Tallman Nkgau

Tallman Nkgau
University of Botswana | UB · Department of Computer Science

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Information Systems (IS) curriculum development in developing countries faces the challenge of balancing conformance to international trends while remaining relevant to the local context. Model curricula such as IS2010 provide a clear and up-to-date reflection of IS curricula trends. However, such curricula cannot be directly implemented especially...
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This exploratory study examined the perceptions of employers and employees of the IS industry in Botswana regarding the role of the educational offering as it pertains to the skills demand in the local job market. Using secondary data from an IS graduate tracer study, organisational survey and literature on national and international programme offe...
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This paper presents the results of a content analysis of computing job adverts to assess the types of skills required by employers in Botswana. Through the study of job adverts for computing professionals for one year (i.e., January 2008 to December 2008), we identified the types of skills required by employers for early career positions. The job a...
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This paper proposes an architecture for the storage and retrieval of multimedia information for mobile healthcare. Our coverage of storage mechanisms for multimedia information is centered on images, audio, video and textual contents, while the coverage of retrieval techniques is centered on audio requests, Internet connection, SMS and keypad queri...
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Elliptic curves have been a subject of much mathematical study since early in the past century. Recently, through the work of Koblitz and Miller, they have found application in the area of publickey cryptography. The basic reason is that, elliptic curves over finite fields provide an abundance of finite abelian groups which could be used as a basis...

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