Accepted Papers

  • Omar J. Sinayobye, Fred Kiwanuka and Swaib Kaawaase Kyanda. A state-of-the-art techniques on fraud detection in smart meter data analytics
  • Immaculee Joselyne Munezero, Doreen Tuheirwe Mukasa, Benjamin Kanagwa and Joseph Balikuddembe. Partitioning Microservices: A Domain Engineering Approach
  • Degif Teka, Yvonne Dittrich and Mesfin Kifle. Adapting Lightweight User-Centered Design with the Scrum-Based Development Process into the Project Management Process
  • Emmanuel Masabo, Swaib Kyanda Kaawaase and Julianne Sansa-Otim. Applying Big data Analytics to Defend against Malicious Programs
  • Irene Nandutu and Ernest Mwebaze. Luganda Text-to-Speech Machine
  • Andrew Lukyamuzi, John Ngubiri and Washington Okori. Tracking Food Insecurity from Tweets Using Data Mining Techniques
  • Joseph K. Balikuddembe and Justine Nakirijja. Planning for public sector Software Projects using Value-Based Requirements Engineering Techniques; a Research Agenda
  • Selma Khouri and Ladjel Bellatreche. Requirements value-added Design Approach for Semantic Warehouse Systems in linked Data environement