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Hypophosphatemic Rickets: Presenting Features of Fanconi—Bickel Syndrome
Mahua Roy,K. Bose,D. K. Paul,Puja Anand
Case Reports in Pathology , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/314696
Abstract: Fanconi-Bickel Syndrome (FBS) is a rare variety of glycogen storage disease (GSD). Characterized by massive hepatomegaly due to glycogen accumulation, severe hypophosphatemic rickets, and marked growth retardation due to proximal renal tubular dysfunction. We report a young boy presented as hypophosphatemic rickets with hepatomegaly and subsequently diagnosed as FBS.
Cloud computing and its applications in the world of networking
Puja Dhar
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2012,
Abstract: The paper discusses the most discussed topic nowadays cloud computing. Cloud computing is becoming a buzzword. The paper explains the concept, Services provided by cloud computing and different service providers. Also it works out how this technology can be harnessed to bring benefits to the challenges of the business, in terms of cost reduction and maintain competitiveness.
Financial Management Of Imminent Business Prospect In Punjab
Puja Kaura
Asian Economic and Financial Review , 2011,
Abstract: A survey study was conducted to study the profitability index of apicultureenterprise in Pathankot, Gurdaspur district, Punjab. Data for period of a year (2009-9010) was collected by interviewing randomly selected 10 beekeepers from asample survey. Profitability Index of apiculture was computed by including andexcluding the revenue obtained from colony selling. 3% of beekeepers sold beecolonies for earning income which was very less. The study revealed thatProfitability Indices of apiculture were 2.81 and 1.88 in the case of inclusion andexclusion of the income received from the colony selling, respectively. It showedthat apiculture industry was running in profit in both cases. But in former case, thePI is higher than the latter case therefore in order to find that which investmentoption is better (Beekeeping with colony selling or not colony selling) the PaybackPeriod technique of investment evaluation is used. The research findings showedthat in former case the investment would take 0.35 years to pay back and in lattercase it would take 0.53 years to payback the returns hence it was concluded thatbeekeeping with colony selling was better investment option and was a good sourceof income . Further, it is suggested that Govt. of Punjab should encourage theapiculture by providing timely loan facilities at reasonable interest rates, arrangingtraining programmes which create the awareness of the latest techniques to farmersand how to keep the financial records so that they are able to assess which optionwill yield them higher and faster returns as this is cheapest and good source ofincome for rural people in Pathankot .
Image Retrieval Relevance Feedback algorithms: Trends and Techniques
Puja Kumar
International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: : With many applications, Content based Image Retrieval (CBIR) has come into the attention in recent decades. To reduce the schematic gap a wide variety of relevance feedback (RF) algorithms have been developed in recent years to improve the performance of CBIR systems. These RF algorithms capture user’s preferences and bridge the semantic gap. Many schemes and techniques of relevance feedback exist with many assumptions and operating criteria. Yet there exist few ways of quantitatively measuring and comparing different relevance feedback algorithms. Such analysis is necessary if a CBIR system is to perform consistently. In this paper, different RF techniques are reviewed. The selection of papers include sources from image processing journals, conferences, books, dissertations and thesis out of more than 500 journals, books and online research databases. The state of art research on each category is provided with emphasis on developed technologies and image properties used by them. Finally, conclusions are drawn summarizing commonly used techniques and their complexities in applications.
Characterization of Performance Anomalies in Hadoop
Puja Gupta
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: With the huge variety of data and equally large-scale systems, there is not a unique execution setting for these systems which can guarantee the best performance for each query. In this project, we tried so study the impact of different execution settings on execution time of workloads by varying them one at a time. Using the data from these experiments, a decision tree was built where each internal node represents the execution parameter, each branch represents value chosen for the parameter and each leaf node represents a range for execution time in minutes. The attribute in the decision tree to split the dataset on is selected based on the maximum information gain or lowest entropy. Once the tree is trained with the training samples, this tree can be used to get approximate range for the expected execution time. When the actual execution time differs from this expected value, a performance anomaly can be detected. For a test dataset with 400 samples, 99% of samples had actual execution time in the range predicted time by the decision tree. Also on analyzing the constructed tree, an idea about what configuration can give better performance for a given workload can be obtained. Initial experiments suggest that the impact an execution parameter can have on the target attribute (here execution time) can be related to the distance of that feature node from the root of the constructed decision tree. From initial results the percent change in the values of the target attribute for various value of the feature node which is closer to the root is 6 times larger than when that same iii feature node is away from the root node. This observation will depend on how well the decision tree was trained and may not be true for every case.
EXTENDED DYNAMIC SOURCE ROUTING PROTOCOL FOR AD HOC NETWORK
Puja Kumari Sharma
Indian Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: MANET is a collection of self-configurable mobile nodes. Several routing protocols are proposed for ad hoc network among which DSR and AODV On demand routing protocols are mostly used. Existing Dynamic source routing protocol is not suitable for large network because packet size gets increased according to the number of nodes travelled by route discovery packet. In this paper, extended DSR routing protocol is proposed to eliminate the above limitation of existing DSR. Proposed protocol will be suitable for small and large both types of networks.
A Detailed look of Audio Steganography Techniques using LSB and Genetic Algorithm Approach
Gunjan Nehru,Puja Dhar
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2012,
Abstract: This paper is the study of various techniques of audio steganography using different algorithmis like genetic algorithm approach and LSB approach. We have tried some approaches that helps in audio steganography. As we know it is the art and science of writing hidden messages in such a way that no one, apart from the sender and intended recipient, suspects the existence of the message, a form of security through obscurity. In steganography, the message used to hide secret message is called host message or cover message. Once the contents of the host message or cover message are modified, the resultant message is known as stego message. In other words, stego message is combination of host message and secret message. Audio steganography requires a text or audio secret message to be embedded within a cover audio message. Due to availability of redundancy, the cover audio message before steganography, stego message after steganography remains same. for information hiding.
Changes in serum calcium, magnesium and inorganic phosphorus levels during different phases of the menstrual cycle
Dullo Puja,Vedi Neeraj
Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Background: The menstrual cycle is a complex process involving the interaction of the hypothalamus, the anterior pituitary, the ovaries and the uterus. The hormonal changes occurring during this cyclic process not only affect oocyte maturation and the endometrial and vaginal environments but can also have an effect on a number of other physiological and biochemical phenomena. Aim and Method: We investigated the changes in serum calcium, magnesium and inorganic phosphorus levels during different phases of the menstrual cycle in fifty healthy young women. We found subtle but significant variations in these levels in the menstrual, follicular and luteal phases. Result: The serum calcium level was highest in the follicular phase whereas the serum magnesium level was lowest in the follicular phase; the serum inorganic phosphorus levels was highest in the menstrual phase. Conclusion: These variations could be due to the impact of the changing estrogen and progesterone secretion on the parathyroid glands.
A Test of Transactional and Transformational Leadership Behaviour of Salesman on Customer Relationship Marketing Behaviour: A Study of the Indian Banking Sector
Puja Khatri,Sumit Duggal
BVICAM's International Journal of Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: The present study was aimed to test constituents as well as complete theories of Transactional and Transformational Leadership behaviour of salesman on customer relationship marketing behaviour in Indian Banking scenario. For Transactional Leadership it was hypothesized that contingency reward system and management by exception of salesperson positively affect customer trust, customer commitment and together they contribute to customer relationship behaviour .For transformational Leadership it was hypothesized that idealized influence behaviour, individualized considerate, Intellectual stimulation, Inspirational motivation behaviour of salespersons positively affect customers’ trust, customers’ commitment, customer assumptions and customers optimistic engagement. Non-Probabilistic sampling methods were used. A survey was conducted among 61 sales persons and their customers in the Indian banking sector, and the regression analysis was performed to test hypotheses. Conclusion shows that contingency reward system influence customer relationship up to a certain extent while management by exceptions is not so appropriate for maintaining the relationship with customer though it is showing correlation, while in case of transformational leadership idealized influence behaviour of salespersons positively influences customer trust, individualized consideration of salespersons, in turn influences customer commitment, Intellectual stimulation encourage creativity and changes earlier assumptions of customer and Inspirational Motivation influences optimistic engagement of customers. It was also found that the combined effect of all the constituent of Transformational Leadership theories are positively related with customers’ relationship commitment. Conclusion motivate us to think complementary nature of these theories thus points out how leadership development training can be adapted to improve relationship marketing skills of sales persons.
Unconventional band structure for a periodically gated surface of a three dimensional Topological Insulator
Puja Mondal,Sankalpa Ghosh
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/27/49/495301
Abstract: The surface states of the three dimensional (3D) Topological Insulators are described by two-dimensional (2D) massless dirac equation. A gate voltage induced one dimensional potential barrier on such surface creates a discrete bound state in the forbidden region outside the dirac cone. Even for a single barrier it is shown such bound state can create electrostatic analogue of Shubnikov de Haas oscillation which can be experimentally observed for relatively smaller size samples. However when these surface states are exposed to a periodic arrangement of such gate voltage induced potential barriers, the band structure of the same got nontrivially modified. This is expected to significantly alters the properties of macroscopic system. We also suggest that in suitable limit the system may offer ways to control electron spin electrostatically which may be practically useful.
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