Recent Submissions

  • A Portable Computer Network Laboratory Model for Competency-Based Curriculum 

    Kangaru, Eli; Njina, Anthony; Gaceri, Mary (Journal of Computer Science and Technology Studies, 2022-02-15)
    Computer networking technology has greatly evolved and continues to be an integral part of different aspects of our lives. The technology is no longer confined to business settings but is now predominant in personal and ...
  • Incorporating Social-Media to Enhance Collaboration in Online Learning 

    Gaceri, Mary; Njina, Anthony; Kang'aru, Eli (Journal of Computer Science and Technology Studies, 2022)
    Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, opening up new possibilities for learning. The majority of learning institution stakeholders, particularly professors and students, have cell phones and computers ...
  • Service Quality Provision in Higher Education: Case Study of Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation 

    Gaceri, Mary Asunta; Al Sabhi, Ghaneima Said Abdullh; Rad, Babak Bashari (SDIWC, 2015)
    Managing the service sector in higher education has become a more significant issue, as a lot of competitors are emerging in these sectors. Managing quality in the education needs be separated from other service sectors, ...
  • The readiness, acceptance, success and challenges for online learning in universities during the pandemic 

    Gacer, Mary (International Academic Journal of Information Sciences and Project Management, 2021)
    The closure of learning institutions due to the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted not only the students but also the teachers and school leaders. In response to school closures, the use of online, e-learning and ...
  • A Local Directional Ternary Pattern Texture Descriptor for Mammographic Breast Cancer Classification 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe (International Journal of Computer Applications, 2020)
    Breast cancer is a top killer illness for women globally, but early and effective screening can increase their survival rate. Mammography is the tool used by a radiologist to screen for breast cancer, however, a radiologist ...
  • A Review on Feature Selection Methods For Classification Tasks 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe (International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research, 2016)
    In recent years, application of feature selection methods in medical datasets has greatly increased. The challenging task in feature selection is how to obtain an optimal subset of relevant and non redundant features which ...
  • Supplier evaluation and Selection. A review 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe; Munialo, Samson Wanjala (Journal of Ultra Computer & Information Technology, 2019)
  • Phenomenology Approach Applicability in Information Systems and Technology Field 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe (Horizon Research Publishing Corporation, 2020)
    Phenomenology is a research approach that is uniquely positioned to help scholars learn from the experience of others. Even though it is a powerful research approach, the nature of phenomenology is qualitatively requiring ...
  • ICT Adoption in the Educational Management of Primary Schools in Kenya 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe; Odoyo, Collins Otieno (Universal Journal of Communications and Network, 2020)
    Information Communication Technology (ICT) plays an important role in enhancing the quality of education. The adoption of ICT for educational management in developed countries has significantly transformed the education ...
  • Breast Cancer Classification using Local Directional Ternary Patterns 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe; Mutua, Stephen; Angulu, Raphael (International Journal of Computer Applications, 2020)
    Local texture descriptors have outperformed holistic texture descriptors in various pattern recognition applications. However, the local descriptors have limitations that can compromise ...
  • Visibility Graphlet Approach to Chaotic Time Series 

    Mutua, Stephen; Changgui, Gu; Huijie, Yang (AIP Publishing LLC, 2016)
    Many novel methods have been proposed for mapping time series into complex networks. Although some dynamical behaviors can be effectively captured by existing approaches, the preservation and tracking of the temporal ...
  • The Internet of Things: applications and security metrics with the Ugandan perspective 

    Matovu, Davis; Mugeni, Gilbert B; Karume, Simon; Mutua, Stephen; Ocen, Gilbert Gilibrays (International Journal of Advance Research Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 2019)
    As the Internet of Things (IoT) increasingly becomes a reality, thousands of devices get connected to IoT platforms in smart cities and regions. These devices will actively send data updates to cloud-based platforms, as ...
  • A Metric for the Specification of a Consistent Digital Forensic Evidence Extraction Process Model in Mobile Devices 

    Ocen, Gilbert Gilibrays; Mutua, Stephen; Mugeni, Gilbert; Karume, Samuel; Davis, Matovu (International Journal of Science and Engineering Investigations, 2019)
    Over the years researchers have proposed and developed models for extraction of digital evidence in mobile devices but little has been done on standardization of these models hence leading to inconsistencies in the extraction ...
  • Role of Intelligence Transport System in the Fight against Road Accidents in Kenya 

    Isaiah, Jackson Mwiti; Abande, E.; Stephen, Mutua (International Journal of Computer Applications, 2020)
    Accidents continue to claim many lives due to human errors that can be avoided by application of technology. Application of intelligent transport systems (ITS) in the Transport industry has gained momentum and some ...
  • Breast Cancer Detection via Mammographic Images : A Survey 

    Mwadulo, Mary Walowe; Angulu, Raphael; Mutua, Stephen Makau (Academia, 2020)
    Breast cancer is a top killer disease for women globally. The long term survival rate of women can be improved through early and effective screening of breast cancer cells. Currently, a mammogram is the recommended tool ...
  • Research Philosophy Design and Methodologies: A Systematic Review of Research Paradigms in Information Technology 

    Kirongo, Amos; Odoyo, Collins (Global Scientific Journals, 2020)
    Researchers and post-graduate students most of the time have a challenge differentiating between research philosophies, research design and research methodologies. This paper therefore focuses conducting a systematic ...
  • The Impact of Cyber Attacks on E-Businesses 

    Bundi, Dorothy; Odero, Eunice; Omosa, Omari (International Journal of Computer Science and Network, 2019-08)
    Globally, the cyberattack headlines keep getting grimmer and grimmer: Hackers Steal Bank’s Valuable Data. Big Box Store Says Millions of Credit Card Records May Have Been Snatched. US Indicts Chinese Army Officers for ...
  • Effects of Cybercrime on Oil and Gas Industry 

    Bundi, Dorothy; Mayieka, Jared Maranga (Global Sciientific Journals, 2020-06)
    Cybercrime is among leading causes of loss to numerous offshore oil and gas companies globally. With a yearly loss of millions of monies due to damaged equipment and loss of business, experts claim that cyber-attacks ...
  • E-Readiness assessment of microfinance institutions in Kenya 

    Kalui, Dorothy Mwongeli (Information and Knowledge Management, 2015)
    The financial industry has in recent years embraced the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as e-banking for transactions, m-banking for payment channels development and ...
  • Simulation of Trust-Based Mechanism forEnhancing User Confidence in MobileCrowdsensing Systems 

    Kalui, Dorothy Mwongeli (IEEE, 2020-01-22)
    With the rapid development of mobile technology and subsequent mass adoption of mobile devices, mobile crowdsensing (MCS) has gained a lot of research attention. In MCS systems, trust is a key focus in the overall ...

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