Moemedi Lefoane

Moemedi Lefoane
University of Botswana | UB · Department of Computer Science

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The purpose of this research was to automatically extract catch-phrases given a set of Legal documents. For this task, our focus was mainly on the Machine learning approaches: a comparative approach was used between the unsupervised and supervised approaches. The idea was to compare the different approaches to see which one of the two was comparati...
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People increasingly rely on digital technologies to store and access information they need. Among those are the precedence court case judgments which form part on the law in nations that adopt common law system. As such legal practitioners have a challenge of retrieving previous cases that can help support their arguments from the repositories of p...
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One of the challenges encountered in programming courses offered at first year level is high failure rate, which is a serious concern to lecturers and university management. To address the issue of high failure rate, it is important to have a clear understanding of the factors that may affect performance. This study investigates the effect of gende...
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When developing an automated FAQ retrieval system, the information supplier constructs question candidates in advance using their own knowledge. Then they answer these question candidates to create question-answer pairs to use in the FAQ retrieval system. However, these question-answer pairs will not always satisfy the users’ information needs. Whe...
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The proposed mobile health innovation termed Patient-Centered System For Collaborative Management Of TB And HIV Treatment In Botswana. (Communicable Diseases Management) aims at using mobile technology and web based services to help address objectives of collaborative TB and HIV activities as specified in both the WHO and Botswana TB/HIV Policies (...

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