Seow Hui Saw

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Constructing a 3D papercraft model from its unfolding has been fun for both children and adults since we can reproduce virtual 3D models in the real world. However, facilitating the papercraft construction process is still a challenging problem, especially when the shape of the input model is complex in the sense that it has large variation in its surface(More)
  • S H Saw
  • Journal of biosocial science
  • 1986
This paper discusses fertility trends in Singapore during the decade 1975-1984. Fertility 1st dropped below the replacement level in 1975 when the gross reproduction rate reached 1.006 and fell further to the low of 0.772 in 1984. During the same period all of the 3 main races, Chinese, Malays, and Indians, experienced fertility below replacement level. (More)
  • S H Saw
  • Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore
  • 1985
This paper beings by explaining with the aid of the stable population theory that the ageing of a population is chiefly, if not entirely, the result of a decline in mortality. It shows that the decline in fertility is the major determinant of an ageing population. In Singapore the ageing of our population has commenced and will gather momentum in the(More)
Information technology infrastructure investment is a central issue for Malaysia medium size enterprises facing scarcity resource during economic turbulence. In this paper, we propose a cost-effective resource pooling capacity building the solution that optimizes on demand service. Further, we examine the suitability of legacy theories for a commodity of IT(More)
  • S H Saw
  • Journal of biosocial science
  • 1990
Differences in fertility between the three major ethnic groups (Malays, Chinese and Indians) in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore have existed since before the onset of fertility decline in the late 1950s and remain today, although the relative positions and the actual differences have changed due to the varying rates of decline. By 1987, the Malays(More)
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