IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

International Conference on Advances in Engineering & Technology – 2014 (ICAET-2014)

Volume 5

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Challenges of Software Development Team in Agile Development
Country : India
Authors : Syed Rehan, Manish Assudani, Ritesh Shrivastav, Swapnil Deshmukh

Abstract:There is a common perception that, while there may be some "teething‟ problems experienced during the initial transition to agile, people are much happier, engaged and ultimately more productive in these environments. This study shows that this belief may not always hold true, identifying many serious "people‟ challenges experienced by large multinational organisations, all using agile for years. The cases provide an interesting insight in that they involve instances where agile was implemented in a top-down manner across the organisations or at least across business units. This is in contrast to most accounts of agile which involve voluntary, bottom up adoption on small co-located teams developing systems deemed to be suitable for agile development. The people issues uncovered include a broad range of problems from recruitment of agile staff, to training, motivation and performance evaluation among others. The paper will conclude with a set of actionable recommendations as to how organisations can overcome these challenges, based on the better practices uncovered in the cases studied.

Keywords: agile, adoption, methodologies, people factors, Whiteboards

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Robotic Walking Aid for Visually Impaired
Country : India
Authors : Nikhil Mahalingam, Veera S. Kumar

Abstract: In this fast developing world, it is hard for the people to help the physically challenged people in all aspects, since those people are totally dependent on others for their routine activities including their basic requirements. This project aims to provide a solution for the above problem by using the modern technology by developing a robot to assist the visually impaired people to fulfill their basic needs. This novel device helps visually impaired people to walk safely and quickly among obstacles and other hazards. The robotic model consists of compatible sensors for detecting the obstacles within the specified range and sends input as digital signals to microcontroller board which then calculates the distance of the obstacle and guides the user. The user feels the steering command as a very noticeable physical force through the handle and he/she is able to follow the system's path easily without any conscious effort. The proposed device overcomes the fundamental shortcomings of conventional electronic walking aids for the visually impaired people that relieves the user from making complex decisions. This device boosts the visually impaired people morally.

Keywords –Arduino processor, Chassis Fabrication, Distance Measurement, Motor Speed Control, Obstacle Detection.

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[2] IwanUlrich ,A Computerized Travel Aid for the Active Guidance of Blind Pedestrians.

[3] ShragaShoval,Iwan Ulrich, Johann Borenstein, Robotics-Based Obstacle-Avoidance Systems for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Real Time Data Communication over Full Duplex Network Using Websocket
Country : India
Authors : Shruti M. Rakhunde

Abstract: Internet offers the convenient way of transmitting the information between peers. There is an increased demand of real time data feeds, group communication and teleconferencing which requires a full duplex connection between client and server. But when the real time data transmission is concerned the latency becomes a major issue. The Web Socket offers the better solution as compared to the conventional methods that are considered to be the good solution or delivering real time information. Different methods that have been used over years are HTTP Polling, HTTP Long Polling, Comet etc., but the Web Socket protocol reduces Internet communication overhead and provides efficient, stateful communication between Web Servers and Clients. This paper gives a detailed discussion of various problems of the conventional methods used in real time data transmission and benefits offered by WebSocket with respect to real time data transmission.

Keywords - Http Polling, Http Long Polling, WebSocket, HTML5

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[2]Bo Mao, Zhiang Wu, Jie Cao, A framework for online spatio-temporal data visualization based on HTML5, International Archieves of the Photography, remote Sensing and spatial information Science, Volume XXXIX-B2, 2012,123-127

[3]Andrew Wessels, Mike Purvis, Jahrian Jacksopn, Syed Rahman, Remote data visualization through WebSockets, Information Technology, New Generations (ITNG),8th International Conference, 2011,1050-1051

[4]Yan Zhangling,. Dai Mao, A real-time group communication architecture based on Websocket,, International Journal of Computer Engineering Vol. 1.No. 4. Nov 2012

[5] Charles Marion, Julien Jomier, Real-time collaborative scientific webgl visualization with websocket, Web3D'12 Proc. Of 17th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 2012, 47-50

[6]Vinaitheerthan Sundaram,Lan Zhao, Carol X. Song, Bedrich Benes, Rakesh Veeramacheneni, peter Kristof, Real-time data delivery and remote visualization through multi-layer interfaces, proc. of Grid Computing Environments Workshop, 2008. GCE '08, Nov 2008, 1-10.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Strong password generator scheme Using image fusion
Country : India
Authors : Miss. Snehal A. Mahajan, M

Abstract: Password strength is a measure of the effectiveness of a password in resisting guessing and brute-force attacks. The strength of a password is a function of length, complexity, and unpredictability. Using strong Passwords lowers overall risk of a security breach, but strong passwords do not replace the Need for other effective security controls. So, two or more images are used for this password. We perform Image Fusion Algorithm that combines all selected images into a single Image. Significance of image fusion algorithm is only to avoid the dependency of generated password on single image. Image fusion modifies input image pixels & at the result end, we find two images are mixed up. Once the images are fused, we will apply two shares Visual Cryptography that Encrypt the image & converts it into unreadable format. In proposed work; we will try to Mix up all the generated sections with permutations so that every time & in every round an Unique Password will generate. Once the password is generated we pass this password from strong password definition filter if it pass through it than we will use it for the Authentications else we forward it to proposed password generator algorithm again. This paper gives an idea about password generation by using image fusion technique.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Secure Method of Updating Digital Notice Board Through Sms With Pc Monitoring System
Country : India
Authors : Mayur R. Bhoyar, Suraj Chavhan,Vaidehi Jaiswal

Abstract: This is the model for displaying notices in colleges on digital notice board by sending messages in form of SMS through mobile; it is a wireless transmission system which has very less errors and maintenance. The hardware board contains microcontroller AT89c52 at the heart of the system. The microcontroller is interfaced with GSM Modem via MAX232 level convertor. It is used to convert RS232 voltage levels to TTL voltage levels and vice versa. The hardware also has a 64K EEPROM chip AT24C64. This EEPROM is used to store the timings and messages to be displayed. Hardware also contains a real time clock DS1307 to maintain track of time. A 16x2 Character LCD display is attached to microcontroller for display. Microcontroller coding will be done using Embedded C and Kiel. PC Coding will be done using Visual Basic. Multiple Users are authorized to update notices on the digital notice board by providing them password. We can use a PC with an administrator for monitoring the system.

Keyword: Microcontroller 89c52, GSM Modem and MAX232 level converter, Embedded C, Keil.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Survey on AROSD Protocol
Country : India
Authors : Syeda Kaneez Khatoon, Nusrat Anju

Abstract: A distributed adaptive opportunistic routing scheme for multi-hop wireless ad-hoc networks is proposed. The proposed scheme utilizes a reinforcement learning framework to opportunistically route the packets even in the absence of reliable knowledge about channel statistics and network model. This scheme is shown to be optimal with respect to an expected average per packet reward criterion. The proposed routing scheme jointly addresses the issues of learning and routing in an opportunistic context, where the network structure is characterized by the transmission success probabilities. In particular, this learning framework leads to a stochastic routing scheme which optimally "explores" and "exploits" the opportunities in the network.

Keywords - Ad-hoc Network, Adaptive Routing, Nodes, Unstable Routing.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Security Aspects of Multi-Cloud Computing In Modern Computing Environment
Country : India
Authors : Swapnila Mirajkar, Santoshkumar Biradar

Abstract: Cloud computing has been equated to the early proliferation of electricity. Businesses and towns began connecting into a greater power grid, supported and controlled by power utilities. There came time and cost savings, along with this utility connection in addition to greater access, and more reliable availability of power. Similarly, cloud computing represents a significant opportunity for service providers and enterprises. Relying on cloud computing, enterprises can achieve cost savings, flexibility, and choice for computing resources. A movement towards "multi-clouds", or in other words, "interclouds" or "cloud-of-clouds" is becoming popular now days. This paper focus the aspects related to security of single to multiple clouds

Keywords:Cloud Architecture, Cloud Security,Multi Clouds,Security Challenge.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Managing the Threat of Denial of Service Attacks in MANETs
Country : India
Authors : Prof. Deepali O. Bhende

Abstract: A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is an independent and self-configurable network without any fixed infrastructure. Compared to traditional network, MANETs have unique characteristics such as wireless shared radio medium, limited communication range, highly dynamic topology, power constraints and lack of trusted centralized authority. In addition to ensuring confidentiality and fidelity of acquired data, there is a demand for smooth transmission of information throughout the network. This requires unscathed service and continuous availability of network resources for the full duration of the network's operation. In contrast to this crucial objective of MANET management, a Denial of Service (DoS) attack targets to jeopardize the efficient use of network resources and disrupts the essential services in the network. Because of the wide range of methods used for creating a denial of service situation in the network, DoS attack could be considered as one of the major threats against MANET security. This paper aims to classify DOS attacks on MANETs, which are primarily performed on network and lower layers. Counter measuring techniques of these DOS attacks are also presented.

Keywords – MANET attack, DoS attack.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Comparative Cost Analysis of TEXT (Template Extraction) Based On Clustering and Entropy Model
Country : India
Authors : Ashish Pabitwar, Santosh Biradar, Swapnila Mirajkar

Abstract: To achieve high productivity in publishing the web pages are automatically methods such as clustering and classification and badly impact the performance and re-sources of tools that processes the web pages. Thus, the template detection techniques have received a lot of attention to improve the performance of search engines, clustering and classification of web documents. Here, project is presenting the approach to detect and extract the templates from heterogeneous web documents and cluster them into different group. The pages belong to each group should possess the same structure evaluated using common templates with contents. The templates are considered harmful because they compromise the relevance judgment of many web information retrieval and web mining.

Keywords: Clustering, Minhash, Minimum Description Length Principle, Template Extraction.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Hand Gesture Recognition Approach towards Shoulder Wearable Computing
Country : India
Authors : Humera Syed, M. S. Khatib

Abstract: Human Computer Interaction needs computer systems and sensing devices. HCI has the limitation of front face interaction with system camera. Since it is not possible to carry out the complete computer system and display system everywhere, therefore there is need of designing and implementing shoulder wearable HCI device. The proposed system can detect hand gestures through short ranged camera. Display of the output will be through mini projection system. Using mini projector we can plot the output almost on any platform. Objectives like visual paint brush application for drawing purpose can be achieved due to which user get more flexibility to draw than a mouse control. This application consists of color selector, brush width, etc. Another objective which can be achieved is developing a call dialing application using GSM modem and GUI application to interact. This application consists of a GSM modem connected to the main processing system and the use of earphone and mike for calling purpose. For achieving these two objectives, two modules, skin detection module and edge detection module is developed initially which contributes to the interactive environment. Keywords -Wearable Computing, Human Computer Interaction, Hand Gesture Recognition, Skin Detection, Edge Detection.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Importance of Iris Recognition against Technology Failure
Country : India
Authors : N. PRASANTH

Abstract: It is undeniable that among the science and technology the role and importance of iris recognition is most reliable and accurate biometric recognition process. Iris recognition captures the iris region in the particular portion of an eye. The capture of the iris pattern should be done accurately. In this paper I explained about the importance of iris recognition in Indian Armed Weapons specially used in artillery guns of Indian army against technology. The iris coded of artillery soldiers are encoded with biometric devices is attached to the artillery weapons. It seems that the artillery gun will be triggered only when the iris pattern is matched with iris codes. By applying this biometric methodology we can protect Indian Armed Weapons in highly secure manner and also Indian Armed Weapons are utilize only by Indian soldiers. Therefore choosing the iris recognition is highly efficient and secure level of Future Warfare.

Keyword: Artillery, Biometrics,Computation, Iris Recognition,Image Processing.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Everything Can Be Hacked
Country : India
Authors : Saquib Shakil Ahmed

Abstract: The devices in modern world are no longer safer to use in day to day life. As the technology is enhancing rapidly, this comes with a price i.e. risks of getting hacked and the vulnerabilities in those devices can be easily found. This paper will concentrate on demonstrating the attacks on real world devices which people in society generally don't know. These devices are automobiles and medical implanted devices. All of these devices possess networking capabilities therefore they are bound to have a buzz because devices in a network can be accessed by a hacker by applying network hacking techniques. This paper will show snapshots of live attacks on automobiles with software interfaces. The paper would try to show the sensitivities and consequences of the attacks on these devices like medical devices and automobiles. The attacks could be even life threatening to a person if someone gains illegal access to patient's implanted medical (like pacemaker) device or automobile of a person while he/she is driving.

Keywords: Automobiles, Hacks, Implanted medical devices, Networking capabilities, Vulnerabili

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Review of Multicasting in Network Communication
Country : India
Authors : Ritesh G.Shrivastava, M.S.Khatib, Kamlesh Kelwade

Abstract: Multicasting is fundamental communication paradigm for supporting one to many communications. A better way to transmit data from one source to many destinations is to provide a multicast transport service. With a multicast transport service one node can send data to many destinations' by making just a single call on the transport service. Thus for those applications which involves a single node sending to many recipients, a multicast facility is clearly a more natural programming paradigm than unicast (point to point). Many underlying transmission media provide support for multicast and broadcast at hardware and media access level. When a multicast service is implemented over such a network, there is a huge improvement in performance. If hardware supports multicast, a packet which is destined for N recipients can be sent as just a single packet. IP MULTICAST PROTOCOL (RFC 1112) was adapted by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in March 1992 as a standard protocol for building multicast applications on the internet. Keywords-Communication, Multicast Routing Algorithm, Multicast Protocol.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Deployment of Application and Review of Different Security Mechanism for Cloud
Country : India
Authors : Neha Puri, Prof.R.C.Dharmik

Abstract:Day-by-Day the cloud computing is been used widely in various areas because of its ability to reduce the costs associated with computing along with by increasing the scalability and flexibility for computing services. Cloud computing is a dynamic internet based computing where different services are provided to the user anywhere anytime when demanded. Because of the open environment of the cloud the biggest issue in the cloud computing is security. This paper will explore on efficient way of deployment of the application on the cloud and the review of the different security mechanism available for the cloud with their limitations and the drawbacks along with the some improvement factors in the available security mechanisms. Paper also focused on the literature on the new proposed technique for providing the advance security to the cloud which based on the encryption technique which will provide the very high security to the cloud

Keywords - Cloud Computing, Encryption, Decryption, Cloud Security, Encryption Algorithms

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Comparative Study of Languages & SOA Specific Exception Handling
Country : India
Authors : Vinod S. Patil, Prof. Sulabha V. Patil

Abstract:Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a popular design paradigm to simplify the process of creating and maintaining distributed software systems. Exception handling is one of the powerful means of achieving high dependability and fault-handling in service-oriented architecture. This paper introduces the comparative study of exception handling related to languages & SOA specific results. This result is due to experimental analysis of the SOA-specific exceptions and fault-tolerance of Web Services. It is implemented by use of different development toolkits and also discusses how SOA is used to simplify the process of servicing the various types of software users. Finally, we conclude with the benefits of our fault taxonomy for designing and testing SOA-based systems.

Keywords - Error Handling, Services, SOA, SOAP, WSDL.

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