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  • A Survey of Software Reengineering Approaches 

    Okunoye, O. B.; Uwadia, C. O.; Oladeji, F.A. (Journal of Computer Science and its Applications, 2004)
    For any developed software system not to become progressively less useful in real-world environment, such software is expected to be efficient, reliable and amendable to support new platforms, embrace emerging standards, ...
  • Information Visualisation: A truly Interdisciplinary field of study 

    Adewole, A. Philips; Sofoluwe, A.B. (Journal of computer science and its applications, 2004)
    In this paper, we create awareness and also promote the study of information visualization. We designed and administered questionnaires to determine the present level of awareness and our results show that presently, the ...
  • A Visualization Approach to Graph Layout Problem. 

    Adewole, A.P.; Sofoluwe, A.B. (ASSET Journal of Applied Sciences, 2006)
    A comprehensive assessment of existing graph layout algorithms revealed that most of the existing algorithms employed automatic approach which permits graph layout without user intervention. However, automatic approach ...
  • Drawing Graphs with Modified Simulated Annealing Algorithm 

    Adewole, A.P. (Journal of Computer Science and its Applications, 2006-06)
    This paper illustrates a modified simulated annealing algorithm for drawing graphs according to a number of aesthetic criteria. The proposed modified algorithm used in this paper combined the power of simulated annealing ...
  • A Revised Logic for Weighted Round Robin Scheduler towards Improving Network Throughput in a QoS Internet 

    Oladeji, F.A.; Uwadia, C. O.; Kourie, D.G.; Strauss, D.M. (Journal of Computer Science and its Applications, 2007-06)
    Attempts to support service differentiation and QoS on the internet have brought about various traffic management models. One such class of models deals with traffic scheduling at the Internet routers. A network scheduler ...
  • Comparative Evaluation of Available Bandwidth Estimation Tools (PRTG and OAUENTMON) in a Campus-Wide Area Network. 

    AZEEZ, Nureni (The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, Akamai University, USA, 2009)
    In recent years, there has been a strong interest in measuring the available bandwidth of network paths. Several methods and techniques have been proposed and various measurement tools have been developed and evaluated. ...
  • Evolutionary simulated annealing with application to tournament traveling problem 

    Adewole, A.P.; Ejide, F.O (Journal of Computer Science and its Applications, 2009)
    This paper describes evolutionary simulated annealing approach to the solution of TTP that includes both feasible and infeasible schedules. The approach uses a large neighbourhood with complex moves and includes techniques ...
  • The Significance of Traffic Admission Control and Scheduling Mechanism in a QoS Internet Router 

    Oladeji, F.A.; Uwadia, C. O.; Oyetunji, M.O.; Adeyemi, M. (International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing, 2010)
    Internet real-time users are often confronted with network congestive messages such at "network busy, try later' due to the limitations and constraints of its TCP/IP traffic management protocols to support real-time ...
  • Predicting Insurance Investment: A Factor Analytic Approach 

    Agwuegbo, S.O.; Adewole, A.P.; Maduegbuna, A.N. (Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 2010)
    Problem statement: In the last decade growing attention has been paid to the pattern of investments by the insurance industry and the question of how to evaluate such investments. In an economy where the capital market is ...
  • A Random Walk Model for Stock Market Prices 

    Agwuegbo, S.O.N.; Adewole, A.P.; Maduegbuna, A.N. (Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 2010)
    Abstract: Problem statement: The stock exchange market has been one of the most popular investments in the recent past due to its high returns. The market has become an integral part of the global economy to the extent ...
  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE AND ADOPTION OF OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AMONG NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 

    Odulaja, G.O.; Ogude, U.C.; Adebimpe, A.L; Akinyosade, E.O. (Computing, Information Systems, Development Informatics & Allied Research Journal, 2010-06)
    Using a questionnaire titled “Factors Affecting the Use and Adoption of Open-Source Software Development Process Among Nigerian Undergraduates” to solicit responses in selected Institutions of Higher learning in Nigeria, ...
  • Digital Filter Design Using Artificial Neural Network. 

    Adewole, A.P.; Agwuegbo, S.O. (Journal of Computer Science and its Applications, 2010-06)
    In this paper, Feed Forward Multi-Layer Perceptron neural network was adapted as a digital filtering tool in modelling communications systems that were corrupted by noise or interference. Discrete-Fourier Transform was ...
  • COMPARISON OF NEURAL NETWORK AND MULTIVARIATE DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS IN SELECTING NEW COWPEA VARIETY 

    Adewole, Adetunji Philip; Sofoluwe, A. B.; Agwuegbo, Samuel Obi-Nnamdi (International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security (IJCSIS), 2010-07)
    In this study, neural networks (NN) algorithm and multivariate discriminant (MDA) based model were developed to classify ten (10) varieties of cowpea which were widely planted in Kano. . In order to demonstrate the validity ...
  • State-space models for analysis of hydrological series 

    Agwuegbo, S.O.N.; Adewole, A.P. (Journal of Engineering Research, 2010-12)
    In this study, the class of state pace model for which optimal forecasts may be computed using a recursive estimation procedure called the Kalman Filter is developed for the analysis of hydrological series. The state-space ...
  • ANCAEE: A Novel Clustering Algorithm for Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks 

    AZEEZ, Nureni (Wireless Sensor Network, 2011)
    One of the major constraints of wireless sensor networks is limited energy available to sensor nodes because of the small size of the batteries they use as source of power. Clustering is one of the routing techniques that ...
  • Artificial Neural Network Model for Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rate 

    Adewole, Adetunji Philip; Akinwale, Adio Taofiki; Akintomide, Ayo Bidemi (World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal, 2011)
    The present statistical models used for forecasting cannot effectively handle uncertainty and instability nature of foreign exchange data. In this work, an artificial neural network foreign exchange rate forecasting model ...
  • Structural Model for the Analysis of Stock Market Price Index 

    Agwuegbo, S.O.N.; Mojekwu, J.N.; Adewole, A.P.; Maduegbuna, A.N. (International Journal of Marketing Studies, 2011)
    Stock market returns are predictable from a variety of financial and macroeconomic variables and have long been an attraction for equity investors. Recently increasing attention has shifted on the market index as a method ...
  • A Genetic Algorithm for Solving Travelling Salesman Problem 

    Adewole, P.; Akinwale, A.T.; Otunbanowo, K (International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 2011)
    In this paper we present a Genetic Algorithm for solving the Travelling Salesman problem (TSP). Genetic Algorithm which is a very good local search algorithm is employed to solve the TSP by generating a preset number of ...
  • SIMULATED ANNEALING FOR SOLVING THE TRAVELLING SALESMAN PROBLEM 

    ADEWOLE, A.P.; AGWUEGBO, S.O.N.; OTUBAMOWO, K. (Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 2011)
    In this paper we considered the use of Simulated Annealing for solving the Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP) which is NP-Complete. The algorithm searches solutions for the global minimum by perturbing existing solutions ...
  • A Receipt-free Multi-Authority E-Voting System 

    Adewole, A.P.; Sodiya, A.S.; Arowolo, O.A. (International Journal of Computer Applications, 2011-09)
    The existing e-voting schemes satisfied requirements such as eligibility, completeness, „no vote duplication‟, privacy but have not been able to solve the problems of universal verifiability, coercion, bribery and fairness ...