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Odoo is an enterprise resource planning information system providing modules to support the basic business function in companies. This research will look into the development of an additional module at Odoo. This module is a data mining module using Market Basket Analysis (MBA) using FP-Growth algorithm in managing OLTP of sales transaction to be useful information for users to improve the analysis of company business strategy. The FP-Growth algorithm used in the application was able to produce multidimensional association rules. The company will know more about their sales and customers' buying habits. Performing sales trend analysis will give a valuable insight into the inner-workings of the business. The testing of the module is using the data from X Supermarket. The final result of this module is generated from a data mining process in the form of association rule. The rule is presented in narrative and graphical form to be understood easier.
Odoo is an enterprise resource planning information system providing modules to support the basic business function incompanies. This research will look into the development of an additional module at Odoo. This module is a data mining moduleusing Market Basket Analysis (MBA) using FP-Growth algorithm in managing OLTP of sales transaction to be usefulinformation for users to improve the analysis of company business strategy. The FP-Growth algorithm used in the applicationwas able to produce multidimensional association rules. The company will know more about their sales and customers' buyinghabits. Performing sales trend analysis will give a valuable insight into the inner-workings of the business. The testing of themodule is using the data from X Supermarket. The final result of this module is generated from a data mining process in the formof association rule. The rule is presented in narrative and graphical form to be understood easier.
In this study, we explored the success dimensions of electronic banking by comparing internet banking and mobile banking technology in Indonesia. We adopted variables of DeLone and McLean Information Success Model to explain the success factors of electronic banking. Furthermore, we investigate how personal innovation factor moderates our proposed model. Data were collected in Indonesia, resulting in total 141 usable responses. The results indicate that system quality, information quality, perceived usefulness, user satisfaction, and trust constructs have successfully represented success dimensions in electronic banking setting. Moreover, our empirical results showed that the moderating role of innovation factor of technology users enhances the relationship among success factors in electronic banking, particularly in internet banking. The article concludes with the discussion of the validity of proposed model and suggestion for further research. Managerial implications are also provided.
The SrO(SrTiO3)1 (Sr2TiO4) Ruddlesden Popper (RP) phase is a natural superlattice comprising of alternately stackingperovskite-type SrTiO3layers and rock salt SrO layers along the crystallographic c direction. This paper discusses theproperties of the Sr2TiO4and (La, Sm)-doped Sr2TiO4RP phase synthesized via molten salt method, within the context ofthermoelectric applications. A good thermoelectric material requires high electrical conductivity, high Seebeck coefficientand low thermal conductivity. All three conditions have the potential to be fulfilled by the Sr2TiO4RP phase, in particular,the superlattice structure allows a higher degree of phonon scattering hence resulting in lowered thermal conductivity. In thiswork, the Sr2TiO4RP phase is doped with Sm and La respectively, which allows injection of charge carriers, modification ofits electronic structure for improvement of the Seebeck coefficient, and most significantly, reduction of thermal conductivity. The particles with submicron size allows excessive phonon scattering along the boundaries, thus reduces the thermalconductivity by fourfold. In particular, the Sm-doped sample exhibited even lower lattice thermal conductivity, which isbelieved to be due to the mismatch in the ionic radius of Sr and Sm. This finding is useful as a strategy to reduce thermalconductivity of Sr2TiO4RP phase materials as thermoelectric candidates, by employing dopants of differing ionic radius.
The results of calibration and optimization of the diagnostic equipment for a gigawatt power pulsed ion beam accelerator are presented. The study was performed using the TEMP-4M accelerator set in a mode of double pulse formation. The first pulse is negative (300 - 600 ns, 100 - 150 kV) followed by the second positive pulse (80 ns, 250 - 300 kV). The ion current density is 30 - 300 A/cm<sup>2</sup> (for different designs of diodes), the ion energy is 250 - 300 keV, and the beam is composed of protons and carbon ions. The calibration of the diagnostic equipment shows that it correctly reflects the accelerator operation in short circuit mode (U = 50 - 60 kV), when operating with a resistive load up to 10 ?(200?00 kV) and when operating with the diode. A technique based on time-of-flight (TOF) method for a quick determination of beam composition (ion type and degree of ionization) was tested. The method allows for the determination of absolute values of the ion current density and the energy spectrum for each ion type with an accuracy of ±10%.
Objectives: 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) regularly occurs in foods and in alcoholic beverages. However, the risk of HMF associated with alcohol consumption has not been systematically studied, so that this study will provide the first quantitative risk assessment of HMF for consumers of alcoholic beverages. Methods: Human dietary intake of HMF via alcoholic beverages in the European Union was estimated based on WHO alcohol consumption data combined with our own survey data (n=944) and literature data (n=147) about the HMF contents of different beverage groups (beer,wine, spirits and unrecorded alcohol). The risk assessment was conducted using the margin of exposure (MOE) approach. Results: For olfactory epithelium metaplasia in female mice, a benchmark dose (BMD) of 127 mg/kg bodyweight (bw)/d and a BMD lower confidence limit (BMDL) of 79 mg/kg bw/d were calculated from National Toxicology Program oral long-term animal experiments. The average human exposure to HMF from alcoholic beverages was estimated at 6.0E-3 mg/kg bw/d, which is approximately 8.5% of the total dietary exposure. In comparison of the human exposure with BMDL, the MOE was 13,167 for average alcohol consumption scenarios, which is a value that would be generally assumed as safe for threshold based compounds. Conclusions: The results show that the risk from HMF to the alcohol-consuming population is rather low and the priority for risk management (e.g. to reduce the contamination) is also low. Further toxicological research about HMF is required to further elucidate its mechanism.
Ionic liquids are receiving an upsurge of interest as ‘green' solvents; primarily as replacements for conventional media in chemical processes. Although ionic liquids are rather “young” modifier, their great potential in high-performance liquids chromatography (HPLC) has already been demonstrated. This review presents an overview of the applications of ionic liquids as mobile phase modifiers in HPLC.