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  1. Basic concepts of random matrix theory
    Van Zyl, Alexis J., 2006-11-16T06:43:49Z, Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch
    Thesis (MSc (Physics))--University of Stellenbosch, 2005. ...
  2. Testing random walk hypothesis in the stock market prices: evidence from South Africa"s stock exchange (2000- 2011)
    Chitenderu, Tafadzwa Thelmah, 2013, University of Fort Hare
    The Johannesburg Stock Exchange market was tested for the existence of the random walk hypothesis using All Share Index (ALSI) and time series data for the period between 2000 and 2011. The traditionally used methods, the unit root tests and autocorrelation test were employed first and they all conf ...
  3. The Kingship of God as a theological motif in the hymns of the Apocalypse of John.
    Letseli, Tankiso Letseli, 2008-01-09T09:01:48Z
    The Book of Revelation is the climax of all themes that are in the entire Scriptures. It is the fulfillment and zenith of all prophecies. The Apocalypse of John is perceived, especially among the African Christians, as a veiled text, irrelevant for our times, riddled with obscure, indecipherable sym ...
  4. An African perspective on poverty provebs in the book of proverbs : an analysis for transformational possibilities
    Kimilike, Lechion Peter, 2009-08-25T11:02:55Z
    An African Perspective on Poverty Proverbs in the Book of Proverbs: An Analysis for Transformational Possibilities. This thesis contributes to the emerging global scholarly discussion on prioritising the practical relevance of biblical interpretation, particularly in Africa. Taking poverty as a case ...
  5. “A study of the reading practices of parents with young children in Mitchell’s Plain.”
    Lister, Katherine, 2020-02-27T13:08:37Z, Faculty of Humanities
    This study “A study of the reading practices of parents with young children in Mitchell’s Plain” was conducted through a sample of five early childhood development (ECD) centres in Mitchell’s Plain. The study adopted a sequential transformative mixed method research design. Non-probability purposive ...
  6. Operators defined by conditional expectations and random measures / Daniel Thanyani Rambane
    Rambane, Daniel Thanyani, 2009-01-30T12:38:55Z, North-West University
    This study revolves around operators defined by conditional expectations and operators generated by random measures. Studies of operators in function spaces defined by conditional expectations first appeared in the mid 1950"s by S-T.C. Moy [22] and S. Sidak [26]. N. Kalton studied them in the settin ...
  7. Kognitiewe aspekte van lesersreaksies op 30 Nagte in Amsterdam van Etienne van Heerden en Swartskaap van Odette Schoeman / Lea Margaretha Marais
    Marais, Lea Margaretha, 2014-08-13T14:24:08Z
    Every reader will respond to and think in a different way about a book. They will have different interpretations of the book. It is not possible to say with scientific certainty in what way a reader will interpret a book. To address this issue, this study focuses on the reader response theory as exp ...
  8. Aeneas se onderwêreldse reis in illustrasie : ’n resepsie-historiese studie van tonele in Aeneïs VI
    Swanepoel, Liani Colette, 2008-07-31T12:48:53Z, Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch
    Thesis (MA (Dept. of Ancient Studies) -- University of Stellenbosch, 2005. ...
  9. A literature review on grounded theory
    No author, 2008-11-12T07:04:03Z
    M.A. ...
  10. Multilingual publishing : an investigation into access to trade books through the eleven official languages in South Africa
    Moller, Jana, 2015-07-02T11:06:08Z
    This study aims to investigate to what extent Constitutional ideals of language equity have been implemented in multilingual publishing, to improve access to trade books. In South Africa, publishing in the different language groups of English, Afrikaans and African languages has taken different path ...