Editor-in-Chief

Prof. Stella C. Chiemeke

Professor of Computer Scince

University of Benin

Benin City, Nigeria

​Senior Affiliate Research Fellow (ICITD)

Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA

schiemeke@uniben.edu.ng

 

E-mail all inquiries and forward articles for consideration to:

submissions@computing-infosystemsjournal.info

​International Centre for IT & Development 

Southern University

Baton Rouge, LA,  USA 70813 

www.icitd.com

Computing, Information Systems

& Development Informatics Journal

An International Pan-African  Journal  Published  by  

The  Society  for  Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) in Africa

in Collaboration  with  The International Centre for Info Tech.  &  Development (ICITD)

Southern University,  Baton  Rouge, LA, USA

Journal Archives

 

The Computing, Information Systems & Development Informatics Journal is an Open -Access Publication. Copies are available for download online for reference, personal  and research purposes.  Click any of the previous volumes below to download papers from the Journal Archives

 

2010 - Volume 1          2015 - Volume 6

2011 - Volume 2          2016 - Volume 7

2012 - Volume 3          2017 - Volume 8

2013 - Volume 4          2018 - Volume 9

2014 - Volume 5         2019 - Volume 10  

Back  issues are being uploaded online. Please contact us using the Editorial  E-mail for any inquiry or information.

About the Journal

 

​​The Computing, Information Systems & Development Informatics  Journal provides a distinctive global perspective on research, theories, developments, designs, issues, critiques, frameworks and practices at the nexus of computing, informations systems, Information Technology, Engineering Sciences, Security Studies, IT Law, Globalization, Policy, Developments Informatics, Business Management, Digital Humanities and other tangential domains of studies. ​​Short communications/reviews on development informatics activities that appropriate design, globalization, development, implementation and usage of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to achieve development goals are also acceptable. ​​We promote policy research that seeks to employ established (and proposed) legal and social frameworks to support the achievement of development goals through ICTs - particularly the millennium development goals. Scroll to the Paper submission instructions section for more information on paper submission format etc

​                 Current Edition - Vol. 11 No. 2 ​                                                 

Architectural Framework for Development of Generic Application for Candidates Admission Eligibility Clearance for Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.

Igbape, E.M. & Oduntan, E.B

Evolution of Mobile Cellular Network Communication Infrastructure: a Literature Perusal  

Nzadon, D. T.& Aweh, O.M.

A Multi-Purpose Student Identity Card Using A Two Dimensional Quick Response Code (2D QR Code)

Ikuomola A. J & Eyiaro A. O.

Development of student attendance with fingerprint Authentication System to Eradicate Examination Impersonation in Higher Institutions

Konyeha, S., Ngonadi, V.I., Isere, O. & Oyewale, A.M.

​                 Current Edition - Vol. 11 No. 1 ​                                                 

 

An Efficient Technique for Text Extraction with Self Organizing Property in Big Data

Bennett, E.O., Elujekor, V. & Taylor, O.E.

Dept of Computer Science,

Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Deployment of ICT Tools for Higher Institution Administration: The Case of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria

Oduntan, E.B. & Aliu, O.H.

Department of Computer Science, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria

Image Processing and Supervised Learning for Efficient Detection of Animal Diseases

Jackson Akpojaro & Rotimi-Williams Bello

Depat of Mathematical Sciences, University of Africa, Toru-Orua, Nigeria. 

A Theoretical Framework for Analysing the Influence of Customers Behavioural Intention to Adopt Mobile Banking Apps in Nigeria

Wobidi, E. & Ochei, L.C.

Dept of Computer Science, University of Port Harcourt, Choba, Nigeria.

Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

Using Technology for Teaching and Learning in Nigeria: A Case Study of OpenSchool Nigeria Project

Nura, T.A., Ibrahim, M.I.  & Najeeb A.A Gambo

​Comparative Analysis of Scheduling Algorithms in Cloud Computing Environment

Ayorinde I. T. &  Daniel A. A.

Department of Computer Science, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Implementation of SKONI-Hybrid Intrusion Detection System to Mitigate Network Attacks

Konyeha, S. & Onibere, E.A.

Automated Fuzzy Detection System for Efficient Pedestrian Detection in Traffic Areas

Ibrahim M.A. & Adigun A.A.

 

Evaluation of Adaptability Level of Similar Functional Object-Oriented Software

Udo, E.N, Usip, P.U & Dan, E.A.

Industrial Control Systems (ICS): Cyber Attacks & Security Optimization Architecture

Emake, E.D. & Uzedhe, G.O.

Fingerprint based Identity Authentication for Students Attendance and Examinations in Educational Institutions

Konyeha, S. & Allenotor, D.

 

Indexing & Impact Factor

 
 

The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART)  & Other Institutional Partners

 

The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) in collaboration with the International Centre for IT & Development (ICITD) and other collaborating institutional partners sets up the Computing, Information Systems & Development Informatics Journal as a medium for reporting research and collaborative efforts that globally address the multi-prong challenges of Africa and other parts of the world  through ICT-based solutions which have contextual and cultural relevances. We seek to increase the influence of IT and Allied professionals among decision-makers in Africa by using collaboration and mentoring as viable tools for promoting informed policy on national and international ICT issues. Our membership cuts across academics, scientists, engineers, professionals, and businesses in the information technology and allied professions. Organizations and individuals who share a common interest in enabling Africa to participate as knowledge producers and not just knowledge consumers in today’s information age are welcome to join the society.

Vision
The collaborations aims to provide a forum for interaction and knowledge sharing in the teaching, research and practice of ICT for Development in Africa.

Mission
To establish a global network of academics and practitioners who will participate as producers of knowledge on the teaching, research and practice of ICT for Development in Africa.

The Computing, Information Systems and Development Informatics Journal is indexed in the following academic and research publication databases​​

​* AIS Publication Index
​* Index Copernicus

* Scribd
* DocStoc list
* GetCited ​

Call for Papers &  Submission instructions

All types of papers are welcomed on a rolling basis and reviewed for target volumes. Articles should normally  be in MS Word usually between 3000-6000 words. Fonts should be Arial Narrow, size 11, single spaced and in block paragraphs. All equations should be numbered, figure(s) should be labelled below the figure(s) and diagrams and all tables labelled on top of the table(s). All sources of figures and diagrams and tables should be acknowledged and specified if they are not directly from the author or from fieldwork(s).

 

Authors should use APA Referencing style. Paragraphs should be separated by spaces and be in block form - no indents. Article Title, Name of Authors, Affiliations, E-mail address and Phone Numbers should be at the beginning of each paper and centralized. Co-authors must be informed by the lead author for all submissions carrying multiple authors.  Simultaneous submission of same article to other journals, conferences or outlets are not allowed. It is the responsibility of lead authors to ensure that all co-authors listed on a submission contribute substantially to the work under review and to inform them of submission(s) bearing their names. The Journal will not entertain withdrawal of papers after being published except in extreme cases. The decision on same is exclusively that of the Editorial Board and penalties/sanctions  may be applied to erring authors as determined by the Editorial Board

 

Articles should be sent as E-mail attachment to submissions@computing-infosystemsjournal.info. Authors can copy the managing editors at info@isteams.net. PDF submissions will not be accepted. Please mark the title of the E-mail as Computing & Information Systems Journal Submission. Click HERE to download the paper/article Submission Template

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editorial board

Editor-in-Chief 

​Prof. Stella C. Chiemeke

Senior Affiliate Research Fellow (ICITD)

Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA

Professor of Computer Science

University of Benin

Benin City, Nigeria

 

Managing Editor

Dr. Paul Asante Danquah

Council for Scientific & Industrial Research

Accra, Ghana

Acquisition Editor

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope

Distinguished Fulbright Fellow (ICITD)

Chair - Information Systems Programme

American University of Nigeria, Yola.

 

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD 

Prof. Victor Mbarika

Houston Alumnae Endowed Professor

SUBR, LA, USA

President, Board of Trustees

The ICT University(ICT-U).

Irene Attachie (RN) 

University of Health & Allied Science

Ho, Volta Region, Ghana

Prof. Lynette Kvasnny

Penn. State University

Pennsylvania, USA

Prof. Ime Obot

King Fahd University

Saudi Arabia

Dr. Azeez Nureni Ayofe 
University of  Lagos 
Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria

Bojaji Adefolarin MSc, ZCP

Purdue University

Indianapolis, USA.

 

Dr. Ojeniyi Joseph

Federal University of Technology

Minna, Nigeria

Prof. Emmanuel Ojo Ademola

Centre for Citizenship and Leadership Galaxy

London, United Kingdom

 

Dr. Colin S. Thakur

Durban University of Technology

South Africa

 

​Prof Richard Boateng

University of Ghana

Legon, Accra, Ghana

Dr. Abel Usoro

University of the West of Scotland

Paisley​​​​​​​​, Scotland

Prof. Rakshit Sandip

American University of Nigeria

Yola, Nigeria

Prof Princely Ifinedo

Brock University

St. Catherines, Canada

Prof. Enoh Tanjong

University of Yaounde 1

Younde, Cameroun

 VOL 10 No. 4 , 2019 Edition                                             

 

A Computational Modelling Of Yorùbá Numerals In A Text-To-Text Format

Agbeyangi, A.O., Eludiora, S.I. & Olorunlomerue, A.B.

Empirical Comparative Study Of Selected Data Mining Classification Algorithms

V.A Olutayo, PhD

A Forecourt Operations Management System for Oil Marketing Companies: The Ghanaian Context

Paul Danquah, Dzifa Bibi & Bismark Dzahene-Quarshie

Intellectual Impact Of Mobile Educational Games On Secondary School Education In Nigeria: Case Study Of Government Girls' Secondary School Makurdi.

Yugh, Sandra Mlumun, Deborah U. Ebem & Onyianta John Chiedozie.

Hygiene Practices in Food Handling: Pertinent to Healthy Living (A study of Fast Food Outfits)

Ogbonna, C.O.

Towards a Framework for Adopting Thermal Imaging Systems for Counter-Terrorism in North Eastern Nigeria

Ismail, T.I., Okunoye, A.A., Chiemeke, S.C. & Longe, O.B.

 VOL 10 No. 3 ,  2019 Edition                                            

 

Reduction In High Rate Of Packet Drop In Reverse Adhoc On-Demand Distance Vector Routing Protocol Under Wormhole Attack In Mobile Adhoc Networks

Ojo, Adebola K. & Akinnifesi, Akintunde S.

https://doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/CISDI/V10N3P1 - .........

Design and Implementation of E-Voting System for Student Union Election in Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo

Ayoade, O.B. & Adegoke, T.B

https://doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/CISDI/V10N3P2 - .........

Secure Intranet Result System for Processing Students’ Result in Nigerian Colleges of Education

Ayoade, O.B. & Adegoke, T.B

https://doi.org/ 10.22624/AIMS/CISDI/V10N3P3 - .........

Development of a Robust Interactive Online Result Processing and Management System: A Case study of Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke, Nigeria

Oyeniran, O. R. &  Oladosu, J. A.

 

​Development  of  Expert System  for Troubleshooting  and Repair of Techno P3 Android Smartphone

Sodiq,K.A., Adebari  F.A., Saliu  L.A. , Otapo A.T.  & Otunubi V.A.

Development of a Global Positioning System- Based Location Tracking System for Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, Nigeria

Rufai, M., Sodiq  K.A. , Lawal O.L.  , Okikiola F.M. & Onadokun I.O.

SMART-CEVA: A Real Time Implementation of a Smart Campus Evaluator and Analytic Technique based on a Hybridized Consensus Mining Algorithm

Taylor, O.E., Asagba, P.O. & Eke, B.O.

 

An Empirical Evaluation of Information Technology related Disaster Recovery Readiness in Ghanaian Universities.

Jojo Desmond Lartey, Paul Asante Danquah & James Anani Amezi

 

An Improved Hybrid System for The Prediction of Debit and Credit Card Fraud

Nwogu E. R., Nwachukwu, E. O. & Ejiofor, V.E. 

Adaptive Data Mining and Intelligent Agent Framework for Credit Card Fraud Detection

Nwabrije L.E &  Anireh V.I.E

​​​  VOL 10 No. 2.  2019 Edition                                            

 

The Future of Enterprise Systems in Africa: Bleak or Bright?

Ebem, D.U., Ebem C.C & Onyianta, J.O.

 

Testing the Technology Utilization, Satisfaction and Performance (TUSPEM) Model in a Mandatory Usage Environment

Osang, F.B. & Mbarika, V.W.

 

An Intelligent System for Cybercrime Detection and Control

David, D.C., Anireh, V.I.E & Matthias, D.

 

Credit Card Fraud Detection System Using Bayesian Network

Nwanyanwu, M. & Anireh, V.I.E

 

A Data Mining Framework for Improving Agricultural Production in Nigeria

Akpojaro, Jackson &  1Waidor, Tamaramiebi K.

 

Development of  Biometric- Based  Crime Investigation System  for the Nigeria Police Force, Ipaja, Lagos State, Nigeria

Sodiq,  K.A., Lawal, O.L., Okikiola, F.M., Saliu, L.A. &  Otapo, A.T.

 

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