Team Member

Mpho Raborife

Deputy-Director
Institute for Intelligent Systems

Computational Linguistics

Mpho Raborife (Ass. Prof.) is an NRF-rated researcher specialising in theoretical computer science and computational phonology. Her research focuses on tone for Sesotho. She has worked in numerous projects (multidisciplinary) with project partners across three continents.

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B. Ogbuokiri and M. Raborife. "Visual Password Scheme Using Bag Context Shape Grammars".Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. 1181. Springer Nature. 2020.

J. Oyasor, M. Raborife and P. Ranchod. "Sentiment Analysis as an Indicator to Evaluate Gender disparity on Sexual Violence Tweets in South Africa". in Proceedings of the 30th Annual Symposium of the Pattern Recognition Association of South Africa and Robotics and Mechatronics International Conference (PRASA-RobMech 2020) . Cape Town, South Africa, 2020.

M. Raborife, S. Ewert and S. Zerbian, "Improving a tone labelling algorithm for Sesotho". Language Resources and Evaluation. 49:1. pp.19-50. 2015.