IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

Volume 12- Issue 6

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Novel Rebroadcast Technique for Reducing Routing Overhead In Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Country : India
Authors : Vinayak T. Patil , Asst. Prof. Padma. S. Dandannavar
: 10.9790/0661-1260109      logo

Abstract: In mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), the network topology changes frequently and unpredictably due to the arbitrary mobility of nodes. This feature leads to frequent path failures and route reconstructions, which causes an increase in the routing control overhead. The overhead of a route discovery cannot be neglected. Thus, it is imperative to reduce the overhead of route discovery in the design of routing protocols of MANETs. One of the fundamental challenges of MANETs is the design of dynamic routing protocols with good performance and less overhead. In a route discovery, broadcasting is a fundamental and effective data dissemination mechanism, where a mobile node blindly rebroadcasts the first received route request packets unless it has a route to the destination, and thus it causes the broadcast storm problem. This paper focuses on a probabilistic rebroadcast protocol based on neighbor coverage to reduce the routing overhead in MANETs.

Keywords - Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Neighbor Coverage, and Network Connectivity, Probabilistic Rebroadcast, Routing Overhead, AODV.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Motion analysis in video surveillance using edge detection techniques
Country : India
Authors : Anupam Mukherjee, Debaditya Kundu
: 10.9790/0661-1261015      logo

Abstract: Motion tracking is an important task in image processing applications. To track moving objects and their interaction in a complex environment is a difficult task, this work basically explains the technique of tracking moving objects. Moving object detection can be accomplished by image capturing, background subtraction and Prewitt edge detection operator. The main idea of our approach, called the background subtraction technique, is to subtract directly between two consecutive frames to extract the difference image. The difference image marks the areas where a moving object was in frame N and where the object is in frame N+1, respectively. Prewitt operator is more suitable in case of moving object analysis.

Keywords - Background subtraction, Canny edge detection operator, Edge detection, Motion Tracking, Moving object detection, Noise reduction, Prewitt edge detection operator.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Detecting Spam Tags Against Collaborative Unfair Through Trust Modelling
Country : India
Authors : N. Shravani, Dr. P. Govardhan
: 10.9790/0661-1261619      logo

Abstract: In the past few years sharing photos, within social networks has become very popular .In order to make these huge collection easier to explore, images are usually tagged with representative keywords such as persons, events, objects, and locations. In order o speed up the time consuming tag annotation process, tags can be propagated based on the similarity between image content and context .In this paper, daily and continuous communication implies the exchange of several types of content, including free text, image, audio and video data. Based on the established correspondences between these two image sets and the reliability of the user, tags are propagated from the tagged to the untagged images. The user trust modeling reduces the risk of propagating wrong tags caused by spamming or faulty annotation. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated through a set of experiments On an image database containing various landmarks. Tagging in online social networks is very popular these days as it facilitates search and retrieval of multimedia content .However, noisy and spam annotations often make it.

Keywords – annotation process, audio and video data, trust modeling, tagging, spams.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Wavelets in Medical Image Processing On Hip Arthroplasty and De-Noising, Segmentation
Country : India
Authors : Himadri Nath Moulick, Moumita Ghosh
: 10.9790/0661-1262031      logo

Abstract: Computers have become indispensable in all domains, and the medical segment does not represent an exception. The need for accuracy and speed has led to a tight collaboration between machines and human beings. Maybe the future will allow the existence of a world where the human intervention won't be necessary, but for now,the best approach in the medical field is to create semiautomatic applications, in order to help the doctors with the diagnoses, with following the patients' evolution and managing them and with other medical activities. Our application is designed for automatic measurements of orthopedic parameters, and allows the possibility of human intervention in case the parameters have not been detected properly. The segment of the application is Hip Arthroplasty. And Wavelet transforms and other multi-scale analysis functions have been used for compact signal and image representations in de-noising, compression and feature detection processing problems for about twenty years. Numerous research works have proven that space-frequency and space-scale expansions with this family of analysis functions provided a very efficient framework for signal or image data. The wavelet transform itself offers great design flexibility. Basis selection, spatial-frequency tiling, and various wavelet threshold strategies can be optimized for best adaptation to a processing application, data characteristics and feature of interest. Fast implementation of wavelet transforms using a filter-bank framework enable real time processing capability. Instead of trying to replace standard image processing techniques, wavelet transforms offer an efficient representation of the signal, finely tuned to its intrinsic properties. By combining such representations with simple processing techniques in the transform domain, multi-scale analysis can accomplish remarkable performance and efficiency for many image processing problems. Multi-scale analysis has been found particularly successful for image de-noising and enhancement problems given that a suitable separation of signal and noise can be achieved in the transform domain (i.e. after projection of an observation signal) based on their distinct localization and distribution in the spatial-frequency domain. With better correlation of significant features, wavelets were also proven to be very useful for detection {jin_Mallat_1992a} and matching applications {jin_Strickland_1995}.

Key-Words - Hip Arthroplasty, Canny Edge Detection, DICOM, Hough Transform, Radiographic Image Processing De-noising, Segmentation

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Adaptive Search Based On User Tags in Social Networking
Country : India
Authors : Ch. Priyanka, Dr. P. Govardhan
: 10.9790/0661-1263235      logo

Abstract: With the popularity of the network and development of multimedia retrieval and relevant technology, the traditional information retrieval techniques do not meet the users' demand. We empirically validate this approach on the social photo-sharing site Flickr, which allows users to annotate images with freely chosen tags and to search for images labeled with a certain tag. In the existing system we are going to use the content based image retrieval methodologies which were not sufficient to retrieve the required image so, we are going to propose a new methodology called as tagging. The results of our study show that it is possible to use social tags to improve the accessibility. We use metadata associated with images tagged with an ambiguous query term to identify topics corresponding to different senses of the term, and then personalize results of image search by displaying to the user only those images that are of his/her interest.

Keywords—Tagged image search, Topic model, Image retrieval, Tagging, Reranking.

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[4] Y. Cai and Q. Li, "Personalized search by tag-based user profile and resource profile in collaborative tagging systems,‖ in CIKM, 2010, pp. 969–978.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Novel Approach for Tracking with Implicit Video Shot Detection
Country : India
Authors : Kiran S., Amith Kamath B.
: 10.9790/0661-1263642      logo

Abstract: Video shot detection – Shot change detection is an essential step in video content analysis. The field of Video Shot Detection (VSD) is a well exploited area. In the past, there have been numerous approaches designed to successfully detect shot boundaries for temporal segmentation. Robust Pixel Based Method is used to detect shot changes in a video sequence. Tracking algorithm is a time consuming process due to the large amount of data contained in video using the video shot detection the computational cost can be reduced to a great extent by the discarding the frames which are not of any interest for the tracking algorithm. In this paper we present a novel approach of combining the concepts of Video shot detection and Object tracking using particle filter to give us a efficient Tracking algorithm with implicit shot detection.

Keywords – Bhattacharyya distance, Local adaptive threshold, Particle filter, Robust Pixel Difference method, Residual Re-sampling, Shot detection.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Universal Artificial Intelligence for Intelligent Agents: An Approach to Super Intelligent Agents
Country : India
Authors : Sushil Kumar Singh, Prof. Ashish Kumar Srivastava, Prof. Sitendra Tamrakar
: 10.9790/0661-1264348      logo

Abstract: Human beings have the real intelligence. The intelligence triggers new thoughts in mind. Human thoughts so many things but he may take long times to solve a complex problem. If he builds such a system which work as like human intelligence, then the time taken to solve the complex problem may be very less. In this case he provides the Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the system. Artificial intelligence based system has the ability to mimic the functions of the human brain. An intelligent agent works on behalf of man. What will happen if send the intelligent agent in new environment? It can work properly or not properly in the new environment. If we provide such intelligence to the agent that it works proper in the new environment without changing their set of rules. Such type of intelligence generally known as Universal Artificial Intelligence (UAI). This paper suggests an idea to build such an intelligent agent that attempts to take the right decision in the new environment. Here we will use the neuro-fuzzy system to provide the more intelligence to agent and this agent can take right decision with learning capability in new environment. If an agent has more intelligence than other agent we can call it super intelligent agent. This paper also shows the simulation of intelligent agent to avoid obstacle in new environment. This simulated intelligent agent shows the good result as compared to existing work.

Keywords- Universal Artificial Intelligence, Hidden Markov Model, Neuro-Fuzzy Systems

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : User Priority Based Search on Organizing User Search Histories with Security
Country : India
Authors : Gogula. Vijay Kumar, A. Krishna Chaitanya
: 10.9790/0661-1264953      logo

Abstract: Presently, users are facing many complicated and complex task-oriented goals on the search engine. Those are managing finances, making travel arrangements or any other planning and purchases. To reduce this problem, usually break down the tasks into a few codependent steps and issuing multiple queries, and which store repeatedly over a long period of time, whatever the user search in the search engine, that information search engines keep track of their queries and clicks while search in the search engine or online. In this paper we become skilled at the complexity of organizing user's historical queries into in an active and expected manner. Automatic identifying query groups are compassionate for the number of different search engines, deals with applications. Those are result status, query suggestions, query alterations. In this we are proposing security for the related query groups. When we work in the single or any organization, security will provides the security for the user's data or information in the search engine or any data base.

Keywords - User history, search history, query clustering, query reformulation, click graph, task recognition, security.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Selecting the correct Data Mining Method: Classification & InDaMiTe-R
Country : India
Authors : Prof. Thakur Ritesh, Mr. Adsure Sharad , Miss. Ashwini G. Sagade
: 10.9790/0661-1265459      logo

Abstract:One of the most difficult tasks in the whole KDD process is to choose the right data mining technique, as the commercial software tools provide more and more possibilities together and the decision requires more and more expertise on the methodological point of view. Indeed, there are a lot of data mining techniques available for an environmental scientist wishing to discover some model from her/his data. This diversity can cause some troubles to the scientist who often have not a clear idea of what are the available methods, and moreover, use to have doubts about the most suitable method to be applied to solve a concrete domain problem. Within the data mining literature there is not a common terminology. A classification of the data mining methods would greatly simplify the understanding of the whole space of available methods. In this work, a classification of most common data mining methods is presented in a conceptual map which makes easier the selection process. Also an intelligent data mining assistant is presented. It is oriented to provide model/algorithm selection support, suggesting the user the most suitable data mining techniques for a given problem.

Keywords: Knowledge Discovery from Databases, Data Mining, Intelligent Decision Support System case - Base Reasoning.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Securing Image Steganogarphy Based on Visual Cryptography And Integer Wavelet Transform
Country : Iraq
Authors : Yasir Ahmed Hamza
: 10.9790/0661-1266065      logo

Abstract: The increased use of internet communication has given rise to the field of image steganography and made it necessary to secure digital content. Current image steganography techniques lack novelty and are based on using traditional cryptography solutions for secret image that is embedded in cover image. This research paper proposed and implemented a new method to secure embedded secret image using visual cryptography. A two level integer wavelet transformation technique was applied on the cover image to obtain the coefficients which were used later during the secret image embedding process. The experimental results indicated that high invisibility was achieved for secret image and the ability to embed more than one secret image within the cover image. Also, the use of visual cryptography eliminated the need for permutation process which would otherwise be required for secret image.

Keywords: Cryptography, Image Steganography, Integer wavelet transform, Stego-image, Visual Cryptography

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Multi-Cluster Based Approach for skewed Data in Data Mining
Country : India
Authors : Mr .Rushi Longadge, Ms. Snehlata S. Dongre, Dr. Latesh Malik
: 10.9790/0661-1266673      logo

Abstract: In data mining difficulties are encounters when applying machine learning techniques to real-world data, which frequently show skewness properties. A typical example from industry where skewed data is an intrinsic problem is fraud detection in finance data, medical diagnosis on rare disease, finding network intrusion in network. This problem is also known as class imbalance problem. The class imbalance problem define as the sample of one class may be much less number than another class in data set. There are many technology developed for handling class imbalance. Basically designed approaches are divided into two types. First is designed a new algorithm which improves the minority class prediction, second modify the number samples in existing class, it also known as data pre-processing. Under-sampling is a very popular data pre-processing approach to deal with class imbalance problem. Under-sampling approach is very efficient, it only use the subset of the majority class. The drawback of under-sampling is that it removes away many useful majority class samples. To solve this problem we propose multi cluster-based majority under-sampling and random minority oversampling approach. Compared to under-sampling, cluster-based random under-sampling can effectively avoid the important information loss of majority class.

Keyword: Skewed data, Random under-sampling, class Imbalance problem, clustering, imbalance dataset.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Concepts and Derivatives of Web Services
Country : Malaysia
Authors : Atieh Khanjani , Wan Nurhayati Wan Ab. Rahman
: 10.9790/0661-1267478      logo

Abstract: Since the web services are growing rapidly in cloud, service consumers and providers are looking for a means to find better services that satisfy both parties. From both user's and developer's perspectives, disco-vering functional and non-functional characteristics of a web service is essentially considerable. Due to over-coming the above issues many research have been published to improve the usage of web services to satisfy customers. The paper reviews the literature of web services with respect to quality of service (QoS) or non-functional properties, to acquire better understanding of concepts and issues related to QoS web service select-ing and discovering processes.

Keywords - web service, QoS, standards, UDDI, WSDL, SOAP, non-functional properties

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Improvement of Image Deblurring Through Different Methods
Country : India
Authors : A. Anusha , Dr. P. Govardhan
: 10.9790/0661-1267982      logo

Abstract: In this paper, we analyze the research on this topic both theoretically and experimentally through different methods the deterministic filter; Bayesian estimation, the conjunctive deblurring algorithm (CODA),and alpha tonal correction method which performs the deterministic filter and Bayesian estimation in in a conjunctive manner. We point out the weakness of the deterministic filter and unify the limitation latent in two kinds of Bayesian estimators. .The proposed algorithm, alpha tonal correction methods, which gives better performance than the deterministic filter and sharp image estimation. We point out the weaknesses of the deterministic filter and unify the limitation latent in two kinds of image estimation methods. I further explain proposed alpha correction method which can able to handle quite large blurs beyond deterministic filter and image estimation. Finally, I demonstrate that our method outperforms state-of-the-art methods with a large margin.

Key words -Blind image DE convolution, image sharpening, alpha Tonal correction and deterministic filter.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Heart Disease Prediction Model using Decision Tree
Country : India
Authors : Atul Kumar Pandey, Prabhat Pandey, K. L. Jaiswal, Ashish Kumar Sen
: 10.9790/0661-1268386      logo

Abstract: In this paper, we develop a heart disease prediction model that can assist medical professionals in predicting heart disease status based on the clinical data of patients. Firstly, we select 14 important clinical features, i.e., age, sex, chest pain type, trestbps, cholesterol, fasting blood sugar, resting ecg, max heart rate, exercise induced angina, old peak, slope, number of vessels colored, thal and diagnosis of heart disease. Secondly, we develop an prediction model using J48 decision tree for classifying heart disease based on these clinical features against unpruned, pruned and pruned with reduced error pruning approach.. Finally, the accuracy of Pruned J48 Decision Tree with Reduced Error Pruning Approach is more better then the simple Pruned and Unpruned approach. The result obtained that which shows that fasting blood sugar is the most important attribute which gives better classification against the other attributes but its gives not better accuracy.

Keywords—Data mining, Reduced Error Pruning, Gain Ratio and Decision Tree.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Secure Cloud Storage Gateway using Symmetric Key Algorithm
Country : India
Authors : Vijayalakshmi M. M., Prof. Sharayu pradeep
: 10.9790/0661-1268790      logo

Abstract: Focusing on engineering computing and optimization tasks, this paper investigates secure outsourcing of widely applicable linear programming (LP) computations. In order to achieve practical efficiency, our mechanism design explicitly decomposes the LP computation outsourcing into public LP solvers running on the cloud and private LP parameters owned by the customer. The resulting flexibility allows us to explore appropriate security/ efficiency tradeoff via higher-level abstraction of LP computations than the general circuit representation. In particular, by formulating private data owned by the customer for LP problem as a set of matrices and vectors, we are able to develop a set of efficient privacy-preserving problem transformation techniques, which allow customers to transform original LP problem into some arbitrary one while protecting sensitive input/output information. To validate the computation result, we further explore the fundamental duality theorem of LP computation and derive the necessary and sufficient conditions that correct result must satisfy. Such result verification mechanism is extremely efficient and incurs close-to-zero additional cost on both cloud server and customers. Extensive security analysis and experiment results show the immediate practicability of our mechanism design.

Keywords: cloud customer, cloud server,fully homomorphic encryption (FHE), linearprogramming,

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Green Computing and Energy Consumption Issues in the Modern Age
Country : PAKISTAN
Authors : Masood Anwar, Syed Furqan Qadri , Ahsan Raza Sattar
: 10.9790/0661-1269198      logo

Abstract: Green computing concept is to improve environmental condition. The main aim of green computing is to reduce toxic materials. We systematically analyze its energy consumption which is based on types of services and obtain the conditions to facilitate green cloud computing to save overall energy consumption in this system. Today it is the major issue to prepare such equipments by which we achieve efficient energy and to minimize of e-waste and use of non toxic chemicals/materials in preparation of e-equipments. We can implement green computing in computer's fields as CPU servers and other peripheral devices (mobile devices). By using green computing we can reduce resources consumption and disposal of electric waste (e-waste). It has been seen that computers and other electronics devices are increasing day by day, so the amount of electricity consumed by them is also increasing. In this way the percentage of co2 in the atmosphere is also increasing. The other toxic materials which are used in computer/electronics industry are also harmful for environment. In this paper, we will elaborate comprehensively survey the concepts and architecture of green computing, as well as its heat and energy consumption issues. Their pros and cons are discussed for each green computing strategy with its friendly approach towards atmosphere. Green computing can facilitate us to safe, secure place and healthy environment all over in the world. This paper will help us to take some initiatives currently under in the field of computers/electronics industry and new ways to save vast amounts of energy which is wasted in very large scale.

Keywords: Green Computing, toxic material, e-waste, e-equipments, peripheral devices

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