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  • Ittmann, HW; King, DJ; Maspero, EL; Van Dyk, FE; Bean, W; Willemse, E; Botha, M; Kekana, E; Havenga, JH; Jacobs, CG; Pienaar, WJ; Van Eeden, J; De Jager, D; Hobbs, IE; Simpson, E (2008-06)
    While the third State of Logistics survey in 2006 focused on the implementation of logistics strategies in a developing economy, the theme for this year’s study is logistics for regional growth and development. South Africa ...
  • Johakimu, Jonas K; Bush, T (Appita, 2011-03)
    The focus of this study was to seek an alternative way of manufacturing sack paper with uniform quality properties at increased refining energy efficiency compared to currently applied technologies. Kraft pulp produced at ...
  • Johakimu, Jonas K; Jerome, A; Sithole, Bruce; Prabashni, L (Springer Verlag, 2015-09)
    An alternative way of fractionating lignocellulose biomass into its individual components, hemicelluloses, lignin and cellulose, was investigated. South African Eucalyptus grandis wood chips were fractionated using a ...
  • Denneman, E (University of Pretoria: Faculty of Engineering, 2011-05)
    An innovative pavement system known as Ultra Thin Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (UTCRCP) was recently developed in South Africa. The technology is currently being implemented on some major routes in the country. ...
  • Denneman, E; Wu, R; Kearsley, EP; Visser, AT (Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), 2009-07)
    Pavement materials are subjected to high-cycle loading regimes. Conventional design methods employ the Palmgren-Miner damage hypothesis to predict the fatigue life of pavement materials. The material itself is usually ...
  • Smuts, H; Loock, M; Van Der Merwe, A; Kotze, P (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2009-10)
    Knowledge assets are of far greater value than any tangible asset and provide organisations with the basis for creating a sustainable competitive advantage. The nature of knowledge and knowledge management have given rise ...
  • Dlamini, IZ; Taute, B; Radebe, J (2011-05)
    Cyber security is a GLOBAL issue. The rest of the world needs Africa to be aware and ready. Furthermore, Africa can only be aware and ready if it is internally organised and collaborates effectively with the rest of the ...
  • Ngassam, EK; Kourie, DG; Watson, BW (Association for Computing Machinery, 2010-10)
    Previous work on implementations of FA-based string recognizers suggested a range of implementation strategies (and therefore, algorithms) aiming at improving their performance for fast string recognition. However, an ...
  • Joubert, LJ; Davel, MH; Barnard, E; Zimu, V (PRASA, 2004-11)
    The need for a bootstrapping approach to the morphological decomposition of words in agglutinative languages such as isiZulu is motivated, and the complexities of such an approach are described. The authors then introduce ...
  • Kotzé, P; Tsogang, M; Van der Merwe, A (Springer, 2012-10)
    The use of patterns and pattern languages in enterprise architecture (EA) is a relatively novel concept. Although both the concepts of patterns and EA are over 30 years old, the notion of design patterns is hardly applied ...
  • Mabaso, M; Withey, Daniel J; Twala, B (IEEE Xplore, 2016-02)
    Fluorescence microscopy imaging is an important tool in modern biological research, allowing insights into the processes of biological systems. Automated image analysis algorithms help in extracting information from these ...
  • Burke, ID; Naidoo, S; Olivier, MS (2010-04)
    Mobile Ad hoc Networks have become an attractive option for military and disaster-response operations. Its ad hoc nature allows for fast deployment and requires no pre-existing network infrastructure. Most of the MANET ...
  • Koen, H; De Villiers, JP; Pavlin, G; De Waal, A; De Oude, P; Mignet, F (2014-07)
    Rhino poaching in South Africa is leading to a catastrophic reduction in the rhino population. In this paper a Bayesian network causal model is proposed to model the underlying (causal) relationships that lead to rhino ...
  • Erasmus, L (INCOSE, 2013-08)
    In this paper a framework is proposed to perform systems engineering research within South Africa. It is proposed that within the reference of the National Research Foundation (NRF) classification of research, systems ...
  • Erasmus, L (INCOSE, 2013-08)
    This presentation discusses a framework which is proposed to perform systems engineering research within South Africa and the necessity for hybrid research methods in systems engineering.
  • Van Zyl, Lourens H (2011-06)
    The flutter analysis of T-tail aircraft poses challenges that are unique to this configuration, including the fact that the unsteady air loads are dependent on the steady load distribution and static deformation of the ...
  • Veerasamy, N; Eloff, JP (2007-09)
    Honeypots are decoy machines that are placed on the network to attract attackers, whilst also distracting them from more important targets. Honeypots are thus an ideal medium for collecting data that can later be studied ...
  • Jacobs, PC; Solms, SH; Grobler, MM (2015-05)
    Information and Communications Technology is often seen as a critical organisational asset. To prevent loss of revenue and money, as well as to protect organisational reputation, this asset must be protected from threats ...
  • Masonta, MT; Kliks, A; Mzyece, M (IEEE Xplore, 2013-09)
    The global migration of television (TV) from analogue to digital broadcast will see a large amount of TV spectrum available (called TV white space - TVWS) for other services such as mobile and broadband wireless access ...
  • Oosthuizen, R; Roodt, JH; Pretorius, L (ISEM, 2011-09)
    System Engineering is the process of identifying, implementing and maintaining solutions to real world problems. Some problems tend to be messy with no single solution or set of effective and accurate requirements, often ...