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    • A model of landslide triggering bytransient pressure waves 

      Waswa, George; Lorentz, Simon A. (Copernicus GmbH, 2014)
      Previous studies indicate that most rainfall-triggered shallow landslides are initiated by a spike in rainfall intensity, which does not usually occur at the beginning of a critical storm, within which the slide is triggered, ...
    • Model Post Disaster Reconstruction in Third World Countries, (Case of El Nino Emergency Project– Kenya) 

      Makhanu, K.S; Waswa, George; Masinde, G. W. (2007)
      Following El Nino phenomena that occurred between November 1997 and March 1998, heavy rainfall all over the country caused floods that impacted thirty-five of the seventy-six administrative districts and the provincial ...
    • A Model to Assess Technological Innovations at Institutions of Higher Learning in Kenya 

      Muchiri, Rajab Philip (TexilaJournal, 2017-12)
      Objective: The aim was to develop an innovation assessment model to analyse the impact of broadband in spurring innovations in Kenya by studying the role of broadband diffusion, the impact of broadband collaborations, ...
    • Modeling export price of tea in Kenya: Comparison of artificial neural network and seasonal autoregressive integrated moving average 

      Ikonya, Mbiriri; Mwita, Peter N.; Wanjoya, Anthony (Science Publishing Group, 2014-12-19)
      Agriculture sector is a key driver of economic growth in Kenya. It remains the main source of livelihood for the majority of the Kenyan people. Tea, coffee, and horticulture are the main agricultural exports in Kenya. ...
    • Modeling Life 

      Garfinkel, Alan; Shevtsov, Jane; Guo, Yina (Springer, 2017)
      This course was designed to supplant the traditional “Calculus for Life Sciences” course generally required for freshman and sophomore life science students. The standard course is limited to calculus in one variable and ...
    • Modeling of Power Efficiency Sensor Network 

      Kilungu, Duncan (IJSER, 2019)
      Wireless Sensor Nodes forms an ad-hoc network that is widely used in remote deployment applications and has a unique characteristic of low battery-operated devices, and hence energy saving ...
    • Modeling of ring resonators as optical Filters using MEEP 

      Matere, I. M.; Waswa, D. W.; Tonui, J; Boiyo, Kiboi (2016)
      Ring Resonators are key component in modern optical networks. Their size allows high density integration in optical photonic circuits due to the use of high index contrast. Ring Resonators based filters in wavelength ...
    • MODELING STOCK RETURNS VOLATILITY USING REGIME SWITCHING MODELS 

      Kalovwe, Sebastian Kaweto; Mwaniki, Joseph Ivivi; Simwa, Richard Onyino (Machakos University, 2019-04)
      This paper seeks to model the dynamic relationship between stock market returns, volatility and trading volume in both developed and emerging stock markets. Modeling stock returns volatility has a tremendous reflection ...
    • Modeling the Effect of Binding Kinetics in Spatial Drug Distribution in the Brain 

      Kashaju, Nelson; Kimathi, Mark; Masanja, Verdiana G. (Hindawi, 2021-07-05)
      A 3-dimensional mathematical model is developed to determine the effect of drug binding kinetics on the spatial distribution of a drug within the brain. The key components, namely, transport across the blood-brain barrier ...
    • Modeling the Spatial Impact of Climate Change on Grevy’s Zebra (Equus grevyi) niche in Kenya 

      Kigen, C; Okoth, P.; Konje, M.; Shivoga, W.; Ochieno, D.; Wanjala, S.; Agevi, H.; Onyando, Z.; Soy, B.; Kisoyan, P.; Makindi, S. (Elixir International Journal, 2013)
      Although Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi) is listed as endangered species and is an important attraction in Kenya’s tourism industry, there have been no attempts to model the implications of climate change on their niche. This ...
    • Modeling the within-host co-infection of influenza A virus and pneumococcus 

      Mbabazi, Fulgensia Kamugisha; Mugisha, JYT; Kimathi, Mark (Elsevier, 2018)
      In this paper a nonlinear mathematical model for a within-host co-infection of influenza A virus and pneumococcus is investigated. Conditions that explain the relations amid RIP and its relationship to the global asymptotic ...
    • Modeling Thin Layer Drying of Amaranth Seeds under Open Sun and Natural Convection Solar Tent Dryer 

      Ronoh, E.K.; Kanali, C.L.; Mailutha, J.T.; Shitanda, Douglas (2009)
      Thin layer drying studies of amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus) seeds were carried out under open sun and natural convection solar tent dryer. The ambient temperature and relative humidity ranged from 22.6–30.4 ...
    • Modeling Traffic Flow on Multi-Lane Road: Effects ofLane-Change Manoeuvres Due to an On-ramp 

      Ndungu, William Kuria; Kimathi, Mark E. M.; Theuri, David Mwangi (Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 2018)
      Traffic breakdown is the main cause of vehicle traffic congestion in our multi-lane roads due to highway bottlenecks such as lane-drops, on and off-ramps. In this study the three phase traffic flow theory is outlined and ...
    • Modeling USD/KES Exchange Rate Volatility using GARCH Models 

      Omari, Cyprian O.; Mwita, Peter N.; Waititu, Antony G. (IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 2017-02)
      this paper the generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedastic models are applied in modeling exchange rate volatility of the USD/KES exchange rate using daily observations over the period starting 3rd January 2003 ...
    • Modelling Climate-based changes of sugarcane growing areas in Western Kenya 

      Kigen, Charles; Makindi, Stanley Maingi; Masibayi, Edward N; Agevi, Humphrey; Odira, Zedekiah; Muyekho, Francis (2016)
      Sugar cane (Saccharum spp. hybrids) is an important cash crop for Kenya’s sugar industry contributing significantly to the country’s economy through farming and employment. Its production in Kenya is both irrigation and ...
    • Modelling Computing Systems 

      Moller, Faron; Struth, Georg (Springer, 2013)
    • Modelling Credit Risk for Personal Loans Using Product-Limit Estimator 

      Wekesa, Okumu A.; Mwalili, Samuel; Mwita, Peter (International Journal of Financial Research, 2012-01-05)
      A product- limit approach was adopted to estimate time to default for male and female loan applicants. For each group, a sample of 250 applicants was observed for a 30 months. The life of the account is measured from the ...
    • Modelling credit risk for personal loans: Cox Proportional Hazards Model Approach 

      Wekesa, Okumu A.; Mwalili, Samuel; Mwita, Peter (Pushpa Publishing House, 2012-08)
      A proportional hazards model approach was adopted to estimate risk of default for loan applicants. A sample of 500 applicants was observed for 36 months. The life of the account is measured from the month, it was opened ...
    • Modelling Inflation Rate Volatility in Kenya Using Arch -Type Model Family 

      Okeyo, Johnson; Ivivi, Mwaniki; Ngare, Philip (2016)
      This paper describe the empirical study based on financial time series modelling with special application to modelling inflation data for Kenya. Specifically the theory of time series is modelled and applied to the ...
    • Modelling Influenza Dynamics with Drug Resistance Aspect 

      Kanyiri, Caroline W.; Kimathi, Mark; Luboobi, L. S. (2017)
      Despite improvement in medical and public health standards, influenza continues to plague humankind causing high morbidity,mortality and socio-economic cost. Efforts to effectively combat the spread of influenza can be put in ...