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  • Van Den Berg, M; Botha, Adèle; Krause, C; Tolmay, JP; Van Zyl, P (2008-10)
    MobilED started as an international collaborative project to facilitate and support teaching and learning through the creation and support of learning environments using mobile technology. This paper provides an overview ...
  • Botha, Adèle; Traxler, J; Ford, M (2008-10)
    Designing, implementing and evaluating educational technology for a developmental project in mobile learning is largely unchartered territory. This paper reflects on the process, the role-players, their contributions and ...
  • Ford, M; Botha, Adèle (2009-03)
    Historically Africa and it's people have faced many practical problems in their race towards digital inclusion and economic progress, such as a severe lack of infrastructure and resources. However, the advent of the cell ...
  • Fabricius, C; Scholes, RJ; Cundill, G (2006)
    The Southern African Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (SAfMA, http://www.maweb.org) was undertaken at a variety of spatial scales, from the regional (with sub-Saharan Africa as the assessment area) to the local (at the scale ...
  • Modungwa, D; Bolele, K; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM; Shaik, A (Massey University, 2008-12)
    In this paper, the requirements for a mechanical manipulator for achieving reconditioning of mould and die tools are determined. Reconditioning of mould and die tools involves the following manufacturing processes; ...
  • Bolele, K; Modungwa, D; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (5th International Conference of Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice, 2008-12)
    Two novel hybrib manipulators that can be used for reconditioning of mould and die tools are presented in this paper. These designs have been developed using the knowledge of the different manufacturing process and defects ...
  • Ogunleye, S (IEEE, 2009-12)
    In this paper, the authors develop a concept for mobile programming. Mobile tools for Hetbeans (MobiNET) design would support the development of mobile applications for various mobile phones. The authors evaluate Netbeans ...
  • Schulze, C; Flamm, D; Dudley, Angela L; Forbes, A; Duparr'e, M (SPIE Digital library, 2013-02)
    We present a novel technique to measure the orbital angular momentum (OAM) density of light. The technique is based on modal decomposition, enabling the complete reconstruction of optical fields, including the reconstruction ...
  • Schulze, C; Ngcobo, S; Duparre, M; Forbes, A (Optical Society of America, 2012-12)
    The modal decomposition of an arbitrary optical field may be done without regard to the spatial scale of the chosen basis functions, but this generally leads to a large number of modes in the expansion. While this may be ...
  • Rens, GB; Meyer, TA; Lakemeyer, G (Science and Technology Publications, Lda, 2015-01)
    The authors present a decidable logic in which queries can be posed about (i) the degree of belief in a propositional sentence after an arbitrary finite number of actions and observations and (ii) the utility of a finite ...
  • Zhang, Y; Roux, FS (American Physical Society, 2014-06)
    We investigate the effect of the down-conversion angle between the signal and idler beams in spontaneous parametric down-conversion on the bandwidth of the modal spectrum (Schmidt number) of the down-converted quantum ...
  • Flamm, D; Naidoo, Darryl; Schulze, C; Forbes, A; Duparré, M (Optical Society of America, 2012-07)
    A procedure for the real-time analysis of laser modes using a phase-only spatial light modulator is outlined. The procedure involves encoding into digital holograms by complex amplitude modulation a set of orthonormal basis ...
  • Litvin, IA; Stepanov, BI (The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2006-08)
    In this work the mode structure of a resonator with Bessel – Gauss transverse mode distribution was investigated. Under some configuration of like resonators, the authors have found that diffraction losses in high mode ...
  • Coetzee, L; Viviers, I; Barnard, E (PRASA 2009, 2009-12)
    Multi-modal human computer interfaces are becoming increasingly widespread, building on more capable and affordable devices along with advances in helper applications utilising advanced pattern recognition. These interfaces ...
  • Greben, JM; Elphinstone, E; Holloway, Jennifer P (ORSSA - Operations Research Society of South Africa, 2006-06)
    A novel model has been developed to predict elections on the basis of early results. The electorate is clustered according to their behaviour in previous elections. Early results in the new elections can then be translated ...
  • Leenen, L; Modise, M; Le Roux, WH (2009-03)
    This paper is part of a long term research project conducted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa. The objective of the project is to construct a model for the planning and execution ...
  • le Roux, P; van der Merwe, A; Gerber, A (2010-10)
    Due to the prolific growth in connectivity, the development and implementation of distributed systems receives a lot of attention. Several technologies and languages exist for the development and implementation of such ...
  • Stylianides, T (Elsevier Science B.V, 1998-10)
    This paper describes a model which has been applied in practice to determine an optimal plan for clinker capacity expansion. The problem was formulated as an integer linear program aiming to determine the optimal number, ...
  • Dube, C; Tsoeu, M; Tapson, J (IEEE, 2011-12)
    This paper presents a self collision detection scheme for humanoid robots using elliptical and circular capsules as bounding volumes. A capsule is defined as an elliptical or circular cylinder capped with ellipsoids or ...
  • Burger, L; Forbes, A (International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), 2007)
    A simple model of a Porro prism laser resonator has been found to correctly predict the formation of the “petal” mode patterns typical of these resonators. A geometrical analysis of the petals suggests that these petals ...