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Browsing by Author "Xulu, S.S."

Browsing by Author "Xulu, S.S."

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  • Pillai, Divya Balakrishna (University of Zululand, 2007)
    With the rapid development of new applications, comes the drive to modify the current Internet to accommodate real-time multimedia applications. The current Internet uses a single queue per output port to buffer packets ...
  • Sibiya, Mhlupheki George (2010)
    The advent of the Service Oriented Computing (SOC) paradigm, web services, and grid services can contribute towards addressing the hardware and software acquisition problems for the resource constrained enterprises such ...
  • Mutanga, Murimo Bethel (2008)
    The importance of wireless ad-hoc networks (eg wireless mesh networks) in community and commercial connectivity cannot be underestimated in view of the benefits associated with such networks. An ad-hoc network must ...
  • Sihawu, Siyasanga Amanda (University of Zululand, 2014)
    The increased usage of technology requires the user interface to be user friendly and easy to understand. In portals, the user interface is one of the critical components. Portal is a medium that Small Medium and Macro ...
  • Ipadeola, Abayomi Olayeni (2008)
    Device heterogeneity and the diversity in user preferences are challenges, which must be addressed in order to achieve effective information communication in a mobile computing environment. Many model based approaches for ...
  • Sibiya, Sible Sicelo (2009)
    Grid computing is fast becoming a popular technology in both academic and business environment. The adoption of this technology into the business environment has been slow due to some challenges such as how to overcome low ...
  • Sibiya, Sihle Sicelo (2008)
    Grid computing is fast becoming a popular technology in both academic and business environment. The adoption of this technology into the business environment has been slow due to some challenges such as how to overcome ...
  • Mzila, Phiwa Douglas (2007)
    There are many instances where tourists become strangers in foreign countries and have no way of discovering available services in place they visit. These services, which are known as location based services, are normally ...
  • Oke, Segun Isaac (University of Zululand, 2019)
    Breast cancer, which often occurs in the inner lining of milk ducts, is the deadliest and most common form of invasive cancer among females according to a 2017 report of the World Health Organization. The purpose of this ...
  • Jembere, Edgar (2007)
    Challenges to the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) arising from the emergence of mobile computing can be solved by tailoring the access and use of the mobile services to user preferences. User preferences are ...

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