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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Application of Big Data in Intelligent Traffic System
Country : China
Authors : Gang Zeng

Abstract: With the rapid developmentof society, transportation industryis also facing unprecedented challenges, if big data is used in this area, the advantage is obvious, it can resolve the questions of traditional traffic management system, in this article we propose an architecture of intelligent transportation system on big data platform, then we disuse the key technology in ITS:calculation of bayonet traffic flow, calculation of average speed of a road, querying the travel path of a vehicle, checking and controlling the fake vehicles. keywords: big data; Intelligent traffic system; application

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[3]. Jin Peng Tang, Ling Lin Li. Big Data Sensing Information Processing Platform for Intelligent Traffic. Applied Mechanics and Materials.2014,667:324-327
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[5]. Krzysztof Walkowiak,MichałWoźniak,MirosławKlinkowski,WojciechKmiecik. Optical networks for cost-efficient and scalable provisioning of big data traffic. International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems.2015,30(1):15-28.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Emotional Intelligence in a machine
Country : India
Authors : Indrajit Sinha || Dr. Kanhaiya Lal

Abstract: This paper is an extended work of our paper "A New Concept on Thinking Machines: Cyber Personality" published in IJCS journal. Our previous work dealt with a new concept on implementing the entire personality in a machine. In this paper we have provided an implementation of introducing emotional intelligence inside a computer by providing a pseudo-code along with a partial implementation of the same. Suitable results have been included to prove our work.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Personality, Emotional Intelligence, Psychology and Turing Machine.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Correlation Coefficient Based Average Textual Similarity Model for Information Retrieval System in Wide Area Networks
Country : India
Authors : Jaswinder Singh || Parvinder Singh || Yogesh Chaba

Abstract: In wide area networks, retrieving the relevant text is a challenging task for information retrieval because most of the information requests are text based. The focus of paper is on the similarity measurement, performance evaluation and design of information retrieval techniques using the four similarity functions i.e. Jaccard, Cosine, Dice and Overlap. The performance evaluation of these similarity functions has been done for the similarity between the documents retrieved by the search engine for the entered text using the vector space model. The correlation coefficient was applied for evaluating the performance of similarity functions. All the possible combination of similarity functions have been explored and textual similarity model has been proposed for the information retrieval system in wide area networks.

Keywords: Information Retrieval System, Similarity Functions, Proposed Model of textual similarity, Wide Area Networks.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Visual Representations in High School Edublogs
Country : India
Authors : Suneet Madan || Ila Joshi

Abstract: Visuals speak a language of their own. In fact, they can have more impact than words. When prepared intuitively, they have the power to overcome regional barriers, in terms of comprehensibility of verbal language. Easily available at an affordable cost, smart phones with high megapixel cameras have made everyone turn into a photographer. In contrast with the difficulties faced in the analog world, today it is way easier to click, confirm and document experiments or to click photographs to support the topics being blogged about. Besides, the intuitive interfaces of graphic and video editing softwares allow even amateurs to be able to do the basic editing. Social media is saturated with photographs, videos and graphics. However, blogging for educational purposes is yet to take benefit of this. A survey was conducted to find the preference of educational bloggers from the high school environment, which included the students, teachers, and other educational stakeholders, in terms of using verbal or visual content for writing their blogs. Edubloggers preferred to make their blogs unique and interesting through verbal content than by using graphics or photographs. The edublogs by students exhibited much more creativity and experimentation with color as compared to the edublogs of senior bloggers.

Keywords: Visual Communication, Visual Representation, Edublogs, High School Blogs, Contemporary Educational Environment

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Review Paper on Cross Platform Mobile Application Development IDE
Country : India
Authors : Chaitanya Kaul || Saurav Verma

Abstract: Cross Platform Mobile Application Development is the development of mobile based applications so that the development of these types of applications can be made platform-independent. A review has been made in this field while considering Integrated Development Environment is being proposed which will help a software developer to code an application in a single code base and deploy that single code base to multiple operating systems meaning if a developer codes in Java for Android, the developer can deploy the same Java code to iOS[6] subsystem. First the development of a operating system compatibility architecture which helped to run unmodified iOS binaries on Android operating system and second phase of proposed solution helped to understands the cross-platform application development tools which are currently available in the market. The third step is to understand such cross-platform development tools in more detail and finally a mathematical model based application.

Keywords: Cross-Platform Mobile application development, IDE, Android development, iOS development, Cross-Platform.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of English-Text to Marathi-Speech (ETMS) Synthesizer
Country : India
Authors : Sunil S. Nimbhore || Ghanshyam D. Ramteke || Rakesh J. Ramteke

Abstract: This paper describes the Implementation of Natural Sounding Speech Synthesizer for Marathi Language using English Script. The natural synthesizer is developed using unit selection on the basis of concatenative synthesis approach. The purpose of this synthesizer is to produce natural sound in Marathi language by computer. The natural Marathi words and sentences have been acquired by 'Marathi Wordnet' because all Marathi linguists are referred Wordnet. In this system, around 28,580 syllables, natural words and sentences were used. These natural syllables have been spoken by one female speaker. The voice signals were recorded through standard Sennheiser HD449 Wired Headphone using PRAAT tool with sampling frequency of 22 KHz. The ETMS-system was tested and generated the natural output as well as waveform. The formant frequencies (F1, F2 and F3) were also determined by MATLAB and PRAAT tools. The formant frequencies results are to be found satisfactory.

Keywords: Formant Frequency, Natural Synthesizer, Concatenative, LPC, Speech Corpus

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Wireless Sensor Grids Energy Efficiency Enrichment Using Quorum Techniques
Country : India
Authors : Manas Srivastava || C.Jawahar Sandeep

Abstract: Wireless sensor networks are mainly considered for atmosphere reconnaissance, wherein wireless sensor nodes collaborate to get their work done. Generally, wireless sensors are battery powered; therefore, it is crucial for them to efficiently use their battery resources. Most of the existing power-saving protocols achieve power savings by periodically putting sensor nodes to sleep. Such a regular sleep/awake mechanism fails to adjust a sensor node's snooze period based on its traffic congestion, thus causing either inferior power efficacy or higher latency. Furthermore, sensors may be positioned in antagonistic atmospheres and may thus surprisingly fail. Most power-saving protocols do not promptly react to such link breakage, resulting in long transmission delays. This paper, proposes a quorum-based medium access control (QMAC) protocol that enables sensor nodes to snooze longer under light loads. As the flow is towards the sink node i.e., the next-hop group, is also proposed to reduce transmission latency. Results authenticate that the planned QMAC hoards more energy and keeps the communication potential low.

Keywords: QMAC, Quorums, Latency

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Mining Of Big Data Using Map-Reduce Theorem
Country : India
Authors : Manas Srivastava || C.Sabarinathan || Rishi Sankineni || Manoj TM

Abstract: Big Data can be defined as the large data that has a continuous evolving property and is quite complex in nature, problems related to Big Data can't be solved using normal processing algorithms and techniques. This paper presents a Map Reduce theorem for efficient extraction of large and complex data. This application can be used in large volume of data storage system. In this all the modules are totally dependent on the graph methodology that satisfies the processing model, storage systems are directly connected to the cloud platform and thus all the queries passed will be answered in the server engine. MP libraries are written in many programming languages and thus it supports portability. In all the current data driven approaches we are thus been using the original dimensional data stream that can thus propose up a work structure for participating in the current neutral data streams order and process for taking in the normal data from the servers that has to be extracted . Thus, using MP Libraries it can thus provide a higher and more reliable approach of taking up the data in the current form of usual transmission that are thus more implied to higher data streams.

Keywords: Map Reduce, HDFS, Big Query, HACE, Autonomous, Apache Tomcat

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Location Dependent Cryptographic Approach Based on Target Coordinate & Distance Tolerant Key transfer for GPS mobile Receiver
Country : India
Authors : Sourish Mitra || Avijit Chakraborty || Arunabha Bhaumik || Joy Dewanjee || Mainak Maulik

Abstract: Independent location based cryptography technique ensures that after transferring encrypted data from sending end ,decryption can takes place at anywhere from receiving point of view. But according to demand of mobile users if we want to ensures more security at the time of data transfer in mobile communication we need location dependency .It means ,when we encrypt a particular data packet at sending end and after transmitting that data to the receiver ,the receiver can be able to decrypt that packet only from a particular location (not from anywhere) specified by the sender by transferring location based coordinate target .In our proposed location based data encryption-decryption approach a target latitude/longitude coordinate is incorporated with a random key for data encryption. The receiver can only decrypt the cipher text when the coordinate acquired from GPS receiver is matched with target coordinate .The location of a receiver is difficult to exactly match with target coordinate .So we proposed a parameter distance tolerant(DT) in our proposed approach to increase its practicality. The security analysis shows that to probability to break our proposed algorithm is almost impossible since the length of the random key is adjustable.

Keywords: Location dependency, latitude/longitude, GPS, Distance tolerant, Target coordinates.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Face Image Restoration based on sample patterns using MLP Neural Network
Country : Iran
Authors : Mahdi Nadiri Andabili || Kaveh Kangarloo || Fardad Farokhi

Abstract:In this paper, a sample based face image restoration method using MLP neural networks is presented. First, an HR (High Restoration) image is changed to a number of LR (Low Resolution) images by the observation model. Then, using a set of patches extracted from HR & LR images the MLP network is trained. After the training, a model is created which can be used for restoration. The proposed algorithm has been applied on ORL database. The sensitivity of algorithm to geometry changes and noise level was studied. The results reveal that the proposed method had better results of statistical criteria and visual evidences respect to some other methods.
Keywords: Face, MLP Neural Network, Observation- Model, Image Restoration

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Analysis of Pattern Transformation Algorithms for Sensitive Knowledge Protection in Data Mining
Country : India
Authors : Cynthia Selvi.P || Mohamed Shanavas.A.R

Abstract: Privacy Preserving Data Mining(PPDM) is an emerging research area. Its objective is to extend the traditional data mining techniques to work with transformed data while protecting confidential information with minimized loss of privacy and information. In other words PPDM techniques aimed at modifying the original data while still being able to recover the data mining results from the modified data. This article analyses the existing PPDM techniques and presents the analysis of the proposed algorithms in the research work.

Keywords: Cover, privacy preservation, restrictive patterns, sanitization, sensitive transactions, victim transactions

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