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Makerere University CIT

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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

Welcome to ICCIR

Topics of Interest

PARALEL SESSION A: COMPUTER SCIENCE

The topics of interest will include, but not limited to the following:

  • 1. Algorithms
  • 2. Discrete and Continuous Optimisation
  • 3. Grid Computing
  • 4. Parallel and Grid simulations
  • 5. Distributed computing
  • 6. Cluster Computing
  • 7. Parallel computer architectures
  • 8. Shared-memory multiprocessors
  • 9. Multi-computers and distributed processing
  • 10. Fault-tolerant computing
  • 11. Applications and performance analysis
  • 12. Agent Based modelling
  • 13. Expert and Intelligent Systems
  • 14. Expert Systems

PARALLEL SESSION B: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

The topics of interest will include, but not limited to the following:

  • 1. Component-Based Software Engineering
  • 2. Software Architecture
  • 3. Web Services

Software process assessment and improvement

  • 1. Organizational and business views to process improvement
  • 2. Value-based software engineering
  • 3. Quantitative models for development processes and products
  • 4. Distributed software development and virtual organizations
  • 5. Process modeling, composition, and enactment
  • 6. Open source software and software quality
  • 7. SPPI standards
  • 8. Agile development
  • 9. Improvement through software reuse
  • 10. Verification and validation
  • 11. Reviews and inspections
  • 12. SPPI approaches for dependability, safety, security, or usability

PARALLEL SESSION C: INFORMATION SYSTEMS

The topics of interest will include, but not limited to the following:

Business Process Management in Organisations

  • 1. Work flow systems
  • 2. Systematic Dynamics Modeling
  • 3. Research in Dynamic Systems
  • 4. Methodologies, Models and Tools for IS Development

Philosophical foundations of Information Systems

  • 1. Trans-disciplinary research in Information Systems
  • 2. Research Methods in IS in Developing Countries Ontologies Applications

Information Systems: Tools, Technologies and Techniques

  • 1. Information Systems and Mobile Computing
  • 2. Human Computer Interface
  • 3. Distributed, Mobile and open Architectures

Geographic Information Systems

 

Decision Support and Simulation

  • 1. Simulation in Support for Decision Making
  • 2. Information Visualisation and Decision Support Systems
  • 3. African information Systems Paradox

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