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  • MacLucas, David A (2012-10)
    The focus of the author's thesis was the aerodynamic flow field that develops as a result of the interaction of a moving plane shock wave with concave profiles. In this presentation, he discusses some of the interesting ...
  • Leenen, L; Terlunen, A (IEEE Xplore, 2013-11)
    The Military Unit Path Finding Problem (MUPFP) is the problem of finding a path from a starting point to a destination where a military unit has to move, or be moved, safely whilst avoiding threats and obstacles and ...
  • Das, Sonali; Gupta, R; Kabundi, A (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    This paper uses the dynamic factor model framework, which accommodates a large cross-section of macroeconomic time series, for forecasting regional house price inflation. In this study, the authors forecast house price ...
  • Botha, Gerda N; van der Walt, Christiaan (IEEE, 2017-12)
    Since the wind power generated by a wind farm is entirely dependent on meteorological conditions (such as wind speed, wind direction, humidity etc.), accurately forecasting wind speed based on these conditions over a 1 to ...
  • Taute, B; Grobler, M; Nare, S (2009-10)
    The world is increasingly dependent on ICT for computing, communications, transactions, commerce, data storage, entertainment and a host of other functions. Protesters, terrorists and warmongers have found the Internet to ...
  • Ngobeni, S; Venter, H; Burke, Ivan D (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010-01)
    Over the past decade, wireless mobile communications technology based on IEEE 802.11 wireless local area networks (WLANs) has been adopted worldwide on a massive scale. However, as the number of wireless users has soared, ...
  • Berglund, Martin; Bester, W; van der Merwe, B (Springer Cham, 2018-10)
    Whereas Perl-compatible regular expression matchers typically exhibit some variation of leftmost-greedy semantics, those conforming to the posix standard are prescribed leftmost-longest semantics. However, the posix standard ...
  • Thejane, T; Marwala, T; Smit, Jacoba E; Nelwamondo, Fulufhelo V (ACTA Press, 2012-09)
    An analog network model of the human middle ear is used to study the effect of terminal loads on the middle ear frequency response. A new transformer ratio value is computed and used to improve the model of the middle ear ...
  • Khan, ZC; Keet, CM (Springer, 2013-09)
    A purpose of a foundational ontology is to solve interoperability issues among domain ontologies and they are used for ontology- driven conceptual data modelling. Multiple foundational ontologies have been developed in ...
  • Makinana, S; Van der Merwe, Johannes J; Malumedzha, T (IEEE, 2014-08)
    Iris recognition systems have attracted much attention for their uniqueness, stability and reliability. However, performance of this system depends on quality of acquired iris sample. This is because in order to obtain ...
  • 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 ...
  • Burke, Ivan D; Naidoo, Sasha; 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 ...
  • Van 't Wout, Magdalena C; Ball, Shaun V; Oosthuizen, Rudolph (International Command and Control Research & Technology Symposium, 2019-10)
    Modern day conflicts give rise to complex problems that traditional military intelligence approaches and tools struggle to resolve. There is a need for prediction and/or forecasting in the military domain based on effective ...
  • Veerasamy, Namosha; Labuschagne, William A (IGI, 2018-04)
    This article describes how social media has revolutionised the way in which people communicate, interact and engage. This phenomenon has transformed the digital world with its ease, convenience and numerous capabilities ...
  • 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 ...
  • Heyns, Johan A; Harms, TM; Malan, AG (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2011-06)
    This study presents the development of novel modelling technology for compressible and violent free-surface flows, where the new technology aims to extend the capabilities of existing FSM formulations. For the purpose of ...
  • Smith, CJ (2011-09)
    his paper provides a case study for the realisation of a joint Network Centric Defence capability by merging existing information and communication infrastructure with new network enabling concepts. This capability was ...
  • Holloway, Jennifer P; Ittmann, HW; Dudeni-Tlhone, Nontembeko; Schmitz, P (AJOL, 2018)
    Elections draw enormous interest worldwide, especially if these involve major countries, and there is much speculation in the media as to possible outcomes from these elections. In many of these recent elections, such as ...
  • Lysko, Albert A; Masonta, Moshe T; Johnson, DL; Venter, H (2012-09)
    The paper describes the predictions made for Bergvliet, South Africa in terms of the availability of the frequency spectrum occupied by analogue TV broadcast around that area. The focus is made on the availability of ...
  • Smit, Jacoba E; Prinsloo, LC; Nel, JM (2012-07)
    Photosynthesis provides us with the most abundant and efficient light-harvesting systems found in nature. The photosynthetic process is very much dependent on the aggregation state of the chlorophylls and secondary ...

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