UCT CS Research Document Archive

Subject: K.4 COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY


    Number of records: 38.

  1. Kapuire, Gereon Koch, Heike Winschiers Theophilus, Shilumbe Chivuno Kuria, Nicola J Bidwell and Edwin Blake (2010) A revolution in ICT, the last hope for African Rural Communities' technology appropriation. In Proceedings International Development Informatics Association Conference (IDIA2010), Cape Town, South Africa .

  2. Phokeer, Amreesh and Alain Aina (2016) A survey of anti-spam mechanisms and their usage from a Regional Internet Registry's perspective. In Proceedings IST-Africa 2016, Durban, South Africa.

  3. Kapuire, Gereon Koch, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus and Edwin Blake (2015) An insider perspective on community gains: A subjective account of a Namibian rural communities' perception of a long-term participatory design project. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 74:124-143.

  4. Meissner, Fritz and Edwin Blake (2013) Availability4D: Refining the link between availability and adoption in marginalised communities. . In Kotze, Paula, Gary Marsden, Gitte Lindgaard, Janet Wesson and Marco Winckler, Eds. Proceedings INTERACT 2013 -- 14th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 8117, pages 762-779, Cape Town, South Africa.

  5. Blake, Edwin H and William D Tucker (2004) Bridging Communications Across the Digital Divide. In Proceedings Proceedings of Social Intelligence Design 2004, Enschede, Netherlands.

  6. Blake, Edwin H. (2009) Computer Science and Global Development. In Parikh, Tapan, Muneeb Ali, Lakshmi Subramanian and Bill Thies, Eds. Proceedings CCC Workshop on Computer Science and Global Development, Berkeley, CA.

  7. Chetty, Marshini (2005) Developing locally relevant applications for rural South Afica: a telemedicine example. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  8. Haji, Haji Ali, Hussein Suleman and Ulrike Rivett (2014) Developing Mobile Graphic Reminders for Reinforcing Compliance in Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. In MJ (Thinus), Booysen, Eds. Proceedings The first International Conference on the use of Mobile Informations and Communication Technology (ICT) in Africa, pages 11-15, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

  9. Haji, Haji Ali, Hussein Suleman and Ulrike Rivett (2015) Development of a Mobile Image-Based Reminder Application to Support Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. In Proceedings 17th International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare (ICWMCH 2015) 9(8), pages 522-529, Paris, France.

  10. Arnab, Alapan and Andrew Hutchison (2004) Digital Rights Management - A current review. Technical Report CS04-04-00, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  11. Davies, Bryan and Edwin Blake (2016) Evaluating Existing Strategies to Limit Video Game Playing Time. In IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications: Visual Computing and the Progress of Developing Countries, 36(2) pages 47-57, IEEE Computer Society.

  12. Haji, Haji Ali, Ulrike Rivett and Hussein Suleman (2015) Evaluating the effectiveness of mobile graphic-based reminders to support treatment of tuberculosis patients. In Steyn, J. and J.P. Van Belle, Eds. Proceedings 9th International Development Informatics Association Conference (IDIA 2015), pages 189-201, Nungwi, Zanzibar.

  13. Arnab, Alapan and Andrew Hutchison (2005) Fairer Usage Contracts For DRM. In Proceedings Fifth ACM Workshop on Digital Rights Management, held in conjunction with CCS 2005, the Twelfth ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

  14. Venter, Anja and Marion Walton (2015) Games and Learning: A perspective on low-income, resource-constrained youth and PC gaming in libraries in Cape Town, South Africa. Computers in Entertainment.

  15. Chepken, Christopher, Edwin Blake and Gary Marsden (2013) ICTs and Survival Tactics for the Day-labour Workers: Implications for Design. In Proceedings IST-Africa 2013 Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.

  16. Keet, C. Maria and Graham Barbour (2014) Limitations of Regular Terminology Development practices: the case of the isiZulu Computing Terminology. Alternation 12:13-48.

  17. Cooke, Richard J. E. (2006) Link prediction and link detection in sequences of large social networks using temporal and local metrics. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  18. Winschiers-Theophilus, H, N Bidwell, E Blake, G Kapuire and M Rehm (2010) Merging experiences and perspectives in the complexity of cross-cultural design. In Evers, V, J Abdelnour-Nocera and E del Gald, Eds. Proceedings IWIPS 2010: Ninth International Workshop on Internationlisation of Products and Systems, pages 119-128, London, England.

  19. Haji, Ali, Hussein Suleman and Ulrike Rivett (2014) Mobile Graphic-based Communication: Investigating Reminder Notifications to Support Tuberculosis Treatment in Africa. In Zhang , Yanchun, Guiging Yao, Jing He, Lei Wang, Neil R. Smalheiser and Xiaoxia Yin, Eds. Proceedings The 3rd International Conference on Health Information Science, Shenzhen, China LNCS(8423), pages 204-211, Shenzhen, China.

  20. Winschiers-Theophilus, Heike, Naska Winschiers-Goagoses, Kasper Rodil, Edwin Blake, Tariq Zaman, Gereon Koch Kapuire and Richard Kamukuenjandje (2013) Moving away from Erindi-roukambe: Transferability of a rural community-based co-design. In Proceedings 12th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countri, pages 363-374, Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

  21. Stanley, Colin, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Edwin Blake, Kasper Rodil and Gereon Koch Kapuire (2015) OvaHimba Community in Namibia Ventures into Crowdsourcing Design. 13th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Jetwing Blue, Negombo - Sri Lanka.

  22. Walton, Marion (2014) Pavement Internet: Mobile media economies and ecologies for young people in South Africa, in Goggin, Gerald and Larissa Hjorth, Eds. The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, pages 450-461. London: Routledge.

  23. Brown, Sarah (2008) Providing Informational Support to HIV+ Women in a Virtual Environment: A Case Study Comparing the Effects of Virtual Reality and Paper Media for Content Delivery. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  24. Walton, Marion and Silke Hassreiter (2015) Real friends and fake friends: Research relationships in an era of global social media, in Posel, Deborah and Fiona Ross, Eds. Ethical Quandaries in Social Research., pages 228-249. Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council.

  25. Chikomo, Kelvin, Ming Ki Chong, Alapan Arnab and Andrew Hutchison (2006) Security of Mobile Banking. Technical Report CS06-05-00, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  26. Benz, Pierre and Edwin Blake (2015) Sharing the cloudlet: Impression management and designing for colocated mobile sharing. Information Technologies & International Development 11(4):1-16.

  27. Tucker, William D. (2009) Softbridge: a socially aware framework for communication bridges over digital divides. PhD, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  28. Blake, Edwin H. (2010) Software Engineering in Developing Communities. In Proceedings Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE 2010), Cape Town, South Africa.

  29. Ladeira, Ilda Maria (2006) Story Experience in a Virtual San Storytelling Environment: A Cultural Heritage Application for Children and Young Adults. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  30. Meissner, Frederick (2014) Supporting NGO Intermediation with Internet Systems: Comparing Mobile and Web Examples for Reaching Low Income Urban Youth of Cape Town. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  31. Chetty, Marshini, William Tucker and Edwin Blake (2004) Telemedicine in the Eastern Cape using VoIP combined with a Store and Forward Approach. In Proceedings Southern African Telecommunication Networks & Applications Conference, Cape Town, South Africa., Cape Town.

  32. Tucker, William D and Edwin H Blake (2008) The role of outcome mapping in developing a rural telemedicine system. In Cunningham , Paul and Miriam Cunningham , Eds. Proceedings IST-Africa 2008, Windhoek, Namibia.

  33. Pallitt, Nicola and Marion Walton (2015) The scripted sandbox: children's gameplay and ludic gendering., in Bulfin, Scott and Nicola Johnson, Eds. In Critical perspectives on technology and education, pages 105-126. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  34. Hamza, Sabeeha (2005) The Subjective Response of People Living with HIV to Illness Narratives in VR. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.

  35. Blake, Edwin H. and William D. Tucker (2006) User interfaces for communication bridges across the digital divide. AI & Society 20(2):232-242.

  36. Ssozi-Mugarura, Fiona, Ulrike Rivett and Edwin Blake (2016) Using Activity Theory to Understand Technology Use and Perception among Rural Users in Uganda. In Proceedings 8th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, pages 1-10, Ann Arbor, MI, USA .

  37. Jegede, Grace and Melissa Densmore (2016) Using Co-Design to Discern and Overcome Barriers to Employment in Cape Town. In Proceedings Proceedings of the 7th Annual Symposium on Computing for Development, pages 32-35, Nairobi, Kenya.

  38. Chetty, Marshini, Edwin Blake and Ewan McPhie (2006) VoIP deregulation in South Africa: Implications for underserviced areas.. Telecommunications Policy 30(5-6):332-344.

  39. This list was generated on Fri Apr 28 07:15:34 SAST 2017.