KEKAL ABADIBuletin Perpustakaan Universiti Malaya University of Malaya Library Bulletin Vol. 2 December 2004 ISSN 0127-2578University of Malaya Library 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This essay discusses how, despite the presence of ICT, this still happens in the context of Southeast Asian studies, which is essentially a form of knowledge in itself.
The challenges and contradictions this process has produced is discussed and analyzed with examples from a Malaysian experience. An expert system for user assisted solar cell system selection.
Abstrak Sejak Teknologi Maklumat dan Komunikasi atau ICT diperkenalkan secara global, akses terhadap ilmu pengetahuan telah berlaku dengan pantas kepada audien yang lebih luas.
Biarpun ini benar, fakta juga membuktikan bahawa produksi dan reproduksi serta konsumpsi ilmu pengetahuan masih berlaku dalam acuan negara-bangsa.
It is real through face-to-face contact and imagined when the idea of its existence is mediated through mediums such as printed materials and electronic images, and, in particular, ICT.
Therefore, the term society refers simultaneously to a micro unit that we can observe and to a macro one that we can only partially engaged with.
We therefore have observable `societies' within a macro imagined `society'.
Southeast Asia, like other regions in the world, has both (Reid 1993, Tarling 1992). Sintering additives (Tin (IV) oxide) for the processing of Mg Cu Zn ferrites. Ultrasonic range meter (PIC and seven segment display). Eye detection using template matching in frontal images with uniform background.
Esei ini membincangkan bagaimana Kajian Asia Tenggara, sebagai satu bentuk ilmu pengetahuan, masih dikongkong oleh ruang negara-bangsa dalam rantau berkenaan.
Cabaran dan kontradiksi yang timbul dalam proses ini akan dibincangkan berdasarkan pengalaman Malaysia. Comparison studies on performance of high energy efficiency (EFF1 cemep standard) and low energy efficiency motors (EFF3 cemep standard).
Introduction This essay is advancing an argument that although ICT has made knowledge in general more accessible to a wider audience in larger volume and quicker than ever before, ironically, its production, especially, in the field of social sciences and humanities, is increasingly trapped in its `dividedness' because it is organized usually within the `nation-state' thus giving rise to what could be called `methodological nationalism', in which universal social issues are studied and elaborated in the micro-context of a nationstate, not as universal social issues unimpeded by the physical and ideational boundaries of historically and artificially constructed nation-states.