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  • Rajapaksha, Praboda (AIT, 2016-05)
    Content delivery networks (CDNs) handle dissemination of large content objects over the Internet. CDNs can improve content reachability for content that cannot be cached at proxy servers. Examples include streaming ...
  • Medhi, Dipankaj Gobinda
    Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a self conf iguring network that autonom ously establishes connectivity via multihop wire less communication. MANET environment experience high packet loss rates because of node ...
  • Phattanapon, Rhienmora (2012-08)
    Dental students devote several years to the acquisition of sufficient psychomotor skills to prepare them for entry-level dental practice. They usually rely on traditional training methods, for instance, practicing on ...
  • Thu Yein Win (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
    Unmanned Ground Vehicles, or Intelligent Vehicles as they are known, are vehicles that can drive without the need for human interaction. A lot of research work has been done in this branch of robotics in recent years, the ...
  • Dai, Hanbo
    Modern barter differs from traditional barter primarily in that it uses a form of private label currency for transactions. An inte rmediary called the trade exchange then manages all trade in order to maximize trade ...
  • Huang, Qiuwei
    Feature selection refers to the task of identifying and selecting a useful subset of features to be used to represent objects from a large set of often mutually redundant, possible irrelevant features with different ...
  • Shakya, Sanindra (AIT, 2016-06)
    The development in technology has made easier to access and use Internet, which has increased the use of the web in mathematics tutoring and education. This growth has helped the students to gain the mathematical knowledge ...
  • Orawan Meeporncharoenkit
    The Web services paradigm enables automated we b application interopera tions. The first step toward this interoperation is the location of other services. Although there are many service brokers performing location ...
  • Lv, XiuFeng
    Developing a good and high quality modeling la nguage for Web Service systems is as essential as having a blueprin t for a large building. However, current existing modeling languages are limited in their expressive ...
  • Winai Wongthai
    Web Services enable machine-to-machine inter operation in a distributed computation system. Deployment of their full potential by Enterprise Application Integratio n (EAI) is the main aim. The present methodology ...
  • Dhakal (Poudel), Pabita
    Web services technology is the latest techno logy in the application developm ent. They provide new business opportunities due to many a dvantages such as inte roperability, just–in time integration and wide industry ...
  • Kyi Cin Shwe (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009)
    Today, more and more people and business are using the Internet as a channel for commerce. The electronic commerce sector is increasing because more products and services come online and broadband and wireless internet ...
  • Janeson Chakajnarodom
    As the number of services is always in creasing, dynamic service composition systems can take advantage of the availability of a wide variety of services. A current trend is to model the structure and express the logic ...
  • Nguyen Dieu Huong
    This thesis’s work describe a courseware that can help students understand some basic concepts and principles of object-ori ented programming related to classes and instances. A series of Java applets and Macromedia ...
  • Dang Hai Dang
    Recently, E-learn i ng becom e s m o re and m o re important for pedagogical community. It is easy to track that the history of E-learning is no sooner than the day when Intern et wa s born. Simply ...
  • Andjarwirawan, Justinus
    There is a problem that the Internet is beco ming more crowded with data traffics. Many collaboration tools need to find a way to ma ke use of the communicat ion link as efficient as possible, like whiteboard ...
  • Chindaporn Snunkreang
    With a tremendous growth of interest to access the Internet via mobile devices, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), has been introduced as a bridge to connect between mobile Network and the Internet world. With the current ...
  • Vo Duy Khoi (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    Online business has becomes ever more important for today’s business. It relies on business knowledge and formal ontology to structure tasks for comprehensive and exchangeable machine understanding. Further more, online ...
  • Doan Dai Duong
    XML databases schema integration has lately re ceived increasing attenti on. It helps to obtain unified representation of all participating da tabases of an organiza tion, facilitating their information access and ...
  • Anutariya, Chutiporn (AIT, 2000-12)
    XML is a description format for encoding and exchange of structured data and documents on the Web, which lacks a computation mechanism as well as expressiveness by not allowing specification of domain knowledge, axioms, ...

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