Archive Browsing VOLUME 4 ISSUE 01 AUGUST 2015

A Review on the Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus
Abstract: Diabetes mellitus is an interminable disease that forces excessively high human, social and financial expenses for a nation. Additionally, minimizing its commonness rate and in addition its excessive and risky confusions requires viable administration. Diabetes administration depends on close participation between the patient and health awareness experts. Data mining gives a diversity of methods to investigate large data keeping in mind the end goal to find hidden knowledge. This paper gives an effort to review descriptive data mining approach and to devise association standards to predict diabetes behaviour in arrangement with particular life style parameters, including physical activity and emotional states, especially in elderly diabetics.

Authors: Anjali Khandegar

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Polynomial Based Mastrovito Multipliers for FFT Applications for Secure Data Encryption and Decryption

Authors: Swarnim Baghel, Sunil Shah

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Simulation and Performance Analysis Two Area Four Machine System Power Stabilization Using PID-PSS
Abstract: Power systems are steadily growing with ever larger capacity with their demand. Formerly all separated systems are interconnected to each other parts. Modern power systems are evolved into systems of very wide size. With day by day growing generation capacity, different areas on a power system are added with even large inertia. As a consequence in large interconnected power systems, low frequency oscillations have an increasing importance. Low frequency oscillations include local area modes and inter-area modes. Inter-area modes of oscillations may be caused by the either high gain exciters or heavy power transfer across weak tie line. The occurrence of the inter-area oscillations depends on various reasons such as weak ties between interconnected areas, voltage level, transmitted power and load. At time, the oscillations may continue to grow causing the instability of the power system. lots of power system stabilizers have been developed by the researchers in the past few years, but the area is still open for the efficient power stabilizer development which can efficiently able to handle the power oscillations without increasing the system controller system complexity. This proposed work presents simulation and performance analysis of two area four machine system transmission lines power stabilization capability using conventional PID Power System Stabilizer (PID-PSS). The implementation of this work is with the Simulink of MATLAB 2012(b).

Authors: Lumesh Kumar Sahu, Ankit Dubey, Shailesh M. Deshmukh

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Literature Review on FIR Filter Optimization
Abstract: In digital communication system, digital information can be sent on a carrier through changes in its fundamental characteristics such as phase, frequency and amplitude. The use of a filter plays an important part in a communication channel because it is effective at eliminating spectral leakage, reducing channel width, and eliminating interference from adjacent symbols (Inter Symbol Interference) ISI. In order to reduce the effect of Inter Symbol Interference (ISI) in a digital communication system, different types of transmitting pulse shaping filters have been extensively used in practice. We need to design these filters with some constraints imposed by requirements of the communication system in which we are going to use them. The use of optimization techniques have been proved to be quite useful towards the design of those digital filters with certain specifications. This paper reviews about the uses of optimization systems in digital filter design.

Authors: Nidhi Mishra, Nitin Jain

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A Survey: Image Matching

Authors: Preeti Mandle, Vibha Shaligram

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Evaluating Path Loss Models for E-Band Communication
Abstract: The allocation of a large amount of bandwidth by regulating bodies in the 70/80 GHz band, i.e., the E-band, has opened up new potentials and challenges for providing affordable and reliable Gigabit per second wireless point-to-point links. This paper gives a comparative analysis of pathloss for different frequency bands of the respective path loss models. Subsequently, different propagation models, ITU-R and SUI models, are compared against measurement results and it is concluded that to meet specific availability requirements, E-band wireless systems may need to be designed with larger fade margins compared to microwave systems.

Authors: Prakash Yadav, Mohit Pant

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