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COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE MONITORING OF RAINFED WATERSHEDS APPLYING GIS AND RS TECHNIQUES
ARUN W. DHAWALE,DR. P. B. ULLAGADDI
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Under the watershed development project of the Ministry of Rural Development, many micro watersheds have been identified for development and management. However Government is handicapped inobtaining data on the performance of these programmes due to the absence of watershed performance studies. Rainfed agriculture is clearly critical to agricultural performance in India. Nonetheless, it is difficult to precisely quantify the overall importance of the sector. The widely quoted statistic is that 70% of cultivated area israinfed, implying that rainfed agriculture is more important than irrigated agriculture. In the present study two rainfed micro-watersheds namely Kolvan valley and Darewadi is taken as case study for performance monitoring using GIS and RS Techniques. An attempt has been made to highlight the role of GIS and RS in estimation of runoff from both the watersheds by SCS curve number method. The methodology developed for the research show that the knowledge extracted from proposed approach can remove the problem of performance monitoring of micro watersheds to great extent. Comparative performance of both micro watersheds having extreme rainfall conditions shows that in Darewadi micro watershed overall success rate is more than Kolvan valley.
A Framework for the View Selection Problem in Data Warehousing Environment
B. Ashadevi,,Dr. P.Navaneetham,,Dr. R.Balasubramanian
International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: A set of essential new concepts and tools have evolved into a new technology that makes it possible to access and produce accurate and timely management information for the competitive world. The phrase that has come to characterize this new technology is Data Warehousing (DW). The general problem of selecting an appropriate set of viewsto materialize is called the materialized view selection problem. In order to acquire a precise and quick response to an analytical query, proper selection of the views to materialize in the data warehouse is crucial. In traditional view selection algorithms, all relations are considered for selection as materialized views. Due to the space constraint and maintenance cost constraint, the materialization of all views is not possible. The primary goal of data warehousing is to select a suitable set of views that minimizes the total cost associated with the materialized views. In this paper, we present aframework, an optimized version of our previous work, for the view selection problem, which intends to achieve the best combination of low query processing cost, low view maintenance cost and good query response. All the cost metrics associated with the materialized views selection that comprise the query execution frequencies, base-relationupdate frequencies, query access costs, view maintenance costs and the system’s storage space constraints are considered by this framework. This framework optimizes the maintenance, storage and query processing cost and selects the most cost effective views to materialize. Thus, an efficient data warehousing system is the outcome.
Design and Development of pH-monitered in situ Gel of Lomefloxacin
Jayant Deshpande,Dr. P. B Shah,Dr. Anil Bhandari
Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Bioscientific Research , 2013,
Abstract: Present Study was focused on Design and Development of in situ gel of Lomefloxacin HCL.Lomefloxacin HCL is an antibacterial agent which exhibits rapid precorneal elimination and poor ocular bioavailability, when given in the form of conventional ophthalmic solutions. To overcome this, an attempt has been made to formulate pH-triggered in situ gelling system of Lomefloxacin HCL to provide sustained release of drug based on polymeric carriers that undergo sol-to-gel transition upon change in pH. The Lomefloxacin HCL in situ gelling system formulated by using poly acrylic acid (Carbopol 940) and in combination with hydroxyl propyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) which acted as viscosity enhancing agent. The developed formulation was stable, non-irritant and provided sustained release over 8-hour period and it is a viable alternative to conventional eye drops.
Haar Wavelet Approach of Iris Texture Extraction for Personal Recognition
S. M. Rajbhoj,,Dr. P. B. Mane
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Iris recognition is one of the fast, accurate, reliable and secure biometric techniques for human identification. As the iris texture pattern is very unique and has no links with the genetic structure of an individual it is used as feature in iris recognition system. Poor quality images, high failure to accept rates (FTE) and high false reject rates (FRR) undermines the performance of iris recognition systems. The selection of subset of feature, its extraction and classification is a crucial step in this system. In this paper a method for iris recognition based on Haar wavelet approach of Iris texture extraction is proposed. Iris recognition system consists of iris localization, normalization, features extraction and matching modules. The feature extraction algorithm extracts haar wavelet packet energies of the normalized iris image (local features) to generate a unique code by quantizing these energies into one bit according to an adapted threshold. Hamming distance measure is used in order to find similarity between the iris images. Results are presented that demonstrate significant improvements in iris recognition accuracy when feature extracted using higher wavelet decomposition through the use of the public iris database CASIA.V4
ANALYSING THE IMPACT OF TTL SEQUENCE-BASED EXPANDING RING SEARCH ON ENERGY AWARE ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR MANETS.
B. PRASAD,DR. S. P. SETTY
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we analyze the impact of TTL Sequence-based expanding ring search on Energy Aware Routing protocols for MANETs. We compared the energy consumed in Transmit mode, Receive mode and Idle Modefor Low mobility and High mobility with different TTL values. From Simulation results we observe that there is no impact of pause time on energy consumed in Receive Mode for different TTL values with High Mobility. At TTL3 energy consumed is maximum in Transmit mode and Minimum in Receive mode and also the percentage of time spent is maximum in Transmit mode and minimum in Receive mode.
Violence Against Women in India: Preventive Measures
Dr. P.B. Rathod,Ambaraya. Gundappa
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Violence against women in India are of many types and from birth to death, women are prone to violence from men and society. The paper analyzed the types of violence and reasons for such violence. Statistical figures on the crimes and violence cases are compared and the government and voluntary organizations are making efforts towards ending/minimizing violence against women. The efforts of the government are in the shape of enacting relevant legislations, issuing orders and launching various women welfare schemes.
Can Electronic Medical Record Systems Transform Health Care? Potential Health Benefits, Savings, and Cost Using Latest Advancements in ICT for Better interactive Healthcare Learning
Onkar S Kemkar,Dr P B Dahikar
International Journal of Computer Science and Communication Networks , 2012,
Abstract: To broadly examine the potential health and financial benefits of health information technology (HIT), this paper compares health care with the use of ICT in other industries. It estimates potential savings and costs of widespread adoption of electronic medical record (EMR) systems, models important health and safety benefits, and concludes that effective EMR implementation and networking could eventually save more than billions annually-by improving health care efficiency and safety-and that HIT-enabled prevention and management of chronic disease could eventually double those savings while increasing health and other social benefits. However, this is unlikely to be realized without related changes to the health care system.Finally, we discuss the importance of collaboration between projects in the development of electronic medical record systems rather than reinventing systems in isolation, and the use of open standards and open source technology
Data Analysis of EMR in Distributed Database with Respect to Today's E -Health Apps
Onkar S Kemkar,Dr P B Dahikar
International Journal of Computer Science and Communication Networks , 2012,
Abstract: Comparative effectiveness research has been an ongoing effort to identify best-practices for health care. A doctor’s EHR in the office is supposed to be able to connect with outside sources of patient data, other clinicians using the same or different EMRs. Of most urgency, though, is the desire to connect a clinician with the local hospital. And, of all of the integrations, this one is the most difficult.This paper focuses on the use of data from an electronic medical record (EMR) within a health care organization. It discusses how health provider extracts data from multiple sources in a near real-time fashion. Here also we discuss how national patient identity number can be used for healthcare transaction, how health data can be made protected by using the HIPPA concepts, how we can maintain the security of the patient data.
An Overview of Data Analysis of EMR, Its Clinical Ontologies & Security in Database with respect to Today’s Ehealth Apps
Onkar S Kemkar,Dr P B Dahikar
International Journal of Computers & Technology , 2012,
Abstract: The convergence of the information and communication technology (ICT) has produced many exciting possibilities for developing new services in medical field for the citizens. Electronic medical records (EMRs) are used in large healthcare centers to increase efficiency and accuracy of documentation. These databases may be utilized for clinical research or to describe clinical practices such as medication usage. The paper discusses an overview of the features and functions of major electronic health records (EHR) and reviews how they are being used in academic medical centers (AMC) AMCs were among the pioneers in developing automated EHRs, is the available ICT technology is suitably modified and used for experimentation, vocabularies and interfaces appropriate for clinical trial research
Aporte del SPECT-CT en la detección y localización de hiperplasia nodular focal del hígado.
León B., Esteban, Dr. Becado OIEA,Morales K., Bárbara, Dr.,Pruzzo C., Rossana, Dr.,Amaral P., Horacio, Dr.
Alasbimn Journal , 2009,
Abstract: Se presenta el caso clínico de una mujer de 39 a os de edad que consulta por dolor abdominal. Los hallazgos en el Ultrasonido efectuado con Doppler y la Resonancia Magnética dinámica no lograron establecer el diagnóstico diferencial entre adenoma e hiperplasia nodular focal. Se complementó el estudio con una cintigrafía de vía biliar detectándose en controles tardíos dos focos de retención del radiofármaco. El estudio tomográfico del hígado con Tc99m-coloidal se efectuó en gamma cámara híbrida (SPECT-CT) obteniéndose imágenes fusionadas anátomo-funcionales que demostraron la existencia y la localización exacta de tres focos de hiperplasia nodular focal.
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