Browsing Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology by Title

Browsing Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology by Title

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  • Singh, Nishant; Stander, Tinus (Springer, 2018-10)
    We present an active Q-enhanced pseudo-combline resonator integrated in 130 nm SiGe BiCMOS. It is shown that the resonator Q0 can be enhanced, controllably, from 15 to 1578 at 78.8 GHz through application of a SiGe HBT-based ...
  • Meyer, Natalie (University of Pretoria, 2008-08-15)
    E-commerce is becoming increasingly familiar across industries. Customers find it easier to browse and purchase items and services online than by visiting the traditional bricks-and-mortar stores. This allows the customers ...
  • Mawela, Tendani; Ochara, Nixon Muganda; Twinomurinzi, Hossana (Computer Society of South Africa, 2017-07-09)
    We live in a world that has seen a multitude of scientific and technological innovations and advances. One arguably revolutionary innovation has been the advent of the Internet. The Internet along with various other ...
  • Marufu, Masiya Passmore Alex (University of Pretoria, 2015)
    Governments the world over spend billions of dollars on e-government initiatives with the intention of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery to their constituencies. Despite the large amounts of ...
  • Ntuli, Audrey Bongiwe (University of Pretoria, 2015)
    The use of electronic resources at university library has become exponential in the last decade which can be credited to Information and Communication Technological innovations. University libraries have on their part made ...
  • Mkhize, Sfiso S.; Thomas, Darryll (SATC, 2005-07)
    Paper presented at the 24th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 11 - 13 July 2005 "Transport challenges for 2010", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
  • Naidoo, Rennie (Learning Information Networking and Knowledge(LINK) Centre, Graduate School of Public and Development, 2013)
    There has been little research that examines how public managers involved in e-government decisionmaking can sometimes negatively affect the welfare of citizens and waste public resources. This case study analyses ...
  • Le Roux, Elizabeth Henriette (University of Pretoria, Department of Visual Arts, 2015)
    Print culture came to South Africa with the Dutch East India Company, followed by the British colonisers. This influence persisted after colonisation officially ended, with the Union of South Africa in 1910. Many early ...
  • Ascroft, Carl (University of Pretoria, 2010-04-30)
    The Earwitness endeavours to explore the sonic qualities of the city, the spaces that sounds occupy and possibilities of how these spaces can be inhabited. The ability of sound to travel around corners and through walls ...
  • Geldenhuys, Daniel G. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2007)
    The article deals with the origins and background of the villancico, explaining its role in the transfer and assimilation of cultures between continents. It deals with the resultant metamorphosis and "otherness" of the ...
  • De Beer, Mikael (University of Pretoria, 2016)
    Recognising food security as a subset of the broader health debate surrounding life-style disease within South Africa s burgeoning informal settlements lead to an investigation into the designed landscape s ability to ...
  • Hopkins, Shawn B (University of Pretoria, 2005-09-14)
    The project aims to create a general awareness of our personal impact on our planet, while meeting the value based requirements of the client. Working within an existing context and land use creates the challenge of ...
  • Qin, Xiaoyong; Zhang, Kai; Chen, Lingen; Wang, Wenhua (HEFAT, 2017)
    An irreversible finite-time thermodynamics models of a two-stage AR (absorption refrigeration) system with variabletemperature heat reservoirs is established, the ecological function and the ECOP (ecological coefficient ...
  • Otto, Emmarie (University of Pretoria, 2016)
    Nature and humans are intrinsic parts of the same system, called a social-ecological system (SES), wherein freshwater ecosystems form one of the important bases of the survival of all life. Human activities, such as land ...
  • Du Plessis, Chrisna; Brandon, Peter (Elsevier, 2015-12)
    It has been widely argued that in order to move development into a positive curve towards sustainability, society needs to change the worldview/paradigm within which it currently operates; and that such a shift from a ...
  • Olivier, Bert (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2007)
    If the modernist artwork was autonomous in the sense of being subject only to the aesthetic laws of its own distinctive being, ecological artworks cannot be understood as ‘autonomous’, but – in accordance with ecological ...
  • Grobbelaar, Louw; Pauw, Samuel; Läuferts, Monika (Department of Architecture, University of Pretoria, 2008-05-05)
    The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences was granted its own building in the late 1980s. Designed to link the older buildings to the north with the more modern buildings to the south, the long narrow building shows ...
  • Van Aswegen, Henning; Pauw, Samuel (Department of Architecture, University of Pretoria, 2008-09-09)
    The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences was granted its own building in the late 1980s. Designed to link the older buildings to the north with the more modern buildings to the south, the long narrow building shows ...
  • Grobbelaar, Louw; Pauw, Samuel; Läuferts, Monika (Department of Architecture, University of Pretoria, 2008-05-24)
    The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences was granted its own building in the late 1980s. Designed to link the older buildings to the north with the more modern buildings to the south, the long narrow building shows ...
  • Grobbelaar, Louw; Pauw, Samuel; Läuferts, Monika (Department of Architecture, University of Pretoria, 2008-05-25)
    The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences was granted its own building in the late 1980s. Designed to link the older buildings to the north with the more modern buildings to the south, the long narrow building shows ...