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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Privacy Security of Multiuser on Multilevel System using XOR
Country : India
Authors : Siji P.Raj
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Abstract: Privacy security of multiuser on multilevel system is considered in this work. On communication there is a chance for the eavesdropper's to secretly listen to the conversation. In order to confuse the eavesdropper's, the transmitter sends information signal to both the receiver and eavesdropper. But the orginal message is send to the receiver and the information signal which looks same as the original message is send to the eavesdropper. The existing system says that if the eavesdropper is of lower quality than the transmitter that is transmitter having higher quality then it is easy for the transmitter to avoid the interface and send the information safely.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Efficient Techniques for Service Oriented Application
Country : India
Authors : Anoop P
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Abstract: A Service-Based application is composed of different services available in a network, which performing the required functions of the architecture. Web services composition is emerging as a technology for the effective automation of business to business co-operation. It allows organizations to form an alliances by connecting their databases, applications and systems to offer ``one stops shops" for their clients. In the business world, SLA binds the legal relationships between customer and service provider. This method is independent of specific programming language or operating systems. Preventing the chances for SLA violations is an important thing in business world to keep quality of services as good

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[4]. B. Wetzstein, P. Leitner, F. Rosenberg, S. Dustdar, and F. Leymann, "Identifying Influential Factors of Business Process Performance Using Dependency Analysis,"Enterprise Information Systems,vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 1-8, July 2010.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Positioning ecotourism destinations in Kisumu County: Cultural Diversity Perspective
Country : Kenya
Authors : David Omondi Achieng, Patrick O. Hayombe, d Stephen G. Agong
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Abstract: Positioning of ecotourism destination is crucial to survival and success of business value chain of the cultural sites as alternative source of livelihood of the local communities in Kisumu County. This paper sought to establish significant factors to consider in branding cultural sites as ecotourism destinations for sustainable livelihood in Kisumu County and its environs. This study was anchored on Place Branding Theory and Social Exchange Theory. The study adopted descriptive embedded case design and cross-sectional survey in the three selected units of analysis methodology with both quantitative and qualitative approaches to source and analyze data. The finding established that positioning of ecotourism destinations will increase visitations in Kisumu County and create business value chain opportunities for sustainable source of livelihood.

Keywords: Positioning, Ecotourism Destinations, Kisumu county, Cultural diversity

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Assessing Water- Based Recreational Activities to Project Beach Ecotourism Potentials in Kisumu County
Country : Kenya
Authors : Okungu Jared Ouma, Patrick O. Hayombe, Stephen G. Agong
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Abstract: This paper presents discussions on observed scenarios that characterize water-based recreational activities with an aim of laying grounds for appreciating relationships that enhance or hamper ecotourism development in Lake Victoria, Kisumu County. The study was premised from an argument that lake water resources demonstrate prospects for activities like swimming, boating, sunbathing, skiing, recreational fishing and visual amenities among others. The study was conducted through observations and confirmatory follow up queries from relevant stakeholders along Lake Victoria from Asat, Ogal, Usoma and Lwangni beaches of Lake Victoria. The main objective was to examine existing trends of water-based activities in relation to ecotourism and envisage potentials of each beach water front for recreation in Kisumu County

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : SSEGR: Secure Single-Copy Energy Efficient Geographical Routing Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks
Country : India
Authors : Lata B T, Raghavendra M, Tejaswi V, Shaila K, Venugopal K R, S S Iyengar, L M Patnaik
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Abstract: Geographical Routing Technique is a new trend in Wireless Sensor Networks in which the sensor nodes are enabled using Global Positioning Systems (GPS). This helps to easily detect the position of their neighboring nodes. The power consumption is more in the existing routing algorithms, since the nodes build the routing tables and the neighboring node IDs are determined by searching the routing table. In this paper, we have proposed Secure Single-Copy Energy Efficient Geographical Routing (SSEGR) algorithm in which the data traffic and energy consumption is minimized using single copy data transfer.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Data storage security in Cloud
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. Niyamat Ujloomwale, Mrs. Ranjana Badre
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Abstract: Cloud computing is worthy of consideration and try to build business systems as a way for businesses in this way can undoubtly bring about lower costs, higher profits and more choice; for large scale industry, Data security has become the most important issue of cloud computing security. Though many solutions have been proposed, many of them only considers one side of security ;this paper proposes the cloud data security must be considered to analyze the data security risk, the data security requirements, deployment of security functions and the data security process through encryption.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Data Trawling and Security Strategies
Country : India
Authors : Venkata Karthik Gullapalli, Aishwarya Asesh
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Abstract: The amount of data in the world seems increasing and computers make it easy to save the data. Companies offer data storage by providing cloud services and the amount of data being stored in these servers is increasing rapidly. In data mining, the data is stored electronically and the search is automated or at least augmented by computer. As the volume of data increases, inexorably, the proportion of it that people understand decreases alarmingly. This paper presents the data leakage problem arises because the services like Facebook and Google store all your data unencrypted on their servers, making it easy for them, or governments and hackers, to monitor the data.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Privacy Preservation by Using AMDSRRC for Hiding Highly Sensitive Association Rule
Country : India
Authors : Mr. Pravin R. Ponde, Prof. Chetan V. Andhare, Dr. S. M. Jagade (Ph.D)
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Abstract: Researchers are needed for settling on the choice of information mining. In any case a few associations to help with some external counsellor for the procedure of information mining on the grounds that they don't have their consultant. At the time of getting counsel from the outside counsellor it may have to face risks. The loss of business intelligence and client information security and security related issues are emerging. In mining it is the main challenging issue. The owner of the data has some private information or property like association rule contained outsources database. However the mining results integrity can influence gravely if the administration supplier is not reliable. To overcome this problem we are planning to use AMDSRRC. In this paper, we propose a heuristic based algorithm named AMDSRRC (Advanced Modified Decrease Support of R.H.S. item of Rule Clusters) to conceal the exceedingly association rules with different items in consequent (R.H.S) and antecedent (L.H.S).

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Using Daub achy Wavelet for Shot Boundary Detection
Country : Iraq
Authors : Ahmed Tariq, Nada Flail, Amaal Ghazi
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Abstract: SHOT Boundary Detection Is A Fundamental Step In Most Video Processing And Manipulation Applications. With The Wide Spread Of Video Usage Nowadays, The Rise For Automated Video Shot Boundary Detection Becomes An Essential. This Paper Summarises The Mostly Used Shot Boundary Detection Techniques, Then Suggests The Implementation Of Daubachy 4 Wavelet Along With Hsv Color Space In Order To Presents An Automated Shot Boundary Technique.

Keywords: Video Processing, Shot Boundary Detection, Daubechies Wavelet, Hsv

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Modified Leach in Wireless Sensor Network
Country : India
Authors : Nabeela Ansari, Raj Kumar Paul
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Abstract: Wireless sensor network consists of large number of sensor nodes which is used to capture environmental conditions, process and transfer it to base station. These sensor nodes are sensitive to energy consumption and gets exhausted on working. So we need to emphasize on reducing energy dissipation of sensor nodes in order to improve network lifetime. Various routing protocols are developed to enhance network scalability and stability. The cluster based routing is an efficient way of reducing energy dissipation by limiting data transmission from nodes to base station.

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[2]. Nilesh Kumar,Mamta Katiyar "An Energy Efficiency Routing Protocol for Improving Lifetime of Wide Area Wireless Sensor Networks: A Review" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) – Volume 11 Number 2 - May 2014

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Reliable SPIN in Wireless Sensor Network: A Review
Country : India
Authors : Jitender Grover, Mohit Sharma, Shikha
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Abstract: Wireless sensor network (WSN) is becoming famous because of its use in various applications of different areas such as environment, defense, medical, house, media and education. WSN is a structure free network where requirement of application decides the network structure, topology and routing protocols. Data transmission in sensor network is possible with the help of routing protocols. There are multiple routing protocols in WSN which provide efficient data delivery but reliability is still a major constraint of WSN. When data is transmitted from source node to the sink or Base Station (BS), some data packets may lost due to some reason such as failure of node, dead node.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Image De-noising By Decision Based Expanded Window Median Filter Using Multiple Scanning
Country : India
Authors : Reva Sethi, Vishal Kumar Arora
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Abstract: This paper proposes a new filter for noisy imagescorrupted with salt and pepper noise which are caused due to flaws in sensor, transmission. Proposed algorithm (Decision Based Expanded Window Median Filters (DBEWMF) with multiple scanning) works on noisy pixel and noise free pixel left unchanged. Filteruses an expanded window, where processed pixel is a central pixel follows with multiple scanning of same image. Filter Expands the window size (up to 7 x 7), if window contains noisy pixels equal to or more than three forth of total pixels in orderto find more noise free pixels if still window has more noisy pixels than it will place as it is in de-noise image in first and second scanning but in third scanning replacement of processed pixel with mean value of window else window contains less than three forth noisy pixels than processed pixel is replaced using median value of window. The Proposed scheme shows better quantitatively and qualitatively in the image than standard and other algorithm.

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