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Cloud on Linux Operating System
Pritee Gavhane,Pratibha Kurumkar,Madhuri Jagtap,Dharti Mahajan
International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing , 2013,
Abstract: The term “cloud” is analyzed to “Internet”. The term “Cloud computing” is based on cloud drawings used in the past to represent telephone networks and later to depict internet. Cloud computing is a internet based computing where virtual shared servers provide software, infrastructure, platform, devices and other resources and hosting to customers on a pay-as-you basis. All information that a digitized system has to offer is a provided as a service in the cloud computing model. Users can access these services available on the “Internet cloud” without having any previous know - how on managingthe resources involved. Cloud computing is a computing model not a technology. In this model customers plug into the “cloud” to access IT resources which are price and provided “on demand”.Cloud computing is a style of computing where massively scalable IT related capabilities are provided “as a service” to external customers using internet technologies. Virtualization is the ability to run multiple OS (software’s) on a single physical systems and share the underlying a hardware resources. Cloud computing provide services which are mainly of an OS running on a single virtualized computing environment with middleware layers that attempt to combine physical and virtualized resources from multiple OS and specialized application engines. This paper, we discuss about the virtual distributed OS. Cloud OS, which provide the maximum features cloud computing by using c panel. The cloud OS works on the principles layout by LINUX. The cloud OS aims to provide a simple programming abstraction to available cloud resources, strong isolation techniquesbetween cloud processes and strong integration with network resources.
Energy Efficient Path Determination in Wireless Sensor Network Using BFS Approach  [PDF]
Shilpa Mahajan, Jyoteesh Malhotra
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wsn.2011.311040
Abstract: The wireless sensor networks (WSN) are formed by a large number of sensor nodes working together to provide a specific duty. However, the low energy capacity assigned to each node prompts users to look at an important design challenge such as lifetime maximization. Therefore, designing effective routing techniques that conserve scarce energy resources is a critical issue in WSN. Though, the chain-based routing is one of significant routing mechanisms but several common flaws, such as data propagation delay and redundant transmission, are associated with it. In this paper, we will be proposing an energy efficient technique based on graph theory that can be used to find out minimum path based on some defined conditions from a source node to the destination node. Initially, a sensor area is divided into number of levels by a base station based on signal strength. It is important to note that this technique will always found out minimum path and even alternate path are also saved in case of node failure.
Navigating the Current Location without the Availability of GPS
Karan Mahajan,Manish Mahajan
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Today in this world we are surrounded of technologies like smart phone technology.In smart phone there is an option GPS that is being used these days very much for checking in our location and navigate the google maps.But what about those cell phones which are having ANDROID operating system but no having option of GPS.This paper deals with the NAVIGATING THE CURRENT LOCATION WITHOUT THE AVAILABILITY OF GPS.Because GPS is having some limitations.First GPS may or may not be available in all smart phones.This application which we developed will work in the phones which are not having feature of GPS.
Biliary Ascariasis
Rakesh Mahajan*, Annil Mahajan**
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 1999,
Abstract: Not available
133 Horseshoe Kidney
Rakesh Mahajan, Annil Mahajan
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 1999,
Abstract: Not available
Supplemental root in a mandibular first molar: a rarity
Poonam Mahajan,Ajay Mahajan
Clinics and Practice , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/cp.2011.e10
Abstract: Anatomic variations are common in human dentition. A clear understanding of these variations is very important for success of endodontic treatment. A dentist should be aware of these anatomic variations as this can affect the treatment outcome. A case of endodontic therapy is presented in which inability to locate an anatomically rare supplemental canal of a three rooted mandibular first molar resulted in treatment failure. A 21-year-old female reported with pain and swelling in relation to lower right first molar. An intra oral periapical radiograph revealed 3 roots; the first canal of the mesial root and a canal of one of the distal roots were found to be treated endodontically, which were infraobturated but the canal of the 2nd distal root had not been treated. The radiograph revealed periapical radiolucency and widening of periodontal space. Prior to starting the endodontic treatment the clinician must be aware of the anatomic variations in tooth pulp morphology and also the importance of preoperative radiographs cannot be underscored.
S K Nagar,Ojaswini Malukar,Dharti Kubavat,Vipul Prajapati
National Journal of Medical Research , 2012,
Abstract: An opinion regarding curriculum, teaching methodology & assessment techniques in anatomy was taken from the First MBBS students at Medical college Baroda with specially designed questionnaire. Majority of the students feel the curriculum can be taught in present one year duration with present system lecture timetables. The best method of learning is the dissection hall teaching & the students should be shown the structures and their relations rather than discussing these things in lectures. Majority of the students feel that the subject related books in library are not enough but they are aware of internet as an effective learning tool. Majority students opined that the best method of assessment is tests e.g. viva & part ending tests. This study show that the planning about the curriculum, teaching methodology & assessment techniques is decided by the senior faculty members but the opinion of the students is reasonable & justifiable and needs to be heard in deciding this aspect. [National J of Med Res 2012; 2(1.000): 111-112]
Chauhan Swati,Dasadiya Dharti,Patel Shilpa,Kumar Digbijay
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of this work was to develop and validate a simple estimation method of Levocetrizine in bulk powder and tablet using spectrophotometric method. The method was developed using methanol as a solvent & absorbance was measured at 230nm. Beers law was obeyed in the concentration range of 5-30 μg/ml. Calibration curves shows a linear relationship between the absorbance and concentration. The line equation y=0.0296x+0.0562 with r2 of 0.996 was obtained. Simple, accurate and cost efficient spectrophotometric method has been developed for the estimation of Levocetrizine in bulk powder and Tablet dosage form.
Molecular Significance of lon and cpxR Genes in the Pathogenicity of Salmonella  [PDF]
Rahul M. Nandre, Preeti Mahajan
Open Journal of Animal Sciences (OJAS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2015.54045
Abstract: The important foodborne zoonotic pathogen Salmonella causes gastroenteritis. The dynamics of host-pathogen Salmonella interaction and infection might enhance the development of novel tar-geted preventative measures and drug regimens. The lon and cpxR are virulence associated genes, which have an important role in the Salmonella pathogenesis. However, the deletions of lon and cpxRlead to the construction of genetically engineered live Salmonella vaccine candidate. In this review, lon and cpxR genes are focused for their involvement in Salmonella pathogenesis. Furthermore, the importance of these genes was briefly emphasized during the construction of Salmonella vaccine candidate.
Periosteum: A Highly Underrated Tool in Dentistry
Ajay Mahajan
International Journal of Dentistry , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/717816
Abstract: The ultimate goal of any dental treatment is the regeneration of lost tissues and alveolar bone. Under the appropriate culture conditions, periosteal cells secrete extracellular matrix and form a membranous structure. The periosteum can be easily harvested from the patient's own oral cavity, where the resulting donor site wound is invisible. Owing to the above reasons, the periosteum offers a rich cell source for bone tissue engineering; hence, the regenerative potential of periosteum is immense. Although the use of periosteum as a regenerative tool has been extensive in general medical field, the regenerative potential of periosteum is highly underestimated in dentistry; therefore, the present paper reviews the current literature related to the regenerative potential of periosteum and gives an insight to the future use of periosteum in dentistry.
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