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  • Optimizing Database Queries by Indexing 

    Soe Mya MyaAye (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2008)
    A Data-Base Management System (DBMS) often has a choice about the access path for retrieving data. The DBMS can use an index to fast lookup for specific entries or scan the entire table to retrieve the appropriate rows. ...
  • Multi-Agent Architecture Approach to Web-Based Teaching System 

    Nwe Nwe Win (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2008)
    An intelligent agent is a set of independent software tools linked with other applications and databases running within one or several computer environments. The primary function of an intelligent agent is to help a client ...
  • The Study of the Curves of Functions for Data Points 

    Hla Myint Kyaw (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2008)
    The unknown functions for data points are studied. We need to obtain the physically correct results. A cubic spline routine was developed for equally and unequally spaced sequential data points. Cubic spline theory is ...
  • Study on the Number of Alpha Tracks and Pore Diameters Based on Annealing Method 

    Mya Mya Win (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2008)
    The present research work concerns the study of annealing effect in Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors, LR-II 5 type I and II. By using annealing method; diameters and number of alpha tracks of these detectors are measured ...
  • Study on Ferroelectric Properties of TiO2 / SiO2 /p-Si (Metal/ Ferroelectric/ Insulator/Semiconductor) Thin Films 

    MayYeeThein; Yin Yin Thein; Thim Than Win; Ko Ko Kyaw Soe (Universities Research Journal (URJ), 2008)
    Fabrication of TiO2 / SiO2 /p-Si (Metal/ Ferroelectric/ Insulator/Semiconductor) thin films, deposited by liquid phase epitaxial growth method is presented. Samples are heated at 500°C, 550°C, 600°C, 650oC and 700°C each ...

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