IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

Second International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering' 2013

Volume 1

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Review on Novel Image Steganography Techniques
Country : India
Authors : Prof.S.V.Kamble ,Prof. B.G.Warvante

Abstract:Steganography is an important area of research in recent years involving a number of application. it is the science of embedding information into the cover images viz. text,video, and images. this article reviews stegnography based on digital image. Concept and priniciple of steganography are illustrated. Different embedding techniques that are LSB, Spatial domain ,DCT, Huffman encoding,DWT embedding method are generalized . then the performance specification of image steganography is disscussed . An image based steganography that combines LSB, DCT, and compression techniques on raw image to enhance the security of the payload.

Keywords-Least significant bit (LSB), Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT), Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT)

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[4]. Piyush Marwaha & Paresh Marwaha,"Visual Cryptographic Steganography in Images", 2010 Second international conference on computing, communication and networking technologies.

[5]. Amitava Nag, Sushanta Biswas,"A Novel Techniques for image steganography based on DWT and Huffman Encoading", IJCSS, Vol(4): Issue (6)

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Semi-Random Multiple Decision Tree Algorithm for mining a Data Streams
Country : India
Authors : Prof. U.S.Dodmise , Dr. S.S. Apte, Prof. S.J.Salunkhe
Abstract: To implement Data mining Software using SRDT model that improves performance in time, space, accuracy and anti-noise capability in comparison with other models like VFDT, VFDTc for classifying data streams. The model we have created is used for classification purpose that gives the accuracy above 90% while classifying the streaming data. Generally, data mining is the process of analyzing data from different perspectives and summarizing it into useful information - information that can be used to increase revenue, cuts costs, or both .This is core a model. We can use this model in various applications like Online Shares Trading, Human Resource Management System, Phone Call Records, Project Management System etc

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Add-on utility to make Google Docs more Secure
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. Shivani S. Kale, Prof. G.A.Patil

Abstract:With the advent of Web 2.0, end users generate and share more and more content. One such service in this context is the collaborative edition of online documents. This service is commonly provided through Cloud Computing as Software as a Service. However, the Cloud paradigm still requires users to place their trust in Cloud providers with regard to privacy. This is the case of Google Docs; a very popular service without privacy support for the documents stored on its servers so here we discuss the issues and proposes the add-on utility to guarantee privacy of shared documents in Google Docs.

Keywords-Authentication, cloud, collaboration, GDocs, Time key

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[2] Tien-Dung Nguyen Dept. of Comput. Eng., Internet Comput. & Security Lab., Suwon, South Korea Eui- Nam Huh"An Efficient key MANAGEMENT FOR SECURE MULTICAST IN SENSOR CLOUD "Computers, Networks, Systems and Industrial Engineering (CNSI), 2011 First ACIS/JNU International Conference on 23-25 May 2011 PP: 3 – 9.

[3] Lilian Adkinson-Orellana1, Daniel A. Rodríguez-Silva1, Felipe Gil-Castiñeira2, Juan C. Burguillo- Rial2. "Privacy for Google Docs: Implementing a Transparent Encryption Layer" www- gti.det.uvigo.es/~darguez/pub/2010_CloudViews_GoogleDocs.

[4] Lilian Adkinson-Orellana, Daniel A. Rodriguez-Silva, Francisco J. "Sharing Secure Documents in the Cloud. A Secure Layer For GoogleDocs" Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services ... www-gti.det.uvigo.es/~darguez/publications1.html.

[5] Gabriele D‟Angelo Fabio Vitali University Bologna Italy, "content cloaking: preserving privacy with Google Docs and other web applications" proceedings of the 2010 ACM symposium on Applied Computing .PP: 826-830, ACM New York.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Automatic Registration through Recursive Thresholding-Based Image Segmentation
Country : India
Authors : Vinod Biradar , Shivarajkumar Hiremath

Abstract: Image registration is the process of overlaying two or more images of the same scene taken at different times, from different viewpoints. It is used in computer vision, medical imaging, automatic target recognition and compiling and analyzing images and data from satellites. Registration is necessary in order to be able to compare or integrate the data obtained from these different measurements. Automatic image registration is still an actual challenge in several fields. Several methodologies have been proposed to tackle this problem, however, two approaches are widely used in this context: edge-based and region-based. In edge-based methods, the local discontinuities are detected first and then connected to form longer, hopefully complete, boundaries. In region-based methods, areas of an image with homogeneous properties are found, which in turn give the boundaries. The two methods are complementary, and one may be preferred to the other for some specific applications like document image analysis. Although several methods for automatic image registration have been proposed in the last few years, it is still far from a broad use in several applications, such as in remote sensing. In this paper, a method for automatic image registration through recursive threshold-based image segmentation is proposed.

Index Terms— Binary image , Image Registration, Image Wrapping, Segmentation

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Evolutionary Algorithm based solution for Register Allocation for Embedded Systems
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. Ujjwala H. Mandekar

Abstract: Mobile operating system consists of different types of embedded system. Generally embedded systems require optimized compilers to produce high quality codes as they have limited general purpose register set. Normally memory or registers can be used to store the results of computation of a program. But accessing a register requires less machine cycles as compared to memory access, but due to limited number, registers have to be utilized very efficiently. The main objective of this paper is to propose an efficient way to hold as many live variables as possible in registers in order to avoid expensive memory accesses. Normally register allocation problem is based on graph colouring problem. An evolutionary algorithm for graph colouring register allocation problem is used for efficient register allocation.

Index Terms: compilers, compiler optimization, register allocation, evolutionary algorithm, embedded systems

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Applications of Green Cloud Computing in Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability
Country : India
Authors : Kalange Pooja R

Abstract: Cloud computing is a highly scalable and cost-effective infrastructure for running HPC, enterprise and Web applications. However, the growing demand of Cloud infrastructure has drastically increased the energy consumption of data centers, which has become a critical issue. Data centers hosting cloud computing applications consume huge amounts of energy, contributing to high operational costs and carbon footprints to the environment. With energy shortages and global climate change leading our concerns these days, the power consumption of data centers has become a key issue. Therefore, we need green cloud computing solutions that can not only save energy, but also reduce operational costs. High energy consumption not only translates to high operational cost, which reduces the profit margin of Cloud providers, but also leads to high carbon emissions which is not environmentally friendly. Hence, energy-efficient solutions are required to minimize the impact of Cloud computing on the environment. In order to design such solutions, deep analysis of Cloud is required with respect to their power efficiency. We need to address various elements of Clouds which contribute to the total energy consumption and how it is addressed in the literature. We also discuss the implication of these solutions for future research directions to enable green Cloud computing. This paper also explains the role of Cloud users in achieving this goal. Keywords: Green cloud, dynamic provisioning, multi-tenancy, Datacenter Efficiency

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Automatic Number Plate Recognition System: Machine Learning Approach
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. J. V. Bagade, MSukanya Kamble, Kushal Pardeshi, Bhushan Punjabi, Rajpratap Singh5

Abstract: In last decade, there has been explosive growth in vehicular sector and the number of vehicles flying on the road in all the parts of the country. For the better management of vehicular traffic, it is necessary to keep track of vehicles on the basis of their number plates. The proposed project suggests an automated way of parking toll collection based on the number plates of the vehicle and the time for which the vehicle is parked in the parking lot. This work deals with the problem from field of artificial intelligence, computer vision (image processing) and neural networks in the construction of an Automatic Number Plate Recognition System (ANPR).This problem includes mathematical principles and algorithms, which ensures a various processes to carry out the steps for the product. The acquisition of the image takes place with any camera with capability of capturing image with good quality. The emphasis of this paper is on the localization of number plate using contours tracing technique along with edge detection and sharpening of edge using Canny's edge detection algorithm. Moreover, we focus on this paper a new algorithm based on artificial neural network (ANN) is used for recognition of number plate characters. This paper makes use of various algorithms in each category from number plate detection to actual recognition of characters which enhances the performance of the system up to the maximum extent possible with less efforts and use of computational resources.

Keywords: Artificial Neural Networks, Canny Edge Detection, Character segmentation, Contours, Image Processing Region of interest (ROI)

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cloud Migration Benefits and Its Challenges Issue
Country : India
Authors : Mr. Shrikant D. Bhopale

Abstract: Cloud computing is one of the emerging fields in the computer world these days. Cloud computing is attracting everyone with its benefits. Now companies are shifting their focus onto cloud computing. But to be a part of cloud computing environment and to take advantages of cloud computing, legacy applications need to be migrated to cloud. Cloud migration is the process of transitioning all or part of a company's data, applications and services from onsite computers behind the firewall to the cloud or moving them from one cloud environment to another. After migrating to the cloud, the information will be available on the internet so that more people can have access to it as needed.

Keywords-Cloud Computing, Cloud Migration, Challenges issu).

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cluster Based Web Search
Country : India
Authors : Prof.D.A.Nikam, Mr. Joshi Govind, Mr.Bhandari Nikhil, Mr. Varma PramodKumar

Abstract: Fast retrieval of the relevant information from the databases has always been a significant issue. Different techniques have been developed for this purpose, one of them is Data Clustering. Clustering implies filtering results obtained from search engine and provide more flexible result In this paper Data Clustering is discussed along with various approaches and their analysis.

Keywords - clustering ,stemming ,stopword, filtering ,query .

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Clustering Web Search Results-A Review
Country : India
Authors : Mrs.D.A.Nikam,Mr.N.P.Jadhav, Miss.A.B.Shikalgar,Mr.P.A.Chougule

Abstract: The rapid growth of the Internet has made the Web a popular place for collecting information. Today, Internet user access billions of web pages online using search engines. Information in the Web comes from many sources, including websites of companies, organizations, communications and personal homepages, etc. Effective representation of Web search results remains an open problem in the Information Retrieval (IR) community. Web search result clustering has been emerged as a method which overcomes these drawbacks of conventional information retrieval (IR) community. It is the clustering of results returned by the search engines into meaningful, thematic groups. This paper gives issues that must be addressed in the development of a Web clustering engine and categorizes various techniques that have been used in clustering of web search results. Search results clustering, the core of the system, has specific requirements that cannot be addressed by classical clustering algorithms. We emphasize the role played by the quality of the cluster labels as opposed to optimizing only the clustering structure.

Keywords – Web search, clustering, information retrieval

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : FTP Security using face recognition & Dynamic password
Country : India
Authors : Mr.A.T.Sonale, Mr.S.S.Matsagar

Abstract: File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is widely used protocol for transferring files over a network. However, there exists some secure vulnerability in the protocol. For example, both passwords and files are transmitted in plaintext. Although some new FTPs such as FTPS have been proposed and applied to overcome these vulnerabilities, there are many drawbacks such as lack of flexibility in use, failing to meet specific security requirements, etc. Given these facts, the FTP and its requirements are studied deeply and a new secure FTP system is designed in this paper. In the new system, a dynamic password mechanism is combined with face recognition technology to achieve mutual authentication, key distribution and secure information transmission. The security level selection mechanism is adopted to meet individual security requirements. The resource access control mechanism is used to keep the server from unauthorized access attacks. Analysis shows that compared with existing FTP systems, the new system makes not only data transmission securer but also system in use easier, more flexible and efficient.

Keywords- Dynamic password, Interrupted Resume, Hash value, XOR function, Face recognition value

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Artificial and computational intelligence
Country : India
Authors : Nasim Kothiwale, Manisha Kasid

Abstract: This paper give an introduction of Artificial and computational intelligence. The artificial intelligence (AI) is that activity devoted to making machines intelligent, and intelligence is that quality that enables an entity to function appropriately and with foresight in its environment. Computational Intelligence is the study of design of intelligent agents. The goal of computational intelligence (CI) is to understand both natural and artificial systems including bioinformatics, linguistics, robotics, games, neural networks, fuzzy systems and evolutionary computation.

Keywords – Artificial Intelligence, software architecture, Reusability, Software engineering.

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