Tamara Ginige

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In recent years the explosive growth of smartphones and the evolution of mobile communication networks have certainly revolutionized the way how people communicate and access information. This revolution is even more tangible in developing countries where mobile devices are becoming the preferred way to access services for their daily activities. In this(More)
It has been shown that protocol processing represents a severe bottle-neck for high speed computer networks. The disadvantage of proposed solutions are their incompatibility with existing standardised protocol implementations and/or their complexity. One method of alleviating this limitation is to have an adaptable protocol stack, as proposed in this paper.(More)
Extracting user requirements in designing innovative ICT based solutions for emerging vague problems is a challenge. We successfully addressed this challenge by blending several techniques in Software Engineering (SE) and Human Computer Interaction (HCI) within a Design Science Research (DSR) framework. These techniques were traditional surveys and(More)
Crop production problems are common in Sri Lanka which severely effect rural farmers, agriculture sector and the country's economy as a whole. A deeper analysis revealed that the root cause was farmers and other stakeholders in the domain not receiving right information at the right time in the right format. Inspired by the rapid growth of mobile phone(More)
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