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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Enhancing the QoS and security of database system using Particle Swarm Optimization
Country : India
Authors : Er. Arun Kumar || Er. Roop Lal || Dr. Gurpreet Singh
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Abstract: Both network security and quality of service (QoS) consume computational resource of IT system and thus may evidently affect the application services. Database systems are widely used in today's computer system, which are adopted for storing and accessing data in various application services. It is important to model the mutual influence between network security and QoS, which can be concurrently optimized in order to provide a better performance under the available computational resource. This paper represents the particle swarm optimization which enhances is designed to get the optimization performance. These obtained security policies not only meet the security requirement of the user, but also provide the global optimum solution easily and has good convergence speed.

Keywords: Database System, QOS, Network Security, Particle Swarm Optimization.

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[3]. Alomari, Firas B., and Daniel A. Menascé. "Self-protecting and self-optimizing database systems: Implementation and experimental evaluation." Proceedings of the 2013 ACM Cloud and Autonomic Computing Conference. ACM, 2013.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Secure Distributed Big Data Storage Using Cloud Computing
Country : India
Authors : Sana Khan || Ekta Ukey
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Abstract: The cloud is increasingly being used to store and process the big data. Many researchers have been trying to protect big data in cloud computing environment. Traditional security mechanisms using encryption are neither efficient nor suited to the task of protecting big data in the Cloud. first discuss about challenges and potential solutions for protecting big data in cloud computing. Second, 'Secure distributed big data storage in cloud computing' Architecture for protecting Big Data in Cloud Computing Environment. Model ensures efficient processing of big data in cloud computing..............

[1]. Gunasekaran Manogaran, Chandu Thota. MetaCloudDataStorage Architecture for Big Data Security in Cloud Computing. Procedia Computer Science 87 (2016).
[2]. Awodele, Izang A.A. Big Data and Cloud Computing Issues. International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 133 – No.12, January 2016.
[3]. Yibin Li , Keke Gai. Intelligent cryptography approach for secure distributed big data storage in cloud computing. Software School, Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan, 475000, China.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Framework for Machine Learning based Multi Agent System
Country : India
Authors : Archana Mangal || Iti Mathur
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Abstract: Applications which can facilitate decision making are gaining importance. They can be found in domains like process control, air traffic control, inventory management, airline reservation etc. Developing applications for these domains have several flaws. First, they do not achieve the desired goal. Second, even if they do, their implementation and maintenance is very costly. Agent oriented system offers a qualitative change in this position. An agent learns from its environment, manipulates itself and coordinates with other agents in the system. Researchers have designed many agents but they were unable to solve complex dynamic applications of this kind. It is still an open problem for the researchers to let the agent learn and adapt as per requirements. In this paper, we addressed this issue. We have focused on design and development of multi agent system (MAS) which can reason and learn for environment. We have chosen Airline reservation as our case study.

Keywords: Multi agent System, Machine learning, Decision tree, Support vector machine, Multi layer perceptron, Radial basis function.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Secure Fair Rendez- Vous Point technique for minimizing meeting location on mobile device
Country : India
Authors : Mekala.Anuradha || Atchala.Sudhakar
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Abstract: present days people of urban and rural are using smart phones and mobile devices intensively. In Particular urban population depends on the applications and gadgets which are provided by the mobile devices and Smart phones to plan their daily life. The applications which are built on these devices mainly depend on the current or preferred locations of the user to provide the services they wish, which may cause damage to the privacy of mobile device users. In general no user wish to reveal their present location or the location they wish to go. We proposed pp algorithms which will provide an optimal location for group of users.

Keywords: Mobile devices, applications, privacy preserving.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Convergent Encryption Using Deduplication on Hybrid Cloud
Country : India
Authors : Pusukuri Lakshmi Prasanna || Lella Kranthi Kumar
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Abstract: This paper represents that, an important data compression technique is data deduplication. In this technique repeating data of duplicate copies are eliminated. To support deduplication we protect confidentiality of sensitive data. For encrypt the data we have been proposed convergent encryption technique. For better protection of data security, identify the problem of authorized data deduplication in first attempt. There have different traditional deduplication systems, from those systems different privileges of users are further considered in duplicate check besides the data itself.............

Keywords: Deduplication, confidentiality, hybrid cloud, authorized duplicate check.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Emotion Detection from Text: Survey
Country : Egypt
Authors : Salma Elgayar || Abdel ElAziz A.Abdelhamid || Zaki T.A. Fayed
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Abstract: This paper discusses some relevant work of emotion detection from text which is a main field in affecting computing and artificial intelligence field. Artificial intelligence is not only the ability for a machine to think or interact with end user smartly but also to act humanly or rationally so emotion detection from text plays a key role in human-computer interaction. It has attracted the attention of many researchers due to the great revolution of emotional data available on social and web applications of computers and much more in mobile devices. This survey mainly collects history of unsupervised emotion detection from text.

Keywords: Emotion detection, Affecting computing, Machine learning, Human-computer interaction, text classification, Natural language

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Markov Model and Data Mining Approach for PCB Component Defect
Country : India
Authors : Vaddin Prathiba || Dr. M Nagendra
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Abstract: Currently the various electronic components which are manufactured use surface mount technology (SMT). This technology is a higher end assembly technique which produces printed circuit boards with very tiny electronic components. Due to the device area issues, the demand of PCBs is increasing. In order to cater this issue, high-volume production is demanded. Key challenge with PCB manufacturers is to maintain the quality of PCB with zero defects and assured quality. But due to the changing technologies in PCB fabrication, component placements and soldering of surface mount technology, defects are increasing in terms of the number and the type of defect. Various approaches have been proposed................

Keywords: PCB Defect Detection, Image Processing, Feature Distribution, data mining

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Improved Multi-objective Ant Colony based Query Optimization Technique
Country : India
Authors : Daljinder Dugg || Er.Mandeep Singh || Dr.Gurpreet Singh
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Abstract: Query optimization is a stimulating task of any database system. The results of Entropy Based Restricted Stochastic Query Optimizer (ERSQO) are compared with the results of Exhaustive Enumeration Query Optimizer (EAQO), Simple Genetic Query Optimizer (SGQO), Novel Genetic Query Optimizer (NGQO) and Restricted Stochastic Query Optimizer (RSQO). In terms of Total Costs, EAQO outperforms SGQO, NGQO, RSQO and ERSQO. However, stochastic approaches dominate in terms of runtime.To overcome the issues associated with the existing techniques, a new multi-objective ant colony based query optimization technique is proposed. The effect of query cost and communication overheads will also be considered.The use of ant colony optimization can find optimistic query in order to reduce the query cost.

Keywords: Query optimization,Ant colony based otimization,DSS query optimizer.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS): MATLAB Simulation of Breast Cancer Experimental Data
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Ejiofor C. I || Okengwu U.A
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Abstract: The accurate prediction of breast cancer has been an area of interest due to the complexities associated with experimental data for breast cancer. This paper has decided to explore the Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference system (ANFIS) using Matrix Laboratory (MATLAB) for the simulation of Winconsin breast cancer experimental data. Twenty (20) Winconsin breast cancer dataset was used for the simulation, comprising of nine (09) attributes with diagnosing values identifying Malignant or Benign. MATLAB ANFIS simulation captured the fundamental editors inclusive of training, testing and ANFIS structure............

Keywords: ANFIS, Breast Cancer, Simulation, Experimental data (dataset)

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Image feature Extraction System of CBIR using neural network
Country : India
Authors : Ankita Doiphode || Sunil Yadav
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Abstract: In Past, for our ancestors 'Imaging' is a medium through which they can expressed us some information about their life. But, as the beginning of twenty century imaging has grown rapidly in all our walks of life. Henceforth Due to digitization Volume of digital data has increases tremendously. CBIR (Content based image retrieval) is a significantly popular approach which help in retrieval of image data from large collection of storage. In this paper, we represent general-purpose CBIR system that establishes efficient combination of color, texture and shape features. In CBIR, First, The color feature of an image considered here are RGB to HSV as color descriptor, Second we used GLCM.............

Keywords: Feature extraction, neural network, training, testing, CBIR.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Reusability Metrics in Object Oriented Applications
Country : India
Authors : Dr T.N.Sharma || Mannam Chandrasekhar
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Abstract: Reusability is one of the major advantages of using object oriented paradigm in software development. The goals of software metrics are to identify and control essential parameters that affect the parameters related to software development. A lots of metrics are defined which are related to reusability of object oriented applications. These metrics are related to various aspects like inheritance, number of members of class etc. Calculation of these metrices are equally important. This paper has taken example of a few projects for calculation of some of the metrices which we use for reusability of object oriented applications

Keywords: Reusability, metrices, Object-Oriented applications, Coupling, Cohesion, Inheritance.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Extracting Topical Relation between Opinion Target and Opinion Word using Modified Naïve Bayes Approach
Country : India
Authors : Prajkta Akre || Harshali Patil || Mohammad Atique
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Abstract: Opinion mining involves building a system to collect reviews from online social sites and categorize opinions about a product, service. In opinion mining, finding opinion targets and opinion words from online reviews are important tasks. Key component of opinion mining involves detecting opinion relations among words. The primary purpose of this project is to make these extraction processes more effective. Additional types of relation between words, such as "Topical Relations" are considered. Topical relation denotes how well a retrieved document or set of documents meets the information given by the user............

Keywords: Modified naïve bayes, Opinion mining, Opinion Target, Opinion word, Topical relation.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Digital Divide in brief
Country : India
Authors : Sova Pal Bera
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Abstract: The information and communications technology (ICT) has brought vast benefits to mankind to the rich as well as the poor. The world has been changing rapidly with the help of ICT. On the other hand ICT has faced serious problem of digital divide between developed and developing countries. There is a growing discrepancy between those who have access to information and those who do not. The second groups are the majority and most of them live in rural areas of developing countries. There is a gap into those who are able to take advantage of new ICT opportunities and those who are not. So, digital divide affects many nations of the developing world. This paper discusses digital divide in Indian scenario and different aspects of it. Here it is also discussed about the causes and efforts to bridge the digital divide and also the role of libraries and information centers.

Keywords: Digital Divide, Information Communication Technology (ICT)

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