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  • Parinya, Boonthima (2012-08)
    Due to some troubles occur in the presentation season especially in the end of semester. This research study is to develop a system use to generate presentation schedule system for students. This application developed by ...
  • Bukhari, Faisal (2012-12)
    Many computer vision algorithms rely on the assumptions of the pinhole camera model, but lens distortion with o -the-shelf cameras is usually signi cant enough to violate this assumption. Many methods for radial distortion ...
  • Tin Tin Aye (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-05)
    Within a span over a decade, citation analysis has become one of the most popular approaches among scholarly communications. Citation analysis which includes the amount of times that a paper or an author is cited, considers ...
  • Kumar, Prashant (2012-05)
    Managing multi-tier applications running on a cloud is more di cult than managing a single tier application, as the requests in a single tier application get processed by only one tier. In the multi-tier case, a request ...
  • Teeradaj, Racharak (2012-07)
    Planning is one of the critical components in human being’s decision making processes. It is a reasoning paradigm where people have to choose and organize actions to satisfy their expected outcomes. In the field of Artificial ...
  • Chaklam Silpasuwanchai (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-05)
    Refactoring is a simple method to continuously maintaining a code by reorganizing the code in such a way that it becomes easier to read and understand. The underlying concept aims to make changes in the internal structure ...
  • Benjawan Tanarattanakorn (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-12)
    Code smell can negatively affect software quality. It can be the indication of the bad design or coding, however the relation between code smell and software quality is not characterized. Therefore, developers may not be ...
  • Rathachai, Chawuthai (2012-05)
    To ensure long-term accessibility of digital information, particularly the born digital information, many organizations have started to develop operating systems for digital archives. However, conventional users might not ...
  • Napassaporn Likhitsajjakul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-05)
    Exploratory Data Analysis explored data set by using visualization and data manipulation in order to reveal the underlying patterns and relationship among data. Today’s interfaces do not typically support the capture or ...
  • Fernandez, Nicolas (2012-05)
    Tactile experience, initially confined to major equipment difficult to produce is now available on many touching devices such as phones or touch-pads, making the tactile environment one of the most widely and frequently ...
  • Mutita, Donsomsakunkij (2012-07)
    Voice and Video over IP, SIP/RTP, Assistive technology for Blind and Visually impaired, Open source video telephony service
  • Corsini, Pierre (2012-05)
    A previous publication presents an algorithm to segment a 3D surface mesh into visually meaningful regions, so called “Mesh Segmentation”. By using a local analysis of the surface geometry, the algorithm is able to determine ...
  • Iqbal, Waheed (2012-12)
    Cloud computing allows Web application owners to host their applications with low operational cost and enables them to scale applications to maintain performance based on traffic load and application resource requirements. ...
  • Chayakorn Pornnutvuttikul (2012-05)
    Nowadays, computer graphics are more widely use in many purposes, such as, medical, architectural, simulation and etc. Most of tutorial for computer graphics cannot interact with the user. And most of tutorials are on the ...
  • Sra, Sontisirikit (2012-08)
    Cooperative ITS is enabling cars to communicate with the infrastructure and each other, to provide improvements in traffic safety, traffic control, and traffic management. Researchers from fields of information technology, ...
  • Ravi, Mondi (2012-05)
    Process (re)design or process evolution forms an important part in Business Process Management (BPM). Almost all management information systems today provide some kind of support for logging the events within the business ...
  • Thanakorn, Piroonsith (2012-08)
    There are so many sources of guidance of court proceedings provided via varieties of media, for examples, internet, books, and videos. They are all useful but impracticable because we would in practice rather applicable ...

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