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Kimheng SOK, Jean Noël COLIN, Kimtho PO. 2018. Blockchain and Internet of Things Opportunities and Challenges. In The Ninth International Symposium on Information and Communication Technology (SoICT2018), December 6-7, 2018, Danang City, Vietnam. ACM.

Dona Valy, Michel Verleysen, Kimheng SOK (2016). “Line Segmentation Approach for Ancient Palm Leaf Manuscripts using Competitive Learning Algorithm”, China.

Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Dona Valy, Jean-Christophe Burie, Erick Paulus, I Made Gede Sunarya, Setiawan Hadi, Kimheng SOK, Jean-Marc Ogier (2016). Southeast Asian Palm Leaf Manuscript Images: A Review of Handwritten Text Line Segmentation Methods and New Challenges. Journal of Electronic Imaging, 26(1), 011011 (2016), doi: 10.1117/1.JEI.26.1.011011,France.

Jean-Christophe Burie, Mickael Coustaty, Setiawan Hadi, Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Jean-Marc Ogier, Erick Paulus, Kimheng SOK, I Made Gede Sunarya and Dona Valy (2016). “ICFHR 2016 Competition on the Analysis of Handwritten Text in Images of Balinese Palm Leaf Manuscripts”, France.

Kimheng SOK, Serge MIRANDA (2015). “Future Mobiquitous Tourism in Cambodia”, (pp. 257-259). In The 15th SCA Conference and International Symposium under the theme Science and Technology for Culture, 15th-16th May 2015 ,Siem Reap, Cambodia.



Catherine PAPETTI, Kimheng SOK, Serge MIRANDA et Gregory GALLI (2014). Chapitre 3. Une application de gestion de tags pour le tourisme mobiquitaire: Application au projet Thom au Cambodge. In Immatériel Touristique (pp. 139-158). France: ISBN: 978-2-343-03087, L'Harmattan.


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