Baby Gobin-Rahimbux
University of Mauritius
SemanticsWorld Wide WebBusinessGovernmentOntology (information science)Creole languageBridge (nautical)Order (exchange)Semantic interoperabilityInteroperabilityData scienceOrder (business)Smart cityVocabularyContext (language use)Computer securityComputer scienceProcess (engineering)Sustainable developmentAnalyticsInternet of Things
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Publications 15
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#1Soulakshmee D. Nagowah (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 5
#2Hatem Ben Sta (Tunis University)H-Index: 3
Last. Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
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Cities have recognised information and communication technology (ICT) as a major enabler for transforming into “smarter” service providers. Mauritius is considering embarking on a smart island initiative, and as such, the existing towns in Mauritius have a major role to play in the transformation process. This study aims to focus on a systematic analysis of ICT architectures. This study proposes recommendations with regard to ICT infrastructures. This study elicits the contribution of those serv...
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#1Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
#2N. Gooda Sahib-Kaudeer (UoM: University of Mauritius)
Last. S. Elaheebocus (UoM: University of Mauritius)
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Mauritius, like most countries in the world, is cherishing the dream of becoming smart, and the Government of Mauritius is already providing incentives in order to embark on a smart island initiative. Existing local councils will play a major role in this transformation process. In this work, the smart readiness of local councils is assessed based on their respective departments and the services they deliver to the local population. Focus groups were carried out with representatives from local c...
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#1Soulakshmee D. Nagowah (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 5
#2Hatem Ben Sta (Tunis University)H-Index: 3
Last. Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
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Smart cities represent conceptual urban development to improve people’s lives by providing them with better and effective services. Worldwide research is currently being carried out to meet this vision. The Internet of Things (IoT) play a vital role in providing effective solutions for smart cities. An IoT-enabled smart classroom is one example of IoT application developed in the context of a smart city. The smart classroom makes use of devices and sensors to facilitate learning among learners. ...
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#1Soulakshmee D. Nagowah (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 5
#2Hatem Ben Sta (Tunis University)H-Index: 3
Last. Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
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Smart campuses are smart communities that have evolved from concepts of a smart city. With the adoption of latest and advanced technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), smart campuses aim to provide timely services and reduce operational costs and time. The IoT brings connectivity to about every objects found in the physical space ranging from connected fridges and cars to cities. The technologies and systems in a smart environment represent knowledge in different ways and languages, thus ...
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#1Soulakshmee D. Nagowah (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 5
#2Hatem Ben Sta (Tunis University)H-Index: 3
Last. Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
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A lot emphasis is currently being laid worldwide on how to solve smart city problems. Researchers are coming up with innovative and efficient solutions to tackle smart city challenges. A university campus is like a small city and it often suffers from similar problems a smart city. Finding a parking space to park one’s vehicle has been a challenging problem whether in a city or campus. Several smart parking projects have been implemented. To solve interoperability problems between such systems a...
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Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) has revolutionized human-machine interactions as it allows the use of speech as an input modality. Speech is easy, natural and it is a skill that most people possess in their respective languages. Therefore, speech technology contributes to the usability and inclusivity of applications. ASR in languages such as English is extensively developed as there are large amounts of relevant resources available such as audio or transcribed data. For languages which are u...
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#1Haidar Dargaye (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
#2Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
Last. Nuzhah Gooda Sahib-Kaudeer (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
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With the increasing number of cars on the road worldwide, many towns and cities face parking problems with drivers often spending significant time before finding somewhere to park. Mauritius is no exception and this paper presents an agent-based model for a smart mobile parking booking system for the Mauritian context. The system considers the position of the driver and the speed at which his car is travelling, and proposes the most appropriate and available parking slot to him based on the plac...
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#1Wajiha Noormamode (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
#2Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
Last. Mohammad Peerboccus (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
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This paper presents the work done for the creation of a Creole Speech Engine. Speech recognition can improve the experience of a user and can contribute to technology adoption and usage. At present, most speech-based applications are in English or other foreign languages. Having a Creole-based speech engine to support application can be very beneficial. Therefore, a Creole dictionary and grammar file has been developed. Creole recordings with Mauritian accents have also been linked to the Creole...
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#1Muzammil Aubeeluck (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
#2Umar Bucktowar (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 1
Last. Baby Gobin-Rahimbux (UoM: University of Mauritius)H-Index: 3
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This paper presents a smart health mobile application for Mauritius. One of the main functionalities of the application is a symptom checker and diagnosis tool which provides a bridge between doctors and patients. Once patients input or select their symptoms, the application proposes a list of possible diseases and relevant specialist doctors are recommended through the use of a rule-based expert system. Patients are able to directly book appointments with specialists. The mobile application use...
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