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    • A content analysis of the Ghana national health insurance scheme 

      Lem, Robert Bella Kuganab (Uganda Martyrs University Press, 2009-04)
      Several African countries are contemplating the introduction of national health insurance and a few have already started implementing. It is a popular understanding among these countries that by moving away from ...
    • Finitely coloured ordinals 

      Mwesigye, F.; Truss, J. K (Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK, 2010)
      Abstract. Two structures A and B are n-equivalent if player II has a winning strategy in the n-move Ehrenfeucht-fraïssé game on A and B. Ordinals and m-coloured ordinals are studied up to n-equivalence for various values ...
    • An Access Control Framework for Protecting Mobile Health Records: The Case Study of Developing Countries 

      Ssembatya, Richard (2012)
      Mobile health records are a good way of providing users with on-demand access to health care data. Standard approaches of securing health records include role-based access control (RBAC) because this is a flexible approach ...
    • The STOF model and a development-oriented mobile innovation 

      Nyakaisiki, Sheba (International Conference on Mobile Business, 2012)
      Service innovations in modern economies are driven by the need to gain competitive advantage, technology advancements, market demand and organizational innovation. Uniquely, the need for social development presents ...
    • An Energy-Efficient Dynamic Source Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks 

      Bulenga, Tonny Eddie; Naigende, Duncan (Makerere University, 2012)
      The Dynamic Source Routing Protocol (DSR) is one of the most reliable and effective protocols in the Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs). It is also one of the few MANET protocols whose routing scheme can easily be optimized. ...
    • On the Challenge of Adopting Standard EHR Systems in Developing Countries 

      Ssembatya, Richard; Kayem, Anne; Gary, Marsden (2013)
      Electronic health record (EHR) systems are a popular mechanism for accessing health records in the developed world and have contributed towards improved and cost-effective health care management. However, the development ...
    • The Role of Reverse Logistics in E-Waste Management: An Assessment of the East African Community 

      Mugejjera, Emmanuel (2013)
      This article focuses on return management process in supply chain context. A review of the defi nition, role and drivers of reverse logistics management are discussed in depth in line with the consideration of returns ...
    • Issues of Adoption: Can Health Services Designed for Developed Countries be Adopted in Developing Countries? 

      Ssembatya, Richard (2014)
      Electronic health record (EHR) systems are a popular mechanism for accessing health records in the developed world and have contributed towards improved and cost-effective health care management. However, the development ...
    • Diversity in Security Environments: The Why and the Wherefore 

      Ssembatya, Richard; Kayem, Anne V. D. M.; Burke, Mark-John (Uganda Martyrs University, 2014)
      Information security is generally discussed in terms of preventing adversarial access to applications and to the data these applications handle. The authors note, however, that increasingly, creating information security ...
    • Privacy and Digital Technologies: E-Dossier 

      Musanje Kasozi, Joseph Brian (Università degli Studi di Trento, 2014-06)
      Privacy has been a key issue that needs to be addressed in the digital era. With development of digital technologies now information is shared so easily and fast. The rise of online giants like Google who collect personal ...
    • DG 6 

      Awichi, Richard; Castela, Corine; Valero, Paola; Lott, Johnny W (2015)
      The aim of the DG was to engage participants in fruitful dialogue about the nature and roles of international co-operation in mathematics education. Mathematics education, both research and practice, is international. This ...
    • Prevalence and drug susceptibility of isolates of urinary tract infections among febrile under-fives in Nsambya Hospital, Uganda 

      Katongole, Simon Peter; Ocokoru, Christine; Onzima, Robert Anguyo DDM; Govule, Philip (Open Science Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2015)
      Background: Urinary tract infections remain a silent cause of morbidity and complications among under-fives due to its nonspecific presentation and incapacity of most health facilities in developing countries to diagnose ...
    • Security Analysis of Remote Tower Control 

      Musanje Kasozi, Joseph Brian; Male, Henry Kenneth (University of Trento, 2015)
      The main target of the analysis is the Remote Tower control center. This will provide Air traffic control services for more than one airport by a single operator in a remote location therefore eliminating an individual ...
    • Factors affecting Mathematics achievement of first-year secondary school students in Central Uganda 

      Kiwanuka, Henry; Namusisi, Speranza (Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2015-08)
      This study explores the sources of variability in Mathematics achievement of Ugandan students at the student, classroom and school level. The Mathematics score and questionnaire responses of 4,819 first-year secondary ...
    • Factors affecting Mathematics achievement of first-year secondary school students in Central Uganda 

      Kiwanuka, Henry Nsubuga; Van Damme, Jan; Van Den Noortgate, Wim; Anumendem, Dickson Nkafu; Namusisi, Speranza (University of Pretoria, Faculty of Education, 2015-08)
      This study explores the sources of variability in Mathematics achievement of Ugandan students at the student, classroom and school level. The Mathematics score and questionnaire responses of 4,819 first-year secondary ...
    • Towards Harnessing Phone Messages and Telephone Conversations for Prediction of Food Crisis 

      Lukyamuzi, Andrew; Ngubiri, John; Okori, Washington (IGI Publishing Hershey, 2015-10)
      Food insecurity is a global challenge affecting millions of people especially those from least developed regions. Famine predictions are being carried out to estimate when shortage of food is most likely to happen. The ...
    • Using mobile phone data to study dynamics of rural-urban mobility 

      Sanya, Rahman; Lukyamuzi, Martin (IEEE, 2016)
      Understanding the dynamics of human mobility is important for addressing challenges caused by phenomena that rely on mobility, such as infectious disease transmission. Although various data sources exist for modeling human ...
    • How do student and classroom characteristics affect attitude toward mathematics? A multivariate multilevel analysis 

      Kiwanuka, Nsubuga Henry; Damme, Van Jan; Noortgate, Van Den Wim; Anumendem, kafu Dickson N; Vanlaar, Gudrun; Reynolds, Chandra; Namusisi, Speranza (Taylor & Francis Group, 2016)
      This study investigated the effects of student and classroom characteristics on math self-confidence, perceived usefulness, and enjoyment of mathematics as multiple outcomes. A sample of 7th-grade students from 78 classes ...
    • On Spatial Dependence in Multivariate Singular Spectrum Analysis 

      Awichi, Richard (2016)
      In this paper, I present a method for utilizing the usually intrinsic spatial information in spatial data sets to improve the quality of temporal predictions within the framework of singular spectrum analysis (SSA) techniques. ...
    • Enhancing Quality of University Record's Management using Multi-Tier Integrated Management system 

      Kasozi, Brian Joseph (2017)
      Over the past decades many theories and practical views have been developed to see the improvement of quality assurance management in the different organizations. With focus on academia, a number of tools have been developed ...