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Marketing of Sabai Grass in Socio-Economic Development of Tribals in Mayurbhanj District, Orissa (India)
Priti Ranjan Hathy,Upendra Nath Sahu
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n2p149
Abstract: Socio-Economic development involves an increase in the material well being of the society. In a country like India, about 80 per cent of the population living in rural area and around 70 per cent of the population dependent on agriculture. Mayurbhanj is one of the richest districts in Orissa so far as forest and mineral wealth are concerned. Sabai grass industry plays a predominant role in shaping the economic destiny of the rural people in the district. The objective of this paper is to analyse the innovative schemes and the role of Sabai grass industry for the economic developments of growers of the district; Results show that the tribal of Mayurbhanj district generates the Sabai grass product marketing demand in national and international market so as to develop their economic status.
A Novel Channel Equalizer Using Large Margin Algebraic Perceptron Network
Priti R. Hathy,Sasmita K. Padhy,Siba P. Panigrahi,Prashant K. Patra
Journal of Communications , 2010, DOI: 10.4304/jcm.5.8.637-645
Abstract: This paper proposes a novel control scheme for channel equalization for wireless communication system. The proposed scheme considers channel equalization as a classification problem. For efficient solution of the problem, this paper makes use of a neural network working on Algebraic Perceptron (AP) algorithm as a classifier. Also, this paper introduces a method of performance improvement by increasing margin of AP equalizers. Novelty of the proposed scheme is evidenced by its simulation results.
Unaccustomed Earth : A Narrative Of Displacement And Dilemma
Priti Kanodia
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Soon likewise, my old native town will loom upon me through the haze of memory, a mist brooding over and around it; as if it were no portion of the real earth, but an overgrown village in cloud-land...Henceforth, it ceases to be a reality of my life. I am a citizen of somewhere else.- Nathaniel HawthorneAmerica was conceived in a spirit of openness, as a land where people could build new identities, grounded in the present and future, not the past. This dream, despite current fears of being under doubt of having foreign sounding names and subjecting visitors to the indignity of being fingerprinted has been in great part made real. It is a place where the rest of the world comes to reinvent itself accepting with excitement and anxiety the need of leaving behind strains, limitations (constrictions) and comforts of distant customs. This happens to be the underlying theme of Jhumpa Lahiri's new collection of stories, Unaccustomed Earth. The author portrays in these stories two generations of Bengali immigrants to America. The newcomers and their hyphenated children struggle to build normal and secure lives. Is it true that transplanting strengthens plant? Or can search experiments produce mixed outcomes? This paper intends to explore the answers to these and many more related questions in the title story of this book.
Personal knowledge management: the foundation of organisational knowledge management
Priti Jain
South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science , 2011, DOI: 10.7553/77-1-62
Abstract: The purpose of this small-scale study was to explore how people perceived Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), whether people were aware of the PKM concept, and how PKM can have an impact on organisational knowledge management and productivity. A questionnaire survey with quantitative and qualitative questions was used. The study revealed that a majority (63%) of respondents were not aware of the PKM concept; 33% were aware, while 2% had a vague idea about it. Eighty three (83%) felt that it was important to manage personal knowledge and that PKM could increase individual productivity and organisational performance. The major recommendations included creating awareness about PKM. It should be at the heart of each employee-development programme, alignment of personal and organisational goals and adequate facilities and training in PKM.
Introduction To Dividend Policy Of Company
Priti Aggarwal
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Dividend policy is the set of guidelines a company uses to decide how much of its earnings it will pay out to shareholders. When a company earns profits from operations, management can do one of two things with those profits. It can choose to retain them - essentially reinvesting them into the company with the hope of creating more profits and thus further stock appreciation. The alternative is to distribute a portion of the profits to shareholders in the form of dividends. The present paper highlight different approaches of dividend policy which are residual, hybrid and stability dividend approach. Companies using the residual dividend policy choose to rely on internally generated equity to finance any new projects. As a result, dividend payments can come out of the residual or leftover equity only after all project capital requirements are met. The fluctuation of dividends created by the residual policy significantly contrasts with the certainty of the dividend stability policy. With the stability policy, quarterly dividends are set at a fraction of yearly earnings. This policy reduces uncertainty for investors and provides them with income. Using the hybrid approach; companies tend to view the debt/equity ratio as a long-term rather than a short-term goal. In this paper cash dividend and procedure for payment of dividend explained. A cash dividend is money paid to stockholders, normally out of the corporation's current earnings or accumulated profits. Not all companies pay a dividend. Usually, the board of directors determines. Steps followed in the payment of dividend is- Ex-dividend date, declaration date, holder of record date, payment date.
Assessment of Spatial Variation of Groundwater Quality and Its Relationship With Land Use in Perth Metropolitan  [PDF]
Priyantha Ranjan SARUKKALIGE
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2011.35039
Abstract: To determine the effects of land use on groundwater quality in Western Australia, a quantitative analysis is carried out using groundwater quality data supplied by the Department of Water from over 500 groundwater wells across the Perth metropolitan area. We analyzed four main groundwater quality indicators; nutrients, physical parameters, inorganic non metals and trace metals. We found that groundwater beneath agricultural land was found to be particularly susceptible to nutrient loading due to the application of fertilizers. Nutrient levels were found to be rising over time due to increasing agriculture and urban development. Industrial areas were also found to have numerous contamination plumes that continue to migrate with the groundwater flow. According to Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council (ANZECC) guidelines and the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG), several areas including rural areas like Carabooda lake, Gnangara and Jandakot Mounds, Cockburn Sound, Forrestdale, Joondalup, and Ellenbrook and high density urban areas like Balcatta and Neerabup, industrial areas like North Fremantle, Welshpool and Kwinana are indentified as the vulnerable areas for groundwater quality.
Variations of Enclosing Problem Using Axis Parallel Square(s): A General Approach  [PDF]
Priya Ranjan Sinha Mahapatra
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2014.43016

Let P be a set of n points in two dimensional plane. For each point \"\", we locate an axis- parallel unit square having one particular side passing through p and enclosing the maximum number of points from P. Considering all points \"\", such n squares can be reported in O(nlogn) time. We show that this result can be used to (i) locate m>(2) axis-parallel unit squares which are pairwise disjoint and they together enclose the maximum number of points from P (if exists) and (ii) find the smallest axis-parallel square enclosing at least k points of P , \"\".

Search for Monic Irreducible Polynomials with Decimal Equivalents of Polynomials over Galois Field GF(pq)  [PDF]
Sankhanil Dey, Ranjan Ghosh
Open Journal of Discrete Mathematics (OJDM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojdm.2018.81003
Abstract: Substitution boxes or S-boxes play a significant role in encryption and de-cryption of bit level plaintext and cipher-text respectively. Irreducible Poly-nomials (IPs) have been used to construct 4-bit or 8-bit substitution boxes in many cryptographic block ciphers. In Advance Encryption Standard, the ele-ments of 8-bit S-box have been obtained from the Multiplicative Inverse (MI) of elemental polynomials (EPs) of the 1st IP over Galois field GF(28) by adding an additive element. In this paper, a mathematical method and the algorithm of the said method with the discussion of the execution time of the algorithm, to obtain monic IPs over Galois field GF(pq) have been illustrated with example. The method is very similar to polynomial multiplication of two polynomials over Galois field GF(pq) but has a difference in execution. The decimal equivalents of polynomials have been used to identify Basic Polynomials (BPs), EPs, IPs and Reducible polynomials (RPs). The monic RPs have been determined by this method and have been cancelled out to produce monic IPs. The non-monic IPs have been obtained with multiplication of α where?α∈ GF(pq)?and assume values from 2 to (p 1) to monic IPs.
A Review of Existing 4-Bit Crypto S-Box Cryptanalysis Techniques and Two New Techniques with 4-Bit Boolean Functions for Cryptanalysis of 4-Bit Crypto S-Boxes*  [PDF]
Sankhanil Dey, Ranjan Ghosh
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2018.83015
Abstract: 4-bit linear relations play an important role in cryptanalysis of 4-bit crypto S-boxes. 4-bit finite differences have also been a major part of cryptanalysis of 4-bit S-boxes. Existence of all 4-bit linear relations have been counted for all of 16 input and 16 output 4-bit bit patterns of 4-bit Crypto S-boxes said as S-boxes has been reported in Linear Cryptanalysis of 4-bit S-boxes. Count of existing finite differences from each element of output S-boxes to distant output S-boxes have been noted in Differential Cryptanalysis of S-boxes. In this paper a brief review of these two cryptanalytic methods for 4-bit S-boxes has been introduced in a very lucid and conceptual manner. Two new analysis techniques, one to search for the existing linear approximations among the input vectors (IPVs) and output Boolean functions (BFs) of a particular S-box has also been introduced in this paper. The search is limited to find the existing linear relations or approximations in the contrary to count the number of existent linear relations among all 16, 4-bit input and output bit patterns within all possible linear approximations. Another is to find number of balanced BFs in difference output S-boxes. Better the number of Balanced BFs, Better the security.
Flower Characteristics and Pollination Behavior of Euryale ferox (Salisb.)  [PDF]
Bakul Ranjan Jana
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.94057
Abstract: The Euryale ferox (Salisb.) or gorgon or makhana is one of the most important non cereal food crops of commerce from wetland ecosystem in India. Flower is cleistogamous (CLS) and predominantly self-pollinated. The variations in floral characters were observed in 10 types of germplasm viz., Manipur-2, Manipur-4, Manipur-7, Manipur-9, Selection-17, Selection-23, Selection-27, Selection-28, Superior Selection-1 and cv. Swarna Vaidehi. In our present study, the number of flowers varied from 8.33 (Manipur-9) to 16.33 (Superior Selection-1) per plant and flowering period was about 40 days. However, peak pollination was observed between 60 - 70 days after transplanting. The weather of August and September were ideal for pollination and fruit set. The temperature and humidity of this period were 29°C - 31°C and 79% - 81%, respectively. Besides cleistogamy (CL), chasmogamy (CH) is also observed after July flowering in Euryale, when crop gets matured, water level considerably goes down, and flowers are generally opened in air. There were rare chances for cross pollination by insect. In later stage, chasmogamous (CHS) flower increases up to 22.50% in October. Seed formation of the CHS flower was very less and seed number varies from July (11.25/fruit) to September (28.33/fruit). Artificial hybridization can be performed in CHS flower. The complete flower development was noticed within 72 - 96 hrs from floral initiation. Therefore, getting of CHS flower outside water is very less. There were strong correlations between number of embryos (r = 0.762), ovary area (longitudinal) (r = 0.681) with the yield of the Euryale plant.
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