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ISSN 2005-4246

IJUNESST
International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology Vol. 6, No. 3, June, 2013

SCIENCE & ENGINEERING RESEARCH SUPPORT SOCIETY

International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology Vol. 6, No. 3, June, 2013

Editor-in-Chief of the IJUNESST Journal

Jianhua Ma,

Hosei University, Japan

Byeong-Ho Kang,
University of Tasmania, Australia

General Information of IJUNESST


Bibliographic Information

ISSN: 2005-4246 Publisher: SERSC

Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety

Contact Information
Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety

Head Office: 20 Virginia Court, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia Phone no.: +61-3-9016-9027 Email: ijunesst@sersc.org

Journal Aims
Our Journal provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology.

Journal Topics
IJUNESST aims to facilitate and support research related to u- and e- Service, Science and Technology and the applications. The topics covered by IJUNESST include the following:

Basic Topics
Collaborative Business Systems Case Studies in Industry and Government B2B, B2C and C2C Architectures Adoption of Standards and Protocols for e- or u-Business Applications

International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology Vol. 6, No. 3, June, 2013

Compression Methodology CRM and Business Solutions Data and Knowledge Engineering e- or u-Banking e- or u-Business Systems for Multiple Platforms e- or u-Entertainment e- or u-Government e- or u-Learning e- or u-Marketing and Consumer Behavior e- or u-Negotiation and Auction Mechanisms e- or u-Payment Systems GPS Applications and Location-based Services Grid Computing for e- or u-Business Healthcare and Medical Applications Intellectual Rights Interoperability and Integration m-Business and Ubiquitous Services Mobile Services and Architectures Mobility Management in Next Generation Networks Multi-Agent Systems and Information Integration Open Source Technologies in e- or u-Business Quality of Service (QoS) and Metrics Security and Privacy Semantic Web Applications and Ontology Sharing Service-Oriented Architectures Steganography Technology Supply-chain Management

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Systems Development and Evaluation Telematics and Middleware Platforms Trust and Privacy Issues in Social Networks User Interfaces and Usability Virtual Organizations VPN Technology and Services Web Data Visualization Web Personalization and Decision Making Web Services Web Site Monitoring and Optimization Workflow Management Systems XML and Domain Mark-up Languages Others

Advisory/Editorial Board
David Zhang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong David Taniar, Monash University, Australia Chengcui Zhang, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA Chao-Tung Yang, Tunghai University, Taiwan Chantana Chantrapornchai, Silpakorn University, Thailand Byungjoo Park, Hannam University, Korea Bok Min Goi, MMU, Malaysia Birgit Hofreiter, University of Vienna, Austria Biplab Kumer Sarker, R & D, Innovatia Inc, Canada Artur R. Lugmayr, Tampere University of Technology, Finland Apple Fok, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Antonio Coronato, ICAR-CNR, Italy Aishy Amer, Concordia University, USA

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Debnath Bhattacharyya, Heritage Inst. of Technology, India Deok Gyu Lee, ETRI, Korea Dorin Bocu, University Transilvania of Brasov, Romania Georgios Kambourakis, University of the Aegean, Greece Giovanni Cagalaban, Hannam University, Korea Hai Jin, HUST, China Hakan Duman University of Essex, UK Helmar Burkhart, University of Basel, Switzerland Hongli Luo, Indiana University - Purdue University, USA Hongxiu Li, Turku School of Economics, Finland Igor Kotenko, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation, Russia J. H. Abawajy, Deakin University, Australia Jianhua He, University of Essex, UK Kun Chang Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Lei Ye, University of Wollongong, Australia Ling-Jyh Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Liu Wanquan, Curtin University of Technology, Australia Maricel Balitanas-Salazar, University of San Agustin, Philippines Mei-Ling Shyu, University of Miami, USA Mieso Denko, University of GUELPH, Canada Poulami Das, India, India
Prashant Bansod, Shri Govindram Seksaria Institue of Technology & Science, India

Randy Tolentino, Hannam University, Korea Ranjan Kini, Indiana University Northwest, USA Regis Cabral, FEPRO Pite? Sweden Rosslin John Robles, University of San Agustin, Philippines Sajid Hussain, Acadia University, Canada

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Seng W. Loke, La Trobe University, Australia SeongHan Shin, JAIST, Japan Simone Fischer-H?ner Karlstad University, Sweden Tomasz Janowski, United Nations University, Macao Tony Y. T. Chan, The University of Akureyri, Iceland Weijia Jia, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Zhaohao Sun, Hebei Normal University, China

IJUNESST is indexed by:


EI Compendex Cabell OpenJ-Gate DOAJ ULRICH ProQuest EBSCO

Editorial Secretary
Ronnie D. Caytiles

International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology Vol. 6, No. 3, June, 2013

Foreword and Editorial


International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology
We are very happy to publish this issue of an International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology by Science and Engineering Research Support soCiety. This issue contains 7 articles. Achieving such a high quality of papers would have been impossible without the huge work that was undertaken by the Editorial Board members and External Reviewers. We take this opportunity to thank them for their great support and cooperation. The paper Developing a Hierarchical Multi-Label Classifier for Twitter Trending Topics discusses that in recently years, there has been rapid growth in discussion groups and micro blogging, in which an important characteristic of the entries is their trending topics on some generalized categories. Many researchers have attempted to classify trending topics by using only keywords, trending topics are rarely straightforward; they are normally expressed in a more subtle manner. It is well accepted that using high-dimensional multi-modal language features for tweets content representation and classifier training may achieve more sufficient characterization of the diverse properties of the tweets and further result in higher discrimination power of the classifiers. However, training the classifiers in a highdimensional multi-modal feature space requires a large number of labeled training tweets, which will further result in the problem of curse of dimensionality. To tackle this problem, a hierarchical feature subset selection algorithm need to be used to enable more accurate tweets classification; where the processes for feature selection and classifier training are seamlessly integrated in a single framework. The Authors of Performance Comparison of Micro-strip Antennas with Different Shape of the Patch presents a discussion that the growth of portable wireless communication devices has pushed designers to design miniature size antennas. The most prized among miniature antenna choices is the micro-strip patch antenna. These antennas have significant advantages such as low profile, light weight, relatively low manufacturing cost, and polarization diversity. This paper compares the performance of micro-strip patch antenna having different shapes of the patch (Square, Elliptical, Annular ring, Triangular) at a frequency of 2.43 GHz. Paper A Profit-Maximizing Economic Lot Scheduling Problem with Shelf Life Items deals with a profit-maximizing economic lot scheduling problem with shelf life items. This paper studies the profit-maximizing economic lot-sizing problem (PELSP), in which the price of the product is a function of demand rate, hence the demand rate for a variable rather than constant, in this paper Authors use the basic period approach to maximize the profit. A mathematical model was given, and also a numerical illustration and sensitive analysis of the main variables. In the paper Project Management Software: Allocation and Scheduling Aspects, Authors discuss experiences in building the prototype of the project management software. They particularly investigate the aspect of resource allocation and scheduling. They attempt to

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integrate the automatic allocation and task scheduling to it. The database containing the information about the project, tasks, resource is designed. The tasks may be concurrent and requires many skills. Many employees can have many skills and may be available at different time. The allocation must be able to compromise this. Two scheduling schemes such as ASAP and ALAP are implemented in the tool. The paper An Investigation of Moisture Performance of Sawdust and Banana Peels Ply board as Non-Veneer Panel aimed to measure the moisture performance of sawdust and banana peels ply board as non-veneer panel for construction projects. The goal was to measure the vapor permeability values of sawdust and banana peels ply board, compare the results with those done for oriented strand board and to investigate the efficiency of structures through these panel products. The research has shown that structures made of different materials have different drying efficiencies under high relative humidity conditions that are representative of their application as non-veneer panel in cold climates. In the paper Dynamic Pricing Trading Market for Resources Sharing in IIU Federated Cloud, Internet Innovation Union (IIU) is a union composed of universities and scientific research institutions aim to realize resource sharing. The composition and usage characteristics of the shared resources in IIU were analyzed. By introducing market mechanism in resources sharing process, the dynamic pricing strategy for resources sharing was studied and a trading market comprises of federation members and market agent was proposed. The market agent adjusts the profit rate of resources dynamically according to the statistical data of the supply-demand relationship, thus to achieve dynamic change of resource prices along with the supply-demand relationship. The market is easy to implement in IIU federated cloud, and the experimental results indicated that it can further open sharing of resources and improve resource utilization. The paper Security and Privacy in m-Learning and Beyond: Challenges and State-of-theart discusses the mobile learning which is constantly evolving, following the shift of mobile technologies from laptops to handheld devices and smartphones. Indeed, the opportunities for innovation in this area are numerous and constantly under the focus of all the parties involved, ranging from traditional schools and universities to individual learners. However, mobile technology brings along increased threats to system and data security and privacy, given the fact that learners and educators are mobile, and in most cases, permitted to use their own mobile devices to access resources and services. After identifying the challenges, this paper provides a comprehensive review and classification of the state-of-the-art research on security and privacy in the m-learning realm and beyond.

June, 2013

Jianhua Ma, Hosei University, Japan Byeong-ho Kang, University of Tasmania, Australia Editors of the June Issue on International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology

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Table of Contents

Developing a Hierarchical Multi-Label Classifier for Twitter Trending Topics


Jinan Fiaidhi, Sabah Mohammed, Aminul Islam, Simon Fong and Tai-hoon Kim

Performance Comparison of Micro-strip Antennas with Different Shape of the Patch 13


Sanjeev Sharma, Bharat Bhushan, Shailender Gupta and Preet Kaur

A Profit-Maximizing Economic Lot Scheduling Problem with Shelf Life Items

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Qinglong Hu

Project Management Software: Allocation and Scheduling Aspects

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C. Chantrapornchai, D. Sawangkokrouk and T. Leadprathom

An Investigation of Moisture Performance of Sawdust and Banana Peels Ply board as Non-Veneer Panel 43 Tomas U. Ganiron Jr.

Dynamic Pricing Trading Market for Resources Sharing in IIU Federated Cloud 55 Tongrang Fan, Jian Liu and Feng Gao

Security and Privacy in m-Learning and Beyond: Challenges and State-of-the-art


Georgios Kambourakis
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