Department Of Computer Engineering Journals


Obasi C. C, Odeyinde O. B., Agidani J. J., Ibiam V. O., and Ubadike, C. O. (2015). Design and Implementation of Microcontroller Based Programmable Power Changeover. International Journal of Computer and Intelligent Systems Vol. 6 No. 12: 51 – 56.

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Power failure is a key issue in many developing countries of the world.  To sustain development, the need for alternative power supply becomes necessary.  Changing between the main supply line and the alternative supply poses yet another problem.  Many…
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Obasi C. C., Okezie C. C, Ken Akpado, Chukwu N. P., Asogwa C. S,  Akuma C. K. and  Oluseun O. D (2016).  Real – Time Hand Gesture Tracking for Network Centric Application. International Journal of Computer and Intelligent Systems Vol. 7 No. 8: 32 – 38.

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This paper focuses on the Real – Time Gesture Tracking for Network Centric Application.  In it, human hand gesture was acquired using Kinect depth camera.  The user posed in front of the camera…
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Obasi C. C., Chukwu N. P., Ogbewey L. I., Asogwa C. S. (2016), Design and Implementation of Automated Healthcare Software System for Outpatient Health Maintenance, Computer and Intelligent Systems Vol. 7 No. 10: pp: 53 – 60.

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Presented in this article is a software system that is aimed at automating health maintenance process for aged people.  The system simulates health parameter such as body temperature, pressure weight and height of patients.  The generated parameters are used to compute the…
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Vegetable oils have traditionally been applied in food uses, but recent trends suggest their economic usefulness as industrial fluids. Increasing crude oil prices and emphasis on the development of renewable, environmentally friendly industrial fluids have brought vegetable oils to a place of prominence. Biodegradability provides an indication of the persistence of any particular substance in the environment and is the yardstick for assessing the eco friendliness of substances. The superior biodegradation of vegetable oils in comparison with mineral based oils has been demonstrated
severally,…
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