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  • Immink, Kees A. S; Weber, Jos H.; Ferreira, Hendrik C. (IEEE, )
    Knuth published a very simple algorithm for constructing bipolar codewords with equal numbers of +1’s and -1’s, called balanced codes. In our paper we will present new code constructions that generate balanced ...
  • Joseph, Juliet (Elsevier, )
    The paper will discuss the impact that education technology has on the teacher-student experience and does learning really takes place or has the educator been removed from the learning environment. Technology can enhance ...
  • Hankinson, Michelle; Breytenbach, Amanda (Hankinson, Michelle & Breytenbach, Amanda. 2013. Barriers that impact on the implementation of sustainable design. Cumulus Conference: Northern World Mandate (Published 2013), )
    This paper aims to discuss interior designers and architects understandings of sustainable design and barriers that influence their sustainable design practices. The paper reflects on findings that were obtained from a ...
  • Mofolo, Mofolo R. O.; Lysko, Albert A.; Olwal, Thomas O.; Clarke, Willem A. (IEE, )
    In this paper we present a method of electronic beam steering for circular switched parasitic array (SPA) antennas. In circular SPA antennas, one achieves azimuth beam steering by open-circuiting and short-circuiting ...
  • Joseph, Molefe Coper (Research Committee 21, )
    Urban planning policies and models based on the modernist thinking are geared towards creating cities and towns constituted entirely of formal sector activities. Any activity regarded as informal is excluded from the urban ...
  • Mukenga, Mbala; Muzenda, Edison; Jalama, Kalala; Meijboom, Reinout (WASTE, )
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  • Mguni, Liberty L; Meijboom, Reinout; Jalama, Kalala (World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology (WASET), )
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  • Mbohwa, Charles (8th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy Water and Environmental Systems, )
    This paper investigates the potential for biomass and small hydro power in Zimbabwe to identify alternative and more sustainable power sources in Zimbabwe. It presents possible enabling framework that can guide decision ...
  • Chetty, Jacqui; Barlow-Jones, Glenda (International Association of Computer Science & Information Technology, )
    The objective of computer programming is that students learn how to develop solutions in computer programing languages, such as Java. However, to develop such solutions students need to be able to solve problems. Therefore, ...
  • Grobler, Martha.M.M.; Von Solms, Sebastian S.H.; Veerasamy, Namosha N. (Academic Publishing International Limited, )
    Cyberterrorism and the use of the Internet for cyberterrorism is an emerging field. Often cyberterrorism activities overlap with traditional hacking and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Infrastructure ...
  • Vermeulen, Andre; Pretorius, Jan-Harm C.; Kruger, David (Proceedings of PICMET '12: Technology Management for Emerging Technologies., )
    Successful organisations depend on leadership, process optimisation, and utilisation of resources. Optimisation is achievable through well-defined systems and supporting processes that guide organisations towards ...
  • Mabiza, Junior; Mbohwa, Charles (International Conference on Nanotechnology, Health and Environmental Sciences, )
    A new approach in the use of PGMs for the highly catalytic activity in the production of hydrogen by water electrolysis, is to reduce PGMs into nanometer size (nanophase), then integrate them into electrodes. Water ...
  • Onatu, George (University of Johannesburg, )
    The rapid growth in housing demand represents a mammoth task for both the present and future housing policy in South Africa. Local Government in an effort to address this challenge has placed a high premium to inner-city ...
  • Onatu, G.O.; Mbinza, Z. (Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference, )
    Purpose: The principal argument in this research is based on the fact that statistical data are very necessary for the formulation of policy and planning to target informal settlement challenge. Quantitative data is ...
  • Nel, Andrè; Clarke, Willem; Shumbwanyabwe, Mbuyu (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, )
    Access to information through telecentres is essential for social and economical growth in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. While many governments have established telecentres as means of bridging the increasingly wide ...
  • Ramdass, Kem (Tomorrow People Organisation, )
    There is a major emphasis on the education of the South African people to become responsible, participatory and reflective citizens that contribute to an emerging democracy. However, the government of SA is faced with many ...
  • Buckley, Sheryl; Giannakopoulos, Paul (Academic Publishing Ltd., )
    In a knowledge economy, knowledge, the way it is shared and created and the way these actions are managed could lead to either a competitive advantage and the organisation can flourish or be the demise of the organisation ...
  • Muzenda, Edison (International Conference on Innovations in Chemical Engineering and Medical Sciences, )
    Gas chromatographic detector types and application, as well carrier gas flow rate and column hold-up measurements are discussed in this paper. The flame ionization and hot wire detectors are discussed in detail. The ...
  • Von Solms, Sebastiaan; Ellefsen, Ian (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, )
    Critical information infrastructure protection is vital for any nation. Many of a country’s critical systems are interconnected via an information infrastructure, such as the Internet. Should the information infrastructure ...
  • Musonda, Innocent; Haupt, Theo C. (Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference, )
    Purpose: This paper presents a conceptual six factor client H&S culture model referred to as the LIP+3C. The factors leadership, involvement, procedures, commitment, communication and competence were theorised to explain ...

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