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  • Carroll, M; Kotzé, P; van der Merwe, A (2010-06)
    Organisations are faced with a number of challenges and issues in decentralised, multiple-server, physical, non-virtualized IT environments. Virtualization in recent years has had a significant impact on computing environments ...
  • Halland, Y (2004-05)
    Managing requests for published information within an organisation can be a very cumbersome and difficult process particularly where costs have to be recouped from the client’s own cost centre. Keeping track of the current ...
  • Wall, K; Bhagwan, J (IWA Publishing, 2011-09)
    In an effort to improve the cleaning and maintenance of water and sanitation infrastructure in South Africa, an innovative franchising approach is being piloted at 400 schools, improving not only sanitation facilities, but ...
  • Turton, AR; Schultz, C; Buckle, H; Kgomongoe, M; Malungani, T; Drackner, M (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2006-06)
    Johannesburg is an unusual city because it is one of the few major cities of the world that does not lie on a river, a lake or a seafront. Since the discovery, of gold in 1886, Johannesburg has grown from a dusty mining ...
  • Leuta, T; John, J; Wright, C (Malnor, 2012-02)
    According to a World Health Organisation (WHO) survey, scientific evidence on the associations between housing and health has grown over recent years. In spite of this knowledge, housing and construction standards are still ...
  • Burmeister, O; Phahlamohlaka, J; Al-Saggaf, Y (IGI Global, 2015)
    Good governance from an ethical perspective in cyberdefence policy has been seen in terms of duty and consequentialism. Yet the negotiated view of virtue ethics can also address how nation states mitigate the risks of a ...
  • Scholes, RJ (2003)
    This guide informs CSIR staff about the standards that they are expected to meet when doing research. Researchers who follow this guide will have satisfied the legal requirement for 'due diligence' in their work.
  • Venter, Karien (2009-07)
    Concern about the level of lawlessness and the lack of discipline among South African drivers is prominent among South African authorities, media and public. Although South Africa historically did conduct research into ...
  • Pretoria News (Pretoria News, 2008-08-27)
    The head of the CSIR safety and security competency area, Dr Barend Taute, says that about 10 years ago the CSIR considered what could be done about crime in South Africa. They established a crime prevention centre which ...
  • Carter, RA; Brownlie, S (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1990-10)
    In the Kafferkuils now known as the Goukourivier the sediment dynamics of the estuary mouth region have been altered by the breaking of the sediment pathway into the historic sediment sink east of the mouth. This is done ...
  • Heydorn, HJ (CSIR, National Research Institute for Oceanology, 1989-02)
    This report provides historical overview on river catchment, ecology, biotic and abiotic characteristics and available information on the Gourits estuary. The Gourits Estuary, in common with other estuaries whose mouths ...
  • Meissner, Richard; Ramasar, V (Springer Verlag, 2015-10)
    Everyday international political economy (EIPE) offers an opportunity to rethink the role of individuals and citizenry in shaping governance of natural resources. In South Africa, significant progress has been made by ...
  • Jansen van Vuuren, JC; Phahlamohlaka, J; Leenen, L (Academic Conferences Limited, 2012-07)
    This paper investigates different government organisational structures created for the control of national cybersecurity in selected countries of the world. The main contribution is a proposed structure that could be ...
  • Patrick, MJ; Turton, AR (2006-10)
    The effective governance of transboundary waters requires an integrated and interdisciplinary approach. In order to make sense of the complexity of systems, such as transboundary river basins, there has been a legacy of ...
  • Hlophe, K (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    South Africa plays a major role in the international mining fraternity. Location information will enhance the safety in mines by permitting the realisation of wireless sensor networks (WSN), which are persistent and ...
  • Govender, Nicolin; Gledhill, Irvy MA; Kok, S; Wilke, N (Colorado School of Mines, 2013-08)
    The protection of harbours and coastal infrastructure is of vital importance to South Africa. A major development in the design of packing strategies for breakwaters is numerical modelling, and the use of physics engines ...
  • Wilke, DN; Kok, S; Snyman, JA; Groenwold, AA (Springer, 2013-06)
    We reflect on some theoretical aspects of gradient-only optimization for the unconstrained optimization of objective functions containing non-physical step or jump discontinuities. This kind of discontinuity arises when ...
  • Bustamante, RH; Branch, GM; Eekhout, S; Robertson, B; Zoutendyk, P; Schleyer, M; Dye, A; Hanekom, N; Keats, D; Jurd, M; McQuaid, C (Springer-Verlag, 1995-05)
    The structure of rocky intertidal communities may be influenced by large-scale patterns of productivity. This study examines the in situ rates of production by intertidal epilithic microalgae (chlorophyll a production per ...
  • Nabarro, FRN (AMER INST physics, 2000-08)
    If a stress sigma is applied to a polycrystal of grain size L, the mode of creep deformation depends on the answers to the following questions: (i) Does sigma exceed the Peierls stress sigma (p); (ii) Does L exceed the ...
  • Nelles, EM; Dewar, J; Van der Merwe, CF; Taylor, JRN (Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2003-02)
    Maize starch granule integrity and starch solubilisation at specific intervals during a relatively long pasting profile-which is known to exhibit biphasic peak viscosity character-was studied by microscopy and high-performance ...