Recent Submissions

  • Online Assessment and Examinations practices at the eCampus of Maseno University in Response to COVID 19 lockdown 

    Barbara Khavugwi, Peter Kiprotich (EasyChair, 2022)
    The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in an increasing demand for online learning and led to the demand for the offer of online assessment at Maseno university. Prior to the COVID19 pandemic the institution had put in place measures ...
  • Building Text and Speech Datasets for Low Resourced Languages: A Case of Languages in East Africa 

    Claire Babirye, Joyce Nakatumba-Nabende, Andrew Katumba, Ronald Ogwang, Jeremy Tusubira Francis, Jonathan Mukiibi, Medadi Ssentanda, Lilian D Wanzare, Davis David (AfricaNLP, 2022)
    Africa has over 2000 languages; however, those languages are not well repre sented in the existing Natural Language Processing ecosystem. African languages lack essential digital resources to be engaged effectively in the ...
  • Driver Behaviour Profiling Using Dynamic Bayesian Network 

    James I. Obuhuma, Henry O. Okoyo and Sylvester O. McOyowo (Modern Education and Computer Science, 2018)
    In the recent past, there has been a rapid increase in the number of vehicles and diversification of road networks worldwide. The biggest challenge now lies on how to monitor and analyse behaviours of vehicle drivers ...
  • Towards Logically Progressive Dialog for Future TODS to Serve in Complex Domains 

    K. Mugoye*, Dr. H. O. Okoyo, Dr. S. O. Mc Oyowo (International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, 2019)
    Complex domains demand task-oriented dialog system (TODS) to be able to reason and engage with humans in dialog and in information retrieval. This may require contemporary dialog systems to have improved conversation ...
  • A Remote Access Security Model based on Vulnerability Management 

    Samuel Ndichu, Sylvester McOyowo, and Henry Okoyo,Cyrus Wekesa (Modern Education & Computer science Press, 2020)
    Information security threats exploit vulnerabilities in communication networks. Remote access vulnerabilities are evident from the point of communication initialization following the communication channel to data or ...
  • Techniques to Control Memory Hogging by Web browsers: An in-depth review 

    Kamau Harun, McOyowo Sylivester (https:// www.ijcat.com, 2018)
    The Web Browser is to date a popular piece of software in modern computing systems. They are the main interface for vast information access from the Internet. Browsers technologies have advanced to a stage where they do ...
  • An Enhanced Browser Reference Model 

    Harun kamau, McOyowo Sylivester, Okoyo Henry (https://www.ijcat.com, 2019)
    Browsers are prime software applications in modern computing devices. They are essential in accessing internet rich content. Access to these contents pose a high memory demand on the host device thus affecting the user ...
  • A Bring Your Own Device Risk Assessment Model 

    M. Cyprian Oonge S. Omboga, Muhambe, T. Mukisa , Ratemo (Computer Science Journals (CSJ), 2021)
    Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), a technology where individuals or employees use their own devices on the organization’s network to perform tasks assigned to them by the organization has been widely embraced. The reasons ...
  • Evaluation of Routing Performance using OSPF and Multi-Controller Based Network Architecture 

    Titus. M. Muhambe and Cyprian M. Ratemo Nicholas.J.Omumbo (MECS PRESS, 2021)
    Newer mobile applications are increasingly being defined using Internet Protocol, resulting in increased use of Internet Protocol and subsequent upsurge of smartphones. However, many communication service provider core ...
  • Conceptualizing Success Factors in Collaborative Technology Innovation 

    Omondi Alan Odhiambo and Muhambe Titus Mukisa (IJPRSE Progressive Research, 2021)
    Technology Innovation has been identified as a key factor that is increasingly influencing the success and competitiveness of modern enterprises in their selected market niche. Traditionally, innovation viewed a company’s ...
  • A Content Based Image Retrieval Model for E-Commerce 

    Gibson Kimutai, Wilson Cheruiyot, Calvins Otieno (International Journal of Engineering and Computer Science, 2018)
    In the last decade, large database of images have grown rapidly. This trend is expected to continue in to the future. Retrieval and querying of these image in efficient way is a challenge in order to access the visual content ...
  • A Model for Code Restructuring, A Tool for Improving Systems Quality in Compliance with Object Oriented Coding Practice 

    Moses Kibet Yegon Ngetich, Calvins Otieno, Michael Kimwele (International Journal of Computer Science Issues (IJCSI), 2019)
    A major goal of software restructuring is to preserve or increase the value of a piece of software. Restructuring a system may make it possible to add more features to the existing system or make the software more ...
  • Target Sentiment Analysis Model with Naïve Bayes and Support Vector Machine for Product Review Classification 

    Rhoda Viviane A Ogutu, Richard Rimiru, Calvins Otieno (Int. J. Comput. Sci. Inf. Secur.(IJCSIS), 2019)
    Sentiment analysis has demonstrated that the automation and computational recognition of sentiments is possible and evolving with time, due to factors such as; emergence of new technological trends and the continued dynamic ...
  • Effects of membership functions for fuzzy logic controlled autonomous mobile robot 

    Aggrey Shitsukane, Calvin Otieno (International Conference on Intelligent and Innovative Computing Applications, 2020)
    There is a growing trend in autonomous robotics research. A consistent collision avoidance and path following method is needed for an intelligent and operative mobile robot navigation. Usually robots are fitted with sensors ...
  • Computer network quality of experience enriched analysis using fuzzy logic model 

    Walter Kihuya, Calvins Otieno, Richard Rimiru (International Conference on Intelligent and Innovative Computing Applications, 2020)
    Two important Quality of Experience (QoE) parameters in computer networks service-related performance metrics are throughput and end-to-end delay. A slow delay indicates high network efficiency thus high throughput. ...
  • Segmentation via principal component analysis for perceptron classification: a case study of kenyan mobile subscribers 

    Khamis Mwero Maneno, Richard Rimiru, Calvins Otieno (Semantic scholar, 2020)
  • Role of livestock projects in empowering women smallholder farmers for sustainable food security in rural Kenya 

    Unknown author (African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 2009)
    Women are a major human resource and assure adequate nutrition, health and cognitive development of their households and children in their formative years. However, women are over-represented among the poor, suffer heavy ...
  • The Performance of South African and Kenyan Universities on the World Wide Web: a Web Link Analysis 

    Omwoyo B. Onyancha, Dennis N. Ocholla (Cybermetrics: International Journal of Scientometrics, Informetrics and Bibliometrics, 2007)
    The study used Link Analysis to compare Kenyan and South African universities according to several Web-based indicators, some of which include the number of pages, and the number of in and out-links. The authors examined ...
  • IEEE EMBS Fellows List Correction 

    Hal Oscar Anger, Thomas Charles Cetas, Howard Jay Chizeck, David R Jackson, Charles Stephen Lessard, J Patrick Reilly, Michael Andreas Unser, Max Eugene Valentinuzzi (IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY, 1999)
    The list of 1999 IEEE Fellows who are EMBS members was incorrect in the January/February issue (vol. 18, no. 1, p. 14). The confirmed list of newly elected Fellows follows. The IEEE Fellow Committee and its staff extend ...
  • Effectiveness of Security Controls On Electronic Health Records 

    Everleen Wanyonyi, Anthony Rodrigues, Silvance O Abeka, Solomon Ogara (IJSTR, 2017)
    Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems enhance efficiency and effectiveness in handling patients ‘information in healthcare. This study focused on the EHR security by initially establishing the nature of threats affecting ...

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