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P-ISSN: 2006 – 1781;    E-ISSN: 2672 – 4278                  . ..published since 2008

Founding Editor-in-Chief: Bamidele (‘Dele) Oluwade, Ph.D., SMIEEE, MCPN, FNCS

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The African Journal of Computing and ICT (Afr. J. Comp. & ICT.) publishes concise technical, research and review papers on Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Management and other related fields. The goal of the journal is to contribute to rapid  ICT and industrial development all over the world, in the African region and Nigeria in particular via the publication of topical and relevant papers from a theoretic/academic and practical/ industrial points of view. Interested authors should consult the “Call for Papers” page for  guidelines on paper submission and scope of the journal. Both hardcopy (Print) and online versions are available, even though the former is presently published in limited quantities.

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Paper: A Survey of Model Selection for Oil and Gas Pipeline Design using Domain Specific Modelling

Bunakiye R. Japheth1, Erho A. Joseph2 and Evans F. Osaisai3

1,2Department of Computer Science,

3Department of Mathematics,

Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

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Paper: A Texture-based Method for Detecting Impostor Attacks using Printed Photographs

A. J. Jegede1, G. I. O. Aimufua2 and G. A. Thomas3

1,3Department of Computer Science, University of Jos, Nigeria.

2Department of Computer Science, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria.

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Paper: A Comparative Experimental Evaluation of the Detection Rates and Removal Abilities of Fifteen Malware Detector Tools on Xpaj.MBR Rootkit

S. O. Subairu1, J. K. Alhassan2, V. O. Nwaocha3 and I. R. Saidu4

1,2Department of Cyber Security Science, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.

3Department of Computer Science, National Open University of Nigeria, Headquarters, Abuja.

4Department of Intelligence and Cyber Security, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, Nigeria.

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Paper: Performance Evaluation of a Code Complexity Measurement Tool: An Empirical Approach

Mutiat A. Ogunrinde1 and Solomon O. Akinola2

1Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Fountain University, Osogbo, Nigeria.

2Department of Computer Science, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

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Paper: A Zachman’s Architecture-based Framework for Classification and Allocation of Software Requirement Elicitation Interview Questions

Hamzat Olanrewaju Aliyu1, Salihu Abdulkadir2 and Tajudeen Adeleke Badmos3

1,2School of Information and Communication Technology, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.

3Industry and Innovation Research Institute (IIRI), Sheffield Halam University, United Kingdom.

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VOL. 13, NO. 4, DECEMBER 2020

Paper: A Survey of Challenges and Opportunities on COVID-19 and Emerging Technologies in Nigeria

Douglas Allswell Kelechi1, Cosmas Ifeanyi Nwakanma2, Augustine Ikenna Udunwa3 and Ikenna Uzoma Ajere4

1Department of Computer Science,

2,3.4Department of Information Technology,

Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.





































































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    1. Thanks very much for your comment. It is well noted.
      We shall attend to the formatting of text.
      We plan to make all previously published articles, including yours, to be visible soon. It is a temporary challenge arising from migration to the new site.
      As per IEEE missing on the site, please check the FAQ on the site. The journal was previously published in partnership with IEEE Nigeria Computer Chapter. But this is no more the case. However, it is expected that all previously published papers will appear the way they were originally, with the IEEE logo.
      I hope I have been able to respond appropriately to your comment.
      Once again, this is to express appreciation for your thoughtful comment. Further comment and questions are always welcome.
      Thanks for your interest in the journal.
      Bamidele Oluwade, Ph.D., SMIEEE, MCPN, FNCS
      African Journal of Computing & ICT
      ISSN 2006-1781

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