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DEVELOPING A CENTRAL AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM FOR ACCESS CONTROL WITHIN A NETWORK DOMAIN

ABSTRACTAn important requirement of any information management system is to protect data and resources against unauthorized disclosure (secrecy) and unauthorized or improper modifications (integrity), while at the same time ensuring their availability to legitimate users (no denials-of-service). Enforcing protection therefore requires that every access to a system and its resources be controlled and that all and only authorized accesses can take place. This process goes under the name ...

Toxicity of Tithonia Diversifolia leaf Extracts on Callosobruchus maculatus Infesting Cowpea seed, Vigna unguiculata in the Store

Callosobruchus maculatus (Fabricius), also known as cowpea beetle, cowpea weevil or bruchid, is the most important pest of cowpea. Severe C. maculatus infestations can affect 100% of the stored peas and cause up to 60% loss within a few months. Recent reports indicate that extracts of locally available plants can be effective as crop protectants against pre-harvest and post-harvest pests.This Seminar presentation discussed about the 'toxicity of Tithonia diversifolia leaf extra...

IT Governance Practices in Commercial Banks in Ethiopia

AbstractIn this study, there were two main objectives. Identifying the IT Governance practices in Ethiopian commercial banks was the first step. Further, it set out to explore the challenges Ethiopian Commercial Banks confront when implementing IT Governance. The goal was to look at Ethiopian commercial banks' IT governance practices. Commercial banks in Ethiopia were the focus of the investigation. A questionnaire was used to gather primary data from 52 respondents from commercial bank...

Daesh and its Implication on Jordanian National Security 2005-2017

IS (Islamic State), with its Arabic abbreviation DAESH, is internationally known for its rapid growth, widespread violence and expansion of territory and psychological surveillance. It has emerged in a radical religious frame to build a communal supranational religious entity, attracts Muslims around the world, through religious speech which expands hatred and religious intolerance on the ground and in the electronic media, disregarding the political borders and the moral principles of...

Attitude of Teachers’ to ICT use for Teaching English

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the Study  In the current era, information spreads rapidly and this makes it easy to access the information. Development of information technologies surely has a great contribution on this. Information technologies making a rapid progress especially at the end of twentieth century started to assert itself in educational field in addition to all fields (Sahin & Akeay, 2011). Integration of technology with lectures has become inevitable for effec...

Dissolution Kinetic and Solvent Extraction of Aluminium From Kaolin

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Insilco Identification of Putative Drug Targets in Staphylococcus Aureus

ABSTRACTStaphylococcus aureus is one of the most important and studies gram-positive bacterial strains, which have a great potential to infect human being as well as other mammals. Staphylococcus aureus is a major cause of infections responsible for much life threatening diseases like toxic-shock syndrome, staphylococcal scarlet fever, meningitis, osteomyelitis etc. infection due to these strains are difficult to treat. This research work focused on the identification of drug target enz...

Effect of Anthropogenic Activities on Physicochemical Properties of Soils in Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA, Imo State

ABSTRACT   The study was carried out to evaluate the effect of anthropogenic activities on physiochemical properties of soils in Ezinihitte Mbaise L.G.A. Imo State. 36 soil samples were collected randomly at the depth of 0-5cm, 5-15cm, and 15-30cm. The samples were collected from four different locations, farmland, market area, play ground and forest. The samples were prepared and analyzed for physiochemical properties such as sand, silt, clay, pH, conductivity, organic carbon, mo...

EFFECT OF ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES ON SOIL IN AWKA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE

ABSTRACT The study evaluated the effect of anthropogenic activities on the physico-chemical properties of soils of Awka South, LGA, Anambra state, Southeastern Nigeria. Triplicate soil samples were collected from three (3) soil depths (0-15cm, 15-30 cm and 30-45 cm) in four land use types; sand mining, play ground, arable land and forest land of Agu Awka, Amowbia, Okpuno and Ifite respectively. Physico-chemical properties and heavy metals concentration of the soils were analyzed usi...

Orphans And Performance In Primary School,Nguni Zone Mwingi District In Kenya.

ABSTRACTThis study was to investigate the performance of orphan learners in all primary school in NguniDistrict, Eastern Province, KenyaThe researcher used quantitative approach for the study. The method involves collecting of thedata using questionnaire. The researcher chose this method because it was easy to analyse intable. The researcher collected information from groups of people. The group of people wasselected to represent the total population. The researcher used survey design. T...

Password Based Security Gate System Powered By Hybrid Power Supply With Solar Charging System

ABSTRACT Automatic gate is one of most usefully thing to use in companies, colonies, collages, homes, and schools. There is some type to operate a gate such as a sliding on screw or on rack and pinion, piston operated, rotary. Design is available for some type of operation and it is most costly also When installation and maintenance cost is not yet been considered. The main objective of this Project is to study, analyze, and provide an enhanced design and performance of power supply, an...

An Interactive Complaint Register And Appraisal Management System For A University

Organizations in general are meant to serve clients to the best of their ability and might without favor or fear. Services rendered though are not always to the expectation of the client to some extent. That may culminate to dissatisfaction on the clients’ side. Opinions too could be important if they were got from the clients to boost production. The organizations therefore, should put up infrastructure to listen into the client points of view. It’s not always that cl...

Design And Implementation Of Wireless E-Menu Restaurant Ordering System Final Year Project Report Submitted In Partial Fulfilment Of The Requirements For The Award Of The Degree

ABSTRACT Automation plays a very important role in every field of human life. This project presents a simple design and implementation of a Wireless E-menu Restaurant Ordering System in which the traditional paper-based menu isreplaced by a user friendly Matrix keypad-based menu. The system has Atmega 328P microcontroller which is interfaced with the input and output modules. The input module is the matrix keypad sensor which is placed on LCD (Graphical Liquid Crystal Display) to have a...

Prevalence And Co-infection Of Cassava With Cassava Mosaic Geminiviruses And Cassava Brown Streak Virus In Popular Cultivars In Western Kenya

Cassava mosaic geminiviruses (CMGs) and Cassava brown streak virus (CBSV) cause diseases of major economic significance to cassava in Kenya. The Western region of Kenya contributes about 60% of cassava production in the country. Currently CBSD distribution is being newly reported in the Western region where over 90% CMD incidences have been observed. Transmission studies have confirmed that B. tabaci transmits both CMGs and CBSV. The co-occurrence of the vector, CMGs and the newly rep...

Regenerability And Transformability Of Selected Kenyan Farmer Preffered Cassava (Manihot Esculenta Crantz) Ecotypes

Cassava (Manihot esculanta Crantz) is a perennial shrub grown mainly for its tuberous roots and provides food for over 500 million people in developing countries. The crop is affected by various biotic and abiotic stresses such as diseases, low protein content and presence of cyanogenic glycosides that result in low production. Management strategies against these stresses rely upon conventional improvement programs, but these are not effective owing to vast limitations inherent to such ...


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