Journal of Electronic & Information Systems

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EISSN : 2661-3204
Current Publisher: Bilingual Publishing Co. (10.30564)
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Guogang Lin, Yu Lin
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i2.2161

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摘要 在不能使用激光器裸露光纤和现有卫星受到电能和重量限制的情况下,创新的有线磁纤维[1] 电缆,丰富的IP通道磁接收器[2]和无应答器反射器卫星[3]该技术与现有技术相结合,使光纤优于光纤,可以裸露使用。光纤技术是在下行频段的现有技术条件下的一项创新产品,目前只能用作线性传输卫星,从而可以弯曲频段传输并发实现反射卫星的新型电缆以及光纤端口“天线”;电磁,光纤端口的“天线”和反射器卫星的互操作性,无限数量的IP反向传输无线传输,无线电卫星(包括地面和室内中继“天线”)也可以与光纤的互操作性结合起来,
Jun Jiang
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i2.2383

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The short-wave HgCdTe thin film material was grown by liquid phase epitaxy on CdTe substrate, Adopt n on p injection bonding and function and flip-flop mixing process, With a low noise readout circuit, sealed with a high airtightness cellular-metal shell, Using a four-stage Thermo Electric Cooler (TEC),320×256 Short Wave Infrared Focal Plane Cooling Detecto r available to operate at near room temperature (210K). Its main photoelectric performance are signal-to-noise ratio greater than 400, non-uniformity equivalent to 4.69%,operability equivalent to 99.76%,frame rate equivalent to 115Hz,component weight less than 150grams.
Christian Mancas
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i2.2090

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MatBase is a prototype data and knowledge base management expert intelligent system based on the Relational, Entity-Relationship, and (Elementary) Mathematical Data Models. Dyadic relationships are quite common in data modeling. Besides their relational-type constraints, they often exhibit mathematical properties that are not covered by the Relational Data Model. This paper presents and discusses the MatBase algorithm that assists database designers in discovering all non-relational constraints associated to them, as well as its algorithm for enforcing them, thus providing a significantly higher degree of data quality.
Zhanjun Ma, Xinting Zhang
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i2.2417

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Due to the rapid development of society, public places, especially large shopping malls, are relatively frequent places for emergencies. Such emergencies not only seriously affect public security and property, but also bring great psychological pressure to citizens. Therefore, this study is of great significance for the exploration and study of public place emergencies.The research object of this study is the public shopping mall. Based on the AnyLogic simulation platform and guided by the relevant principles of social force model, this study utilize the pedestrian storehouse in the platform as the core module to build the simulation environment, and attempts to simulate the police force restraining effect on the overall event and the perpetrators after the occur of emergent incident under different police force allocations. In order to ensure the accuracy of the experimental data, the research team conducted field survey to estimate the average flow of people and the general data of the security personnel in shopping malls, also estimated the restrain and capture time after repeated experiments.The results indicate that increasing additional police force outside the shopping malls and pre-organizing reasonable patrol routes can obviously facilitate police officers to restrain perpetrators. Meanwhile, it is also clear that the Anylogic platform can effectively simulate pedestrian movement and interaction behaviour in emergencies.
Lam Weng Siew, Lam Weng Hoe, Lee Pei Fun
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i2.2497

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Since the telecommunications companies experience great competition, high churn rate, data traffic issues during the Covid-19 pandemic and the upgrade to 5G connectivity, the finance management of a telecommunications company should be analyzed to study the volatility and returns in the sector. This paper aims to develop a goal programming model to examine the asset and liability management of a telecommunication company, namely Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) in Malaysia. The result of this study shows that TM has achieved all the goals in maximizing assets, equities, profits, earnings and optimum management item while minimizing liabilities over the period of study from 2015 to 2019. Potential improvements on these goals have also been identified through this study. This paper has also contributed to the studies in financial management since past studies have not been done on asset and liability management in telecommunications companies which is rapidly growing and expanding even while the world is suffering from economy crisis during this pandemic.
Gajendra Sharma, Birat Bade
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.2020

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The global climate is changing due to anthropogenic activities such as industrialization, infrastructure development, deforestation etc. Expected effects of climate change include increase in global temperatures, rising sea levels, changing precipitation, melting of glaciers, less snowfall, expansion of deserts etc. Most ecosystems are affected by manmade climate change and Mount Everest is no exception. This paper delves into the effects of global warming on Mount Everest and how Internet of Things (IOT) can be used to correctly monitor these effects. The IOT system will take three parameters temperature, carbon parts per million in the atmosphere and snowfall. This research paper also proposes a IOT framework to measure the net snowfall. The data gathered by the IOT system will be used to create a model will be created to monitor the effect of temperature and carbon parts per million on snow fall.
Run Xu, Zhiqiang Chen
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.2045

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The stall phenomenon which happens in loaded motor is unqualification in application. Meanwhile it may measure the maximum property of motor in manufacture. So the phenomenon is analyzed to find a simulation of electrical state to predict the maximum currency and torque which is a necessary method to be proceeded up to now before design. We find that the simulation fits well to the reference. The conditions of t=60s,U=22V result in the biggest stall force according to rotation to change time and voltage. Then it is t=90s,U=17V; t=30s,U=27V and t=120s,U=12V in turns. As for torque it is t=30s,U=27V; t=60s,U=22V;t=90s,U=17V and t=120s,U=12V in truns.
Run Xu
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.1951

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With regards to the assembly line of cost control of Dechang(HK) company, the motor housing’s cost control of process will be necessarily respected. Because the supply quantity is big in a machine the price of motor housing is small, so that the cost control of automatic production line is significant with modeling. It is found that the control of equipment includes in shaft and crank linkage for benefit which also needs to be controlled in detail. For the sake of benefits can we fundamentally resolve the main problem of high cost process.
, Shaofei Zhang
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.2011

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The report mainly analyzes whether the inverter system could improve the efficiency of converting new energy into factory electricity based on McLuhan's laws of media theory. Firstly, the report asserts the significance of using new energy and the importance of utilizing the inverter system to improve the power conversion of new energy in factories. Secondly, it mainly describes McLuhan's theory from four different aspects. In addition, according to the four aspects of McLuhan's theory, the rationality and feasibility of the inverter system solution are analyzed. Then, it is concluded that the inverter system can well improve the conversion efficiency of new energy generation in factories. Finally, this paper claims suggestions from two different perspectives to promote the development of the inverter system.
Gbenga Bankole Folayan, Ibrahim Ademiloye
Journal of Electronic & Information Systems, Volume 2; doi:10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.2023

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The peculiar nature of control theory as a course that cut across a lot of major engineering disciplines calls for a look into how its learning can best be done without students feeling like they are wasting their time. This paper takes a look at control theory as subject cut across various engineering field and has a wide background that students must really be comfortable with. Its wide application and background pose a huge challenge to the teaching of control. It goes further to look into traditional method of teaching, Project - Based Learning Blooms Taxonomy. It then proposes applying flipped Bloom Taxonomy to Project –based learning for a deep understanding of control systems.
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