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  • van der Westhuizen, N. (Open Journal Systems, 2010)
    CASA Essay. The paper judged to be the best student essay submitted to Akroterion by December 8, preceding publication of the volume for that specific year, is published annually as the CASA / KVSA Essay. The competition, ...
  • Blanckenberg, M. (Open Journal Systems, 2002)
    Hierdie bespreking ondersoek die moontlikheid dat beide Gaius Valerius Catullus en Antjie Krog in hulle digkuns gebruik maak van 'n persona as metafoor vir die kreatiewe proses van skryf. Gedig c. 50 van Catullus word ...
  • Thom, S. (Open Journal Systems, 2008)
    In Travels with Herodotus Ryszard Kapuscinski writes: "Herodotus admits that he was obsessed with memory, fearful on its behalf. He felt that memory is something defective, fragile, impermanent – illusory, even. That ...
  • Visser, D. (Open Journal Systems, 2009)
    The South African Military Academy was established in 1950 as a branch of the SA Military College, under the academic auspices of the University of Pretoria. A mere three years later, in 1953, the Union Defence Force ...
  • Kapp, P. H. (Open Journal Systems, 1997)
    The Cold War is a war that was never declared and never terminated. Historians differ rather seriously on when, how and where it began. They do not, however, differ on the fact that it simply faded away at the end of the ...
  • Wittemyer, George   Daballen, David   Douglas-Hamilton, Iain (Open Journal Systems, 2013)
    Knowledge of population processes across various ecological and management settings offers important insights for species conservation and life history. In regard to its ecological role, charisma and threats from human ...
  • Marx, Isa J   van Wyk, Niël   Smit, Salome   Jacobson, Daniel   Viljoen-Bloom, Marinda   Volschenk, Heinrich (2013-11-29)
    Abstract Background The lignocellulosic enzymes of Trichoderma species have received particular attention with regard to biomass conversion to biofuels, but the production cost of these ...
  • Minnaar, Steve   Reinecke, Robert (Open Journal Systems, 1993)
    Concurrent engineering is a systematic approach to the integrated, concurrent design of products and their related processes, including manufacture and support. It allows the consideration of all elements of the product's ...
  • Wilson, Kerrie A.   Underwood, Emma C.   Morrison, Scott A.   Klausmeyer, Kirk R.   Murdoch, William W.   Reyers, Belinda   Wardell-Johnson, Grant   Marquet, Pablo A.   Rundel, Phil W.   McBride, Marissa F.   Pressey, Robert L.   Bode, Michael   Hoekstra, Jon M.   Andelman, Sandy   Looker, Michael   Rondinini, Carlo   Kareiva, Peter   Shaw, M. Rebecca   Possongham, Hugh P. (Plos, 2007-09)
    Conservation priority-setting schemes have not yet combined geographic priorities with a framework that can guide the allocation of funds among alternate conservation actions that address specific threats. We develop such ...
  • Groves, G.W.   van Wijck, W. (Open Journal Systems, 2002)
    The technology of Constraint Programming is rapidly becoming a popular alternative for solving large-scale industry problems. This paper provides an introduction to Constraint Programming and to Constraint Logic Programming ...
  • Klagges, Carolina   Campoy, José Antonio   Quero-Garcia, José   Guzman, Alejandra   Mansur, Levi   Gratacos, Eduardo   Silva, Herman   Rosyara, Umesh   Lezzoni, Amy   Meisel, Lee A.   Dirlewanger, Elisabeth (Open Journal Systems, 2013)
    Despite the agronomical importance and high synteny with other Prunus species, breeding improvements for cherry have been slow compared to other temperate fruits, such as apple or peach. However, the recent release of the ...
  • Bailie, L. C. (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
    Iraq, following the 2003 US invasion, was more than just a site of physical conflict; it was also an event on the ground that encompassed a contest around classification. The reason for this contest – one that goes beyond ...
  • Matthee, H. (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
    Thousands of fighters from at least eight African states and several insurgent groups are involved in a war in Congo-Kinshasa since 1998. This article investigates the context and dynamics of the war to determine the reasons ...
  • Edwards, Shelley   Vanhooydonck, Bieke   Herrel, Anthony   Measey, G. John   Tolley, Krystal A. (PLOS, 2012-12-12)
    Convergent evolution can explain similarity in morphology between species, due to selection on a fitness-enhancing phenotype in response to local environmental conditions. As selective pressures on body morphology may be ...
  • Rhone, H   Page, DC (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
    In this paper the important .issues involved in successfully implementing corrective action systems in quality management are discussed. The work is based on experience in implementing and operating such a system in an ...
  • van Wijck, W.   von Benecke, M. (Open Journal Systems, 1999)
    This paper describesthe derivationof cost minimisingexpressions to optimallyset the processmeanof a manufacturing processrestrictedby a double-sidedspecification. Two scenariosare considered. For the first scenario,mul ...
  • Scholtz, L. (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
    The Angolan campaign of 1987- '88 came as the culmination of a long and bitter war between South Africa and Swapo. Although South Africa's underlying intention was to limit Swapo's guerilla war to the territory of Ovambo, ...
  • Chehab, Joel C.   Vilakazi-Nhlapo, Amanda K.   Vranken, Peter   Peters, Annatjie   Klausner, Jeffrey D. (Open Journal Systems, 2013)
    Setting: Public Health Facilities in South Africa. Objective: To assess the current integration of TB and HIV services in South Africa, 2011. Design: Cross-sectional study of 49 randomly selected health facilities in ...
  • Smit, Maria (Open Journal Systems, 2003)
    Review: Ulrike Rothe. Das einsprachige Wörterbuch in seinem soziokulturellen Kon-text: Gesellschaftliche und sprachwissenschaftliche Aspekte in der Lexikogra-phie des Englischen und des Französischen. 2001, vii + 282 pp. ...
  • Fourie, P   van Vuuren, JH (Open Journal Systems, 2007-06)
    Dedication of this Issue To Gerhard Geldenhuys, a pioneer of Operations Research in South Africa, on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday