Emmanuel Adetiba

Emmanuel Adetiba
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria · Department of Electrical and Information Engineering

R.Engr.(COREN), Ph.D

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Introduction
Emmanuel Adetiba is a Professor at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Covenant University Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. He is an Honorary Research Associate (HRA) at the Institute for Systems Science (ISS), Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa. His research focus areas are: i) Machine Intelligence ii) Software Defined Radio iii) Cognitive Radio iv) Biomedical Signal Processing. v) Cloud Federation
Additional affiliations
January 2018 - present
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Research, Teaching and Community Development
August 2014 - July 2016
Durban University of Technology
Position
  • Fellow
August 2014 - January 2018
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Research and Development, Teaching, Community Initiative
Education
August 2007 - November 2013
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria
Field of study
  • Information and Communication Engineering
September 2005 - July 2007
Covenant University Ota Ogun State, Nigeria
Field of study
  • Electrical and Information Engineering
May 1997 - May 2002
University of Ilorin
Field of study
  • Electrical Engineering

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Publications (106)
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TITLE: E-PAYCHEQUE FRAMEWORK WITH CONTACT ELECTRONIC CARD AND FINGERPRINT BIOMETRIC FOR CASHLESS SMART CAMPUSES ABSTRACT Identity theft in financial transactions is a very rampant problem among students in most institutions of learning. Currently, in order to minimize financial theft, most schools dole out paper based “paycheques” to students, whi...
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Artificial Neural Network is widely used to learn data from systems for different types of applications. The capability of different types of Integrated Circuit (IC) based ANN structures also depends on the hardware backbone used for their implementation. In this work, Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) based Multilayer Perceptron Artificial Neur...
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With the development of cloud computing, load balancing issues have substantially become prominent, which is of concern as well to the industry as to academia. Load balancing contributes to a high degree of customer satisfaction and the use of resources in the cloud by verifying an accurate, secure, and equitable allocation of all computing resourc...
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The recent deployment of automatic modulation recognition (AMR) for cognitive radio (CR) systems has significantly enhanced spectrum sensing capabilities. The utilization of real-time over-the-air digital radio frequency (RF) data for the development of a digital spectrum sensing model based on the automatic modulation classification (AMC) is prese...
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Information systems in organizations traditionally require users to remember their secret pins (password), token, card number, or both to confirm their identities. However, the technological trend has been moving towards personal identification based on individual behavioural attributes (such as gaits, signature, and voice) or physiological (such a...
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Active Speaker Detection (ASD) refers to the process of predicting who amongst a number of speakers whose faces appear on screen is speaking (if any) at any given time within the duration of a video. This paper proposes a novel method for determining active speakers in videos based on the standard deviations of Color Histograms (CHs) of the mouth r...
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Cloud users have recently expanded dramatically. The cloud service providers (CSPs) have also increased and have therefore made their infrastructure more complex. The complex infrastructure needs to be distributed appropriately to various users. Also, the advances in cloud computing have led to the development of interconnected cloud computing envi...
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Identification of signal waveforms is highly critical in 5G communications and other state-of-the-art radio technologies such as cognitive radios. For instance, to achieve efficient demodulation and spectrum sensing, cognitive radios need to implement automatic modulation recognition (AMR) of detected signals. Although many works have been reported...
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The declaration of free education for the poor and working class by the South African government remains a key result of the two-year #FeesMustFall movement. The campaign was tainted by a few heinous incidents that sought to disrupt its objectives. This study examines the connections between online activism and real-world occurrences by undertaking...
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Bots (social robots) are computer programs that replicate human behavior in online social networks. They are either fully automated or semi-automated, and their use makes online activism vulnerable to manipulation. This study examines the existence of social robots in the #FeesMustFall movement by conducting a scientific investigation into whether...
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Polygenic Risk Score (PRS) analysis is a method that predicts the genetic risk of an individual towards targeted traits. Even when there are no significant markers, it gives evidence of a genetic effect beyond the results of Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS). Moreover, it selects single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that contribute to the di...
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The cloud computing space is enjoying a renaissance. Not long ago, cloud computing was confined to the wall of high-revenue companies, but in recent times a growing number of businesses, public and private institutions are turning to the cloud computing platform to reap the benefits of a self-service, scalable, and flexible infrastructure. Moreover...
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The spread of Coronavirus Disease-2019 worldwide necessitates the development of accurate identification methods and the determination of genetic relatedness. The result of genomic methods involving nucleotide alignment informed the considerations of several alignment-free techniques for virus detection. This paper presents a genomic sequence ident...
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The fifth generation (5G) wireless network systems is also known as worldwide wireless web (W4) because based on laid-out expectations, it does not require limitations. Though 5G is not fully deployed at present, one major technology that will contribute immensely to its reality is massive MIMO. There are, however challenges associated with it whic...
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Automatic Modulation Recognition (AMR) has been applied in several areas in wireless communication. However, out of all the developed AMR models, none has successfully catered for large number of blind detection of digital modulation schemes. In this current study, we simulated and labeled datasets for fifteen digital modulation schemes. The Signal...
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Background: In this work, a COVID19 Application Programming Interface (API) was built using the Representational State Transfer (REST) API architecture and it is designed to fetch data daily from the Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) website. Methods: The API is developed using ASP.NET Core Web API framework using C# programming language a...
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Lung Cancer (LC) is formed by an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the lungs, which alters the body's metabolism. Early detection of LC is very important for a better survival rate and prognosis in patients and persons at risk of the disease. Traditional approaches to LC detection are less sensitive to cancerous cells at the early stage, are...
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The teaching and learning activities at Osun State University, like those at every other institution of higher learning, are powered by electricity to a very large extent. Several coping strategies have been developed to achieve positive outcomes despite the epileptic and unpredictable nature of the electrical power supply to the campuses, which is...
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This paper investigates the effect of number and shape of membership function (MF), and training data size on the performance of ANFIS model for predicting path losses in the VHF and UHF bands in built-up environments. Path loss propagation measurements were conducted in four cities of Nigeria over the cellular and broadcasting frequencies. A total...
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Flooding, spoofing, replay, and fuzzing are common in various types of attacks faced by enterprises and various network systems. In-vehicle network systems are not immune to attacks and threats. Intrusion detection systems using different algorithms are proposed to enhance the security of the in-vehicle network. We use a dataset provided and collec...
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Cloud computing is a technology that allows dynamic and flexible computing capability and storage through on-demand delivery and pay-as-you-go services over the Internet. This technology has brought significant advances in the Information Technology (IT) domain. In the last few years, the evolution of cloud computing has led to the development of n...
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For decades now, a lot of radio wave path loss propagation models have been developed for predictions across different environmental terrains. Amongst these models, empirical models are practically the most popular due to their ease of application. However, their prediction accuracies are not as high as required. Therefore, extensive path loss meas...
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Mobility has been identified to be a major characteristic of living things. Humans who are deprived of efficient mobility either by natural or man-made factors loose significant relationship with their environment. The growing demand to produce effective rehabilitation devices for the aged population and disabled individuals, have spurred us to dev...
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Plants are very important living organisms on earth because humans and animals depend on them for nutrition, oxygen, medicine and balance in the ecosystem. Therefore, plant species recognition is critical to the improvement of agricultural productivity, mitigation of climate change and the discovery of new medicinal plants. However, species recogni...
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Polygenic risk score (PRS) analysis is a powerful method been used to estimate an individual's genetic risk towards targeted traits. PRS analysis could be used to obtain evidence of a genetic effect beyond Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) results i.e. when there are no significant markers. PRS analysis has been widely applied to investigate t...
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An attendance system has always been a critical instrument that is normally engaged to determine the response of persons to events, programs, or scheduled classes within the educational context. The Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a work-integrated learning program developed and made mandatory for all undergraduate students in...
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The Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) and GNU Radio framework have a wide range of applications and are actively in use for teaching, research and for practical deployment of various trending wireless technologies. In this work, we explore the relationships between the power outputs of a USRP B200 device and its operating frequencies and U...
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The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has undoubtedly received significant attention in recent years. AI is being adopted to provide solutions to problems in fields such as medicine, engineering, education, government and several other domains. In order to analyze the state of the art of research in the field of AI, we present a systematic lite...
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Unfortunately, in the original publication of the article the third author name was misspelled as Faisal Abnisal.
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The Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) and GNU Radio framework have a wide range of applications and are actively in use for teaching, research and for practical deployment of various trending wireless technologies. In this work, we explore the relationships between the power outputs of a USRP B200 device and its operating frequencies and U...
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Anomaly detection is a crucial aspect of cloud computing that is becoming increasingly challenging. This is because a huge amount of system logs is usually generated in both private and public cloud infrastructure, thereby complicating manual inspection by System Administrators. In order to address this challenge, an experimental investigation was...
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In this study, multiple recognition techniques were experimentally compared to determine the best approach for automatic recognition of Nigerian paper currency notes. Different samples across all denominations of the Naira were digitized to form the dataset for all the experiments carried out in this study. Subsequently, pre-processing and feature...
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Early detection of diseases is key to better disease management and higher survival rates. It aims at discovering conditions that have already produced biochemical changes in body fluids, but have not yet reached a stage of apparent physical symptoms or medical emergency. Therefore, early disease detection relies majorly on biochemical testing of b...
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One of the goals of Word Bank’s Identification for Development (ID4D) is the realization of robust digital identification systems as a means of sustainable development priority. ID4D’s most recent report shows about 1.1 billion of the world’s population are yet to be identified for development. Africa represents about half of that number while Nige...
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This paper presents the result of experimental comparison of the video quality of streamed videos using streaming devices and streaming platforms. The objective metrics considered for the comparison of these media are the Peak Signal-to-Noise Ratio (PSNR), Structural Similarity (SSIM), Visual Information Fidelity (VIF), Information Fidelity Criteri...
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The security and reliability of supply is often affected due to fault occurrence in electrical power Distribution Networks (DN). In the conventional DN, faults location takes more than the expected time, which results in economic losses to power utility companies as well as consumers. However, the advent of Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) and...
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Achieving United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 (UN SDG2) infers an imperative to urgently increase food production by up to 70%. However, concerns have risen that increases in food production have not kept pace with increase in world population, which is estimated to reach 10 billion people by the year 2050. In this paper, an IoT with mach...
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Carcinoma of the Lung is one of the most common cancers in the world and the leading cause of tumor-related deaths. Less than 15% of patients survive 5 years post diagnosis due to its relatively poor prognosis. This has been ascribed to lack of effective diagnostic methods for early detection. Different medical imaging techniques such as chest radi...
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This study explored the predictive modelling of the pyrolysis of rice husk to determine the thermal degradation mechanism of rice husk. The study can ensure proper modelling and design of the system, towards optimising the industrial processes. The pyrolysis of rice husk was studied at 10, 15 and 20 °C min⁻¹ heating rates in the presence of nitroge...
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Periocular recognition has evolved over the years and has been shown to possess discriminative features for personal identification either as a stand-alone trait or when fused with other modalities such as face and iris, especially in unconstrained scenarios. It has a number of advantages, first being the region could be easily cropped from existin...
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Application layer or Layer Seven Distributed Denial of service (L7DDoS) intrusion is one of the greatest threats that intrusion a webserver. The hackers have different motives which could be for Extortion, Exfiltration e.t.c Researchers have employed several methods to prevent L7DDoS intrusion especially using machine learning. Although Machine lea...
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Wastewater effluents are always accompanied with possibilities for human health risks as diverse pathogenic microorganisms are harboured in them, especially if untreated or poorly treated. They allow the release of pathogens into the environment and these may find its way into food cycle. This paper reports the findings of our research work that fo...
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Heart defects have remained one of the top causes of death in the world. As much as sporting activities and exercises are considered beneficial for the health of an individual, there are also a few but significant demerits as huge populations of athletes suffer from heart defects. This is especially pronounced among those who participate in strenuo...
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In spite of the prominence of extreme learning machine model, as well as its excellent features such as insignificant intervention for learning and model tuning, the simplicity of implementation, and high learning speed, which makes it a fascinating alternative method for Artificial Intelligence, including Big Data Analytics, it is still limited in...
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Efficient broadband Internet access is required for optimal productivity in smart campuses. Besides access to broadband Internet, delivery of high speed and good Quality of Service (QoS) are pivotal to achieving a sustainable development in the area of education. In this data article, trends and patterns of the speed of broadband Internet provided...
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Road traffic fatalities have been predicted to be the seventh leading cause of global deaths by the year 2030, if not quickly addressed. In proffering solutions, several methods have been applied in literature, yet road traffic deaths still remain high. Drivers’ stress has been identified as capable of causing road traffic crashes. We present an ex...
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Utilization of Software Defined Radio (SDR) and open-source technologies in the next evolution of cellular communication networks may significantly reduce the capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operating expenditure (OPEX) of mobile network operators in emerging economies. In this paper, a novel cellular communication architecture named NomadicBTS was...