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Evolving a New Software Development Life Cycle Model SDLC-2013 with Client Satisfaction
Naresh Kumar,Dr. A. S. Zadgaonkar,Abhinav Shukla
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: In the era of software development there exist a large number of Models to develop software. Each model has its own characteristics, limitations and working environment. According to the requirements, software industry people use different models to develop different software. There are various models but none of them is capable to address the issues of client satisfaction. In this paper we develop a new model (SDLC-2013) for software development that lays special emphasis on client satisfaction and also tries to fulfil the objective of the Software Engineering of developing high quality product within schedule and budget. The new proposed model is designed in such a way that it allows client and developer to interact freely with each other in order to understand and implement requirements in a better way.
Estimation of Software Quality by using fuzzy (FIS)
Pinky Chandwal,Dr. A. S. Zadgaonkar,Abhinav Shukla
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: As software are being used in more and more critical areas, therefore quality of software becomes a very important factor for business and human safety. Estimation of software quality is the key for achieving a high quality product. Quality of software is associated with number of quality attributes and estimation of software quality involves broad views and various perspectives which might involve natural description, in linguistic terms. Linguistic terms are more convenient to use when human express the subjectivity and imprecision of their evolution but these linguistic variables involve ambiguity and vagueness. Since fuzzy logic deals with the ambiguity, imprecision and vagueness therefore this study proposes the applicability of fuzzy along with ISO 9126 quality model for developing quality estimation framework.
Synchronization of pairwise-coupled, identical, relaxation oscillators based on metal-insulator phase transition devices: A Model Study
Abhinav Parihar,Nikhil Shukla,Suman Datta,Arijit Raychowdhury
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1063/1.4906783
Abstract: Computing with networks of synchronous oscillators has attracted wide-spread attention as novel materials and device topologies have enabled realization of compact, scalable and low-power coupled oscillatory systems. Of particular interest are compact and low-power relaxation oscillators that have been recently demonstrated using MIT (metal- insulator-transition) devices using properties of correlated oxides. This paper presents an analysis of the dynamics and synchronization of a system of two such identical coupled relaxation oscillators implemented with MIT devices. We focus on two implementations of the oscillator: (a) a D-D configuration where complementary MIT devices (D) are connected in series to provide oscillations and (b) a D-R configuration where it is composed of a resistor (R) in series with a voltage-triggered state changing MIT device (D). The MIT device acts like a hysteresis resistor with different resistances in the two different states. The synchronization dynamics of such a system has been analyzed with purely charge based coupling using a resistive (Rc) and a capacitive (Cc) element in parallel. It is shown that in a D-D configuration symmetric, identical and capacitively coupled relaxation oscillator system synchronizes to an anti-phase locking state, whereas when coupled resistively the system locks in phase. Further, we demonstrate that for certain range of values of Rc and Cc, a bistable system is possible which can have potential applications in associative computing. In D-R configuration, we demonstrate the existence of rich dynamics including non-monotonic flows and complex phase relationship governed by the ratios of the coupling impedance. Finally, the developed theoretical formulations have been shown to explain experimentally measured waveforms of such pairwise coupled relaxation oscillators.
Comparing Writing Styles using Word Embedding and Dynamic Time Warping
Abhinav Tushar,Abhinav Dahiya
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: The development of plot or story in novels is reflected in the content and the words used. The flow of sentiments, which is one aspect of writing style, can be quantified by analyzing the flow of words. This study explores literary works as signals in word embedding space and tries to compare writing styles of popular classic novels using dynamic time warping.
Synthesis of Tin Oxide Thick Film and Its Investigation as a LPG Sensor at Room Temperature  [PDF]
Tripti Shukla
Journal of Sensor Technology (JST) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jst.2012.23015
Abstract: Present paper reports the synthesis of SnO2, its characterization and performance as Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Sensor. XRD pattern revealed the tetragonal crystalline nature of the material. Crystallites sizes were in the range 14 - 30 nm. Tin oxide thick film was prepared by using screen printing technique. After that these were investigated through SEM. SEM image of thick-film surface was spherical in shape and porous. Further at room temperature, the film was exposed to LPG in a controlled gas chamber and variations in resistance with the concentrations of LPG were observed. The maximum value of average sensitivity of thick film was 37 MΩ/min for 5 vol. % of LPG. Sensor responses as a function of exposure and response times were also estimated and maximum sensor response were found 273 and 312 for 4 and 5 vol. % of LPG respectively.
Bridging science and conscience (or growing up on research ethics!)
Abhinav Vaidya
Journal of Kathmandu Medical College , 2013, DOI: 10.3126/jkmc.v2i3.9933
Abstract: Not available. Journal of Kathmandu Medical College? Vol. 2, No. 3, Issue 5, Jul.-Sep., 2013 Page: 109-111 Uploaded date : 2/28/2014 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jkmc.v2i3.9933
Contribution of Kaluza-Klein modes to vacuum energy in models with large extra dimensions $&$ the Cosmological constant
Abhinav Gupta
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: In this paper, the generation of topological energy in models with large extra dimensions is investigated. The origin of this energy is attributed to a topological deformation of the standard Minkowski vacuum due to compactification of extra dimensions. This deformation is seen to give rise to an effective, finite energy density due to massive Kaluza-Klein modes of gravitation. It's renormalized value is seen to depend on the size of the extra dimensions instead of the UV cut-off of the theory. It is shown that if this energy density is to contribute to the observed cosmological constant, there will be extremely stringent bounds on the number of extra dimensions and their size.
K3 surfaces associated with curves of genus two
Abhinav Kumar
Mathematics , 2007, DOI: 10.1093/imrn/rnm165
Abstract: It is known (work of Galluzzi, Lombardo, Dolgachev and Naruki) that there is a unique K3 surface X which corresponds to a genus 2 curve C such that X has a Shioda-Inose structure with quotient birational to the Kummer surface of the Jacobian of C. In this paper we give an explicit realization of X as an elliptic surface over P^1 with specified singular fibers of type II^* and III^*. We describe how the Weierstrass coefficients are related to the Igusa-Clebsch invariants of C.
Hilbert modular surfaces for square discriminants and elliptic subfields of genus 2 function fields
Abhinav Kumar
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We compute explicit rational models for some Hilbert modular surfaces corresponding to square discriminants, by connecting them to moduli spaces of elliptic K3 surfaces. Since they parametrize decomposable principally polarized abelian surfaces, they are also moduli spaces for genus-2 curves covering elliptic curves via a map of fixed degree. We thereby extend classical work of Jacobi, Hermite, Bolza etc., and more recent work of Kuhn, Frey, Kani, Shaska, V\"olklein, Magaard and others, producing explicit families of reducible Jacobians. In particular, we produce a birational model for the moduli space of pairs (C,E) of a genus 2 curve C and elliptic curve E with a map of degree n from C to E, as well as the universal family over the base, for 2 <= n <= 11. We also analyze the resulting models from the point of view of arithmetic geometry, and produce some interesting curves on them.
Elliptic fibrations on a generic Jacobian Kummer surface
Abhinav Kumar
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.1090/S1056-3911-2014-00620-2
Abstract: We describe all the elliptic fibrations with section on the Kummer surface X of the Jacobian of a very general curve C of genus 2 over an algebraically closed field of characteristic 0, modulo the automorphism group of X and the symmetric group on the Weierstrass points of C. In particular, we compute elliptic parameters and Weierstrass equations for the 25 different fibrations and analyze the reducible fibers and Mordell-Weil lattices. This answers completely a question posed by Kuwata and Shioda in 2008.
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