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Feed-Forward Neural Networks Training: A Comparison Between Two Approaches of Back-Propagation Learning Algorithm
Abstract: Back-propagation is one of the most famous training algorithms for multilayer perceptrons. Unfortunately, it can be very slow for practical applications. Over the last years many improvement strategies have been developed to speed up back propagation.

Authors: Belqasem Aljafari

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Literature Survey of 12 Bit Pipe Line Analog to Digital Converter
Abstract: This Paper presents a 12 bit ADC is designed for the implementation of pipeline ADC. To design this ADC we used TIQ comparator that reduced the power consumption and area. The sample and hold circuit have high Sampling rate. This Design is implemented and verified on the LT spice switcher CAD-III in 0.18μm Technology.

Authors: Pooja Patel, Prof. Anshul Soni

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A Dielectric Resonator Loaded Fractal Shaped Slot Loop multiband Antenna
Abstract: A multiband fractal coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed slot antenna loaded with a dielectric resonator conforming to multiple wireless standards is presented in this paper. The fractal geometry is utilized to generate multiple frequency bands. The dielectric load is used to enhancing the impedance bandwidth of the antenna and improving the overall gain of the antenna.

Authors: Ranveer Singh, Hasan Babu

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Multi-scale single-channel linear tracking method for segmentation of retinal blood vessels (MSLTA)
Abstract: Described in the text of a vascular retinal image segmentation and extraction of network algorithms, known as multi-scale single-channel linear tracking (MSLTA). Retinal fundus imaging is widely used for eye examinations. The acquired images provide a unique view on the eye vasculature.

Authors: Sumit Tomar

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Optimization of Stable Election Protocol through Genetic Algorithm & Particle Swarm Optimization in clustered wireless sensor network
Abstract: we study the impact of heterogeneity of nodes, in terms of their energy, in wireless sensor networks that are hierarchically clustered. In these networks some of the nodes become cluster heads, aggregate the data of their cluster members and transmit it to the sink.

Authors: Khushboo Pawar

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Comparative Study of Various Power Control algorithms in WCDMA
Abstract: Power control is an essential radio resource management method in CDMA cellular communication systems, where co-channel and adjacent-channel interferences are the primary capacity limiting factors. Power control intends to control the transmission power levels in such a way that required quality of service for the users is guaranteed with lowest possible transmission powers.

Authors: Siddhant Soni

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Analysis of Lung Nodule and Classification based on SVM Classifier and Fuzzy C-Means Clustering for Effective Segmentation
Abstract: Lung cancer is the most type of cancer among all the cancer with less survival rate. It is very difficult to analyze the cancer at its early stage. In this paper, using computed tomography CT images. we proposed a classification method for the four types of lung nodules, i.e., well-circumscribed, vascular-ized, juxta-pleural and pleural-tail using SVM classifier and fuzzy C-means clustering analysis for segmentation and feature extraction with the help of DWT and MWT transform and LBP for the detection of cancerous cells.

Authors: Smriti kushwaha, P.Maya

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Fabrication & Measurement of Characteristics and Stability of Solar Cell with Black Grapes Grapes Grapes as a Natural Dye
Abstract: Natural Dye Sensitized Solar Cells NDSSC are a promising class of photovoltaic cells with the capability of generating green energy at low production cost since no vacuum systems or expensive equipment are required in their fabrication. Natural dyes are also abundant, safe and easily extracted. In NDSSC, once dye molecules exposed to light they become oxidized and transfer electrons to a nano structured layer of wide bandgap semiconductors such as TiO2.

Authors: Gajender Singh, Rahul Kumar, Rahul Sharma

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