ITRU -2010

 

Recent Submissions

  • De Silva, TN; Withanage, DK [Conference-Abstract]
    Litter, or misplaced waste and trash, is one of the predominant causes of environmental pollution. It is a major contributor to soil and water pollution and has a devastating effect on agriculture. Litter pollutes irrigation ...
  • Abeyrathne, IAAU; Amarasinghe, HKN; Amarasignhe, WKTR; Bamunuarachchi, MDP; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Sunlight is important for the growth of plants and the photosynthesis process. It is difficult for plants to get the necessary amount of sunlight due to various factors. Sunlight may get disturbed by obstacles such as ...
  • Vishaka, HLJ; Withanage, DK [Conference-Abstract]
    Soil analyzer is a web based system that can analyze soil samples primarily based on color and deliver information on the suitability of the soil for cultivating different kinds of plants and crops. The system will be of ...
  • Abeywardane, PBPA; Alahakoon, AWASG; Arachchi, PP; Ananda, MWRS; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Lacking appropriate mechanisms to monitor and control growth parameters of plants, such as temperature, humidity and light intensity has become a major issue of modern process control applications in agriculture. Therefore, ...
  • Dissanayeke, UI; Wijekoon, R; Wickramasuriya, HVA [Conference-Abstract]
    This paper attempts to analyze the recently implemented cyber agricultural extension project of the Department of Agriculture, providing some insight on farmers’ responses to the computer based learning resources. It ...
  • Karunarathna, DGM; Gunathilake, JAIM; Sarangi, KA; Pathirathna, PSP; Diluka, WAG; Karunananda, AS; Nandasena, D [Conference-Abstract]
    Agriculture is one of the prospective areas in which information technology can effectively be applied particularly for the research and development. Within this area rice research and development plays a major role by ...
  • Dissanayaka, DMSN; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    The field of Agriculture could be considered as one of the main knowledge intensive domains. It is highly dependent on various aspects such as environmental conditions, market movements, pest controlling, crop management ...
  • Peiris, MDU; Withanage, DK [Conference-Abstract]
    Rice plantation plays a great role in Sri Lanka’s economy. Rice has been the main food of Sri Lanka for ages and it’s our national pride. Therefore, it is an opportune to explore the possibilities of exploiting Information ...
  • Hemarathna, HAKM; Kulawansa, KADT [Conference-Abstract]
    The ancient human civilizations were originated in the river valley as an agricultural society due to accessibility to water and the fertility soil. Problems in accessibility to water are exacerbated by unsustainable ...
  • SooriyaArachchi, CK; Hemachandra, G [Conference-Abstract]
    Evaluation of piano playing has long been the domain of music experts. The need for evaluative feedback on piano playing far outweighs the avenues available for such feedback, in the light of limited access to expertise. ...
  • Kumarasiri, WCM; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Agricultural sector bears an utmost significance due to the food crisis that the present world is facing. Though there is a food crisis, the agricultural resources are wasted due to the unbalanced nature of the demand and ...
  • Sandakalum, MKDNP; Fernando, BMS; Waidyathilaka, JC; Eranga, KKA; Peiris, MDU; Kulawansa, KADT [Conference-Abstract]
    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) driven Rural Development applications specially in the era of rural agricultural development, in the recent past have demonstrated the important role the Information and ...
  • Weerasekara, WDLS; Senevirathne, BLD [Conference-Abstract]
    Human beings are always capable of recognizing other human beings by their various characteristics. But computers do not have that ability with its nature. It must be programmed with an algorithm to do so. But unfortunately, ...
  • Hettige, B; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    During the fast sixty years, many machine translation systems have been developed through the several approaches including Human-assisted, Rule-based, Statistical and knowledge-based. According to the characteristics and ...
  • Silva, HLK; Seneviratna, BLD [Conference-Abstract]
    With the competitive, dynamic and fast moving ideas come up in the modern world, systems, processes and workflows which use classical human intervention in all aspects of work, would not perform the level required by the ...
  • Pannila, CJ; Senevirathna, BLD [Conference-Abstract]
    With the millions of web pages in the Internet it has become a tiresome process to find the most correct knowledge for its users. Even the normal search engines provide search results of thousands of URLs which has to be ...
  • Premarathne, GI; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Effective management of value chain dynamics in today’s IT driven global economy has become a key to success in almost every organization. The management of value chains has become a complex process due to the uncertainty ...
  • Kiribathgoda, A; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Natural Language Editing has many complexities and ambiguities involved with the process. Natural Language editing in an automated environment is a complex task and due to this complexity, current automated tools face the ...
  • Wijedasa, WDR; Senevirathne, BLD; Balasuriya, JC [Conference-Abstract]
    An effective and efficient healthcare system can be considered as one of the essential parameters for a country’s sustainable development. Non existence of a proper system to collaborate all healthcare settings and healthcare ...
  • Fernando, MSNM; Senevirathne, BLD [Conference-Abstract]
    In our day to day life, there is a basic need of identifying peoples who are living around us. After we get the information about someone, his profile will be created in our mind automatically. And this profile describes ...

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