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  • Joubert, JW; Van Heerden, Q (SATC 2013, 2013-07)
    Recent developments in agent-based transport simulation provide promising results. However, the agent-based approach is frequently criticized for its apparent dependence on vast amounts of, mostly unattainable, data. In ...
  • Van Heerden, Q; Joubert, JW (2013-07)
    Recent developments in agent-based transport simulation provide promising results. However, the agent-based approach is frequently criticized for its apparent dependence on vast amounts of, mostly unattainable, data. In ...
  • Viljoen, N (2012-10)
    This presentation discusses some of the operational constraints and opportunities humanitarian organisations and informal businesses face.
  • Botha, M; Ittmann, HW (Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), 2008-07)
    Logistics hubs are very well established internationally and many examples exist where these have been successfully built and implemented. This success have lead to the proliferation of such hubs and in South Africa there ...
  • Ittmann, HW (Cape Media, 2008-05)
    Urbanisation, coupled with sustained economic growth, implies that more and more goods and commodities need to be supplied to urban areas. This trend has been observed world-wide in the last number of years. Whereas ...
  • Viljoen, NM (2012-07)
    Project-based learning is a popular engineering education approach that involves at least three stakeholders – students, faculty and an external client. But more often than not, one or more of these parties have to compromise ...
  • Schmitz, Peter MU; Stylianides, T (2002-12)
    South Africa is subdivided into provinces and each province is further subdivided into magisterial districts, the area of jurisdiction of a district court. South African Courts have a three-tier structure namely: district, ...
  • Schmitz, Peter MU; Cooper, Antony K (2000-12)
    This paper describes a method that uses a desktop geographical information system (GIS) to plot cellular telephone conversations made when crimes are committed, such as hijackings, hostage taking, kidnapping, rape and ...
  • Khuluse, S; Dowdeswell, M; Debba, Pravesh; Stein, A (2010-11)
    Flooding is often associated with heavy rainfall. Hence quantifying the probability associated with heavy rainfall events is useful in hydrology for design flood estimation and mapping Rainfall varies over time and space, ...
  • Maspero, EL; Van Dyk, FE; Ittmann, HW (Sabinet online, 2008-11)
    As a direct result of the 9-11 New York attack all modes of freight and passenger transportation were scrutinised for vulnerabilities. Over 90% of international trade takes place via sea transport for at least some part ...
  • Ostensen, O; O'Brien, D; Cooper, Antony K (ISO, 2008-02)
    Natural variability and human influence on climate change are discussed, as well as the ISO Technical Committee ISO/TC 211, Geographic information / Geomatics, who has developed a suite of standards for geographic information ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (2014-04)
    This presentation provides an overview of a meta-language for land use classification. It also explains why land use can’t always be determined from imagery, and why land use is not the same as land cover, zoning or ...
  • Debba, Pravesh; Carranza, E; Stein, A; Van der Meer, F (ee publishers, 2010-03)
    This research describes a quantitive methodology for deriving optimal exploration target zones based on a probalistic mineral prospectivity map.The Rodalquilar mineral district is located in the Sierra del Cabo de Gata ...
  • Debba, Pravesh (2009-07)
    This presentation presented to the SASA Eastern Cape Chapter at Rhodes University posses two questions: (a) how could estimates of abundances of spectrally similar iron-bearing oxide/hydroxide/sulfate minerals in complex ...
  • Stylianides, T (Elsevier Science B.V, 1998-10)
    This paper describes a model which has been applied in practice to determine an optimal plan for clinker capacity expansion. The problem was formulated as an integer linear program aiming to determine the optimal number, ...
  • Deiss, JA; Berman, Robert J; Kienhofer, F (2018-09)
    A performance-based standards (PBS) framework evaluates actual on-road performance of a vehicle, allowing the length and mass of a vehicle to exceed prescriptive legislation, without compromising on vehicle safety and ...
  • Dudeni-Tlhone, N; Ramoelo, Abel; Cho, Moses A; Debba, Pravesh; Mathieu, Renaud SA (2010-10)
    This paper uses the spatial and the least squares (Analysis of Covariance-ANCOVA) regression methods to evaluate the important environmental factors in estimating quality grass for grazing (based on the nitrogen (N) content ...
  • Ortmann, FG; Van Vuuren, JH; Van Dyk, FE (Orion – Johannesburg, 2006-04)
    A description is provided of work performed as part of the fruit logistics infrastructure project commissioned by the South African Deciduous Fruit Producers’ Trust and coordinated by the South African Council for Scientific ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rakitianskaia, AS; Olivier, MS; Cooper, Antony K (2011-08)
    Online social spaces have become very popular in the past couple of decades. With the great numbers of users in the online environments it becomes obvious that the human factor plays an important role in the social structure ...

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