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  • Ferreira, T.M; Billingham, P.A (1973)
    The difference between sound and noise varies from one human being to another. Noise, then, is simply unwanted sound and to understand how it can be combatted we must know more about its nature. A guide of acceptable levels ...
  • Chamber of Mines, South Africa (Chamber of Mines Services, 1978)
    In simple terms Fanakalo means 'like this'. Fanakalo originated in the sugar industry of KwaZulu Natal as a result of Indians trying to learn English and Zulu at the same time. The language spread across the boarders of ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; van Rooyen, MH; Clarke, DG; Liebenberg, EC (CSIR, 1987-09)
    Geographically referenced (geo-referenced) information consists of all information that refers to the man-environment system and that can be localized in space and time. The basic entity of geo-referenced information is ...
  • McGillivray, R (Learned Information Ltd, 1993)
    Local information distribution in electronic form in South Africa is a new and growing industry. Research shows that in any country the needs of users of information are largely for local information and to a lesser extent ...
  • Evans, ED (Learned Information (Europe) Ltd, 1993-08)
    The new South Africa needs information and the CSIR has enabled end-users to search international and local database using an intelligent gateway to provide easy, affordable access to all the well-known hosts. All terminals, ...
  • Watson, AG; Barnes, RJ (Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1995-07)
    Three problem-dependent meanings for engineering ''extremes'' are motivated, established, and translated into formal geostatistical (model-based) criteria for designing infill sample networks. (I) Locate an area within the ...
  • Grundlingh, M; Rossouw, M (Bureau for Scientific Publishers, 1995-07)
    The enlargement of surface wave height in the Agulhas Current, caused by waves propagating in the opposite direction to the current, is well known for its danger to large vessels traversing the Cape route. Occurrence ...
  • Sutcliffe, PR (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995-08)
    Geomagnetic field research carried out at the Hermanus Magnetic Observatory over the past decade is reviewed. An important aspect of this research has been the study of geomagnetic field variations, with particular emphasis ...
  • Thompson, M (Bureau Scientific Publications, 1996-01)
    For large areas, satellite remote-sensing techniques have now become the single most effective method for land-cover and land-use data acquisition. However, the majority of land-cover (and land-use) classification schemes ...
  • Turpin, SM; Cooper, Antony K (1998-11)
    Recently, the CSIR has been involved in two projects investigating information technology (IT) and related processes in the civil and criminal justice systems, one with the Department of Justice focusing on civil justice, ...
  • Rowlinson, LC; Summerton, M; Ahmed, F (Water Research Commission, 1999-10)
    It has been estimated that South Africa will reach the limits of its usable freshwater resources during the first half of the next century if current trends in water use are not reversed. Removing alien vegetation, responsible ...
  • MacPhail, C; Campbell, C (Bureau Scientific Publications, 1999-12)
    HIV continues to spread unabated in many developing countries. Here the interventions that are currently in place are considered and the methods that are being used to evaluate them as reported in the published literature ...
  • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, CSIR (CSIR Building and Construction Technology, 2000)
    This document provides performance-based guidelines for informed decision-making. The purpose is essentially to indicate the qualities that should be sought in South African settlements, and to provide practical guidance ...
  • Vogt, DR (University of York, 2000-09)
    In this thesis, Radio Tomography is the name of a geophysical technique for imaging the attenuation of high frequency continuous wave radio waves in the plane between two boreholes in the earth. One of the central problems ...
  • Kotzé, Paula (Terra Scientific Publishing Co, 2001)
    Vector magnetic field observations by the Orsted satellite during geomagnetic quiet conditions around January 1, 2000, have been employed to derive a spherical cap harmonic model (Haines, 1985) over the southern African ...
  • Barnard, E; Cloete, L; Patel, Hina M (Springer, 2003)
    The paper presents research aimed at overcoming barriers to citizens’ ability to access electronic government services. Our concern is specifically ‘non-connectivity’ barriers to electronic service delivery including ...
  • Barnard, E; Cloete, L; Patel, Hina M; Coetzee, L (2003-09)
    Government regulations have combined with a tremendous growth in prepaid cellular telephony to bring telephone connectivity to an unprecedented number of South African citizens – thus creating an ideal platform for delivering ...
  • Davel, MH; Barnard, E (PRASA, 2003-11)
    This paper describes a method for improving the efficiency of the language resource development process through bootstrapping.
  • Easton, H; Nakene, M; Naidoo, Soogandhree; Kafidi, PL (2003-11)
    South Africa is a developing country with diverse multi-cultural communities, eleven official languages and various infrastructure challenges. Enabling e-government is herefore considered a unique problem. A critical ...
  • Cloete, Jacob PL; Barnard, E; Patel, Hina M (2004-08)
    The authors report on research aimed at gaining an improved understanding of how issues such as language, literacy and previous exposure to technology affect citizens' ability to access government services of different ...

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