The Development of Information Resources in Library Search System Based on RFID


The objectives of this research were to develop the development of information resources in library search system based on RFID. The research methodology was composed of three steps. Firstly, the IR form and model were synthesized through gathering and elicitation IR. Secondly, the IR system was analyzed, designed, and implemented. Last, the IR system was tried on the experts. The processes we studied the related information, selected the application prototype based on studied criteria, and developed the system using JAVA language and MySQL database. The results of the research showed the following: The design was synthetic model to guideline for design as follows: A) The Client site was operated the user wants to use system through Web browser. B) The Web server was operated the system. C) The Database server was operated the system consists of information management systems that the administrator were managed data such as user data management in organization. The analysis of the evaluation of system efficiency by the experts found that the system efficiency was at the high level of five aspects with a mean of 4.18 and a standard deviation of 0.34 can be used. (Usability Test were at very good ( x =4.80, S.D. =0.45), Functional Requirement Test were at good (x=4.00, S.D. =1.00), Security Test were at good level (x=4.33, S.D. =0.58), Output Validation Test were at good (x=4.00, S.D. =0.71). , and Functional Test were at good (x=3.80, S.D. =1.30).

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Kanita Saengkrajang, Phetchabun Rajabhat University, Thailand

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Conference: ACSS2013
Stream: Social Sciences

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Saengkrajang K. (2013) The Development of Information Resources in Library Search System Based on RFID ISSN: 2186-2303 – The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences 2013 – Official Conference Proceedings
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