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High Performance and Fault Tolerance Double Precision Floating Point Arithmetic Units
N. Vinothkumar,M.S. Ravi,Kittur Harish Maillikarju
Journal of Artificial Intelligence , 2013,
Abstract: The floating point arithmetic units are complex in their algorithms and many scientific problems require floating point units with high accuracy. Hence for increased performance and fault tolerance operations the double precision floating point arithmetic units adder, subtractor, multiplier and divider is designed which is enough for most System on Chip (SoC) applications and it also improves the accuracy during long chain of computations. The synthesized code results are verified and the complete layout is generated using backend flow.
A CRITICAL STUDY ON TAKRARISHTA
Krishnamurthy M.S.,Dwivedi Laxmikanth,Rao Ravi S,Prashanth B K
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: Takrarishta,a fermented medicament prepared by buttermilk is a classical Ayurvedic formulation mentioned in Charaka Samhita. There are abundant references of Takra(buttermilk) in various Ayurvedic classics. Their method of preparation, types, qualities and benefits were also discussed in various chapters of the Samhitas and Sangraha granthas.Whereas, only two references are found with regards to Takrarishta. Both the references are found in Charaka Samhita, Chikitsa Sthana of 14th (Arsha Chikitsa) and 15th (Grahani Chikitsa) chapters respectively. Even though in both the references Takra is used as a common medium, the difference lies in the herbal ingredients which are uncommon in these formulations. But, both are having common indications of Agnimandya, Shotha and Arshas. In latter texts also the same reference of Takrarishta is found without much variation. But keen literature review discloses the rationality behind such a naming and its utility in respective contexts. Effort is carried here to clear the ancient Ayurvedic wisdom with available literatures and references.
EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF GUDUCHI-SATWA, GHRITA AND KASHAYA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HYPERACIDITY
Prashanth B K,Krishnamurthy M.S,Rao Ravi S,Bhat Smitha
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: In the present modern era, due to fast and hectic life style, mental stress and incompatible food habits, everyone is prone to various diseases; Amlapitta is one amongst them due to the vititation of pitta dosha. Sour belching and heart burn is the most common and earliest symptom found in this disease. Three formulations of Guduchi i.e. Satwa, Ghrita and Kashaya were selected and their efficacy over hyperacidity was evaluated through experimental model. In the present study, Pylorus ligated (Shay) rat model method was followed. The statistical results show high significance in Guduchi Kashaya and Ghrita, while mild significance in Guduchi Satwa against hyperacidity. Amongst the three trial groups, Guduchi Kashaya provided highly significant relief, Ghrita moderate, while Satwa provided mildly significant relief.
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF NIRGUNDI TAILA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PREPARATION IN DIFFERENT NUMBER OF DAYS
Prashanth B.K,Rao K Shankar,Krishnamurthy M.S,Rao Ravi
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2012,
Abstract: Sneha kalpana is a process where the active principles present in the drug are extracted with the Sneha (Ghee or Oil) during the pharmaceutical process. The method of preparation of different Taila kalpanas requires different Drava dravyas and different number of days for the paka. Nirgundi taila as said in Charaka Samhita Chikitsa sthana 28/134 was prepared with Tila taila as the base. The three different oil samples were prepared by adding Nirgundi Patra Swarasa as the drava dravya. The samples prepared in 1, 2, 3 days were coded as N.T.S1, N.T.S2 and NTS3 respectively. These samples were subjected to various physico-chemical analysis to determine whether there is any difference in the values of the oil completed in various numbers of days. The prepared samples were compared with the normal tila taila.
Influence of SiO2 Fillers on Sliding Wear Resistance and Mechanical Properties of Compression Moulded Glass Epoxy Composites  [PDF]
B. Shivamurthy, ? Siddaramaiah, M.S. Prabhuswamyc
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2009.87045
Abstract: The E-glass woven fabric-epoxy (LY 556) (GE) composites have been fabricated with varying amounts of silicon oxide (SiO2) particulate filler viz., 3, 6 and 9 wt % by compression molding followed by hot curing. The fabricated composites were characterized by mechanical properties such as tensile behaviour, flexural behaviour and interlaminar shear strength (ILSS). The effect of silica content on the sliding wear properties such as wear loss, specific wear rate and coefficient of friction of GE composites have been investigated at velocity of 5m/s and constant abrading distance of 1200 m with different loads viz., 30N, 60N and 90N by using pin-on-disc machine. Wear out surface of all the composites were studied using scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Nematóides associados ao amendoim forrageiro e à bananeira no estado do Acre
CAVALCANTE MARIA DE JESUS B.,SHARMA RAVI D.,VALENTIM JUDSON F.,GONDIM TARCíSIO M.S.
Fitopatologia Brasileira , 2002,
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A new concept of relatedness and its significance to the theory of social evolution
Drummond, M.S.;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572000000100008
Abstract: data on primitively social groups of hymenoptera have been somewhat contradictory with respect to kin recognition, degree of relatedness and social evolution. this study presents a new concept of "relatedness coefficient". called "aggregated relatedness", the hypothesis here introduced proposes that genes shared by any two individuals affect formation of family units to an extent dependent on their frequency and manner of dispersion in neighboring populations.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Paediatric and Neonatal Resuscitation
M.S. Kibirige
African Health Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: Resuscitation: Saving lives is the primary responsibility of secondary care services. Many patients arrive in hospitals when they are acutely ill and are hoping for rescue treatment that will save their lives, but also deal with the primary cause of the acute illness. It is therefore important that all staff involved in the care of such patients is adequately trained and proficient in delivering that service. Resuscitation can be defined as the act of reviving. Many of our patients who are acutely ill do require resuscitation, if further treatment is to be effective and successful. Thus, the necessity for resuscitation is not questionable. In Mulago teaching hospital many children are admitted via the acute care unit (assessment unit) and babies in the maternity unit as well as those in special care baby unit do require resuscitation. In this paper I have tried to discuss the various components of resuscitation, provide experience of the training programme, that has recently been performed and the results. [FULL LETTER IN JOURNAL] African Health Sciences 2001; 1(1): 47-48
Validity and Reliability Indices of Three-Multiple Choice Tests Using the Confidence Scoring Procedure
M.S. Omirin
The Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: The study investigated the validity and reliability indices of three multiple choice tests, using the Confidence Scoring Procedure (CSP). The study also sought to determine whether or not the validity and reliability indices would be improved, if the tests were scored using the confidence scoring method. The population consisted of all SS2 secondary school students in Gbonyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State, Nigeria. The sample consisted 450 SS2 mathematics students, selected by the purposive and proportional sampling techniques. The instrument was a 50-item achievement test in mathematics of three formats each, the instrument was administered on the students as a class test. The three multiple choice tests were mixed and the testees did not know that they were answering different forms of the same tests. The responses were scored using the confidence scoring method. Two null hypothesis were generated and tested at 0.05 level of significance, using Kuder-Richardson`s formula 20, Z-ratio and correlation. The result showed that the contribution of blind guessing to testees was not directly related to the validity of the three multiple choice tests used. The confidence scoring procedure improved the reliability index of multiple choice of the tests used, except the validity of the 3-alternative choice. The result also showed that confidence scoring procedure rewards partial knowledge of testees on multiple choice tests. Based on the findings above, it was recommended that the confidence scoring method should be encouraged, since it improves validity and reliability indices of tests.
Validation Study of the Youth Problems Inventory
M.S. Omirin
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to validate the Youth Problems Inventory (YPI). The sample for the study consisted of 150 students drawn from the part four faculty of Education of the university of Ado-Ekiti and part three students of the college of Education, lkere-Ekiti. The males numbered 85 while the female were 65. ne hundred and twelve were single while thirty eight were married. The ages range from 18 years to 32 years. The research instruments were the Youth Problems Inventory (YPI) and the Student Problem Inventory (SPI). The YPI, constructed by Okon in 1979, is designed for evaluation of students` problems. It was the main instrument. The SPI, constructed by Bakare in 1970, is a checklist meant to evaluate secondary school students` problems. It served as the validating instrument. To assess the reliability of the Youth Problems Inventory (YPI), test-retest reliability method was used with a time interval of two weeks. A reliability coefficient of 0.89 was obtained. Three hypotheses were generated for the study, testing sex, marital status and age groups. The result revealed that there no significant differences in the problems of male and female students, single and married students of different age groups. It was recommended that colleges and universities should try to find out students` problems (using problem inventories) as soon as they are admitted and assist them to get over the problems.
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