Scientific publications (SIT)

Software Engineering & Education

  1. Ngatchu, D. N., Ngwa, A. M. and Mboh S. L. (2018) Acceptance of a locally developed software: Experiences from an online voting system. International Journal of Technology Diffusion (IJTD), 9(2) in press
  2. Nyinkeu, N. D., Thaddeus, K., & Henry, N. (2016). Open-source and attitude towards code-plagiarism among technology students. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 12(2), 99-111.
  3. Nyinkeu, N. D., Katiba, C. T., & Henry, N. (2015). Project-based teaching for information technology students in Africa: A case report. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 11(2), 130-139.
  4. Ngatchu Damen Nyinkeu and Henry Ngatchu (2017) Work and Play in Software Engineering Training: Experiences from the Silicon Mountain, 30th IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training. Savannah, Georgia, November 2017
  5. Maurice Nso and Ngatchu Damen (2017) The Effect of Ethical Leadership on a University’s Success and its Transfer to Students: The case of the Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB). MANAGING AND TEACHING BUSINESS ETHICS: GLOBAL TRENDS AND CHALLENGES. Manila, Philippines, June 2017
  6. Ngatchu, H.N, Ngatchu, D. N. (2012). Information System Characteristics and Mobile Bulletin Board Usage. International Conference on ICT for Africa, Kampala-Uganda.

Mobile Computing

  1. Tiako Fani Michele Doriane and Mohamed Hamada. Book Chapter: Mobile Learning; Trends, Attitudes and Effectiveness, Chapter 5: Interactive Multimedia Mobile Learning Based on Cloud Computing, pages 55-104, Nova Science Publishers, June 2015

Cyber Security 

  1. Ngatchu, D. N., Anye, D., Kwedeu, L. and Butler, W. (2017) Cyber Education outside the Cyber Space: the case of the Catholic University Institute of Buea. 21ST COLLOQUIUM FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY EDUCATION. Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2017

Artificial Intelligence

  1. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z. (2015). “Exploiting objects as artifacts in multi-agent based social simulations”. International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), pages 1869-1870.
  2. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z. (2014). “Improving artifact selection via agent migration in multi-population cultural algorithms”. IEEE Symposium on Swarm Intelligence (SIS), pages 1-8.
  3. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z.. (2013). “Interventions via social influence for emergent suboptimal restraint use”. Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal (ADCAIJ), Vol. 1(5), pages 25-35.
  4. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z.. (2013). “Suboptimal restraint use as an emergent norm via social influence”. Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence (DCAI), pages 545-552.
  5. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z.. (2013). “Effects of social inhibition on selection of artifact capabilities”. AAAI Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference (FLAIRS), pages 100-105.
  6. Ngatchu, H.N, Ngatchu, D. N. (2013). Agent-Based Simulation of Mobile Bulletin Board. International Conference on ICT for Africa, Harare-Zimbabwe.
  7. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z.. (2012). “Learning artifact capabilities via a hybrid ontology”. AAAI Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society (FLAIRS), pages 367-370.
  8. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z. (2011). “A cultural evolutionary model for artifact capabilities”. European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL), pages 542-549.
  9. Mokom, F. and Kobti, Z. (2011). “Evolution of Artifact Capabilities”. IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pages 476-483.

Interdisciplinary & Related Fields

  1. Alain Moise, Dikande & Achankeng Leke, P. (2017), Effect of saturable nonlinearity on cw stability in passively mode-locked lasers with fast saturable absorbers.arXiv:1706.09028 [physics.optics]
  2. Ngatchu, D. N (2016) Marriage and Parenting on Facebook: An Asynchronous Online Focus Group Discussion. International Journal of Arts and Humanities: ISSN-2360-7998, Vol. 4(2): pp 125-134, July, 2016.
  3. Ngatchu, D. N (2015) Reception of Gaudium et Spes in Africa: The Challenges of Marriage and the Family. International Journal of Arts and Humanities: ISSN-2360-7998, Vol. 3(3): pp 077-081, June, 2015.
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