e-Infrastructure and e-Services for Developing Countries

Third International ICST Conference, AFRICOMM 2011, Zanzibar, Tanzania, November 23-24, 2011, Revised Selected Papers

ISBN: 978-3-642-29092-3 (Print) 978-3-642-29093-0 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Track I: Communication Infrastructures for Developing Countries

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      Scenario to Serve Remote Areas in Emerging Countries with the Village Internet Service Station

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      Enhancing Service Provisioning within Heterogeneous Wireless Networks for Emergency Situations

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      Providing Some Quality of Service for Secondary Users in Cognitive Radios Using Time Slotted Systems

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      Fair Usage and Capping for Providing Internet for All in Developing Countries

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      OpenFlow as an Architecture for e-Node B Virtualization

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      The White Space Opportunity in Southern Africa: Measurements with Meraka Cognitive Radio Platform

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      Strategies for Energy-Efficient Mobile Web Access: An East African Case Study

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      Scalable Scheduling with Burst Mapping in IEEE 802.16e (Mobile) WiMAX Networks

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      A Pilot of a QoS-Aware Wireless Back-Haul Network for Rural Areas

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      SolarMesh - Energy-Efficient, Autonomous Wireless Networks for Developing Countries

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      Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and Cyber Security in Africa – Has the CIIP and Cyber Security Rubicon Been Crossed?

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      Geographic Information System as a Tool for Integration of District Health Information System and Drug Logistics Management Information System in Malawi

  3. Track II: Electronic Services, ICT Policy, and Regulatory Issues for Developing Countries

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      A Socio-technical Perspective on the Use of Mobile Phones for Remote Data Collection in Home Community Based Care in Developing Countries

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      Open Source Software Solution for Healthcare: The Case of Health Information System in Zanzibar

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      A Software Business Incubation Model Using ICTs for Sustainable Economic Development in Uganda

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      Crowdsourcing ICTD Best Practices

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      Information and Communication Technologies and Firms Productivity in Cameroon

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      Pages 187-196

      e-Health for Rural Areas in Developing Countries: Lessons from the Sebokeng Experience

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      Pages 197-207

      On Development of a Collaborative ICT Infrastructure for Online HIV/AIDS Advisory Service Provision

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      Socio-technical Arrangements for mHealth: Extending the Mobile Device Use and Adoption Framework

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