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Browsing Information Technology Research Unit (ITRU) by Conference Proceedings "ITRU Research Symposium"

Browsing Information Technology Research Unit (ITRU) by Conference Proceedings "ITRU Research Symposium"

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  • Herath, HMSB; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    This paper presents an approach for the creation and use of ontologies to support agent communication in competitive marketing process. Enterprise Application Integration remains a challenging field in IT, and this is ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kumarasiri, WCM; Shiyamala, B; Silva, HLK; Uthuranga, SD; Walisundara, HB; Karunarathne, GTI [Conference-Abstract]
    With immense competition in the current sports world, technology has come in to the picture in a substantial way to outperform other competitors in the sport. But, in Sri Lanka, most of the local sportsmen can not gain a ...
  • Anupama, MKS; Galagedara, KG; Hettiarachchi, DHG; Kumari, LHAND; Samaraweera, SVK; Dias, D; Karunananda, AS [Conference-Abstract]
    Chess is one of the world’s most widespread games. We propose the novel concept of ‘group chess’, with the objective of using information technology as an educational aid for novice chess players, as well as for experienced ...
  • Fernando, BMS; Kulawansa, KADT [Conference-Abstract]
    In the current era, the hardware resources are getting improved each day. It can take more processing power, thus quick results from the given input. But most of the existing applications still rely on the analytical skills ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kuruppu, G; Pinidiyaarachchi, UAJ [Conference-Abstract]
    Search Algorithms are widely used in various contexts of computer science, mainly in finding the optimal solution. Some search algorithms are very accurate but computationally complex, thereby resulting limitations in ...
  • Dassanayake, VPC [Conference-Abstract]
    Author tries to analyze the effect of genetic algorithm when mutation rate is selected randomly compared to fixed mutation rates or/and adaptive mutation rates. The results shows that though it is not always possible to ...
  • Soysa, HIB; Dissanayeke, RA; Attygalle, MDT [Conference-Abstract]
    Actuaries and demographers have a long tradition of using collateral data to improve mortality estimates. Two main approaches have been used to accomplish the improvement, mortality laws and model life tables. The most ...
  • Nayanajith, HUD; Mahadewa, KT; Jayawardane, CHW; Perera, MDD; Premalal, LU; Withanage, DK [Conference-Abstract]
    Geographic location information is one significant element of information about the business that can be passed down to the customer. Over the last few years there have been significant advances in the use of technological ...
  • Wickramasinghe, V; Mahahettige, D [Conference-Abstract]
    This paper investigates whether human capital value and uniqueness embodied in employees make variations in human resource management practices and human resource configurations that used to manage them. In this study, ...
  • 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, ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Semage, BL; Dissanayake, D; Shermila, SM; Heenatigala, D; Zameer, MFM; Dias, G [Conference-Abstract]
    Computer users all over the world have come to expect their software to “talk” to them in their own language. In order to fulfill this requirement for different users across the globe, internationalization & localization ...
  • 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 ...