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Mineralogical and structural research of SEN and deposits with the purpose of determining the cause of the deposit formation
DeviS.
Journal of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B : Metallurgy , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/jmmb0601093d
Abstract: The work is based on the results of the experiment, which involved observing and examining the behavior of 167 SEN (Submerge Entry Nozzle) during the continuous steel casting. The results of such research of the wall of SEN and the contact zone in the inner side of SEN, distinctly point out the background of the aluminum built as corundum and calcium aluminate deposited in the deposit of SEN. The work has proved that with the formation of corundum and Hibonite - 5H deposit in certain number of SEN, the crucial part was played by the secondary oxidation of steel with slightly smaller number of SEN, beside the secondary oxidation, as cause of the formation of these two mineral phases, due to the reactions which take place in the material itself.
A Robust Video Copy Detection System Using TIRI-DCT Fingerprints and DWT Statistical Features
S. Devi,N. Vishwanath
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ajit.2012.144.150
Abstract: A video copy detection system that is based on content fingerprinting can be used for video indexing and copyright applications. Most of the video copy detection algorithms proposed so far focus mostly on coping with signal distortions introduced by different encoding parameters; however, these algorithms do not cope well with display format conversions. They may rely on a fingerprint extraction algorithm followed by a fast approximate search algorithm. The fingerprint extraction algorithm extracts compact content-based signatures from special images constructed from the video. Each such image represents a short segment of the video and contains temporal as well as spatial information about the video segment. These images are denoted by temporally informative representative images. To find whether a query video is copied from a video in a video database, the fingerprints of all the videos in the database are extracted and stored in advance. The search algorithm searches the stored fingerprints to find close enough matches for the fingerprints of the query video. The content based fingerprint extraction process does not work to get a better level search. Further in an enhancement of this concept of fingerprints this system handles the TIRI-DCT and DWT features to detect the copyright information. This study proposes a novel sequence matching technique to detect copies of a video clip. If a video copy detection technique is to be effective, it needs to be robust to the many digitization and encoding processes that give rise to several distortions including changes in brightness, color, frame format as well as different blocky artifacts. It also handles a new nonmetric distance measure to find the similarity between the query and a database video fingerprint and it is proposed to achieve accurate duplicate detection. Then the performance of the TIRI DCT and the co-efficient is compared. The proposed method has been extensively tested and the results show that the proposed scheme is effective in detecting copies which has been subjected to wide range of modifications.
UNWELCOMING TROUBLES IN THE LIFE OF NATARAJ AS WELL AS THE PEOPLE OF MALGUDI
S.PARVATHI DEVI
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: In this research paper, how the entry of an unwelcomed guest named Vasu, a taxidermist, the representative of the qualities of demon causes pandemonium in the rejoiced and peaceful lives of the protagonist, Nataraj in the novel of “The Man-Eater of Malgudi” and his friends, Sen, the poet and journalist, Sastri, an employee and other people is researched. In the vicinity of R.K.Narayan's imaginary town, Malgudi, people with simple and good nature suffer a lot with the stench created by Vasu, a taxidermist. Nataraj, who has been a printer and have good friends, has to face so many problems by Vasu and thereby his friends. The entire Malgudi people suffer a lot with the problems created by Vasu. What are the situations that were misused by Vasu and how he tried to deceive and bully Nataraj and how he caused to great bafflement by trying to kill the temple elephant are researched in this paper.
FDI in Indian education
S. KAVITHA DEVI
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The globalising economy poses new challenges, economic, social, political and cultural, at a time when more and more private institutions of higher education are being established. Such challenges not only address issues of access, equity, funding and quality but also those of national sovereignty, cultural diversity, poverty and sustainable development. Recent policy decisions taken by the Central government in view foreign direct investment of the recommendations of the Committees and National Knowledge Commission will also severely affect access and equity and put the issue of social justice in higher education in jeopardyTwenty-first century witnessed unprecedented demand for higher education: general as well as professional.Instead of meeting this demand and ensuring further growth of the country,the successive central governments, since 1990s – the beginning of
Aesthetic restoration of facial defect caused by cancrum oris: A case report
Devi S,Gogoi M
Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery , 2003,
Abstract: A case report of cancrum oris deformity in a young lady with successful aesthetic restoration of defects is presented.
Efficacious Teaching –learning Methodology for Teaching English- A special focus on Vocabulary
S. Parvathi Devi
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: The present research paper is aresult of applying various sophisticated methods for efficacious teaching methods for the students of recent global scenario where the employees are expected with high proficiency at communication skills in which English plays a pivotal role. Specifically this paper aims at vocabulary development which is the heart of any language and in which most of the non native speakers of English are highly lagging behind. All these methods have been experimented on Engineering, M.B.A. as well as M.C.A. students of KL University, Pace Institute of Technology and Sciences as a part of Placement Training Programmes and produced fruitful results.
Making English Teaching Enthusiastic for All Categories of Students through Interactive and Task-based Methods
Dr. S. Parvathi Devi
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: These are the days of English. Wherever you go, it becomes impossible to go without using and listening to English. With this rich growth in usage of English it has become inevitable to learn English whereas from the side of students there is a lot of struggle can be observed. This paper is a humble attempt to solve the problems of such students those who have been terribly suffering from this problem of learning English, and these ideas are the result of interaction with various students and the questions arise out of the discussions.
Characterization and Evaluation of Natural Resources for Land Use Diversification Planning: A Case Study in a Block of Meghalaya Using RS & GIS Technique  [PDF]
Pratibha T. Das, H. Suchitra Devi, S. Sudhakar, Mammi Rently
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2014.52018
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Characterization and evaluation of land resources of Mawryngkneng block was carried out using IRS-P6 LISS III and LISS-IV data. Five major physiographic units namely structural hills, denudational hills, plateau and intermontane valley were identified. Visual interpretation of satellite data indicated that 32.2% of the total geographical area (TGA) is under dense forest followed by wastelands (28.8%), open forest (16.1%), cultivated area (13.6%), built up area (8.2%) and water body (0.9%). Ten soil series were tentatively identified and the soils belonged to 2 orders (Ultisols and Alfisols), 3 sub orders (Udult, Udalf and Humult), 6 great groups, 8 sub groups. The soils are moderately acidic, deep to very deep and texture varies from sandy clay loam to clay. The soils are very rich in organic carbon. The availability of nitrogen is medium to high and phosphorus availability is low to medium whereas potassium availability is low in the entire study area. The soils were grouped into land capability class II & III and the soils were moderately to marginally suitable for orange and marginally suitable for pine apple. An action plan with suggested land use and interventions has been prepared by using all land resource information generated under the study. The action plan includes areas for afforestation, intensive cultivation in the existing cropped areas with soil conservation measures like mulching, zero tillage etc. and orange and pine apple plantation in open scrub lands which are cultivable wastelands. This might help the farmers and the planner in better management of land resources for sustained productivity.

Deployment of Effective Testing Methodology in Automotive Software Development  [PDF]
P. Sivakumar, B. Vinod, R. S. Sandhya Devi, R. Divya
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2016.79222
Abstract: Software development in automotive industry has bestowed greater comforts and conveniences to mankind. A remarkable progress in this field often faces a setback due to minor defects in the software. So there is recurring need for standardization and implementation of testing strategies. But the process of creation of test scripts to check if the software created complies with its specifications and requirements is both time- and resource-consuming. Generating a short but effective test suite usually requires a lot of manual work and expert knowledge. Patronizing research work in this field is the need of the hour. This paper solves the problem by using Model-Based Testing where test harness and evaluation are performed economically through automation. Simulink Design Verifier and Reactis are the tools used to carry out this purpose in Adaptive Front Light System. The resulting outputs obtained from Simulink Design Verifier and Reactis using Model-Based Testing prove that short test suites can be generated for the model where full model coverage can be achieved easily through automation. The outputs of these test cases when compared with the expected outputs confirm that the model developed is working as per the requirements.
OBESITY RELATED TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF CANCER: A REVIEW
S. Asha Devi,S. Babu
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Obesity is a complex disease caused by the interaction of myriad genetics, dietary, lifestyle and environmental factors which favours a chronic positive energy balance leading to increased body fat mass. There is an emerging evidence of strong association between obesity and different types of cancer. These include breast cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, ovarian cancer, endometrial cancer, gastric cancer etc. The mechanisms linking both the diseases are not fully understood. We have therefore assembled the review evidence on obesity and different types of cancer. The review includes all the population based studies that assessed the association between overweight BMI 25-29.9 and obesity (BMI>=30), a cohort studies was conducted among post menopausal women to determine whether genetic polymorphisms in selected obesity related genes that may cause breast cancer. This review paper presents the existing knowledge about how obesity can enhance different types of cancer and focusing on therapeutic, molecular mechanisms for obesity and different types of cancer.
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