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The UCSY's Research Repository (UCSYRR) is an open access repository with a set of services to capture, store, index, and provide access to digital content produced by the University of Computer Studies, Yangon.

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  • Thu, May Phyo; Nwe, Khine Moe; Aye, Kyar Nyo (9th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering (WCSE 2019), Hong Kong, 2019-06-15)
    Replication plays an important role for storage system to improve data availability, throughput and response time for user and control storage cost. Due to different nature of data access pattern, data popularity is ...
  • Aye, Kyar Nyo; Thein, Ni Lar (Tenth International Conference on Computer Applications (ICCA 2012), 2012-02-28)
    In today’s world, almost every enterprise is seeing an explosion of data. They are getting huge amount of digital data generated daily. Such huge amount of data needs to be stored for various reasons. Now the important ...
  • Thu, May Phyo; Nwe, Khine Moe; Aye, Kyar Nyo (1st International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Deep Learning Applications (ICBDL), 2018)
    Nowadays, replication technique is widely used in data center storage systems to prevent data loss. Data popularity is a key factor in data replication as popular files are accessed most frequently and then they ...
  • Htwe, Ah Nge; Nge, Mi Mi (International Conference on e-Business (iNCEB), 2009-10)
    Image zooming is a vital role in image processing. The zoomed images can be distorted because of blocky or jaggy effects. Sometimes, there is a problem to define the content of image or photo. The distorted image is needed ...
  • Thu, May Phyo; Nwe, Khine Moe; Aye, Kyar Nyo (1st International Conference on Advanced Information Technologies (ICAIT), Yangon, 2017-11-01)
    Nowadays, replication technique is widely used in data center storage systems to prevent data loss. Data popularity is a key factor in data replication as popular files are accessed most frequently and then they ...

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