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  • EFFICACY OF SAND FILTRATION, Moringa oleifera SEED AND ALUM TREATMENT IN REDUCTION OF COLIFORMS AND TOTAL BACTERIA IN STABILIZATION POND EFFLUENT 

    Babatunde A, Awopetu; Ikechuwkwu, Moses; Odeyemi, Olu (International Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1/14/2016)
    Objectives A slow sand filter was designed and constructed with decreasing sizes of sand layers. Granulations were made out of the seeds of Moringa oleifera. Their turbidity clarification, coliform and total bacteria ...
  • COMPARATIVE TREATMENT OF WELL AND STREAM WAGTER FOR DRINKING USING MORINGA OLEIFERA SEEDS, ALUM, SAND FILTER BEDS AND SOLAR RADIATION 

    Ikechukwu Benjamin, MOSES; Babatunde, Awopetu; Odeyemi, Olu (International Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 12/16/2016)
    Objectives The objective of this research work was to compare the coagulating power of Moringa oleifera seeds with that of alum. Raw water samples were collected from various wells and streams in Modakeke area, Ile-Ife, ...
  • Evaluation of Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties of Alchornea laxiflora (Benth.) Pax. & Hoffman 

    .Akinpelu, D.A; Abioye, E.O; Aiyegoro, O.A; Akinpelu, O.F; Okoh, A.I (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2/24/2015)
    Alchornea laxiflora leaf extract was tested against a range of microorganisms using standard microbiological methods for antimicrobial activities. Theextract inhibited thegrowth of all thebacterial and 15fungal isolates ...
  • The Effect of Information Technology on the Growth of the Banking Industry in Nigeria 

    Idowu, P. A.; Alu, A.O.; Adagunodo, E.R. (Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC), 2002-10)
    The advent of Information Technology (IT) is rapidly changing the banking industry. In this study, the impact of IT on the banking industry in Nigeria is described. A questionnaire was employed to collect data from ...
  • HOLD EFFECT IN FINITE TORSION OF A COMPRESSIBLE ELASTIC TUBE 

    AKINOLA, A. P.; LAYENI, O. P.; ODEJOBI, O. A.; UMORU, L. E. (Korean Society for Computational & Applied Mathematics and Korean SIGCAM, 2004-03)
    We consider the application of complex variable method to elastic problem and investigate the nonlinear effect of finite torsion of a compressible elastic composite layer. We obtain that as a result of finite deformation ...
  • Empirical study on information and communication technology and youth in a developing country 

    Idowu, A. O.; Idowu, Peter Adebayo; ADAGUNODO, E.R. (International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making, 2005)
    The phenomenal growth of information communication technology (IcT)Especially the internet has affected youth in developed and developing country like. although progressing at a slower rate in developing country than in ...
  • Musculoskeletal pain associated with the use of computer systems in Nigeria 

    Adedoyin, Rufus A.; Idowu, Bimbo O.; Adagunodo, Rotimi E.; Owoyomia, Ayodeji A.; Idowu, Peter A. (IOS Press, 2005-02)
    Computer related musculoskeletal disorders affect millions of computer users yearly in developed nations as reported in the literature. With proliferation of computer systems in the developing nations, the associated ...
  • Performance Modeling of an Enhanced Optimistic Locking Architecture for Concurrency Control in a Distributed Database System 

    Akintola, A.A.; Aderounmu, G.A.; Osakwe, A.U.; Adigun, M.O. (Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, 2005-12)
    Optimistic methods of concurrency control are gaining popularity. This is especially true with the resurgence of mobile and distributed databases during the last decade, which inherently rely on optimistic techniques to ...
  • An efficient host-to-host available bandwidth estimation scheme 

    Oluwatope, Ayodeji, O.; Aderounmu, Adesola, G; Obembe, Olufemi; Ogwu, Francis, J (2006-01)
    This paper takes an initiative from TOPP [3] and SLoPS [1]and its essence is to reduce the number of probing and error inherent in estimating the available bandwidth along a network path. This paper aims at proposing an ...
  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS PRACTICE FOR DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: Results from INDEHELA 

    Mursu, Anja; Korpela, M; Mursu, A; Soriyan, H.A; Macome, E; de la Harpe, R (International Federation for Information Processing, Volume 208, Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems, eds. Trauth, E.,, 2006-09)
    ^^ this paper we search for answers to the question: Can information systems development (ISD) in Africa by African IS practitioners contribute to human development in Africa? More specifically, we ask if everyday ISD ...
  • A Dynamic Traffic Shaping Technique for a Scalable QoS in ATM Networks 

    Ogwu, Francis Joseph; Mohammad, Talib; Aderounmu, Ganiyu A.; Onifade, Olufade Falade Williams (The International Arab Journal of Information Technologyj, 2008-10)
    Traffic shaping function becomes imperative for the new broadband services that are being deployed in order to avoid information loss, to provide the end users multiple traffic options in terms of bandwidth and to ensure ...
  • A FUZZY SEMANTIC INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR TRANSACTIONAL APPLICATIONS 

    Ajayi, A.O.; Soriyan, H.A.; Aderounmu, G.A. (Data Science Journal, 2009-10)
    In this paper, we present an information retrieval system based on the concept of fuzzy logic to relate vague and uncertain objects with un-sharp boundaries. The simple but comprehensive user interface of the system ...
  • Modeling and Implementing Record Linkage in Health Information Systems 

    Philip, Achimugu; Abimbola, Soriyan; Babajide, Afolabi (The Journal on Information Technology in Healthcare, 2009-11)
    The process of identifying record pairs that represent the same entity (duplicate records) is technically known as record linkage and is one of the essential elements of data cleansing. This paper proposes a fast and ...
  • Development and Testing of a Graphical FORTRAN Learning Tool for Novice Programmers 

    Ajayi, A. O.; Soriyan, H.A.; Akinboro, S. A.; Olajubu, E. A.; Ninan, D. F. (Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management, 2010)
    To address the difficulties associated with computer programming, this article first looks at some reasons why students, especially engineering students, find programming such a daunting prospect, and it proposes a ...
  • A Load Balancing Policy for Distributed Web Service 

    Oluwatope, Ayodeji; Eludiora, S; Abiona, O; Aderounmu, G; Oluwatope, A; Onime, C; Kehinde, L (International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 2010-01)
    The proliferation of web services; and users appeal for high scalability, availability and reliability of web servers to provide rapid response and high throughput for the Clients’ requests occurring at anytime. Distrib-uted ...
  • A Load Balancing Policy for Distributed Web Service 

    Eludiora, Safiriyu; Abiona, Olatunde; Aderounmu, Ganiyu; Oluwatope, Ayodeji; Onime, Clement; Kehinde, Lawrence (Scientific Research, 2010-01)
    he proliferation of web services; and users appeal for high scalability, availability and reliability of web servers to provide rapid response and high throughput for the Clients’ requests occurring at anytime. Distributed ...
  • Automatic recognition of oral vowels in tone language: Experiments with fuzzy logic and neural network models. 

    Akanbi, L; Odéjobí, O (Computing in Research and Development in Africa, 2011)
    Automatic recognition of tone language speech is a complex problem in that it involves two parallel recognition tasks. A recognition system to accomplish this task must be able to simultaneously recognise tone and phone ...
  • Bacterial Assessment of Electronic Hardware User Interfaces in Ile-Ife, Nigeria 

    Oluduro, A. O; Ubani, E. K; Ofoezie, I. E. (Journal of Basic and Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2011-01)
    The study was undertaken to quantify and identify bacterial contaminants associated with private and open access user interfaces in various establishments in the town of Ile-Ife, Nigeria. The study was conducted in selected ...
  • An Intelligent Mediating Model for Collaborative e-Learning Management Systems 

    Caleb, Akanbi; Rotimi, Adagunodo (IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, 2011-07)
    E-learning management systems(e- LMSs) lack ontologies for sharing their domain knowledge learning objects with others due to differences or non-uniformity in architectures, platforms, protocols and representations. ...
  • The Critical Need for Software Architecture Practices in Software Development Process 

    Gambo, I; Ikono, R; Iroju, O; Omodunbi, T (Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems, 2012-01)
    Software architecture is the master plan of every reliable software system. It is the building block of any kind of software system which greatly determines the success of the system. This paper argues that every system ...