Haji Ali

Haji Ali
State University of Zanzibar · Computer Science and Information Technology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Skills and Expertise
Additional affiliations
July 2007 - March 2020
State University of Papua
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • I am lecturing undergraduate and postgraduate students. I also do research and consultancy.
Education
January 2013 - December 2016
University of Cape Town
Field of study
  • Computer Science

Publications

Publications (14)
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Vision relieves humans to understand the environmental deviations over a period. These deviations are seen by capturing the images. The digital image plays a dynamic role in everyday life. One of the processes of optimizing the details of an image whilst removing the random noise is image denoising. It is a well-explored research topic in the field...
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Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND) - is one of the diseases threatening maize production in a large area of East Africa. The disease is initiated by Maize Chlorotic Mottle Virus (MCMV) in blend with viruses of genus Potyvirus, commonly Sugarcane Mosaic Virus (SCMV). The simultaneous infection is the results in intensive to complete yield loss. In...
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Learning Management Systems (LMS) have become a common feature in contemporary higher education institutions globally. In recent years, LMS have been adopted in some higher education institutions in sub-Saharan Africa including Tanzania, however, there are limited research in this area, which could hinder future developments. Therefore, this study...
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Low adherence rates to tuberculosis (TB) treatment are one of the major barriers to improving TB cure rates. Developing regions such as sub-Saharan Africa are adversely affected for a number of reasons, such as low patient follow-up, limited medical, and treatment resources. The use of mobile graphic-based reminders potentially offers a cost-effect...
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This paper presents the design, development and evaluation of an application prototype developed to support tuberculosis (TB) patients' treatment adherence. The system makes use of graphics and voice reminders as opposed to text messaging to encourage patients to follow their medication routine. To evaluate the effect of the prototype applications,...
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A mobile graphic reminder is part of an application that reminds a patient about the need to follow the routine of taking medicine, and helps to monitor this process. The program is especially helpful for patients with limited literacy, language barriers or deaf. The purpose of this paper is to present and discuss (1) the benefit potential of visua...
Conference Paper
Visual communication is a method of communication using visual elements, which is suggested to be more effective than text or voice, and has the additional advantage that it, can also be used by who are unable to read. In this paper, the findings of a user requirements study, which was conducted at MnaziMmoja Hospital in Zanzibar, are presented. In...
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Visual communication is a method of communication using visual elements, which is suggested to be more effective than text or voice, and has the additional advantage that it, can also be used by who are unable to read. In this paper, the findings of a user requirements study, which was conducted at MnaziMmoja Hospital in Zanzibar, are presented. In...
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The purpose of this paper is to discuss the opportunities and challenges of mobile learning among Higher Learning Students (HLS) in developing countries of Zanzibar context. In the current era of advanced technology, mobile learning represents exciting new frontiers in education. It becomes feasible and offers new benefits to students. The study bu...

Questions

Question (1)
Question
I want to know how can I formulate a good research question in computer science. Is there specific way to ask or which key work should I start with, such as how, can, what, which, why, are, etc.

Projects

Project (1)
Project
This project aims at finding what, why and how young people use their mobile phones. Now days the number of Zanzibar youth who belong mobilw phones especially smart phones are dramarically increase. We want to understand the main perposes of having these mobile phones.