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  • Supattra Jindadamrongwech (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    Since many tasks that software agents have to perform on behalf of their users always require more than one single agent to be accomplished properly, the concept of Agent Communication Language (ACL) has been used for the ...
  • Tangthamniyom, Sariya (AIT, 2016-05)
    XSLT is a style sheet language for transforming XML documents. The structure of XML and XSLT is dealing with a tree, while the key structure of semantic analyzer phases in compiler technology also is a tree. The aim of ...
  • Santi Sasithranon (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    What happens if a hundred different companies create their own schemas to describe an invoice? The schemas may contain the same elements, but each schema will use different element names. For example, all invoices will ...
  • Silvennoinen, J.P. (Asian Institute of Technology, 2002)
    We are living in the edge of new dawn for mobile internet services. The so called 3G Mobile technologies are starting to emerge into the market. Newly introduced technologies in hardware, protocols and operating systems ...
  • Shakya, Manish (AIT, 2017-07)
    The combination of two languages to make a new language by merging the features of two will always be beneficiary. Java programming language is a popular languages with many feature of modularity, abstraction among other ...
  • Piyanan Nuankhieo (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    This research is an attempt to propose the criteria for determining the appropriate connectivity of ERP systems. The result of this research provides a framework assisting ERP adopters in selecting integration approach ...
  • Worawit Rattanataneswilai (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    As the result of computer paradigm shifted from local usage to network application, Information system becomes more interesting to have an investment by many companies. Usually, in the integration process there are several ...
  • Maruesha Phathaipruk (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    Although EDI has been used in large enterprises in order to eliminate costly and slow manual tasks, it has many limitations especially in a cost and complexity. Many frameworks using the Internet and XML technologies have ...
  • Kanika Rianarchriya (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    The Internet Recruiting Services framework is proposed for the Internet Recruiting sites. It contributes a more intelligent system by employing a knowledge system in retrieving implicit information. Due to no standards in ...
  • Wapee Panompornpanich (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    Since most of works in any organizations nowadays are collaborative, which means that team members work in different places, using Web Environments for communicating will be more flexible and comfortable. A methodology for ...
  • Teerapong Auksaraporn (Asian Institute of Technology, 2000)
    This study emphasizes on Task Ontology, which is a system of vocabulary for describing inherent problem-solving structure. The purpose of this study is to create schema of Task Ontology and XML (Extensible Markup Language). ...
  • Piyapan Sangapanchai (Asian Institute of Technology, 2001)
    Today, different companies have created their own schemas to exchange business documents such as invoice or shipment notice. Therefore, those companies will have different styles of invoice and shipment notice documents. ...

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