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    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
    ICCIR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2013
    KAMPALA UGANDA
  • 9TH ICCIR
    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
  • ICT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
  • COLLEGE OF COMPUTING & INFROMATION SCIENCES
    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY

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7th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING AND ICT RESEARCH - ICCIR 11

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Part One: Computer Science   1

Sareh Nasaghchi Kheirabadi a*, Dr N. M. Kulkarni b, Dr A. D. Shaligram a
Improving the Inversion Algorithm over Binary
Finite Fields|Abstract |Full-Text|
2-13

Martin Ngobye1, Benjamin Kanagwa1, Theo P. van der Weide2, and Wouter T. de Groot3,4
An Approach for Agent-Based Modeling Using
AiC+|Abstract |Full-Text|
14-26

Florence Tushabe, Ernest Mwebaze and Fred N. Kiwanuka
An Image-based Diagnosis of Virus and
Bacterial Skin Infections |Abstract |Full-Text|
27-34
Part Two: Data Communication and Networks

Sam Agona1 and Julianne Sansa Otim 2
Readiness of Uganda for Analog to Digital
Migration by December, 2012 |Abstract |Full-Text|
36-51

Bogere Joseph Alfred1, Dr Julianne Sansa-Otim2 and Ronald Sseguya3
The Feasibility of National Roaming in Highly
Competitive Mobile Markets:
A Case Study of Uganda. |Abstract |Full-Text|
52-68

Drake Patrick Mirembe1, Fisseha Mekuria2, and Maybin Muyeba3
Ambulatory Sensor Networks: Data Source
Authentication Concerns |Abstract |Full-Text|
69-74
Part Three: ICT for Development 75

Proscovia Olango and Gosse Bouma
Improving Content Comprehension and
Knowledge Retention with Wikipedia |Abstract |Full-Text|
76-84
Endiisa: Decision Support Tool for Least Cost
Nutritious Feed Combinations for Dairy Cattle
in Uganda. |Abstract |Full-Text|
85-94

Job Mashapa1, Darelle van Greunen2, Alida Veldsman3 and Marlien Herselman4
A Model for Managing Information
Communication Technology User Experience in
Rural Contexts |Abstract |Full-Text|
95-109
RSAWORKS:
Laurie Butgereit, Louis Coetzee, John Hay, Johann Hugo,
Kim Gush and Meraka Institute, CSIR
Things that "Tweet" in South
Africa. |Abstract |Full-Text|
110-120
Tony:
Laurie Butgereit, Louis Coetzee, Guillaume Olivrin and Meraka Institute, CSIR
Helping People Find Lost "Things"
using the "Internet of Things" Technologies|Abstract |Full-Text|
121-130
Walter Omona1* , Theo Van Der Weide2 and Jude T. Lubega3
Knowledge Management Research Using
Grounded Theory Strategy: Applicability,
Limitations and Ways Forward|Abstract |Full-Text|
131-150

Annabella Habinka Ejiri1, Josephine Nabukenya2, Henk G. Sol3
A Studio Based Approach to Enhancing Decision Making in Sme Start-Up. |Abstract |Full-Text| 151-167


Sarah Kisa*, Sam Obwoya Kinyera *, Charles K Twesigye *, Richard Oriada *, Bernard
Mugeni*, Charles Raymond Okumu*, Jude Lubega** and Juma Kasozi

A Methodological Information and
Communication Technologies (ICTs) Approach
for Demystifying the norm that Teaching of
Mathematics and Science for Lower Secondary
Education is hard. |Abstract |Full-Text|
168-180

Kelvin K. Omieno1, Simon M. Karume2 and Patrick J. Ogao3
The grid as a Driving Force for E-learning and
OERs |Abstract |Full-Text|
181-194

By Elijah I. Omwenga* and Patrick Kinoti
Towards the Development of a Framework for
Open Courseware for Emerging Economies: the
case of Kenyan public Universities |Abstract |Full-Text|
195-213
Part Four: Information systems 214
W.T. de Vries1 and Yazidhi Bamutaze2
Evaluation of Pathways for GeoG2Gs
Development and Delivery in the Public Sector
in Africa|Abstract |Full-Text|
215-227
1John Paul Kasse and 2Josephine Nabukenya_11 Field Investigations into Adoption of Business Process Design and Analysis Techniques in
Ugandan Organisations |Abstract |Full-Text|
228-246
Aminah Zawedde Building a Case for a Dynamic Requirements Process Improvement Model. |Abstract |Full-Text| 247-258

K. Byangwa1 and J. Ngubiri2
Modeling the Fuel Supply Chain in a Free
Market Economy. |Abstract |Full-Text|
259-271

Ghislain Maurice Norbert Isabwe; Martin Carlsen*; Halvard Øysæd; Frank Reichert
On the Mobile Technology Enabled
Peer-Evaluation: A User Centric Approach |Abstract |Full-Text|
272-285

Robinah Nabafu1 and Gilbert Maiga2
Towards a Model for Implementing Local
E-government in Uganda |Abstract |Full-Text|
286-306

Kelvin K. Omieno*, Simon M. Karume **and Patrick J. Ogao***
A Framework for Managing Intranet Usage in
HEIs: A Case of selected Kenyan Universities |Abstract |Full-Text|
307-325

Billy M. Kalema1, Oludayo. O Olugbara2, and Ray M. Kekwaletswe3
The Application of Structural Equation
Modeling Technique to Analyze Students
Priorities in Using Course Management Systems|Abstract |Full-Text|
326-340
1Paul B. Muyinda7, 1Jude T. 2Lubega, Kathy Lynch and 3Theo van der Weide Learning Context of University Students in Africa: A Propeller or Inhibitor for Mlearning? |Abstract |Full-Text| 341-356

By Ajwang' Moses Otieno and Rehema Baguma
Underwriting Cyber Risks in Uganda |Abstract |Full-Text| 357-375
Part Five: Information Technology 375

Joab Agaba1 and Jude Lubega2
E-Learning Software Acquisition for Blended
Learning: The Case of Higher Institutions in
Uganda with Limited Budgets |Abstract |Full-Text|
377-392

Jahidul Arafat and Chongomweru Halimu
Emergence of Robust Information Security
Management Structure around the world wide
Islamic Institutions: A Multifaceted Security
Solution |Abstract |Full-Text|
393-409

C.R. Nangue1; D. van Greunen2; K. Church3
Factors that impact on the successful
integration of ICT in schools in Cameroon |Abstract |Full-Text|
410-423

Fridah Katushemererwe1 and Arvi Hurskainen2
Intelligent Language Learning Model:
Implementation on Runyakitara |Abstract |Full-Text|
426-444

Namusisi Lukiya and Tushabe Florence
An E-Voting Framework For Improving
Democracy in Uganda |Abstract |Full-Text|
445-455
Part Six: Software Engineering 456

Jackline Ssanyu1, 2 and Kees Hemerik2
Component-based Development of Software
Language Engineering Tools|Abstract |Full-Text|
457-471

Brian Katumba, and Andrei Antanovich
Bottlenecks in the Development Life Cycle of a
Feature- A case study conducted at Ericsson AB |Abstract |Full-Text|
472-490

Benjamin Kanagwa and Agnes F N Lumaala
Discovery of Services Based on WSDL Tag
Level Combination of Distance Measures. |Abstract |Full-Text|
491-501

Benjamin Kanagwa, Joab Agaba, Doreen Tuheirwe and Susan Lunkuse
Improving Learning objects reusability through
automatic generation web services. |Abstract |Full-Text|
502-511