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Analyzing the Impact of Different Factors on Software Cost Estimation in Today’s Scenario  [PDF]
Deepa Gangwani, Saurabh Mukherjee
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2015.85025
Abstract: Software cost estimation is a main concern of the software industry. However, the fact is also that in today’s scenario, software industries are more interested in other issues like new technologies in the market, shorter development time, skill shortage etc. They are actually deviating from critical issues to routine issues. Today, people expect high quality products at very low costs and same is the goal of software engineering. An accuracy in software cost estimation has a direct impact on company’s reputation and also affects the software investment decisions. Accurate cost estimation can minimize the unnecessary costs and increase the productivity and efficiency of the company. The objective of this paper is to identify the existing methods of software cost estimation prevailing in the market and analyzing some of the important factors impacting the software cost estimation process. In order to achieve the objective, a survey was conducted to find out:

Nature of projects that companies prefer.

Impact of training on employees in software cost estimation.

How many people review the estimated cost?

How much risk buffer the company keeps for future prospects?

COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE EXPLORATION OF AODV, DSDV & DSR ROUTING PROTOCOL IN CLUSTER BASED VANET ENVIRONMENT
Yatendra Mohan Sharma,Saurabh Mukherjee
International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) is self-organizing wheeled networks that enable communication in between high speed moving road vehicles like cars, trucks, busses etc. in VANET network each vehicle behave as a mobile node and can be move in any direction with varying speeds that makes highly dynamic environment. The existing mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) routing protocol are unsuitable for VANET because of frequently change in mobility pattern and topology of this network. In last few years many ideas has come and implemented in this area but still there is scope of modernization. The reconstruction of existing protocol or introducing new idea of routing in VANET environment will be a milestone and the performance evaluation will be a nice approach towards that. In this paper we evaluate performance of AODV, DSDV and DSR routing protocol on the basis performance metric packet delivery ratio, end to end delay, and throughput of the network, in the cluster based VANET environment with increasing the number of mobile nodes. The Simulation studies are conducted using NS2.
ANALYSIS OF IMAGERY-PRODUCING TECHNIQUES FOR DETECTION OF ANTI-PERSONNEL LANDMINES COVERED BY SHALLOW VEGETATION AND/OR SOIL - A HUMANITARIAN APPROACH
KHANDAKAR FARIDAR RAHMAN,,DR. SAURABH MUKHERJEE
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The present paper provides a critical review about the various techniques in the detection of antipersonnel landmines used the recent past (from 1999 onwards). We have taken into consideration onlythose techniques which produce some kind of image and have been beneficial in detection of landmines hidden in shallow vegetation or soil. Our aim is to identify and analyse the effectiveness of suchtechniques in humanitarian de-mining operations in the developing countries where mine clearing prove to be very difficult due to lack of proper facilities and presence of huge population. Most of the images used and experimental results reproduced in this paper have been taken from existing works.
A Survey of Middleware in different languages for Ubiquitous Services
Neha Sharma,,Usha Batra,,Saurabh Mukherjee
International Journal of Advanced Computer Research , 2013,
Abstract: The advent of abrupt advancement in technologyand availability of numerous applications has madeit imperative to adopt a technology that is felicitousfor every domain. There exists a huge count oftechnologies working in all domains. The transientnature of technology itself is a reason for it beingobsolete. Enterprise application development (EAI)solutions support many on-going projects rangingfrom proprietary, open or academic projects toscientific experiments. After analysing variousmiddleware, we agreed on the fact that a languageworks best in a specific domain but may not beamicable with other domains. The rapidaugmentation in technology and unstablerequirements are responsible for having dearth inlanguages. Therefore, succinctly the environment isunstable and will be in future as well. This researchdiscusses middleware technologies available invarious languages.In this paper, on the basis ofliterature survey we present a comparative analysisof their features, flexibility, scalability and trade-offs and making it impeccable at some extent iswhat we aspire.
Can Oil Float Completely Submerged in Water?
Saurabh Nath,Anish Mukherjee,Souvick Chatterjee
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Droplet formation in a system of two or more immiscible fluids is a celebrated topic of research in the fluid mechanics community. In this work, we propose an innovative phenomenon where oil when injected drop-wise into a pool of water moves towards the air-water interface where it floats in a fully submerged condition. The configuration, however, is not stable and a slight perturbation to the system causes the droplet to burst and float in partially submerged condition. The droplet contour is analyzed using edge detection. Temporal variation of a characteristic length of the droplet is analyzed using MATLAB image processing. The constraint of small Bond Number established the assumption of lubrication regime in the thin gap. A brief theoretical formulation also showed the temporal variation of the gap thickness
An Analysis of Real Time Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks
Sandhya Bansal,,Dr Dimple Juneja,,Dr Saurabh Mukherjee
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: Recent advances in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN’s) have lead to rapid development of real time applications. Many routing protocols are designed for these applications where timely delivery of the message is of utmost importance. This paper presents comparative analysis of various existing real time routing protocols in wireless sensor etworks, emphasizing their strengths and weaknesses and variouschallenges have been highlighted for future research.
Design Of Wide Band Microstrip Bandstop Filter With Open-Circuited Stubs For Wireless Communication Applications
Sandeep Mukherjee,Sayantika Bhattacharjee,Debabrata Poddar,Suman Saurabh
International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Filters play an important role in most RF and Microwave applications. Currently, the electromagnetic spectrum is limited, and the applications are restricted to occupy just a portion of frequency range without affecting the equipment working out of band and also, without being affected by adjacent devices. Emerging applications such as wireless communications continue challenging RF/Microwave filters performance with even more stringent requirements, higher performance, smaller size, lighter weights, and low cost. Depending on the requirements and specifications, filters can mainly be designed with lumped or distributed elements. This paper describes the design of a newly proposed wide band micro strip band stop filter with open circuited stubs. This paper represents the design, simulation and fabrication of wideband bandstop filter using microstrip which is designed to have a center frequency of 2.5GHz. The filter is fabricated on a FR-4 substrate having dielectric constant
Ex Ante Inequality and Under-Nutrition Vulnerability Dynamics: Case Study of the Sundarbans Delta Region, West Bengal, India  [PDF]
Moumita Mukherjee
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.520207
Abstract: In this paper ex ante inequality measure is used to estimate inequality in childhood chronic under-nutrition among different vulnerable subgroups. Ex ante inequality in nutritional achievement is determined by estimating Concentration Index by ranking the sample population as per different contextual absolute and predicted vulnerabilities. Such vulnerabilities include climatic shock induced asset loss, livelihood insecurity, physical accessibility and consumption sacrifice after treatment seeking of children for under-nutrition related morbidities and perception of care givers regarding quality and effectiveness of care provided by unqualified providers. Results found that vulnerability to consumption poverty aggravated chronic under-nutrition among less vulnerable groups mainly among those who perceived that unqualified providers provided quality service and were very effective during crisis. Whereas, vulnerability to investment poverty due to asset loss aggravates chronic under-nutrition among more vulnerable groups as their low economic resilience against any safety net results in no treatment seeking but rely on home remedies to cure the child. Though due to good social cohesion, traditional knowledge and beliefs for treatment are shared among each other but this is not sufficient to break the under-nutrition morbidity vicious circle, especially when the under-nutrition is chronic in nature. So the paper finally suggests several policy suggestions for different vulnerable segments.
Poverty Reduction and Pattern of Chronic Childhood Under-Nutrition in India: How Far Does the Link Exist?  [PDF]
Moumita Mukherjee
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2014.520208
Abstract: In spite of an established link between poverty and under-nutrition in India, fall in under-nutrition is sluggish with fall in poverty. This research paper aims to seek answer on the effect of poverty decline on child under-nutrition in India over a period of one and a half decades. After examining the extent of association between poverty reduction and reciprocal changes in child under-nutrition, the paper found that although there was a definite influence of poverty levels on child under-nutrition at the state-level, the strength of the impact was not very high. This possibly explains why improvements in nutritional status among children have failed to keep up pace with steady reduction in mass poverty across the states in the last couple of decades. The results also strongly reiterate the magnificent role of child’s healthcare utilization and higher public spending which can help to capitalize on the increase in economic capabilities at the household level, resulting from robust economic growth and alleviation of endemic poverty.
Sites of Desire: Chandrapore-Mayapore-Jummapur: Race, Sexuality and Law in Colonial India  [PDF]
Tutun Mukherjee
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/als.2017.55010
Abstract: The three selected texts by E. M. Forster, 1924 (A Passage to India Forster, 1924), Paul Scott, 1983 (Jewel in the Crown 1983), and Top Stoppard, 1995 (Indian Ink 1995) explore the complex interweaving of race, sexuality and law in colonial India suggesting the interpolation of subliminal desire that affected the relationship of the colonizers and the colonized. This essay focuses upon the intervention of race and sex in these narratives that defined the relationship between the colonizer and the colonized which have not be adequately discussed earlier. The narratives reveal the fraught and ambiguous attitude of the British colonizers towards the “natives” as objects of sexual desire though infected by the threat of racial contamination and miscegenation. Hence, such relations were either to be shunned or controlled by law. It has also been suggested that imperial administration may have used “sexual relations” as central political mechanism to control its subject population. The point to note is that the sexual gaze was in many instances reciprocal and the colonizer was also an object of desire for the colonized. The selected narratives explore three sites where the play of desire and their culmination take place.
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