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Volume 4 - Issue 6 (June 2015)


Sapele Thermal Power Station Generator Availability and Units Performance Studies
By Engr. Ogieva F. E., Engr. Dr. Ike S.A., & Engr. Dr. Anyaeji C.A.
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Index: 10.183x/A460117 aned
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This paper presents investigation on generator availability and performance studies on four gas and six steam turbine unit generators at Sapele Power Station in Nigeria. The availability investigation covers from 2005 to 2011 and was done through an exhaustive collection of data from samples of operating facilities in the power station. Data was collected from plant user maintenance log, operation records and manufacturers‟ data were also sources of information. This investigation used the IEEE std 762 generator performance indices amongst other calculated key operational availability indices in the evaluations and analysis of the collected data. A software program was developed, "Function Outage Parameters (FOP)‟, using the outage frameworks of data collected from the station. The program was implemented in MATLAB 11.5b. The data was used to evaluate six (6) out of the ten generating units available in the station because four of the units (mainly gas turbines) had been out of service before the start–to–end period of investigation. The result was used to appraise performance indices and parameters and a periodic availability assessment of all the installed generating units.
Author Keywords:- Availability, Performance, Steam turbines, Maintenance, Reliability.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 17
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Social Support in the Utilization of Antenatal Care Based On Customer Driven
Meity Albertina, Grace C Sipasulta, Nurhayati
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Index: 10.183x/B461822 aned
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Background: Pregnant women come to health care (provider)not only to get service, but they alsocome as they have needs and expectations, as well as to utilize antenatal care by health workers. Only 66% of pregnant women utilize antenatal care and the number declines during childbirth. Affecting factors include: poverty, socio-cultural and demographic, area of residence (urban and rural), age, parity, education, and economics, distance to provider, a mother is not entitled to make a decision, inadequate antenatal care's facilities, transportation, lack of family support that allows a woman to leave the house for maternal checkup. The objective of the study: to determine the effect of social support on the utilization of antenatal care based on customer driven in Balikpapan. The method of the study: The study is a survey research with cross sectional study. Sampling technique: Multistage random sampling. The samples were 210 women with babies aged 0-12 months. The analysis of the data used structural equation analysis namely Partial Least Square (PLS). Results: social support (support from friends, husband and social groups) is significantly correlated to the utilization of antenatal care (0.117). Conclusion: The need to build a good communication with family, friends and husband as the support is essential in antenatal care.
Author Keywords:- Support, utilization of antenatal care, customer driven.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 05
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Application Methods artificial neural network(Ann) Back propagation structure for Predicting the value Of bed channel roughnes scoefficient
Wibowo, Suripin, Kodoatie, Isdiyana
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Index: 10.183x/C462334 aned
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Forecasting Manning roughness coefficient act out an important role in hydraulic engineering because it is use full for the design of hydraulic structures, modeling of river hydraulic sand sediment transport. This paper used of back propagation neural network method for predicting the Manning roughness coefficient. Data used in the form of experimental results form the bed configuration in a laboratory and secondary data, a total of 352data.The results using of backpropagationneural network method is optimized and accurate enough to7-10-1network architecture, namely one input layer with 10 neurons, one hidden layer with 10 neurons and one output layer with one neuron. Parameters used logsig activation function and function trainer of training, with a tolerance of error of 0.01; 0.05learning rate and the maximum epochs much as1000.The model that is Q prediksi = 0,95 Q simulasi +0,0012. With the correlation coefficientof0.980.The resulting MSE valueis0.00000177 and value for NSE of0.597.The training data as well as the value suit ability the curve of 1:1.
Author Keywords:- Prediction; Roughness Coefficient;Neural Network Back propagation.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 12
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Wave Transmission on Submerged Breakwater with Interlocking D-Block Armor
Hamdani, Bambang Trihatmodjo, Suharyanyo
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Index:10.183x/D463544 aned
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Breakwater is a construction to reduce the effect of ocean wave that causes erosion/abrasion in coastal areas. The study is aimed at determining the stability of the interlocking D-block armor in breakwater. Laboratory experiment to confirm the findings uses variations of water depth, (d), wave period(t), topwidth(B) and thewave height(H). The breakwater type used in this researchis the submerged breakwater with the interlocking D-block armor that results in regular waves in the 2D glass channel (waveflame). To determine the parameters that influence the transmission wave, the breakwater here is designed to represent actual behaviors. Observations and measurements in the study was the effect of wave height(H), wave period(t) before and after passing the breakwater structure in the wave channel.
Author Keywords: - Breakwater, transmission coefficient(Kt), interlocking D-block
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 10
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Relation Between Stress And Menstrual Cycle At 18-21 Years Of Age
Sri Hazanah, Rahmawati Shoufiah, Nurlaila
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Index: 10.183x/E464549 aned
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Menstrual cycle is ideally regular in every months in the length of time about 21-35 days at each menstrual period. Menstruation on women is regular after 18 years old. Result of the research on 4000 women is that there are only 3% of who experience regular menstrual cycle. Almost all women experience irregular menstrual cycle from a month to another. Many factors affect irregular menstrual cycle, one of them is stress. The aim of the research is to find out relation of stress and menstrual cycle on inclusive line students of 18-21 years old at 3rd Diploma of Obstetrics Course of Study in Balikpapan Health Polytechnic, Ministry of Health East Borneo. The research is characterized by analytic descriptive with cross sectional research design. Population of the research are obstetrics students of 18-21 years old with 197 number of students. Sampling is by stratified random sampling method with 132 persons. Data collection method is using questionnaire as data collection instrument. Data analysis technic is by using chi square (X2) statistics test with CI =95% and α = 0,05. Statistics calculation is using computer program. Result of the research shows that there is significant relation between stress and menstrual cycle with the value of Pvalue = 0,001 < the value of α = 0,05 with X2 calculation = 14,915 > X2 table= 3,841. Conclusion: most of inclusive line students of 18-21 years old at 3rd Diploma Obstetrics Course of Study in Balikpapan are stressful.
Author Keywords: - Stress, Menstrual Cycle, 18-21 Years Of Age
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The (R, Q) Control of A Mixture Inventory Model with Backorders and Lost Sales with Controllable Set Up Cost And Variable Lead Time with Service Level Constraint
Dr Sudipta Sinha
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Index: 10.183x/F465056 aned
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This paper modifies Chuang et al‟s[6] inventory model by adding service level constraint. In this study, I investigate the periodic review inventory model with a mixture of back orders and lost sales. The lead time varies with the ordered quantity. The set-up cost is not constant, it is controllable. Also, instead of having a stock out cost in the objective function, a service level constraint is employed. Furthermore, with the help of a numerical example the problem is described.
Author Keywords:- Mixture inventory, Periodic review, Service level, Lead time,JIT
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 07
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Understanding the Concept of Strategic Intent
Mburu, S.N and Thuo, J.K
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Index: 10.183x/G465760 aned
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This conceptual paper is a review of the concept of strategic intent in relation to the strategic management theories. It reviews literature on strategic management theories stemming from the origin of the word strategic management to the current discussion on strategic intent. The concept of strategic intent inspires the management leadership as the way to bring future into current thinking thus allowing them to reorganize the organization for future competition by developing products, core competencies, systems and relationship that will give them a competitive edge. The paper has identified that strategic intent goes beyond the strategic planning to get a deeper imagination of where the organization should be 10 – 20 years into the future. This article is suggested to be an additional work into the understanding of strategic intent concept as one of the emerging issues in management
Author Keywords:- Strategic intent, strategic management, strategy
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The Role of Community Participation in Planning Processes of Emerging Urban Centres. A study of Paidha Town in Northern Uganda.
Kayom Wilson, SengendoHannington, Mukiibi Stephen
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Index: 10.183x/H466171 aned
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Participation has increasingly become one of the most vital ingredients of urban planning and development. In Uganda participatory planning has been given prominence with the rise to practice of planning policies and approaches that sought to democratize the country's development planning system. A major tenet in the democratization agenda was the establishment of a participatory system of planning in which local communities, facilitated by technocrats would participate in planning processes and influence the way physical planning functioned. Based on this unique value, this paper examines the level of participation of the urban community in physical planning process. This article focuses on an emerging urban centre of Paidha in northern Uganda. It shows that whereas participatory planning is recognised by many stakeholders, urban community inclusive, in practice nothing significant have been achieved. The level of urban community participation in physical planning is still very low. The study indicates that participatory planning plays a fundamental role in planning processes making it vital for physical planning. This study thus provides insights into the potential of urban participation for sustainable urban development. It therefore calls for community participation to be taken into account in efforts to promote planning process as an integral part of physical planning.
Author Keywords:- Community Participation, Planning Process, Physical Planning, Emerging Urban Centre
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 09
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Harmonic Analysis Associated With A Generalized Bessel- Struve Operator On The Real Line
A. ABOUELAZ , A. ACHAK , R. DAHER , N. SAFOUANE
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Index: 10.183x/I467284 aned
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In this paper we consider a generalized Bessel-Struve operator ,n l on the real line, which generalizes the Bessel-Struve operator ,n l , we define the generalized Bessel-Struve intertwining operator which turn out to be transmutation operator between l and the second derivative operator 2 2 d dx . We build the generalized Weyl integral transform and we establish an inversion theorem of the generalized Weyl integral transform. We exploit the generalized Bessel-Struve intertwining operator and the generalized Weyl integral transform, firstly to develop a new harmonic analysis on the real line corresponding to ,n l , and secondly to introduce and study the generalized Sonine integral transform , , n m S  . We prove that , , n m S  is a transmutation operator from ,n l to ,n l . As a side result we prove Paley-Wiener theorem for the generalized Bessel-Struve transform associated with the generalized Bessel-Struve operator.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 13
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Prediction of the daily global solar irradiance received on a horizontal surface -New approach
M.K. El-Adawi, S.A. Shalaby, S.E.-S.Abd El-Ghany, F.E.Salman and M.A.Attallah
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Index: 10.183x/J468593 aned
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This conceptual paper is a review of the concept of strategic intent in relation to the strategic management theories. It reviews literature on strategic management theories stemming from the origin of the word strategic management to the current discussion on strategic intent. The concept of strategic intent inspires the management leadership as the way to bring future into current thinking thus allowing them to reorganize the organization for future competition by developing products, core competencies, systems and relationship that will give them a competitive edge. The paper has identified that strategic intent goes beyond the strategic planning to get a deeper imagination of where the organization should be 10 – 20 years into the future. This article is suggested to be an additional work into the understanding of strategic intent concept as one of the emerging issues in management
Author Keywords:- Strategic intent, strategic management, strategy
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 09
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A Study on Solar Still with Separate Condenser
B.Pushpa, K.Sherath Chendra, K.P.Reddy
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Solar still is simple device used to convert available saline water into drinking water. A conventional solar still is widely used for water purification but its efficiency is low. Numerous modelling and design attempts have been made to improve its performance i.e. increase the daily productivity of the still. This experimental study is carried out to evaluate the effect of using a separate condenser on the performance of a single slop solar still. This research work focused on the comparative study between solar still with separate condenser and conventional solar still. The result shows that the basin type solar still with separate condenser is 19% more efficient than the conventional still.
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Optimal Maching Parameter Using Taguchi Method On Al-Si (Lm 6)
K.Kumar, Leela Ramesh, B.Pushpa
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the recent years the usage of cast Al–Si alloy components in automotive and marine industries has increased significantly. Such alloys are invariably treated for modification and grain refinement prior to casting to achieve improved properties and performance. Grain refinement plays a crucial role in improving characteristics and properties of aluminum silicon eutectic (Al– 12Si) alloy. In the present research work, modified and grain refined Aluminium-Silicon alloys are synthesized from commercially available base alloys using die casting method. An attempt has been made to machine the eutectic Al–12Si (LM 6) alloy using CNC at different conditions. Modified Taguchi robust design analysis is employed to determine optimal combination of Machining parameters. The Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is also applied to identify the most significant factor. It is found that the Depth of cut is the most significant factor on Material Removal Rate (MRR) and Feed rate is for Roughness of machined surface (Ra). It has been observed that there is good agreement between the predicted and experimental values of optimization. The influence of depth of cut and feed rate on MRR and Ra have been discussed. The addition of modifier and grain refiner had a crucial role in improving the mechanical properties in eutectic LM 6 alloy.
Author Keywords:- Eutectic (Al–12Si) alloys, Material Removal Rate (MRR), Roughness, ANOVA, Multi– Response S/N ratio
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 11
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A Study of Heat Transfer Using Corrugated Al2o3microparticles
Santhosh, lingaraj, GS. Patil
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In the present work studies are carried on a three channel one-one pass corrugated plate type heat exchanger in parallel flow arrangement. Hot fluid was made to flow in the central channel at different inlet temperature ranging from 40oC to 60oC to get cooled by the cold fluid in the upper and the lower channels.Al2O3microparticle were added in the hot fluid in different proportions to enhance the system performance. It is observed that addition of Al2O3 micro particle in the hot fluid may improve the effectiveness of the heat exchanger by 50%.
Author Keywords:- Corrugated Plate Heat Exchanger, Effectiveness, Exergy Loss
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 06
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Mechanical Properties, Welding Joints of Similar & Disimilar Aluminium Alloys Aa6061
Santosh, G.Bhanu Prakash, Shailaja
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This paper focuses on the mechanical properties of the welded joints of similar and dissimilar pairs of Aluminum alloys. Three different pairs (AA6061-AA6061), (AA6061-AA6082) and (AA6082- AA6082) were considered in present study. Friction stir welding (FSW) was selected for the joining of lap and butt welded parts having 200 x 100 x 5mn thick sheets each. The welds were tested by NDT tests, Liquid penetration test and the ultrasonic test, which reveals acceptance. The samples were tested by ASTM standards of tensile test, bending test, charpy impact test. The characteristics (load at yield, yield stress, tensile strength and load at sample failure) of friction stir welded material are discussed. The present study shows that composite material has highest effect on mechanical properties of the specimens taken from welded zone (W) and non-welded zone (NW).
Author Keywords:- (FSW) Friction Stir Welding Joints, similar and dissimilar pairs of Aluminum Alloys (AA6061- 6061), (AA6061-6082) and (AA6082-6082). ASTM methods (W) Welded zone, (NW) Non welded zone.
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 10
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A Patient Revocation and Secure Multi-Keyword Search Scheme Over Encrypted PHR
Birru Devender, Md. Khalid Imam Rahmani
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Cloud Computing is an up-and-coming technology now days in this bond in order to store and share enormous volume of data over internet we required Cloud Services. Cloud offering some services like IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS(Software as a Service) etc where it can control storage and share data securely with reduced cost thus sensitive personal Health records should be encrypted before outsource onto cloud for the sake of patient data privacy. As our existing system we noticed some of the privacy challenges over multi-keyword search from the cloud server. i.e patient revocation and lack of encryption scheme over index structure. In this paper we proposed a novel policy for patient revocation for avoiding patient revocation issues for dynamic updating over encrypted Health records by an authority i.e. Trusted Key manager(TKM) which manages keys by Diffie Hellman Algorithms: This algorithm is basically used to generate keys, and Cipher text- Policy Attribute-based Encryption (CP-ABE) is regarded as one of the most suitable technologies for data access control in cloud storage systems, because it gives the PHR owner more direct control on access policies and does not require the PHR to distribute keys. In CP-ABE scheme, there is an authority (TKM) that is responsible for key management. The PHR Owner defines the access policies and encrypts data under the policies using SHA-1. Each patient will be issued a secret key according to its attributes. A Patient can decrypt the cipher text only when its attributes satisfy the access policies under the fine grained approach scheme.
Author Keywords:- Trusted Key manager (TKM), Cipher text-Policy Attribute-based Encryption (CP-ABE)
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Semantic Analysis and Representation of Medical Images using Hybrid Watershed algorithm
N. Subhash Chandra, P. Srikanth, Y Ramakrishna
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In this paper, a learning approach coupling region based and content based image processing is presented for Semantic image analysis in medical domain. Explicitly defined domain knowledge under the proposed approach includes objects of the domain of interest and their spatial relations based on the training set. The proposed algorithm contains 3 levels namely Annotation, Region analysis and Graphical representation. Finally the images are represented as graphs. Annotation is to find the organs present in the image and Region analysis is to find the dissimilarities. The abnormal conditions are clearly noted and revealed in graphs. The efficiency of graph is increased by the providing more information about the discrepancies. This gives the exact information what user requires and helps in easier understanding of Medical images.
Author Keywords:- Semantic Analysis, Annotating Images, Edge Detection, Graphical image representation, Medical image analysis.
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Security Issues for Better Connection to Internet
E SriKrishna, Ch Anand, G A Satish Kumar
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Packet sniffing is a technique of monitoring every packet that crosses the network. A packet sniffer is a piece of software or hardware that monitors all network traffic. The security threat presented by sniffers is their ability to capture all incoming and outgoing traffic, including clear-text passwords and usernames or other sensitive material. While packet sniffers can be fully passive, some aren't, therefore they can be detected. This paper discusses the different methods that AntiSniff uses to detect these sniffing programs
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A Novel Control Strategy for Voltage Sag Mitigation in Distribution Line By Using DVR
V .Vishnuvardhan Yadav, L .Sai Suman Rao, S.Venumadhav, P.Lalitha Maduri
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This proposed controller supplements the voltage-sag compensation control of the DVR for downstream fault current interruption in a radial distribution line . It does not require phase-locked loop and independently controls the magnitude and phase angle of the injected voltage for each phase. Fast least error squares digital filters are used to estimate the magnitude and phase of the measured voltages and effectively reduce the impacts of noise, harmonics, and disturbances on the estimated pharos parameters, and this enables effective fault current interrupting even under arcing fault conditions. The results of the simulation studies performed in the PSCAD/EMTDC software environment indicate that the proposed control scheme: 1) can limit the fault current to less than the nominal load current and restore the point of common coupling voltage within 10 ms; 2) can interrupt the fault current in less than two cycles;3) limits the dc-link voltage rise and, thus, has no restrictions on the duration of fault current interruption; 4) performs satisfactorily even under arcing fault conditions; and 5) can interrupt the fault current under low dc-link voltage conditions.
Author Keywords:- Digital filters, dynamic voltage restorer (DVR), fault current interrupting, multiloop control
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 08
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Qos Aware Multihop Based Routing Strategy for Mobile Ad HOC Network
B.M.G. Prasad, B. Ravi Kumar, T.Venu
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Here in this paper a MAC layer level clogging detection system has been projected. The planned model aims to explore a system to compute the degree of clogging at victim node with maximal accuracy. This clogging detection apparatus is integrated with a Two-Step Cross Layer Clogging Control Routing Topology. The proposed model involves controlling of clogging in two steps with effective energy capable blocking detection and optimal cost of routing. Packet drop in routing is mostly due to link crash and clogging. Most of the existing clogging control solutions do not have the ability to distinguish between packet loss due to link collapse and packet loss due to clogging. As a result these solutions aim towards action against packet drop due to link malfunction which is an unnecessary effort and ends with of energy resources. The other limit in most of the available way out is the utilization of energy and resources to detect clogging state, degree of clogging and alert the source node about blocking in routing path. This paper explores a cross layered model of clogging recognition an control mechanism that include energy efficient clogging detection, Multicast Group Level Clogging Evaluation and Handling Algorithm [MGLCEH] and Multicast Group Level Load Balancing Algorithm [MGLLBA], which is a hierarchical cross layered base clogging recognition and avoidance model in short can refer as Qos Optimization by cross layered clogging handling (MGLCEH). This paper is supported by the investigational and simulation results show that better store utilization, energy efficiency in clogging detection and clogging control is possible by the proposed topology.
Author Keywords:- Ad-hoc networks, MANETS, clogging, cross-layer design, optimization, random access, wireless network
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Frequent Temporal Patterns Mining With Relative Intervals
B.M.G. Prasad, P. Naresh, V. Veeresh
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In this paper we have focused on the matter of discovering frequent temporal patterns in the database which contains temporal sequences, wherever a temporal sequence could be a set of things with associated dates as well as durations. Since the quantitative temporal info seems to be elementary in several contexts, it's taken under consideration within the mining processes and came back as a part of the extracted data. For this task we've got tailored the classical A Priori framework to propose an effective algorithmic rule supported by a hyper-cube illustration of temporal sequences. The extraction of quantitative temporal info is performed by employing a density estimation of the distribution of event intervals from the temporal sequences. Analyzing information sets shows that the projected algorithmic rule will robustly extract frequent temporal patterns with quantitative temporal extents.
Author Keywords:- Temporal Patterns, A priori framework, hyper-cube representation
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Power Quality & power control Improvement in DFIG Wind Turbine System using RSC& GSC Control system
Y.Archana Sai, Pallavi.D.L, P.Lalitha Madhuri
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Grid side converter Doubly fed induction generators' control strategy is proposed. To improve the performance characteristics of DFIG under grid voltage fluctuation. The control strategy is implemented to satisfy grid codes like grid stability, fault ride , power quality improvement, grid synchronization and power control etc. Doubly-fed Induction Generator system uses back-to-back converters in the rotor circuits to meet the necessary needs. Doubly-fed Induction Generator is the most common rotator machine which is used on the grid connected wind energy conversion system for the fulfillment of the system requirement such as grid stability, fault ride through, power quality improvement, and grid synchronization and power control etc. So in order to improve the operation capacity of wind turbine under critical situation, the intensive study of both machine side converter control and grid side converter control is necessary. The machine uses two back-to-back converters. The grid side converter is modeled to control the active power and reactive power independently along with dc-link voltage. This scheme allows wind turbines to remain synchronized to the grid during faults or during voltage sags and swings. The proposed control strategy is confirmed with simulation results in MATLAB/SIMULINK.
Author Keywords:- back to back converter.GSC and RSC Inverters Doubly Fed Induction Generators
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Document Type: Article Number of pages: 12
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Characteristic Based Image Search using Re-Ranking method
Chitti Babu, Yasmeen Jaweed, G.Vijay Kumar
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vImage search re-ranking is an effective approach to refine the text-based image search result. Text-based image retrieval suffers from essential difficulties that are caused mainly by the incapability of the associated text to appropriately describe the image content. In this paper, re-ranking methods are suggested address this problem in scalable fashion. Based on the classifiers for all the predefined Characteristics, each image is represented by an Characteristic feature consisting of the responses from these classifiers. A hyper graph can be used to model the relationship between images by integrating low-level visual features and Characteristic features. Hyper graph ranking is then performed to order the images. Its basic principle is that visually similar images should have similar ranking scores. It improves the performance over the text-based image search engine.
Author Keywords:- hyper graph, Characteristic-assisted
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Dynamic Robust Approach for Image resolution Gradient Enhancement
A Padmaja, S Krishna reddy, Janjirala Rajesh
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In this paper, we propose a picture super-determination methodology in view of angle improvement. Neighborhood requirements are set up to accomplish improved slope map, while the worldwide sparsity imperatives are forced on the angle field to diminish commotion impacts in super-determination results. We can then plan the picture recreation issue as advancing a vitality capacity made out of the proposed sharpness and sparsity regularization terms. The answer for this super-determination picture remaking is at long last accomplished utilizing the understood variable part and punishment systems. In correlation with the current techniques, the test results highlight our proposed strategy in calculation productivity and heartiness to uproarious scenes.
Author Keywords:- super-determination, recreation, sparsity
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Hybrid Approach To Web Service Recommendation Based On Qos-Aware Rating And Ranking
P shiva prasad, Surekha sarangam, Bharatkumar
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As the quantity of Web administrations with the same or comparable capacities increments relentlessly on the Internet, these days more administration customers give careful consideration to the nonutilitarian properties of Web administrations, otherwise called nature of administration (QoS), when discovering and selecting suitable Web administrations. For the vast majority of the QoS-mindful Web administration suggestion frameworks, the rundown of prescribed Web administrations is for the most part acquired in light of a rating-focused forecast methodology, going for anticipating the potential evaluations that a dynamic client may relegate to the unrated administrations as precisely as could be allowed. On the other hand, in some application situations, high precision of rating forecast may not as a matter of course prompt an agreeable proposal result. In this paper, we propose a combining so as to position focused mixture approach the thing based collective separating and inert element models to address the issue of Web administrations positioning. Specifically, the comparability between two Web administrations is measured as far as the connection coefficient between their rankings rather than between the conventional QoS evaluations. In addition, we additionally enhance the measure NDCG (Normalized Discounted Cumulative Gain) for assessing the exactness of the top K suggestions returned in positioned request. Thorough investigations on the QoS information set made out of certifiable Web administrations are directed to test our methodology, and the exploratory results show that our methodology beats other contending methodologies.
Author Keywords:- Quality of Service; Web Service Recommendation; Rating; Ranking
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Control Cloud Data Access Privilege and Anonymity with Fully Anonymous Attribute-Based Encryption
Chirumarthi Venkanna, G Shiva Krishna, Naresh Badabath
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Cloud computing is a revolutionary computing paradigm, which enables flexible, on-demand, and low-cost usage of computing resources, but the data is outsourced to some cloud servers, and various privacy concerns emerge from it. Various schemes based on the attribute-based encryption have been proposed to secure the cloud storage. However, most work focuses on the data contents privacy and the access control, while less attention is paid to the privilege control and the identity privacy. In this paper, we present a semi anonymous privilege control scheme Anony Control to address not only the data privacy, but also the user identity privacy in existing access control schemes. Anony Control decentralizes the central authority to limit the identity leakage and thus achieves semi anonymity. Besides, it also generalizes the file access control to the privilege control, by which privileges of all operations on the cloud data can be managed in a fine-grained manner. Subsequently, we present the AnonyControl-F, which fully prevents the identity leakage and achieve the full anonymity. Our security analysis shows that both AnonyControl and AnonyControl-F are secure under the decisional bilinear Diffie–Hellman assumption, and our performance evaluation exhibits the feasibility of our schemes.
Author Keywords:- on-demand, encryption, Anony control,Diffie-Hellman
e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 13
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Dynamic Packet Delivery Approach In Ad Hoc Network
Gnv Vibhav Reddy, A.Naga Malleshwar Rao,Venkateswarlu Gaddam
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This paper addresses the subject of enhancing execution of a customer/server specially appointed system framework improving so as to experience high asset conflict its parcel conveyance division. In past work creators gave an answer for lessen the likelihood of bottleneck events for such a framework, which primary thought is to decouple course asking for from administration giving exercises, and attempt to decrease the previous. This was accomplished by that for each occupied, and consequently basic server, a hub group is made by building a server-focused Connected Dominating Set (CDS) to effectively decrease the conflict level. This paper displays an enhanced arrangement using the system coding strategy with building the server-focused XORs-based system coding CDS. It is found that along these lines, the general information parcel conveyance division can be enhanced incredibly besides. Consequences of reproduction investigations exhibited the viability of the proposed approach. Index Terms— ad hoc network, server-centered CDS, network coding, resource contention, packet delivery fraction.
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e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 07
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Automatic Face Naming by Using Fused Affinity Matrix
Sireesa Balineni, Shailaja Buduri, Dr. Nilesh Janardan Uke
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The point of this innovation to allude right name to the every face recognized in a given accumulation of pictures. For executing this system in this paper, we propose two new strategies. The objective of this procedure is just that to give right name to every face .We accomplish our objective by taking in two discriminative fondness frameworks from these pitifully named pictures. In this paper proposed another strategy called regularized low-rank representation. In this new strategy we are viably using feebly regulated data to take in a low-rank remaking coefficient framework which is investigating different subspace structures of the information. This is finished by acquainting an uncommonly composed regularizer with the low-rank representation strategy we proclaim the comparing recreation coefficients identified with the circumstances on the remade face. A discriminative partiality framework can be acquired from the gathered reproduction coefficient grid. In addition, we likewise add to another separation metric learning strategy called questionably directed auxiliary metric learning it is utilizing pitifully regulated data to look for a discriminative separation metric. Subsequently, utilizing the closeness network (i.e., the bit framework) another discriminative partiality lattice can be gotten taking into account the Mahalanobis separations of the information. In the wake of watching that every one of the two proclivity networks contain reciprocal data, we further consolidate them to acquire a melded liking grid; taking into account this fondness lattice we add to another iterative plan to allude the name of every face. By complete analyses show the viability of our methodology. This is alluring method for uncovering pitifully named picture dataset in multi-name annotation application.
Author Keywords:- Distance metric learning, low-rank representation (LRR), Affinity matrix, caption-based faces naming, ASML, r-LRR
e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 04
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Implementation of Dynamic Global Data Access for Computing Resources
Arun Jyothi M, Benjiman Dadipugula, Shailaja Mettu
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To fulfill necessities of information globalization and superior access specifically, we present the initially made oneinfo framework which virtualizes capacity frameworks gave by capacity asset suppliers dispersed all inclusive. Oneinfo presents new information association ideas together with suppliers' participation techniques that include utilization of Global Registry as a go between. The most noteworthy elements incorporate metadata synchronization and on-interest record exchange.
Author Keywords:- virtual file system, heterogeneous storage systems, Grid, distributed systems
e-ISSN: 2319-183X, p-ISSN: 2319-1821 Source Type: Journal Original Language: English
Document Type: Article Number of pages: 05
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