Adeyinka AbiodunCountry of origin: Nigeria Currently in: Nigeria, Ibadan General field of specialization: Computing and Information Technology
Degrees2020 Doctorate Computing and Information Technology2012 Master Computing and Information Technology2008 Undergraduate Computing and Information Technology
Current Research Activities
Computing and Information Technology
Development of a modified likelihood ratio for handwriting recognition using forensic science. Most forensic investigations are done based on the forensic expert’s level of expertise. This has led to different methods and opinion in coming up with the denominator estimation for a likelihood ratio. Likelihood ratio (LR) though used to measure the strength of evidence in a forensic environment, a number of issues arise when trying to estimate it. An exhaustive mapping model for modified LR which differs compared to existing methods in approach to generating a denominator database is being developed
Publications resulting from Research:
1. Abiodun A.O, Adeyemo A.B (2019). An Exhaustive Mapping Model for Modified Likelihood Ratio for Handwriting Recognition in Forensic Science. Journal of Forensic Science & Criminology 7(3): 301. ISSN: 2348-9804.
2. Abiodun A.O & Adeyemo A.B (2020). On the Reproducibility and Repeatability of Likelihood Ratio in Forensics: A Case Study Using Handwriting Examination. Submitted to the Journal of Forensic Document Examination.
3. A.O Abiodun & Adeyemo A.B (2015): An improved off-line signature recognition system. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Mobile e-Service and Workshop on design thinking, vol 5, pp52-60 28th- 30th October, 2015.
4. A.B. Adeyemo & A.O. Abiodun (2015). “Adaptive SIFT/SURF for Offline Signature Recognition” Egyptian Computer Science Journal Vol 39, No 1, pp 50-56, Jan 2015 ISSN – 1110-2586
5. H.O Aworinde, F.P Fadele, A.O Abiodun, O.B Adeleke, R.O Oyeleke & J.P Oguntoye (2014): Development of an Intelligent Decision Support System for Enhanced Rural Healthcare Service Decision Making. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Mobile e-Service and Workshop on IT System Engineering held at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso 16th- 17th September, 2014.
6. O.B Adeleke, A.D Adebisi, H.O Aworinde & A.O Abiodun (2015): An Edutainment Cognitive Learning System a Panacea for Poor Assimilation Rate of Pupils. Proceedings of the 5th Humboldt-Kolleg International Conference held at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso Oyo State Nigeria 13th – 16th January, 2015.
7. Awolola O.O, Abiodun A.O, Aworinde H.O (2017): Mobile home appliances light automation for the aged. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Mobile e-Services, vol 7 17th to 19th October, 2017, ISBN: 978-2902-43-8.
8. Aworinde H.O, Abiodun A.O, Alamu F.O & Abidoye I.F (2019). A model for car plate recognition and speed tracking (CPS-STS) using machine learning algorithms. 8th international conference on mobile e-services (ICoMeS) ISBN: 978-2902-43-8 vol 8 No 1
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:ResearchGoogle Cloud Training on How Google does Machine Learning Google Cloud Training on Launching into Machine Learning
Workshop and Conference Attended2019 Accra, Ghana Women in machine learning conference 'solving the algorithm'
AffiliationsInternational Association of EngineersInternational Association of Computer Science and Information TechnologyInstitute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication
Presentation given2019A Modified Likelihood Ratio for Handwriting Recognition Using Forensic Science.Accra, GhanaEvent: Doctoral consortium at IFIPWG8.6 2019, International Federation for Information Processing IFIP WG 8.6 Diffusion and Transfer of IT
Other AwardsOct 2018Award for Selfless service to National association of computer science students Bowen chapter.Award was given in recogntion of my selfless service to the coordination of the National association of computer science students, Bowen University Chapter.