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Cloud on Linux Operating System
Pritee Gavhane,Pratibha Kurumkar,Madhuri Jagtap,Dharti Mahajan?
International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing , 2013,
Abstract: The term “cloud” is analyzed to “Internet”. The term “Cloud computing” is based on cloud drawings used in the past to represent telephone networks and later to depict internet. Cloud computing is a internet based computing where virtual shared servers provide software, infrastructure, platform, devices and other resources and hosting to customers on a pay-as-you basis. All information that a digitized system has to offer is a provided as a service in the cloud computing model. Users can access these services available on the “Internet cloud” without having any previous know - how on managingthe resources involved. Cloud computing is a computing model not a technology. In this model customers plug into the “cloud” to access IT resources which are price and provided “on demand”.Cloud computing is a style of computing where massively scalable IT related capabilities are provided “as a service” to external customers using internet technologies. Virtualization is the ability to run multiple OS (software’s) on a single physical systems and share the underlying a hardware resources. Cloud computing provide services which are mainly of an OS running on a single virtualized computing environment with middleware layers that attempt to combine physical and virtualized resources from multiple OS and specialized application engines. This paper, we discuss about the virtual distributed OS. Cloud OS, which provide the maximum features cloud computing by using c panel. The cloud OS works on the principles layout by LINUX. The cloud OS aims to provide a simple programming abstraction to available cloud resources, strong isolation techniquesbetween cloud processes and strong integration with network resources.
A New Charged Anisotropic Compact Star Model in General Relativity  [PDF]
Ritu Tamta, Pratibha Fuloria
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2017.811104
Abstract: In the present article, we explore a new static, spherically symmetric charged anisotropic fluid model of compact star in curvature coordinates. We consider metric potential g44 of Durgapal’s fifth solution [1] with a specific choice of electric field intensity E and physically acceptable expression of anisotropy factor Δ , which involve parameters K (charge) and Δ (anisotropy) respectively. The solution so obtained is utilized to construct the model for superdense star like neutron star. We have analysed that corresponding to X=0.1, K=2.8, a=1.6 and by assuming surface density \"\", the mass of the compact star comes out to be \"\" with radius 14.51 kms, which closely resembles to that of PSRJ0348 + 0432. The solution is well behaved for the values of K satisfying ?1K<5. Our model is described analytically as well as with the help of graphical representations. Our solution is well behaved and free from any central singularity. It also satisfies all the energy conditions as well as the causality condition thus reconfirming the stability of our model.
On Collapse of Uniform Density Sphere with Pressure  [PDF]
Mahesh Chandra Durgapal, Pratibha Fuloria
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2010.12020
Abstract: Adiabatic collapse solutions of uniform density sphere have been discussed by so many authors. An analysis of these solutions has been done by considering the baryonic conservation law and the no heat transfer condition. We have examined whether the pressure can remain finite or not during the collapse.
Land Suitability Analysis for Orange & Pineapple: A Multi Criteria Decision Making Approach Using Geo Spatial Technology  [PDF]
Pratibha T. Das, S. Sudhakar
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2014.61005

Land evaluation procedure given by FAO for soil site suitability for various land utilization types for rainfed agriculture has been used to assess the land suitability for khasi mandarin orange and pineapple in East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya. The database on soil and land use/land cover was generated from IRS-P6 remote sensing satellite data, soil survey and laboratory analysis of soil samples to perform an integrated analysis in the Geographic Information System environment. Different soil chemical parameters and physical parameters were considered to evaluate soil site suitability for orange & pineapple. Different thematic layers were derived from soil map by using ArcGIS software. Subsequently all of them were overlaid and integrated in GIS environment and suitability criteria was applied to the resulted composite map and generated land suitability map for orange and pineapple. The result indicated that the soil sites of the study area are highly to marginally suitable for mandarin orange whereas it is marginally suitable for pineapple. The study reveals that highly suitable areas for orange are found in the Cherapunjee and Mawsynram area that covers 34.5 Sq.Km areas. Moderately suitable (37% of TGA) and marginally suitable (24% of TGA) areas are found only because of slope constraint (8%-30% slope). The hills with deep gorges and ravines on the southern portion of the district is found not suitable for orange plantation because of steep slopes (>30%) and stoniness. Land suitability analysis for pineapple showed that 81% area of total geographical area of the district is marginally suitable and 19% area is not suitable to support the crop. The district is marginally suitable because of topography (slope and erosion), soil fertility (base saturation and CEC) and climate.

Stress and health related quality of life of Nepalese students studying in South Korea: A cross sectional study
Pratibha Bhandari
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7525-10-26
Abstract: One hundred and thirty students were enrolled in this study. HRQOL was assessed using the Medical Outcomes Study Short Forms (SF-12) questionnaire. Perceived stress and acculturative stress was measured using the Perceived Stress Scale and Acculturative Stress Scale for international students, respectively. Pearson's correlation test and multiple regression analysis were performed.Perceived stress and acculturative stress were negatively correlated with HRQOL. The highest value in the HRQOL was reported for the vitality subscale and the lowest value was reported for the role-emotional. In the regression model, perceived stress, acculturative stress, relationship with advisor, and marital status accounted for a significant (p < .001) portion of the variance (49%) in the mental component summary of the HRQOL.The findings of this study indicate that Nepalese students studying in South Korea experience a considerable amount of perceived and acculturative stress, which is negatively related with their HRQOL. Provision of culture specific counseling and orientation programs may benefit the students. The determinants of HRQOL identified in this study were perceived stress, acculturative stress, relationship with advisor, and marital status.HRQOL is a multidimensional subjective concept and also an important health determinant [1]. Better HRQOL is vital for normal and productive functioning of an individual. Over the years, several studies have demonstrated the importance of HRQOL assessment among different groups of people, including university students. University life, where major life transition occurs, has often been recognized as a stressful period in one's life that can result in lowered levels of HRQOL. Academic pressures, peer pressure, pressures in relationships, being away from home, and financial concerns during the transition from school to university life have been identified as common stressors among university students [2]. Further in recent years following
Chronic myeloid leukemia: Cytogenetics and molecular genetics
Amare Pratibha
Indian Journal of Human Genetics , 2002,
Stress causing psychosomatic illness among nurses
Kane Pratibha
Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: Stress in nurses is an endemic problem. It contributes to health problems in nurses and decreases their efficiency. Documenting the causes and extent of stress in any healthcare unit is essential for successful interventions . Aim : Establishing the existence and extent of work stress in nurses in a hospital setting, identifying the major sources of stress, and finding the incidence of psychosomatic illness related to stress. Materials and Methods: This study used a questionnaire relating to stressors and a list of psychosomatic ailments. One hundred and six nurses responded and they were all included in the study. Stressors were based on four main factors: work related, work interactions, job satisfaction, and home stress. The factors relating to stress were given weights according to the severity. The total score of 50 was divided into mild, moderate, severe, and burnout. Results: Most important causes of stress were jobs not finishing in time because of shortage of staff, conflict with patient relatives, overtime, and insufficient pay. Psychosomatic disorders like acidity, back pain, stiffness in neck and shoulders, forgetfulness, anger, and worry significantly increased in nurses having higher stress scores. Increase in age or seniority did not significantly decrease stress. Conclusion: Moderate levels of stress are seen in a majority of the nurses. Incidence of psychosomatic illness increases with the level of stress. Healthcare organizations need to urgently take preemptive steps to counter this problem.
Pratibha Karanth
Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development , 2011, DOI: 10.5463/dcid.v22i1.9
Abstract: A checklist is ideal when assessing young children who are ‘difficult to test’. The Communication DEALL Developmental Checklist (CDDC) was developed by Karanth (1), to assess developmental skills of children up to the age of 6 years, along eight developmental domains, with norms based on an Indian population. Since all checklists depend on rater reliability, the aim of the current study was to establish inter rater reliability of the CDDC. Two senior Speech Language Pathologists used a 4-point rating scale, to assess 40 children with developmental disabilities (across the ages of 0-6 years) on the CDDC checklist. Each rater independently made two ratings during the assessment; the first as reported by the parent (PR1 and PR2), and the second based on the clinician’s own observation (CR1 and CR2). The correlation between CR1 and CR2, as well as PR1 and PR2 for each rater separately, was found to be high, suggesting that the CDDC provides a reliable baseline for the developmental skills of children up to 6 years. DOI 10.5463/DCID.v22i1.9
Well Behaved Parametric Class of Exact Solutions of Einstein-Maxwell Field Equations in General Relativity  [PDF]
Neeraj Pant, B. C. Tewari, Pratibha Fuloria
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2011.212186
Abstract: We present a new well behaved class of exact solutions of Einstein-Maxwell field equations. This solution describes charge fluid balls with positively finite central pressure, positively finite central density; their ratio is less than one and causality condition is obeyed at the centre. The gravitational red shift is positive throughout positive within the ball. Outmarch of pressure, density, pressure-density ratio, the adiabatic speed of sound and gravitational red shift is monotonically decreasing, however, the electric intensity is monotonically increasing in nature. The solution gives us wide range of parameter K (0.72 ≤ K ≤ 2.41) for which the solution is well behaved hence, suitable for modeling of super dense star. For this solution the mass of a star is maximized with all degree of suitability and by assuming the surface density ρb = 2 × 1014g/cm3. Corresponding to K = 0.72 with X = 0.15, the resulting well behaved model has the mass M = 1.94 MΘ with radius rb » 15.2 km and for K = 2.41 with X = 0.15, the resulting well behaved model has the mass M = 2.26 MΘ with radius rb » 14.65 km.
Abruptio Placentae 116 Cases: Role of PGE1 in Cervical Ripening and Induction of Labor, January 2006-August 2006  [PDF]
Pratibha Devabhaktuni, M. G. S. Nagasree
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2018.86065
Abstract: OBJECTIVES: In the very high risk obstetric cases of placental abruption, expediting delivery is of utmost urgency, since the complications are related to the abruption delivery interval. Before the introduction of prostaglandins for labor induction, it was a routine practice to do amniotomy and use oxytocin drip to accelerate labor when vaginal delivery was contemplated. We present 116 cases of placental abruption, including the severe cases, managed in the year 2006 during a period of 8 months, at Modern Government Maternity Hospital, which was the biggest maternity hospital in the combined state of Andhra Pradesh, and is the biggest in the state of Telangana, attached to Osmania Medical College. The role of prostaglandin E1 (PGE1), for cervical ripening and labor induction/augmentation has been analyzed in this observational study. A variety of variables including age, parity, gestational age, severity of abruption and maternal and fetal status, associated preeclampsia, Bishop score, availability of blood and blood products, associated complications, all factors influence the management adopted. MATERIAL METHODS: The response to PGE1 induction has been studied in terms of efficacy, the total number of doses of vaginal PGE1 in relation to parity, induction delivery interval, successful vaginal delivery rate, the indications for caesarean delivery, perinatal outcome and complications. A decision was made for either abdominal delivery or vaginal delivery on a case to case basis. A routine amniotomy was performed when the cervical os was open, both for confirmation of diagnosis and to release intra uterine pressure, and also it would help in the acceleration of labor. When the Bishop score was more than six, amniotomy was performed and an oxytocin intravenous drip was started. If the Bishop score was less than six, 25/50 mcg. Misoprostol (PGE1) was
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