I. INTRODUCTION Accordingly Brannick et al. (2007), job descriptions is an instrument used by the people who does not know accurately how to perform the job. So, to make employees perform their jobs well there has to be a clear and specific job description. Therefore, many organizations are working hard to make sure that job descriptions that they have are effective in term of productivity and in achieving the organization’s objectives. For these reasons, many researchers conducted many study to assess the effects of job description for the success of the organizations. As, in the fast changing world there are many changes in the nature of working environment and technology, and so the job description should be adjusted to incorporate the changes. Therefore, this study focuses on the assessment of the role of job description in determining the employee performance particularly in some selected manufacturing organizations in the city of Pune, India. So, far it will use different concepts and practices in relation to job description and its effects on employees’ performance.
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- Dr. K. Krishnam RajuHead of the Department, College of Finance, Management and Development, Ethiopian Civil Services University, Ethiopia
- Dr. Sweta BanerjeeAssociate Professor, College of Finance, Management and Development, Ethiopian Civil Services University, Ethiopia
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Dr. K. Krishnam Raju, Dr. Sweta Banerjee "A Study on Job Description and its Effect on Employee Performance: Case of Some Selected Manufacturing Organizations in the City of Pune, India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.01-10 2017
Transition metal oxide (TMO) doped semiconducting glass nano–composites xV2O5–(1–x) (0.05MoO3–0.95ZnO), x= 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9 and 0.93 have been develop by conventional melt quenching technique. The temperature and compositional dependences of the dc electrical transport properties of as prepared vanadate glasses have been reported. Low and high temperature activation energy, density of states at Fermi level, optical phonon frequency and Debye temperature have been computed. Formation of small polaron has been confirmed from dc electrical conductivity experimental data and conductivity is due to mainly polaron hopping from V+4 to V+5 valence state in these glassy systems. The Schnakenberg’s multiphonon assisted hopping model of small polaron is the best model to interpret the temperature dependence of the activation energy and the conductivity over the entire temperature range of measurement. The various polaron hopping parameters such as polaron radius, polaron band width (J), polaron hopping energy and the value of electron–phonon interaction coefficient (γP) have been evaluated. The estimated value of hopping carrier mobility (μ) and hopping carrier concentration (NC) is found to depend on temperature and V2O5 content. According to Holstein, it is confirmed that non–adiabatic small polaron hopping is responsible for the electrical conductivity in presently studied glassy systems.
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- Anindya Sundar Das Department of Electronics & Communication, Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, Dakshin Gobindapur, Kolkata – 700145, IndiaDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700032, IndiaDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700032, India
- Madhab Roy Department of Electrical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700032, India
- Debasish Roy Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700032, India
- Sanjib Bhattacharya Department of Engineering Sciences and Humanities, Siliguri Institute of Technology, Darjeeling – 734009, West Bengal, India
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Anindya Sundar Das, Madhab Roy, Debasish Roy and Sanjib Bhattacharya "DC Electrical Transport Properties and Non–adiabatic Small Polaron Hopping conduction in Semiconducting Vanadate Glasses" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.11-19 2017
“Marketing is the conception and deliverance of a standard of living to the society”. I. INTRODUCTION Marketing has got a very significant role in marketing and business management. It is considered to be as a proper and pure management function. So, just because of this it has got its base in the decision making process of an organization. Thus, Marketing is essential for meeting the needs, desires and wants of the customers on large scale. It is about understanding and handling customers by identifying their problems and finding different ways to produce products or services which are demanded by customers. Marketing Management is the planning, implementation, analysis, and control of marketing based programmes that are designed to build, create and maintain the practical approach of the marketing techniques. It helps the marketing firms to take decision regarding the changes taking place in the environment. These changes are related to the four important “P’s” of Marketing Mix. Thus, marketing management gives importance to the application and practical method of the marketing activities of the firm. So, for this reason the Marketing Manager has got a crucial to role to play in the marketing firm in connection with achieving the organizational objectives. It is the Marketing Manager only who will take decision regarding the following things: a. How to deal with the production of products by adding new features to it. b. How to charge prices on the commodities before placing it for sale in the market. c. How to get and identify markets for the product. d. How to deal with the promotion and advertising strategies in order to increase the sales of the firm. e. How to provide good packages on the product regarding safely handling it, etc. The perception of marketing not only deals with the simple transaction of exchange of goods and services but also includes the complex and complicated transactions as well, connecting various interrelated and unified variables. As the thought regarding the same has changed, various experts have tried to put the definitions of marketing management at various points of time. One can really find the variations in the definitions because of the fact that marketing has no accepted fundamental hypothetical base like other streams have got. Thus, in short marketing management is the management which deals with the marketing activities of the firm.
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- Prof. Shubhangi Vitthal GaikwadAssistant Professor & Head, Department of Commerce, MAEER’S Arts, Commerce & Science College Pune 38, Maharashtra
Prof. Shubhangi Vitthal Gaikwad "Methods to Manage the Challenges of Change" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.20-24 2017
TiO2 nanopowder having both anatase and rutile phases was prepared by a simple procedure using sol-gel method. Titanium isopropoxide was used as a titania source and mixed with methanol and TiO2 nanopowder was obtained after annealing at 6000C for 1 hour in air. The specimens made from this powder were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA) and Transmission electron microscopy (TEM). XRD studies revealed the presence of both anatase and rutile phases with an average crystallite size of 35 ± 5 nm. No significant weight loss up to 7000 C was observed by TGA curve which indicates that TiO2 nanopowder is thermally stable. TEM revealed the presence of a number of crystalline grains in a structured matrix and selected electron diffraction pattern showed different arrangement of diffracted rings which confirms a phase evolution of crystalline grains of TiO2 (anatase/rutile) due to thermal annealing. Mixed phase (anatase/rutile) TiO2 nanopowder has been reported ,  to exhibit improved photocatalytic and gas sensing properties. It is proposed to study the gas sensing behavior of these specimens during our research investigations on TiO2 nanopowder. .
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- Shubhra MathurDepartment of Physics, JaganNath Gupta Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur, 302022, India
- Rohit JainDepartment of Physics, JaganNath Gupta Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur, 302022, India
- S.K. SharmaDepartment of Physics, Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, 302017, India
. Enachi, M., Lupan, O., Braniste, T., Sarua, A., Chow, L., Mishra, Y. K., Gedamu, D., Adelung, R., Tiginyanu, I., (2015). Integration of individual TiO2 nanotube on the chip: nanodevice for hydrogen sensing. Phys. Status Solidi RRL 2015, 1-4. . Singh, J., Mohapatra, S., (2015) .Thermal evolution of structural, optical and photocatalytic properties of TiO2 nanostructures. Adv. Mater. Lett. 6(10), 924-929. . Hanaor, D.A.H., Sorrell, C.C., (2011). Review of the anatase to rutile phase transformation. J. Mater. Sci. 46, 855-874. . Pawar, S., Chougule, M., Patil, S., Raut, B., Dalvi, D., Patil, P., Sen, S., Joshi, P., Patil, V., (2011). Fabrication of nanocrystalline TiO2 thin film ammonia vapor sensor. Journal of Sensor Technology 1, 9-16. . Dai, S., Wu, Y., Sakai, T., Du, Z., Sakai, H., Abe, M., (2010). Preparation of highly crystalline TiO2 nanostructures by acid-assisted hydrothermal treatment of hexagonal structured nanocrystalline titania/cetyltrimethyammonium bromide nanoskeleton. Nanoscale Research Letters 5, 1829-1835. . Vijayalakshmi, K., Rajendran, V., (2012). Synthesis and characterization of nano-TiO2 via different methods. Archives of Applied Science Research 4(2), 1183-1190. . Vijayalakshmi, K., Rajendran, K. V., (2010). Effect of K+ doping on the phase transformation of TiO2 nanoparticles. AZojomo 6, DOI : 10.2240/azojomo0298. . Wang, Y., Jia, W., Strout, T., Ding, Y., Lei, Y., (2009). Preparation, characterization and sensitive gas sensing of conductive core-sheath TiO2-PEDOT nanocables. Sensors 9, 6752-6763. . Parveen, A., Roy A.S., (2013). Effect of morphology on thermal stability of core-shell polyaniline/TiO2 nanocomposites. Advanced Materials Letters 4(9), 696-701.
Shubhra Mathur, Rohit Jain, S.K. Sharma "Preparation of Mixed Phase (Anatase/Rutile) TiO2 Nanopowder by Simple Sol Gel Method" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.25-27 2017
The proposed algorithm deals with the determination of enciphered data using the concepts of substitution as one of the key ingredients. Secret key is generated which hides the plain text from the knowledge of adversaries. The key is kept secret. Each plain text alphabet has its own key to create the corresponding cipher text. The algorithm is based on symmetric key cryptographic system where the same key is used for both encryption and decryption. Underlying statistics of cipher text is hidden since same alphabet is not enciphered by the same key .The cryptanalysis is hard .
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- Rachana B. NairIndependent Researcher
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Rachana B. Nair, "Adripathi Cipher" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.28 2017
The Herbs (medicinal plants) are widely used by the traditional medical practitioners for curing various diseases in their day-to-day practice. These herbal plants are easily available in our surrounding area. Generally it is found, Gold fishes are frequently effected from microbes, bacterial, fungal, parasite etc. Disease fish were collected from ornamental Fish Farm. Collected fishes were feed with garlic supplemented feed and normal feed. Separately Tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum) dust was added to normal feed and prepared feed was applied the aquarium containing disease-affected Gold fishes (Carassius auratus L.). Experimental trial was continued for 8 weeks consecutively to observe the development of immunity against the common pathogens. Result shows that the after treatment fish were healthy and energetic.
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- Swadesh Santra Chemical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
- Archana Sinha Chemical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
- Chanchal Mondal Chemical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
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Swadesh Santra, Archana Sinha and Chanchal Mondal "Effect of Herbal plant (Tulsi) against Common Disease in Gold Fish, Carassius Auratus (Linn. 1758)" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.29-31 2017
This paper present for analysis of short term load forecasting: one week (with & without weekend) using ANN techniques for SLDC of Gujarat. In this paper short term electric load forecasting using neural network; based on historical load demand, The Levenberg-Marquardt optimization technique which has one of the best learning rates was used as a back propagation algorithm for the Multilayer Feed Forward ANN model using MATLAB.12 ANN tool box. Design a model for one week (with & w/o weekend) load pattern for STLF using the neural network have been input variables are (Min., Avg., & Max. load demands for previous week, Min., Avg., & Max. temperature for previous week & Min., Avg., & Max. humidity for previous week). And Nov-12 to Apr-13 (6 Months) historical load data from the SLDC, Gujarat are used for training, testing and showing the good performance. Using this ANN model computing the mean absolute error between the exact and predicted values, we were able to obtain an absolute mean error within specified limit and regression value close to one. This represents a high degree of accuracy.
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- Tejas GandhiM.Tech Student, Electrical Engineering Department, Indus University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
- Prof. Sweta ShahHead of Department, Electrical Engineering Department, Indus University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
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Tejas Gandhi, Prof. Sweta Shah "Short Term Load Forecasting: One Week (With & Without Weekend) Using Artificial Neural Network for SLDC of Gujarat" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.32-37 2017
This paper aims to find out the status and causes of food insecurity and policy measures taken by the government to reduce insecurity in Odisha. The data used in this paper have been collected from different secondary sources like books, journals, news papers, government reports etc. The study shows that the main cause of food insecurity in Odisha is absence of purchasing power of people to purchase adequate amounts of foods to meet basic minimum food requirements. Purchasing power is absent because of poverty. 9%of the population are extremely food insecure consuming less than 1800 kcl per day. The vulnerability is high in southern and northern regions of the state as well as among SC and ST communities and is more experienced in rural areas than urban areas. Government of Odisha intervene the situation to counter insecurity through different measures like subsidized distribution of food grains, nutrition provisioning through Anganwadis and mid-day meals, food for work programmes etc. Because of implementation of these measures calories intake of people of KBK regions has increased from 1674.6 kcl in 2004-05 to 1819.0 kcl in 2011-12 and that of non-KBK regions has increased from 2046.5 kcl in 2004-05 to 2076 kcl in 2011-12. Finally, the paper suggests that the government should focus on development of agriculture and employment generation and price stability.
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- Satyanarayan Behera Assistant Professor in Economics, Raajdhani Engineering College, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
- Dr. Govinda Chandra Penthoi Faculty in Linguistics, Berhampur University, Bramhapur, Odisha
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Satyanarayan Behera,Dr. Govinda Chandra Penthoi "Food Insecurity and Government Intervention for Sustainable Food Access in Odisha" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.38-46 2017
In this work, heat transfer problems that have Radiation boundary condition are addressed with a unique BEM procedure. To address this, adaptive shape functions are defined on the nodes in contrast to the standard BEM procedure. The shape function are expandable to solve the complex mathematical problems that arise in the solution of the equations. The solution developed using the adaptive node shape functions are compared with that of the conventional node basis shape function. The shape functions yield comparable results with conventional node basis shape function by reducing the computational time. Results are plotted for several mesh sizes and the convergence study is also made. Effort is made to improve the accuracy of the solution. Finally, important conclusions are drawn and future scope is defined.
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- Raghu Kumar A YBangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- M C JagathBangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- Chandrasekhar BBangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
. Raghu Kumar A Y, M C Jagath, Chandrasekhar B, BEM solution for the Radiation BC Heat Transfer problem with New Shape Functions”, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 6, Issue 2, February 2016 . Anand.S.N, Sreerama Reddy .T.V, Madhu. D, Heat Conduction by 3- dimensional bodies of arbitrary shape using bie Formulation”. Journal of Innovative Research and Solution (JIRAS) - A unit of UIIRS, ISSN: 2320 1932 / ISSN – 2348 3636 Volume1 – Issue No.1 – Jan – Jun 2014. . Chandrasekhar, B. (2005), “Acoustic scattering from arbitrarily shaped three dimensional rigid bodies using method of moments solution with node based basis functions”, Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 243-254. . B. Chandrasekhar (2008), “Node based Method of Moments Solution to Combined Layer Formulation of Acoustic Scattering”, CMES, vol.33, no.3, pp.243-267. . Rao S.M., Waller M.L, (2001): “Application of adaptive basis functions for a diagonal moment-matrix solution of two-dimensional field problems—TE case”. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Microwave Opt Technol Lett 29: 270–273 . Waller M.L.; Rao S.M. (2002): Application of Adaptive Basis Functions for a Diagonal Moment Matrix Solution of Arbitrarily Shaped Three-Dimensional Conducting Body Problems, IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation, vol. 50, no. 10, pp 1445-1452 . B. Chandrasekhar and S.M. Rao (2008), “A New Method to Generate an Almost-Diagonal Matrix in the Boundary Integral Equation Formulation”. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 124, Issue 6, pp. 3390-3396. . B. Chandrasekhar and S.M. Rao (2008), “A Faster Method of Moments Solution to Double Layer Formulation of Acoustic Scattering”. CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 199-214. . Rao S.M., Waller M.L, (2001): Development and application of adaptive basis functions to generate a diagonal moment matrix for electromagnetic field problems”. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Microwave Opt Technol Lett 28: 357–361. . Chandrasekhar, B.; Rao, S.M. (2004a): Acoustic scattering from rigid bodies of arbitrary shape –double layer formulation. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, vol 115, pp. 1926-1933. . Chandrasekhar, B.; Rao, S.M. (2004b): Elimination of internal resonance problem associated with acoustic scattering by three-dimensional rigid body, Journal of Acoustical Society of America, vol 115, pp. 2731-2737. . Chandrasekhar, B.; Rao, S.M. (2005): Acoustic Scattering from Complex Shaped Three Dimensional Structures, CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 105-118. . Chandrasekhar, B.; Rao, S.M.. (2007): Acoustic Scattering from Fluid Bodies of Arbitrary Shape. CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 67-80. . Burton, A.J.; Miller, G.F. (1971): The application of integral equation methods to the numerical solution of some exterior boundary value problems. Proceedings of Royal Society, London, vol A323, pp. 601-618 . . Raju, P.K.; Rao, S. M.; Sun, S.P. (1991): Application of the method of moments to acoustic scattering from multiple infinitely long fluid filled cylinders. Computers and Structures. vol 39, pp. 129-134. . Rao, S.M.; Raju, P.K. (1989): Application of Method of moments to acoustic scattering from multiple bodies of arbitrary shape. Journal of Acoustical Society of America. vol 86, pp. 1143-1148. . Rao, S.M.; Sridhara, B.S. (1991): Application of the method of moments to acoustic scattering from arbitrary shaped rigid bodies coated with lossless, shearless materials of arbitrary thickness. Journal of Acoustical Society of America. vol 90, pp. 1601-1607. . Rao, S. M.; Raju, P.K.; Sun, S.P. (1992): Application of the method of moments to acoustic scattering from fluid-filled bodies of arbitrary shape. Communications in Applied Numerical Methods, vol 8, pp. 117-128. . Sun, S.P.; Rao, S. M. (1992): Application of the method of moments to acoustic scattering from multiple infinitely long fluid-filled cylinders using three different formulation. Computers and Structures. vol 43, pp. 1147-1153.
Raghu Kumar A Y, M C Jagath, Chandrasekhar B "BEM Solution for the Radiation BC Thermal Problem with Adaptive Basis Functions" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.47-53 2017
I. INTRODUCTION The roots of Microfinance were seen in the 19th century but these little roots took the shape of trees in the 20th century. These trees were grown by a very famous personality named Prof. Mohammed Yunus. He won noble prize for this work. He was very much moved emotionally by seeing the financially poor condition of his countrymen and that emotional outlet was in form of Microfinance under Grameen Model for the development and poverty alleviation and uplifting the standard of living of his countrymen. Seeing this tree grow many nations all over the world thought of joining hands and to make theses scattered trees grow into a dense forest. And their efforts really started bearing fruits on these trees. In the same time NABARD (National Bank for agricultural and Rural Development) took the initiative to bring the same changes in the rural areas of India. And as the time moved further the gloomy faces of people started changing into the smiling faces as slowly and steadily money started rolling into their hands and they started to move out of the clutches of money lenders. “Microfinance in India works under 4 major models a) Self Help Group b) Grameen Model c) Joint Liability Group d) Co-operative society”- Microfinance Institutions are in great favor of lending money to female category of the society because they feel the female fraternity is very much sensitive towards their family so they work hard order to repay the loan amount well in time. Microfinance works at the very root level so the major economic disturbances like the issue of 2007 and 2011 does not have the impact on economic life of the citizen of nation. Microfinance has the major role to play in the flagship programme of government of India started by Sh. Narendera Modi for example skill India, Start-up India, Make In India. And a place to link the major 4M’s of a business to give a start to some kind of Manufacturing and Selling is known an Enterprise and the person who links all these 4M’s in such a manner that maximum return can be generated through operational activity of an Enterprise is known as an Entrepreneur. The process of developing and making a positive growth in enterprise, entrepreneur and ultimately the society is known as Entrepreneurship. And when there is an increment in entrepreneurial skills and knowledge through some structured training is known as Entrepreneurship Development. “The best example of Entrepreneurial Success is Dhirubhai ambani-founder of Reliance Group and also according to the report of NSSO out of every 1000 Indians 250 are self employed ” .
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- Anchit JhambChandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab, India
- Sawita JhambChandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab, India
. https://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/aSGuest122916-1290741-microfinance-and-its-different-models-india/. . https://www.f1gmat.com/entrepreneurship-development-india# . https://www.ediindia.org/Creed/data%5CNisha%20Bharti.htm
Anchit Jhamb, Sawita Jhamb "Microfinance and Entrepreneurship Development " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.54-56 2017
Mobile ad-hoc network characterized as a homogenous and heterogeneous on the basis of node capabilities. Heterogeneity property may make issues for mobile ad-hoc network in context of coverage area, link stability, lifetime etc. To resolve these issues, require a mechanism to adapt different characteristics and make decision for smooth functioning. Heterogeneity also leads effective routing problem that occurs instability in route or path. Though to make effective routing in this situation, efficient clustering algorithm may be apply. In this paper, the effects of heterogeneity property are studied and analyzed. A cluster head algorithm is also suggested to deal with the effects of the property. Suggested algorithm is simulated in network simulation and performance is evaluated in context of computation cost, lifetime and number of clusters .
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- Abhilasha Sharma Research Scholar, Paher University, Udaipur, Rajasthan
- Dr. M.S. Deora HOD-Computer Studies, Bhupal Nobles Institute, Udaipur, Rajasthan
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Abhilasha Sharma, Dr. M.S. Deora "An Adaptive Cluster Head Election Algorithm for Heterogeneous Mobile Ad-hoc Network" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.57-62 2017
S.Ahlgren, Bringmann and Lovejoy  defined M2 spt(n) to be the number of smallest parts in the partitions of without repeated odd parts and with smallest part even and Bringmann, Lovejoy and Osburn derivedthe generating function for M2 spt(n) .Hanumareddy and Manjusri  derived generating function for the number of smallest parts of Partitions of n by using r- Partitions of n. Hanumareddy and Gudimella V R K Sagar,  defined M2 partitions and Ga partitions of positive integer . In this chapter we derived generating function for M2 spt(n) by using r- M2 partitions of n. We also derive generating function for sum M2 spt(n)..
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- Dr. K.HanumareddyDepartment of Mathematics, Hindu College, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur (Dt), India
- Gudimella V R K SagarL/Mathematics, Govt.Polytechnic, Ponnur, Guntur (Dt).
. S. Ahlgren, K. Bringmann, J.Lovejoy.l-adic properties of smallest parts functions. AdvMath.,228(1):629-645, 2011 . G. E. Andrews, The theory of partitions . G. E. Andrews, The number of smallest parts in the partitions of n. J.Reine Angew.Math.624:133-142,2008. . K.Bringmann, J.Lovejoy and R.Osburn. Automorphic properties of generating functions for generalized rank moments and Durfee symbols. Int.Math.Res.Not.IMRN,(2):238-260,2010 . Hanumareddy K (2009), A Note on r-partitions of n in which least part k, International Journal of Computational Ideas, 2,1, pp. 6-12. . Hanumareddy K (2009), A Note on partitions , International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 9,3-4, pp. 313-322. . K.Hanumareddy, A.Manjusri The number of smallest parts of partitions of n. IJITE.,Vol.03,Issue-03,(March 2015), ISSN:2321-1776 . Hanumareddy K., Gudimella V R K Sagar "The number of Smallest parts of overpartitions of n" International Research Journal of Mathematics, Engineering, and IT Vol.2 Issue 3, March 2015 . Hanumareddy K., Gudimella V R K Sagar "A Note on M1 Partitions of n" International Research Journal of Mathematics, Engineering, and IT Vol.3 Issue 12, December 2016 . Hanumareddy K., Gudimella V R K Sagar "A Note on Ga Partitions of n" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science (IJLTEMAS) ISSN 2278-2540, Vol.V Issue XII, pp.94-98 December 2016
Dr. K.Hanumareddy, Gudimella V R K Sagar "A Note on M2 Partitions of n" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.63-66 2017
VCN is Vehicular Cloud Network which is the combination of VANET and cloud. Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) technology has been used in many of the applications such as avoiding traffic jam on roadways and airways, preventing the vehicles from accidents and so on. It serve as one of the best platform to meet with group-oriented services which comes under one of the primary application classes. Multicast routing is used to support such services. In such cases one must have to ensure better packet delivery ratio, lower delays and reduced control overheads. Thus, there is a need to design stable and reliable multicast routing protocols for VANETs. In this paper, we proposed a Receiver Based Multicast Routing Protocol that finds a best way to perform the multicast traffic. RBMulticast stores destination list inside the packet header, this destination list provides information on all multicast members to which this packet is targeted .And it stores the traced information or data in the cloud for given period of time. Thus, the multicast tree is not required for this process and therefore no tree state stored at the intermediate nodes.
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- Priya. RAssistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry
- Chitradevi.TB. Tech, Department of Computer Science, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry
- Vishnupriya.SB. Tech, Department of Computer Science, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry
- Swathika.RB. Tech, Department of Computer Science, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Engineering College, Puducherry
. Rajashekhar Biradar, Sunilkumar Manvi, Mylara Reddy, “Link stability based multicast routing scheme in MANET”, Computer Networks 54 (2010). . Ahmed, S, KanereSS.SKV “scalable knowledge- based routing architecture for public transport networks.” In: Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on vehicularadhocnetworks; 2006.p.92–3. . Euisin Lee, Eun-Kyu Lee, Soon Y. Oh, and Mario Gerla, “vehicular cloud networking: architecture anddesign principles,” University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095. . Janech, J. Lieskovsky, A. ; Krsak, E., “Comparation of Strategies for Data Replication in VANET Environment”, Computer Communications 30 (2010) 2225–2235. . Rong Chai, Bin Yang ; Lifan Li ; Xiao Sun, “Clustering-based data transmission algorithms for VANET,” in Proc. IEEE WiOpt, Limassol, Cyprus, Apr. 20013,pp. 1–9. . Wanting Zhu, Qing Zhang ; Fong, A.C.M., “Performance Analysis of a Hierarchical Structured VANET,” Intel Technol. J., vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 157–165, May 2013. . Hussain, J. Son, H. Eun, S. Kimand H. “Rethinking Vehicular Communications: MergingVANET with Cloud Computing”, Oh Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hanyang University ERICA Campus, South Korea.2012 IEEE 4th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science. . Pratyay Kuila, “Energy efficient clustering and routing algorithm for wireless sensor networks: Particles warm optimization approach,” Comput. Netw. vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 299–324, Oct. 2010. . Liren Zhang n, Abderrahmane Lakas,HeshamEl- Sayed, Ezedin Barka, “Mobility analysis in vehicular ad hoc network (VANET),” in Proc. Asian–Eur. Workshop Inf. Theory, Breisach, Germany, Jun. 2013 pp. 90–93. . Ashwini Abhale, Sumit Khandelwal, Uma Nagaraj, “Shifting VANET to Cloud – Survey”,International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering.Volume 3, Issue 11, received November 2013
Priya. R, Chitradevi.T, Vishnupriya.S, Swathika.R "VCN: Vehicular Cloud Network Using RBMR Protocol for Efficient Link Stability to Improve the Throughput" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.67-71 2017
Voice Controlled Wheel chair is a mobile wheel chair whose motions can be controlled by the user by giving specific voice commands. The speech recognition software running on a PC is capable of identifying the 5 voice commands ‘Run’, ‘Stop’, ‘Left’, ’Right’ and ‘Back’ issued by a particular User. This system controls the wheel chair as well as read the parameters of patient.
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- Riya RaviDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Calicut University\ Nirmala College of Engineering, Kerala
- Berly PaulDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Calicut University\ Nirmala College of Engineering, Kerala
- Sirin K.LDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Calicut University\ Nirmala College of Engineering, Kerala
- Varun KumarDepartment of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Calicut University\ Nirmala College of Engineering, Kerala
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Riya Ravi, Berly Paul, Sirin K.L, Varun Kumar "Smart Voice Controlled Wheelchair" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.72-74 2017
The present study was carried out to assess the water quality of River Hemavathi using Water Quality Index. Water quality index (WQI) is a unique technique to depict the overall water quality status in a single term. The various water quality parameters like calcium and magnesium ions, pH, alkalinity, Total Dissolved Solids, Electrical Conductivity, hardness are studied to calculate the WQI for Hemavathi river water which were collected near a village Gubbi at two different points. Sample S1 was collected from the populated area of the village and Sample S2 was collected from one km upstream. The sums of these are substituted in the formula and the WQI is obtained. This made authors to study its Water Quality Index (WQI) of Hemavathi river water with an objective to assess the quality of water for drinking and demostic purposes.
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- M. MamathaAssistant Professor, Department of Physics, Govt First Grade College, Gubbi, Tumkur District, Karnataka, India
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M. Mamatha "Water Quality Index of Hemavathi River Water, Tumkur, Karnataka, India" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.6 issue 2, pp.75-78 2017