JCSSE 2017

15 Mar 2017 Paper Submission Deadline 5 Apr 2017 Paper Submission Deadline 30 Apr 2017Paper Submission Deadline (Extended) 15 May 2017 Notification of Acceptance 31 May 2017 Submission of Camera-ready Manuscripts 31 May 2017 Registration and Payment Deadline 12-14 Jul 2017 Conference Days at Twin lotus Hotel, Nakhon Si Thammarat

Workshops

Workshop 1: Software Process Models and Research Directions: Exploring concept through games and activities


Workshop 2: Apache Solr


Topic

Detail

Getting Started

This section guides you through the installation and setup of Solr.

Using the Solr Administration User Interface

This section introduces the Solr Web-based user interface. From your browser you can view configuration files, submit queries, view logfile settings and Java environment  settings, and monitor and control distributed configurations.

Documents, Fields, and Schema Design

This section describes how Solr organizes its data for indexing. It   explains how a Solr schema defines the fields and field types which Solr uses to organize data within the document files it indexes.

Understanding Analyzers, Tokenizers, and Filters

This section explains how Solr prepares text for indexing   and searching. Analyzers parse text and produce a stream of tokens, lexical units used for indexing and  searching. Tokenizers break field data down into tokens. Filters perform other transformational or selective work on token streams.

Indexing and Basic Data Operations

This section describes the indexing process and basic index operations,  such as commit, optimize, and rollback.

Searching

This section presents an overview of the search process in Solr. It describes the main components  used in searches, including request handlers, query parsers, and response writers. It lists the query parameters   that can be passed to Solr, and it describes features such as boosting and faceting, which can be used to  fine-tune search results.

The Well-Configured Solr Instance

This section discusses performance tuning for Solr. It begins with an  overview of the solrconfig.xml file

Client APIs

This section tells you how to access Solr -


Workshop 3: 3D printing


Topic

Introduction to 3D printing  & LekOboT

LekOboT Success Stories

How to use LekOboT

3D Printing for Teaching, under the concept of STEM

How to use Pronterface/Slic3r

Design 3D object bye using DesignSpark Mechanical

LekOboT: Problem & Solution