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  • Nkambule, Mafika William. (2001)
    One major challenge in the design of wireless mobile networks is the provision of quality of service (QoS) guarantees. Mobile users would require resources to be available in the cells they would move Into in order to ...
  • Kunene, Hlengiwe Pinky. (2004)
    This research focuses on creating a component based repository architecture for mobile commerce services called (e-TOCOR) with the emphasis on component storage and retrieval. To realize this framework three tasks were ...
  • Khumalo, Themba Cyril (2004)
    A typical response to the challenge of rendering competitive services to the customers of the South African National Parks led to the development of architectural mechanisms for providing services by taking advantage of ...
  • Biyela, Philile Diligent (2004)
    This research work focuses on the development of an Interaction Security Contract (ISC) mechanism that enhances the capability of agents to protect themselves against compromised entities in Multi-Agent system. To realize ...
  • Ngwane, Mathalenta Jane Rosa (2005)
    Mobility management plays a significant role in the current and the future Internet in delivering effective services to the mobile users on the move. This research proposes a mobility management architectural framework ...
  • Kabanda, Salah Kemilembe (2005)
    This research work focuses on developing a new requirement engineering model (RSPL) based on a Model Driven Architecture and Web-tier application framework, to support automatic and interactive requirements generation ...
  • Mtshali, Mbalizethu Zandile Ntombifuthi (2005)
    The fast Internet growth has led to high demands for QoS provisioning mechanism to be implemented in the future Internet This dissertation presents the development and implementation of a resource reservation scheme to ...
  • Zuma, Siphesihle Mandlakhe (2005)
    This research work focuses on the development of the Context-Aware Component Interfacing Pattern, CACIP, aimed at contributing to current developments in distributed communication and collaboration in mobile wireless ...
  • Cwele, Bheki Agrippa (University of Zululand, 2006)
    The large number ofnodes in wireless networks and the fact that mobility is an important feature of a wireless system has made it a great challenge to sustain ongoing connections during handoff events. Real-time applications ...
  • Nyandeni, Thulani Clement. (2006)
    The ubiquity of the mobile wireless Internet has led to the increased use of reatime applications. Real-time applications are network resources hungry and propagation delay sensitive. These applications need service ...
  • Linda, Mcebo Brendon (2006)
    The dissertation presents the adoption of publish/subscribe pattern as the existing communication paradigm into the South African National Parks (SANPARKS) organization. It focuses on restructuring the existing SANPARKS ...
  • Nkosi, Mzomuhle Thuthuka (2006)
    Over the previous years, researchers have given much attention to explore the effective use of distributed systems to search, retrieve, and share information. Mobile agent technology has had a great impact in providing ...
  • Okharedia, Joseph Ayangbeso (2007)
    Organizations require the development of Information Repository to improve their products and services. With the rising interest in the semantic web, research efforts have been geared towards the integration of distributed ...
  • Moradeyo, Otebolaku Abayomi (2007)
    Mobile and pervasive computing with its peculiar feature of providing services at anywhere anytime basis has been at the centre of major computing researches in recent times. The device resource poverty and network instability ...
  • Shabangu, Petrus Sipho (2007)
    Publish/subscribe communication paradigm is becoming popular with its decoupling factor, and the filtering of the message stream during the process of dissemination. In a publish/subscribe communication model, a subscriber ...
  • Mudali, Pragasen (2007)
    Wireless multi-hop networks are not restricted to rural development efforts. They have found uses in the military, industry, as well as in urban areas. The focus of this study is on stationary wireless multi-hop networks ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Chani, Tarirai (2008)
    In this study, a consumer-initiated Service Level Agreement (SLA) framework was developed for Grid-based services in order to address the problems of rigidity and inability to meet consumer return-on-investment (ROI) of ...
  • 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 ...

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