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Feature Extraction from Rural Satellite Imagery Using Color Based CBIR Techniques
Mamatha Y.N,A.G..Ananth
International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications , 2011,
Abstract: The ability to organize and retrieve visual information such as images is becoming a crucial problem forspecialists, because processing visual information requires perceptual abilities not yet known to exist incomputational form. Therefore the ability to retrieve visual information is a complex problem. The mainretrieval pattern include the features of an image such as colour, and shape. The algorithms used tocalculate the similarity between extracted feature with an image database, that utilizes colour featuresof the images as the basis of comparison and retrieval. An object-oriented definition also involvesprescribing a set of pertinent features or pixels as well as a method such as a classification algorithmwith the appropriate training data. A low resolution satellite image of a rural scenario has been selectedfor the analysis. The entire image scene is divided into four equal quadrants. The Content-basedretrieval of image features have been carried out for the selected two quadrants I and II. The colorclassification of the image in two quadrants clearly indicates that there are four important features thatare common to the images1 The features identified include, Natural Vegetation, Water Bodies, Land,and Housing associated with the image. Further using the L*a*b color spectral distribution andhistogram techniques an estimation of the different features identified in the image has been made for allthe four quadrants. The results are presented in the paper.
a-amylase Expressions in Indian Type-2 Diabetic Patients
P. Shankaraiah,Y.N. Reddy
Journal of Medical Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: a-amylases are enzymes which hydrolyze starch molecules to give diverse products including dextrins and progressively smaller polymers composed of glucose units which causes hyperglycemia and development of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Therefore, we estimated the a-amylase activity, HbA1C and blood glucose in Indian type 2 diabetic patients. Study groups follows: 20 Healthy subjects, 30 newly detected patients and 43 type 2 diabetics on treatment with metformin and pioglitazone combination and 30 pioglitazone alone treated. In all subjects blood sugar was estimated and anti diabetic activity criterion was taken for the diagnosis. In the same subjects fasting and post-prandial a-amylase activity was estimated, HbA1c levels were compared with a-amylase activity in healthy and treated subjects. The a-amylase activity in type 2 diabetic patients was significantly different from control subjects and significant relation between a-amylase activity and HbA1c was observed in diabetic subjects (p<0.01), in type 2 diabetic patients with HbA1c >12% showed significantly (p<0.01) higher a-amylase activity than newly diagnosed and healthy, for three months treatment in type 2 diabetic patients showed a significant controlled the blood glucose, elevated alpha amylase levels. Post-prandial a-amylase activity was markedly raised in type 2 diabetes, this could contribute to the increased in circulating blood glucose. Fasting and post-prandial a-amylase activity and lipid profiles were significantly controlled in pioglitazone alone and pioglitazone with metformin combination treated groups. This change may effect of metformin and pioglitazone on post-prandial a-amylase activity.

金属学报(英文版) , 1996,
Abstract: Superplastic forming of a thin sheet into complex shape is an important manufacturing process especially in aerospace industry. The main objective of modeling the superplastic forming process is to predict the forming pressure-time cycle to maintain the optimum strain rate and the resulting thickness distribution. There have been many attempts to model superplastic forming process using the various techniques including finite element method. However, most of these attempts so far have disregarded the strain hardening effect which occurs in several superplastic materials. In this study,we have used ABAQUS finite element code to predict the suitable processing variables during an axisymmetric cup forming of Supral 100 and 7075Al alloys to examine the strain hardening effects on forming. The performance of numerical results was then compared with the experimental results.
The Evaluation Of Effectiveness Of ICDS In 7 Anganwadi Centres On The Health Status Of Pre-School Children
Kulkarni M.N,Pattabhi Y.N
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 1988,
Abstract: Impact of Integrated child Development Services (ICDS) scheme in 7 Anganwadi centers of Davangere Block on the health status of pre-school children were studied for a period of one year. Total of 547 children, who were enrolled for supplementary nutrition and non-formal education, formed the study group. Impact of the programme on nutritional status was seen only in severely malnourished children (Grade III & IV). Severely malnourished children constituted 9.3% of total initially and 3.9 percent at the end of the study. The number of children belonging to grade I & II malnutrition were 74% initially and 81.5% at the end of the study. Not much improvement in the immunization status for BCG., all three doses of oral polio vaccine and DPT was 42.4, 59.4 and 73.3 percent at the baseline study and 56, 67.7 and 82 percent respectively at the end of the study. The supply of supplementary nutrients and vaccines was irregular. High prevalence of vit. a€ Aa€ Deficiency and anemia were noted.
Evaluation of Canola Meal from Biodiesel Production as a Feed Ingredient for Broilers
Y.N. Min,Z. Wang,C. Coto,F. Yan
International Journal of Poultry Science , 2011,
Abstract: This study was conducted to evaluate canola meal from biodiesel production as a feed ingredient for broilers. One-d-old commercial strain male broilers were randomly assigned to experimental diets with 0, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25% canola meal. Diets were formulated to meet digestible amino acid requirements for periods of 0-14 d and 15-28 d. Each dietary treatment was replicated 6 times. Body weight and feed consumption were measured at 14 and 28 days of age. The results indicated that no significant (p>0.05) effect of canola levels was observed on feed intake, BW gain, feed conversion ratio, or mortality during the experimental period compared with control diets of soybean meal. Therefore, canola meal can be a valuable protein supplement for broilers when considered on a digestible amino acid basis. In this study, 25% canola was incorporated into broiler diets on a digestible amino acid basis without any negative effects on bird performance.
Singh Priti,Vishen Ashish,Wadhwani R,Pandey Y.N
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Scientific Innovation , 2012,
Abstract: To assess the toxicity of industrial effluents on certain macrophytes, the total chlorophyll content of free floating, submerged and emergent macrophytes were estimated in concentrations of industrial effluents at varying exposure duration. The result revealed reduction in total chlorophyll content of exposed macrophytes at higher concentrations of industrial effluents on prolonged duration.
Y.N. Vas’kovsky,M.A. Kovalenko
Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics , 2013,
Abstract: A diagnostics methodology for combined defects of induction motor rotors is introduced, the defects considered being simultaneous damage of rods, cage rings, and the rotor active steel. Diagnostic features and recommendations on the rotor combined defects identification are formulated.
Kinetics of the reduction of di-μ-oxo-tetrakis (1,10-phenanthroline)- dimanganese (III,IV) perchlorate by DL-methionine in acid solution
Y.N. Lohdip,J.F. Lyun
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 1998,
A Human Case Report of Diphyllobothrium latum at Shanghai, China
H. Li,S.H. Chen,Y.N. Zhang,L. Ai,J.X. Chen
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2012.3073.3075
Abstract: Fish tapeworm (Diphyllobothrium species) are endemic in many parts of the word, the commonest species being Diphyllobothrium latum. Human are the main definitive host of D. latum and the majority of individuals harbouring the parasite are asymptomatica. In this report, researchers describe a case of D. latum infection founded on routine detection of eggs in fecal. After the whole cestode gotten, PCR Molecular Method had been done for identification.
A Study On The Prevalence Of Diabetes Mellitus Amongst Family Members Of Known Diabetics
Mehra M,Bhatnagar A.K,Rao Y.N,Garg S
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 1990,
Abstract: The Present study on the prevalence of diabetes mellitus among family members of known diabetics was carried out by a house to house visit in Darya Ganji, an urban colony of Delhi. The study sample comprised family members of 213 known cases of diabetes mellitus diagnosed in an earlier survey done five months prior to the study. These cases belonged to 120 families. Of these families only 111 could be covered who had 462 persons above the age of 10 years. Of them, only 402 persons could be included in the study (non a€" response rate 12.9%). Of the total 402 subjects 48 were found to have abnormal carbohydrate tolerance (IGT + DM) to give an overall prevalence of 11.94&. The prevalence of IGT & DM was 8.7 % and 3.23% respectively. The prevalence of abnormal carbohydrate tolerance (ACT)(DM + IGT) was found to be significantly associated with age. Greater prevalence of diabetes amongst the siblings was noted when one parent was diabetic than when neither of the parents was diabetic.
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