IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

Volume 13- Issue 4

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Review of FPGA-based design methodologies for efficient hardware Area estimation
Country : India
Authors : Ms. Rachna Singh, Dr. Arvind Rajawat
: 10.9790/0661-1340106      logo

Abstract: In recent years, FPGA's have become increasingly important and have found their way into system design. So, the desire emerges for a means that allows early area and performance estimation Understanding how a design maps to them and consumes various FPGA resources can be difficult to predict, so typically designers are forced to run full synthesis on each iteration of the design. For complex designs that involve many iterations and optimizations, the run-time of synthesis can be quite prohibitive .However, to achieve high performance; FPGA must be supported by efficient design methodology and optimization techniques. The motivation behind this work is to review different FPGA based design methodology and optimization techniques that can be employed to efficiently estimate hardware area utilized in terms of look up table (LUT'S) or configurable logic blocks (CLB'S).

Keyword: HW/SW Partitioning, Area Estimation, Latency Estimation

[1] Shi, C., Hwang, J., McMillan, S., Root, A., and Singh, V.,"A System Level Resource Estimation Tool for FPGAs",International Conference on Field Programmable Logic andApplications (FPL), 2004.

[2] C. Brandolese, W. Fornaciari, and F. Salice. "An AreaEstimation Methodology for FPGA Based Designs at SystemCLevel,"DAC'04, San Diego, California, USA, pp. 129 - 132, 2004.

[3] RoelMeeuws, "A Quantitative model for Hardware/Software partitioning," MSc thesis, Delft University of Technology, 2007.

[4] V. Srinivasan, S. Govindarajan, and R. Vemuri, "Fine-grained and coarse-grained behavioral partitioning with effective utilization of memory and design space exploration for multi-FPGA architectures," IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration(VLSI) Systems, Vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 140–158, 2001.

[5] F. Vahid and D. D. Gajski, "Incremental hardware estimation during hardware/software functional partitioning," in Readings in hardware/software co-design, G. De Micheli, R. Ernest, and W.Wolf (eds.), Morgan Kaufmann, pp. 516–521, 2002.

[6] L. Yan, T. Srikanthan, and N. Gang, "Area and Delay Estimation for FPGA Implementation of Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architectures," LCTES, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada,pp.182–188, 2006.

[7] R. Enzler, T. Jeger, D. Cottet, and G. Troster, "High level area and performance estimation of hardware building blocks on FPGAs," FPL 2000, Villach, Austria, pp. 525–534, 2000.

[8] D. Kulkarni, Walid A. Najjar, R. Rinker and F. J. Kurdahi,"Compile-Time Area Estimation for LUT-Based FPGAs," ACMTODAES, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 104–122, 2006.

[9] P Bjureus, M. Millberg, and A. Jantsch, "FPGA resource and timing estimation from MATLAB execution traces," CODES 2002,Estes Park, Colorado, USA, pp. 31–36, 2002.

[10] L. M. Reyneri, F. Cucinotta, A. Serra, and L. Lavagno, "A hardware/software co-design flow and IP library based on Simulink," DAC '01, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, pp. 593 - 598,2001.


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Medial Axis Transformation based Skeletonzation of Image Patterns using Image Processing Techniques
Country : India
Authors : Shivani Sharma, Maninder Kaur
: 10.9790/0661-1340710      logo

Abstract: The medial axis of an image pattern is the loci of all inscribed disks that touch two or more boundary points without crossing any of the boundaries. The medial axis transform (MAT) is a powerful representation for objects with inherent symmetry or near-symmetry. The medial axis of 2-D image patterns provides a conceptual design base, with transition to a detailed design occurring when the radius function is added to the medial axis or surface. To make such a design tool practicable, however, it is essential to be able to convert from an MAT format to a boundary representation of an object. In the proposed work, the medial axis transform has been extracted using the Euclidean distance transform based computation. The image pattern u prepared initially in binary form and then distance of each non-zero pixel to its closest zeroed pixel is computed. This process continues till the entire image pattern is scanned to its core.

Keywords: MAT -> Medial Axis Transform, EDT-> Euclidean Distance Transform, CCD-> Charge Coupled Device

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Network Lifespan Maximization For Wireless Sensor Networks Using Nature-Inspired Elephant Based Swarm Optimization
Country : India
Authors : Chandramouli H., Dr. Somashekhar C. Desai
: 10.9790/0661-1341119      logo

Abstract: The robust and complex real-time applications and dramatically increased sensor capabilities may play a vital role in enhancing the lifespan of WSNs. On the other hand majority of WSNs operate on battery powered infrastructure, therefore in order to enhance the lifespan maximization a robust and highly efficient protocols are required to be developed that can effectively minimize the battery utilization and the overall computational as well as communication complexity also could be minimized. Optimizations required to be adopted at the Routing Layer, MAC Layer and the Radio Layer of the wireless sensor node. In this paper in order to achieve a better network performance an scheme of elephant swarm optimization has been implemented which enables optimization of routing algorithm, adaptive radio link optimization and balanced TDMA MAC scheduling. The proposed Elephant Based Swarm Optimization scheme is analyzed and compared with the popular LEACH and PSO Protocols and results proves that the EBSO algorithm is the best among PSO and LEACH schemes.

Keywords: Active node ratio, Cross-layer design, Elephant Based Swarm Optimization (EBSO), LEACH, Network lifespan, Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO).

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Genetic Approach to Parallel Scheduling
Country : India
Authors : Prashant Sharma, Gurvinder Singh
: 10.9790/0661-1342029      logo

Abstract: Task Scheduling is Essential part for proper functioning of parallel processing system. Several approaches have been applied to solve this problem. Genetic algorithms have received much awareness as they are robust and guarantee for a good solution. In this paper a genetic algorithm is developed and implemented and performance of algorithm is measured under altering parameters. Adaptive parameter approach has been applied to enhance the performance of the genetic algorithm.

Keywords: Genetic Algorithm, Fitness Function, DAG, Crossover and Mutation.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Using Aspect Ratio to Classify Red Blood Images
Country : Iraq
Authors : Sherna Aziz Toma
: 10.9790/0661-1343033      logo

Abstract: In automated medical diagnosis, shape plays a key role in image processing and pattern matching. In particular, microscopic visual examination, as used in this paper, extensively uses shape to diagnose anemia using the shapes of Red Blood Cells (RBCs). This automated process depends entirely on the ability of the mammalian RBCs to change shape causing some types of anemia, which makes use of cell-discrimination on these varying RBC shapes an effective method of diagnosing anemia. In this automated diagnosis, image processing and pattern matching follows four steps: shape extraction, shape representation, shape size normalization and application of Fourier descriptors to obtain shapes of normal and abnormal RBCs. In testing the results, a client-server computer program applies invariant-moments to filter irrelevant shapes from the query, and aspect ratio of RBCs to improve on shape retrieval and verify results whereas increasing the geometrical number to reduces this accuracy by 10% to a promising 90%.

Keyword: Aspect Ratio, Fourier Descriptors, Invariant-Moments, Shape Extraction, Shape Representation, Image Processing, Red Blood Cells.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Using Multi-layered Feed-forward Neural Network (MLFNN) Architecture as Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM) for Function Approximation
Country : India
Authors : Manisha Singh, Somesh Kumar
: 10.9790/0661-1343438      logo

Abstract: Function approximation is to find the underlying relationship from à given finite input-output data. It has numerous applications such as prediction, pattern recognition, data mining and classification etc. Multi-layered feed-forward neural networks (MLFNNs) with the use of back propagation algorithm have been extensively used for the purpose of function approximation recently. Another class of neural networks BAM has also been experimented for the same problem with lot of variations. In the present paper we have proposed the application of back propagation algorithm to MLFNN in such a way that it works like BAM and the result thus presented show greater and speedy approximation for the example function.

Keywords: Neural networks, Multilayered feed-forward neural network (MLFNN), Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM), Function approximation

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Penetrating Windows 8 with syringe utility
Country : India
Authors : Monika Agarwal, Laxman vishnoi
: 10.9790/0661-1343943      logo

Abstract: Windows 8, the most popular operating system by Microsoft launched in October 2012. It is developed for use of desktops, laptops, tablets, home theatre PC's. Windows 8 is more secure than previous versions. It has its built in Anti-malware protection system so no need to worry if an Anti-virus is not installed. Pentesting – It is a process to imitate all ways used by hackers to compromise a system. But with the diference its is purely ethical in deed so as to know in prior how a machine can suffer security breach attack. The main objective of this paper is to compromise a system with windows 8 OS. Generally penetration testing using metasploit framework proceed with the combo of a exploit and payload which in turn gives us a reverse connection to target system. But it is not that easy to do with windows 8 as it immediately detect and eve delete the payload file as soon it is loaded on to the windows 8 system. So we make use of syringe utility with special permissions of windows system

Keywords: Penetration Testing, Metasploit Framework , Exploit , Payload, FUD(fully undetectable).

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Novel Learning Formulation in a unified Min-Max Framework for Computer Aided Diagnosis
Country : India
Authors : K. Sree Kanth, Arun.Ganji, V. Satya Narayana
: 10.9790/0661-1344452      logo

Abstract: The computer aided diagnosis (CAD) problems of detecting potentially diseased structures from medical images are typically distinguished by the following challenging characteristics: extremely unbalanced data between negative and positive classes; stringent real-time requirement of on- line execution; multiple positive candidates generated for the same malignant structure that are highly correlated and spatially close to each other. To address all these problems, we propose a novel learning formulation to combine cascade classification and multiple instance learning (MIL) in a unified min-max framework, leading to a joint optimization problem which can be converted to a tractable quadratic ally constrained quadratic program and efficiently solved by block-coordinate optimization algorithms. We apply the proposed approach to the CAD problems of detecting pulmonary embolism and colon cancer from computed tomography images. Experimental results show that our approach significantly reduces the computational cost while yielding comparable detection accuracy to the current state-of-the-art MIL or cascaded classifiers. Although not specifically designed for balanced MIL problems, the pro- posed method achieves superior performance on balanced MIL benchmark data such as MUSK and image data sets.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Improvement in Power Management in green Computing using Neural Networks
Country : India
Authors : Saket Bhushan, Manoj Chaudhary
: 10.9790/0661-1345358      logo

Abstract: The green computing is the technology which is based on the environmental use of computer related resources. The computer related resources includes processing units, storage units etc. In such type of technology the energy consumption is the main concern. Green computing wills leads to reduce in resource consumption and electronic waste. The new technology of green computing will also include cloud computing services, grid computing services. In the past decades, many techniques have been proposed for the energy conservation in green computing. In this paper, we are proposing new technique for energy conservation in green computing. This novel technique is based on neural networks. The neural network is having capability of learning from the past experiences. The dynamic clustering approach is used with the neural networks for the energy conservation. The proposed technique is implemented in NS2 and simulation results are shown in the graphical form.

Keywords: Green computing, neural networks, dynamic clustering, learning

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A way of managing data center networks
Country : India
Authors : Shikha Soni, Kreena Mehta, Priyank Sanghavi
: 10.9790/0661-1345962      logo

Abstract: Evolutionary changes have occurred throughout the various elements of the data centre, starting with server and storage virtualization and also network virtualization. Motivations for server virtualization were initially associated with massive cost reduction and redundancy but have now evolved to focus on greater scalability and agility within the data centre. Data center focused LAN technologies have taken a similar path; with a goal of redundancy and then to create a more scalable fabric within and between data centres. The TCP's congestion control opens the network to denial of service attacks and performance interference.. We propose a natural evolution of data center transport from TCP to multipath TCP. We show that multipath TCP can effectively and seamlessly use available bandwidth, providing improved throughput and better fairness in these new topologies when compared to single path TCP and randomized flow-level load balancing.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Protecting Attribute Disclosure for High Dimensionality and Preserving Publishing of Microdata
Country : India
Authors : Shaik. Mahammad Rafi, P. Venkata Ramanaiah M.Tech
: 10.9790/0661-1346368      logo

Abstract: Generalization and Bucketization, have been designed for privacy preserving microdata publishing. Recent work has shown that generalization loses considerable amount of information, especially for high-dimensional data. Bucketization, on the other hand, does not prevent membership disclosure and does not apply for data that do not have a clear separation between quasi- identifying attributes and sensitive attributes. In this paper, we present a novel technique called slicing, which partitions the data both horizontally and vertically. We show that slicing preserves better data utility than gen- eralization and can be used for membership disclosure protection. Another important advantage of slicing is that it can handle high-dimensional data. We show how slicing can be used for attribute disclosure protection and develop an ef- ficient algorithm for computing the sliced data that obey the ℓ-diversity requirement.Our workload experiments confirm that slicing preserves better utility than generalization and is more effective than bucketization in workloads involving the sensitive attribute. Our experiments also demonstrate that slicing can be used to prevent membership disclosure.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Survey and Analysis of Medium Access Control Protocols for Wireless Sensor Network
Country : India
Authors : Ms. Suchita S. Jogi, Prof. Amarsinh Vidhate
: 10.9790/0661-1346976      logo

Abstract: Wireless sensor networks are appealing to researchers due to their wide range of application in several fields such as military settings, critical infrastructure protection, target detection and tracking, environmental monitoring, industrial process monitoring etc. Communication among wireless sensor nodes is usually achieved by means of a unique channel. It is the characteristic of this channel that only a single node can transmit a message at any given time. Therefore, shared access of the channel requires the establishment of a MAC protocol among the sensor nodes. The objective of the MAC protocol is to regulate access to the shared wireless medium. For sensor nodes that are battery powered, it is sometimes difficulty or impractical to charge or replace exhausted battery. So the medium access protocol (MAC) for wireless sensor network must be energy efficient. In this paper, we outline the sensor network properties that are crucial for the design of MAC layer protocols. Then, describe four MAC protocols proposed for sensor networks emphasizing their strengths and weaknesses and compared those protocols. Analysis of power consumption and latency performance for these four MAC protocol is also shown in this report.

Keywords: Latency, Medium access control, power consumption.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Various Cryptosystem Using Chaos
Country : India
Authors : Bhavana Agrawal, Himani Agrawal, Monisha Mishra
: 10.9790/0661-1347784      logo

Abstract: Cryptography is the science of secret codes, enabling the confidentiality of communication through an insecure channel to make the system more complex and robust Chaos is applied in the various cryptographic algorithms. In this paper we use most commonly used algorithm AES, RC5, IDEA, RSA, ELGamal. In this paper firstly we implement all the algorithm in MATLAB then Chaos is applied on it. After applying Chaos in these algorithms we observe that both Security and Speed increases as compare to the conventional cryptographic algorithm.

Keywords: Chaos, Cryptography, AES, RSA, IDEA, RC5, ELGamal.

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