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Akinyemi Ibidapo Olawole Professor, Department of Computer Science & Mathematics

Area(s) of Specialization/Research Interests

Computational Intelligence, Software Engineering, Soft-Computing and Mathematical Modeling


Prof. I.O. Akinyemi is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Mathematics at the Mountain Top University, Ibafo, Ogun State. He holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Science both from University of Agriculture, Abeokuta alongside PhD in Computer Science from Covenant University, Ota. Prof. Akinyemi is a member of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), Computer Professionals Council of Nigeria (CPN) and International Association of Engineers (IAENG). Prof. Akinyemi has published 36 journal articles and presented in numerous conferences.

Academic Credentials

PhD (computer Science) - 2012 MSc (Computer Science) - 2004 BSc (Computer Science) - 1997

Professional Association

Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) Computer Professionals Council of Nigeria (CPN) International Association of Engineers (IAENG)


1 S. Agholor and I. O. Akinyemi (2018). A Peer Pressure Method for Helping End-Users Generate Strong Passwords. International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics (IJCSDF) 7(4): 480 - 487.
2 Akinyemi, Ibidapo O., Longe, O. Harrison Dele, and Olugbara, O. Oludayo (2016). On the Performance Evaluation of Refinement-Based Heuristics Strategy to Evolve Ayo Game Player. Asian Journal of Information Technology.15(19): 3624 – 3630.
3 Afolabi Ibukun T. , Olufunke Oladipupo, Rowland E. Worlu and Akinyemi, I. O (2016). A Systematic Review of Customer Behaviour Prediction Studies. Covenant Journal of Business & Social Sciences (CJBSS). Vol. 7 No. 1 (2016).
4 Ibidapo O. Akinyemi, Oludayo O. Olugbara and Harrison, O. D. Longe (2016). Further Results on the Combinatorial Number Theoretic Aspect of Ayo Game. European Journal of Scientific Research. Vol. 139 No. 1, pp 5 – 20.
5 Afolabi Ibukun.T., Akinyemi Ibidapo O. and Oluwaranti Jonathan (2016). An Experimental Comparison of Predicting Customer Behaviour in Internet & Mobile Marketing. Asian Journal of Information Technology. 15(1): 31 – 37.
6 Olawande Daramola, Ibidun Ajala and Ibidapo Akinyemi (2016). An Experimental Comparison of three Machine Learning Techniques for Web Cost Estimation. International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications. Vol. 10, No. 2 (2016), pp. 191-206.
7 Galadima, T.O., Akinyemi I.O. and Asani E.O. (2014). The Impact of Knowledge-Based Trust (KBT) on the Adoption and Acceptability of Cashless Economy in Nigeria. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology.(IJCSIT) Vol 6, No 2, pp 171 – 180.
8 Oyelami, O. M. and Akinyemi, I. O. 2014). The Acceptability and Comparative Study of DTMF and Speech for Banking Transactions in Nigeria. British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science 4(9), pp. 1290 – 1300.
9 I. O.Akinyemi, E. O.Asani, and A. A. Adigun (2013). An Investigation of Users’ Acceptance and Satisfaction of E-Banking System as a Panacea towards a Cashless Economy in Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Technology, vol.4 No. 12. Pp.954 – 963.
10 I.O. Akinyemi, O.O. Olugbara and H.O.D. Longe (2013). An Endgame Procedure for Generating Integer Sequence. Afr J. of Comp & ICT. Vol 6, No. 4. Pp 147-154.
11 Akinyemi,I. O., Longe H. O. D. Olugbara, O. O. and Oyelami, O. M. (2013). An Empirical Judgment of Computer Simulated Ayo Game for Decision Making. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, volume 4, issue8, pp. 984 – 987.
12 Akinyemi, I. O. and Oyelami, O. M. (2013). Developing a Web-Based Location Navigation System in the Context of Covenant University. International Journal of Computer Applications and Information Technology, vol.3 issue II, pp 10 – 13.
13 Oyelami Olufemi Mose, Uwadia Charles Onuwa, Akinwale Adio Taofeek & Akinyemi Ibidapo Olawole (2013). An Experimental Comparison of Speech and DTMF for VoiceXML-Based Expert Systems. Afr J. of Comp & ICTs. Vol 6, No. 1.pp 87-94
14 Oyelami M. Olufemi and Akinyemi, I. Olawole (2011). Improving the Performance of Quicksort for Average Case Through a Modified Diminishing Increment Sorting. Journal of Computing, Vol 3 Issue 4.pp 193 – 197.
15 Ibidapo, O. Akinyemi, Zaccheous O. Omogbadegun, and Olufemi M. Oyelami. (2010). Towards Designing a Biometric Measure for Enhancing ATM Security in Nigeria E-Banking System. Journal of Electrical & Computer Sciences IJECS-IJENS Vol: 10 No: 06, pp 68 – 73.
16 Ibidapo O. Akinyemi, Ezekiel F. Adebiyi and Harrison, O. D. Longe (2009). Critical Analysis of Decision Making Experience with a Machine Learning Approach in Playing Ayo Game. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 56: pp 49 – 54.
17 Segun A. Fatumo, Ibidapo O. Akinyemi and Ezekiel .F. Adebiyi (2009) Aligning Multiple Sequences with Genetic Algorithm. International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering, Vol. 1, No.2,June2009, pp 1793-8201
18 Akinyemi, I. O.,Olugbara, O.O., Longe, H.O.D. and Adebiyi, E.F. (2008) On Nearest Neighbour Strategy for Evolving Ayo Game Player. Journal of Computer Science and its Application (An International Journal of the Nigeria Computer Society) vol. 15. No. 1. pp 48 – 58.
19 Akinyemi, I. O. (2007) Comparative Analysis of using Logistics Regression and Neural Network for Credit Risk Assessment. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences. Vol. 3. No. 4. pp. 441 – 447.
20 Ayo, C. K. Akinyemi, I. O.,Adebiyi, A. A. and Ekong, U. (2007) The Prospects of E-examination Implementation in Nigeria. The Turkish online Journal of Distance Education. Vol. 8. No. 1. pp 125 – 134.
21 Akinyemi, I.O. and Agholor, S. (2006) A Classification Techniques for Credit Risk Assessment Problems Using Genetic Algorithm. Journal of Computer Science and its Application (An International Journal of the Nigeria Computer Society) vol. 12. No. 1. pp 37 – 46.