Samuel Mbugua

Samuel Mbugua
Moi University · Institute of BioMedical Informatics

Doctor of Philosophy

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The evolution of object-oriented, scripting and high-level languages has seen the size and complexity of computer programs today. The software industry has, in response, developed software architectures that have stood out as an overarching for designing complicated and enormous software systems. This paper examines how modularity applies to softwa...
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The emergence of digital computers at the tail end of the last century allowed for the evolution of computer languages from low-level languages of the 1940s to the object-oriented, scripting high-level languages of today. This evolution has, in effect, seen the size and complexity of computer programs increase by a large factor. The software indust...
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This article explores the Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) approach concerning software modelling during systems development. The evolution of MDA is changing software development into a simpler process with less turnaround time, faster deliverability and greater innovation. MDA facilitates building pervasive software systems from high-level models...
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ICTs have played a critical role within the development of business particularly small and medium enterprises. During a modern digital era, technology is most vital pillar within the provision of data and knowledge for the growth of development, sustainability, productivity and competitiveness of small and medium enterprises. The primary goal of th...
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We argue for ICT leverage to curb limiting barriers and aid widening access to higher education in Kenya. Impediments to higher education access in Kenya include affordability, flexibility, institutional limited capacities, lack of opportunities for education mobility and lifelong learning. A qualitative content analysis methodology appreciated Ken...
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Kenya like other developing countries is faced with a burden of disease aggravated by poverty. Communicable and non-communicable diseases are increasing at an alarming rate and straining already overburdened and weak heath systems. Faced with a rapidly growing population, poorly equipped health workforce and meager resources to support the healthca...
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Women entrepreneurs are recognized as drivers for sustainable and inclusive socio-economic growth. Despite this, Small-Scale Women Entrepreneurs (SSWEs) undergo challenges in the current global market due to limited access and use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs). The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is fuelling fast-...
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In order to make appropriate decisions while providing care to a patient, a healthcare provider needs to be furnished with all necessary information. This information will be captured, processed, stored and exchanged using various information management systems. Applying ICT in these systems requires considerable investments in terms of infrastruct...
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In parts of the developing world traditionally modeled healthcare systems do not adequately meet the needs of the populace. This can be due to imbalances in both supply and demand--there may be a lack of sufficient healthcare and the population most at need may be unable or unwilling to take advantage of it. Home-based care has emerged as a possibl...

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