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  1. The use of genetic algorithms and neural networks to approximate missing data in database
    Abdella, Mussa Ismael, 2006-01-16T07:52:17Z
    Missing data creates various problems in analysing and processing of data in databases. Due to this reason missing data has been an area of research in various disciplines for a quite long time. This report intro- duces a new method aimed at approximating missing data in a database usi ...
  2. The use of genetic tests by the individual life insurance industry in South Africa
    Kinsley, Noelene, 2010-02-24T07:09:43Z
    MSc (Med)Genetic Counselling, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, 2009 ...
  3. The use of genotoxic and stress proteins in the active biomonitoring of the Rietvlei system, South Africa
    Mbizi, Zviregei, 2008-10-14T11:37:50Z
    The use of biomarkers in assessing the health of aquatic ecosystems is widely being used. Biomarkers have been proposed as sensitive early warning tools for biological measurement in environmental quality assessment. In this study, DNA damage, HSP 70 expression, Lactate dehydrogenase and alkaline ph ...
  4. The use of genotoxic and stress proteins in the active biomonitoring of the Rietvlei system, South Africa
    Mbizi, Zviregei, 2008-10-14T11:37:50Z
    The use of biomarkers in assessing the health of aquatic ecosystems is widely being used. Biomarkers have been proposed as sensitive early warning tools for biological measurement in environmental quality assessment. In this study, DNA damage, HSP 70 expression, Lactate dehydrogenase and alkaline ph ...
  5. Use of geographic information systems for planning semi-informal settlements. A case study : Hout Bay
    Kleyn, Bonita Shereen, 2000, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography : leaves 74-77. ...
  6. Use of geographic information systems for planning semi-informal settlements. A case study : Hout Bay
    Kleyn, Bonita Shereen, 2014-07-31T10:24:13Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography : leaves 74-77. ...
  7. The use of geographic information systems in the intergrated [sic] environmental management process : a case study of the Eastern Shores State Forest.
    Liversage, Timothy Mark., 2012-08-29T10:01:40Z
    With the increasing demands that human beings place on the environment, a concerted effort needs to be made to ensure that the environment is conserved and utilised in a sustainable manner. Therefore, it is imperative that all development actions be carefully scrutinised. The Integrated Environmenta ...
  8. The use of geographic information systems to identify the winter breeding sites of the Anopheles mosquitoes in Northern KwaZulu-Natal.
    Martin, Carrin Louise., 2011-10-31T11:54:09Z
    Malaria incidence in the province of KwaZulu-Natal is influenced by seasonal climatic variations, drug and insecticide resistance, and population mobility within the region. Current control methods are directed at the malaria vector, the Anopheles arabiensis mosquito, through indoor residual sprayin ...
  9. The use of Geographical Information Systems for the promotion of spatial cognition, spatial perspective taking and problem solving in school level geography
    Britz, Hendrina Wilhemina, 2013, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    A question asked at the United States of America (USA) National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) conference in 1967, namely, what learning does GIS allow that other ways do not and whether teaching GIS at school level is worth the time and effort required to implement it, remains largely unan ...
  10. The use of Gestalt therapy as an alternative assessment technique with primary school girls who have been sexually abused
    Oelofsen, Melanie, MEd (Educational Psychology), 2008-08-06, University of Pretoria
    The purpose of this study was to explore and describe the use of Gestalt therapy as an alternative assessment technique with two primary school girls who have been sexually abused. The empirical study of limited extent, was qualitative in nature and conducted from the interpretivist paradigm. I used ...