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eMatch: An Online Matching System of Missing and Found Persons through Mobile Application Utilizing Dataveillance Technique

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Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Even in ancient times, people have found ways to make their lives easier through technology. Centuries before, humans have created the foundation of modern technological advances by creating the simplest machines, such as the wheel and the ladder. Using human intelligence and innovation, we have created a world full of possibilities. Over time, we have created technological masterpieces that have even expanded into the kingdom of biology and astronomy. Scientists are now finding ways to create organs and mount explorations on celestial bodies, even to other galaxies. We have found ways to harness energy without harming the environment. Now, we have made our lives so much easier and much more efficient than all those years before. With our help, technology has made countless innovations. People are more and more embracing new technologies that have various uses in their daily lives. We are now able to do anything with just the right device and the proper knowledge of how to use it. Within the past two centuries, our technological advances have grown exponentially, as Andy Grode of Intel predicted. We started by creating vehicles and simple computers and eventually creating touch screen devices and rockets that travel into outer space. It is simply astounding to see how far we've come. At the turn of the 21st century, we have created gadgets that are much more suited to the modern world. Portable laptops, mobile phones and other devices have aided us with adapting to the urbanization of the world.

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Cellular phones allow us to communicate and keep in touch with people from all over the world. With just a few clicks, anyone would be able to contact anyone else who wishes to communicate with each other. Some cellular phones...

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