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Volume 2 ~ Issue 4



Volume 2 ~ Issue 4
1.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 14053
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Cloud Based SQL Query Processor
Country :: India
Authors :: Atul Phad||Swapnil Patil||Sujeet Purane||Vineet Patil
Pages No. :: 01-04
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/0240104
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Cloud based SQL query processor is an effort to introduce high-level needs like graphical and features of the SQL-editing tool. It can be implemented for the various databases (DB). The work presented in this study will support the ongoing development of technologies based on them. It develop a secure web based SQL editing system that will enable the students and staff to edit, execute the SQL statements and to perform syntax checking through GUI interface with the help of online interactive support and so that one can view the database through graphical representation. Features like autocomplete/autosuggest add more user-friendliness to the system.

Key words:Cloud Computing, Web service, Networking
[1]” An RFID Attendance and Monitoring System for University Applications”, an IEEE paper by A.Kassem, M.Hamad, Z.Chalhoub and S. El Dahdaah, Department of Electrical and computer and communication engineering, Notre Dame University, Louaize.
[2]” PortableLab: Implementation of Mobile remote laboratory for Android platform”, an IEEE paper by Macro Andre Guerra, Claudia Mariline Francisco, RuiNeves Madeira, Portugal.
[3]” Ear based Attendance Monitoring System”- an IEEE paper by Mr.Jitendra B. Jawale and Dr. Smt. Anjali S.Bhalchandra at the Army Institute of Technology, Pune and Government college of Engineering, Aurangabad respectively.
[4]” Remote Access of Building Management System on Windows Mobile Devices”- an IEEE paper by OndrejKrejcar, Department of measurement and control, VSB Technical Institute of Ostrava, Czech Republic.

2.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 15095
Manuscript Type :: Research
Country :: Nigeria
Authors :: Orire, A.M||Ricketts O. A
Pages No. :: 05-11
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/02405011
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The study investigated the growth performance of tilapia; Oreochromis niloticus (L) fingerlings (1.6±0.02g) fed isonitrogenous diets of 30% crude protein. Mellon shell meal (MSM) was used to replace maize at inclusion levels of 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% designated as diets 1 to 5 respectively. Replicate of the treatments were randomly arranged in an outdoor aquaria facility. The feeding trial lasted for 56 days. The results obtained showed significant differences (P<0.05) for growth parameters measured. Fish fed diet containing 75% MSM gave the highest mean weight gain (MWG) of 1.88 g; highest specific growth rate (SGR) of 1.21; best food conversion ratio (FCR) of 0.56 and Protein efficiency ratio (PER) of 0.62. Fish fed diet containing 0% MSM gave the poorest MWG of 0.87g and the poorest SGR, FCR and PER values. There were no significant differences in MWG of Fish Fed Diets 1, 2, 3, and 5 (P>0.05). It can be concluded that Mellon shell meal inclusion in the diet of Tilapia up to 75% can be effectively utilized by the Oreochromis niloticus.

Keywords –Mellon shell, Oreochromis niloticus, energy.
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3.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 21068
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Convective Flow of Two Immiscible Fluids and Heat Transfer With Porous Along an Inclined Channel with Pressure Gradient
Country :: Nigeria
Authors :: Simon Daniel|| Shagaiya Y. Daniel
Pages No. :: 12-18
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/021012018
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This paper presents a novel of Two Immiscible fluids flow and heat transfer with porous along an inclined channel with pressure gradient. Two stationary plates held at constant different temperatures with one region filled with porous material saturated with a viscous fluid and another region with a clear viscous fluid. The differential equation is solved analytically. We found that the presence of porous structure, material constants and different liquid can effectively control fluid flow. Results for a wide range of governing parameters such as Pressure parameter, Grashof number, angle of inclination and ratios of heights of the two layersare plotted on the velocity and temperature fields. The results obtained through this method are found to be in excellent agreement with earlier results obtained analytically.

Keywords –Porous medium, convective flow, inclined channel

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4.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 21081
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Review Paper On “Poka Yoke: The Revolutionary Idea In Total Productive Management”
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Parikshit S. Patil||Mr. Sangappa P. Parit||Mr. Y.N. Burali
Pages No. :: 19-24
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/024019024
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Poka-yoke is a concept in total quality management which is related to restricting errors at source itself. It deals with "fail-safing" or "mistake-proofing". A poka-yoke is any idea generation or mechanism development in a total productive management process that helps operator to avoid (yokeru) mistakes (poka). The concept was generated, and developed by Shigeo Shingo for the Toyota Production System.

Keywords –Mistake-proofing, Total quality management, Total productive management.

[1] M. Dudek-Burlikowska*, D. Szewieczek , “The Poka-Yoke method as an improving quality tool of operations in the process”; Journal of Achievements in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering VOLUME 36 ISSUE 1 September 2009
[2] Stewart Anderson,“Poka-Yoke: Mistake-Proofing as a Preventive Action”; THE INFORMED Outlook Reprint: March 2002Volume 7, Number 3
[3] PAUL DVORAK Senior Editor; “Poka-yoke designs make assemblies mistake proof”; http://www.penton.com/md MARCH 10, 1998 MACHINE DESIGN
[4] John R. Grout, and Brian T. Downs; “A Brief Tutorial on Mistake-proofing, Poka-Yoke, and ZQC”; Lean Business Solutions United States
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[6] Anil S. Badiger, R. Gandhinathan, V. N. Gaitonde, Rajesh S. Jangaler “Implementation of Kaizen and Poka-yoke to Enhance Overall Equipment Performance - A case study”

5.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 21026
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Fuzzy W- Super Continuous Mappings
Country :: India
Authors :: M. K. Mishra||M. SHUKLA|| S.Kamali
Pages No. :: 25-30
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/024025030
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The purpose of this paper to introduce and study the concepts of fuzzy w-super closed sets and fuzzy w- super continuous mappings in fuzzy topological spaces.

Keywords –fuzzy super closure fuzzy super interior, fuzzy super open set , fuzzy super closed set , fuzzy w-super closed set , fuzzy g-super closed set, fuzzy g- super open set, fuzzy sg- super closed set, fuzzy sg- super open set, fuzzy gs- super closed set.


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6.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 15016
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Integer Wavelet Transform Based Steganographic Method Using Opa Algorithm
Country :: India
Authors :: S.Jayasudha
Pages No. :: 31-35
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/024031035
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This paper deals with secret communication in open environment like internet. Steganography attempts to hide the secret information and make communication undetectable. Steganography is used to conceal the secret information so that no one can sense the information.Steganographic method has many challenges such as high hiding capacity and imperceptibility. In existing paper have some problems like less robust and low hiding capacity. so in this paper I use integer wavelet transform(IWT) for increasing hiding capacity and Optimum pixel adjustment algorithm(OPA) for enhancing the image quality use MATLAB to implement my paper, because which has many inbuilt functions and easy to use.

Keywords Steganography, Integer wavelet transform, Optimum pixel adjustment algorithm.


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[3] Changa, C. Changa, P. S. Huangb, and T. Tua, "A Novel bnage Steganographic Method Using Tri-way Pixel-Value Differencing,” Journal of Multimedia, Vol. 3, No.2, June 2008.
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[9] S. Lee, C.D. Yoo and T. Kalker, "Reversible image watermarking based on integer-to-integer wavelet transform," IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Vol. 2, No.3, Sep. 2007, pp. 321-330.
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7.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 21043
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: New Oscillation Criteria For Second Order Nonlinear Differential Equations
Country :: Tetova
Authors :: Xhevair Beqiri
Pages No. :: 36-41
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/024036041
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Consider the second order nonlinear differential equations with damping term and oscillation’s nature of (r(t)x'(t)) ' p(t)x'(t)  q(t) f (x(t))k(x'(t))  0 0 t  t (1) to used oscillatory solutions of differential equations ((t)x'(t)) ' (t) f (x(t))k(x'(t))  0 (2) where  (t) and  (t) satisfy conditions given in this work paper. Our results extend and improve some previous oscillation criteria and cover the cases which are not covered by known results. In this paper, by using the generalized Riccati’s technique and positive function H (t, s) of Philo we get a new oscillation and nonoscillation criteria for (1).

Keywords equations, differential, interval, criteria, damping, second order etc.


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8.Full Citation
Manuscript Id :: 22015
Manuscript Type :: Research
Manuscript Title :: Study of Personalized Ontology Model for Web Information Gathering
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr.G.S.Deokate||Prof. Mrs.V.M.Deshmukh
Pages No. :: 42-47
Paper Index :: : 07.4721/024042047
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Ontology as model for knowledge description and formalization is used to represent user profile in personalized web information gathering. While representing user profiles many models used a global knowledge bases or user local information for representing user profiles. In this paper we study a personalized ontology model for knowledge representation and reasoning over user profiles. World knowledge base and local instance repositories are both are used in this model.

Keywords Local Instance Repository, Ontology, Personalization, Semantic Relations, User Profiles, Web Information Gathering


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Systems, vol. 1, nos. 3/4, pp. 219- 234, 2003.
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pp. 207-217, 2004.
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and Data Eng., vol. 18, no. 4, pp.554-568, Apr. 2006.
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IEEE/WIC/ACM Int‟l Conf. Web Intelligence, pp. 351-358, 2007
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Information and knowledge Management(CIKM‟07),pp.525-534,2007
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and Agent Systems, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 233-253, 2007
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Information Goals,” Proc. 17th ACM Conf. Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM ‟08), pp. 449-458, 2008
Study Of Personalized Ontology Model…
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