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Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries (MAFF) in Japan. They all use library services, mostly database and document delivery services provide by the research institutes and the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Research Information Center (AFFRIC). The research institutes of the MAFF are of two...

Author(s)
Hayashi, T.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 875-881

For the final purpose of the continuous remote monitoring of the surface color changes of crops and agricultural products with the atmosphere condition data during cultivation, color appearance changes of digital images taken under different lighting conditions were investigated to construct a...

Author(s)
Suehara, K.; Hashimoto, M.; Kameoka, T.; Hashimoto, A.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1081-1086

The paper reports the methodology used for the realisation of a GIS based model to estimate the value of water demand for irrigated agricultural areas in Italian southern regions. Aim of this study is to develop a GIS based system for supporting infrastructural works raising the improvement of...

Author(s)
Nino, P.; Vanino, S.; Santis, F. de; Lupia, F.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1087-1094

In the modern world, Information Communication Technology (ICT) has created a new opportunity to increase the food productivity by introducing a number of sophisticated systems and devices. A combination of internet and cellular phone technologies can be used to develop a fieldwork reminder system...

Author(s)
Jayasinghe, P. K. S. C.; Leelamanie, D. A. L.; Yoshida, M.; Machida, T.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1095-1099

Though sugarcane is an important crop as a base for the agriculture in Okinawa, average harvested area of one farmer is very small. It is only 7,500 square meters. And the farm house that has less than 10,000 square meters make up 80% by number of all farmers. In order to improve the sugarcane...

Author(s)
Shikanai, T.; Nakamura, M.; Guan SenLin; Tamaki, M.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1101-1106

The farm planning support system FAPS-DB has been developed to simulate farm management on the Internet (Nanseki et al., 2007). This system consists of four main components: the FAPS-DB integrated agro-technology system database, FSDB, a vegetable and fruit market information database, NAPASS, a...

Author(s)
Maeyama, K.; Nanseki, T.; Sato, M.; Honda, S.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1107-1113

In constructing agricultural information system, quality and efficiency of market information release of farm products directly influence capability of macro-regulation and economic decision of super administrative department. Exact and timely information release is very important for exerting...

Author(s)
Qu ChunHong
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1115-1119

Improving soil health is a vital component for increasing agricultural yields and restoring degraded farmland in Africa. According to Sanchez (2002), soil fertility depletion needs to be addressed before other technologies and policies can become effective in overcoming hunger on the continent....

Author(s)
Fisher, L.; Chimwaza, G.; Kinyangi, J.; Chataira, B.; Vent, O.; Tucker, T.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1121-1126

Information and communication technology has vastly changed different aspects of people's life especially their economical, social and cultural status and its role will be increased in the near future. Since societies' developments have meaningful relations with the agricultural and rural...

Author(s)
Mohammad Reza Nazari; Abu Hassan Hasbullah
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 1127-1133

Wood in storage is exposed to both periodic water absorption and desorption (drying) processes. Understanding water absorption and desorption in wood are of practical importance since they also affects the mechanical properties of the product. In this study, the water absorption and desorption...

Author(s)
Noorolahi, S.; Khazaei, J.; Jafari, S.
Publisher
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
World conference on agricultural information and IT, IAALD AFITA WCCA 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan, 24 - 27 August, 2008, 2008, pp 113-122

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