Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99


Any time

2019 ( 1 )

2018 ( 9 )

2017 ( 6 )

2015 ( 113 )

Custom range...

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 1909 matches for " Pramod Rokade and Rakesh Deore "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /1909
Display every page Item
?Shashibala Rao, Bharti Gawali, Mehrotra S.C., Pramod Rokade and Rakesh Deore
Advances in Computational Research , 2012,
Abstract: This paper focuses on number recognition from feature extracted using Electroencephalogram (EEG) readings. EEG signals were recorded at Department of Computer Science and IT, Dr. B. A. M. University, India, from 6 volunteer subjects. A random number generator Graphics User Interface was developed in VB7. It is used to display numbers from 0 to 9 which worked as Visually Evoked Potential (VEP) for the experiment. The database of 6 male right-handed subjects in the age group of (20-25) was created and used as training data set. By exposing the same set of subjects to the GUI again, new EEG recordings were collected. This new set of EEG readings was considered as testing data set. The testing data was searched and matched with trained data set for recognizing pattern of each number. The experiments were conducted by concentrating on Beta signal and Linear discriminate analysis (LDA) was implemented to classify the data. The recognition rate observed was different for different numbers. Overall recognition rate observed was 68.33%. It is also seen that there exist a unique pattern for each number.
Predicting maximum voluntary ventilation in normal healthy individuals using indirect inspiratory muscle strength measurements: a correlation study  [PDF]
Rohit Sontakke, Mangesh Deore, Dhara Kothari
Health (Health) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/health.2010.24043
Abstract: Maximum Voluntary Ventilation (MVV), one of the components of Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT), has multiple uses. Various factors including the inspiratory muscle strength (IMS) influence its magnitude. Our aim was to quantify the IMS indirectly using an economical and non invasive bedside assessment tool, determine its association with MVV and then develop a predictive equation for MVV. 41 healthy non-athletic physical therapy students participated in the study. IMS measurement was performed with a sphygmomanometer. Average of the three net deflections in sphygmomanometer following deepest possible breaths was taken as indirect measurement of IMS in mm of Hg. MVV was measured according to ATS guidelines using a spirometer. Results from the data analysis revealed a significant correlation between IMS and MVV(r = 0.83, p < 0.001) and the coefficient of determination = 0.68. So, we developed a regression equation: Y = 1.9669(X) + 49.838 with SEE: 13.02L/min and ANOVA for the equation was (F=68.9, p < 0.001). Hence, it can be concluded that a strong correlation between the indirect IMS and MVV was established and a predictive equation to estimate MVV was developed. This equation proved to have a high predictive value with a small error of estimation. This indicates that the value of the indirect IMS measurement obtained using the sphygmomanometer can be used to estimate MVV in normal healthy individuals without the use of a conventional spirometer.
Cell-Vertex Based Multigrid Solution of the Time-Domain Maxwell's Equations
Narendra Deore;Avijit Chatterjee
PIER B , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIERB10062002
Abstract: The time domain Maxwell's equations are numerically solved using a multigrid method in a scattered field formulation and a cell-vertex based finite volume time domain framework. The multilevel method is an adaptation of Ni's [9] cell-vertex based multigrid technique, proposed for accelerating steady state convergence of nonlinear Euler equations of gas dynamics. Accelerated convergence to steady state of the time domain Maxwell's equations, for problems involving electromagnetic scattering, is obtained using multiple grids without the use of additional numerical damping usually required in nonlinear problems. The linear nature of the Maxwell's system also allows for a more accurate representation of the fine-grid problem on the coarse grid.
A Cell-Vertex Finite Volume Time Domain Method for Electromagnetic Scattering
Narendra Deore;Avijit Chatterjee
PIER M , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIERM10022003
Abstract: A cell-vertex based finite volume scheme is used to solve the time-dependentMaxwell's equations and predict electromagnetic scattering from perfectly conducting bodies. The scheme is based on the cell-vertex finite volume integration method, originally proposed by Ni[1], for solution of the two dimensional unsteady Euler equations of gas dynamics. The resulting solution is second-order accurate in space and time, and requires cell based fluctuations to be appropriately distributed to the state vector stored at cell vertices at each time step. Results are presented for two-dimensional canonical shapes and complex three dimensional geometries. Unlike in gas dynamics, no user defined numerical damping is required in this novel cell-vertex based finite volume integration scheme when applied to the time-domain Maxwell's equations.
To Study The Self Concept Among Tribal, Rural And Urban Students
Deore L.D.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Self concept is views to own attitude towards himself Cruch and Cruchfield(1987)explain that component of self concept related with cognitive, affective and behavioralaspect. James Draver(1988) use self and ego simultaneously for self perception. Thevalues like behave with then positively build independently face the problem don't strokenegatively, try to efforts to success, try for excellent. Future orientedness, own decisionmaking, problem of challenge, willing to change and acknowledge your accomplishmentare the important for development with repect to self concept researcher focused on theproblem.
Beherepatil KH and LT Deore*
International Journal of Bioassays , 2013,
Abstract: Among the organisms frequently encountered in investigations of freshwater habitats are members of the genus scenedesmus. Species are delimited on the basis of the size and shape of the cells, as well as position and number of spines, if present. Thirty Two species of Scenedesmus are being identified from different collected samples from different aquatic habitats of Nasik, between Jan 2008 to Dec. 2012. Some species are rare and some are common among them. Scenedesmus acutus f. costulatus (Chodat) Uherkovich is first time reported from Maharashtra.
A Comprehensive Review of Image Enhancement Techniques
Sawant;,Mahentra Deore
International Journal of Computer Technology and Electronics Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: Image enhancement is one of the challenging issues in low level image processing. Various authors proposed various methods such as histogram equalization, multipoint histogram equalizations and pixel dependent contrast preserving, but all these method are not up to marks. Now we proposed a new technique “image pixel interdependency linear perceptron network (IPILP) for image enhancement that provides a better result for contrast enhancement with brightness preservation. Image pixel interdependency linear perceptron network (IPILP) based on curvelet transform and perceptron network. Through curvelet image transform into multiresolution mode. Then find the pixel difference for the dependency of contrast, this difference matrix work as a weight vector for perceptron network and the perceptron network is used to adjust the weight of input image or values. Image pixel interdependency linear perceptron network (IPILP) for contrast enhancement has applied on several images and we have compared the result of our method with other image enhancement methods such as histogram equalization, multi-histogram equalization and IDBPHE. To evaluate the effectiveness of proposed method, we have used the AMBE and PSNR. Absolute mean brightness error (AMBE) is used to measure the degree of brightness preservation. Smaller AMBE is better and Peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR) is used to measure the degree of contrast enhancement, greater PSNR is better. By comparing the AMBE and PSNR of our proposed method with HE, MHE and IDBPHE, we have found that proposed method is better than HE, MHE and IDBPHE.
Entrepreneurship, National Culture & Firm Growth  [PDF]
Rakesh Gupta
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.87090
Abstract: This study talks about the inter-linkage of strategy and entrepreneurship and the emergence of strategic entrepreneurship concept. It explores the overlap between strategy, entrepreneurship and the nature of entrepreneurial strategy making construct (EO). The key purpose of this research is to study the EO construct, which takes into consideration both the strategic and entrepreneurial behavior of the firm and the key dimensions comprising this construct. Lumpkin and Dess’s conceptualized entrepreneurial orientation (EO) construct as comprising of five dimensions, innovativeness, risk-taking, pro-activeness, competitive aggressiveness and autonomy, which vary independently. The study proposes a model linking cultural dimensions and strategic entrepreneurship (EO) and its influence on firm growth. The study puts forward an argument that those countries which display certain cultural aspects will have a strong EO, hence contributing to firm growth.
Body donation in India: a review
Shrikant A. Rokade,B. H. Bahetee
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-6012.ijrms20130814
Abstract: The study of anatomy is inseparable from cadaveric dissection. However scarcity of cadavers is felt all over the world. Body donation is the preferred and major source of cadavers worldwide. It is defined as an informed and free act of giving one s whole body after death for medical education and research. This article gives a brief review of history of body donation. It reveals the details about who can donate and who can accept the body along with procedure followed to donate body in India. It discusses the donors attitude behind body donation and factors preventing people from body donation. It deals with approach of various religions towards body donation. It discusses some important ways to overcome the scarcity of bodies in India and the world. [Int J Res Med Sci 2013; 1(3.000): 173-177]
Female Infanticide in 19th-Century India: A Genocide?  [PDF]
Pramod Kumar Srivastava
Advances in Historical Studies (AHS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ahs.2014.35022
Abstract: In post-colonial India the female foeticide, a practice evolved from customary female infanticide of pre-colonial and colonial period, committed though in separate incidents, has made it almost a unified wave of mass murder. It does not fulfil the widely accepted existing definition of genocide but the high rate of abortion of legitimate girl-foetus by Indian parents makes their crime a kind of group killing or genocide. The female foeticide in post-colonial India is not a modern phenomenon but was also prevalent in pre-colonial India since antiquity as female infanticide and the custom continued in the 19th century in many communities of colonial India, documentation of which are widely available in various archives. In spite of the Act of 1870 passed by the Colonial Government to suppress the practice, treating it a murder and punishing the perpetrators of the crime with sentence of death or transportation for life, the crime of murdering their girl children did not stop. During a period of five to ten years after the promulgation of the Act around 333 cases of female infanticide were tried and 16 mothers were sentenced to death, 133 to transportation for life and others for various terms of rigorous imprisonment in colonial India excluding British Burma and Assam where no such crime was reported. The present paper, on the basis of unpublished proceedings and files of Judicial and Criminal department of nineteenth century and published documents, presents a critical discussion on consideration of such unified wave of customary criminality as a sexually selective genocide, its concepts and location of female infanticide in selective areas dominated by specific patriarchal ethos of Hinduism alone, the religious and economic causes behind formation of a historically reliant peculiar Indian mind set, its nineteenth century encounter with legislative measures of astounded colonial state still responsible for continuation of such criminality in more sophisticated way with the help of modern technology, and historically reliant patriarchal mind set of post-colonial Indian state.
Page 1 /1909
Display every page Item

Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.