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Orbits of pairs in abelian groups
C. P. Anilkumar,Amritanshu Prasad
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We compute the number of orbits of pairs in a finitely generated torsion module (more generally, a module of bounded order) over a discrete valuation ring. The answer is found to be a polynomial in the cardinality of the residue field whose coefficients are integers which depend only on the elementary divisors of the module, and not on the ring in question. The coefficients of these polynomials are conjectured to be non-negative integers.
Polydactylism in a Cow- A Case Report
B. R. Suchithra,M.C. Anilkumar and G. P. Kalmath
Veterinary World , 2010,
Abstract: [Vet. World 2010; 3(1.000): 42-]
Clinical Management of Snake bite in a dog
B. R. Suchitra,M. C. Anilkumar and G. P. Kalmath
Veterinary World , 2010,
Abstract: [Vet. World 2010; 3(5.000): 234-]
Ventral abdomina hernia in a Goat
P.S. Jettennavar,G.P. Kalmath and M.C. Anilkumar
Veterinary World , 2010,
Abstract: [Vet. World 2010; 3(2.000): 93-]
Ion-Acoustic Instabilities in a Multi-Ion Plasma
Noble P. Abraham,Sijo Sebastian,G. Sreekala,R. Jayapal,C. P. Anilkumar,Venugopal Chandu
Journal of Astrophysics , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/838534
Abstract: We have, in this paper, studied the stability of the ion-acoustic wave in a plasma composed of hydrogen, positively and negatively charged oxygen ions, and electrons, which approximates very well the plasma environment around a comet. Modelling each cometary component ( , , and ) by a ring distribution, we find that ion-acoustic waves can be generated at frequencies comparable to the hydrogen ion plasma frequency. The dispersion relation has been solved both analytically and numerically. We find that the ratio of the ring speed ( ) to the thermal spread ( ts) modifies the dispersion characteristics of the ion-acoustic wave. The contrasting behaviour of the phase velocity of the ion-acoustic wave in the presence of ions for ts (and vice versa) can be used to detect the presence of negatively charged oxygen ions and also their thermalization. 1. Introduction Low-frequency electrostatic or longitudinal ion density waves are one of the most fundamental of oscillations in a plasma [1, 2]. In the long-wavelength limit, the ions provide the inertia with the electrons as the source of the restoring force [1]. Ion-acoustic waves also exhibit strong nonlinear properties and are highly Landau damped unless , where and are, respectively, the ion and electron temperatures [3–5]. These waves have been observed in both space and laboratory plasmas; they have thus been extensively studied in many types of high-temperature laboratory plasmas [4, 6]. The waves have been invoked to explain wave characteristics observed in Earth’s ionosphere [7] and transport in the solar wind, corona, chromosphere [8], and comets [9]. In general a cometary environment contains new born hydrogen and heavier ions, with relative densities depending on the distance from the nucleus. Previous studies have concentrated on positively charged oxygen as the heavier ion species [10]. However, Giotto’s observations of the inner coma of comet Halley showed that a new component, namely, negatively charged cometary ions was present, in addition to the usual thermal electrons and ions, fast cometary pickup ions, and so forth, [11]. These negative ions were observed in three broad mass peaks at 7–19, 22–65, and 85–110 amu with being identified unambiguously [11]. A popular model of a cometary environment is the solar wind plasma environment permeated by dilute, drifting ring distribution of electrons and ions with finite thermal spreads [10]. Instabilities driven by an electron velocity ring distributions have been studied by many authors [12–14]. However, ion ring distributions are more important
Evaluation of Discrete Event Wireless Sensor Network Simulators
AnilKumar Patil,Dr P. M .Hadalgi
International Journal of Computer Science and Network , 2012,
Abstract: Simulation tools for wireless sensor networks are increasinglybeing used to study sensor webs and to test new applications andprotocols in this evolving research field.There is always anoverriding concern when using simulation that the results maynot reflect accurate behavior. It is therefore essential to know thestrengths and weaknesses of these simulators. This paperprovides a comprehensive survey and comparisons of variouspopular sensor network simulators with a view to helpresearchers choose the best simulator available for a particularapplication environment. It also provides a detailed comparisondescribing the pros and cons of each simulator.
Parent Progeny regression analysis in F2 and F3 generations of rice
Anilkumar , C. Vanniarajan*1 and J. Ramalingam
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2011,
Abstract: Parent progeny regression analysis involving F2 and F3 generation of two crosses in rice was undertaken to estimate the geneticpotential transferred from one generation to other by adopting three levels of selection for single plant yield. Significant positivecorrelation and regression was observed in both crosses at positive level of selection (mean +1SD) between F3 mean and thecorresponding F2 values, indicating that selection of single plant yield at these levels would be effective in both crosses. Itindicates the chances of selecting high yielding genotypes at early generations.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT GOALS FOR KARNATAKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VISION 2020
Mr. ANILKUMAR. B. KOTE,Dr. P.M. HONAKERI
International Journal of Economics and Research , 2012,
Abstract: The present study is a modest attempt to highlight some of the important human development goals for Karnataka with special reference to Vision 2020. Every state requires a clear vision of what should be achieved in a given period of time and how it is to be achieved. The Vision of the state should incorporate the aspirations of its people for a better future. To elaborate and further, the report on India Vision 2020 states that “A vision is neither a prediction of what will actually occur nor simply a wish list of desirable but unattainable ends. Three basic human development goals have been chosen for analysis. They are reduction of poverty, attainment of hundred percent literacy and universal elementary education and improvement of basic health and demographic indicators. The study points out that while in most of the cases, Karnataka is on track to achieve its target in 2020. The study also substantiates a nexus between poverty, education and health. Finally there are areas of grave concern such as dipping sex ratio and massive dropout rates in elementary education. In the run to our dream of a prosperous, educated and healthy Karnataka, these issues are to be addressed impromptu
Effectiveness of OFDM as a modulation technique for wireless radio application
P. Anilkumar,M. V. Vramhananda Reddy,G. Nagendra,Sridhar. V.
International Journal of Engineering Innovations and Research , 2012,
Abstract: This paper is on the effectiveness of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) as a modulation technique for wireless radio application. OFDM has several unique properties that make it especially well suited to handle the challenging environmental conditions experienced by mobile wireless data application. It was found that OFDM performs extremely well compared with CDMA providing a very high tolerance to multipath delay spread, peak power clipping and channel noise. Also it provides a high spectral efficiency.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT CLASSIFIERS FOR DEVANAGARI HANDWRITTEN CHARACTER RECOGNITION
Anilkumar N. Holambe,Dr.Ravinder.C.Thool
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we deals with the recognition of off-line handwritten Devanagari characters. The paper presents an experimental assessment of the efficiency of various classifiers in terms of accuracy in recognition. Here we have used one feature set and 21 different classifiers for our experiment. The paper gives an idea of the recognition results of different classifiers and provides new benchmark for future research; here we have reported comparative study of Devanagari handwritten character recognition by using classifiers.
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