Browsing Academy of Computer Science and Software Engineering by Author "Prof. E.M. Ehlers"

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  • Pike, Janine Claire (2009)
    This dissertation investigates how auctioneer agents can maximise the revenue of an auction. Auctions are an effective solution to agent negotiation because of their simplicity. They are therefore the most widely used ...
  • Coulter, Duncan Anthony (2008)
    Keywords: Multi-agent systems, cellular automata, cellular evolutionary algorithms, overlay networks, knowledge representation, prior art detection. The dissertation explores a set of naturally-inspired meta-heuristics ...
  • Van Niekerk, G.J. (2000)
    Layered Manufacturing (LM), also known as "Rapid Prototyping", is that process in terms of which a computer-designed model is created layer by layer with the aid of specific LM hardware. Telemanufacturing constitutes an ...
  • Langerman, Josef Jacobus (1997)
    This thesis investigates how intelligent agents can be used to solve airline scheduling problems. It is divided into three parts. The first states what airline scheduling consists of; the second discusses the results of ...
  • Sloan, Nevena (2010)
    Knowledge has become a valuable resource for organisations contributing to their competitive advantage through innovation. Over the years, the capture of organisational information has grown to include structured information, ...
  • Schoeman, Isabella Lodewina (1997)
    Surgical patients admitted to an intensive care unit, are susceptible to infection by a large number of micro-organisms. Host defence mechanisms are breached by severe injuries or operations, or the use of life-support ...
  • Botha, Johan Lodewyk (1997)
    MANTIS, which is the acronym for "Motion Analysis and Tracking Integrated System", was originally conceived as part of the Interactive Visual-Event Scheduling tool (IVIS). MANTIS is used as an interpreter of and to interface ...
  • Du Plessis, Gerhard Michael (1996)
    The present study comprises an investigation into and a discussion on the development of expert systems. The theme of the study is of topical interest, since expert systems form an important part of the latest developments ...
  • Jordaan, Jacoba Frederica (1998)
    This dissertation comprises an in-depth investigation into the domain of computer vision, with specific reference to the textile industry. The study consists of three main sections. In the first section, the computer-vision ...
  • Gerber, E. (2000)
    The domain of computer graphics has undergone phenomenal changes and improvements over the past decade, to the extent that photorealistic renderings have now become possible. Evidence of the vast potential of such ...
  • Barnard, Andries (1997)
    In this thesis we undertake a study of formal three-dimensional representational and acceptor methods. In lieu hereof then, we give a short overview of such strategies existing in the literature. Graph and graph grammar ...
  • Minnaar, Ursula (2009)
    The Semantic Web is an extension of the current Web. The goal of the Semantic Web is to give information “well-defined meaning, enabling computers and people to work in better cooperation” (Berners-Lee, Hendler, & Lassila, ...
  • Marais, Emil (1998)
    The technique known as "Rapid Prototyping" constitutes a technology that is already saving large corporations time and money in respect of prototyping. Currently, Rapid Prototyping machines are, however, still expensive ...
  • van Zyl, Terence Lesley. (2010)
    Information technology (IT) system development faces increasing challenges as a result of the complexity involved in the large number of interacting, distributed and concurrently executing components of systems. These ...
  • O'Reilly, Grant Blaise (2007)
    A modern day N-P complete problem is the assigning of frequencies to transmitters in a cellular network in such a manner that, ideally, no two transmitters in the same cell or neighbouring cells use the same frequency. ...
  • Basson, Steyn Nel (2003)
    We live in a modern world in which visual perception has become an absolute necessity. Navigating and walking around in a city without getting lost is a difficult enough task when using all senses, but if you are visually ...

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