Jaymer Jayoma

Jaymer Jayoma
Caraga State University | CSU · College of Computing and Information Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (10)
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Geographic Information System (GIS) for Agricultural and Fisheries Machinery and Infrastructure (GEOAGRI) was developed by Caraga State University in partnership with the Department of Agriculture mainly to aid various agencies which intend to propose a farm-to-market road project. GEOAGRI provides visualization of the road and automatically cross-...
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This paper presents the design and development of a web GIS-based visualization platform for Farm-to-market road (FMR) project implementations of the Department of Agriculture (DA) in the Philippines. FMRs connect agricultural and fisheries areas to markets, allowing the farmers to transport their goods with relative ease and gain better prices and...
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Abstract— Lithium-ion batteries have been commonly used as energy storage devices in personal portable electronics (e.g., mobile phones, notebook computers), telecommunications systems, electric cars, and various applications in aero spaces. There are different ways to estimate and control the state of charge (SOC) of the battery to avoid the sudde...
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Small to large companies handle multiple forms of records every day. These organizations could use these records for historical, demographical, sociological, medical, or scientific research and serve as benchmarks to measure the organization's future activities and decisions. The Department of Social Worker and Development (DSWD) Caraga continuousl...
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Inverse Ant Algorithm is an enhanced Ant Algorithm that covers real-world scenarios to avoid stagnation in finding the best path from the source to destination. This is done by incorporating rules and constraints that contributes to pheromone level concentration in the path which is the basis for its decision making on agent's choice of next move....
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Shortest Path Problem is one of the problems addressed in graph theory. One of the examples is the Travelling Sales Person which finds the shortest path from source to destination. Because it is a NP-complete problem, it uses brute force in finding the optimal solution. However, the solution was prone to stagnation since optimal solution is easy to...

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