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  • COLLISION OF BREXIT ON INDIAN MARKET


Ms. Lubna Suraiya

Abstract:
The European Union often known as the EU - is an economic and political partnership involving 28 European countries. It began after World War II to foster economic co-operation, with the idea that countries which trade together are more likely to avoid going to war with each other.


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  • COMPARISON OF KEYWORD BASED CLUSTERING OF WEB DOCUMENTS BY USING OPENSTACK 4j AND BY TRADITIONAL METHOD


Shiza Anand, Prof. Pradeep Pant, Dr. Mukesh Rawat

Abstract:
As the number of hypertext documents are increasing continuously day by day on world wide web. Therefore, clustering methods will be required to bind documents into the clusters (repositories) according to the similarity lying between the documents.


9-24
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  • AN OVERVIEW OF BRAIN TUMOR SEGMENTATION ALGORITHMS


Bhupendra T. Jagtap, Prof- Sanjeev N. Jain

Abstract:
Brain is the most important and vital organ of the human body. The control and coordination of all the other vital structures is carried out by the brain.


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  • AN OVERVIEW OF BRAIN TUMOR SEGMENTATION ALGORITHMS


Bhupendra T. Jagtap, Prof- Sanjeev N. Jain

Abstract:
Brain is the most important and vital organ of the human body. The control and coordination of all the other vital structures is carried out by the brain.


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  • FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF CEMENTED CARBIDE DRILL BIT IN ROCK DRILLING PROCESS


Saidulu Pagidipalli, Prof Pappula Laxminarayana, VijayaKumar Eesarapu

Abstract:
Drilling is probably the most important conventional mechanical process and it is the most widely used machining operation. Prediction of cutting forces for any set of cutting parameters is essential in optimal design and manufacturing of products.


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  • PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF MIMO-OFDM SYSTEM WITH PERFECT CHANNEL ESTIMATION AND BEAMFORMING TECHNIQUE


V.Raja, V. Karthick, A. Suban, M. Pradeep

Abstract:
Multiple transmit and receive antennas can be used to form multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels to increase the capacity by a factor of the minimum number of transmit and receive antennas. In this paper, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) for MIMO channels (MIMO-OFDM) is considered for wideband transmission to mitigate intersymbol interference and enhance system capacity.


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  • OUTLIER DISCERNMENT USING K-MEANS


Madhav Bokare, V. M Thakare

Abstract:
In this paper we propose a clustering based method to capture outliers. We apply K-means clustering algorithm to divide the data set into clusters.


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  • DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF DOMAIN SPECIFIC HIWE


Megha Saini, Dr. Mukesh Rawat

Abstract:
As the size of WWW is growing daily, lots of relevant information are available in the form of hypertext in WWW. Users can view publically indexible pages of any web portal and some information viewed after filling of the appropriate search interfaces.


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  • APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING AND GIS IN LAND USE/ LAND COVER CHANGE DETECTION ANALYSIS


Dr. Kavita, Dr. M. Anji Reddy

Abstract:
Land use and land cover change has become a central constituent in existing strategies for organization of natural resources and monitoring environmental changes. City expansion has brought severe losses of water bodies, cultivation land, and vegetation.


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  • CRISIS MANAGEMENT USING AD-HOC BIONIC HANDSET NETWORK


S.Mythili, E.Shalini

Abstract:
A chaotic world has become a ground for numerous natural disasters and man-made disasters. Natural disasters like Tsunamis, flood, earthquakes, hurricanes and storms or human caused events like large scale terrorist attacks or nuclear disasters, traditional communication systems can be totally destroyed and make the poor communication.


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  • ANALYSIS OF A STEEL FRAMED BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT SHEAR WALLS AND DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS OF BRACINGS


V Lakshmi, B Ramya Madhuri

Abstract:
Natural disasters question the intelligence of humans. Cyclones and earthquakes are the most devastating disasters. Recently Hudhud cyclone and moderate earthquakes in Indian sub-continent have shown that there is no safe zone on this earth which is free from natural disasters.


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