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Study the effectiveness of genetic algorithm for documentary subject search
V. K. Ivanov,B. V. Palyukh
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: This article presents results of experimental studies the effectiveness of the genetic algorithm that was applied to effective queries creation and relevant document selection. Studies were carried out to the comparative analysis of the semantic relevance and quality ranking of the documents found on the Internet in various ways. Analysis of the results shows that the greatest effect of presented technology is achieved by finding new documents for skilled users in the initial stages of the study of the topic. Additionally, the number of unique and relevant results is significantly increased.
Approaches to the Intelligent Subject Search
V. K. Ivanov,B. V. Palyukh,A. N. Sotnikov
Computer Science , 2015, DOI: 10.15439/978-83-60810-57-6
Abstract: This article presents main results of the pilot study of approaches to the subject information search based on automated semantic processing of mass scientific and technical data. The authors focus on technology of building and qualification of search queries with the following filtering and ranking of search data. Software architecture, specific features of subject search and research results application are considered.
A validated, related substance, GC method for 1,4-cyclohexanedione mono-ethylene Ketal  [PDF]
B. Karthikeyan, V. Srinivasan
Journal of Biophysical Chemistry (JBPC) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jbpc.2010.11009
Abstract: ABSTRACT A simple, economic, and time-efficient related substance, GC method has been developed for the analysis of 1,4-Cyclohexanedione mono- ethylene ketal(will be specified as ketal) in the presence of a potential impurity 1,4-cyclohexa- nedione bis (ethylene ketal) [will be specified as diketal]. Successful chromatographic separa- tion of the ketal from the impurity was achieved on a DBWAX ETR, 30 m x 0.32 mm x 1.0μ FT column with nitrogen as carrier gas and FID detector. The method was validated for linearity, accuracy, precision, and specificity and can be used for quality control during manufacture of ketal. A validated GC method is reported for the ketal for the first time.
Triple-Polarized Multi-User Mimo-Idma System under Correlated Fading Channel  [PDF]
B. Partibane, V. Nagarajan
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2016.78141
Abstract: A multiple-input multiple-output interleave division multiple access (MIMO-IDMA) system withTriple Polarized Division Multiplexing (TPDM) is presented in this paper. The present methodology replaces three independent linearly polarized antennas with a single triple polarized antenna at both the transmitter and receiver. The users in the communication link are accommodated and separated using a user-specific interleaver combined with low rate spreading sequence. To eliminate the effects of multi-stream interference (MSI), minimum mean square error (MMSE) algorithm based on successive interference cancellation (SIC) Multi-user detection (MUD) technique is employed at the receiver. Furthermore, log-maximum a posteriori probability (MAPP) decoding algorithm is implemented at the mobile stations (MSs) to overcome the effects of multi-user interference (MUI) effects. The paper also evaluates the effects of coded MIMO-IDMA in the downlink communication by adopting the Stanford University Interim (SUI) and Long-term Evolution (LTE)channel model specifications. In comparison with the traditional uncoded system, the presentsolution considering turbo coded triple-polarized MIMO-IDMA system with iterative decoding algorithm provides better bit error rate (BER) with reduced signal to noise ratio (SNR). The simulation results also show that though the SNR requirement is higher for the proposed technique compared to the conventional uni-polarized antenna based MIMO-IDMA system, it gives the advantages of achieving higher data rate with reduced cost and space requirements in the context of a downlink (DL).
Neutrino as Specific Magnetic ϒ-Quantum  [PDF]
B. V. Vasiliev
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2017.83023
Abstract: In the present work, the consideration is being given to the possibility that neutrinos are specific magnetic γ-quanta (magnetic solitons), devoid electric components. It is shown that the creation of these magnetic γ-quanta in the empty space (in the ether) can be understood on the basis of standard Maxwell theory. As a rule, electrodynamics states that the electromagnetic waves are created by oscillations of dipoles. These waves have obligatorily electric and magnetic components. A magnetic γ-quantum radiates when a nuclear reaction creates a relativistic particle possessing a magnetic moment that the original particle does not have. Due to the lack of magnetic monopoles in nature, magnetic γ-quanta weakly interact with matter. This property allows to identify them with neutrinos. This concept finds confirmation in the fact that by following it we get a new insight into the nature of π-meson and μ-meson, and become able to calculate their masses with a good precision. It is supposed needed to repeat the Lederman’s experiment at low energy of neutrinos.
Shades of FDI Capital, Business Group Affiliation and Excess Value Creation  [PDF]
? Kunal, B. V. Phani
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.815216
Abstract: This research work is focused on effect of business group affiliation on firm with different shades of FDI capital such as technology, capital and competitiveness defined on the basis of FDI policy tools designed by Indian policy makers. The analysis reveals negative effect of business group affiliation on excess value created by firm using competitiveness shaded FDI capital. This empirical evidence supports that tunneling effect of business group affiliation is highly significant in a firm with competitiveness shaded FDI capital. Once, profitability, asset utilization and growth opportunity is controlled, the tunneling effect of business group affiliation becomes highly significant in firm irrespective of the shades of FDI capital. This is in support of study reported by Bertrand et al. (2002) claiming that tunneling effect is part of non-operating profit. There is strong evidence that FDI investors’ fund is expropriated by domestic business group when host economy has sufficient capital and technology and foreign investor is intending to create excess value on account of their higher efficiency.
Radioactivity of nuclei in a centrifugal force field  [PDF]
O. B Khavroshkin, V. V Tsyplakov
Natural Science (NS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2011.38097
Abstract: Radioactivity of nuclei in a centrifugal force field of an ultracentrifuge is considered for heavy radioactive nuclei, i.e., for the same nuclei, but with a significant virtual mass thousands of times larger than the actual mass and is characterized by an angular momentum. As the nucleus leaves the centrifugal force field, the virtual mass disappears, but the spin number appears and/or changes. The role of centrifugal and gravitational forces in radioactive decay of nuclei is studied. According to the terminology of western researchers, such a virtual mass state is called the dynamic gravitation which is more adequate. The oscillator and possible changes in the nucleus state are considered under conditions of dynamic gravitation and taking into account features of atomic nucleus physics. To a first approximation, the drop model of the nucleus was used, in which shape fluctuations have much in common with geophysical and astrophysical analogues. Shape fluctuations of analogues strongly depend on the gravitational force g defined by their mass (or nucleus mass). Experiments were performed by radiometric measurements of transbaikalian uranium ore (1.5 g) with known composition in a centrifuge at various rotation rates or gravitational forces g. The existence of characteristic times or the effect of rotation frequencies (i.e., g) on atomic nuclei, which, along with the nucleus type itself, controls the nucleus response to perturbation (stability increase or decay), is found statistically significant.
Sun, Earth, radioactive ore: Common periodicity  [PDF]
O. B. Khavroshkin, V. V. Tsyplakov
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.59123

The study of natural radioactivity of objects which are able to change their temporal timing feature is presented. It is of interest to compare the latest data on the activity of the Sun and the periodicity of solar neutrinos and the temporal characteristics of the radioactive source. That is, to conduct a search for the possible influence of external sources for radioactivity. There are cycles 5 min, 18 min and 53 min found in solar physics. The cycle of 27 days corresponds to the activity of the Sun. During of the solar activeity these temporal pulsations are lost in a strong variation of solar wind (Neugebauer, NASA). The Stanford University scientists (P. Starrek, G. Valter and M. Vitlend) have found the cycle of 28.4 days as pulsations of the solar neutrinos. Neutrinos come from the depths of the Sun and they tell about the frequency of oscillations of solar bowels. It is also seen online: Kostyantynivska L. V. Solar activity. Search experiment is better to have a known but modified experiment. Experiments on monitoring natural radioactivity and the possible influence from the Sun were previously carried out by measuring the variations of the gamma-ray sample of ore from the TransBaikal uranium deposit; the characteristics of the sample are known. The spectrum of temporal variations in the activity of the sample Zabaikalskaya radioactive ore contains peaks which coincide with the period of natural oscillations of the Sun. The capture cross section of the radioactive heavy deformed nucleus in time decay increases in many orders and is able to interact with the stream of solar neutrinos which are modulated by own oscillations of the Sun. The picks of spectrum of long-period oscillations of the Earth exceed its own contain peaks that match the value with an accuracy of 1% 3% with peaks of its own oscillations of the Sun. The mechanism of excitation of these oscillations is similar to the nature of variations in the activity of a radioactive sample of ore. These effects are included in the mechanisms of interaction of the Earth—the Sun systems and impact on seismicity; search problem of existing natural nuclear reactor inside Earth core.

Experimental Investigations and Theoretical Modeling Aspects in Column Studies for Removal of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Solutions Using Activated Tamarind Seeds  [PDF]
Suresh Gupta, B. V. Babu
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2010.28081
Abstract: Continuous adsorption experiments are conducted using fixed-bed adsorption column to evaluate the performance of the adsorbent developed (from activated tamarind seeds) for the removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solutions and the results obtained are validated with a model developed in this study. The effects of significant parameters such as flow rate, mass of adsorbent, and initial Cr(VI) concentration are studied and breakthrough curves are obtained. As the flow rate increases from 10 to 20 mL min-1, the breakthrough time decreases from 210 to 80 min. As the mass of adsorbent increases, breakthrough time gets delayed. The breakthrough times are obtained as 110, 115 and 210 min for 15, 20 and 25 g of activated tamarind seeds. As the initial Cr(VI) concentration increases from 100 to 200 mgL-1, the break point time decreases from 210 to 45 min. The process parameters for fixed-bed adsorption such as breakthrough time, total percentage removal of Cr(VI), adsorption exhaustion rate and fraction of unused bed length are calculated and the performance of fixed-bed adsorption column is analyzed. The mechanism for Cr(VI) adsorption on activated tamarind seeds is proposed. At low value of solution pH (= 1), the increase in Cr(VI) adsorption is due to the electrostatic attraction between positively charged groups of activated tamarind seeds and the HCrO4-. A mathematical model for fixed-bed adsorption column is proposed by incorporating the effect of velocity variation along the bed length in the existing model. Pore and surface diffusion models are used to describe the intra-particle mechanism for Cr(VI) adsorption. The breakthrough curve obtained theoretically from pore diffusion model and surface diffusion model are compared with experimental results for different operating conditions. The standard deviation values obtained for pore diffusion model and solid diffusion model are 0.111 and 0.214 respectively.
Connecting Productivity with Social Capital via Daily Mobile Phone Logs  [PDF]
B. Padmaja, V. V. Rama Prasad, K. V. N. Sunitha
Social Networking (SN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2016.52007
Abstract: Human behavior and their social interactions can be quantified and modeled with the use of smart phones and any wearable badges which senses and captures real-life interactions. In traditional social sciences, such information was gathered by conducting surveys. However in digital era, smart phones are regarded as a popular tool which automatically senses much human information to quantify our lives. Reality mining gives a clear picture of a human being and its social relations. Social Network Analysis (SNA) is a powerful research tool which provides a comprehensive analysis on ego-alters communications with their individual productivity within a community. In this paper, various popular measures of social network analysis have used to study a closed community through their mobile call logs for a period of time. We experimented various social network measures both on daily basis and also over a period of time. The pattern shows that the relationships and interaction between ego-alter ties have more productive benefits. Using Pearsoncorrelation analysis, we observed that significant (positive) correlation exists between various network properties and their productivity. Results showed that degree (size) has the strongest positive correlation with average productivity, followed by effective size, efficiency, constraint, hierarchy, and k-core of an individual. Density and betweenness centrality have a weak, negative correlation with productivity. Hence social capital has a significant influence on human productivity.
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