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    • An analysis of some of the current technologies for Web-DBMS integration 

      Nolan, Susan (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The Internet is explained together with its Intranet and Extranet implementations and the important development of peer-to-peer environments. The areas of application are set in context, from E-commerce through E-business ...
    • An analysis of the benefits that expert system technology can offer the insurance industry 

      Murphy, Brian (Portobello College, 2001)
      The birth of Expert System Technology occurred over thirty years ago with the introduction of 'Dendral' to the chemical industry. Since then over 12,500 expert systems have been developed for many different types of ...
    • Flight dynamics: model aircraft autopilot 

      O'Brien, James (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The project proposes to design, using software design methods, a piece of software that given an appropriately designed hardware electronic platform, could conduct and analyse a flight from point A to B (waypoints) resulting ...
    • How expert systems work: thinking machines or not! 

      O'Neill, Aoife (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The text discussed in the following chapters is an analysis of different theories purported by Artificial Intelligence 'gurus', and a thorough discussion of Expert Systems. The future of machine intelligence is something ...
    • Loyalty scheme database 

      McGrath, Eamon (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The following project was designed implement a Loyalty Scheme Database for a small group of Petrol Service Stations so as to improve customer loyalty and keep up with the group's large multi-national competitors. At the ...
    • Member Direct: a member tracking database 

      Leach, Barry (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      I completed the project identification and selection stage of development by interviewing the marketing manager in Dundrum Gym, and through review of the relevant material. Our objectives were: - To identify the business ...
    • Neural networks 

      Puri, Manmeet Kaur (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Neuroengineers have come up with the idea of artificial neural networks, massively parallel computing machines inspired by biological nervous systems. Such systems offer a new paradigm, where learning from examples or ...
    • Online shopping database 

      Robinson, Ciaran (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      This is a detailed report containing the description, workings and completion of an online shopping system where customers buy music records. This repost will contain how such a system was designed and implemented using ...
    • An overview of machine translation 

      O'Donnell, Patrick (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Machine Translation is the application of computers to the task of translating texts from one natural language to another. Machine translation was one of the earliest goals of computer science and has been proven to be ...
    • ROD: A Virtual Robot in a Closed Environment 

      Coyle, John (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This paper is concerned with the research completed for the fourth year project, 'ROD: A Virtual Robot in a closed environment. It gives an introduction to the topic and the related areas. It defines the environment in ...
    • Searching for the optimal menu based user interface using HCI concepts 

      Taylor, Stephen (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Since research began on user interfaces the overall goal of the developers was to find the ultimate interface that met all of the users needs and requirements and to this day they have never reached their goal. In all ...
    • Software localisation 

      Lau, Jenny (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The report is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter provides an overview of the history of the translation industry and an introduction to localisation and internationalisation. A global localization process is ...