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  • Narisara Boonruang
    The study of self-stabilization has been very at tractive to computer sc ientists over the past 25 years. Intuitively, self-stabilization is the ab ility of the system to be initialized in any state of the system, ...
  • Chonlatorn Chunhavikasit
    W ithout non-repudiation and fa irness property, the electr onic payment (e-payment) systems do not have a chance of acceptance from users. This thesis proposes an e-payment protocol regarding non-repudiati on ...
  • Jittiya Kaewprag
    The Sem antic Web becomes ever more impor tant issue for the Web today. It relies strongly on formal ontologies to structure data for comprehensiv e and exchangeable machine understanding. Furthermore, inform ation ...
  • Namthip Rujikiatkamjorn
    Abstract In th is thesis, we investigate various techni ques used by trade broke rs in barter trade exchanges in order to maximize trade volume and ensure equitable participation of members in trade. In particular, ...
  • Le Thanh Liem
    This research is on the automation of Freque ntly Ask Questions (FAQs) faced by a telephone enquiring system. This thesis considered the Vietnam Telephone Call Center known as 1080 Net Enquiry System. This thesis ...
  • Khaimook Dhananaiyapergse
    Mod ern barter business, a kind of B2B e-Ma rketplace, is a trade exchange done via Web- based technologies between two or more companies associate with a broker company. This kind of trade grows rapidly in the past ...
  • Onanong Nopkhun
    In rapidly thriving barter exchange business, human brokers as business mediators take care of all their members in various ways such as what they will purcha se, what products or services will be provided, and ...
  • Nimit Pattanasri
    In UML-based software development, user requ irements are often changed in any phase of development life cycle. This causes not on ly the program code but also the design, in particular UML diagrams, to be changed. ...
  • Kantinee Katchapakirin
    As more and more documents are made available in the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) format, concerns are being raised about XML document management problems. Existing research has investigated access cont rol and ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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