of microbial contamination in water to assist authorities ...
  • Gerber, AJ; Barnard, A; Van der Merwe, AJ (2006-06)
    Semantic Web application areas are experiencing intensified interest due to the rapid growth in the use of the Web, together with the innovation and renovation of information content technologies. The Semantic Web is ...
  • Gerber, AJ; Barnard, A; Van Der Merwe, AJ (2007-02)
    Tim Berners-Lee proposed a layered architecture for the languages of the Semantic Web in 2000 and suggested an adapted architecture in 2003. The architecture was evaluated according to a list of layered architecture ...