|Research Topic||Paper ID|
|Human Resource Information Systems: A Review in the Adoption of Open Source
Dr. Sharon Pande, Neville GomesAbstract:-The paper highlights the use and importance of Open Source Software for Human Resource Information Systems. Open source software development projects are Internet-based communities of software developers who voluntarily collaborate to develop software that they or their workplace may require. They present a challenging, novel and successful alternative to conventional models and also offer opportunities for a view into their detailed inner workings. The project operates by way of detailed and time-stamped logs of most interactions among community members and of project outputs are generated in an automatic fashion. This makes open source software projects important as research sites for many types of studies. The authors have also drawn up a mind map of Open Source Model for Human Resource Information Systems and a Model of Adoption of an Open Source Human Resource Information System. It further discusses various opens source software in the area on Human Resources and the important aspect of open source HRIS and cloud hosting with SMEs.
|Fuzzy Based Analysis of Proposed Model for Physical Health Standard Based on Association Rule Mining Techniques
Parneet Kaur, Dr Sawtantar Singh Khurmi, Dr Gurpreet Singh Josan
Abstract: Data mining is used for mining data from databases and finding out meaningful patterns. In this paper authors have reviewed the literature of Data Mining based Association Rule techniques applied in the field of sports. This paper presents an approach for the analysis of proposed model, done on the Physical Health Standard data of students of particular age groups. The synthetic data is applied for the formation of fuzzy based association rules using MATLAB Mamdani Fuzzy Inference System. During this analysis, various parameters like Height, Weight, BMI, Speed Test, Balance Test, Flexibility Test, Medical Test, Endurance test are taken and membership functions are formed for deriving input and output attributes. As a result,lots of useful fuzzy based rules are generated for prediction of physical fitness. This analysis helps in the selection criteria and decision making system of various sports mining
|Proposed Method for Color Image Quantization: Honey Bee
Rupinder Kaur, Vikas Gupta
Abstract: Honey Bee Optimization a nature-inspired optimization has drawn the attention of researchers because of its efficiency in solving real-world optimization problems arising in several application domains. Color image quantization is an important process of representing true color images using a small number of colors. Existing color reduction techniques tend to alter image color structure and distribution. Thus the researchers are always finding alternative strategies for color quantization. In color spaces like CMYK, A wide range of colors can be created by the primary colors of pigment (cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y), and black (K)).The objective of this research work is to design an algorithm for Image Quantization using CMYK color space based on Honey Bee Optimization. To implement and test the proposed algorithm. To compare the designed algorithm with other quantization techniques.The conducted experiments indicate that proposed algorithm generally results in a significant improvement of image quality compared to other well-known approaches.
|Associative Binary Operations on a Set with Four Elements
Amit Sehgal, Sarita, Sunil Dua
Abstract:Associativity of a binary operation is one of most fundamental property in algebra. In this paper, the authors discuss binary operations on a four-element set and show, by partition and composition of mapping, that exactly 3492 operations out of the 4294967296 existing binary operations on the set are associative with counting that how many composition tables are to be verified.
|Need for Conversion of a Sequential Code to Parallel
Ambuj Kumar Agarwal, Dr Vinodini Katiyar
Abstract: With the availability of multiple processing elements (PE) on a platform, high throughput can be gained by executing parts of an application concurrently on each PE or subset of PEs. An example of such a platform is a multiprocessor system on chip (MPSoC) where each processing element has its local memory as well as a common shared memory which all of them share. All PEs can run independently in a decentralized fashion or can run as a centralized model where one processor acts as a master. An application specified using an imperative model of computation can run only on a single processor and is not suited for multi-processor platform. The application needs to be modified to make it suitable for running on multiprocessor platform by identification and extraction of parallel tasks from the sequential code and efficiently mapping these tasks onto a multiprocessor platform. Manual identification and extraction of parallel tasks from sequential code is very time consuming and error prone as it requires complete analysis of sequential source code which is complex if it spans thousands of lines.
|QPSK with LDPC Codes and its Performance near Shannon’s Limit
Abstract: Digital video broadcasting (DVB) standards started a search for more efficient transmission technology. It uses QPSK modulation with concatenated convolution and reed soleman codes. In this paper we discuss LDPC codes, a new coding proposal that use higher order modulation with a goal of 30% throughput increases for the same bandwidth and power. A QPSK modulation technique is studied where the coded bits of an irregular LDPC codes are passed directly to a modulator.
|Alternate Multi Path Routing Architecture for ATM Networks
Sanyam Agarwal, Dr. A.K.Gautam
Abstract:The requirement of bulk data transmission is increasing with the rapid growth in computing and networking. To satisfy the growth an advanced high speed network is required. The major points to be worked for maintaining of high speed are route selection and route utilization . The mechanism of routing may provide the optimal route in hierarchical network environment from the perception of maximizing of network environment by the usage of maximum resources. In this paper, an Alternate multipath routing mechanism and the architecture to search the multiple paths from the source to destination is given.
|Error Detection and Correction:Viterbi Mechanism
Vikas Gupta, Dr. Chanderkant Verma
Abstract: In most communication system whether wired or wireless convolutional encoders are used and AWGN introduces errors during transmission. Various error correcting and controlling mechanisms are present. In this paper all mechanisms are studied and best mechanism on the basis of accuracy, complexity and power consumption is selected. There should be trade off between complexity of hardware and power consumption in decoder
|A Comparative Study of Achievement in Life Science 0f 10th Class Students by Using Lecture Method or Lecture-Cum-Demonstration Method
Dr. Jitender Singh, Mukesh Rani, Dr. Pooja
Abstract: The seekers of truth in India have always collaborated in the pursuit of knowledge. History of science reveals that Indian people have contributed to scientific knowledge which laid the foundation of our present day science. Not only in the field of physical world. Science has entered into our daily life. Science has explored all the hidden treasures from the nature. Science in the field of medicine has increased the average age of human beings on the earth.
|A Study of Burnout among Secondary School Teachers in Relation to their Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Commitment
Dr Pooja, Upasna Chhabra
Abstract: Emotional exhaustion refers to the depletion of psychic energy or draining of emotional resources. Depersonalization denotes the development of negative, cynical attitudes towards the recipients of one’s service. Reduced personal accomplishment is the tendency of the employee to evaluate his/her work negatively, an evaluation that is often accompanied by feelings of insufficiency.
|A Study of Leadership Preference and Teaching Aptitude of Pupil Teachers
Dr. Pooja, Mukesh Tanwar
Abstract: The role envisaged for the learner is that of a seeker of knowledge rather than the recipient as is traditionally insisted upon in our educational contexts. In order to realize this end, as also hinted in the NCF (2005), search for a new leadership style for teacher educators is urgently called for.
|MATLAB as a Development Environment for Mathematics Functions & Graphs in GUI
Er.Amrit Kaur , Harpreet Kaur
Abstract: MATLAB is a software that provides a high level programming language, many mathematic libraries and easy implementable Graphic User Interface mechanisms. This paper presents information on wide aspects of the mathematics functions, computer graphics, introduction to MATLAB, GUI and its mathematics Toolbox. This paper focuses on the methods of creating a GUI using built-in GUIDE tool. Mathematics computational model is created with the help of GUIDE tool which performs various mathematic operations, trigonometric functions, logarithmic and exponentional functions, factorial of number , fibonacci series, plotting 2-D and 3-D graphs
|Deployment Strategy of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Network
Jasvinder Singh, Er. Vivek Thapar, Er.Amit Kamra
Abstract: Wireless sensor networks have developed as most innovative research topic due to the development of sensor devices, as well as wireless communication technologies. Wireless networks of sensor nodes are envisioned to be deployed in the physical environment to monitor a wide variety of real-world phenomena. Wireless sensor networks (WSN’s) are becoming popular in military and civilian applications such as surveillance, monitoring, disaster recovery, home automation and many others. A sensor networks is defined as being composed of a large number of nodes which are deployed densely in close proximity to the phenomenon to be monitored. It usually randomly deployed in wide application areas such as disaster areas, polluted environments, and military operations where battery replacement or recharge is difficult. For this reason, network lifetime is to crucial aspect in WSN. In this paper we present the deployment strategies of WSN’s to gain better sensing, transmitting and computational power according to the application scenario.
|Simulation Model for Software Reuse
Kanwaljeet Kaur, Er. Vivek Thapar
Abstract: Reusability is the likelihood a segment of source code that can be used again to add new functionalities with slight or no modification. Reusable modules and classes reduce implementation time, increase the likelihood that prior testing and use has eliminated bugs and localizes code modifications when a change in implementation is required. Software reuse is the process of implementing or updating software systems using existing software assets. Reuse is the application of existing solution to new problems.In this paper we calculate the efforts of different type of project with reusability and without reusability and we also calculate the mean relative error between original effort and calculated efforts.
|Intrusion Detection System in Wireless Sensor Network
Jasvinder Singh, Er. Vivek Thapar
Abstract: Security is a significant concern for many sensor network applications. Intrusion detection is one method of defending against attacks A Wireless Sensor Network consist of large group of Sensor nodes that, senses specified parameter(s) related to environment; processes data locally or in a distributed manner and route the processed information to the central Base station. The Base station analyzes received information and initiates suitable response if required. In this paper we are taking the scenario for military setup, where it requires tight security to protect deployment area form an intruders, malicious attackers for entering in the restricted premises and compromising its security.In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of a system capable of effective deployment of sensor, detecting intruders. In addition we also evaluate the energy consumed for detection and routing information towards the Base Station.
|Psychological Correlates of Academic Achievement among Adolescents
Rupinder Kaur Gulati, Jasmine Kaur
Abstract: The psychological correlate of academic achievement i.e. academic stress and academic hardiness has been considered very important for children’s grooming academic achievement. Present study was conducted to explore and evaluate the impact of academic stress and academic hardiness on the academic achievement of the adolescents. Academic achievement of the adolescent has been taken as a dependent variable. In the Present study a convenient sample of 300 students studying in 9th class in various Govt. and Private Schools of Patiala district was taken giving due representation to gender and type of school. The indigenously designed questionnaire was used to collect the data. T-test and correlation were applied to assess the significance of the results. Hence the present study is a humble effort to explore academic stress and academic hardiness as correlates of academic achievement among adolescents.