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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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1 Efficient Dynamic Source Routing Protocol for MANETs Based on Black Hole attack Prevention,
2 Buckling Analysis of Plate Girders with Corrugated Web,
3 HYBRID 1 BIT FULL ADDER DESIGN EMPLOYING C MOS LOGIC AND TRANSMISSION LOGIC GATES,
4 Decimal Matrix Code for Enhanced Memory Reliability against Multiple Cell Upsets,
5 Scheduling of OFDMA Networks at Relay Stations and Analyse QoS, S.Brenija Stanley AP, ECE, Vins Christian Womens College of Engineering, Nagercoil, India 1
For opportunistic network coding, let as present a novel model for network coding aware RSs. Here, an opportunistic network coding problem is reduced to an opportunistic sub channel scheduling problem. It is necessary to originate an optimization problem, which aims at maximizing the average weighted-sum rate for both downlink and uplink sessions of all MSs, while sustaining the quality-of-service (QoS) requirements of each MS. By solving it, an Adaptive Fuzzy resource scheduling algorithm that optimally and opportunistically schedule sub channel, transmission power, reduced power consumption, network coding, and time duration of each phase in each time-slot. To determine the resource share for flows attached to the same subscriber station (SS), a user-level proportional-loss scheduler is elected. The experimental results, shows how each of network coding strategy and dynamic TDD affects the network performance with various network environments.
6 Study on Feature Selection Methods for Text Mining, Divya P1, G.S. Nanda Kumar2 M.E, Department of CSE, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India1 Associate Professor, Department of CSE, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India2
Text mining has been employed in a wide range of applications such as text summarisation, text categorization, named entity extraction, and opinion and sentimental analysis. Text classification is the task of assigning predefined categories to free-text documents. That is, it is a supervised learning technique. While in text clustering (sometimes called document clustering) the possible categories are unknown and need to be identified by grouping the texts. Clustering of documents is used to group documents into relevant topics. Each of such group is known as clusters. It is an unsupervised learning technique. The major difficulty in document clustering is its high dimension. It requires efficient algorithms which can solve this high dimensional clustering. The high dimensionality of data is a great challenge for effective text categorization. Each document in a document corpus contains much irrelevant and noisy information which eventually reduces the efficiency of text categorization. Most text categorization techniques reduce this large number of features by eliminating stopwords, or stemming. This is effective to a certain extent but the remaining number of features is still huge. It is important to use feature selection methods to handle the high dimensionality of data for effective text categorization. Feature selection in text classification focuses on identifying relevant information without affecting the accuracy of the classifier. This paper gives a literature survey on the feature selection methods. The survey mainly emphasizes on major feature selection approaches for text classification and clustering.
7 Study on Feature Selection Methods for Text Mining, Divya P1, G.S. Nanda Kumar2 M.E, Department of CSE, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India1 Associate Professor, Department of CSE, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India2
Text mining has been employed in a wide range of applications such as text summarisation, text categorization, named entity extraction, and opinion and sentimental analysis. Text classification is the task of assigning predefined categories to free-text documents. That is, it is a supervised learning technique. While in text clustering (sometimes called document clustering) the possible categories are unknown and need to be identified by grouping the texts. Clustering of documents is used to group documents into relevant topics. Each of such group is known as clusters. It is an unsupervised learning technique. The major difficulty in document clustering is its high dimension. It requires efficient algorithms which can solve this high dimensional clustering. The high dimensionality of data is a great challenge for effective text categorization. Each document in a document corpus contains much irrelevant and noisy information which eventually reduces the efficiency of text categorization. Most text categorization techniques reduce this large number of features by eliminating stopwords, or stemming. This is effective to a certain extent but the remaining number of features is still huge. It is important to use feature selection methods to handle the high dimensionality of data for effective text categorization. Feature selection in text classification focuses on identifying relevant information without affecting the accuracy of the classifier. This paper gives a literature survey on the feature selection methods. The survey mainly emphasizes on major feature selection approaches for text classification and clustering.
8 Innovative Method of Heat Conservation in Domestic Gas Stove, G.J.Naveen1, C.S.Ramesh2, Harish .N.Mirajkar3 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sapthagiri College of Engineering, Bengaluru, India1 Dean, Advanced Composites Centre, PES University, Bengaluru, India2 Research Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India3
An energy need of every nation has been growing by leaps and bounds and to meet these demands newer and newer sources such as non conventional renewable sources of energy have been harnessed. Problem every nation facing is that; rate of production of energy is lesser than the rate of consumption. The natural sources of energy such as petroleum, coal, natural gas etc. are depleting and alternate fuels are being found spending lot of money. In such a situation, it becomes necessary - for the proper and effective use of available natural resources. One of such small measures is the use of pressure cooker for cooking; saving considerable amount of energy. Energy conservation in cooking is an important area for scientific investigation. To minimize the fuel usage in a longer run and also the time required for cooking is assessed. To make the best use of possible opportunities, it is important to consider the form of commercial process as early as during laboratory development to ensure it to be suitable for application in the intended continuous form. Improvements to insulation can cut energy consumption greatly, making a space cheaper and economical. This paper reports on energy conservation during domestic cooking via different cases as reported.
9 Ghost Image Reduction in 3d Images by Multi-Zone Digital Crosstalk Reduction, J.Nirmal Jothi,J.Niranjana Electronics and Communication Engineering Scad College of Engineering and Technology Tirunelveli, India
In commercial 3D display system, the optical crosstalk is a major issue which produces ghost image. Crosstalk is a critical factor which determines the image quality of displays. A digital image processing technique called Multi-Zone digital crosstalk reduction has been used to reduce the crosstalk in 3D displays. Multi-zone digital crosstalk reduction is an advanced technique that uses the software approach as well as the pixel structure of the display. It reduces the crosstalk by modifying the output gray level of the image. The pixel layout of a patterned retarder display is taken and in order to apply multi zone digital crosstalk reduction to a patterned retarder display a 2 data line and 1 gate line (2D1G) panel is used. For the multi view systems where the viewing angle is high the crosstalk is much higher and it reduces the 3D image quality. By applying multi zone digital crosstalk reduction to such systems the crosstalk will be reduced while maintaining the luminance of the image without any extra devices
10 Energy Storage System Technologies for Advanced Electrical Power Applications, Yogesh Murthy.N1 Assistant Professor, Dept of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Shridevi Institute of Engineering and Technology SIET, Tumkur, Karnataka, India1. Email: yogeshmurthy260@gmail.com.
While energy storage technologies do not represent energy sources, they provide valuable added benefits to improve stability, power quality, and reliability of supply. Battery technologies have improved significantly in order to meet the challenges of practical electric vehicles and utility applications. Flywheel technologies are now used in advanced nonpolluting uninterruptible power supplies. Advanced capacitors are being considered as energy storage for power quality applications. Superconducting energy storage systems are still in their prototype stages but receiving attention for utility applications. The latest technology developments, some performance analysis, and cost considerations are addressed. This paper concentrates on the performance benefits of adding energy storage to power electronic compensators for utility applications.
11 End-To-End Secure Transmission of SMS Using EASYSMS Protocol, HANITHA. A1, ZINNIAH.F2,AGNES JOSHY.S3 Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India1 Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India1 Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India
Nowadays, short message service (SMS) is being used in many daily life applications, including healthcare monitoring, Mobile banking, mobile commerce, and so on. But when we send an SMS from one mobile phone to another, the information contained in the SMS transmit as plain text Sometimes this information may be confidential like account numbers, passwords, license numbers, and so on, and it is a major drawback to send such information through SMS while the traditional SMS service does not provide encryption to the information before its transmission. In this paper, we propose an efficient and secure protocol called EasySMS, which provides endto- end secure communication through SMS between end users. The working of the protocol is presented by considering two different scenarios. The analysis of the proposed protocol shows that this protocol is able to prevent various attacks, including SMS disclosure, over the air modification, replay attack, man-in-the- middle attack, and impersonation attack. The EasySMS protocol generates minimum communication and computation overheads as compared with existing SMSSec and PK-SIM protocols. On an average, the EasySMS protocol reduces 51% and 31% of the bandwidth consumption and reduces 62% and 45% of message exchanged during the authentication process in comparison to SMSSec and PK-SIM protocols respectively. Authors claim that EasySMS is the first protocol completely based on the symmetric key cryptography and retain original architecture of cellular network.
12 A Novel High Step-Up Interleaved Converter with Voltage Multiplier Circuit for PV Systems, S.Ambika1, A.Rajesh2, C.Dhana Lakshmi3 Student, M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives), SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India1 Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics, SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India2 Student, M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives), SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India
A novel high step-up converter, which is suitable for photovoltaic system is proposed in this project. Through a voltage multiplier module composed of switched capacitors and coupled inductors, the proposed converter obtains high step-up gain. The proposed converter not only reduces the current stress. But also constrains the input current ripple, which decreases the conduction losses and the efficiency gets improved.
13 MILP for Maximization of Network quality, G.Chandrasekar1, M.Anushya2, Assistant Professor, SRM University, Chennai 1 Assistant Professor, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur
The Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP) - based techniques and the approximation algorithms with computation time polynomial in the number of regular nodes and the number of mobile backbone nodes were described. Maximum number of regular nodes can be assigned to mobile backbone nodes at a given level throughput. The MILP based approach provides a considerable computational advantage over existing techniques for mobile backbone network optimization. This approach has been successfully applied to a problem in which a maximum number of regular nodes are to be assigned to mobile backbone nodes at a given level of throughput, and to a related problem in which all regular nodes are to be assigned to a mobile backbone node such that the minimum throughput achieved by any regular node is maximized.
14 High Speed and Reduced Area 16 bit Vedic Multiplier Using Carry Select Adder, D.Muthulakshmi1, S.Durgadevi2, B.Iyyappan3 PG scholar, E.G.S.Pillay engineering college, Nagapattinam1 Assistant Professor, E.G.S.Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam, 2 VLSI Design Engineer Chennai3
Processors speed depends greatly on the speed of multipliers.This paper gives the novel method of multiplier using vedic mathematics that rediscovered from ancient maths.High speed 16 bit Vedic multiplier architecture which is quite different from the conventional method and vedic multiplier designed using carry select adder is proposed in this paper.Multiplier operation based on Urdhva Tiryakbhayam Sutra which is highly preferred algorithm for multiplication that increases multiplier speed by reduced iteration.
15 Maintaining Secrecy of Users Data from World Scrutinizing In Cloud Storage, Gurupandi.P1, Vetrithangam.D2 M.E, CSE, RVS College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul, India 1 Associate Professor, CSE, RVS College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul, India 2
Cloud storage services have become commercially popular due to their overwhelming advantages to provide ubiquitous always-on access; a cloud service provider maintains multiple replicas for each piece of data on multiple distributed servers. A key problem of using the replication technique, which is nothing but master slave combinations of databases in clouds is that it is very expensive to achieve strong consistency on a worldwide scale. So, this system advise a heuristic auditing strategy (HAS) to reveal as many violations as possible. Cloud storage is a common place for data to be not only stored but also shared across multiple users. Unfortunately, the integrity of cloud data is subject to uncertainty due to the existence of hardware/software failures and human errors. User operation table have been generated to allow both data owners and public verifiers to efficiently audit cloud data integrity without retrieving the entire data from the cloud server. This System proposes a novel privacy-preserving mechanism that supports public auditing on shared data stored in the cloud.
16 Design of a Full Adder using PTL and GDI Technique, J.Dhanasekar1, S.Sarmila2, Anila Ramachandran3, S.Rathimeena4 Assistant Professor, ECE dept, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India1 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India2 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India3 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India4
In this paper an area and power efficient 9T adder design has been presented by hybridizing PTL and GDI techniques. The proposed adder design consists of 5 NMOS and 4 PMOS transistors. A PTL based 5T XOR-XNOR module has been proposed to improve area at 130nm technology. The proposed Hybrid full adder design is based on this area efficient 5T XOR-XNOR module design. Different logic functions can be implemented by only two transistors by using Gate diffusion input (GDI) approach. To improve area and power efficiency a cascade implementation of XOR module has been avoided in the proposed full adder. XOR-XNOR modules outputs act as input to Carry and Sum module which has been implemented by the GDI MUX. GDI approach is suitable for design of high speed, power efficient circuits with improved logic level swing and static power characteristics using a reduced number of transistors as compared to CMOS techniques. Simulations have been performed using tanner tool and Result shows that the proposed adder has an improvement of 62% in power over Existing Parallel Self-timed Adder (PASTA).
17 Voice over Internet Protocol in Distributed Environment Using MANETs, Josvin Wesley A.V 1, Dr.Amutharaj.J 2 P.G Scholar, Dept of M.E. (Computer Science and Engineering), Alpha College of Engineering, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. 1 Head of the Department, Dept of M.E. (Computer Science and Engineering), Alpha College of Engineering, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. 2
Mobile ad-hoc network is one of the most promising fields for research and development of wireless network. Mobile Ad hoc Networks are based on a peer to peer approach, each nodes participates in the organization of the whole network. Voice Over Internet Protocol over Mobile Ad-hoc Network is a challenging issue due to the intrinsic distributed nature of the existing peer to peer paradigm. A new protocol, capable of ensuring a Quality of Service level for Voice Over Internet Protocol calls over a Mobile Ad hoc network and to manage a higher number of calls in the system. Novel metric function is proposed to perform the best path selection from source to destination nodes, respecting the Quality of Service parameters for VoIP quality. Voice over IP is a methodology and group of technologies for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol networks. Finding the low cast path from source to destination and dynamic path selection strategy, in order to guarantee the best quality for new incoming calls, without degrading system performance.
18 Handheld Touch Screen Super Scope Device for Engineering Students, S.P. Gayathri1, M.Anitha2, G.Aadhithyan3 Assistant Professor, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu1. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu2. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu3.
Practical Sessions are the backbone of qualification in engineering education. It leads to better understanding and allows mastering scientific concepts and theories. The lack of availability of practical sessions at many universities and institutions owing to the cost and the unavailability of skilled instructors, the most of the time caused decline in experimentation in engineering education over the last decades. Even though the revolution of remote laboratories and touchscreen based smartphone, most of engineering colleges in India continue the tradition of introducing the students to a decade old instruments. The objective is to design and develop a portable device called Super Scope which is ALLIN- ONE electronics laboratory equipment that has multiple functionalities needed by a modern day engineering students for their practical experiments in electronics laboratory that would replace the existing superfluity of instruments. The device is completely operated from touch screen using touch buttons and menus
19 CFRP Strips on Punching Shear Strength Development of Bubble Deck Slab ,
20 LOW POWER EXPLICIT TYPE PULSE TRIGGERED FLIPFLOP USING TSPC LATCH BASED ON SIGNAL FEEDTHROUGH SCHEME ,
21 A New Energy Efficient Routing Scheme for Data Gathering,
22 FPGA Implementation of Successive Cancellation Polar Decoder Architecture, R.Sornalatha , A.Muthumanicckam, L.Vijayprabakaran
Nowadays polar codes are becoming one of the most favourable capacity achieving Error Correction Codes (ECC) for their simple low encoding and decoding complexity, have received much attention in recent years; they probably achieve the theoretical capacity of discrete memoryless channels using the low complexity successive cancellation (SC) decoding algorithm. However, among the very few prior successive cancellation polar decoder designs, the required long code length makes the decoding latency high. As a new polar decoder, referred to as 2b-SC-Precomputation decoder, reduce the latency from (2n-1) to ((3n/4)-1) without performance loss. Furthermore, in our method, the decoding latency decreases rapidly with increasing throughput. Significant latency and throughput reductions are shown by simulation results and also report synthesis results for ASIC.
23 SRAM Performance Enhancement Using Sense Amplifier Based Design Technique, K. Ramesh, A.Manonmani , M.Gomathi , V.Lawanya
SRAM cells are known to be highly sensitive to process variations due to the extremely small device sizes. Local random variations in device characteristics can easily lead to Read disturb, Write failure, or Read access failure in SRAM cell. Transient negative bit-line voltage technique is presented to improve write-ability of SRAM cell. Capacitive coupling is used to generate a transient negative voltage at the low-going bit-line during Write operation without any on-chip or offchip negative voltage source. In this work Read assist sense amplifier based design technique is presented to reduce read failure of SRAM cell. Furthermore, false read before write operation, common to conventional 6T designs due to bitselect and word line timing mismatch, is eliminated using the Read assist sense amplifier based design technique. Tran- NBL able to achieve higher reduction in write failure compared to lower cell supply voltage while preserving the benefits of bit-line based control and eliminating the need for additional voltages. The design of Transient Negative Bit Line Voltage Scheme and sense amplifier based design technique for 6T SRAM has been implemented and corresponding result was obtained using DSCH tool. Simulation analysis of the proposed SRAM design with state-of-art designs demonstrates show better performance in terms of area power and delay.