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  • Wiid, A. J. B.
    In this inaugaral lecture a very brief account of the development of Probability Theory is given. Different definitions of probability are discussed and it is pointed out that currently there is no general agreement as to ...
  • Smith, T. H. C.
    Computer Science as discipline is involved with the study of computers and the phenomena connected with computing, notably algorithms: programs and programming. In the lecture this definition is elucidated by discussing ...
  • Roering, C.
    In general little is known by the public about the subject of structural geology. This subject has basically to do with deformation of rock on all scales, from the globe itself right down to dislocations on an atomic scale. ...
  • Van Biljon, W. J.
    The present state of our knowledge concerning the internal composition of the earth is summarized and discussed. It is pointed out that the interior of the earth may consist of matter similar in composition to meteorites, ...
  • Hauptfleisch, G. J.
    Mathematics reflects the spirit and character of the period in which it came into being. It is the culmination of centuries of interaction between the subject and the cultures which bore it. We are today also establishing ...

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