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Seroprevalence of bluetongue in north eastern Indian state- Assam
Siddhartha N. Joardar,Biswajit Barkataki,Arkendu Halder,Chandan Lodh
Veterinary World , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/vetworld.2013.196-199
Abstract: Aim: The study was undertaken to assess presence of sub-clinical bluetongue in the state of Assam, one of the un-affected north-eastern state of India. Materials and Methods: Serum samples were collected from apparently healthy as well as suspected sheep, goat and cattle from different districts of Assam encompassing various agro-climatic zones. Anti-BT antibodies were screened in sera using indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (iELISA). Results: Out of total 313 animal serum samples screened (sheep-68, goat-195, cattle-50), 58.82% of sheep, 31.79% of goat and 70.00% of cattle serum samples were found positive. The prevalence of anti-BT antibodies in different agro climatic zones ranged between 31-50%. Conclusion: This study revealed high seroprevalence of bluetongue in cattle, sheep and goats in Assam. Incidence of bluetongue in animals of Assam being not reported so far; the present seroprevalence status of bluetongue in Assam indicates presence of sub-clinical infection in the state for the first time. [Vet World 2013; 6(4.000): 196-199]
Informal Wage, Informal Price and Extortion under Migration and Tariff Reform*  [PDF]
Biswajit Mandal, Saswati Chaudhuri
Modern Economy (ME) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/me.2011.21006
Abstract: In this paper we propose a theoretical model where formal and informal sectors co-exist in tandem. Trade union segregates some labor from being formal. Capital is not allowed to freely move between formal and informal sectors. Using this sort of framework it has been shown that immigration of unskilled workers re-duces the return to informal labor and makes the informal good relatively cheap. A tariff slash also impinges on similar kind of results. In both the cases informal capitalists gain. Moreover, what is more striking is that both migration and tariff reform are equally bad for the economy as a whole since these policies enhance the ‘unproductive’ element or labor in the society which is really costly as these laborers could have been used to produce some more consumable commodities.
Adhesion and Adhesional Friction of Micromechanical Surface Contact
Biswajit Bera
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/jeasci.2011.104.108
Abstract: In this study, a model that predicts the effects of roughness parameters on the adhesion and adhesional friction in MEMS interfaces is presented. The multiasperity contact model is developed based on assumption of Johnson adhesion model. It is found that adhesion and adhesional friction of MEMS surfaces increases with increment of smoothness of surfaces. Very smooth surface contact produces high adhesive force and adhesional friction force whereas rough surface supports high external force through high asperity deformation.
A Comparison Study on Selective Traffic Models with Handoff Management Scheme for Wireless Mobile Network Infrastructure
Biswajit Bhowmik
International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Wireless and Mobile Network Infrastructure services generally examine how different infrastructure providers are positioning themselves to compete in wireless services. These services analyze the opportunities and challenges facing by the infrastructure providers selling to wireless and mobile network operators worldwide. The opportunities and challenges are the review of strategies, market positioning, and future direction in the market for wireless and mobile network infrastructure. The service covers all generations of wireless and mobile network infrastructure: 2G, 2.5G, 3G, and 4G so on global in scope. Majority of the users are mobile while availing these services. Mobility is the most important feature of any wireless and mobile network. Usually, continuous service is achieved by supporting handoff from one cell to another. Poorly designed handoff schemes tend to generate very heavy signaling traffic and, thereby, lead to a dramatic decrease in quality of service. In this paper we make a comparison study on some selective traffic models with priority handoff scheme. The study shows how a handoff procedure has a significant impact on wireless mobile network performance on the basis of two primary criteria – Blocking probability of originating calls and the forced termination probability of ongoing calls. In addition to this the study shows arrival rate of handoff calls, and approximate number of mobile users that get serviced by underlying base station.
Simplified Optimal Parenthesization Scheme for Matrix Chain Multiplication Problem using Bottom-up Practice in 2-Tree Structure
Biswajit BHOWMIK
Journal of Applied Computer Science & Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: Dynamic Programming is one of the sledgehammers of the algorithms craft in optimizations. The versatility of the dynamic programming method is really appreciated by exposure to a wide variety of applications. In this paper a modified algorithm is introduced to provide suitable procedure that ensures how to multiply a chain of matrices. The model Optimal Parenthesization Scheme using 2-Tree Generation (OPS2TG) acts as one relevancies of the proposed algorithm. A new approach for how to break the matrix chain and how to insert parenthesis in it is also designed in this model. The comparison study between the proposed model and the classical approach shows acceptance of the model suggested here.
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The massive increase in computation power over the last few decades has substantially enhanced our ability to solve complex problems with their performance evaluations in diverse areas of science and engineering. With the recent developments in the field of optimizations, these methods are now become lucrative to make decisions. Dynamic Programming is one of the elegant algorithm design standards and is powerful tool which yields classic algorithms for a variety of combinatorial optimization problems. In this paper fundamental working principles, major area of applications of this approach has been introduced. The strengths which make it more prevailing than the others is also opened up. Focusing the imperative drawbacks afterward comparison study of this algorithm design technique in this paper brings a general awareness to the implementation strategies.
Biswajit Biswal
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Modified release tablet are coated or uncoated tablet containing auxiliary substance or prepared by the procedure that, separately or together are design to modify the rate or place at which the active ingredient are released. Modified release (MR) DDS is an attempt to sustain drug blood concentration at relatively constant and effective level in the body by spatial placement or temporal delivery. Thus controlled release drug delivery system (CRDDS) offer various advantages viz. reduce blood level fluctuations, minimize drug accumulation, employ less total drug, improve patient compliance, and minimize local and systemic side effects.
Abdominal compartment syndrome
Mohapatra Biswajit
Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine , 2004,
The diagnostic potential of maternal plasma in detecting fetal diseases by DNA test
Saha Biswajit
Indian Journal of Human Genetics , 2004,
Abstract: Conventionally, DNA based investigations for fetal diseases are done by chorionic villous sampling and amniocentesis. Both are invasive techniques. Recently, molecular diagnosis has also been made possible in early pregnancy from maternal blood which is noninvasive and advantageous. Most of the researches have tried to identify the Y chromosome marker(s) to detect a male fetus and paternally inherited allele. This is currently helpful to detect a very few genetic disorders including Rh D status in Rh negative women in early pregnancy and preeclampsia a few weeks preceding the clinical onset. This is a potential area for prenatal diagnosis in future.
La educación en medios como proyecto de desarrollo en el subcontinente indio Media Education as a Development Project: Connecting Emancipatory Interests and Governance in India
Biswajit Das
Comunicar , 2009, DOI: doi:10.3916/c32-2009-02-004
Abstract: La reciente explosión de las herramientas y servicios de comunicación, durante las últimas dos décadas, ha planteado nuevas preguntas más allá de la comprensión de la pedagogía actual en los estudios de comunicación en la India. La sociedad india ha sido testigo de una muy extensa proliferación de tecnologías mediáticas, a tal grado que se han vuelto ubicuas en el entorno social. Sin embargo, la educación en medios en India sigue siendo un área de estudios casi inexplo rada. Esta contribución plantea la necesidad de una educación mediática desde una perspectiva no elitista al mismo tiempo que propone su posicionamiento como una nueva pedagogía aun reconociendo que los resultados de la investigación sobre la efectividad de la educación mediática son prácticamente inexistentes. The recent explosion of communication tools and services within last two decades has posed new questions that are beyond the comprehension of existing pedagogy in Indian Comm unication Studies. Indian society has witnessed a widespread proliferation of media technologies to such an extent that they have become ubiquitous in society. Media education, in In dia, however, remains an almost unexplored area of studies. This contribution puts forward the need for Media education far from a non-elitist point of view and proposes this Media education as a new pedagogy although its efficiency has not been proved convincingly yet.
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