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  • Tekane, YC; Twala, B; Marwala, T (2015-01)
    We consider the problem of mapping with Miniature Aerial Vehicles (MAVs) in outdoor sites with distinguishable landscapes. The primary long range sensor in these MAVs is a miniature camera. While previous approaches first ...
  • Loveday, Philip W; Long, Craig S (Elsevier, 2014-11)
    The ability to measure the individual modes of propagation is very beneficial during the development of guided wave ultrasound based rail monitoring systems. Scanning laser vibrometers can measure the displacement at a ...
  • Burke, Michael G (PRASA 2010, 2010-11)
    The reliable detection and tracking of general objects is required by many field robotics applications, where autonomous agents need to navigate between and interact with dynamic targets in unstructured environments. This ...
  • Makinana, S; Khanyile, PN; Khutlang, Rethabile (IEEE Xplore, 2016-09)
    In crime investigation, fingerprint identification plays a major role in identifying culprits. However, traditional procedure of acquiring latent fingerprint tends to be destructive and leads to a limitation of not being ...
  • Duvenhage, A; Kourie, DG; Hancke, GP (2009-09)
    Modelling and simulation can be applied to support Joint Command and Control (JC2) which involves the interoperability of network-centric systems as well as legacy command and control systems. It is assumed that software ...
  • Adedeji, K; Hamam, Y; Abe, B; Abu-Mahfouz, Adnan MI (2017-06)
    Water loss through leaking pipes is inexorable in water distribution networks (WDNs) and has been recognized as a major challenge facing the operation of municipal water services. This is strongly linked with financial ...
  • Rosman, Benjamin S (University of Edinburgh, 2014-06)
    Recent trends in robotics have seen more general purpose robots being deployed in unstructured environments for prolonged periods of time. Such robots are expected to adapt to different environmental conditions, and ...
  • Barnard, E; Van der Walt, Christiaan M; Davel, M; Van Heerden, C; Senekal, FP; Naidoo, T (PRASA, 2009-11)
    Bayesian networks have shown themselves to be useful tools for the analysis and modelling of large data sets. However, their complete generality leads to computational and modelling complexities that have limited their ...
  • Ajoodha, R; Rosman, Benjamin S (AAAI, 2018-02)
    The recent widespread of availability of sensors, as part of the IoT, presents the opportunity to learn the properties of compound distributions in practical applications. Understanding temporal distributions by observations ...
  • Dlodlo, N (2011-04)
    Cloud computing is a sufficiently new research area. Since it is in its development stages, the information on the field is slowly being compiled by the researchers and practitioners from their experiences. Some of the ...
  • Hugo, S; Naidoo, T; Swart, H; Potgieter, S; Van Rooyen, P; Land, K (Southern African Institute for Electrical Engineers, 2012-03)
    Optical microscopy is widely accepted as one of the gold standards in disease diagnosis. However, factors such as cost and the need for a trained eye limit the prevalence of such equipment, particularly in resource-limited ...
  • Burke, Michael G (ACM Digital Library, 2017-10)
    Machine learning models trained using images can be used to generate image overlays by investigating which image areas contribute the most towards model outputs. A common approach used to accomplish this relies on blanking ...
  • Grobler, MM (University of Johannesburg, 2009-10)
    The candidate's research investigated the development of a model for Live Forensic Acquisition - Liforac. The Liforac model is a wide-ranging model that presents many of the most important aspects related to Live Forensic ...
  • Masonta, Moshe T; Oyedapo, J; Girod-Genet, M (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010-11)
    In recent years Internet usage and services, accessed through both fixed and mobile networks, have experienced rapid growth. This growth was driven by the capability of the Internet to provide many new services seamlessly ...
  • Maina, JW; Ozawa, Y; Matsui, K (Taylor & Francis, 2012-10)
    Conventional methods for road and airport pavement analyses, such as BISAR and GAMES, were developed based on a cylindrical coordinate system. Because of the loading symmetry due to the assumption that a circular uniformly ...
  • Salami, O; Bagula, A; Chan, A (2009-09)
    In inter-working multi-hop wireless networks, establishing resilient connectivity between source-destination node pairs is a major issue. The issue of connectivity in multi-hop wireless networks have been studied. However, ...
  • Pancham, A; Tlale, N; Bright, G (RobMech 2011, 2011-11)
    Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) allows a mobile robot to be completely autonomous in an unknown environment and perform its tasks. The robot is able to create a map of its environment and at the same time ...
  • James, S; Verrinder, RA; Sabatta, D; Shahdi, A (Robmech, 2012-09)
    This research addresses the Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) problem in the context of an underground mining environment. This would allow autonomous vehicle navigation in this hazardous setting. This environmental ...
  • Rens, G; Lakemeyer, G; Meyer, T (IOS Press, 2012-08)
    We propose a non-standard modal logic for specifying agent domains where the agent’s actuators and sensors are noisy, causing uncertainty in action and perception. The logic is multi-modal, indexed with actions; the logic ...
  • Rens, G; Meyer, T; Ferrein, A; Lakemeyer, G (2011-07)
    The authors propose a novel modal logic for specifying agent domains where the agent’s actuators and sensors are noisy, causing uncertainty in action and perception. The logic draws both on POMDP theory and logics of action ...

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