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Software Risk Management
P. M. Chawan,Jijnasa Patil,Radhika Naik
International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing , 2013,
Abstract: Software Risk Management is a critical area among the nine knowledge areas used in Softwareproject management. This paper describes different frameworks and paradigms used in risk management. Aframework or a model is decided for managing risks in a project. This model acts as a tool for efficient riskmanagement. It has basic steps of Risk identification, risk planning, risk assessment, risk mitigation and riskmonitoring and controlling.
Intergroup Conflict Handling Modes in Communication Management
Prof. P. M. Chawan,Aniruddha P. Tekade,Pankaj R. Ingle
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The paper aims to analyses the types of conflicts thatgenerally occur during the lifecycle of a project. Particularly if theproject belongs to the field of Information Technology wherecomputation plays the indistinguishable part throughout thelifecycle, conflicts are unavoidable; rather they can be resolved witha good mindset and good managerial skills. All people can benefit,both personally and professionally, from learning conflictmanagement skills. Typically we respond to conflict by using one offive modes: Compromising, Collaborating, Competing, Avoiding,Accommodating.The study examined the intergroup conflict between R&Dmanagers and non - managers in four corporate companies, as wellas the relationship between each of the five conflict-handlingmodes: competition, accommodation, sharing, collaboration, andavoidance, with the following variables:1) Conflict frequency,2) Job satisfaction, and3) Job performance
CMS, LMS and LCMS For eLearning
Suman Ninoriya,P M Chawan,B B Meshram
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2011,
Abstract: Now a day's most of the educational centre (universities, institutes, colleges and schools) are using some eLearning tools as an integral part of their learning systems; to enhance their traditional learning systems or to use an alternative approach for virtual learning environment. These tools may base on content management or learning content management. Recently a composition of Learning Management System (LMS) and Content Management System (CMS) is used in eLearning. This paper helps you to understand the basic functionality of LMS, CMS and LCMS and how these are helpful in eLearning. In this we have proposed the integration of LMS and CMS. This paper gives the architecture of this hybrid model known as known as LCMS (Learning Content Management system).
Screening Agents in Belief Eliciting Mechanisms  [PDF]
Vinaysingh Chawan
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2016.64082
Abstract: This paper considers the problem of a decision maker (DM), who needs to hire an agent to assess the probability of occurrence of an event that is of interest to her. To decide the agent’s reward, the DM proposes a mechanism that will give reward based on the agent’s reported subjective probability and the actual outcome of the event. The reward mechanism needs to incentivize the expert to honestly reveal his subjective probability, and the reward has to be non-negative in all cases in order to ensure agent’s participation. In such a situation, it is possible that there are some agents who lack the expertise to assess the situation, but still participate to get sure non-negative payoff. The DM wants to screen out such uninformed agents from the informed ones. This work considers two mechanisms, and analyzes the behavior of both types of agents for the two mechanisms. It shows that screening is possible along with belief elicitation in some cases.
Role Of Arya Samaj Movement In Liberation Of Hyderabad-karnataka
Chawan Premsing
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Hyderabad-Karnataka area was ruled by the Nizams of Hyderabad before 1948. During their rule, people were suffered due to the atrocities from the Razakars and the rule of the Nizam. Many of the organizations and leaders were fought against the rule of the Nizam and atrocities of the Razakars. Arya Samaj is one such organization founded by Swami Dayanand Saraswati. Under the leadership of Swami Ramanand Teerth, Arya Samaj opened its branches in Hyderabad-Karnataka region and organized many forms of movements and agitations to liberate the region. Due to the efforts of Arya Samaj and leaders, finally Hyderabad-Karnataka was got liberated in 1948 and merged into the Indian Union.
Preparation of Folate-Conjugated Pluronic F127/Chitosan Core-Shell Nanoparticles Encapsulating Doxorubicin for Breast Cancer Treatment
Chawan Manaspon,Kwanchanok Viravaidya-Pasuwat,Nuttaporn Pimpha
Journal of Nanomaterials , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/593878
Abstract: A targeting drug delivery system using folate-conjugated pluronic F127/chitosan core-shell nanoparticles was developed to deliver doxorubicin (DOX) to the target cancer cells. First, DOX was encapsulated in pluronic F127 micelle cores in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) by a self-assembly method. To form a shell, a layer of either chitosan or folate-conjugated chitosan was deposited onto the pluronic micelles. The encapsulation efficiency was approximately 58.1±4.7%. The average size of the core-shell nanoparticles was 37.4±2.0 nm, while the zeta potential was 12.9±2.3 mV, indicating the presence of a shell layer and more stable particles. In an in vitro DOX release study, an initial burst release, followed by a sustained release, was observed within 24 hours. In addition, the core-shell nanoparticles showed greater cytotoxicity towards MCF-7 cells than free DOX, suggesting a better therapeutic efficacy in treating cancer.
Safety of equine rabies immunoglobulin in grade III bites
Chawan V,Tripathi R,Sankhe L,Fernandes A
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2007,
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Dielectric Property Studies of Biologically Compatible Brushite Single Crystals Used as Bone Graft Substitute  [PDF]
M. P. Binitha, P. P. Pradyumnan
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology (JBNB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbnb.2013.42016
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The electrical characterization of bone is essential for the better understanding of the role of electrical stimulation in bone remodeling. Calcium Hydrogen Phosphate Dihydrate or brushite (CaHPO4 2H2O) has been used in bone substitution owing to their fast resorption under physiological condition. Brushite is a suitable matrix for osteoconductive bone grafts. In this work, Calcium Hydrogen Phosphate single crystals have been grown by single diffusion gel growth technique. The powder XRD studies revealed the monoclinic structure of the grown crystals. The vibrational analysis of the crystals is done with FTIR spectroscopy and the major functional groups and their assigned vibrations are discussed. The frequency dependence of dielectric constant and ac conductivity at different temperatures have been studied in detail. This study shows decrease in the dielectric constant with the increase in frequency and temperature. The variation of ac conductivity is found to be increasing with frequency and decreasing with temperature.

An Investigation into the Role of Capping on Second Harmonic Generation from Nonlinear Organic Polymer and Guest-Host Thin Films by In-Situ Poling  [PDF]
P. M. Ushasree, M. Szablewski
Optics and Photonics Journal (OPJ) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/opj.2016.65013
Abstract: In attempts to fabricate thermally stable second-order nonlinear polymer thin films, we have investigated the second harmonic generation (SHG) from both nonlinear polymer and guest-host thin films. We have also investigated the role of capping on the SHG, temporal stability and relaxation of dipole alignment. Corona poling techniques were employed to orient the dopants into the noncentrosymmetric structure required to obtain the SHG. The effect of capping with a polymeric encapsulant below the glass transition temperature of the polymers on the unpoled and corona poled thin films was studied. Capping of the nonlinear polymer and guest host thin films have resulted in high SHG with good temporal stability. SHG signal falls drastically during the first 8 days after poling while no further significant decay in SHG signal was observed after about 33 days. Our investigations have identified the characteristics required for a good encapsulant on a non-con-ductive surface.
Validation of PSIAC Model for Sediment Yields Estimation in Ungauged Catchments of Tanzania  [PDF]
P. M. Ndomba
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2013.47104
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The main objective of this paper is to report on preliminary validation results of the newly applied sediment yields estimation model in Tanzania, the Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee (PSIAC). This is a follow-up research on the call to customize simple and/or multi-processes sediment yields estimation models such as PSIAC in the region. The PSIAC approach is based on a sediment yield classification scheme employing individual drainage basin characteristics: surface geology, soils, climate, runoff, topography, ground cover, land use, upland erosion, channel erosion, and sediment transport. In this study, PSIAC model is built from readily available environmental variables sourced from Government ministries/agencies and public domain global spatial data. The sediment classification exercise was verified with field observations. The set up model was then validated by 31 small dams’ siltation surveys and previous sedimentation study findings. PSIAC model performance for major part of central Tanzania was good during calibration (BIAS = 7.88%) and validation (BIAS = 18.12%). Another observation was that uncalibrated model performs fairly well, though performance improves with calibration. The extension of the uncalibrated PSIAC model to 3 selected large basins of Tanzania, with drainage areas size up to 223,000 km2, registered a satisfactory performance in one of them with fair performance in the rest. For large

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