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Underwater Image Reconstruction Using Image Fusion Technique.
Ms. Kulkarni Aparna S.
International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology , 2013,
Abstract: In proposed work the image fusion technique is used for reconstruction of underwater image. The main purpose of proposed work is to improve resolution of underwater image. There are various method employed for reconstruction of underwater images but some have limitations such as low resolution. Resolution is one of the parameter which is important for quality of images. Wavelet based image reconstruction may improve resolution of underwater images. Image fusion technique has three levels 1) data or pixel level 2) feature level 3) decision level. Here data or pixel level image fusion technique is used.
The Masculinity Versus Femininity in Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence
Ms. Seema Kulkarni
Journal of Literature, Culture and Media Studies , 2010,
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Speaker Identification by using Vector Quantization
Dr. H. B. Kekre,Ms. Vaishali Kulkarni
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: This paper presents a novel method for Speaker Identification based on Vector Quantization. The Speaker Identification system consists of two phases: training phase and testing phase. Vector Quantization (VQ) is used for feature extraction in both the training and testing phases. Two variations have been used. In method A, codebooks are generated from the speech samples, which are converted into 16 dimensional vectors by taking a overlap of 4. In method B, codebooks are generated from the speech samples, which are converted into 16 dimensional vectors without any overlap. For speaker identification, the codebook of the test sample is similarly generated and compared with the codebooks of the reference samples stored in the database. The results obtained for both the schemes have been compared. The results show that method 2 gives slightly better results than method .
Pharmacogenomics - A Review
Ms. Minal S. Kulkarni,Ms. Meera S. Honrao,Dr. S. D. Sawant,Ms. Seema S Atpade
Pharmaceutical Reviews , 2006,
Abstract: Pharmacogenomics is the alternative to "one size fits all" and "trial and error" prescribing.Pharmacogenomics uses markers in individuals' genetic code to pinpoint the underlying causes of disease. The goal of pharmacogenetics research is to provide information for "personalized medicine"- giving a patient the right medicine at the right dose.The science is enabling researchers to better identify drug targets and the mechanisms of action of investigational new drug candidates. Genomics-related technology facilitates the elimination of unfavorable products at earlier stages of development than is currently possible. It also could guide companies in designing clinical trials that would more definitively prove drug efficacy, in turn decreasing the time, costs, and risks of drug development. In the clinical setting, pharmacogenomics will help physicians to better define the long-term health risks that patients face, more precisely diagnose the stage of patients' diseases, and more accurately predict their responsiveness to specific drugs or the likelihood for adverse events.The review provides an overview of the current pharmacogenomics literature and offers insights for the potential impact of this field on the safe and effective use of medications.Key words – Pharmacogenomics, personalized medicine, companies, physicians, safe and effective
Computer Oriented Load Flow Study of Electrical S/S
SYED IMRAN ALI,Ms. V.A. Kulkarni
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The power flow computation consists of imposing specified power and voltage input conditions to a power network and producing the complete voltage information at all the system buses. The calculation is required for both the steady state analysis and the dynamic performance evaluation of power systems. It is also used to initialize other computer-aided power system software. This paper presents a novel production grade load flow program that can perform the power flow computations of modern electric power systems efficiently and accurately. The new program is capable of providing the power flow information of independent subsystems simultaneously. It possess a unique feature of changing the power levels of generators and loads locally or globally in power systems. The paper also describes the under going integration and initialization of the well-known system software MATLAB with the load flow program.
MOBILE SEQUENTIAL PATTERN MINING IN LOCATIONBASED SERVICE ENVIRONMENT Ms. V. C. Belokar 1 , Mr. P.S. Kulkarni
Ms. V. C. Belokar,Mr. P.S. Kulkarni
International Journal of Electronics and Computer Science Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The advancement of wireless communication techniques and the popularity of mobile devices such as mobile phones, PDA, and GPS-enabled cellular phones, have contributed to a new business model. In this chapter various basic terms involved in mining mobile transactions are explained briefly.
Drug Discovery and Design : Present Scenario
Mr. Aniruddha V. Dadke,Ms. Minal .S Kulkarni
Pharmaceutical Reviews , 2005,
Abstract: For centuries the art of medicine has been dominated by bumps, bruises,or other symptoms, felt by the patient or discovered by the physician, witheyes ever-magnified by increasingly sophisticated scanning technology: the microscope,the x-ray, and eventually the MRI. But however powerful the machine, theunderlying model remained the same. To find the illness, the health professionalsfirst had to look for the symptom. To diagnose the cancer, they had tosee the tumor. To find a drug, they had to undergo a long, costly, andlaborious process of trial and error, trying millions of natural compounds onanimals to find one that seemed to work.This approach to medicine may be coming to an end. As drug discovery becomes an information-based science, speeded by rapid increases in computer processing power and the marriage of test tubes with microchips, pharmacists are transforming the way one can diagnose and treat many of the worst human diseases. New drugs currently in clinical trials are no longer scattershot one-size-fits-all affairs, but carefully targeted to the molecular fingerprints of specific diseases. Some of these drugs are even targeted to a patient’s unique DNA profile. In a breathtaking paradigm shift, medicine is moving from the species level—the ingrained assumption that drugs and diseases work the same in all human beings—to the individual level, unlocking new healing possibilities in the minute differences between seemingly similar diseases and their individual victims. The result will be a new age of medical therapy, dominated not by cell, tissue, and organ replacements but by early diagnosis and individualized drug treatments[1].
Bed Utilization Rates at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Goa
Vaz FS,Ferreira AMA,Motghare DD,Kulkarni MS
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2006,
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Study of Prevalence and Types of Disabilities at Rural Health Centre Mandur – A Community Based Cross Sectional House to House Study in Rural Goa
Borker S,Motghare DD,Venugopalan PP,Kulkarni MS
Indian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 2008,
Abstract: Aims and Objectives: To study the prevalence types and causes of disabilities at rural field practice areaunder Rural Health Training Centre and to make suitable recommendations based on the study findingsMaterial and Methods: It was a cross sectional house to house survey in five sub-centre areas in the fieldpractice area of the department of Preventive & Social Medicine Goa medical college. Study lasted fromJune 2005- October 2006. Systematic random sampling with one stage cluster sampling was used. Appropriatestudy instrument and statistics were used.Results: The total population of the present study was 4868 persons which were obtained from 936 familiesresiding in the 5 subcentres of Rural Health Centre Mandur which had a total population of 36180. Thetotal “persons with disability” were 190. Total numbers of disabilities found in the study were 232. Theoverall prevalence of disabilities was 3.90%. There was a statistically significant association between age,education, occupation, per-capita income and prevalence of disability. The main types of disabilities werevisual disability (41.80%) hearing and speech disability (22.41%), locomotor disability (19.39) and mentalretardation and mental illness (16.40%). Commonest causes of disabilities were cataract, presbycusis,fracture, moderate mental retardation.
Drugs In Pregnancy
Parag A. Kulkarni,Dr. Pramod V. Kasture,Ms. Sonia H. Maniyar,Ms. Sarita R. Gupta
Pharmaceutical Reviews , 2007,
Abstract: Women are blessed by god with a precious gift like conceiving the pregnancy. Pregnancy is the beginning of new life, it starts with conception and continues through the fetus and finally ends at birth. Pregnancy is the normal physiological process which results into continuation of species.The pharmacokinetics during pregnancy include, drug absorption, drug distribution, drug metabolism, drug excretion. Effects of drug on pregnancy depends on four major stages i.e Pre-implantation stage, period of organogenesis, the second and third trimester, and a short delivery stage. During pregnancy the mother and fetus form a non-separable functional unit. Drugs can have harmful effects on the fetus at any time during pregnancy. It is important to remember this when prescribing medicine for women of child bearing age. Counseling of women before a planned pregnancy should be carried out including discussion of risks associated with therapeutic agents. Medication during pregnancy is very important, so, caution should be maintained while prescribing them to pregnant women.
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