Information Technology Research Unit (ITRU)

 

Information Technology Research Unit (ITRU) of the Faculty of Information Technology, University of Moratuwa, envisages to expand the horizon of ICT to contribute the knowledge discovery and inventions for the tomorrow's world.

Access to full-text papers of this collection is allowed only within the University premises (IP based access).



Recent Submissions

  • Hettiarachchi, YK; Withanage, DK [Conference-Full-text]
    In the field of medicine, currently a variety of methods are used to identify the pathologies in the human speech production system. The most common drawbacks of those methods are the discomfort for the patient caused ...
  • Rajpirathap, S; Sheeyam, S; Umasuthan, K; Chelvarajah, A [Conference-Full-text]
    Statistical machine translation method is one of the most promising and efficient method to perform machine translation for Sri Lankan languages likes Sinhala and Tamil. Statistical approach is more suitable for ...
  • Gunasekara, UDND; Dilhani, PAC; Thiripuvaneswaran, T; Ranathunga, L [Conference-Full-text]
    Communication is an essential part of all the people in their day today life. We can see various modes of communication with one another in our society. Ordinary people can communicate with each other using any language ...
  • Lakshantha, E [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper presents our initial experimental work on monitoring human performance with a novel Augmented Reality framework. The aim of this novel framework is to use it for controlling robots in everyday environments such ...
  • Perera, KMS; Weerasinghe, H [Conference-Full-text]
    Public key cryptography is an important aspect in Information Security. Since RSA is the most widely used and accepted public key algorithm so far, many proven applications based on the RSA algorithm are widely used ...
  • Ekanayake, DC; Gunasekara, RGAD; Weerasinghe, KHWMMM; Deemanthi, SHS; Sandanayake, T; Fernando, S [Conference-Full-text]
    Performance appraisal is a process used by companies, in order to evaluate the employees efficiency and productivity. This process can be carried out in different ways, by employees supervisors or by different ...
  • Yatanwala, YWTM; Senadeera, KMSK; Ruhunuwickrama, OPI; Wijepala, NGNP; Ranathunga, L [Conference-Full-text]
    CCTV Surveillance Systems have been used in many places to address security issues. Those systems will store a large amount of activities in every moment and most of the times data is stored in separate places without ...
  • Rupasinghe, RADK; Ailapperuma, DCR; De Silva, PMBNE; Siriwardana, AKG; Sudantha, BH [Conference-Full-text]
    A portable system for deaf and hearing impaired people has been developed based on the IEEE 1451 sensor standards and other related technologies to minimize their communication difficulties with the ordinary society. The ...
  • Liyanaarachchi, VA; Jayasuriya, DB; Adikari, AS; Rodgrio, ST; Karunaratne, I [Conference-Full-text]
    Handwriting, being the main medium of written communication is now being overpowered by the digital technologies. There is a significant interest in addressing this issue and in facilitating handwriting recognition via ...
  • Sandakalum, MKDNP; Dilini, KA; Kulawansa, T [Conference-Full-text]
    One of the major concerns in mobile applications is the processing power and memory. In the meantime when an application uses a lot of processing and memory it tends to reduce the battery life of the device. This is ...
  • Ranasinghe, CD; Igalawithana, TC; Udayanga, SMR; Hettiarachchi, SY; Chaminda, HT [Conference-Full-text]
    In modern medical science, there is a growing trend of applying Information Technology into manual routines. Automated skin wound analysis is a novel approach in treatment of skin wounds. The system is intended to ...
  • Jayasanka, RASC; Madhushani, MDT; Marcus, ER; Aberathne, IAAU; Premaratne, SC [Conference-Full-text]
    Sentiment analysis, the automated extraction of expressions of positive or negative attitudes from text has received considerable attention from researchers during the past decade. In addition, the popularity of internet ...
  • Chethana, BAS; Rukmal, KWJ; Rathnayake, HC; Randeni, RPKJ; Sandanayake, TC [Conference-Full-text]
    Emotions play an essential role in decision making, managing, perceiving, learning and influencing the thinking process of humans. Emotions are also important in teaching and learning and often find expression in ...
  • Samarasingha, SLLK; Sandaruwan, AMDM; Sandaruwan, AMDM; Senanayake, MDRN; Withanage, DK; Sudantha, BH [Conference-Full-text]
    Blindness is the form of absence of visual sensation due to physiological or neurological factors. With this lack of vision blind people have to face unexpected situations while travel or attend their day to day work. ...
  • Silva, WMAU; Kanakarathna, KMDTK; Priyankara, WAAN; Wijerathna, DMHGNN; Chaminda, HT [Conference-Full-text]
    Object recognition and navigation are highly challengeable for visually impaired even though the environment is familiar for him. There are different approaches for addressing this problem domain using technologies ...
  • Gunawardana, ASL; Pathirana, PS; Gamage, TST; Ponnamperuma, SR; Weerawarana, SM [Conference-Full-text]
    This research paper discusses evolution of perception capturing and analytic mechanisms and presents a system for crowdsourced perception analysis. Crowdsourcing has become a buzzword in social computing which can ...
  • Premarathna, PHSR; Indrajee, KHH; Mahawithana, P; De Silva, LYSG; Wimalasuriya, DC [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper presents a model to measure semantic similarity between custom ontology concepts and the taxonomy of WordNet and introduces a new ontology concept similarity measure. The similarity measure is based on ...
  • Dissanayaka, DMRCB; Silva, TLS; Rankothge, DGTS; Ratalakotuwa, RDGDJ; Madurasinghe, SY; Kulawansa, KADT; Fernando, SA
    Nowadays people have to face many difficulties when they are going to buy or get services for a vehicle and in storing all the information about vehicles in a one place and access whenever they want. Even companies which ...
  • Bandara, YMJK; Madhumalie, SHP; Madurasinghe, SY; Weerasinghe, MSC; Karunaratne, PM [Conference-Full-text]
    The rising development of technologies caused consumers to deal with an increasingly large amount of product and service information which is far beyond the individual’s cognitive effort to process. However due to the ...
  • Chaminda, T; Dayaratne, TT; Amarasinghe, HKN; Jayakody, JMRS [Conference-Full-text]
    World has changed. Everybody is connected. Almost each and everyone have a mobile phone. Millions of SMSs are going around the world over mobile networks in every second. But about 1/3 of them are spam. SMS spam has become ...

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