ASIAN JOURNAL FOR CONVERGENCE IN TECHNOLOGY (AJCT ) -UGC LISTED 2018-01-22T14:56:18+00:00 Dr.Chanakya Kumar Open Journal Systems <p>The Asian Journal of Convergence in Technology (AJCT) <strong><a title="UGC APPROVED JOURNAL" href=";&amp;did=U2VhcmNoIGJ5IElTU04=" target="_blank" rel="noopener">AJCT -UGC LISTED JOURNAL </a></strong> is a peer-reviewed journal.</p> Mathematical Modeling using Artificial Neural Networks for Quality Evaluation in the Machining of Fe-Al Alloy with PCBN Tools 2017-12-17T09:33:51+00:00 Srinivas Rao Dongoor Krishnaiah Arakanti Krishna Y Adil Syed <p>Machining experiments are conducted on Fe-Al alloy with PCBN inserts of different tool geometry. The corresponding roughness values of the machined surface are measured. Mathematical model is developed using artificial neural networks to study the influence of tool geometry on the surface roughness. The equation thus formulated evaluates the machining performance. It would be useful in the selection of suitable tool geometry to improve the machining quality. The analytical and experimental values of surface roughness are found to be in good order that confirms the fitness of the model. It would be useful in evaluation of the machining quality.</p> 2017-12-16T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## A Novel method to secure data using DNA sequence and Armstrong Number . 2017-12-29T05:24:40+00:00 Mr. S Pratap Singh Dr. M. Ekambaram Naidu <p>DNA-based cryptography is a new developing interdisciplinary area which combines various disciplines like computer science, cryptography, mathematical modeling, biochemistry and molecular biology. This paper firstly proposes a user authentication method using DNA sequence and secondly a novel method to secure data using DNA sequence and Armstrong number.</p> 2017-12-29T05:24:40+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Resolution Enhancement of Satellite Image Using DCT and DWT 2017-12-29T05:34:52+00:00 Mr.Mansing Rathod Dr.Jayashree Khanapuri <p>In today’s world, satellite images are essential for many applications such as defense monitoring, geosciences studies, medical and geographical information. The main drawback of these images is change in their resolution due to the instrument used and the height of the satellites orbits used to capture the images. It is necessary to modify the resolution of images so that modified images are better than original images. Image resolution enhancement is one of the major applications in image processing. This application preserves edges of satellite images .Various domains such as spatial and transform domains are used to enhance the satellite images. Transform domain method provides the better quality image as compared to spatial domain method. Different transform methods are implemented such as Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) and Discrete wavelet Transform (DWT) for resolution enhancement of satellite images. In this paper we have carried out image resolution enhancement using DCT and DWT. The resultant images are compared in terms of Peak-Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR), RMSE (Root Mean Square Error), TIME and Mean Absolute Error (MAE) to determine superior method. We conclude that DWT provide the better quality image as compared to DCT as DWT preserves high frequency components</p> 2017-12-29T05:34:52+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## FPGA IMPLEMENTATION OF SPECKLE NOISE REMOVAL IN REAL TIME DIGITAL IMAGES 2017-12-29T05:39:58+00:00 Dr.M. Jagadeeswari Mrs.D. Devasena Ms.R. Suganya <p>Digital image processing aims at enhancing the potential of visual information for human interpretation. The real time Medical and satellite images are degraded by noise during acquisition and transmission process. Reducing noise in Medical and Satellite images is a challenge for the researchers in Image processing field. There are different types of noise present in Digital Images. There are different types of imaging techniques used to capture the medical Images. The principle sources of noise in real time medical images are incorrect assumption of ultrasound pulse and source of reverberations. Speckle noise is the result of diffuse scattering and these images undergo constructive and destructive interferences resulting in mottled b-scan images. Different types of filtering techniques are there in which in this paper Edge Enhanced Modified Lee filter, Modified Kuan Filter, Fast Bilateral Filter, Adaptive Centre weighted Median Exponential filter are introduced which are tested on sample ultrasound images, Synthetic radar aperture images and magnetic resonance images. Effectiveness of these filters are compared with different types of Quality metrics using Matlab tool R2013a, in which the fast bilateral images and Adaptive Centre weighted Median Exponential filter provides the Denoise image with high quality when compared to the existing methods. The output from the Matlab is given as input to Altera Board through Quartus-II and output image is displayed via VGA monitor. By using DE1 Control panel Real time image is implemented in Altera DE1 Board.</p> 2017-12-29T05:39:58+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## A Methodology for an Efficient and Relaible Routing Scheme for Internet Connected Devices 2017-12-31T15:50:36+00:00 Dr. Ali Akbar Bagwan Pallavi Jha <p>The internet connected devices (ICD) are more energy constrained technology as the data requires more energy to transmit. In this paper we considered the wireless sensor networks as the application domain of Internet connected Devices. In this paper we proposed an Energy Efficient(EE) and reliable Algorithm for wireless Sensor Networks .Most of the existing protocols works for the static nodes and base station instead we proposed the algorithm for Mobile nodes as well base station. <br>The proposed algorithm is hierarchal and cluster based, each cluster contains one cluster head and one deputy cluster head. The data can be transferred from the cluster to the base station in single or multihop manner. In this paper we compared our algorithm with the existing algorithm used for the Mobile nodes and base station on the basis of Energy Efficiency, throughput and Life time of the nodes to prolong the sustainability of the algorithm.</p> 2017-12-31T14:14:41+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## System Level Modeling and Simulation of Built-in-Self-Test Enable Oversampling Analog-to-Digital Converter 2017-12-31T15:53:53+00:00 Anil Kumar Sahu Vivek Kumar Chandra G R Sinha <p><strong>System-level modeling is generally needed due to simultaneous increase in design complexity with multi-million gate designs in today’s system-on-chips (SoCs). SystemC is generally applied to system-level modeling of Sigma-Delta ADC. CORDIC technique and test generation for the testing of mixed signal circuit components such as analog-to-digital converter is mostly implemented in system level modeling</strong>. <strong>This work focuses on developing fast and yet accurate model of BIST approach for Sigma-Delta ADC. The Sigma-Delta modulator’s ADC static parameters as well as dynamic parameters are degraded. One of the dynamic parameters, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is directly obtained by the SIMSIDES (MATLAB SIMULINK tool). Then, the obtained parameters are tested by using Built-in-self-test that is desirable for the VLSI system in order to reduce the non-recurring cost (NRE) per chip by the manufacturer. This paper demonstrates a possibility to realize a simulation of testing strategy of high-resolution Sigma-Delta modulator using MATLAB SIMULINK and Xilinx EDA tool environment. This work also contributes towards the Output Response Analyzer (ORA) being used for testing parameters which help in reducing the difficulties in design of the complete ORA circuit. Moreover, the reusable features of hardware in the computation of different parameters are also improved in the ORA design.</strong></p> 2017-09-21T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Experimental Investigation on PV Module through Passive Cooling using Phase Change Material– A Review 2018-01-07T10:57:22+00:00 Dr. R. L Shrivastava Pankaj Ghatole <p>High operating temperatures induce a loss of efficiency in solar photovoltaic and thermal modules. This paper investigates the used of phasechange materials (PCM) to maintained the temperature of the modules close to ambient. The huge amount of solar energy has reached to the earth can be provided electric energy by photo voltaic (pv) module. The solar pv module has a exciting technology but suffer from the low efficiency. So to improve the efficiency of the photo voltaic module it is used passive cooling with the help of heat technique. In this way, the temperature of solar cell could be effectively reduced to improved the efficiency of power generation and the heat dissipation of solar module could be minimized through the phase change material as it absorb the heat from the pv module and stored in the reservoir.</p> 2018-01-07T10:57:22+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Survey on Energy Efficient Smart Street Light System 2018-01-07T10:59:58+00:00 Sunayana S Badgelwar Mrs.Himangi M Pande <p>This paper introduces a smart street light controlling system to boost energy efficiency of the city. Now a days people are so busy that they rarely find the time to switch OFF the light when it has no use. This results in consumption of lot of energy. This paper proposes the system where street light changed to ON state in the evening before sun sets and they are switched off in the morning after sunrise when there is enough light on the street. This leads to reduce of energy consumption. In this system the movement of vehicle and human is detected on highways to switch on a chunk of street light ahead of it and switch off the trailing lights. This is achieved by processing the image of the object and sending control message to the street light block. Additional feature of the system such as using a suitable sensors of the detection of failed street light and then sending the SMS to control authority using GSM mode to take appropriate action regarding failure</p> 2018-01-07T10:59:58+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Prediction of Respirable Particulate Matter (PM10) Concentration using Artificial Neural Network in Kota city 2018-01-07T11:02:38+00:00 Shikha Saxena Anil K Mathur <p>Recent years concerns related with ambient air quality is prominent due to increments in the entropy and ozone layer depletion. Green house gas emission from the industries is the key contributing factor in the increase in carbon foot prints. The accurate prediction of hazardous gases in the environment can be beneficial information to initiate the corrective strategies for reduction in carbon foot prints. This paper presents a supervised learning based prediction engine for prediction of Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM). “Supervised learning” takes a known set of input data and known responses to the data, and seeks to build a predictor model that generates reasonable predictions for the response of new data. Data of 2012,2013 and 2014 of an industrial area of Kota city is employed to train, test and validate four different topologies of the neural networks namely Feed Forward Neural Network (FFNN), Layer Recurrent Neural Network (LRNN),Nonlinear autoregressive Exogenous (NARX) and Radial Basis Function Neural Network (RBFN). A meaningful comparison between these topologies revealed that RBFN is a suitable topology for prediction engine. PM10 constitutes solid and liquid suspended particles having an aerodynamic diameter up to 10 µm (micro meter). It is a common pollutant among all sectors namely transports domestic, industries and manufacturing so it is the major common pollutant need to be taken under consideration in terms of air pollution. Most of the cities of India exceed PM10 levels according to the National ambient air quality standard (NAAQS). PM10 is responsible for heart and lungs diseases. To decrease the mortality rate due to these pollutant Effective countermeasures need to be taken. The precise prediction of pollutant needed to alert the population.</p> 2018-01-07T11:02:38+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## A Knowledge-based approach to urban land use classification using AVIRIS imagery and LiDAR data 2018-01-07T11:38:38+00:00 Prarthna Dhingra Asfa Siddiqui Vinay Kumar Prabhashini Mohapatra K. Venkata Reddy <p>In this paper, the joint effect of hyperspectral and light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data for urban land use/ land cover (LULC) classification has been analyzed as combination of two data sources can result in better classification as compared to single data source. LULC classification of urban areas is a difficult task due to high spectral and spatial variability, especially with the use of single data source. The result of spectral angle mapper (SAM) classification, a supervised classification method, on hyperspectral imagery is compared with that of a knowledge based classification (KBC) combining LiDAR and hyperspectral data. Spectra from ASTER library was used as reference spectra for SAM classification while for Knowledge based classification nDSM derived from LiDAR data and indices derived from Hyperspectral data has been used. It was found that knowledge based classification had 7-8% more accuracy than SAM classification. Thus, it can be concluded that Knowledge based classification can be used as an efficient technique in this area.</p> 2018-01-07T11:38:38+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Data Privacy Preserving using Perturbation Technique 2018-01-07T11:40:54+00:00 Prof. V. S. Mahalle Pankaj Jogi Urvashi Ingale Shubham Purankar Samiksha Pinge <p>Data Mining mainly consist of the discovery of structures, associations and the events in the data. In order to analyze the data related to sector like healthcare, privacy of data is to be maintained. In order to maintain the privacy of data, a perturbation technique is applied on original dataset and a new dataset is formed which is different from original dataset. Data mining can be performed on this perturbed dataset for various surveys and analysis. In this paper, perturbation technique algorithm is explained step by step in order to preserve the privacy of data.</p> 2018-01-07T11:40:54+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Implementation of Electronic Road Pricing in India (ERP) 2018-01-07T11:43:30+00:00 C.Mani Bharathy T.R.Prasana Subramaniam G. Deepakraj S. Swetha S. Swetha <p>The traffic congestion problem is a frequent issue for the residents of metropolises of India which is proving to be costly to the individual and society. It results in the loss of productive hours, environmental pollution, wasted fuel and adverse health effects. Although expanding the capacity of transportation systems and stimulating the public transportation may gradually decrease the traffic congestion, they cannot completely solve the traffic congestion problem. By selectively charging the road users at busy times and places, road pricing offers a method of restraining the usage of vehicles on the road networks and is potentially more equitable and more efficient than the main alternative policy option, restraint of car ownership. The main aim of this paper is to check the feasibility of implementing Electronic Road Pricing(ERP) in India.ERP not only reduces traffic congestion, but takes away the necessity of toll booths and also provides an alternate source of income for the Government of India.</p> 2018-01-07T11:43:30+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## TRACKING, LEARNING AND DETECTION OF AN OBJECT IN VIDEO 2018-01-07T11:45:59+00:00 Miss Afrin R Pathan Mrs. Poornima Talwai <p>—This paper investigate long-term tracking of unknown objects in a video stream. The object is defined by its location and extent in a single frame. In every frame that follows, the task is to determine the objects location and extent or indicate that the object is not present. A novel approach called Tracking-Learning-Detection (TLD) framework that explicitly decomposes the long term tracking task into tracking, learning and detection. The tracker follows the object from frame to frame. The locator localizes all appearances that have been observed so far and corrects the tracker if necessary. The learning estimates the detectors errors and updates it to avoid these errors in the future.</p> 2018-01-07T11:45:59+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Virtual Aircraft Environment to Evaluate Modification Proposal 2018-01-07T11:47:46+00:00 Mr. Devender Sharma Dr.Sudeep Sharma <p>Both the military and civil aviation sectors in India comprise of foreign aircraft, designed, developed and manufactured by foreign OEMs. To modify these platforms to suit Indian requirements or integrate an indigenous sub system involves lengthy and expensive experimentation process using physical prototypes and time consuming procedures. Besides non reversible modification/ adaptation procedures to evaluate/ integrate subsystems on an old aircraft, expensive platform also suffers the risk of getting damaged during the integration process. The research paper outlines methodology to develop a virtual environment of an aircraft for evaluating modification proposals in an efficient manner thereby saving cost, time and effort. This research work shall facilitate visualisation and immersion into a virtual aircraft along with modification scheme for subjective assessment of functional aspects like ease of operation, interference with the existing design, maintainability and aesthetics along with quantitative evaluation of engineering parameters affecting safety, performance, stability and control of the aircraft as a result of the modification.</p> 2018-01-07T11:47:46+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Autism Spectrum Disorder Treatment Through Virtual Environment: A Survey 2018-01-07T11:49:29+00:00 T. Manju S. Padmavathi D. Tamilselvi <p>Virtual reality (VR) is a technology that simulates 3D image or environment that allows user to interact with a real or virtual environment. Virtual realities artificially create sensory experience, which can include sight, touch, hearing, and smell. The output of virtual realities may be either through computer monitor, head-mounted display, speakers or headphones. The immersive environment can be similar to the real world in order to create a lifelike experience. Autism is a spectrum of developmental disorder characterized by qualitative impairments in social interaction and communication and a restricted range of activities and interests. There are many treatments and therapies for autism. We have suggested a treatment using virtual environment which increases the Intelligent Quotient and Behavioral quotient of a particular child. By increasing the interactivity of the environment, the attentiveness of the child can be increased</p> 2018-01-07T11:49:29+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Simulation and Analysis of IPFC in power studies 2018-01-07T11:51:30+00:00 Prof.G D Kamalapur Prof. V R Sheelavant Anuradha Gaonkar Byluri Sadhvirao Ballal Sangamesh Reshmi <p>Development of electrical power transmission systems follows closely the increasing demand on electrical energy. With the increasing size and complexity of the transmission networks, the performance of the power systems decreases due to problems associated with load flow, power oscillations and voltage quality. Flexible ac transmission systems (FACTS) and High-voltage direct current (HVDC) technologies offer some effective schemes to meet these demands. In recent years, FACTS technology has been considered as one of feasible solutions, to increase power grid delivery capability and remove identified network bottlenecks. An attempt is made in this paper to discuss the developments, types of FACTS and simulation of IPFC, using SIMULINK is carried out for comparing issues relating to power transmission</p> 2018-01-07T11:51:30+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Robust Embedding of Patient ID in Medical Images for Telemedicine Applications 2018-01-07T11:53:34+00:00 Sunita V Dhavale <p>Most of the researchers have been researching algorithm to insert high information in the original medical image but increasing the size of embedded information affects the quality of watermarked medical image severely. This paper presents a new robust image barcode watermarking scheme for medical images that embeds human readable bar-coded watermark image which is generated from corresponding unique patient identification number (PID). Here only PID barcode image is embedded in a medical image for telemedicine applications instead of embedding whole Electronic Patient Record (EPR) data. Further, the presence of PID barcode watermark can be identified with or without manual intervention. A PID sequence watermark is represented as barcoded binary logo image and embedded in the corresponding medical image. This in turn authenticates corresponding medical images and also helps in faster retrieval of whole patient data from the centrally managed hospital database. The proposed scheme first extracts the energy of DCT blocks from the host image and based on these energy values, the blocks are then classified into two clusters named High Energy Blocks (HEBs) and Low Energy Blocks (LEBs) using KMeans clustering technique. To achieve imperceptibility, the watermark bits are embedded only in HEBs leaving LEBs intact. By using the desirable characteristics of proposed technique, the imperceptibility requirements of watermarks are fulfilled along with increased robustness. Experimental results show that the proposed scheme is robust against common attacks and offers both objective as well as subjective watermark detection. The revealed watermark can be easily recognized by human eyes, even if the host image has undergone severe attacks. Due to inherent error detecting capability of the barcode watermark image, the watermark can be fully recovered against various kinds of attacks.</p> 2018-01-07T11:53:34+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Simulation and Analysis of GCSC in Power System 2018-01-07T11:57:41+00:00 Prof.G D Kamalapur Prof. V R Sheelavant Dixit Kumar Deepika Reddy Ragini Para <p>There is increasing demand for transmitting electrical power supply. The increase in power transmission also increases the complexity of electrical supply along with the increasing size. These results in the decrease of the performance of the power systems namely with load flow, power oscillations and voltage quality. Flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) and High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) technologies offer some effective schemes to meet these demands. In recent years, FACTS technology has been considered as one of feasible planning alternative in India, to increase power grid delivery capability and remove identified power system network bottlenecks. An attempt is made in this paper to discuss the development and types of FACTS. Simulation of GCSC, using SIMULINK is carried out for comparing voltage regulation and other power quality issues on Transmission lines and IEEE standard 5- bus system.</p> 2018-01-07T11:57:41+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Simulation and Analysis of DPFC and DIPFC 2018-01-07T12:00:19+00:00 Prof.G D Kamalapur Vrutha Puthran Sandeep Kudal <p>The power system comprises of generation, transmission, distribution and utilization. The more power requirement by the electrical utilities made the power system complex and dynamic. In order to improve the power at the receiving end FACTs has facilitated the power system engineers. An attempt is done in this paper to study the two device controlled Distributed Power Flow Controller (DPFC) and Distributed Interline Power Flow controller (DIPFC) with power quality issues like voltage regulation, THD. A case study of the simulation is carried out with IEEE standard 5-bus system.</p> 2018-01-07T12:00:19+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Quality of Service for Improving the Performance of Network-On-Chip : A Review 2018-01-07T12:03:05+00:00 Jaya R Surywanshi Dr. Dinesh V Padole <p>SoCs typically consist of several intellectual IP blocks like accelerators imaging, video decoders, graphics, etc. including with general purpose cores . In this large heterogeneous architecture, the requirements placed by the processing on the core versus the processing on the IP block. Traditionally, bus mechanism is preferred for communication to all devices presents on it. Existing on-chip interconnection networks are usually implemented using buses. Bus-based mechanism is preferred for interconnection in SoC such as Avalon, AMBA, CoreConnect, STBus, Wishbone etc. buses are used in SoC architectures to share resources . Bus based mechanism have several interconnect issues that have direct impact on the performance of SoC. Thats why new mechanism are required for better performance as well improving the QoS of SoC . The enactment of NoC as the communication system for complex integrated systems and has been promoted by the increasing number of processing elements integrated in current MPSoCs. Quality-of-Service becomes a vital requirement in SoCs with NoCs. The Quality of Service NoC presents a preferment solution that provides high throughput and low latency transfers. Researchers have introduced different methods and techniques to support QoS. This paper presents a review on the existing work done by different authors on QoS parameters which tries to improve the performance of the NoC.</p> 2018-01-07T12:03:05+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Object picking using robotic arm mounted with a camera for detection using image processing 2018-01-07T12:04:47+00:00 Vikas Kumar Singh Sugandha Singh <p>In lieu of making today’s world working environment better for humans, the field of robotics has taken up new challenge these days with devices like humanoid type robot which works on human command. Robotic arm is one of the most important parts of the humanoid. In this paper, the design of robotic arm that can be used to pick up objects of given shape and color is described. The robotic arm works with a voice command from user. This arm is realized using servo motor for joints of robotic arm, Bluetooth module, Arduino Uno, MATLAB software and a mounted camera. The designed robotic arm is practically implemented to demonstrate its effectiveness such that it is able to pick objects of given shape and color using voice command from user. The task is completed using control of servo motors via Arduino board/ MATLAB software and a camera.</p> 2018-01-07T12:04:47+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Direction of Arrival estimation of underwater acoustic signal via Virtual Steering 2018-01-07T12:06:50+00:00 Vikas Kumar Singh Rashmi S <p>—For a long time direction of arrival estimation to localize the direction of a radiating or reflecting source has been carried out using SONAR technique or using scuba divers which does not give precise location in short time . So development of hydrophone was carried out and there various combinations were used to find the direction of arrival of radiating signal. In the same respect this paper discusses the method of direction of arrival estimation for underwater acoustic signal for various combinations of hydrophones i.e., triplet, linear array, triplet array via virtual steering of directivity pattern of mentioned combinations and GUI.</p> 2018-01-07T12:06:50+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Damping characteristics of glass fiber reinforced composite with viscoelastic layers 2018-01-07T12:08:45+00:00 Sagar Bansod Manoj Joshi <p>Vibration and the composite material are two wildest growing research topics. The structural component subject to dynamic loading in their working life it causes vibration. It is very important in designing a structure to predict the vibration behavior in advance and to take necessary steps to control the structural vibration and its amplitude. Viscoelastic embedded composite material has been emphasized as an effective designing parameter for increasing damping performance of composite structure. This work presents Experimental and analytical model for energy dissipation in composite laminates embedded with viscoelastic layers at optimal position. Five different configurations for the embedded composite laminates had been fabricated as per ASTM Standards and have been compared with untreated specimen for vibration damping, strength, stiffness. The elastic and dissipative material function for shear modes has been experimentally characterised for the constituents of embedded laminates. The effects of damping layers for fiberreinforced composite materials and location of viscoelastic layers on the loss factor and frequency of treated composite has been studied. Interleaving damping layers at various locations and numbers of layers shows dramatic enhancement in damping characteristics with permissible reduction in strength and stiffness.</p> 2018-01-07T12:08:45+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## An Ontological approach towards retrieval of video semantically 2018-01-07T12:11:10+00:00 Mr. Uday Kulkarni Mr. Mallikarjun Akki Mr. Praveen M D Mr. Anand S Meti Mr. Somashekhar Patil Sunil V G <p>Recent era there is an increase in the use of videobased applications which revealed the need for extracting the content in videos and how semantically they are interrelated. In this paper we propose a semantic content extraction system that allows users to query and retrieve objects, events, and concepts that are extracted automatically by building the ontology with respect to events and related interest. This paper discusses retrieval techniques of multimedia content using ontology semantically.</p> 2018-01-07T12:11:10+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## A Comparative Study of Classification Algorithms for Diseases Prediction in medical domain 2018-01-07T12:13:26+00:00 Isha R Vashi Shailendra Mishra Swapnil Andhariya <p>The healthcare industry collects great volume of information which cannot be mined to find unknown information for sufficient result. Now days, Health Services has been converted from an offline paper to online application. This online application consists patients’ personal and medical information. Data mining methods can help to find successful analysis methods and connections and hidden patterns from those patients’ information and large volume of data. Decision tree classification algorithms are suitable and popular methods for the medical diagnoses problems. This paper presents a survey of various decision tree classification algorithms for disease prediction in E-Health environment and introduces the reader to the most well known classification algorithms that can be used to predict disease.</p> 2018-01-07T12:13:26+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Analysis of 4-Cyliner Diesel Engine Crankshaft by Using Aluminum Alloy 2018-01-07T12:15:41+00:00 Mr.B M Randhavan D S Galhe <p>Crankshaft is a key element of in an engine assembly. Crankshaft consists of two web sections and one crankpin. Crankshaft converts the reciprocating displacement of the piston to a rotary motion with a four link mechanism. This paper is related to design and finite element analysis of crankshaft of 4 cylinder diesel engine of heavy vehicle like truck. Engine capacity is 3785.1cc. The finite element analysis in ANSYS software by using three materials based on their composition viz. FG260, FG300 and Aluminum based composite material. The parameter like von misses stress, deformation; maximum and minimum principal stress &amp; strain were obtained from analysis software. The results of Finite element shows that the Aluminum based composite material is best material among all.</p> 2018-01-07T12:15:41+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## NFC Enabled Location Tracking System 2018-01-07T12:18:27+00:00 Nida Saiyed Prafulla Bafna Dr. Anagha Vaidya Tejendra Khatri <p>Child Security has become a major issue. Near Field Communication (NFC) being one of the latest technologies in radio communication is growing at an illuminating pace.NFC though being a subset of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is more human centric and is highly secured compared to the later technology. Location Tracking System for school going kids with enabled RFID technology is only restricted to give information about the vehicle but fails to update the parents regarding child’s presence inside the bus. Proposed system uses NFC-supported tag which will not only mark the presence of child in the bus, but also monitor the location of the child and send timely updates to the parents.</p> 2018-01-07T12:18:27+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## High Speed Radix 8 CORDIC Processor 2018-01-07T12:20:02+00:00 Smt. J.M. Rudagi Dr. Smt. S. Subbaraman <p>This paper presents high speed radix 8 CORDIC processor. Overall latency to estimate sine and cosine reduces 38% compared to that of radix 4 CORDIC processor. But hardware overhead increases due to additional adders and shifters required. The proposed design has been coded in Verilog and synthesized using Cadence RTL Encounter. PDP, EDP, and ADP parameters are estimated for radix 8 CORDIC processor and results are compared with respect to radix 4 CORDIC processor.</p> 2018-01-07T12:20:02+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Computational Analysis of Brainwaves for Mind Relaxation during Meditation- A Survey 2018-01-07T12:22:55+00:00 Vinni Sharma Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh Dr. Ravi Prakash <p>In the last few decades or so, various neuro imaging modalities have been used to answer questions regarding mind relaxation and anxiety states, ranging from EEG, fMRI, PET and others. Meditation as a mind relaxing technique is widely perceived to have potent, specific effects on both the body and mind. The researchers have traced the various spectral characteristics of EEG recorded during meditation. The changes of EEGs during meditation is analyzed by using various signal processing techniques. Also the statistical parameters are compared and results obtained. Lot of research is going on towards the same direction Some of very reputed Research institutes are involved in this field like S.Vyas University, Bangluru, Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), Institute of Neurosciences, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, All India Institute of medical sciences, etc. This paper is an attempt to study the various method used by researchers, scientists and doctors to study the positive effects of meditation.</p> 2018-01-07T12:22:55+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Harvesting RF Energy- A Review 2018-01-07T12:26:49+00:00 Mamta Kurvey Dr. Ashwini Kunte <p>There is a demand of power at remote locations for many applications such as charging of batteries for WSN. Due to advancement in technology, many devices operate at low power level. The RF energy can be harvested and fed to these devices on board. RF signal is available globally and energy can be harvested from this signal. It is available at all times and can be used as source of energy for low power devices. RF harvesting unit consists of three modules, Antenna, Matching network and Rectifier circuit. This paper presents an overview of each stage of RF harvesting architecture. The paper introduces designed antennas, factors affecting the different parameters of antenna like bandwidth, gain and efficiency. Design of antenna with miniaturization, harmonic rejection and frequency selectivity is explained. The comparative study of matching network such as L type, π type and microstrip line is described for maximum power transfer and different rectifier circuits for RF to DC conversion are discussed.</p> 2018-01-07T12:26:48+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Angle of Arrival Estimation for Smart Antenna using variations in MUSIC algorithms 2018-01-07T12:30:05+00:00 Mrs.Sunita Vijay Mane Prof. Dr. L U Bombale <p>To enhance the performance of wireless system gain should be increased in the desired signal direction. To increase the gain in desired direction smart antenna system is used. Smart antenna system has capability to adjust its radiation pattern in the direction of required signal and nulls in the direction of undesired signals. Angle of arrival(AOA) estimation means determining the direction of an incoming incident signal from required direction. Smart Antennas are phased array antennas having smart signal processing algorithms for finding the AOA of the required signal, which in turn is used to calculate beam-forming vectors to form the radiation pattern in the direction of signal. This paper introduces a study &amp; implementation of algorithms for DOA estimation which are Minimum Variance Distortionless Response (MVDR) and Multiple Signal Classification (MUSIC) in terms of distance between adjacent elements, number of elements and number of snapshots.</p> 2018-01-07T12:30:05+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Analysis the Performance of Iris Recognition System by Using Hybrid Feature Extraction Methods and Matching By SVM Classifier 2018-01-07T12:33:47+00:00 Aparna G Gale Dr. Suresh S Salankar <p>In today’s world, Iris recognition as physiological characteristics is one of the most reliable biometrics. It uses Iris of human eye plays an important role in accurate identification of individuals. Iris recognition system consists image acquisition, iris normalization, iris segmentation, features extraction and matching. Iris images are taken from CASIA iris VI database for study. In this paper we make a analysis the performance of iris recognition using combination of Haar transform, PCA and Block sum algorithm for iris verification to extract features on specific portion of the iris for improving the performance of an iris recognition system. The hybrid methods are evaluated by combining Haar transform and block sum algorithm. The classifier used in this paper is SVM classifier and decision taken by using FAR/ FRR and the experimental results show that this technique produces good performance on CASIA VI iris database.</p> 2018-01-07T12:33:47+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Survey on Obstacle Detection and its Notification through an Android App for Visually Impaired People 2018-01-22T13:41:09+00:00 Aarti A Walimbe Sanchita S Rao Aishwarya K Sureban Mrinal S Shah <p>Assistive technology is an emerging research area, where adaptable devices can be developed to help older people to achieve independence in their daily activities. Ultrasonic sensors attached on the device used will generate the data about the obstacle it detects and will notify the user through an android application. The visually impaired as well as a person having impaired hearing can use the proposed wearable device which will help to improve his mobility and make it hassle free.</p> 2018-01-22T13:41:09+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Modelling of Common shaft Multi-generator Horizontal axis Wind turbine for Stability and Efficiency Enhancement 2018-01-22T14:07:14+00:00 L V Suresh Kumar T.V.S. Madav <p>A novel wind turbine generator system is introduced, and its mathematical model, stability criterion was tested using a prototype and also by using simulation software for the performance prediction are presented. The notable feature of WTGS is that it consists of two generator systems positioned with multi stage gear box mounted on the common low speed shaft. In this paper, this new wind turbine generator system is treated as a constrained multi-body system, and the system equations, transfer function of this novel turbine and generator architecture are obtained by using differential equations and Laplace transforms approach. The results proved it as beneficial over single generator system, extracting higher wind power by maintaining system in stable state and improved power output along with enhancement of overall efficiency and were observed experimentally and through simulations. Here we successfully designed a prototype model of HAWT with a gross mechanical power output of 645.55W and a raw electrical power of 24W using PMDC generators with the gear box ratio as 1:6.444. Finally, Mat-lab simulation software is used to predict and analyze the performance and stability of the Multi gear box multi generator wind turbine system</p> 2018-01-22T14:07:14+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## To Design and Develop Single Phase Grid-Tie PV Inverter and measurement of THD 2018-01-22T14:10:35+00:00 Ms.Varsha Hanmantrao Patil Mrs. Jyoti Sachin Kulkarni <p>In today’s condition, the renewable energy sources are affordable and accessible solution to achieve demand equal to generation under the critical conditions of power grid. Solar energy is environmental friendly, everlasting &amp; freely available which has creates the enormous demand of solar PV system in the market. To satisfy the load demand, Transformerless Grid Tie PV Inverter is widely used. it is because of reduced size, cost, weight and efficiency but it carries leakage current of a significant value compared to other inverters used with transformer. To reduce the leakage current transformer less grid tie inverter NPC technology is proposed in this paper. The system is modeled in SIMULINK/MATLAB then this model is turned into fully functional model to supply the other load.</p> 2018-01-22T14:10:35+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Optimization of riser neck for aluminium casting by using simulation tool 2018-01-22T14:14:29+00:00 Suresh L Chittewar Vivek S Gondkar Sandeep S Ahankari Santosh T Ghutukade <p>The Gating and riser system design play very important role for improving casting yield. These defects can be reduced by making suitable changes in feeding constraints, such as feeder location, size, shape etc. and also by making some changes in feeder neck dimension. By choosing the correct set of parameters we may lead to the desired quality and yield, but difficult to achieve it. This is the reason that a need has arisen for computer aided casting simulation tool coupled with solidification simulation to reduce the number of shop floor trials and obtain enhanced yield and high quality, in minimal possible time. In this paper an auto industry part model is considered to study the solidification behaviour of aluminium alloy A356 along with detection of hot spots in castings with the help of AutoCAST XI simulation software and the effect of neck height on casting yield is also being studied.</p> 2018-01-22T14:14:28+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Design of a Circularly Polarized Implantable Monopole Antenna for Biomedical Application 2018-01-22T14:17:06+00:00 pratiksha balaji biradar <p>A circularly polarized monopole antenna has been proposed in this paper for implantable biomedical application. The monopole antenna is designed as an inverted ‘Y’ structure with unequal arm lengths (L1 and L2). The inverted ‘Y’ structure helps to achieve compactness and the difference in length between two arms causes the circular polarization (CP). This proposed antenna has been fed with co-planar waveguide (CPW) and it shows the near omnidirectional radiation pattern with gain of -6 dB at 2.45 GHz operating frequency. 4.41% axial ratio bandwidth defines the circular polarization property of the antenna. Specific absorption rate for a single layered human skin model is also obtained.</p> 2018-01-22T14:17:06+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Surface Treatment of M2 tool steel: A Review 2018-01-22T14:19:27+00:00 Dinesh Kumar Hoshiar Singh Payal Naveen Beri <p>These M2 tool steel is a widely used material to manufactured cutting tools that have molybdenum additions as one of their primary alloying elements. This paper provides a comprehensive literature review to enhance the fundamental understanding of the cutting tools and workpiece materials with different treatments that recent technological development depends on advances in the field of surface treatments. Engineers and scientist may design most indestructible and highly sensitive cutting tools in manufacturing, however without appropriate surface finished materials to fulfill the design requirements, the final product may not be realistic. Cost is the key factor for their wider application in modern industry. Cost reduction can be achieved by simpler cutting tool fabrication methods and higher surface finished production volume. M2 tool steel is representative of a class of materials which are used under conditions characterized by a rapid application of loads and high temperatures, such as twist drills, broaches, taps, milling cutters, reamers, saws, knives and bearings. Hence, the tribological evaluation of various surface treatments for M2 tool steel is the major goal of this study.</p> 2018-01-22T14:19:27+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Detection and Prevention of Sybil Attacks on Non- Stationary Nodes without Trusted Authority 2018-01-22T14:39:47+00:00 Omarsharif Terdalkar Prof. S. V Patil <p>—In a common remote sensor orchestrate, the batteries of the hubs near the sink deplete snappier than various centers in view of the data action concentrating towards the sink, abandoning it stranded and disturbing the sensor data reporting. To soothe this issue, versatile sinks are proposed. They positively give stack balanced data conveyance and accomplish uniform-vitality usage over the framework. On the other hand, publicizing the position of the adaptable sink to the framework introduces an overhead with respect to imperativeness use and package delays. In this paper, we propose Ring Routing, a novel, conveyed, vitality proficient portable sink steering convention, reasonable for time-delicate applications, which hopes to minimize this overhead while ensuring the advantages of versatile sinks. Furthermore, we assess the execution of Ring Routing by method for wide amusements. Each node sharing RSSI values to vet each other</p> 2018-01-22T14:39:47+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Investigation on Three-Dimensional CFD Validation for a Variable Span Morphing Wing 2018-01-22T14:40:23+00:00 Musavir Bashir Parvathy Rajendran Akshay Mule <p>This paper presents the computational design validation of a morphing wing profile that allows a change in the wing aspect ratio. Generally, the aerodynamic performance can be enhanced by changing the aspect ratio of the wing. Variable span morphing wing allows two distinct airfoil sections of the wing to extend its span using another section employing strap driven mechanism. The primary airfoil model section is maintained by NACA 4412 with span of 1.05 meters with full extension to 1.50 meters. Therefore, both two dimensional and three dimensional computational studies are carried out in a span morphed wing and un-morphed wing for various angles of attack respectively. It is found that the extended wing gives better aerodynamic performance and improved range. However, the separation phenomenon and turbulence occurs in the transition regions of wing profile. CFD FLUENT are used to understand the different flow patterns and pressure variations over the various sections of the wing. This study also demonstrates the potential effectiveness of a model meshing on the simulation and emphasizes the sensitivity of the solution outcome to the model solution setup</p> 2018-01-22T14:40:23+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## A survey on Vehi-cloud Computing Networks (VCCN) its research issues and challenges 2018-01-22T14:43:30+00:00 Shivanand C Hiremath Dr. Jayashree D Mallapur <p>Vehicular Clouds (Vehi-cloud) are envisioned and most likely to be incorporated in future development with the help of existing vehicular adhoc networks (VANET’s) to access value added services, location based services, traffic analysis and road safety Supplications, conventional clouds are fixed data centric, due to high mobility of vehicles the communication between stationary (road side) clouds and vehicles and inter-vehicle communication becomes heterogeneous and challenging to compute remote execution of data-intensive tasks during run-time which needs dynamic offloading and resource provisioning schemes and a need for efficient Vehi-Cloud operational model to proffer better QoS requirements with minimum service latency and service cost. In this article we unveil a brief survey of vehicle cloud computing networks and highlighted its research issues which have worked on it and challenges to be met.</p> 2018-01-22T14:43:29+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Enhanced Data Leakage Detection in IoT Network Backup with Cloud Using Paillier Homomorphic Cryptosystem 2018-01-22T14:46:37+00:00 Anand R Dargad Sandeep G Sutar <p>The simplicity of sharing data through the Web furthermore, Distributed computing accidentally presents a developing issue of Data leakage. In the meantime, numerous end-clients are unconscious that their information was leaked or stolen following most information is leaked by operations running out of sight. This paper presents a novel client driven, mantrap-propelled Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) approach that can find, present any sending of information – both approved and unapproved – to end-clients and along these lines give them the capacity to stop the sending process. Our proposed system introduces mechanism to design an algorithm which communicates Internet of Things devices with the corresponding privileges and present a novel approach to support stronger security by encrypting the data with differential privilege keys also reduce the storage size of the authenticated information to increase the security of the data while sending to agent.</p> 2018-01-22T14:46:37+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sentiment Analysis of Social Messages Using Supervised Learning Approach 2018-01-22T14:49:20+00:00 Ms.Shital S Patil Mrs.Swati A Patil <p>Recently new forms of communication, such as microblogging and text messaging have emerged and finds everywhere. While there is no limit to the range of information conveyed by tweets and texts, often these short messages are used to share opinions,thought and sentiments that people have about what is going on in the world around them. The project proposes this task and the development and analysis of a twitter sentiment corpus to promote research that will lead to a better understanding of how sentiment is conveyed in tweets and texts. For this development Twitter API is used to collect corpus of text posts and forming a data set for the module. There will be two sub-tasks: an expression-level task and a message-level task; participants may choose to participate in either or both tasks.</p> 2018-01-22T14:49:19+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## VIP methods for Sports Video - an Analysis 2018-01-22T14:53:52+00:00 Dr. Aziz Makandar Daneshwari Mulimani <p>Video Annotation has become challenging process in the field of Sports Video. An every event with respect to the game requires the precise gloss. This has been done with different Video Image Processing(VIP) Techniques using MATLAB tool. This paper elaborates the all efficient video processing methods applied on the different sports videos and these analyzed results will be tested for Kabaddi Game for image mosaicking in the current case study</p> 2018-01-22T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Trace the Best Factor by Path Analysis for the Under-Five Mortality Deaths in India 2018-01-22T14:56:18+00:00 Vasam Nagaraju Dr. V. Vasanta Kumar Dr. K. Visweswara Rao <p>The outcome of the paper is to trace the best factor by the path analysis and effect of Total Fertility Rate on under five mortality rates in India and also to analyze other socio economic factors affecting for the development of a region or a community or a country. The under five mortality rate, preschool children mortality rate and Total fertility rates have been observed. The most affected factors have been identified among the few variables and analyzed from the available data. Employed Statistical and Mathematical application; Path Analysis technique, Regression analysis technique and found correlation matrices as well as descriptive values. It has been high proportion of Total fertility rate R2, affected the under five mortality rate in India. Identified the direct and indirect effects by the Path analysis technique, fitted Regression and path models.</p> 2018-01-22T14:56:18+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##