Working Experience

  • Present 2017

    Assistant Professor

    Technology of Information System Management Division, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • 2017 2013

    Lecturer

    Technology of Information System Management Division, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • Present 2017

    Director

    Datalent Team- Data Science and Governance Talent Development Research Group

  • Present 2015

    Editor-in-Chief

    Information Technology Management Society Transactions on Innovation and Business Engineering (ITMSOC-IBE)

  • Present 2015

    Editor-in-Chief

    Information Technology Management Society Transactions on Information Technology Management (ITMSOC-ITM)

  • 2018 2014

    Deputy Managing Director

    Possible Space Co., Ltd.

  • 2019 2013

    Co-founder and Tutor

    Possible Space Creative Math and English School

  • 2013 2008

    IT Project Manager

    B2Media Co., Ltd.

  • 2013 2003

    Guest Lecturer

    Computer Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand

  • 2013 2004

    Tutor

    Fun-A Private Tutor

Academic Backgrounds

  • Ph.D. 2006 - 2013

    Ph.D. (Information Technology)

    King Mongkut's University Technology Thonburi, Thailand

    Ph.D. Dissertation

    A Classifier of Charges and Range of Punishments under Criminal Law of Civil Law System: Cases in the Offences against Life and Body Section (Abstract: EN / TH)

    Dissertation Advisor

    Asst. Prof. Dr. Bunthit Watanapa and Dr. Udom Silparcha

  • M.Sc. 2003 - 2005

    M.Sc. (Technology of Information System Management)

    Mahidol University, Thailand

    Master Thesis

    Search Engine Generator Program for a Website (Abstract: EN / TH)

    Thesis Advisor

    Lect. Phansiri Athikomrungsarit

  • B.Eng. 2003 - 2005

    B.Eng. (Computer Engineering)

    Mahidol University, Thailand

    Senior Project

    English Search Engine

    Senior Project Advisor

    Lect. Phansiri Athikomrungsarit

DON'T TALK, ACT.
DONT'T SAY, SHOW.
DON'T PROMISE, PROVE.

Certification

Public Committee

  • Present 2018

    National Intelligence Agency

    Big Data Advisory Board

  • Present 2018

    Thailand Government Open Data Governance Frameworks- Digital Government Development Agency

    Expert Committee

Academic Committee

  • 2019 2018

    Ph.D. Program in Multidisciplinary Engineering- Mahidol University

    Chairman of Drafting Committee

  • 2016 2016

    B.Sc. Program in Digital Business, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University

    Program Critque Committee

  • Present 2016

    M.Sc. Program in IT Management- Mahidol University

    Secretary and Committee

  • Present 2015

    Ph.D. Program in IT Management- Mahidol University

    Committee

Collaboration Research Experience

Collaboration Projects Experience

  • Sansiri 2019

    Data Governance Framework for Sansiri

    Sansiri Plc.

  • Sansiri 2019

    Big Data Plan

    Sports Authority of Thailand

  • SRT 2019

    Data Governance Framework for State Railway of Thailand

    State Railway of Thailand

  • MDES 2016

    Thailand Digital Literacy Project

    Ministry of Digital Economy and Society

  • EGA 2014

    Business Process Improvement Project

    Electronic Government Agency

  • DEDE 2012-2013

    Project Database and Energy Efficiency Saving Management System

    Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency , Ministry of Energy, Thailand

  • NSC 2010-2013

    Decision Support System in Legal Aspects for National Crisis

    Office of the National Security Council, Thailand

  • Hunsa 2008-2009

    Financial Statement Administration System

    Hunsa Auditorial Co. Ltd., Thailand (Project Leader)

  • DTN 2006-2007

    Meeting Organizing System

    Department of Trade Negotiation, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand

  • MU 2005-2006

    Online Research Administration System

    Research Administration Department, Mahidol University, Thailand

Academic Events Organizer

University Lecture

  • Present 2019

    Data Science and Big Data Analytics

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2018 2018

    Human Resources Analytics

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2018 2014

    Data Mining

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2017 2017

    Data Architecture and Governance

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2016 2016

    Social and Legal Informatics

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2015 2015

    Advance Database Management and Data Science

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2015 2015

    Data Mining for Health Informatics

    Guest Lecturer-M.Sc.(Health Informatics) Students

  • 2014 2014

    Operation Management

    Lecturer-M.Sc.(IT Management) Students

  • 2014 2004

    Mathematics for Business and Economics

    Tutor- BBA Students

  • 2013 2003

    Computer Programming

    Guest Lecturer-1st Year Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

  • 2004 2004

    Computer Graphic

    Guest Lecturer-3rd Year Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

  • 2010 2004

    Data Structure and Algorithms Analysis

    Tutor- B.Sc.(CS) Students

  • 2013 2003

    Numerical Methods

    Tutor- B.Sc.(CS) Students

  • 2014 2006

    Advance Java Programming

    Tutor- B.Sc.(CS) Students

  • 2014 2006

    Advance Calculus for Computer Scientist

    Tutor- B.Sc.(CS) Students

Guest Lecturer/Speaker

  • Statistics Guest lecturer/speaker

    2019: 5 rounds
    2018: 15 rounds
    2017: 6 rounds
    2016: 2 rounds
    2015: 1 rounds
    2012: 1 rounds
    2007: 1 rounds

  • 2019 May 7

    Big Data Fundamentals: Technology and Trends

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mahidol University

  • 2019 Mar-30

    Big Data Governance, Thai Text Mining, and Social Network Analytics

    Guest Lecturer- Master Degree in Information Technology, Sripatum University

  • 2019 Mar-20

    Digital Literacy for Digital Citizen

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree Students, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University (VRU)

  • 2019 Feb-27

    Digital Citizen and Digital Intelligence

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree Students, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University (VRU)

  • 2019 Feb-26

    Digital Technology Trends and their Impacts on National Security

    Guest Speaker-National Intelligence Agency

  • 2018 Dec-20

    Data Governance

    Speaker- The Revenue Department

  • 2018 Oct-31

    Digital Citizen and Digital Intelligence

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree Students, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University (VRU)

  • 2018 Oct-10

    Digital Quotient and Digital Intelligence

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree Students, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University (VRU)

  • 2018 Oct-04

    Data Mining Applications in Various Domains

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree Students in Information Technology and Computer Science, Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep (RMUTK)

  • 2018 Sep-18

    Data Governance for Big Data Projects

    Speaker- Softnix Technology Co., Ltd.

  • 2018 Sep-11

    Big Data Trends and Challenges

    Speaker- National Intelligence Agency

  • 2018 Aug-23

    Data Integration and Big Data in Education

    Panel Discussion Participation- Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education

  • 2018 Jul-19

    EA for e-Government Exchange Program: Data Governance

    Speaker- Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA)

  • 2018 May-31

    e-Government Executive Program: Data Governance and Data Science Team Building

    Speaker- Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA)

  • 2018 May-04

    Data Analytics for Business

    Guest Lecturer- Master Degree in Information Technology, King Monkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB)

  • 2018 Apr-24

    Data Mining in Actions

    Guest Speaker- PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)

  • 2018 Apr-22

    Introduction to Data Governance

    Guest Lecturer- Master Degree in Enterprise Architecture, Mahidol University

  • 2018 Apr-10

    Introduction to Big Data

    Guest Lecturer- Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mahidol University

  • 2018 Mar-25

    Big Data Project Management and Big Data Governance

    Guest Lecturer- Master Degree in Information Technology, Sripatum University

  • 2018 Feb-02

    Big Data and Data Analytics

    Invited Speaker- Office of the Pubic Sector Development Commission

  • 2017 Dec-19

    Data Governance Fundamentals

    Instructor- Electronic Government Agency (EGA)

  • 2017 Nov-21

    Data Governance towards Thailand 4.0 and Industry 4.0

    Keynote Speaker-Workshop: Towards Industry 4.0: Resource Efficiency and Environmental Protection

  • 2017 Sep-16

    Open Data Governance in Bureaucratic Government towards to Data-Driven Culture Transformation

    Keynote Speaker-2017 PREO-IRC Conference

  • 2017 Mar-08

    Introduction to Data Science

    Instructor-Data Science Clinic with R Programming

  • 2017 Feb-08

    Digital Economy and Digital Literacy

    Instructor-Bangkok Metropolitant Administration Office

  • 2017 Feb-07

    Business Analysis Essential

    Instructor-Bangkok Metropolitant Administration Office

  • 2016 Dec-21

    Digital and Media Literacy

    Guest Lecturer-Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University

  • 2016 Nov-30

    Big Data and Big Lawyer: Disruptive Technologies for Changing the Legal Process

    Keynote Speaker-The 1st Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2016)

  • 2015 Oct

    Introduction to Big Data

    Intructor-Department of Disease Control

  • 2012 Mar

    An Integration of Data Mining Methods in Identification of Criminal Law Sentences

    Speaker-The International Neural Network Society Workshop on Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence (TNMI2012)

  • 2007 Aug

    Data Warehousing for Decision Support System

    Instructor-M.Sc.(IT), Faculty of Engineering

Public Training by Datalent Team

  • Statistics Public training

    2019: 5 rounds (75 hours)
    2018: 12 rounds (177 hours)
    2017: 6 rounds (66 hours)

In-house Training

  • Statistics In-house training

    2019: 10 rounds (126 hours)
    2018: 15 rounds (261 hours)
    2007: 1 rounds (6 hours)

  • 2019 May 24

    Introduction to Data Governance (7 hours)

    Instructor-MFEC Co., Ltd.

  • 2019 May 15, 17

    Data Mining Essentials with RapidMiner Studio 9 (12 hours)

    Instructor-Office of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission

  • 2019 Dec 25-26

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Microsoft PowerBI (6 hours)

    CoInstructor-Siam Kubota Leasing Co., Ltd.

  • 2019 Apr 1-2

    Fundamental Python Programming (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-TISCO Financial Group

  • 2019 Mar 28-29

    Data Visualization and Business Dashboard with Microsoft Excel (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-National Science Technology and Innovation Policy Office

  • 2019 Mar 26

    Fundamental Python Programming for Data Science (6 hours)

    CoInstructor-Office of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission

  • 2019 Mar 18,21

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Tableau Desktop (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-Bangkok Union Insurance Co., Ltd.

  • 2019 Mar 4-6, 11-12

    Fundamental Data Science for Community Development Department (35 hours)

    Instructor-Community Development Department

  • 2019 Jan 17-18

    Fundamental Python Programming for Data Science (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-Tisco Bank Public Co. Ltd.

  • 2019 Jan 7-8

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence for Health Behavior Analysis and Monitoring with Tableau Desktop (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-Department of Health

  • 2018 Dec 24

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Tableau Desktop and Microsoft PowerBI (6 hours)

    CoInstructor-Siam Kubota Leasing Co., Ltd.

  • 2018 Nov 25

    Data Mining and Data Visualization Essentials (9 hours)

    Instructor-Sripathum University

  • 2018 Sep 13-14

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Tableau Web Server (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-P.S.P. Co., Ltd.

  • 2018 Sep 6

    Fundamental Data Governance (6 hours)

    Instructor-Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization)

  • 2018 Aug 28-29

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Tableau Desktop (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC)

  • 2018 Aug

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 6) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA)

  • 2018 Jul

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 5) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA)

  • 2018 Jun

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 4) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy (TDGA)

  • 2018 Jun

    Data Science Ecosystem and Data Mining with RapidMiner Studio (18 hours)

    Instructor-Suranaree University of Technology (SUT)

  • 2018 Jun

    Data Visualization and Business Intelligence with Tableau Desktop (12 hours)

    CoInstructor-National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)

  • 2018 Jun

    Data Science Essential with RapidMiner Studio (Batch 2) (12 hours)

    Instructor-Digital Government Agency (DGA)

  • 2018 May

    Data Science Essential with RapidMiner Studio (Batch 1) (12 hours)

    Instructor-Electronics Government Agency (EGA)

  • 2018 Apr

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 3) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy

  • 2018 Mar

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 2) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy

  • 2018 Feb

    Government Data Scientist (Batch 1) (27 hours)

    Instructor-Thailand Digital Government Academy

  • 2007 Mar

    Introduction to Microsoft Access (6 hours)

    Instructor- Indian Guest

Research Summary

Ongoing Research Projects:

  • Customer Data Governance Framework for a Real Estates Company
  • Employee Data Governance Framework for a State-owned Enterprise
  • Talent Management for IT Employee in Bureacratic Organization
  • Text Mining Model for Fraud Cases Identification
  • Human Resources Analytics Roles in State Enterprise
  • Transition State Deisgn for Organic Farming Promotion Policy
  • Text-to-Emotion Approach for Major Depressive Disorder Identification

Interests

  • Data Governance
  • Data Science and Big Data Technology
  • Data Privacy and GDPR
  • Data Mining and Text Mining
  • Data Visualization and Business Intelligence
  • Data Quality Measurement and Indicators
  • Chief Data OfficerDevelopment
  • Data-Driven Organization Development
  • Health Informatics
  • Legal Informatics and Computational Law
  • Human Resource Analytics
  • Social Informatics
  • Social Networking and Social Computing
  • Information Technology Law and Policy
  • Information Technology Valuation
  • Database and Data Warehousing
  • Information Retrieval
  • Decision Support Systems

Current Advisees

Phd Thesis Thematic Total Students Net Load
Official 3 1 3 7 5
Unofficial 3 5 4 12 913
Total 6 6 7 19 1413

[Phd]
Kritiyaporn Kunsook (Krit)

Promoting Guidelines And Strategies For The State Transitioning Of Conventional Farming To Be Organic Farming

(proposal passed)

[Phd]
Pimploi Tirastittam (Ploi)

Talent Management for Information Technology Personnel: Case of Thailand's Government Sector

(proposal passed)

[Phd]
Suchittra Pongpisutsopa (Aom)

Human Resource Analytics Adoption Framework for High Performance State-owned Enterprises (HP-SOEs)

(proposal passed)

[Thesis]
Supawit Marenrgsit (Grajome)

A Two-stage Text-to-Emotion Depressive Disorder Identification From Online Community Text

(proposal passed)

[Thematic Paper]
Naphat Chowpaknam (Boat)

Text Classification Model for Offences Relating to Public Administration Cases in Thailand : Cases of Malfeasance in Office

(proposal passed)

[Thematic Paper]
Noprada Jirarattanapan (Joy)

Study in Media Behavior for Financial Knowledge towards Aging Society

(proposal passed)

[Thematic Paper]
Wastanont Leungsireekoon (Zen)

The Study and Design of the Trust Model in Aspect of Data Governance Service Level Agreement for Data Usage on Cloud Computing Platform

(proposal passed)

Sawika Chindarattanaporn (Mint)

Phd

Suphitcha Chanrueang (Sue)

Phd

Wichian Boonyaprapa (Aod)

Phd

Chitanut Tachepun (Te)

Thesis

Hassawat Chuekul (Tong)

Thesis

Kamolwan Krathinthong (Pukpik)

Thesis

Prachya Phasuk (Tong)

Thesis

Thanaboon Yongthasaneekul (Champ)

Thesis

Atichar Sanpradit (Aum)

Thematic Paper

Somboon Buamongkonthip (Boon)

Thematic Paper

Suphakorn Palathai (Korn)

Thematic Paper

Tharapong Sutthirak (M)

Thematic Paper

Current Candidates

  • [Phd]: Kritiyaporn Kunsook (Krit)
  • [Phd]: Pimploi Tirastittam (Ploi)
  • [Phd]: Suchittra Pongpisutsopa (Aom)
  • [Thesis]: Supawit Marenrgsit (Grajome)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Naphat Chowpaknam (Boat)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Noprada Jirarattanapan (Joy)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Wastanont Leungsireekoon (Zen)

Future Candidates

  • [Phd]: Sawika Chindarattanaporn (Mint)
  • [Phd]: Suphitcha Chanrueang (Sue)
  • [Phd]: Wichian Boonyaprapa (Aod)
  • [Thesis]: Chitanut Tachepun (Te)
  • [Thesis]: Hassawat Chuekul (Tong)
  • [Thesis]: Kamolwan Krathinthong (Pukpik)
  • [Thesis]: Prachya Phasuk (Tong)
  • [Thesis]: Thanaboon Yongthasaneekul (Champ)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Atichar Sanpradit (Aum)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Somboon Buamongkonthip (Boon)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Suphakorn Palathai (Korn)
  • [Thematic Paper]: Tharapong Sutthirak (M)

Total Publications: 72

IntJnlNatJnlIntCnfNatCnfTotal
201921--3
201821216
20172210115
20161-6411
20154114-19
20142-619
20131-2-3
20121---1
2011----0
2010----0
20091---1
2008--2-2
2007--1-1
2006---11
Total16543872

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International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Kansadub T. Data Mining Model and Application for Stroke Prediction: a Combination of Demographic and Medical Screening Data Approach. Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research (JTIR). 2019;13(1):1-8.

Abstract

This paper presents the data mining process that was used for building a stroke prediction model based on demographic information and medical screening data. The data that was gathered from a physical therapy center in Thailand comprised of outpatients’ medical records, medical screening forms, and a target variable. A group of 147 stroke patients and 294 non-stroke individuals with six demographic predictors were selected for the study. Three classification algorithms were used in the study. These were; Naïve Bayes, Decision Tree, and Artificial Neural Network (ANN). They were used to analyze the data collected and the results were compared. They were evaluated by use of a 10-fold cross-validation method. The selection criteria were primarily measured by accuracy and the area under ROC curve (AUC). The secondary selection criteria were indicated by False-Positive Rate (FPR) and False-Negative Rate (FNR). The results showed that the best performing algorithm that was studied was ANN combined with integrated data. This approach have an overall accuracy of 0.84, an AUC of 0.90, a FPR of 0.12 and an FNR of 0.25. The results of the study demonstrated that ANN with the integration of demographic and medical screening data produced the best predictive performance compared to the other models. This result was found according to both the primary and secondary model selection criteria.

#DataMining #Stroke

International Journal
Fukprapi C, Thammaboosadee S, Lacap JP. Combination Of Environmental And Economic Factors In Coronary Heart Disease Prevalence Identification. The International Journal of Applied Biomedical Engineering (IJABME) . 2019;12(1):1-12.

Abstract

World Health Organization (WHO) reports that coronary heart disease (CHD), one of the non-communicable diseases (NCD), is the leading cause of death around the world. The main risk factors are mostly medical factors such as hypertension, diabetes and physical inactivity. This research proposes new additional factors including economic and environmental factors to create a predictive model of coronary heart disease in global aspect using data mining process. The based medical risk factors and new blended variables were reviewed from WHO report and some reliable related research. The historical data were collected from public health organization reports. The classification techniques used to predict for the prevalence of coronary disease were experimented by several techniques. The finding of this research showed that the decision tree algorithm provided the best classification model, and gradient boosted tree algorithm provided the best regression model. The most important factor of the decision tree model was an average income per household. The result of this research can present a risk of CHD on visualization to support the management of medical resources.

#DataMining #CoronaryHeartDisease

International Journal
Tirastittam P, Thammaboosadee S, Chuckpaiwong R. A Study of Bureaucracy in the Digital Transformation Era: A Global Organizational Context. ITMSOC Transactions on Innovation and Business Engineering (ITMSOC-IBE) . 2018;3(1):30-4.

Abstract

Max Weber’s bureaucratic theory has been one of the most powerful and well known practical method for the organization for a very long time. Since the globalization, the world has changed the way of doing business, especially in the cultural and human resources for organizations. While facing the pressure from the practice in digital transformation era, the bureaucratic organizations still working in the paperwork could not suddenly transform into the other business practice based on digitization. This paper will discuss how the bureaucratic organizations in the digital transformation era are doing and how they can survive by the talent management (the better human resource) to improve the organization’s working efficiency.

#OrganizationalDevelopment #DigitalTransformation

International Journal
Dumthanasarn N, Thammaboosadee S, Darakorn Na Ayuthaya S. Comparative Study of Open Government Data Law towards Data Governance Legal Frameworks. ITMSOC Transactions on Information Technology Management (ITMSOC-ITM). 2018;3(1):25-31.

Abstract

The objective of this research is to review the data governance aspects, especially the use of open data law in different countries including USA, Republic of Korea, and Thailand. Currently, a draft version of Thailand Open Government Data Law is based on Data Governance Framework and Components from Data Governance Institute (DGI). This comparative study could be a guideline for both legislators and government to refine some aspects of law suitable for the context of Thailand.

#DataGovernance #OpenData #Law

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Kaewthai R. Artificial Neural Network based on Control Chart Patterns for Insulin Dose Titration Identification Modeling. ITMSOC Transactions on Information Technology Management (ITMSOC-ITM). 2017;2(1):34-8.

Abstract

Diabetes is a chronic disease that increases the risk of developing a number of serious health problems, and still requires the expensive prolonged treatment throughout lifespan for inpatients. The diabetes inpatients should receive the appropriate treatments in order to reduce the rates of both severe complications and premature mortality. This research aims to develop the classification model based on medical record of diabetic inpatients for medication adjustment, by applying the control chart patterns into an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) as a feature extraction process. This research is extended from the previous work which proposed the comparison between the Independent Dose Titration Model (IDT) and the Historical Dose Titration Model (HDT), especially for the Insulin, the lowest performance drug type. The results of this paper could support the decision making in medication adjustment for diabetes inpatients, particularly type-2 diabetes inpatients.

#DataScience #DataMining #BioMedicalEngineering

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S, Darakorn S, Watanapa B. Sentence Identification System based on Criminal Law Ontology. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology. 2017;31(3):308-22.

Abstract

In this research, an identification system is proposed for the benefit of determining a possible sentence and retrieving the related cases under criminal law codes of Thailand. The system is based on the developed criminal law ontology for the advantage of structuralizing and semanticizing in selected articles. From the underlying legal elements described in law codes textually, the ontology shall provide the determination of possible sentences which consist of judgment and theoretically figured range of punishments. An application has been designed and demonstrated in two consequential modules: the legal elements identification and the sentence identification. The developed ontology and its extended web application will be shown and illustrated as a sequential flow and evaluated by the legal experts and the end-users. The evaluation results showed that the averaged satisfactions for both groups of experts and end-users were 89% and 84%, respectively.

#CriminalLaw #Law #Ontology #UserAcceptance

International Journal
Aunsan S, Thammaboosadee S. Constructing a Risk Behavior Guideline for Adolescent Students Using Decision Tree. ITMSOC Transactions on Information Technology Management (ITMSOC-ITM). 2016;1(1):9-13.

Abstract

The main objective of education is to offer the best quality of life to the student. One way to achieve the best quality of life is to reduce and improve adolescent problem by discovering knowledge for providing the problem factors to the institution. In this research, the knowledge is extractable through student database. The decision tree data mining technique is used to build six adolescent students behavior models and to provide an overall accuracy of 90%. Six classification models are constructed based on risk behavior groups, and are then used to create student behavior guideline to support teacher decision making.

#DataScience #DataMining #Education #SocialSciencce

International Journal
Iamongkot S, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Discovering Association between Metabolic Syndrome and Its Related Chronic Diseases Represented by ICD-10 Code. Journal of Advances in Information Technology. 2015;6(4):258-61.

Abstract

This paper applies the association rules method to discover the relationship between metabolic syndrome and its chronic diseases. The sample data used in this research is medical records specified to metabolic syndrome patients in a large government hospital. The Apriori and FP-Growth algorithms are chosen to be compared in the performance and applicable results of extracting the relationship of the metabolic syndrome patient records represented by ICD-10 code. The results show that the Apriori can extract 6 rules and 724 rules from FP-Growth. The comparative results between Apriori and FP-Growth found that 6 rules are common. The overall results show that the metabolic syndrome patients mostly have strong relationships with hypertension, obesity and diabetes. Interestingly, these diseases often occur with the patients was diagnosed that was metabolic syndrome. Additionally, the results would bring to the suggestion in metabolic syndrome patients to know about the relationship of these chronic diseases. Moreover, the physicians could use this guide for the treatment strategy in the future.

#DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare

International Journal
Onsumran C, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Gold Price Volatility Prediction by Text Mining in Economic Indicators News. Journal of Advances in Information Technology. 2015;6(4):243-7.

Abstract

This paper focuses on the text mining approach of the gold prices volatility prediction model from the textual of economic indicators news articles. The model is designed and developed to analyze how the news articles influence gold price volatility. The selected reliable source of news articles is provided by FXStreet which offers several economic indicators such as Economic Activity, Markit Manufacturing PMI, Bill Auction, Building Permits, ISM Manufacturing Index, Redbook index, Retail Sales, Durable Goods Orders, etc. The data will be used to build text classifiers and news group affecting volatility price of gold. According to the fundamental of data mining process, each news article is firstly transformed in to feature by TF-IDF method. Then, the comparative experiment is set up to measure the accuracy of combination of two attributes weighting approaches, which are Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Chi-Squared Statistic, and three classification algorithms, which are the k-Nearest Neighbour, SVM and Naive Bayes. The results show that the SVM method is the most superior to other methods in both attributes weighting and classifier viewpoint.

#DataMining #DataScience #Economics #TextMining

International Journal
Bunnak P, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Applying Data Mining Techniques and extended RFM Model in Customer Loyalty Measurement. Journal of Advances in Information Technology. 2015;6(4):238-42.

Abstract

This paper proposes a loyalty measurement model of individual customer for the benefit in creating of marketing campaign and activities as well as the suitable products and services for customers and establishment of good customer relationship. This study adapts the concept of RFM (Recency- Frequency-Monetary) model and applies to database of customer purchases and the customer type. The business type of selected organization is commercial business. To apply the RFM concept to find customer loyalty according to type of customer, the customer loyalty is partitioned into 5 classes using k-means clustering algorithm and is heuristically assigned customer types: Platinum, Gold, and Silver. Type of customers is then brought into consideration the extending of the RFM Model with customer analytics to make it even better customer classification performance. Finally, the classification system generates decision rules to find out the loyalty of new future customers using C4.5 decision tree algorithm.

#DataMining #DataScience #CRM

International Journal
Poonun S, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Function-Oriented Business Process Improvement Framework for Customer Relationship Management Section in Large Scale Organization. International Journal of Knowledge Engineering. 2015;1(3):219-22.

Abstract

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is critical and essential to such organization, especially to the large scale organization since its involved customers may be covered to the people, citizen, organization or government sections. Anyway, according to the nature and culture of the traditional job design, their business processes are costly and inconsistent because of their actor (or department) oriented design which leads to the difficulties in improvements. This paper proposes an idea of improving the business processes, based on Business Process Improvement (BPI) concept in function-oriented, to solve the existing work problems and suggest the possible solution for the future to achieve the organization goal. The evaluation was done by both the officer and the executive.

#BPI #CRM

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S. A Multi-Stage Framework of Textual Criminal Cases Categorization: Criminal and Legal Elements Approach. The Journal of Information Security Research. 2014;5(4):119-26.

Abstract

This paper proposes an identification framework of the possible criminal offences charges based on textual criminal cases of the Civil Law system. The framework is constructed as the model, devised as a multi-stage based on the defined charges structure in criminal law codes. The first stage is to modularly identify type of action which is designed based on the offences charges abstractly categorized by defined criminal elements. The second stage is to identify the additional legal elements, leading to general provisions which may affect to the sentence or amount of punishments. This classification stage is designed as multiple autonomous classification system. The integrated model is expected to be able to categorize charge type and provisional legal elements and to predict the final possible sentence and range of punishment. An evaluation aims to achieve high accuracy of classification while reserving explainable results, which is required in an application of legal domain.

#CriminalLaw #DataMining #TextMining

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Watanapa B, Chan JH, Silparcha U. A Two-Stage Classifier That Identifies Charge and Punishment under Criminal Law of Civil Law System. IEICE Trans. Inf. & Syst.. 2014;E97-D(4):864-75.

Abstract

A two-stage classifier is proposed that identifies criminal charges and a range of punishments given a set of case facts and attributes. Our supervised-learning model focuses only on the offences against life and body section of the criminal law code of Thailand. The first stage identifies a set of diagnostic issues from the case facts using a set of artificial neural networks (ANNs) modularized in hierarchical order. The second stage extracts a set of legal elements from the diagnostic issues by employing a set of C4.5 decision tree classifiers. These linked modular networks of ANNs and decision trees form an effective system in terms of determining power and the ability to trace or infer the relevant legal reasoning behind the determination. Isolated and system-integrated experiments are conducted to measure the performance of the proposed system. The overall accuracy of the integrated system can exceed 90%. An actual case is also demonstrated to show the effectiveness of the proposed system.

#DataMining #DataScience #CriminalLaw

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Watanapa B. Identification of Criminal Case Diagnostic Issues: a Modular ANN Approach. The International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making. 2013;12(3):523-46.

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A knowledge discovery model has been developed to manage the facts discovered in criminal cases in the court of law and to identify the relevant diagnostic issues. This study focuses on the offence against life and body section of the criminal law codes of Thailand. To identify the criminal case diagnostic issues, a set of artificial neural networks (ANN) classifiers is heuristically configured and modularly organized to operate upon the discovered facts. This modular network of ANNs forms an effective system in terms of determining power and ability to trace or infer the relevant reasoning of such a determination. Experiments have been conducted to demonstrate the applicability of ANN for various case studies and to generate comparative results for providing insights into both technical and legal aspects of these cases. In this study, a modular ANN with the support of Principal Component Analysis (PCA) as an automatic input selection mechanism provided the best results with accuracy up to 99%, using 10-fold cross-validation. A sample case is included to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed system.

#DataMining #DataScience #CriminalLaw

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Watanapa B, Charoenkitkarn N. A Framework of Multi-Stage Classifier for Identifying Criminal Law Sentences. Procedia Computer Science. 2012;13(1):53-9.

Abstract

This paper proposes a framework to identify the relevant law articles consisting of sentences and range of punishments, given facts discovered in the criminal case of interest. The model is formulated as a two-stage classifier according to the concept of machine learning. The first stage is to determine a set of case diagnostic issues, using a modular Artificial Neural Network (mANN), and the second stage is to determine the relevant legal elements which lead to legal charges identification, using SVM-equipped C4.5. The integrated multi-stage model aims at achieving high accuracy of classification while reserving “arguability”. Hypothetically, mANN handles well for digesting complexity in case-level issues analysis with acceptable explanatory power and C4.5 addresses the lesser extent of contingency and provides human-interpretable logic concerning the high-level context of legal codes.

#DataMining #DataScience #CriminalLaw

International Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Silparcha U. A GUI Prototype for the Framework of Criminal Judicial Reasoning System. Journal of Inter Commercial Law and Technology. 2009;4(3):224-30.

Abstract

This paper proposed a developed graphical user interface (GUI) prototype, which is supported by the framework of data mining techniques-based criminal judicial reasoning system. The GUI sequences of the prototype are satisfied with criminal judicial procedure in civil law system. Initially, user must build the model by input the existing incident and specifying the detail of objects, elements of crime, charge and judgment. After enough training, the prototype will be ready to determine judgments from new occurred incidents. The prototype shows only the results of each module which help in the decision process. This GUI prototype is useful with lawyers, courts or other people who want to determine the guilt, charges and judgments in their incidents.

#GUI #CriminalLaw #Law

National Journal
Khunsoongnoen S, Thammaboosadee S, Wattanasirichaigoon S. Using Predicting Analytics to Determine Discharge Status and Mortality in Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients based on Surgery and Medical Procedures (in Thai). KKU Research Journal (Graduate Studies) . 2019;19(2):1-15.

Abstract

Sepsis and Septic shock are the major health problems that effect to more mortality rates of patients in Thailand and worldwide including Ratchaburi Hospital. It’s the big government hospital in Thailand and it has sepsis and septic shock patients approximately 6,697 cases. We applied the data mining to create the prediction model of patients who are survival and create decision rules for help the doctor to decide about discharge status of sepsis and septic shock patients who have surgery or procedures and compare the various methods are Naive Bayes, Logistic Regression, Deep learning, Decision tree and Gradient Boosted Trees. The results showed Gradient Boosted Trees is the highest performance but Decision tree is the method that simple to understand and not complicated more than Gradient Boosted Trees and the performance of Decision tree is slightly different between highest performance method. So, we choose the model of Decision tree to create rules for decision making followed by the objectives of the research. The results of this research maybe increase the efficiency of preoperative risk assessment and it maybe decrease the mortality rates including the doctor can make effective decisions before discharge that maybe effect to lower re-admission.

#DataScience #DataMining #Septic

National Journal
Pongpisutsopa S, Thammaboosadee S, Chuckpaiwong R. HR Analytics: Evolutions, Organizational Adaptation, Lesson Learnt, and Future Trends (in Thai). Human Resources and Organization Development Journal . 2018;10(1):126-62.

Abstract

This academic article presents Human Resource Analytics (HR analytics) in several aspects which are: evolution, element, lesson learnt, and future trends. Our study base on research and academic articles from reliable sources. Nowadays HR analytics has essential roles to link between HR activities and business outcomes. This study found that HR analytics process has continuous improvement, and many organizations primarily invest in HR analytics that adds value to themselves. Many organizations have been shifting Human Resource from an Inside/outside (Inside Out) to an Outside/inside (Outside In) approach, so they have been making HR practitioner as a professional and a business partner. The crucial factors are organizational structure and analytical skills that support HR analytics in the organizations and succeed. Finally, it is imperative that study and understands the lesson learnt, and the suggestions are change HR analytics from management fashion to management decisions. This article shows broader viewpoint of HR analytics, in-depth adaptation, and cooperate challenge.

#HRAnalytics #HumanResources

National Journal
Supadol T, Thammaboosadee S. Correlation and Predictive Model for O-NET Score Level of Sixth-Grade Students Based on Teacher and School Characteristics (in Thai). Veridian E-journal Science and Technology Silpakorn University. 2017;4(3):101-16.

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This research aimsto create a correlation and predictive model for O-NET score level of sixth-grade students based on teacherand schoolcharacteristics to be used as a guide in planning and promoting the quality and the standards of education by the stakeholders. The models were experimented by the Neural Network based on the schools and teacher’s characteristics along with the O-NET scores of eight subjects. The characteristics included the teaching experience, graduated fields, size of the schools, and average scores for each school. The results showed that there was more than 80% accuracy for each subject. This could be proved by the selected variables affected the O-NET score level since they were not inter-correlated when measured by correlation matrix. This research could predict the O-NET Score with reasonable accuracy and could be applied to worked better results.

#DataMining #DataScience #Education

National Journal
Chanrod S, Thammaboosadee S. The Design and Evaluation of Business and Information Architecture Blueprint for the Oil and Gas Business Licensing (in Thai). Veridian E-journal Science and Technology Silpakorn University. 2017;4(3):138-56.

Abstract

The oil and gas business isan important energy-related sector needed for high quality standard due to the safety of involving persons and environment. The business licensing is a process which is legally regulated to control this standard.Thus, they are supervised by the regulator andperform according to the law. Currently,the oil and gas business licensing service is runningbased on the complex and redundantprocesses, conditionsand procedures.It consists ofvariousdocument forms, several servicechannels,and manyredundantproceduresupon the business characteristicand causes the difficulties for the officers and regulators to proceed the business in time. This also leadsto the waste of time in work process and low performance in the organization.According to mentioned situation,this paperproposes the design and evaluation of business and information architectureblueprintbased on the concept of the enterprise architecture concept.The blueprint is evaluated by simulated situations and the results show that it can reduce theoperational time and redundancy.

#EnterpriseArchitecture #BusinessArchitecture #DataArchitecture

National Journal
Thammaboosadee S, Nirattisai A. A Decision Model in Graduate Studies Enrollment from Attitude Factors in Social Media Usage (in Thai). Journal of Industrial Education. 2015;9(2):63-71.

Abstract

This study aimed to build a decision model in Information Technology (IT) Management curriculum enrollment based on attitude factors in social media usage. The samples used in this study consisted of 208 people who are studying or interest in IT-related fields such as Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Technology Management, etc. The data from the questionnaire was pre-analyzed to discover the relationship between attitude factors and enrollment decisions. Consequently, the decision model based on the Decision Tree was built to plan the admission strategies. This model was built from four factor groups: demographic factors, education factors, media awareness factors, and attitude in social media factors. A set of decision rules obtained from the model was applied for the effective strategic planning of new student enrollment via social media. The results of the public relations showed that a number of enrollees were superior than the traditional and non-strategic methods.

#DataMining #DataScience #Education #SocialMedia

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Dumthanasarn N. Proposed Amendments of Public Information Act towards Data Governance Framework for Open Government Data: Context of Thailand . In: The Proceedings of The 2018 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science International Conference (TIMES-iCON2018); 2018;Bangkok, Thailand; 2018. p.1-5.

Abstract

Data Governance for open government data is a significant process which defines the roles and responsibilities of the person in charge of data management in a government agency to gain the open government data and to use it correctly, ensure the security of personal data including defining the standardization of data, consistency and effectively link and use open data between the agencies. Many countries have already considered data governance and dissemination of open government data to the citizen imperative. Although Thailand has prescribed a draft of public information act, data governance for government data is still unclear. Hence, this research proposes a conceptual legal framework for open government data in data governance aspects. The results of preliminary studies from the previous research are used in this paper including gap analysis and compare results between Public Information Act of the United States of America, the Republic of Korea and the current draft of Public Information Act of Thailand. The coverage issues are on the organizational structure, organizational roles, and responsibilities of Public Information Committee. The proposed amendments is applied in the current draft of the Public Information act for Thailand. This includes defining the standardization and security on open data by taking the existing data governance framework as a guideline for determining the procedures and compliance according to the data governance framework for Thailand.

#DataGovernance #OpenData #PublicInformationAct #Law

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Wongpitak P. An Integration of Requirement Forecasting and Customer Segmentation Models towards Prescriptive Analytics For Electrical Devices Production. In: The Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Information Technology (InCIT 2018); 2018;Khon Kaen, Thailand; 2018. p.1-5.

Abstract

Material requirement planning is an essential role of a manufacturing business. Manufacturers need to find an effective way to manage material planning among the changes. This research is designed to create an integrated model of time series purchasing forecasting model and customer segmentation model in electrical equipment procurement for risk assessment and prescriptive model building. The methods used for forecasting are compared between Gradient Boosted Tree (GBT), Artificial Neural Network (ANN) and Decision Trees (DT) while the K-Means Clustering is selected to segment customers optimally. Henceforth, customers can be classified into three groups; Good, Moderate and Normal. The results of both methods are then used to generate a risk assessment matrix. Finally, the researcher analyze with the prescriptive analytics driven by the evolutionary optimization method to create a strategy and allocate parts which align to customer behaviour and according to the company policy.

#DataScience #PrescriptiveAnalytics #PredictiveAnalytics #DescriptiveAnalytics

International Conference
Tirastittam P, Thammaboosadee S, Chuckpaiwong R. A Study of Bureaucratic Organizations in the Digital Transformation Era: a Global Context. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science inter conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.80-3.

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Max Weber’s bureaucratic theory has been one of the most powerful and well known practical method for the organization for a very long time. Since the globalization, the world has changed the way of doing business, especially in the cultural and human resources for organizations. While facing the pressure from the practice in digital transformation era, the bureaucratic organizations still working in the paperwork could not suddenly transform into the other business practice based on digitization. This paper will discuss how the bureaucratic organizations in the digital transformation era are doing and how they can survive by the talent management (the better human resource) to improve the organization’s working efficiency.

#OrganizationalDevelopment #DigitalTransformation

International Conference
Dumthanasarn N, Thammaboosadee S, Darakorn Na Ayutthaya S. Inter Comparative Review of Open Government Data Law in Data Governance Aspects towards Legal Frameworks for Thailand. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science inter conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.92-6.

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The objective of this research is to review the data governance aspects, especially the use of open data law in different countries including USA, Republic of Korea, and Thailand. Currently, a draft version of Thailand Open Government Data Law is based on Data Governance Framework and Components from Data Governance Institute (DGI). This comparative study could be a guideline for both legislators and government to refine some aspects of law suitable for the context of Thailand.

#Law #DataGovernance #OpenData

International Conference
Yuttanawa K, Thammaboosadee S, Wattanasirichaigoon S. A Prediction Model of Prescription Medication for Smoking Cessation Treatment Program. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.110-3.

Abstract

Smoking in Thailand has tended to rise. The study on the burden of disease from risk behavior in Thai population revealed the number of deaths from diseases related to smoking is 11.6 percent of the total death. Successful smoking cessation is considered to be difficult. Helping smokers to quit smoking is an important duty of medical personnel whose roles to treatment. The two treatment options are pharmacological treatment and non-pharmacological treatment. In this research, the data provided by clinics participating in the smoking cessation program under the Thai Physicians Alliance against Tobacco (TPAAT). This paper aims to develop the classification model for prescription drug to smoking cessation based on personal health record by applying these algorithms; Decision Tree, Random Forest, k-Nearest Neighbor, Artificial Neural Network with multiple hidden layers.Finding from the study is beneficial for health personnel to make clinical decision support for the better coverage of treatment for smokers.

#DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare

International Conference
Fukprapi C, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. A Blending of Economic and Environmental Indicators in Coronary Heart Disease Risk and Prevalence Prediction Model. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.114-8.

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World Health Organization (WHO) reports that coronary heart disease (CHD), one of the noncommunicable diseases (NCD) is main causes of death around the world .The main risk factors are mostly medical factors. This research proposes a new additional factors by blending economic and environmental factors to create a predictive model of coronary heart disease using data mining process. The based medical risk factors and new blended variables were reviewed from WHO report, related research, and experimental economic factors. The data were collected from public health organization reports. The classification techniques used to predict for the prevalence of coronary disease are compared between linear regression, neural network, polynomial regression and Support Vector Machine. The model was measured a relative error to identify the best model. The result of this research can present a risk of CHD on visualization to support the management of medical resources.

#DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare

International Conference
Sriwiang S, Thammaboosadee S, Pattanaprateep O. An ETL Procedure for Non-Cancer Drug Use Data towards Breast Cancer Risk Prediction Model. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.119-23.

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This study led the ETL process (Extract-Transform-Load) to manage data valid and appropriate for water use in the development of breast cancer risk prediction model based on non-cancer drugs use data. Starting with the extraction of data from multiple large databases, and selecting only the required data and transforming the data into a form that can be used cleaning, joining, mapping, filtering and finally loading to data warehouse. In the future, if the database management system has the same storage format and all data is merged into a centralized database, it will make the data utilization to beeasier and faster.

#DataScience #ETL #Healthcare

International Conference
Kingsuwan N, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. An Integration Paradigm towards Data Architecture for Judicial Administration Organization in Big Data Era. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.132-6.

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At the presents, the justice in criminal cases are significantly involved by several domain of stakeholders in the process. Those stakeholders include the police, investigative staff, the Forensic Science Institute, the Office of the Narcotics Control Board, justice court agent, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection, the Department of Probation, and the Department of Rights and Liberties Protection. The process of each aforementioned cooperative sector consists of a process of evidence consideration, which is very important to trial and prosecution of the offender and the rights of victims in the criminal justice system. In the present, however, the data transferring between each sector is ineffective due to the lack of unity of the structure, which varies in both document and digital data transferring. Thus, this leads to imbalance and misconnection in data exchange within sectors, and monitoring and management of the judicial proceedings. Nowadays, this undeniable not industry refuses to implement technology in their operation to improve their value and performance. Nevertheless, most of the data which could be beneficial are unstructured data due to the disruption of Big Data technology. Although, it is necessary to build an integrating paradigm for data architecture as the guideline to visualize and understand the process of data input and output from the source to destination, including the scope of accessing rights of the related units. This research would be beneficial for adding value, resolving data conflicts, and to the improvement of access to justice in the judicial process in a transparent manner in big data era.

#DataArchitecture #EnterpriseArchitecture #Justice

International Conference
Chinomi B, Thammaboosadee S. A Two-Stage Customer Retention Model For Real Estate Firm: Neural Networks Approach. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.137-41.

Abstract

The residential industry currently presents an expansion of demand in the residential which has been increasing in transference for 57. Against to step up to be Thailand’s top 5 property development companies there are strategic. Approaching to the needs of different customer groups is the key for enhancing the quality of customer’s life and delivering good things to the society. This paper proposes a neural networkbased customer retention model to predict the loyalty of customers. The proposed client prediction model consists of two stages including registration to reservation and registration to transference. A technique used in this research is the neural network with multiple hidden layers. The experiment shows that the proposed model could predict the willing of customers in reservation and transference achievement due to their registration profile.

#DataScience #DataMining #CRM

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Sapan M. Content-Based Modular Crafting Text Classification and Association Model for Phishing Email Detection. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.142-6.

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Different types of internet attack have currently increased exponentially. One of internet attacks that have been used for many years is Phishing which affects to some internet users. This trend has caused an enormous scale of losses to victims. This research proposes the text classification and association system for analyzing phishing email contents based on the specified eight pre-defined features. The dataset of this study is provided by www.419scam.org. The classification model was created by the C4.5 Decision Tree method, and the FP-Growth algorithm was chosen for association model. The overall classification model performance is greater than 80% when the binary occurrence is used as an indicator. The decision-making rules are further analyzed facilitated by the association rules discovery method to determine the relation of features for creating the final phishing determination model. This research could help in analyzing email contents and determining whether there is a risk of them being phishing emails. In the future, it is therefore suggested the research should be extended to analyzing other email components such as the domain reliability and files attached in the email.

#DataScience #TextMining

International Conference
Wongpitak P, Thammaboosadee S. A Time-Series Modular Material Requirement Forecasting Model For Electrical Devices. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.147-9.

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to create a model for material requirement time-series forecasting model for electrical devices, regarding thematerialrequirement is core manufacturing business, and it consists of many raw materials which have different lead-time and condition to purchase. The paper used data collection (2016-2017) from Supply Chain Management Department, one of the electronic company in Ayutthaya. In this study, the Neural network and Linear Regression are utilized for time series forecasting. The researcher creates time series forecasting for MRP equipment by optimization. The results can be concluded Neural network provide the lowest relative error comparing to another method.

#DataMining #Forecasting #MaterialRequirementPlanning

International Conference
Pattamawipak P, Thammaboosadee S, Wattanasirichaigoon S. A Design of Data Integration towards Data Architecture for Transsexual Citizen: Medical Procedures and Social Impact Approaches. In: The Proceedings of The 2017 Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2017); 2017;Nakon Pathom, Thailand; 2017. p.150-6.

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This research introduces a design of data architecture for procedures of sex reassignment surgery including social impact after the transition .By the theory of The Open Group Architecture Framework)TOGAF .(There are according to several organizations such as surgical hospital, health services agency for transsexuals, health insurance, government agencies and other related establishments .The purpose of regularizing a data of transsexual procedures for stakeholder can access data from the identical data center . Both centralized a data for psychiatric diagnosis, hormone replacement therapy, sex reassignment surgery and simplify data to gender recognition of transsexual citizen after the transition .Not only process of surgery, but also care procedures of social aspects .The results are planned to be evaluated in two ways, Expert Assessment and Scenario.

#DataArchitecture #EnterpriseArchitecture #Healthcare

International Conference
Ak-sornchoo P, Thammaboosadee S. Applying Agile Concept in Dysfunctional Family Problems Solving using Extension of Social Network Application. In: The Proceedings of The 2016 International Conference on Progress in Informatics and Computing (PIC-2016); 2016;Shanghai, China; 2016. p.684-8.

Abstract

At the present, many dysfunctional family problems have been found in Thailand. Parallelly, the social network applications have become famous, especially in Thailand, and its addiction and adoption is very essential. Therefore, the objective of this research is the design of social network application framework to support the close-knit family. The solution of the proposed framework is based on Agile Project Management concept since it is an IT project management to support the frequency tracking work by daily and weekly which is expected to support and solve the family problems efficiently. The proposed framework was designed as the add-in functions into Facebook which aims to reduce the family problems from the previous study. The proposed framework is presented as mock-up video presentation and was evaluated by experts in IT, social science, psychology field and family expertise.

#Agile #SocialMedia #SocialScience #UserAcceptance

International Conference
Chanrod S, Thammaboosadee S. Study of the Status and the Readiness for Development of an Enterprise Architecture in the Oil and Gas Business Licensing. In: The Proceedings of The 1st Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2016); 2016;Bangkok, Thailand; 2016. p.151-9.

Abstract

The oil and gas are the importance resource, energy, for alive. The fuel for transportation and electricity production. Thus, the oil and gas supplier must perform according to the fuel control law. The one method for control is the licensing. The oil and gas business must inform, register or permitted, upon the business type, before carry out. The condition and procedure of fuel business licensing, are complexity. There are variety forms format and several government authorities that provide licensing service separately. It is difficult to interconnect, data communicate and data collection for energy business statistic. Therefore, this paper studies as-is of the oil and gas business licensing and create the baseline of further enterprise architecture development.

#EnterpriseArchitecture #Energy

International Conference
Ak-sornchoo P, Thammaboosadee S. Factors Analysis of Dysfunctional Family Problems in Thailand to Support the Close-knit Family in Globalization. In: The Proceedings of The 1st Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2016); 2016;Bangkok, Thailand; 2016. p.182-7.

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At the present, the social becomes like an extensive globalization which are adapted for deterritorialization, interconnectedness between people, reducing velocity of human activities, cultural affect, politics, and economic. There are the innovation for digital economy in Thailand that using Information Technology to manage the economic leading to improve the management process. Among of available channels the social network applications such as Facebook, Line, Twitter, and Instagram had become famous nowadays. This research would like to study the factors which related between the family social and using social network applications via survey and discussion the result for virtual presentation. The survey was tested the validity and reliability before the public survey. The results from 450 respondents show that the top three of the dysfunctional family problems related to social network as a solution are asynchronous time, sharing idea, and spending time together.

#Agile #SocialMedia #SocialScience #UserAcceptance

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Kaewthai R. Applying Control Chart Patterns and Artificial Neural Network in Insulin Dose Titration Identification Modeling. In: The Proceedings of The 1st Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2016); 2016;Bangkok, Thailand; 2016. p.26-30.

Abstract

Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires continuous treatment throughout lifespan and increased risk opportunity of developing a number of serious health problems, which are high treatment cost. Admitted diabetes inpatients should receive the appropriate treatment in order to reduce rating of severe complications and premature death. This research aims to develop the classification model for diabetic medication adjustment based on historical medical record of diabetic inpatients by applying control chart patterns as a feature extraction procedure and Artificial neural network (ANN). This research is extended and improved from the previous work which proposed the comparison between the Independent Dose Titration Model (IDT) and the Historical Dose Titration Model (HDT), especially for the Insulin which was the lowest performance drug type. The results of this paper could support the decision making in medication adjustment of diabetes inpatients, particularly type-2 diabetes inpatients.

#DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare #BiomedicalEngineering

International Conference
Sudchukiat K, Kiattisin S, Darakorn Na Ayuthaya S, Thammaboosadee S, Samanchuen T, Leelasantitham A. Software Defect Severity Classification Based on Word Visualization. In: The Proceedings of The 2016 International Workshop on Smart Info-Media Systems in Asia (SISA2016); 2016;Ayutthaya, Thailand; 2016. p.226-31.
International Conference
Boonyaprapa W, Thammaboosadee S, Sitdhiraksa N, Ratta-apha W, Apiwannarat N, Mahatchariyapong P. FP-Growth Algorithm and Discovering of Association Rule in Schizophrenic Patients with Substance Use. In: The Proceedings of Seoul International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences (SICEAS); 2016;Seoul, Republic of Korea; 2016. p.194-203.
International Conference
Kaewthai R, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Diabetes Dose Titration Identification Model. In: The 8th Biomedical Engineering International Conference (BMEiCON2015); 2015;Pattaya, Thailand; 2015. p.1-5.

Abstract

Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires continuous treatment throughout lifespan and increased risk opportunity of developing a number of serious health problems, which are high treatment cost. Admitted diabetes inpatients should receive the appropriate treatment in order to reduce rating of severe complications and premature death. This paper aims to develop the classification model for diabetic medication adjustment based on historical medical record of diabetic inpatients by applying three algorithms; Decision Tree, Naive Bayes and Artificial neural network By comparison of the results of each method, Decision Tree is outperformed than others for Independent Dose Titration Model (IDT) dataset and Artificial Neural Network algorithm generated model with high accuracy and ROC Curve for Historical Dose Titration Model (HDT) dataset. The results of this paper could support the decision making in medication adjustment of diabetes inpatients, particularly type-2 diabetes inpatients.

#DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare #BiomedicalEngineering

International Conference
Kansadub T, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S, Jalayondeja C. Stroke Risk Prediction Model based on Demographic Data. In: The 8th Biomedical Engineering International Conference (BMEiCON2015); 2015;Pattaya, Thailand; 2015. p.1-3.

Abstract

Nowadays stroke is the third leading cause of mortality of all life periods. The statistics from the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) between 1994 and 2013 found that the stroke caused 255,307 cases mortality. Period of treatment in stroke patients depends on symptom and damage of organs. It seems to be beneficial if the data analysis method likes data mining can be used to predict stroke disease to reduce amount of risk patients before initial disease. In this study, three classification algorithms: Decision Tree, Naive Bayes and Neural Network are used for predicting stroke which are model-based, superior to general statistics, and got a proper model for identification. The scope of data use is the demographic information of patients. This work was initialized by attributes selection, grouping, and resampling before modeling. This study uses the accuracy and area under ROC curve (AUC) as the indicators for evaluation. Decision tree is the most accurate and Naive Bayes is the best in AUC. The further research should also include patients' diagnosis.

#DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare #BiomedicalEngineering

International Conference
Ouppala W, Thammaboosadee S. Semantic Ontology for Fine Arts Knowledge Management. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.19-22.

Abstract

Currently, the term “Fine Art” is on the verge of disappearing in Thailand. This is due to the influence of modern technology which has come to replace the old ways of Thai culture, especially in the sector of communication and the advancements of the internet. The knowledge of fine arts has suffered as a consequence to these advancements in technology and the World Wide Web. It is a very noticeable difference comparing the past and the present in terms of the knowledge of fine arts. The objective of this research is to create and develop ontology to help retrieval of knowledge regarding fine arts and present its semantic knowledge. The results of the study are that the entire class consisting of 51 subjects. There were also 11 relationships in the form of part-of, has-a, and has-is, and showed the benefits they have gained or not from this research. The base model of semantic knowledge of the fine arts is based on the concept of ontologies. Those who are interested in fine arts can be given access to knowledge of fine arts with more accuracy and it will be more comprehensive.

#Ontology #KM #Arts

International Conference
Yotsomsak T, Thammaboosadee S. CRM Strategies Discovered by Clustering Technique and Business Intelligence. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.23-8.

Abstract

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the key management tools to gain sustainable competitive advantage and survive business among the intense competitive environment. Prior than planning and building up CRM strategies, the organization should prioritize customers into segment in order to properly manage relationship and provide services properly. This research aims to develop CRM strategies in case study; Chemical Industry by applying clustering techniques to segment customer, use Business Intelligence (BI) as the visualized tools to represent knowledge in various business dimensions and finally bring out CRM strategies to deploy in business. According to the customer data used in customer clustering, the RFM model was applied and added to the existing attributes. The clustering methods applied in this research are K-Means and EM algorithm. The clusters are generated and defined as 4 classes: Diamond, Platinum, Gold and Silver respectively. Each cluster is different in characteristic, but still not well interpreted enough to making decision without powerful presentation tools like BI. Finally, knowledge acquired from dimensional aspects in BI could lead to CRM strategies .The Organization could strengthen good relationship with individual customer and appropriately provide personalized products and services by based on customer segment.

#CRM #DataMining #DataScience #BusinessIntelligence #DataVisualization

International Conference
Prateeppattanatumrong N, Thammaboosadee S. A Truck Tires Usage Worthiness Prediction Model. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.29-33.

Abstract

Nowadays, Transportation cost is one of the significant parts in the Business operation. This method will be able to reduce the expenses of the transportation especially the factors which consumed in this case it about the truck tires. This research proposes the prediction model for the worthiness of the truck tires into dimension of distance and last long. This research uses the technology of data mining, The Artificial Neural Network model and the Liner Regression Model as the selected classification algorithm. Acquired accuracies are 99.63% and 99.54% respectively for distance and lifetime to determine the worth. The integrated to reduce the cost.

#DataMining #DataScience #Logistics

International Conference
Noydee T, Thammaboosadee S. The Hierarchical Technology Valuation Model for Big Data Technology Applied in Recruitment. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.45-50.

Abstract

Currently, the Big Data technology has been deployed in several and various business. Specific to the adoption of Big Data applications in recruiting, the goal is to find an efficient workforce which meets the organization's needs by consideration based on the factors of Big Data technology and affected factors of recruitment. The experts estimate factors that are related to the benefits of Big Data technology applied in recruitment. Then those benefits are then matched with the factors for Technology Valuation. This two-stage factor mapping is for finding the worthy values of Big Data technology applications. This paper proposes the study of factors in three domains; Big Data, recruitment, and technology valuation. Those factors are then used to construct a hierarchical model in the valuation of applying Big Data technology in recruitment section.

#BigData #TechnologyValuation #Valuation #Economics

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S [Sustarum], Thammaboosadee R, Thammaboosadee S [Sotarat]. 'Facebook' a Dreamlike Stage: Big Data Features, Performance, and Neoliberal Economic Approaches. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.115-8.

Abstract

Facebook is a well-known social media in this century which allows people to connect and promote their life with others by its various features including posting and sharing text, photos or clips. Especially in the era of “Big Data”, its features become more intelligent. However, the advance of Facebook popularity does not solely come from its intelligent functions. This study ultimately proposes to analyze the function of Facebook relating to the understanding of Performance Studies in everyday life to investigate how people ‘perform’ themselves on Facebook and how Facebook functions support user’s demanding. More importantly, this study depicts how the Big Data and social computing context related to the social context has affected the rising number of Facebook users in the present. According to wide conceptions of Performance Studies, this study has mainly adopted theories of Erving Goffman’s, a sociologist, which emphasizes on a ‘self presentation’ in everyday life in order to theorize and explain presentation of self performed by Facebook users.

#PerformanceArts #SocialMedia #Economics #BigData

International Conference
Thanongsaksakul O, Thammaboosadee S, Thammaboosadee R. A Study of Relationships of Attitudes and Behaviors towards to Usage of Google Translate of IT Students. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.230-5.

Abstract

This study is conducted due to at present a technology that is popular among students is translation tool; Google Translate (GT). It can be used with sentence, article, or the whole page documents. However, the grammar of the translated articles by GT are often not correct, so the researcher chose the translation tool GT to study the attitudes and behaviors of the students and at the same time, study the translation skill of the students. The result of the study shown that among the representative sample, the objectives of GT usage are for learning and understanding the lessons. It includes translate the articles or sentences in order to understand the subject. The attitudes of these students towards GT are it is free of charge, easy to access, convenient, and the translation can be done quickly. However, once the translation tests were given to the students, it is found that those who use GT not so frequently have higher scores than those who frequently use GT. This leads to the conclusion that the use of GT does not have any effect on students’ skills, indicated by machine translation criteria, and higher quality in English translation.

#Education #UserAcceptance

International Conference
Aunsan S, Thammaboosadee S. Constructing a Risk Behavior Guideline for Adolescent Students using Decision Tree. In: The 2nd Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2015); 2015;Bangkok, Thailand; 2015. p.257-60.

Abstract

The main objective of education is to offer the best quality of life to student. One way to achieve the best quality of life is reduce and improve adolescent problem by discovering knowledge for providing the problem factors to institution. In this research, the knowledge is extractable through student database. The decision tree data mining technique is used to build six adolescent students behavior models and provide an overall accuracy over 90%. Six classification models are constructed based on risk behavior groups and are then used create student behavior guideline to support teacher decision making.

#DataScience #DataMining #Education #SocialScience

International Conference
Kaewbooddee K, Thammaboosadee S, Wongseree W. The Data Mining Applications of Shoulder Pain Patients Treatment: Physical Therapy Equipment Usage Approaches. In: The Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Future Information and Communication Technologies for Ubiquitous Healthcare (Ubi-Health Tech 2015); 2015;Beijing, China; 2015. p.1-5.

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to apply the data mining techniques to discover and predict the recovery duration from physical therapy equipment usage patterns based on a classification system and establish selection rules of physical therapy techniques based on the association rule discovery method to support the decision making for physical therapists in the treatment of shoulder pain patients. The prediction system is driven by the usage patterns of physical therapy equipment and the association rule discovering method is applied for studying of the association in the amount of physical therapy equipment. The classification system is experimented and compared among the Naïve Bayes, Neural Network, and Decision Tree. The best result is 91.35% accurate. In addition, we present the association rule discovering method for study the association within equipment usage amount of physical therapy equipment. The best top five interesting rules are demonstrated. Both data mining applications of this research could support the decision making in the treatment of shoulder pain patients.

#DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare

International Conference
Poonun S, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Function-oriented Business Process Improvement Framework for Customer Relationship Management Section in Large Scale Organization. In: The Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT 2015); 2015;Singapore, Singapore; 2015. p.349-56.

Abstract

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is critical and essential to such organization, especially to the large scale organization since its involved customers may be covered to the people, citizen, organization or government sections. Anyway, according to the nature and culture of the traditional job design, their business processes are costly and inconsistent because of their actor (or department) oriented design which leads to the difficulties in improvements. This paper proposes an idea of improving the business processes, based on Business Process Improvement (BPI) concept in function-oriented, to solve the existing work problems and suggest the possible solution for the future to achieve the organization goal. The evaluation was done by both the officer and the executive.

#CRM #BPI

International Conference
Iamongkot S, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Discovering Association between Metabolic Syndrome and Its Related Chronic Diseases Represented by ICD-10 Code. In: The Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT 2015); 2015;Singapore, Singapore; 2015. p.296-304.

Abstract

This paper applies the association rules method to discover the relationship between metabolic syndrome and its chronic diseases. The sample data used in this research is medical records specified to metabolic syndrome patients in a large government hospital. The Apriori and FP-Growth algorithms are chosen to be compared in the performance and applicable results of extracting the relationship of the metabolic syndrome patient records represented by ICD-10 code. The results show that the Apriori can extract 6 rules and 724 rules from FP-Growth. The comparative results between Apriori and FP-Growth found that 6 rules are common. The overall results show that the metabolic syndrome patients mostly have strong relationships with hypertension, obesity and diabetes. Interestingly, these diseases often occur with the patients was diagnosed that was metabolic syndrome. Additionally, the results would bring to the suggestion in metabolic syndrome patients to know about the relationship of these chronic diseases. Moreover, the physicians could use this guide for the treatment strategy in the future.

#DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare

International Conference
Onsumran C, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Gold Price Volatility Prediction by Text Mining in Economic Indicators News. In: The Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT 2015); 2015;Singapore, Singapore; 2015. p.305-12.

Abstract

This paper focuses on the text mining approach of the gold prices volatility prediction model from the textual of economic indicators news articles. The model is designed and developed to analyze how the news articles influence gold price volatility. The selected reliable source of news articles is provided by FXStreet which offers several economic indicators such as Economic Activity, Markit Manufacturing PMI, Bill Auction, Building Permits, ISM Manufacturing Index, Redbook index, Retail Sales, Durable Goods Orders, etc. The data will be used to build text classifiers and news group affecting volatility price of gold. According to the fundamental of data mining process, each news article is firstly transformed in to feature by TF-IDF method. Then, the comparative experiment is set up to measure the accuracy of combination of two attributes weighting approaches, which are Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Chi-Squared Statistic, and three classification algorithms, which are the k-Nearest Neighbour, SVM and Naive Bayes. The results show that the SVM method is the most superior to other methods in both attributes weighting and classifier viewpoint.

#DataScience #DataMining #TextMining #Economics

International Conference
Bunnak P, Thammaboosadee S, Kiattisin S. Applying Data Mining Techniques and extended RFM Model in Customer Loyalty Measurement. In: The Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Information Technology (ICIT 2015); 2015;Singapore, Singapore; 2015. p.288-95.

Abstract

This paper proposes a loyalty measurement model of individual customer for the benefit in creating of marketing campaign and activities as well as the suitable products and services for customers and establishment of good customer relationship. This study adapts the concept of RFM (Recency- Frequency-Monetary) model and applies to database of customer purchases and the customer type. The business type of selected organization is commercial business. To apply the RFM concept to find customer loyalty according to type of customer, the customer loyalty is partitioned into 5 classes using k-means clustering algorithm and is heuristically assigned customer types: Platinum, Gold, and Silver. Type of customers is then brought into consideration the extending of the RFM Model with customer analytics to make it even better customer classification performance. Finally, the classification system generates decision rules to find out the loyalty of new future customers using C4.5 decision tree algorithm.

#DataScience #DataMining #CRM

International Conference
Kujaroentavon K, Kiattisin S, Leelasantitham A, Thammaboosadee S. Air Quality Classification in Thailand Based on Decision Tree. In: The Proceedings of the 7th Biomedical Engineering International Conference (BMEiCON2014); 2014;Fukuoka, Japan; 2014. p.1-5.

Abstract

The paper presents a model for management classifier air quality by algorithm of decision tree using air quality index in Thailand including a pollutant's concentration e.g. O3, NO2, CO, SO2, PM10 and levels of healthy concern. The purpose of this research is to establish rules of separated air quality classification by levels of healthy concern. The results of this study are correctly classified into instances of training set of 96.80% and testing set of 91.07%. The ROC curve shows that the training set data and testing set data are similar to such results. The algorithm of decision tree can use to become rules of separated air quality classification by levels of healthy concern.

#DataMining #Environment

International Conference
Choknitisub K, Kiattisin S, Thammaboosadee S, Leelasantitham A. Forecasting Container Support Strategy of Bangkok Port. In: The Proceedings of Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2014); 2014;Chonburi, Thailand; 2014. p.63-7.

Abstract

N/A

#Forecasting #Logistics

International Conference
Poonun S, Kiattisin S, Thammaboosadee S. Business Process Improvement in Customer Relationship Management Case Study. In: The Proceedings of Management and Innovation Technology International Conference (MITiCON2014); 2014;Chonburi, Thailand; 2014. p.68-72.

Abstract

N/A

#CRM #BPI

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S. An Elements-based Multi-Stage Charges Identification Model for Textual Criminal Cases. In: The Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM 2014; 2014;Bangkok, Thailand; 2014. p.11-5.

Abstract

This paper proposes an identifying methodology of the relevant criminal offences charges, given textual information of the criminal cases in the Civil Law system. The model is devised as a multi-stage based on the criminal law codes. The first stage is to identify action types, using modular classifier. The modularity is designed based on the offences charges, which were abstractly categorized by elements of crimes in criminal codes. The second stage is to identify the legal elements, leading to general provisions. This classification stage is designed as independent multi-classifiers. The input data is preprocessed from text to features by some natural language processing methods. The integrated model aims at achieving high accuracy of classification while reserving explainable results, which is required in an application of legal domain.

#DataScience #DataMining #TextMining #CriminalLaw

International Conference
Muangon A, Thammaboosadee S, Haruechaiyasak C. A Lexiconizing Framework of Feature-based Opinion Mining in Tourism Industry. In: The Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its Applications (DICTAP2014); 2014;Bangkok, Thailand; 2014. p.169-73.

Abstract

Among of the travel agency business in Thailand, Agoda (www.agoda.com) has boomed in recent years with the number of online agents offering for hotels booking. When customers need to make decision, they typically explore by investigating the opinions attached with each hotel in online agent. This paper proposes a framework of feature-based opinion mining by using scores which essentially relies on the usage of two main lexiconizing levels, features and polar words. An approach for extracting features and polar words from textual opinion is based on syntactic pattern analysis. The evaluation is performed with existing opinions and compared the statistical resulted scores with the existing scores of each hotel. The proposed scoring method is proven for the effectiveness of the score from Agoda and could facilitate the further text retrieval application development for the benefit of automatic customer's opinion detection.

#DataScience #DataMining #TextMining #TourismIndustry

International Conference
Chailert T, Kiattisin S, Thammaboosadee S, Leelasantitham A. Information Process Analysis for KPIs based on The International Classification of Disease : Diabetes Mellitus. In: The Proceedings of the joint International Conference on Information and Communication Technology, Electronic and Electrical Engineering (JICTEE); 2014;Chiang Rai, Thailand; 2014. p.1-4.

Abstract

The measurements of performance for healthcare processing are important to healthcare system of the country, the accuracy of information makes the right decision for the leader who set a policies and strategies. According to the Health Promotion and Prevention strategies of The Ministry of Public Health 2011 shown that the major condition affected to Thai people's health are Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD), Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) and other injury. The processes of information analysis are started from compiling and collecting data. Beside, data cleansing and reporting must be also included in the process. Finally, the useful of accuracy KPIs will return its result to patients, healthcare unit, hospital and the Public Health.

#Healthcare #KPI

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Dokkulab A. A Framework of Integrated Intelligent Judicial Information System. In: The Proceedings of the World Conference on Integration of Knowledge (WCIK2013); 2013;Langkawi, Malaysia; 2013. p.509-14.

Abstract

The effective public security depends on the efficiency of the judicial process and procedure. Approaching to the supply chain management domain, the judicial procedures can be viewed as the complete stream sections. The legal agencies have also to deal with the information flow which need for integrating, interchanging and inter-cooperation among them. Anyway, the study in the intelligent system in the field of information technology, including data mining, is also consecutively studied and applied to various aspects in the legal domain. The study in this paper applied some of the existing technology and also suggests the possible application in intelligent judicial system. We then proposed a framework of the extension and integration for the intelligent judicial information system in Thailand. The designing methodology of this supply chain-core framework is based on the consistent cooperating of the information flow, the traditional and intelligent legal agencies.

#EnterpriseArchitecture #Law #JudicialSystem

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Watanapa B. Criminal Law Ontology for Identifying Possible Sentences from Specific Legal Elements. In: Law and Practice: Critical Analysis and Legal Reasoning; 2013;Bangkok, Thailand; 2013. p.398-408.

Abstract

In this study, criminal law ontology is developed to structuralize the selected parts of criminal law codes of Thailand for the benefit of semanticizing possible sentence identification and retrieval of the related cases. From the underlying legal elements which are textually described in law codes, this ontology shall enable the inference of the possible sentences which consist of judgment and theoretically figured range of punishments. For insights, an application has been designed and demonstrated in two modules: the legal elements identification and sentence identification.

#CriminalLaw #Ontology #Law

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Silparcha U. A GUI Prototype for the Framework of Criminal Judicial Reasoning System. In: The Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Legal, Security, and Privacy Issues in IT; 2008;Prague, Czech Republic; 2008. p.292-9.

Abstract

This paper proposed a developed graphical user interface (GUI) prototype, which is supported by the framework of data mining techniques-based criminal judicial reasoning system. The GUI sequences of the prototype are satisfied with criminal judicial procedure in civil law system. Initially, user must build the model by input the existing incident and specifying the detail of objects, elements of crime, charge and judgment. After enough training, the prototype will be ready to determine judgments from new occurred incidents. The prototype shows only the results of each module which help in the decision process. This GUI prototype is useful with lawyers, courts or other people who want to determine the guilt, charges and judgments in their incidents.

#DataMining #CriminalLaw #GUI #ApplicationDevelopment

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Silparcha U. A Framework for Criminal Judicial Reasoning System using Data Mining Techniques. In: The 2008 IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (IEEE-DEST 2008); 2008;Phitsanulok, Thailand; 2008. p.518-23.

Abstract

One of the most complex legal activities in court level is judicial reasoning. Since Thailandpsilas civil law system initially judges with abstract rules and principles before apply them to various cases. This paper proposes a framework of criminal judicial reasoning system using data mining techniques as a knowledge discovery tool to determine reasons from court verdicts. Each module of the system is based on legal rules and principles that are used to construct computer-based knowledge by data mining algorithms. Thai criminal case Supreme Court verdicts in TCXML (Thai Court XML) format are used as training data set. This research benefits from the advantages of using XML standard in document structuring and supporting in judicial decision support system that guides the way in judgment supported by law theories and principles.

#DataScience #DataMining #CriminalLaw #ApplicationDevelopment

International Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Silparcha U. A Tool for Verdict Examination Assistant Using TCXML. In: The 2nd International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (IAIT2007); 2007;Bangkok, Thailand; 2007. p.111-8.

Abstract

One of the most complex legal activities in court level is judicial reasoning. Since Thailandpsilas civil law system initially judges with abstract rules and principles before apply them to various cases. This paper proposes a framework of criminal judicial reasoning system using data mining techniques as a knowledge discovery tool to determine reasons from court verdicts. Each module of the system is based on legal rules and principles that are used to construct computer-based knowledge by data mining algorithms. Thai criminal case Supreme Court verdicts in TCXML (Thai Court XML) format are used as training data set. This research benefits from the advantages of using XML standard in document structuring and supporting in judicial decision support system that guides the way in judgment supported by law theories and principles.

#CriminalLaw #GUI #ApplicationDevelopment #XML

National Conference
Khunsoongnoen S, Thammaboosadee S, Wattanasirichaigoon S. Association Rules Mining of Surgery and Medical Procedures Factors in Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients (in Thai). In: The Proceedings of The National Conference on Information Technology (NCIT2018); 2018;Khon Kaen, Thailand; 2018. p.1-6.
National Conference
Noydee T, Thammaboosadee S. The Hierarchical Technology Contribution Factor and Technology Valuation Model for Applying Big Data in Recruitment (in Thai). In: The Proceedings of The 7th National and International Graduate Study Conference; 2017;Bangkok, Thailand; 2017. p.S271-S284.

Abstract

Currently, the Big Data technology becomes a major focus of cyber world and is applied in various business sections which provide more opportunities to drive the business, including the recruitment section. The recruitment aims to find an efficient workforce which meets the organization's needs. This paper proposes a conceptual model for technology valuation to valuate applying of big data technology on recruitment section. The proposed model is presented in hierarchy and consists of the perceptional factors in big data, recruitment, and valuation domains. This hierarchical model is weighted by domain experts and then used to identify the technology contribution factor which then leads to final valuation model which is co-considered with financial and economic factors. This final model is validated with real perception and financial statements of five firms. This proposed model provides the opportunities for extending to other domains and technologies.

#TechnologyValuation #BigData

National Conference
Supadol T, Thammaboosadee S. Predictive Modeling for O-Net Score of Sixth-Grade Students based on Characteristic of School and Teacher (in Thai). In: The Proceedings of The 1st Technology Innovation Management and Engineering Science international conference (TIMES-iCON2016); 2016;Bangkok, Thailand; 2016. p.256-9.

Abstract

To be updated.

#Education #DataMining #DataScience

National Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Yotsomsak T, Aunhathaweesup Y, Srisawat W. Applying of Data Mining and Business Intelligence in CRM Strategies Discovery (in Thai). In: The 8th ASEAN+ C+ I Symposium on Business Management Research; 2016;Chonburi, Thailand; 2016. p.533-42.

Abstract

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the key management tools to gain the sustainable competitive advantage and to survive business among the intense competitive environment. Before building up CRM strategies, the organization should prioritize the customers into the segment in order to manage the relationship and to provide the services properly. This research aims to develop CRM strategies in a case study of the chemical industry company by applying the clustering techniques to segment customer, use Business Intelligence (BI) as the visualized tools to represent the knowledge in various dimensions and finally bring out CRM strategies to deploy in business. The clustering method applied in this research is K-Means. The clusters are generated and defined as 4 classes, including Diamond, Platinum, Gold, and Silver, respectively. However, its interpretation still not well enough to make the decision without powerful presentation tools like BI. Finally, the knowledge acquired from dimensional aspects in BI could lead to CRM strategies. The organization could be strengthen the good relationship with the individual customer, and appropriately provides the personalized products and services based on customer segment.

#CRM #DataMining #DataScience #DataVisualization #BusinessIntelligence

National Conference
Srinualnud S, Thammaboosadee S. Improvement of Healthcare Information Publicizing using Infographic: Case Study in Thai Government Hospital (in Thai). In: The 8th ASEAN+ C+ I Symposium on Business Management Research; 2016;Chonburi, Thailand; 2016. p.524-32.

Abstract

This research presents the use of infographics to improve the representation of healthcare information publicity. In general, a hospital also uses the posters with only text for the public media of health information, which is unattractive and cannot be read by same medical service users, causing a decrease in the number of medical media consumers of medical services. Therefore, the infographic design is proposed to solve the problems. The concept of infographic design also includes beauty, attractiveness, notability, and accessibility for efficient communication in the health information publicity. In addition, infographic design should consider impressive representation to influence the participants through the graphic content. The summarization of health information and analysis are rearranged and demonstrated as more attractive graphic posters for convenience. In our experiment, with the assessment of both medical service users and experts in health information publicity, the satisfaction result of the posters based on infographic design was at an excellent level. Furthermore, it is also helpful and can clearly communicate to consumers regarding concern for harmful diseases in daily life.

#DataVisualization #Infographic #Hospital

National Conference
Thammaboosadee S [Sotarat], Kwanpetch S, Thammaboosadee S [Sustarum], Sa-nga-ngam P. Applying Organization Success Factors in Knowledge Prioritization for Real Estate Agent and Consulting Firm (in Thai). In: The 8th ASEAN+ C+ I Symposium on Business Management Research; 2016;Chonburi, Thailand; 2016. p.513-23.

Abstract

The organizations usually emphasize in managing of organizational knowledge because it has been considered as the value assets in the organizations, and it helps the organizations to be a more competitive advantage and be efficient in decision making. Therefore, the knowledge management (KM) has been used to manage in many organizations. Unfortunately, it found that many organizations unsuccessfully to implement KM since they did not aware in their organizational knowledge. The knowledge prioritizing may be as the approach that can help the organizations know what knowledge are essential for the employee and can contribute to win business. In this research, the knowledge prioritizing by prioritization matrix was used as a tool by employing organizational success factors as variables for knowledge prioritizing in the real estate agent and consulting company, the selected case study. It appeared that the ability and expertise are the most valuable knowledge. The results have been accepted by the four levels of employees: head of the business line, manager, officer, and secretary. The different aspects of each level are also discussed. Finally, the knowledge prioritizing approach also has been accepted that it can actually be used in the organization, depends on the needs of each organization.

#KM #RealEstates

National Conference
Laosrivichi S, Thammaboosadee S, Wongseree W. A Comparative Study on Variable Selection in DNA Microarray Classification (in Thai). In: The Proceedings of the National Conference on Information Technology 2014 (NCIT2014); 2014;Bangkok, Thailand; 2014. p.567-72.
National Conference
Thammaboosadee S, Silparcha U. TCXML for Collection of Verdicts of Thai Dika Court (in Thai). In: The Proceedings of the National Conference on Information Technology 2006 (NCIT2006); 2006;Bangkok, Thailand; 2006. p.179-86.

Abstract

Extensible Markup Language (XML) has been widely accepted as a standard format for structured data. Such a data format is used in storing and transferring data. Within the concepts of XML, variations of data formats have been developed to suit particular applications, eg., ebXML is a standard format for electronic transactions, etc. In the world of justice, XML is well applied for its data representation. One of the world-wide standards is Global Justice XML (GJXML). Applying GJXML to Thailand’s justice system will be beneficial to the people. This paper introduced GJXML to some extent, and proposed the Thai Court XML (TCXML), an adaptive version of GJXML, that would be suitable for the collection of verdicts from the Thai Dika Court. Our experiment showed that TCXML could represent upto 90 percents of the verdict keywords.

#XML #Law #CriminalLaw

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  • Nonthiya Kingsuwan (Fai)

    A Design of Data Architecture Towards Data Supply Chain and Integration for Thai Government Judicial Organization

    #DataArchitecture #EnterpriseArchitecture #Justice #DataSupplychain #DataIntegration
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Preuksa Wongpitak (Jaeng)

    Risk Assessment and Prescriptive Analytics for Electrical Devices Production based on an Integration of Requirement Forecasting and Customer Segmentation Models

    #DataScience #DataMining #PredictiveModeling #PrescriptiveAnalytics #CustomerSegmentation
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Sakulrat Khunsoongnoen (Noey)

    Descriptive and Predictive Data Mining Models for Sepsis and Septic Shock Patients Treatments

    #DataScience #DataMining #PredictiveModeling #AssociationRules #Clustering #Sepsis #SepticShock
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Sudasiri Sriwiang (Noina)

    A Breast Cancer Risk Prediction Model based on Non-Cancer Drugs Use Data

    #DataScience #DataMining #BreastCancer #HealthInformatics #PredictiveModel
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Pongamorn Rodsed (Joe)

    Study of status and relationship of IT curriculum and IT Jobs

    #ITJobs #Education #Competency
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 3 years

  • Somkit Kittichaijaroen (Kit)

    An Implementation of Web Services for Thai Text Lexiconization and Visualization

    #TextVisualization #WebServices #TextLexiconization
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Thanachoat Techavattanasirikul (Ton)

    Spatial Visualization for Smoking Cessation Therapy Program

    #DataVisualization #SmokingCessation #BI
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2018
    Time spent: 2.5 years

  • Benjathip Chinomi (Sunny)

    A Two-Stage Single House Customer Segmentation Model

    #DataScience #DataMining #CRM
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Chatnarong Fukprapi (Kla)

    Combining of Environmental and Economical Factors in Coronary Heart Disease Prevalence

    #DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Karoon Yuttanawa (Kim)

    Hybrid Predictive Models for Smoking Cessation: Success and Choices of Medication Approaches

    #DataScience #DataMining #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Natcha Dumthansarn (Amp)

    Conceptual Legal Framework Of Open Government Data For Thailand: Data Governance Aspects

    #DataGovernance #OpenData #Law
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Patthra Pattamavipak (Teek)

    A Design of Data Architecture Towards Transsexual Citizenship: Medical and Social Aspects

    #DataArchitecture #Transsexual #Citizen
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 59 (2016)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Thiti Noydee (Yo)

    The Hierarchical Perceptional Technology Contribution Factor for Technology Valuation Modeling applied in Big Data and Recruitment

    #BigData #Recruitment #TechnologyValuation
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 4 years

  • Benjaporn Eungjaroen (Ben)

    Traceability System Implementation in Organic Farming using QR code Technology

    #Tracibility #Organic #ApplicationDevelopment
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2017
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Pachanad Ak-Sornchoo (Cha)

    Applying scrum agile concept for family relationships support by designing of social network application extension framework

    #Agile #SocialMedia #SocialScience #UserAcceptance
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Saowanee Chanrod (Aom)

    Design of business and information architecture for oil and gas business licensing

    #EnterpriseArchitecture #Energy
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Tares Supadol (Oat)

    Correlation and predictive model for O-Net score level of sixth-grade students based on teacher characteristics

    #Education #DataMining #DataScience
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 3.5 years

  • Teerapat Kansadub (Champ)

    Stroke risk prediction model based on demographic and medical screening data

    #DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Auntika Veeravaphusit (Nan)

    Criminal charge and punishment identification system using elements of crime

    #ApplicationDevelopment #CriminalLaw
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Chantana Downgrachai (Aom)

    Development of interactive patient card application: a case study of Mahachai2 Hospital

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Datawarehouse #Healthcare
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Jedsadang Larpalongkorn (Big)

    Applying cloud storage and search engine in thesis manangement system

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education #InformationRetrieval
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Kamphon Kornanan (Bird)

    Applying business intelligence in internet traffic analysis: a case study of Information and Communication Technology Silpakorn University

    #BusinessIntelligence #NetworkAnalysis #DataVisualization
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 2.5 years

  • Kitsada Ketsuwan (Doy)

    Development of research and thesis management system: case study of Information Technology Management program

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 3.5 years

  • Monthiya Sapan (Bee)

    Modular crafting text classification model for phishing email detection

    #DataMining #DataScience #TextMining
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Noppawan Netayavichitr (Som)

    Business process improvement of non student-related in an academic sector: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #BPI #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Nuttakorn Penchotiros (Kong)

    Development and feature extending academic conference management system from opensource software

    #Education #ApplicationDevelopment
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Pawarisa Luesaksiriwattana (Koi)

    Business process improvement of student-related educational process in an academic sector: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #BPI #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Siriphan Khwanpetch (Tukta)

    Knowledge prioritizing using organization success factors for real estate agent and consulting company

    #KM #RealEstates
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Somvalee Phuttakunraksa (Kae)

    Trend analysis of developing in financial transaction using business intelligence

    #BusinessIntelligence #DataVisualization #Economics
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Souvaphark Emasiri (Gift)

    Improvement of interbank financial transaction prioritizing using decision tree

    #DataMining #DataScience #Banking
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Thagoon Pichitsurakij (Pom)

    Bank account fraud detection model

    #DataScience #BankFraud
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Thitipon Jingjit (Nay)

    Data visualization for building and housing tax imposition: case study in Bangkok area

    #DataScience #DataVisualization #GIS #Taxation
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Tiwat Khongtanachat (Job)

    Business process improvement of administrative and supportive process in an academic sector: case Study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #BPI #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 58 (2015)
    Graduation: 2016
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Chanwit Onsumran (Earth)

    Gold price volatility prediction by text mining in economic indicators news

    #DataMining #DataScience #TextMining #Economics
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Kittisak Kaewbooddee (Bee)

    The data mining applications of shoulder pain patients treatment: physical therapy equipment usage approaches

    #DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 54 (2011)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 4 years

  • Nakarin Prateeppattanatumrong (Ton)

    A truck tires usage worthiness prediction model

    #DataMining #DataScience #Logistics
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2.5 years

  • Panwad Bunnak (Aor)

    Applying data mining techniques and extended rfm model in customer loyalty measurement

    #DataMining #DataScience #CRM
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Ratchanee Kaewthai (Lek)

    Diabetes dose titration identification model

    #DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare #BiomedicalEngineering
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Supak Iamongkot (Yui)

    Discovering association between metabolic syndrome and its related chronic diseases represented by ICD-10 code

    #DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Suprangtip Poonun (Nay)

    Function-oriented business process improvement framework for customer relationship management section in large scale organization

    #BPI #CRM
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Wassana Ouppala (Bee)

    Semantic ontology for fine arts knowledge management

    #Ontology #KM #Arts
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Wichian Boonyaprapa (Aod)

    Discovering of multi-dimentional association rule in schizophrenia patients with substance use

    #DataMining #DataScience #Healthcare
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2.5 years

  • Chanon Srisuwan (Fern)

    Business process reengineering in hospital reimburse applications case study of Ramathibodi hospital

    #BPR #Hospital
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Kharnkhainut Anantarsarn (Kan)

    Acceptance evaluation in information technology service management : case study in banking organization

    #UserAcceptance
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 3 years

  • Nattachatr Sopitkamol (Lek)

    Tier classifications of rfid libraries in thailand

    #DSS #DataMining
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Nattapa Pattano (Poo)

    The development of business intelligence for library mangement decision making on RFID technology

    #DSS #BusinessIntelligence #GIS
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Nimit Kongamnat (Ping)

    Integration and centralization of existing collaborative systems for technology information system management division

    #Education #ApplicationDevelopment
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Onwara Thanongsaksakul (Fong)

    IT students' attitudes and behaviors towards the use of machine translator

    #UserAcceptance #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Peerakiat Sumethkul (Ball)

    Development of job tracking system using collaborative software package: case study in Technology Information System Management division

    #Education #ApplicationDevelopment
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Siriwan Sumetudom (Si)

    The development and satisfaction assessment of web conferencing application to support learning in graduate study

    #Education #ApplicationDevelopment
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Surin Aunsean (Rin)

    Constructing a risk behavior guideline for adolescent students using decision tree

    #DataMining #DataScience #Education #SocialScience
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Sutita Srinualnud (Kaimook)

    Improvement of visual representation method in publicized health information using infographic

    #Infographic #Hospital
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 56 (2013)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Thanakal Yotsomsak (Lek)

    CRM strategies discovered by clustering techniques and business intelligence

    #DataMining #DataScience #BusinessIntelligence #CRM
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 57 (2014)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 1.5 years

  • Thanat Somritniran (Boo)

    Analysis and decision making in cars leasing corruption using business intelligence

    #BusinessIntelligence #Fraud
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2015
    Time spent: 3.5 years

  • Sirikul Laosrivichit (Kul)

    A comparative study on variable selection in microarray classification

    #DataMining #DataScience #BiomedicalEngineering
    [Thesis]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Akeburut Nirattisai (Golf)

    Knowledge attitude practice factor of social media usage for IT curriculum decision making

    #Education #SocialMedia
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 52 (2009)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 5 years

  • Ananchai Muangon (Tong)

    A lexiconizing framework of feature-based opinion mining in tourism industry

    #DataMining #TextMining #TourismIndustry
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Apisara Sameewang (Paw)

    Development of room reservation system using collaboration software package: case Study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 54 (2011)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 3 years

  • Apiwat Patthapong (Dumex)

    Development of thesis advisory recording system using collaboration software package: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 54 (2011)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 3 years

  • Benchamach Ratphitak (Oh)

    Data management system on project, researches, and inventions, in the section of innovation and invention developments researches, Wangklaikangwon Industrial and Community Education College

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Chadaporn Phutaviriya (Ing)

    An integration of GUI evaluation methods in smartphone: case study on Developed Publication Management System of Technology Of Information System Management division

    #GUI #UserAcceptance
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Khajornyod Anuraktam (Yot)

    The self screening system for musculoskeletal disorders from work

    #ApplicationDevelopment #HealthCare #DSS
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2.5 years

  • Nanthaporn Kokwan (Tong)

    Development of student record management system using collaboration software package: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 54 (2011)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 3 years

  • Nattapong Tanyakittikul (Nat)

    The development of web-based e-learning application: cases study on matrix-vector algebra and statistical testing methods

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 52 (2009)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 5 years

  • Phakamart Ruttanachon (Mart)

    Use acceptance on annual budgets plan system of department of industrial promotion

    #UserAcceptance
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Ratthinun Wannakosit (Nuch)

    The development of e-learning program case study: Ramathibodi school of nursing students college

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education #UserAcceptance
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 55 (2012)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 2 years

  • Sophon Sawasdipuksa (Moo)

    Development of thesis/thematic paper document management system using collaboration software package : case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 52 (2009)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 5 years

  • Supachai Chaloemwattanatrai (Lek)

    Development of staff documentary system using collaboration software package: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 52 (2009)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 5 years

  • Wisaroot Tourmpeng (Root)

    Development of student documentary system using collaboration software package: case study in Technology of Information System Management division

    #ApplicationDevelopment #Education
    [Thematic Paper]
    Generation: 54 (2011)
    Graduation: 2014
    Time spent: 3 years

Contact & Meet Me

I would be happy to talk to you if you need my assistance in your research or whether you need consulting support for your company or organization. Since my responsibles are in several roles: lecturer, researcher, training instructor, and consultant in fields of data science and data governance, kindly state your purpose. The email communication is preferred. Though I have limited time for my students and fellow but I will response your request as soon as possible.

At My Office @Mahidol

You can find me at my office located at Stanford University Mahidol University (Salaya Campus), Faculty of Engineering, Technology of Information Systeme Management Division, Floor 3, Room 303.

I am at my office every Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 until 4:30 pm, but you may consider a call or email to fix an appointment.

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