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Amigos: Social Networking with Advertisement Management
Devika Joshi,Rutuja Kulkarni,Arundhati Rao,Pooja Wagh
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: With the vast growth of Internet use nowadays, business advertising has enjoyed a more advanced phase. There is a wider selection for media, advertising cost and market range. The challenge is to find which one to focus on. Among the many options, social networking site has turned out to be one of the most promising media today. Keeping this motive Amigos offers completely redesigned advertisement management algorithm which takes advantage of the profile data and hence targets advertisement directly to user according to his interests. Amigos covers most of the essential aspects of social network including editable profiles, messages, groups , events , status updates , uploading photos. Although that is true , the social network does have some unique features of its own like segregation of personal and professional information and displaying the UI accordingly. It would help people willing to join a single networking site and yet be able to control the two fronts of their lives separately. The advertising module looks over the space management of ads and displays them according to user preferences. Not only that, it also gives the advertiser different options to choose from fixed spaces for frequently accessed pages or real time bidding for inner pages .Thus using Social networking the advertising industry can target masses and lead the advertisers to build long term success in the performance advertising industry.
Doppler’s Effect, Gravity and Cosmology  [PDF]
Sanjay M. Wagh
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.48A008

We first show that Dopplers effect implies that the time runs identically in the frames of reference of the source of light and the observer. Furthermore, we then show that the frequency shift due to the (assumed) expansion of space, if any, is indistinguishable from that due to the motion of the source with respect to the observer; and that the shift does not depend on the distance to the source. Observed frequency shifts of cosmological sources then need to be interpreted as being only due to their motions with respect to us. This has important implications for our ideas in cosmology.

Study on Causal Association between FDI and Its Determinants in Taiwan  [PDF]
Shailender Singh, Pooja Jain
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.815213
Abstract: A vital role is played by FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in enhancing the growth and economic status of the country. Most of the countries in the developing phase depend on FDI to foster their economy as they were facing the scarcity of hard cash for their development process. High growth performance experienced by Taiwan economy largely relies on the FDI; to attract the foreign capital inflows the Taiwan government work on many policies. But the most important factors which influence and attract the foreign capital inflows are in academic debate. On the basis of macroeconomic theory knowledge, this research paper will shed light on the econometric analysis on the data of Taiwans total foreign direct investment and factors influencing it, which contains exchange rate, inflation rate, Taiwan stock exchange index, import, and business income tax during the years of 1998 to 2013.
Effect of Non-Homogeneity on Thermally Induced Vibration of Orthotropic Visco-Elastic Rectangular Plate of Linearly Varying Thickness  [PDF]
Arun Kumar Gupta, Pooja Singhal
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/am.2010.14043
Abstract: The analysis presented here is to study the effect of non-homogeneity on thermally induced vibration of orthotropic visco-elastic rectangular plate of linearly varying thickness. Thermal vibrational behavior of non-homogeneous rectangular plates of variable thickness having clamped boundary conditions on all the four edges is studied. For non–homogeneity of the plate material, density is assumed to vary linearly in one direction. Using the method of separation of variables, the governing differential equation is solved. An approximate but quite convenient frequency equation is derived by using Rayleigh-Ritz technique with a two-term deflection function. Time period and deflection at different points for the first two modes of vibration are calculated for various values of temperature gradients, non- homogeneity constant, taper constant and aspect ratio. Comparison studies have been carried out with non-homogeneous visco-elastic rectangular plate to establish the accuracy and versatility.
Thermal Effect on Free Vibration of Non-Homogeneous Orthotropic Visco-Elastic Rectangular Plate of Parabolically Varying Thickness  [PDF]
Arun Kumar Gupta, Pooja Singhal
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/am.2010.16060
Abstract: A simple model presented here is to study the thermal effect on vibration of non-homogeneous orthotropic visco-elastic rectangular plate of parabolically varying thickness having clamped boundary conditions on all the four edges. For non-homogeneity of the plate material, density is assumed to vary linearly in one direction. Using the separation of variables method, the governing differential equation has been solved for vibration of non-homogeneous orthotropic viscoelastic rectangular plate. An approximate frequency equation is derived by using Rayleigh-Ritz technique with a two-term deflection function. Results are calculated for time period and deflection at different points, for the first two modes of vibration, for various values of temperature gradients, non-homogeneity constant, taper constant and aspect ratio and shown by graphs.
Explaining Michelson-Morley without Special Relativity
Sanjay M. Wagh,Abhijit H. Wagh
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper, we first discuss the concept of an emission wave. In the history of science, this is the first time we have discovered a new way in which (transverse) waves are realized in nature. It can therefore be expected to lead to important changes in the perspective about the nature of light or radiation. Then, we point out that the null result of the Michelson-Morley experiment is a natural and straightforward consequence of light being an emission wave. Concepts of special relativity, of length contraction and of time dilation, are not required for this explanation, however.
The Gravity and The Quantum: A Bohr-inspired Synthesis
Sanjay M. Wagh,Abhijit H Wagh
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: An effective angular momentum quantization condition of the form $mvr=n\hbar(m/m_F)$ is used to obtain a Bohr-like model of Hydrogen-type atoms and a modified Schr\"{o}dinger equation. Newton's constant, $G$, of Gravitation gets explicitly involved through the fundamental mass $m_F$ as defined in the sequel. This non-relativistic formalism may be looked upon as a ``testing ground'' for the more general synthesis of the gravity and the quantum.
Middleware and Toolkits in Grid Computing
Pooja Rani
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: The increasing demand for more computing power and data storage capacity in many fields of business, research, engineering, medical and science has raised the emergence of Grid Computing. Grid computing facilitates the environment where computers are interconnected with each other in such a manner that for making the execution faster of their tasks they can utilize the unused processing power of other idle systems. The applications of grid demand the secure access to the computational resources in the distributed environment. The secure and uniform access to resources is provided by Grid Middleware. In this paper, I have presented some of the middleware and Toolkits having some advantages and disadvantages.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Neural networks offer an alternative approach both for identification and control of nonlinear processes in process engineering. The lack of software tools for the design of controllers based on neural network models is particularly pronounced in this field. SIMULINK is properly a widely used graphical code development environment which allows system-level developers to perform rapid prototyping and testing. Such graphical based programming environment involves block-based code development and offers a more intuitive approach to modeling and control task in a great variety of engineering disciplines. In this paper a review of SIMULINK based Neural Tool has been done for analysis and design of multivariable neural based control systems. Application areas of ANNs include system identification and control (vehicle control, process control), game-playing and decision making (backgammon, chess, racing), pattern recognition (radar systems, face identification, object recognition), sequence recognition (gesture, speech, handwritten text recognition), medical diagnosis, financial applications,knowledge discovery in databases,visualization and filtering.
Pooja Walia
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The present study was conducted to examine the relationship of mathematical creativity with achievement and differences between boys and girls with regard to their mathematical creativity (along with its dimensions) and achievement. Simple random sampling was used to select the participants. Participants (N= 180, boys = 99 and girls = 81) completed creativity test. Mathematical creativity was measured using the Creative Ability in Mathematics Test developed by Balka (1974). Pearson's Product Moment Correlation analysis indicated that mathematical creativity (along with its dimensions) is related to achievement in mathematics of eighth grade students. No significant difference was found between boys and girls with regard to their achievement and mathematical creativity (along with its dimensions). However, girls were found better than boys on one dimension of mathematical creativity i.e. flexibility.
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