Browsing by Author Anupong Wongchai

Jump to: 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
or enter first few letters:  
Showing results 1 to 11 of 11
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1-Sep-2022Artificial intelligence - enabled soft sensor and internet of things for sustainable agriculture using ensemble deep learning architectureAnupong Wongchai; Surendra Kumar Shukla; Mohammed Altaf Ahmed; Ulaganathan Sakthi; Mukta Jagdish; Ravi kumar
1-Jan-2022An Efficient Outlier Detection with Deep Learning-Based Financial Crisis Prediction Model in Big Data EnvironmentYalla Venkateswarlu; K. Baskar; Anupong Wongchai; Venkatesh Gauri Shankar; Christian Paolo Martel Carranza; José Luis Arias Gonzáles; A. R. Murali Dharan
28-Nov-2017Environmental analysis and monitoring for recreational farms in TaiwanWen Chuan Chang; Chun Nan Lin; Anupong Wongchai
1-Jan-2015Factors affecting farmland sales in rural northern ThailandAnupong Wongchai
11-Nov-2019Livestock Occupational Extension of Farmers for Problems Solving Burning in Agricultural Zone: The Case Study of Mae Na Chon Sub-District, Mae Chaem District, Chiang Mai ProvinceWallratat Intaruccomporn; Suraphol Sreshthaputra; Panuphan Prapatigul; Nathitakarn Pinthukas; Anupong Wongchai
1-Nov-2017The operational efficiency analysis of insurance companies in ThailandAnupong Wongchai
1-Jul-2016The operational efficiency of health tourism industries in three provinces of northeastern ThailandNattanin Ueasin; Anupong Wongchai
1-Jan-2015Performance assessment and optimization of biomass steam turbine power plants by data envelopment analysisNattanin Ueasin; Anupong Wongchai; Sakkarin Nonthapot
1-Jan-2018The performance measurement and productivity change of agro and food industry in the stock exchange of ThailandRapee Pongpanich; Ke Chung Peng; Anupong Wongchai
1-Jan-2015The Technical Efficiency of Rice Husk Power Generation in Thailand: Comparing Data Envelopment Analysis and Stochastic Frontier AnalysisNattanin Ueasin; Shu Yi Liao; Anupong Wongchai
1-Oct-2022A viable bioremediation strategy for treating paper and pulp industry effluents and assessing the prospect of resulted bacterial biomass as single cell protein (SCP) using indigenous bacterial speciesJutamas Khumchai; Anupong Wongchai; Ruangwong On-uma; Amal Sabour; Maha Alshiekheid; Mathiyazhagan Narayanan; Indira Karuppusamy; Arivalagan Pugazhendhi; Kathirvel Brindhadevi; Nguyen Thuy Lan Chi