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  • IMPLEMENTATION OF WDR-ROI (WAVELET DIFFERENCE REDUCTION-REGION OF INTEREST) ALGORITHM FOR IMAGE COMPRESSION


Priyanka Singh, Dr. Priti Singh

Abstract:
This paper shows the comparative analysis of WDR (Wavelet Difference Reduction) and WDRROI (Wavelet Difference Reduction- region of interest). One of the defects of SPIHT is that it only implicitly locates the position of significant coefficients.


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  • DESIGN, FABRICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF DRUDGERY FREE PADDY THRESHER FOR FARMERS OF HILLS OF HIMALAYAS


Divya Singh, Deepa Vinay,

Abstract:
Paddy threshing by manually operated paddy thresher is popular among the farmers since more than 60 percent of the cultivated land in hill area is under the category of small and marginal farmers in India.


8-18
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  • MANGO FRUIT RIPPLE PREMIX: DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMISATION USING RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY


Tanmay A. Nalawade, Rupesh S. Chavan, Anit Kumar

Abstract:
The optimum formulation for production of premix for fruit ripple was determined using Response Surface Methodology (RSM Design Expert DX 6) in two phases with variables (sweeteners, gums, acid regulator, fruit powders, titbits, flavours and colours).


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  • RESEARCH REVIEW OF SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION


Neel Kamal, D.K.P.Singh

Abstract:
Photovoltaic (PV) is a method of generating electrical power by converting sunlight directly into direct current using semiconductors that exhibit the photovoltaic effect.


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  • UNSTEADY MHD OSCILLATORY FLOW OF JEFFREY FLUID, HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER BETWEEN PARALLEL PLATES WITH CHEMICAL REACTION AND HEAT SOURCE


P.R. Sharma, Tripti Mehta

Abstract:
Aim of the paper is to investigate the effect of heat and mass transfer on unsteady MHD oscillatory flow of Jeffrey fluid between parallel plates with chemical reaction and heat source.


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  • QUANTIFICATION OF INCREASE IN BLOOD PRESSURE WITH THE REDUCTION IN FORCED VITAL CAPACITY OF LUNGS OF SAND STONE MINE WORKERS


Dr. Suresh Kumar Singh, Banna Ram Panwar, Dr. Saroj Panwar

Abstract:
When any human being is constantly exposed to respirable suspended particulate matter for longer duration his respiratory tract is damaged and forced vital capacity is reduced.


80-88
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  • SURVEY AND CENSUS DATA MANAGEMENT WITH CSPro


Jignasu Yagnik

Abstract:
Accuracy of survey/census data is essential for getting reliable results. Inaccurate data leads to delays in generating outcomes and often lead to project failures.


89-95
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  • PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF PRINTED CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM


Dr. Pramod Kumar Rai

Abstract:
In spite of today’s powerful computer systems and intensive research for last five decades, it might be surprising to note that the machines are still far from the final frontier i.e. human’s performance in case of reading.


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  • SIGNAL PROCESSING IN PROTEIN CODING DNA FOR CANCER DETECTION


Sujit Kumar Chakravarty,

Abstract:
Protein coding regions in DNA sequences is a fundamental step in computational recognition of genes.


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  • MODELLING AND OPTIMISING THE TRANSHIPMENT PROBLEM OF NAGAPATTINAM MUNICIPALITY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT


Dr. R. Sophia Porchelvi, P. Jamuna Devi

Abstract:
There is a need for mathematical tools in order to manage the municipal solid waste and thereby providing a healthy environment to the society. The transportation problem is a special class of the linear programming problem.


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  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


Ar. Pallavi Sharma

Abstract:
We are directly benefitted from nature and without it we will not be able to survive. Majority of medicines presently in use and all our foods are derived from plants and animals.


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  • MINIMAL REPAIR TIME, LEAD TIME AND REPAIR COST LIMIT FUNCTION OF CORTISOL IN DEPRESSED WOMEN


Geetha.T, Karthika.K

Abstract:
Increased cortisol level is a renowned finding in patients even it is present in only 25- 30% of subjects with major depression.


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  • DYNAMIC COMPENSATION OF REACTIVE POWER IN 330KV TRANSMISSION LINE USING STATIC VAR COMPENSATOR (SVC)


IBEKWE, B.E. Mgbachi C.A Engr. Eze Marcel Nduka

Abstract:
Reactive power and voltage control constitute part of major challenges in power system industry. The growing demand for power increases while the expansion of power generation and transmission is severely limited due to lean economic resources and environmental forces.


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