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Title: An Application of Internet Technologies for Logistics' Analysis
Authors: Sangnoree, Apiwat 
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Apiwat Sangnoree (2007) An Application of Internet Technologies for Logistics' Analysis.
Journal: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management 
Conference: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management 
Abstract: This research is designed for helping a HTTP-based computer’s user in order to analyze of logistics in the traffic area by applying and designing the accessible processes from user to server databases via internet system. The research’s design comprises Mysql 4.1.8-nt database system for being the server which there are three sub-databases, traffic light – times of intersections in periods of the day, distances on the road of area-blocks where are divided from the main sample-area and speeds of sample vehicles (motorcycle, personal car and truck) in periods of the day. For interconnections between the server and user, PHP is used to calculate distances and traveling times from the beginning point to destination, meanwhile XHTML applied for receiving, sending and displaying data from PHP to user’s screen. In this research, the main sample-area is focused at the Huakwang-Ratchada’s area, Bangkok, Thailand where usually the congested point and 6.25 km2 surrounding area which are split into 25 blocks, 0.25 km2 for each. For simulating the results, the designed server-database and all communicating models of this research have been uploaded to and used the computer which supports XHTML/HTML browser for observing values and displayed pictures. According to simulated results, user can check the route’s pictures from the requiring point to destination along with analyzed consuming times when sample vehicles travel in various periods of the day.
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