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Kundu A.,National Informatics Center
2012 International Conference on Informatics, Electronics and Vision, ICIEV 2012 | Year: 2012

The paper introduces a decentralized chat system (developed in J2SE - Java Server Edition) for both intranet and internet. It is a zero-configuration model allowing users to simply run the application to communicate. Core to the system is an index table which notifies each user about the presence of other peers using the application over the network. Features include: Simultaneous communication between 'n' numbers of peers, multi-user communication invitees, conference, and file transfer between two peers. The communication system is based on simple Socket programming with IP and Port Address being detected by the Index. The user interface is prepared using Swing and AWT functionality. © 2012 IEEE. Source

Sreedhar G.,National Sanskrit University | Chari A.A.,Rayalaseema University | Venkata Ramana V.V.,National Informatics Center
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2010

The primary goal of this paper is to identify the elements involved in quality assessment of website structure. Always quality of website structure is based on its navigability, average number of clicks and structural complexity. The web tool PowerMapper is used to establish the sitemap for the website, path length metric is used to evaluate average number of clicks to get desired web page and web site structural complexity is determined with cyclomatic complexity. The quality of web site structure is measured in 10- point scale and scale is formulated by considering various levels of website tree structure. The status of web site structure is determined in 10-point scale and the value suggests the improvement of the site structure. © 2005 - 2010 JATIT. All rights reserved. Source

Das R.K.,National Informatics Center | Patra M.R.,Berhampur University
International Journal of Electronic Governance | Year: 2010

This paper puts forth our experience while implementing the 'e-Grama' project in one of the relatively developed districts of Orissa Province in India which was later extended to other underdeveloped districts of the province. Further the paper describes how the project helped as a tool to bridge the digital divide and capacity building in the rural areas. It also highlights the role of youth clubs and NGOs in the successful implementation of the project. Further, it is shown how the problems encountered during project implementation in the rural areas could be solved through the public-private-people partnership model of 'e-Grama'. © Copyright 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

Kumar Y.,National Informatics Center
International Journal of Electronic Governance | Year: 2010

This paper contributes to the issue of m-government implementations by exploring ICT and Electronic Government (e-government) in the Jharkhand State, and sheds light on the role of m-government applications for enhancing information and service delivery to business, employees, citizen and government internal effectiveness and efficiency. This also figures out the relevance of security mechanism and potential role that m-government can play in the development of Jharkhand in particular rural Jharkhand. The research is based on current trend of e-government implementations in Jharkhand. This concept can be rolled out in other places with minor modification. © Copyright 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

Suri P.K.,National Informatics Center | Sushil,Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Electronic Government | Year: 2012

This paper attempts to study the conventional planning and implementation framework and examine its suitability for handling the dynamic context of e-governance. The SAP-LAP framework is used to conduct a qualitative gap analysis. Illustrative empirical evidence is drawn from independent surveys of government officials and intended beneficiaries pertaining to select agriculture related e-governance projects in India. Learning issues have been synthesised to bring out strategic recommendations for refining the conventional framework to suit the context of e-governance. The gap analysis has led to conceptualisation of two research frameworks, which need to be validated empirically. Cross case analysis of a few ongoing projects, based on interpretation of the validated frameworks, is expected to provide the necessary foundation for further research for evolving an adaptive strategic framework for improving the performance of e-governance projects. Copyright © 2012 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Source

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