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    Design and Construction on A simple Magnifying Glass Using Recycled Bottles.
    (Kabale University, 2022) Mbonyimukiza, Andrew
    Human eyes have limitations of visibility because not all objects in focus give brighter and sharper images needed to access quality. Some objects appear smaller. In order to view smaller objects, a magnifying glass is used to make the objects bigger to the eye hence it can reduce the cost of purchasing spectacles. Therefore, the project is about design and construction of a simple magnifying glass using recycled bottles (relatively equal disc cuttings), glue, syringe, a sharp knife, a pair of scissors, left over part of cello tape or bottle top made hollow and a marker.
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    Website System: A Case Study of St Andrew's S.S Rubanda.
    (Kabale University, 2020) Twebembere, Justus; Ainebyona, Immaculate; Byomugabe, Ivan
    The purpose of the project was to develop a website system for ST Andrew's senior secondary school Rubanda. It was gyided by the following objectives; to analyze the current means of communication at ST Andrew's S.S, Rubanda, to design a website for ST Andrew's S.S Rubanda, to test and validate the new system for st Andrew's ss Rubanda. Mixed research approach was adopted. The system was designed on a notepad platform using HTML. Once the system is published, users will access it from anywhere as long as there is internet connection. The system was given a name called http://localhost/project/index.html. • Researchers recommend future research on school websites so that to improve and provide better services and at least include modules like online fees payment, online learning and e-library
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    Web-Based File Sharing System: A Case Study of Kabale University.
    (Kabale University, 2022) Akandinda, Abraham
    The aim of this research study was to design and implement a distributed web-based file sharing and access control system that would provide users with an online storage and sharing platform and at the same time, with sufficient security means. The study was guided with three specific objectives and these included; studying and analyzing the current file sharing system used at Kabale University, developing a Web-based file sharing system for Kabale University, and to test and validate the proposed Web-based file sharing system. The general strategy of this study outlined the use of the Structured System Analysis and Design Methodology (SSADM) in the system's development life cycle. This model divides the system into two phases. System development tools used included; PHP Scripting Language as the server-side language and MySQL as the Database for the system. With this system, users can access their files in the server securely and concurrently. Sharing files is also protected by access control. Security, user - friendly and cross platform capability are the main purposes of the new Web-based File Sharing System. Future File Sharing systems should be computer-based, multimedia systems capable of including free text, high-resolution images, sound, full-motion video, and elaborate coding schemes. Such systems offer access (availability, convenience, speed, reliability, and ease of use), quality, security, flexibility, connectivity, and efficiency. In addition, future web-based file sharing should provide new functions through links to other databases and decision support tools. This will re-shape service delivery and improve technology to enhance on line sharing of data.
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    Application of Linear Programming in Profit Maximization: A Case Study of Crunches Fried Chicken at Miami Tours and Travel Hotel in Kabale District.
    (Kabale University, 2021) Tayebwa, Osbert
    This project utilized the concept of simplex method algorithm; an aspect of linear programming to allocate raw materials to complete variables. The decision variables in the project work are the three different sizes of fried chicken on (tomatoes, onions and cooking oil) used in the production of fried chicken and amount of raw materials required for each variable. It was observed that big fried chicken should be produced because it contributed objectively to the profit of the hotel. V
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    Modelling and Simulation of The Spread of HBV Disease.
    (Kabale University, 2021) Niyirora, Ignatius
    The study was to modeling and simulation of the spread of HBV disease. It was guided by specific objectives that were to find out the disease free equilibrium of the spread of Hepatitis B Virus, to determine sensitivity analysis on Ro to ascertain which parameter that is most sensitive and that should be targeted by way of intervention and to examine the local stability of the model equation using the modified implicit function theorem. The first result of our simulations confirms that the disease free equilibrium is globally asymptotically stable when Ro< 1. On the other hand if R> l there is a stable endemic solution. I presented a sample of the results obtained in these simulations. a sample of the effect of considering the transition rate between latent and susceptibles. Also we give a bifurcation diagram of the infected population against the vaccination rate which shows that when Ro :S I the values of the infected population I@) tends to its disease free equilibrium values. This model shows that when the vaccination fails to force the basic reproduction number to be less than one in value the disease fires up and approaches an endemic level. This result is obtained for the case that the vaccination rate p = 0.5. Keywords: Modelling, Simulation, Spread, HBV Disease .