CS Dissertations, 2005: Recent submissions

  • Kitt Tientanopajai (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005)
    This thesis presents a path-vector protocol to support QoS-based routing. The protocol allows nodes in the network to exchange paths, and construct new paths using the distributed algorithm implemented. Explicit paths ...
  • Waralak Vongdoiwang (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005-05)
    This dissertation presents a methodology for converting a problem domain text description to an object model using ontologies. The ontology is accepted as a formal, explicit specification of a shared conceptualization. ...
  • Siriporn Supratid (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005)
    Cellular automata (CAs) are simple, suitable for capturing complex behaviors of dynamic systems in natural phenomena. Cellular automata are extended in discrete time and space, with no central control, and with limited ...
  • Tippyarat Tansupasiri (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005-02)
    The Internet has been known to be a best-effort network that offers no provision for reliable data transfer or delivery time. Some Internet applications, however, have specific requirements for their transmission and demand ...
  • Poonphon Suesaowaluk (Asian Institute of Technology, 2005)
    Agents may represent living humans, machines or entities of various kinds. There may be agents representing agents themselves. They negotiate with one another to maximize their interests based on their beliefs and aspirations. ...

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