ISSN:2320-9151 Impact Factor:3.5

Volume 11, Issue 12, December 2023 Edition - IEEE-SEM Journal Publication

Evolving Horizons: The Changing Generation of Legacy SystemPDF

Nitin Rawal

According to Organising for Digital Delivery, an independent report written by the Digital Economy Council, the UK spends half of its $5.832 billion (£4.7 billion) IT spend on maintaining and managing legacy systems. The systems were eight to 51 years old. According to the report by the Government Accountability Office, each year, the U.S. government spends over $100 billion on information technology. Most of that will be used to operate and maintain existing legacy systems. These systems are costly to maintain and vulnerable from cyber security point of view. For the need of the time, legacy applications are going for a transformative shift, based on technical advancements, change in business demands and need of digital innovation in industry. This white paper deep dive into the dynamics of the changing generation of legacy applications through user experience and design. As well as explore the impacting factors to evolve the legacy applications and provide insights to make informed decisions for sustainable and viable system. We’ll be exploring the benefit of better design and user experience principle can help the organisations and businesses in this transformative journey and the impact of AI in this process.

Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Environments in Thailand and the Philippines in terms of influencing foreign direct investment: A Governance PerspectivePDF

Aykhan Sadigov, Phd student at wsb university

This research employs the World Bank's Worldwide Governance Indicator to assess the impact of political institutions on the regulatory environments in Thailand and the Philippines. The study explores six key governance dimensions, including voice and accountability, political stability, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of law, and corruption control. Comparative analysis reveals distinctive governance profiles, notably positioning Thailand as a more attractive destination for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) than the Philippines. Key words: Regulatory environment, foreign direct investment, governance dimensions, Thailand, Philippines

Lithostructural Mapping of Hanna Lake and Its Surrounding Area: A 3D Geological Mapping Analysis of Formation PresencePDF

Rani Ummay Farwa, Khlieeq Ul Zaman, Adeel Hassan, Ali Raza, Aflah Jahan, Aliha, Hassan Ali

Lithostructural mapping of Hanna Lake and its surrounding area in Quetta, Pakistan, was conducted using a combination of 3D mapping techniques and geological mapping to identify the lithostructure of the area and the geologic formations present. The 3D mapping techniques included satellite imagery, aerial photography, and ground surveys. The geological mapping included the identification of rock types, structural features, and stratigraphic relationships. The lithostructural mapping revealed that the Hanna Lake area is composed of a variety of geologic formations ranging from Middle Jurassic (Chiltan Limestone) to Holocene (Hanna Group). The sedimentary rock present in the assigned area, both marine and non-marine (fluvial) environments, indicates the eustatic sea level change and closure of Neo Tethys Sea. The 3D mapping techniques were used to create a three-dimensional model of the Hanna Lake area. This model was used to identify elevation changes in the area. The geological mapping was used to identify the age and relationships between the different rock formations. The results of this study provide a comprehensive overview of the lithostructure of the Hanna Lake area and the geologic formations present. This information can be used for a variety of geological purposes.