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GALAL ALI HASSAAN
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to investigate the possibility of using a new proposed feedforward third-order compensator to control a delayed integrating process. The compensator is tuned using MATLAB optimization toolbox for different process time delay levels between 0.2 and 7.4 seconds.
R.S.S. PRASANTH, K. HANS RAJ
Abstract: Optimization of any machining process is a highly challenging task per se, because it essentially involves prediction of optimal cutting parameters and operating constrains that are complex and very nonlinear in nature and affect the total production time which in turn affects production cost and quality of the work piece.
Jyoti Dalal, Mahendra Singh Meena, Priti Singh
Abstract: This paper describes an efficient face recognition system in order to overcome many of the limitations found in existing facial recognition systems. In this paper the dimensional reduction has been done in order to reduce the dimensions of the image using principal component analysis.
Leena Choukiker, Shruti Karkra, Janak B Patel
Abstract: Human Emotion Recognition plays an vital role in the human-computer interaction (HCI). In this paper, the emotions are detected on segmented image by means of low dimension weighted Gabor filter bank.
Kriti Jain, Aakrisht Mishra, Abhishek Aggarwal, Abhishek Sherawat, Chetna Rajpal, Iteshree Sharma
Abstract: Project SC-HR(Smart Control for Vehicle Headlights and Rear-View mirror) is basically designed and optimized to give people a hand-over on accidents caused by High Beam today (on Highways and in-city basically).
Krishan Kumar, Sonal Dahiya
Abstract: This paper proposes a FFT processor with multiple pipeline architecture for high throughput-rate applications. The power consumption and hardware cost can also be save in this processor by using the higher radix FFT algorithm and less memory and complex multipliers.
N.Sreevidya, K. Srilaxmi, Dr Prasanta Kumar Sahoo
Abstract: There is a lot of research going on the cryptanalysis techniques. Many authors have suggested different cryptanalytic techniques for Symmetric and Asymmetric Encryptions but this paper discusses the Cryptanalytic techniques of Block Ciphers for Symmetric Encryption.
Tanushree Agarwal,Swati Goyal, Chahat Sharma, Ayushi Jain
Abstract: The classical transportation problem is one of the many well structured problems in the mathematical programming literature that has generated considerable interest.
Tanushree Agarwal, Varun Singh Chauhan, Kommanaboina Varun
Abstract: This paper highlights the implementation of an Intelligent Bus Management System to curb the current challenges and problems such as overloading and smoking in the bus.
M.Sesha Srinivas, Dr .M.V.R.D Prasad
Abstract: Friction Stir Welding (FSW) was invented by Wayne Thomas at TWI (The Welding Institute), U.K in December 1991. Since then it has become a major joining process in the aerospace, railway and ship building industries especially in the fabrication of aluminium alloys and many other applications of commercial importance.
Kriti Jain, Prem Chand , Saad Shamsi , Dimple Taneja, Rahul Yadav, Sanjeev Yadav
Abstract: In this project, a data logger for specific application has been designed. This paper discusses a vehicle speed measurement and display/recording system using IR sensor as speed sensor.
Naman Agarwal, Ajit Kumar
Abstract: For the design of earthen dams and embankments shear parameters are required. These are also used in calculating the bearing capacity of soil foundation. This research is an attempt to investigate the effect of Crusher Dust on cohesion and angle of internal friction of Pantnagar soil.
Abstract: The last decade has witnessed extreme competition among cellular wireless services providers in developing countries like Nigeria. However, as the competition increases, it has become essential for companies to position themselves appropriately in order to take advantage of their core competencies and to prepare for the emerging telecommunications environment.
Okeke.C. and Iroegbu. C.
Abstract: Electromagnetic waves are produced by stream of photons travelling in waves. They come in a very wide range of wavelengths, which include radio wave, microwave, infrared (heat), visible light, ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma-ray waves.
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