2010 Second International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Science 2010
DOI: 10.1109/itcs.2010.62 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: This paper proposes a solution of Network Teaching System (NTS) based on Java EE architecture. It combines EJB 3, JSF and open-source Ajax framework ICEfaces for Java EE applications to stratify reasonably. The rich UI components provided by ICEfaces are embedded in the presentation layer and the generic EAO patterns is introduced into the data persistence layer as data abstraction interface of business logic layer. It not only greatly simplifies human-computer interaction experience and running stability of N… Show more

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“…When analyzing the AART curve in Fig. 4, compared with the e-Learning system solutions of [7] and [9], we can find that the system response time of the solution proposed by this paper may increase according to the curve until it reaches 100 users. After that time, the increase of the curve changes more acutely.…”
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“…When analyzing the AART curve in Fig. 4, compared with the e-Learning system solutions of [7] and [9], we can find that the system response time of the solution proposed by this paper may increase according to the curve until it reaches 100 users. After that time, the increase of the curve changes more acutely.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…3 Analysis of AART curve in Fig. 3, compared with the e-Learning system solution based on open source framework -Struts, Hibernate and Spring (SHS) [4], the system response time of the solution of Java EE increases in accordance with the linear way until it reaches about 100 users [6]. After that time, the increase of the curve becomes more intense.…”
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“…EJB 3, Hibernate and Oracle TopLink are the effective solutions to implement ORM [3], [4], but the implementation of ORM is time-consuming compared with JDBC [5]. Although the foregoing ORM tools provide convenience for operating RDB as object, the cost and complexity of e-Learning system are increased, and the real-time requirement of e-Learning system is reduced [6].…”
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“…Java EE has already been applied in e-commerce [16], e-learning [17], as well as in e-health with real life cases at intensive care [18], dental care [19], and laboratory [20]. Its layered approach has several advantages [19]: (a) changes in database do not affect the user's application, (b) scalability or extendibility is provided by using a separate business layer, and …”
Section: Java Enterprise Applicationmentioning