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  • Hanslo, Ridewaan; Mnkandla, E (Polish Information Processing Society, 2018-09)
    Scrum has been the most widely adopted Agile methodology over the past decade with Scrum and Scrum variants offering alternatives to the old software development methods. While Scrum plays an important role in the success ...
  • Harvey, F; Iwaniak, A; Coetzee, S; Cooper, Antony K (GSDI Association, 2012-05)
    A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is an evolutionary concept related to the facilitation and coordination of the exchange and sharing of spatial data and services. Since its initial use, the SDI concept has shifted its ...
  • Ittmann, HW; Meyer, IA; Marais, Mario A; De Jager, C; Van Dyk, FE; Maspero, EL; Ralehoko, EN; Ndlazi, AT (CSIR Centre for Logistics, 2005-11)
    In the first State of Logistics in 2004 the need for measurement and revitalisation of basic infrastructure in South Africa' dual economy was accentuated. The process of addressing these needs has started with the release ...
  • Olivier, JJ; Greenwood, PH; Cooper, Antony K; McPherson, DR; Engelbrecht, R (ASPRS Publications, 1990)
    Owing to the complex, inter-disciplinary nature of geographical information systems (GIS), and to the wide variety of commercial GIS software available, considerable effort is needed to select software and hardware which ...
  • Mwakikunga, BW; Forbes, A; Sideras-Haddad, E; Scriba, MR; Manikandan, E (2010)
    Laser photolysis of WCl6 in ethanol and a specific mixture of V2O5 and VCl3 in ethanol lead to carbon modified vanadium and tungsten oxides with interesting properties. The presence of graphene’s aromatic rings (from the ...
  • Coetzee, S; Harvey, F; Iwaniak, A; Cooper, Antony K (International Cartographic Conference 2013, 2013-08)
    Every spatial data infrastructure (SDI) reflects an evolving concept related to the facilitation and coordination of the exchange and sharing of spatial data and services. Today, SDIs are evolving in response to the ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; de Villiers, R; Greben, JM; van der Bergh, F; Gledhill, Irvy MA (SACAM10, 2010-01)
    A variety of concrete armour units laid on top of rubble mounds are used to protect breakwaters and other harbour infrastructure. Coastal engineers build three-dimensional physical scale models to understand the dynamic ...
  • Greben, JM (2006-07)
    Complexity science is often seen as the science of emerging non-linear phenomena. In this paper the authors discuss some emerging aspects of non-linear solutions in physics. These solutions owe their elegance and simplicity ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Schmitz, Peter MU (2002-01)
    This paper presents a few examples of tactical crime mapping and analysis done by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the South African Police Service (SAPS). In these cases, the police had already ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Coetzee, S; Ravno, K (2010-11)
    This short positional paper outlines several areas where research is required: 1) Novel ways of representing geovirtual environments on small mobile phone information displays that require limited bandwidth, 2) understanding ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (Humanitarian Logistics: Networks for Africa, 2008-05)
    Some of the research issues in humanitarian logistics and quantitative methods discussed in this presentation are Identifying people in a disaster; Facilitating movement of people and aid; Geographic Information Services ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Coetzee, S (Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Conference, 2008-10)
    Various countries and international organizations have address standards or are developing them. An address is needed for many more applications than just postal delivery, such as: goods delivery; connecting utilities; ...
  • Cooper, Antony K (1989-04)
    Geographically referenced (geo-referenced) information consists of all information that refers to the human-environment system and that can be localized in space and time. This includes cadastral, topographic, hydrographic ...
  • Blok, T; Janse van Rensburg, P; Swart, C; Kussing, U; Bruwer, T; Du Toit, J; Hayman, L; Weilbach, F; Eksteen, P; Van Tonder, M; Louw, J; Van Dyk, E (PWC (PricewaterhouseCoopers), 2013-09)
    PwC’s 2013 South African wine industry insights survey explores some of the issues facing local wine businesses, specifically those evident from the financial results of the 2012 harvest, human resource management practices ...
  • Si, YL; Debba, Pravesh; Skidmore, AK; Toxopeus, AG; Li, L (International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2008-07)
    The global spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) in wild birds and poultry is considered a significant pandemic threat. Furthermore, human infections resulting from direct contact with infected birds/ poultry ...
  • Gupta, R; Das, Sonali (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008-06)
    This paper estimates Spatial Bayesian Vector Autoregressive models (SBVAR), based on the First-Order Spatial Contiguity and the Random Walk Averaging priors, for six metropolitan areas of South Africa, using monthly data ...
  • Cooper, Antony K; Majeke, B; Govender, S; Lance, K; Tieszen, LL (2005-11)
    The authors provided an introduction to data content standards for digital geographical information in this presentation, and summarised their assessment of 170 standards that they identified as candidates for further ...
  • Si, Y; Skidmore, AK; Wang, T; de Boer, WF; Debba, Pravesh; Toxopeus, AG; Li, L; Prins, HHT (GnosisGIS, 2009-11)
    The global spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in poultry, wild birds and humans, poses a significant pandemic threat and a serious public health risk. An efficient surveillance and disease control system ...
  • Majeke, B; Cho, Moses A; Debba, Pravesh; Mathieu, Renaud SA; Ramoelo, Abel (2009-03)
    The management of the Kruger National Park, South Africa has expressed the need to find cost-effective and rapid means to assess species diversity in the park. Remote sensing is viewed as a cost-effective alternative to ...
  • Dudeni, N; Debba, Pravesh; Cho, Moses A; Mathieu, Renaud SA (IEEE, 2009-08)
    In vegetation spectroscopy, compositional information of leaves contained at band level or across the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) and parts thereof, plays a huge rule in the analysis of spectra and their relations to ...

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