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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Sep 22, 2020 Volume 14, Number 16

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Number of papers: 11

  1. IoT for Monitoring and Control of Water Quality Parameters

    Fouzi Lezzar & Djamel Benmerzoug, LIRE Laboratory Constantine 2 University; Ilham Kitouni, MISC Laboratory Constantine 2 University

    This work presents an Internet of Things (IoT) solution to facilitate real time water quality monitoring by enabling the management of collected data from electronic sensors. Firstly, we present in... More

    pp. 4-19

  2. A Holistic Model for Recognition of Handwritten Arabic Text Based on the Local Binary Pattern Technique

    Atallah AL-Shatnawi, Department of Information Systems, Al al-Bayt University, Jordan; Faisal Al-Saqqar, Department of Computer Science, Al al-Bayt University, Mafraq, Jordan; Safa’a Alhusban, Department of Computer Information System, Just University, Irbid, Jordan

    In this paper, we introduce a multi-stage offline holistic handwritten Arabic text recognition model using the Local Binary Pattern (LBP) technique and two machine-learning approaches; Support... More

    pp. 20-34

  3. AR Mobile Application in Learning Hajj for Children in Malaysia: A Preliminary Study

    Nor Md Madi, Nur Albakry & Norshahila Ibrahim, Sultan Idris Education University

    Education is experiencing rapid revolution from the chalk to the computer. Since then, education and technology are moving forward with advanced technology. Furthermore, with the positive impact... More

    pp. 35-51

  4. Assistive Mobile Application for Visually Impaired People

    Sriraksha Nayak & Chandrakala C B, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Udupi - Karkala Rd, Eshwar Nagar, Manipal, Karnataka 576104

    According to the World Health Organization estimation, globally the number of people with some visual impairment is estimated to be 285 million, of whom 39 million are blind. The inability to use... More

    pp. 52-69

  5. Fear of Losing the Mobile Phone Nomophobia among Students and Its Impact of Psycho-Loneliness and Learning in the Light of Some Variables

    Osamah Aldalalah

    AbstractـــThe study aimed at detecting the level of (nomophobia) among students in Jordan and its impact on psycho-loneliness. The findings showed that the level of nomophobia through smart phone ... More

    pp. 70-86

  6. User-centered Design for Mobile Apps Guide Service Heritage Tourism in Indonesia

    Erni Widarti, Dadang Eman & Suyoto Suyoto, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

    Heritage tourism is a tourist trip by visiting places that have historical and heritage value as a tourist attraction. In this study selected three locations in Indonesia are Yogyakarta, Bandung,... More

    pp. 87-100

  7. Enhanced of Attendance Records Technology used Geospatial Retrieval based on Crossing Number

    Bayu Utomo, Achmad Wibowo, Mujib Ridwan & Muhammad Izzuddin, Faculty of Science and Technology, UIN Sunan Ampel; Agustinus Gumelar, Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Narotama; Sirajul Arifin, Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, UIN Sunan Ampel

    Nowadays, the fingerprint scanner widely used to records attendance. However, this technology has a weakness. Much research has done to improve the attendance system by utilizing mobile technology,... More

    pp. 101-116

  8. The Role of ERP Information to Support Decision Making Process: Field Study on Panda Retail Company (Mobile Inventory Management System)

    Ahmed Alghazali & Uthman Ageeli, Department of Information Science King Abdulaziz University – KSA – Jeddah

    The ERP is the main source of business data while store mobile inventory management is one of very important modules in ERP that cover a critical role for retail organizations such as Panda retail ... More

    pp. 133-149

  9. Innovative Social Media Marketing Communication Application for Thai Hotel SMEs

    Torboon Puangmaha, Tatri Taiphapoon, Pakpachong Vadhanasindhu & Sukree Sinthupinyo, Chulalongkorn University

    Social media marketing communication has been widely adopted in organizations due to its values of interactivity, integration of communication channels, information collection and immediacy.... More

    pp. 150-167

  10. The Use of Social Media and Wikis in Teaching Writing Skills: A Review Article

    Mustafa Haidari; Rahmatullah Katawazai, Kandahar University; Sanitah Mohd Yusof, UTM

    Abstract—The use of technology has reached its potential stage in teaching and learning. Particularly, ELT teachers and learners are mostly involved in utilizing social media platforms and Wikis in... More

    pp. 168-179

  11. Developing an Android-Based Mobile Application for Civic Education Learning

    Mukhamad Murdiono, Suyato Suyato, Elly Rahmawati & Muhammad Aziz, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

    The study has developed an android-based mobile application that can assist in the teaching-learning process of civic education in senior high schools. As a research-and-development activity, it... More

    pp. 180-193