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By Amuda James Abu, Steven Gordon (auth.), Borworn Papasratorn, Wichian Chutimaskul, Kriengkrai Porkaew, Vajirasak Vanijja (eds.)

At the college of knowledge know-how, KMUTT, we think that details te- nology is crucial motive force of economic system and social improvement. it may - capable higher productiveness, in addition to assisting us to avoid wasting assets. it truly is giving upward thrust to a brand new around of business and enterprise revolution. We now could have items and s- vices that after have been believed to be past succeed in. with no IT, it's very unlikely for individuals to gain their complete capability. companies all over the world are harnessing the ability of broadband conversation, so one can have a profound and positive impression at the monetary, social devel- ment, schooling, and just about all features of our lifestyles. This new period of unified commu- cation provides us with new demanding situations. this is because we should always interact extra heavily to augment the trade of information regarding powerful program of broadband verbal exchange and IT. it really is my honest wish that each one contributions to the 3rd overseas convention on Advances in info expertise (IAIT 2009) increases our realizing of the way we will have successfully practice this rising know-how for the advantage of each person all over the international. i'm hoping IAIT 2009 also will result in extra learn which may contr- ute to a greater method for IT purposes within the period of unified communique. i'm very thankful to all our keynotes audio system for coming the entire technique to Thailand.

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N (2) Intercropping Planning Models for an Agricultural Expert System 33 Amin (i ) + LP ( Aunalloc ) = Aalloc (i ) . (3) ∑i=1 Aalloc (i ) ≤ A . (4) n The third step is finding number of cultivated plants of each vegetable ( Pi ). The number is derived from quotient of the allocated area of each vegetable and the cultivating area per plant of each vegetable ( ai ). It is defined by the equation 5. Pi = Aalloc (i ) / ai . (5) The final step is to compute the total income ( I ). The total income is derived from sum of production between the number of cultivated plants of each vegetable and sale price per plant of each vegetable ( si ) as defined by I = ∑i=1 Pi si .

Smallest-numbered available task first or Left-to-Right (L-R): Under this priority, a scheduling list from task graph in Figure 2 is T0, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21, T22, T23, T24, T25. Largest-numbered available vertex first or Right-to-Left (R-L): Under this priority, a scheduling list from task graph in Figure 2 is T0, T4, T3, T2, T1, T8, T7, T6, T5, T12, T11, T10, T9, T16, T15, T14, T13, T20, T19, T18, T17, T24, T23, T22, T21, T25.

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