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Franklin Wabwoba

Franklin Wabwoba
kibabii university, Bungoma, Kenya · Information Technology

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Mobile applications are designed and developed to run on a mobile device. The overwhelming adoption of mobile device technology, the rapid advancement of mobile devices and the significance of the Internet in today's society have shifted how businesses and consumers interact. The shift has subsequently upset mobile software programming enormously....
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The webometrics user ranking analysis model was developed and validated. The need for the model arose as directorates of ICT in Kenyan Universities were assigned the challenge of improving their university's webo ranking. Webo ranking is the preferred method of the universities to showcase their niche and what they do to the global community. There...
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Consumer lending is an exercise where risk scoring takes the form of a typical decision making problem. For smallholder farmers, the credit scoring becomes specifically more challenging with the data gaps and outliers in data. Added to that, the process must be as cost-effective as possible while providing as accurate results as possible. This pape...
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In consumer loans, where lenders deal with masses, use of algorithms to classify borrowers is fast catching up. Classification based on predictive models tend, to adversely affect borrowers. In this paper, we study the extent to which various algorithms disenfranchise borrowers lying on the boundaries of decision making. In the study, the data used...
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The paper sets posits that Universities are ranked globally based on their web presence. The web crawler accesses the universities websites to collect data on presence, visibility, openness, and excellence. These data is then used to rank the Universities based on set criteria. The paper identifies design issues that may affect website ranking. The...
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Most institution of higher learning are implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) in automating various activities. The architecture of most of the ERP is based on the service-oriented architecture (SOA) where each module can be called as service. In most of the contracts signed between the vendor and the university, payment is tied to the le...
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The purpose of this study is to determine a type of software metric at file level exhibiting the best prediction performance. Studies have shown that software process metrics are better predictors of software faults than software product metrics. However, there is need for a specific software process metric which can guarantee the best fault predic...
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Most institution of higher learning are implementing and Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) in automating various activities. The architecture of most of the ERP is based on the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) where each module can be called as service. In most of the contract signed between the vendor and the university, payment is tied to the...
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Kenya has over six million active mobile subscribers who may at some point want to replace or get rid of old mobile phones. A big number of the mobile phones were recently switched off for not being genuine without a prober mechanism being put in place for the disposal. If every affected individual or otherwise disposed off phones by throwing it aw...
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Though ICT is contributing to the economy associated with innovations, inventions and rapid development in almost all aspects of human life, is responsible for climatic degradation. The rapid increase of ICT usage means more costs of doing business, energy consumption, and more environmental challenges. The rapid changing technology reaching Kenya...
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Computer-mediated learning is becoming an increasingly common form of education in institutions of higher learning (IHL). Many IHL in developing nations, such as Kenya, have greatly experienced an increase in demand for higher education. On the other hand, the ability to connect people with required sets of skills, regardless of their location in t...

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