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  • Keet, CM; Khan, MT; Ghidini, C (2014-11)
    Generic, reusable ontology elements, such as a foundational ontology's categories and part-whole relations, are essential for good and interoperable knowledge representation. Ontology developers, which include domain experts ...
  • Moodley, D; Seebregts, CJ; Pillay, AW; Meyer, T (Springer link, 2013-08)
    eHealth governance and regulation are necessary in low resource African countries to ensure effective and equitable use of health information technology and to realize national eHealth goals such as interoperability, ...
  • Klarman, S; Britz, K (25th International Conference On Inductive Logic Programming, 2015-08)
    Data-driven elicitation of ontologies from structured data is a well-recognized knowledge acquisition bottleneck. The development of efficient techniques for (semi-)automating this task is therefore practically vital - ...
  • Ramorulane, Dave (2012-06)
    Open Access (OA) refers to electronic scholarly articles, books, monographs and other grey literature that is freely available. Various electronic platforms limit access to their content due to subscription costs, firewalls, ...
  • Fisher, R; Ledwaba, Lehlogonolo; Hancke, G; Kruger, Carel (MDPI, 2015-03)
    The concept of the Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a reality, with many applications being deployed within industrial and consumer sectors. At the ‘thing’ level—devices and inter-device network communication—the ...
  • Namoshe, M; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM; Bright, G (Massey University, 2008-12)
    Despite advances in recent years, autonomous multi-robot systems remain classed as complex systems, because control and coordination of these systems remain a challenging task. Autonomous mobile robot houses heterogeneous ...
  • Molefe, Onkgopotse M; Fogwill, TA (Information Society Technologies (IST), 2009-05)
    Open Source communities (OSCs), sometimes referred to as virtual or online communities play a significant role in terms of the contribution they continue to make in producing user-friendly Open Source Software (OSS) ...
  • Molefe, Onkgopotse M; Fogwill, T; Gerber, A; van der Merwe, A (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    Open source software (OSS) has gained prominence worldwide, largely due to cost savings and security considerations. This has caused a change in the IT sector and has led to the migration of desktops from proprietary to ...
  • Van Wyk, Llewellyn V (2008-03)
    The notion of “open building” arose out of a counter movement within the Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne (CIAM) to the promotion of modern mass housing theories in post-First World War Europe. The opponents ...
  • Macleod, D (Apache Software Foundation, 2013-05)
    With the recent release of an OFED which supports SR-IOV on Infiniband HCAs it is now possible to use verbs from inside a VM. This VMM driver supports these Infiniband HCAs, and any other SR-IOV network device, in OpenNebula.
  • Ndwe, J; Barnard, E; Dlodlo, M; Mashao, D; Kuun, C; Sharma, A (Springer, 2008-09)
    The OpenPhone project aims to design an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) health information system that enables people who are caregivers for HIV/AIDS infected children to access relevant information by using a telephone ...
  • Amigun, B; Von Blottnitz, H (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011-10)
    Given the high cost of crude oil, uncertainties regarding future reserves as well as the phenomenon of global warming, alternative fuels such as bioethanol need to be developed and deployed. This work presents an economic ...
  • Ngwadla, Xolisa (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
    Equity is a highly contentious but essential area of negotiation, if a stable and effective international climate agreement with broad participation is to be achieved. Three perspectives on the magnitude dimensions of ...
  • Taljaard, Susan; Botes, WAM; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Viljoen, P (Water Research Commission, 2006-10)
    In 1998, South Africa’s National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998) was promulgated to give legal status to the White Paper on a National Water Policy (April 1997) and the Department of Water Affairs’ (DWAF) water quality management ...
  • Austin, LM (2006)
    There are approximately 50,000 urine diversion (UD) toilets in South Africa. Emptying the vaults implies that the faecal material must be handled, usually with spades or rakes. Should the material be used for agricultural ...
  • Landman, WA; Beraki, A (ICTP, 2011-09)
    The development of operational seasonal prediction as a science in South Africa is explained, as well as the current forecast systems and how they may further evolve.
  • Oosthuizen, R; Roodt, JHS (2012-06)
    Combat presents a complex system that requires effective management to ensure successful completion of missions. Management of own forces and other assets in the pursuit of mission objectives is performed by the Command ...
  • Ittmann, HW; Van Dyk, FE; Meyer, IA; Janse Van Rensburg, SJ (Operations Research Society of South Africa (ORSSA), 2007)
    Apart from work in the mining industry during the 1950s, the first real Operations Research (OR) group in South Africa was established at CSIR in the early 1960s. Those initially involved in this group played a significant ...
  • Ittmann, HW; Sarma Yadavalli, VS (Wiley, 2010-06)
    The history and current activities of the Operations Research Society of South Africa (ORSSA) is presented in this chapter
  • Sitas, Nadia E; Prozesky, HE; Esler, KJ; Reyers, B (Springer, 2014-10)
    Despite much progress in ecosystem services research, a gap still appears to exist between this research and the implementation of landscape management and development activities on the ground, especially within a developing ...