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KMUTT Annual Research

KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 design of distribution system by minimizing outage cost of customers and utility providers as well as the feeder device life-cycle cost considering feeder device relocation with approximate actual load profile. We apply Genetic Algorithm to solve our optimization problem. The customer cost and utility cost can be minimized with limited number of feederswitches and pole-mounted RTUs. IC-014 OPTIMIZATION OF DISTRIBUTED CONTROL CENTER LOCATIONS ON ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Pichit Jintagosonwit, Pichat Jintagosonwit, Naruemon Wattanapongsakorn The 2 nd CIGRE/IEEE PES Symposium "Congestion Management in a Market Environment", October 5-7, 2005, San Palacio Del Rio Hilton, San Antonio, Texas, USA. Today, electrical power systems in Thailand are restructuring and privatizing for better services and reducing monopoly. Therefore reliability-worth assessment has to be accurately evaluated and inserted in the electricity tariff for compensating customers in case a power interruption occurs. Reliability and quality of service have been a fundamental requirement factor of a power system. Electric utility providers need to improve power system performance with low cost and high level of reliability to meet customer satisfaction and increase business competitiveness. Most electric utility providers have to minimize any expense as a way to prepare against market competition after entering privatization restructuring. Therefore, an unmanned substation approach is a potential approach for reducing operation cost, while satisfying system requirements such reliability and quality of service. Electric utility providers have to effectively allocate distributed control centers (DCCs) and provide standby switching operators to monitor and control all unmanned substations of each DCC. This research paper proposes an efficient technique to optimize locations of DCCs and unmanned substations as clients of each DCC considering minimum outage cost especially from corrective operations with severe traffic jam when necessary to travel from a DCC to its failed unmanned substation. At the stage of DCC planning, the location of DCCs are determined based on actual collected data including importance of each unmanned substation load, interruption rate of each unmanned substation, distance of an unmanned substation from its DCC, and type of substation equipments. This is our research approach where Genetic Algorithm technique is applied for the problem solving under system design constraints. IC-015 REAL-TIME, PARALLEL FACE RECOGNITION USING EIGENFACES Thanit Keatkaew, Tiranee Achalakul The 20 th Commemorative International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2005), July 4-7, 2005, The Shilla Hotel, Jeju, Korea, p. 1149 This research aims at building a realtime, parallel face recognition system based on the Eigenfaces method. The sequence of images is acquired from a video camera with the assumption that the facial regions are already detected in all input frames. Our prototype system was implemented using Message Passing Interface (MPI) library. The message-passing paradigm is used for process control and data movement between procesors. The master-slave technique is employed as the parallel computing model. The prototype system is capable of reliable recognition, with reduced constraints in regards to the position and orientation of the faces. It is believed that this approach can be used for practical face recognition applications with some further optimization. IC-016 A DESIGN OF A JAVA WEB SERVICE MIDDLEWARE (JWSM) Wiroon Srisomburananont, Tiranee Achalakul The 20 th Commemorative International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2005), July 4-7, 2005, The Shilla Hotel, Jeju, Korea, pp. 1485-1486 In this research, we design and develop an open sourced web service middleware which will integrate most of the frequently used tools into a single environment, with an easy-to-use graphical user interface. Several technologies, such as, Apache's tomcat, Apache's SOAP handler (Axis), XML startlet, Apache's Ant, J2SDK will be studied. Moreover, the middleware will be equipped with an interactive learning module, which can aid programmers in 83 International Conference

84 familiarizing with the web service concept. The results of our research will ease the process of learning, developing, and deploying web services and are expected to be used as a classroom tool for both undergraduate and graduate levels. IC-017 THE PARALLEL DYNAMIC ROUTING SIMULATION BASED ON ANTNET Kittipong Threerawatsathein, Tiranee Achalakul International Conference on Simulation and Modeling 2005 (SIMMOD 2005), January 17- 19, 2005, The Rose Garden Aprime Resort, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand, pp. 31-37 This paper presents a new approach to parallel computing for the routing simulation of packet switched network. The simulation is based on AntNet. We studied the AntNet adaptive learning technique and redesign its communication methodology. The distributed simulation techniques, called asynchronous parallel discrete event simulation (PDES) is also presented. PDES is used for exchanging the routing and the data packets between nodes. To show the overall performance of the simulation, the network throughput and the average delay time are measured. The experiments on our parallel algorithm were performed on a network of Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) workstations, which is a cost-effective solution for parallel modeling. Our parallel model is geared toward practical applications for telecommunication industries. IC-018 THAI WORD SEGMENTATION A LEXICAL SEMANTIC APPROACH Krisda Khankasikam, Nuttanart Muansuwan The 10 th Machine Translation Summit (MT Summit X), September 12-16, 2005, Phuket, Thailand, p. 331 In Thai language, the word boundary is not explicitly clear, therefore, word segmentation V is needed to determine word boundary in Thai sentences. Many applications of Thai Language Processing require the word segmentation. Several approaches of Thai word segmentation such as maximal matching, longest matching and n-gram model do not take semantics into consideration. This paper presents a Thai word segmentation system using semantic corpus which is composed of four KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 steps: generating all possible candidates, proper noun consideration, semantic tagging and semantic checking. The first three steps are conducted using a dictionary. Semantic checking is carried out on the basis of corpus-based approach. Finally, we assign the semantic scores to segmented words and select the ones that contain maximum semantic scores. In order to assign semantic scores, we use a Thai proper noun database and the semantic corpus derived from ORCHID corpus. This approach is more reliable than other approaches that do not take the meaning into consideration and performs the level of accuracy at 96-99% depending on the characteristic of input and the dictionary used in the segmentation. IC-019 COMPUTATIONAL DIALECTOLOGY FOR THAI: A MACHINE TRANSLATION- BASED APPROACH Wannapha Ungkul, Nuttanart Muansuwan The 6 th Symposium on Natural Language Processing (SNLP2005), December 13-15, 2005, Chiang Rai, Thailand This paper presents Dialect Machine Translation System (DMTS) which relies on direct machine translation approach and computational dialectology techniques. The capability of DMTS is translating four Thai dialects including Northern Thai, Northeastern Thai, and Southern Thai to Central Thai (or Standard Thai) and vice versa. Users can also search dialects vocabulary from the lexicon. Four Thai dialects are differentiated by vocabulary and phonetic correspondence: consonantal, vowel and tonal. Furthermore, Tone Box, which is an analysis tool for dialect tones is implemented for Tonal Phonetic Correspondence. IC-020 NAVIGATION CONSULTATION SYSTEM BY PROCESSING GESTURE AND SPOKEN DIALOGUE INPUTS Wuttichai Visarnkuna, Nuttanart Muansuwan The 6 th Symposium on Natural Language Processing (SNLP2005), December 13-15, 2005, Chiang Rai, Thailand, p. 285 This paper describes an approach of speech and gesture-base user interface to a navigation and communication application of navigation system by means of human-machine International Conference

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    212 การสกัดสาร

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    214 ไดแก อุณหภู

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    276 1) สภาพทั่วไ

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