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  • Cooper, Antony K; Coetzee, S; Kaczmarek, I; Kourie, DG; Iwaniak, A; Kubik, T (AfricaGEO, 2011-05)
    The University of Pretoria in South Africa and the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in Poland have a joint research project under the SA/Poland Cooperation Agreement on Cooperation in Science and ...
  • Nkosi, MT; Mekuria, F; Gejibo, SH (IEEE, 2011-06)
    Healthcare providers are facing growing challenges in patient diagnostics and information gathering due to in-adequate infrastructure and insufficient number of health-care professionals to perform such operations. The ...
  • Adam, R; Herselman, M; Chuang, CH; Smit, D; Eloff, JHP; Zielinski, MP (2011-11)
    The purpose of this paper is to discuss certain challenges that emerge when evaluating a Living Lab (LL). These challenges are linked to the choice of evaluation methods as well as whether to measure, when, what and how ...
  • Mutanga, MB; Mudali, P; Dlamini, IZ; Ndlovu, L; Xulu, SS (The authors, 2010-05)
    Network forensics plays a major role in the investigation of criminal activities involving computer networks. Investigating such crimes is still an open research area due to the fact that technology is always advancing ...
  • Barnard, E (PRASA, 2009-11)
    The authors have previously argued that the infamous "No Free Lunch" theorem for supervised learning is a paradoxical result of a misleading choice of prior probabilities. Here, they provide more analysis of the dangers ...
  • Hwabamungu, B; Brown, I; Williams, Q (Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group for ICT in Global Development (SIG GlobDev), 2015-05)
    Information Systems (IS) strategizing research conducted mostly in the private sector setting indicates that there are many challenges to the implementation of Information Systems strategy and that there is need for further ...
  • Mothetha, M; Nkuna, Z; Mema, V (2013-07)
    The majority of rural areas in South Africa are experiencing the challenges of accessing water services because they cannot afford to pay for municipal services. However, the Water Services Authorities (WSA) and Water ...
  • Benson, JM; Chikwanda, HK (2007-11)
    Titanium has fired the imagination of engineers and designers for decades by its ‘ideal’ combination of high strength, low density and good corrosion resistance. However, its application has unfortunately been limited to ...
  • Roux, SP (2009-05)
    Include neutralization and chemical precipitation as well as membrane dependent processes. Biological sulphate reduction is another, environmentally benign option but relies heavily on the availability of an economically ...
  • Van Eden, B; Rosman, Benjamin S; Withey, Daniel J; Ratshidaho, T; Keaikitse, M; Masha, D; Kleinhans, A; Shaik, A (RobMech, 2014-11)
    Mobile manipulation is a robotics paradigm with the potential to make major contributions to a number of important domain areas. Although some mobile manipulators are commercially available, bespoke systems can be assembled ...
  • Singh, RG; Engelbrecht, Jeanine; Kemp, J (CONSAS, 2015-06)
    Identification and protection of areas that are vulnerable to erosion is essential for the conservation of the sensitive wetlands and estuarine ecosystems along the Xolobeni coastal strip. The forecasting of these erosion ...
  • Steyn, M; Genthe, Bettina (International Water Association, 2009-05)
    Much attention is given to the recording of diarrhoea incidence among children under the age of 5. This is used as an indicator of health of the community since diarrhoea historically has a more profound effect on children ...
  • Herselman, M (Creative Commons, 2014-12)
    In Section 1 the importance of engaging with the community and to involve stakeholders even before the initiative was implemented were highlighted. If this was not handled correctly the initiative would have failed even ...
  • Van der Merwe, GH; Du Plessis, LM; Taylor, JRN (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2004-01-15)
    Six quality indices, namely free fatty acids (FFA), peroxide value (PV), anisidine value (AV), oxidative stability index (OSI), total tocopherols and headspace volatiles (hexanal, t-2-hexenal and t,t-2,4-decadienal), were ...
  • Wright, CY; Archibald, S; Garland, Rebecca M; Naidoo, M; Frost, F; Phala, N (2013-09)
    Solar ultraviolet radiation (UVR) levels are affected by airborne aerosols, such as particles and gases released during biomass burning events. Two large-scale fires in South Africa were identified and selected based on ...
  • Young, R; Gomez, MH; McDonough, CM; Waniska, RD; Rooney, LW (American Association Cereal Chemists, 1993-03)
    Sorghum grains varying in grain hardness or endosperm texture (soft and intermediate) and starch composition (nonwaxy and waxy) were parboiled. Whole grain (one volume) and water (three volumes) were boiled, soaked for 12 ...
  • Oelofse, Suzanna HH (2013-08)
    This presentation deals with the changes which can be expected in the waste management legislation and the implementation of new methods of management.
  • Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Muswema, Aubrey P; Koen, Renée (2016-10)
    Changing the face of waste management in South Africa, includes waste diversion from landfill to alternative management options. There are a number of interventions to consider which may vary from very low tech, labour ...
  • Grobler, M; Jansen van Vuuren, J; Zaaiman, J (Academic Conferences International, 2011-03)
    The international scope of the internet and global reach of technological usage requires the South African legislative system to address issues related to the application and implementation of international legislation. ...
  • Alberts, Ronell; Botha, Adele; Fogwill, Thomas A (IEEE, 2014-12)
    Mobile technologies have become a social reality in large parts of the developing world in general and in Africa especially. The large scale connected representativeness of access to and often ownership of mobile devices ...