Dimane Mpoeleng

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This paper reports on research carried out to determine whether a localised interface is preferred by users in a multi-cultural and multi-lingual country where a non-local language is nationally used,. We attempted to discover whether local symbols are more acceptable to users as icons and also whether the current phrases used in menus and icon descriptions(More)
We propose to develop an expert system that will provide general information on HIV and AIDS to the public of Botswana. This project is motivated by the Microsoft sponsored project conducted at the Department of Computer Science named IHISM for which the authors are members. IHISM aims to contribute to the digital divide by developing an HIV and AIDS public(More)
Many fault-tolerant group communication middleware systems have been implemented assuming crash failure semantics. While this assumption is not unreasonable, it becomes hard to justify when applications are required to meet high reliability requirements and are built using commercial off the shelf (COTS) components. This paper presents a structured approach(More)
Integrated Health Information System through Mobile Telephony (IHISM) is a project carried out by Computer Science department at the University of Botswana. The main objective of the research project is to develop an integrated healthcare information service which will provide access to a variety of HIV AND AIDS related information for different users. The(More)
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