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Optimized WebGIS application and research based on three-tier under .Net Environment and distributed Browser/Server architecture

2013 6th International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 2013

A kind of solution for WebGIS based on distributed Browser/Server architecture has been proposed, which was implemented by using IIS to manage MapObjects application. Internet Information Services managed server side and was embedded with MapObjects2.3 to provide GIS functions. Users can enjoy WebGIS services by using general browser. Now WebGIS solution is optimized based on popular three-tier, which consists of ...


Evaluation of typical transaction based information systems response time - lessons learned

2014 22nd Telecommunications Forum Telfor (TELFOR), 2014

Discovering true needs for computer system performance has always been tricky and time consuming. Data size, number of simultaneous queries and their mutual isolation play key roles in defining need for computer resources. Response time of an average application is crucial from the customer's view. This paper explains the lessons learned from benchmarking of the response time.


IIUM Bus on Campus Monitoring System

2016 International Conference on Computer and Communication Engineering (ICCCE), 2016

Malaysia has invested on public transport over the years to improve quality of leaving. Transportation has been identified as the key area in Malaysia's government transformation programme. In Malaysia, many people still choose to use their own transport compared to public transport to travel. For efficient public transport service such as bus, real-time tracking/monitoring must be available apart from their ...


Semantic Innovation Management System for the extended enterprise

2005 IEEE International Technology Management Conference (ICE), 2005

Innovation Management is crucial for enterprises to survive and succeed in a competitive environment. Due to the distributed and heterogeneous characteristics of innovation information, it is difficult to implement a satisfying and cost effective innovation management system for the extended enterprise. However, the development of semantic web technologies brings a new way to solve this problem. In this paper, a ...


The Overtime Waiting Model for Web Server Performance Evaluation

2014 International Conference on Cyber-Enabled Distributed Computing and Knowledge Discovery, 2014

Though the queuing model with impatient customer has been studied in the past decades, little is definitively known about the overtime waiting characteristics. In this paper, we present an overtime-waiting model for Web servers. This model is taken as a special case of the impatient customer, which quit when the waiting time is longer than a tolerable value. The pdf ...


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  • Optimized WebGIS application and research based on three-tier under .Net Environment and distributed Browser/Server architecture

    A kind of solution for WebGIS based on distributed Browser/Server architecture has been proposed, which was implemented by using IIS to manage MapObjects application. Internet Information Services managed server side and was embedded with MapObjects2.3 to provide GIS functions. Users can enjoy WebGIS services by using general browser. Now WebGIS solution is optimized based on popular three-tier, which consists of presentation layer, business logic layer and data access layer, besides, spatial database engine (ArcSDE) middleware technology is used to manage a variety of spatial data and attribute data which are stored in the relational database SQL Server 2005. The solution is easier to maintain because of low coupling between layers and high cohesion within layers. As a validation for feasibility and high efficiency, a web version of campus digital map was implemented by using the solution as the frame.

  • Evaluation of typical transaction based information systems response time - lessons learned

    Discovering true needs for computer system performance has always been tricky and time consuming. Data size, number of simultaneous queries and their mutual isolation play key roles in defining need for computer resources. Response time of an average application is crucial from the customer's view. This paper explains the lessons learned from benchmarking of the response time.

  • IIUM Bus on Campus Monitoring System

    Malaysia has invested on public transport over the years to improve quality of leaving. Transportation has been identified as the key area in Malaysia's government transformation programme. In Malaysia, many people still choose to use their own transport compared to public transport to travel. For efficient public transport service such as bus, real-time tracking/monitoring must be available apart from their fixed schedule. The objective of this project is to develop a low cost real-time IIUM bus on campus monitoring system. IIUM shuttle bus monitoring has been chosen as a pilot study which reflects the bigger picture of Malaysia's bus system. In IIUM, students need to wait for the bus without any clue and this is such a waste of time. Thus, IIUM bus tracking system is proposed in this project where waiting time can be improved. Users can track the exact location of the bus therefore they can have better plan for their journey. Global positioning system technology has been used to send and receive the coordinate data to the server. A web server application has been developed to integrate the Global positioning system data to be presented on the map. At the end of the project, a website of real-time IIUM bus on campus monitoring system has been developed where users can monitor the exact location of the IIUM bus conveniently.

  • Semantic Innovation Management System for the extended enterprise

    Innovation Management is crucial for enterprises to survive and succeed in a competitive environment. Due to the distributed and heterogeneous characteristics of innovation information, it is difficult to implement a satisfying and cost effective innovation management system for the extended enterprise. However, the development of semantic web technologies brings a new way to solve this problem. In this paper, a framework for a Semantic Innovation Management System (SIMS) based on metadata harvesting technologies and RDF access technologies is presented. A practical case study developed using RDF Gateway is also presented. Our work demonstrates the feasibility and potential to adopt semantic web technologies to improve innovation management across extended enterprises.

  • The Overtime Waiting Model for Web Server Performance Evaluation

    Though the queuing model with impatient customer has been studied in the past decades, little is definitively known about the overtime waiting characteristics. In this paper, we present an overtime-waiting model for Web servers. This model is taken as a special case of the impatient customer, which quit when the waiting time is longer than a tolerable value. The pdf of the client response time is deduced for analysis of the model. By imposing the timeout threshold on the Web server, the system performance is derived. Finally, numerical results corroborate this analytic model.

  • Augmented reality control home (ARCH) for disabled and elderlies

    Partially disabled people and elderlies need care givers in their daily routine, including performing simple activities such as reaching out for switches and electrical appliances. The ageing population in Singapore has increased tremendously which will lead to more demand for care givers and domestic helpers. But they incur much cost. With the popularity of mobile devices and the emergence of smart home devices today, it is possible to control and communicate with home appliances remotely. In this paper, we will describe how we implemented augmented reality, voice control & web server to control these home electrical appliances for elderlies and disabled.

  • Remote monitoring and control of industrial parameters using embedded web server

    A remote monitoring, control and intelligent are one of the most important criteria for maximizing process plant availability production. With the development of modern industry the requirement for industrial monitoring system is getting higher. A system is required to be able to acquire and process real time data. It is also required to control related instruments to change those environmental factors and monitoring in long distance so that it realizes modern, intelligent and accurate control. The main aim of the project is to develop an embedded web system using ARM11 processor and real time operating system, which enables data acquisition and status monitoring with the help of any standard web browser. The web pages which are required for the web server were developed using HTML. This embedded web server is tested for its working, using a data acquisition web application using a standard web browser. User can monitor on-line video streaming.

  • Management of PHEV charging from the smart grid using sensor web services

    Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) have less fossil- fuel dependency, lower carbon emissions and lower operating costs than the conventional vehicles. On the other hand, wide adoption of PHEVs is expected to increase the load on the power grid. Sensor web services have recently emerged as promising tools that can provide remote management, data collection and querying capabilities for the sensor networks in the smart grid. In this paper, we use sensor web services for management PHEV charging in order to increase the administration ability of the utility over load and increase the control of the consumer on her energy expenses. In our application, the driver can remotely access the State of Charge (SOC) of her vehicle, provide a destination address and query cost and emissions for alternative fuel options. Moreover, the application communicates with the utility web services, learns the advertised critical peak periods and avoids charging the vehicle during those periods to protect the grid. We show that our scheme reduces driver expenses and vehicle emissions while providing an acceptable SOC level. In addition, we show that the application is efficient in terms of completion time and the code sizes are suitable for a sensor node.

  • Lightweight monitoring system for IOT devices

    The Internet of Things (IoT) brings millions of devices, in the form of sensor, actuator, or embedded electronic devices interconnected through the Internet. Monitoring abundant of IoT devices is a big challenge, especially in a constrained condition of sensor nodes (e.g. limited CPU, memory, and battery). Therefore, a good monitoring system with an efficient monitoring protocol is often needed to compensate the limited resources of sensor nodes. SNMP is a protocol that widely used for a monitoring system. However, SNMP was developed without taking into account of devices with limited resources. This paper presents a proposed prototype of a light weight monitoring system based on agent-manager model. The testing result shows that the developed prototype system generates smaller packet sizes than the SNMP-based monitoring system on the same function and shows a low CPU and memory usage in monitoring thousands of devices.

  • Smart Saver: A Consumer-Oriented Web Service for Energy Disaggregation

    Energy disaggregation, which aims to break down the total energy consumption of household into that of individual appliances, plays an important role in energy conservation and has caught more and more attention. Realizing that current energy disaggregation approaches are hard to perform for the ordinary consumers and free and open applications/services are not generally available, we provide a consumer-oriented web service, Smart Saver, which is not only open and free to the consumers but also user-friendly and easy-to-use for energy disaggregation. Based on a simple power model, a sparse switching event recovery model is established as the core of Smart Saver. By feeding the basic power information of appliances into Smart Saver, the users will be provided with 1) online energy disaggregation and appliance monitoring if they have smart meters communicating with our service, or 2) offline energy disaggregation if they upload their aggregated power data.



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