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Devnagari Script Segmentation Based on JNI (Java Native Interface)
Pinal K. Shah Preeti K. Dave
International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a form of computer vision that extracts alphanumeric characters from a digital image. The technology can be used for digitizing printed text, handwriting recognition, and making digital images searchable for text. Following the survey, an implementation of OCR Segmentation in JAVA will be presented and analyzed. OCR system converts scanned input document into editable text document. This paper presents the detailed description about the characteristics of Devnagari Script. How it is different from the other roman scripts. And what makes the Segmentation for any roman script different from the Segmentation for Devnagari script. The various stages of an OCR system are: upload a scanned image from the computer, segmentation process in which we extract the text zone from the image, recognition of the text and the last which is post processing process in which the output of the previous stage goes through the error detection and correction phase. This paper explains about the user interface provided with the OCR with the help of which a user can very easily add or modify the segmentation done by the OCR system.
Adenoid cystic carcinoma of breast and the importance of differentiation from collagenous spherulosis by FNAC
Pandya Amrish,Shah Pinal,Patel R,Patel Prashant
Journal of Cytology , 2010,
Abstract: We are presenting a case of adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) of breast in a 66-year-old woman having lump in left breast, admitted to surgical ward of our institute. A diagnosis of ACC of breast was made and subsequently confirmed histopathologically and on immunohistochemistry.
Entropy of Mixing and the Glass Transition of Amorphous Mixtures
Rodolfo Pinal
Entropy , 2008, DOI: 10.3390/entropy-e10030207
Abstract: Different equations have been proposed for estimating the glass transition temperature of amorphous mixtures. All such expressions lack a term to account for the effect of the entropy of mixing on the glass transition. An entropy based analysis for the glass transition of amorphous mixtures is presented. The treatment yields an explicit mixing term in the expression for the glass transition temperature of a mixture. The obtained expression reduces to the Couchman-Karasz equation in the limiting case where the contribution of the entropy of mixing approaches zero. Equivalent expressions are obtained for the glass transition temperature of a mixture of two glass formers as for the effect of a plasticizing liquid diluent on the glass transition temperature of an amorphous material.
Hipercalcemia humoral secundaria a carcinoma mixto de endometrio
Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1137-66272010000300010
Abstract: hypercalcemia secondary to neoplastic disease is a frequent entity caused in the majority of cases by ectopic secretions of pthrp. despite this there are certain tumours, such as uterine carcinomas, in which this type of paraneoplastic manifestation has been described very little. we present a case of humoral hypercalcemia in a mixed endometrial carcinoma.
Hipercalcemia humoral secundaria a carcinoma mixto de endometrio Humoral hypercalcemia in mixed endometrial carcinoma
I. Pinal-Fernández
Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra , 2010,
Abstract: La hipercalcemia secundaria a enfermedad neoplásica es una entidad frecuente causada en la mayor parte de los casos por secreción ectópica de PTHrp. A pesar de esto hay ciertos tumores, como los carcinomas uterinos, en donde este tipo de manifestación paraneoplásica está muy poco descrita. Presentamos un caso de hipercalcemia humoral en un carcinoma mixto de endometrio. Hypercalcemia secondary to neoplastic disease is a frequent entity caused in the majority of cases by ectopic secretions of PTHrP. Despite this there are certain tumours, such as uterine carcinomas, in which this type of paraneoplastic manifestation has been described very little. We present a case of humoral hypercalcemia in a mixed endometrial carcinoma.
Residual Effect of Biochar on Soil Properties and Yield of Maize (Zea mays L.) under Different Cropping Systems  [PDF]
Sara, Z. Shah, T. Shah
Open Journal of Soil Science (OJSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojss.2018.81002
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to examine the residual influence of biochar applied previously to an established experiment at the Agriculture University Research Farm, Peshawar on soil properties and yield of maize crop during summer 2016. The experiment was established in RCB design with split plot arrangements having cropping systems (CS) in main plots and biochar (BC) in sub-plots. Cropping systems were: 1) wheat-mung bean; 2) wheat-maize; 3) chickpea-maize; and 4) chickpea-mung bean. During the past three seasons, each cropping system received biochar at 0, 40, 60 and 80 t·ha-1 along with recommended dose of NPK in each season. For this study, maize was planted after chickpea and wheat in summer 2016. The results showed that grain yield, cobs weight and total N uptake of maize was significantly greater for chickpea-maize than for wheat-maize cropping system. Soil organic C was also significantly higher in soil under chickpea-maize than under wheat-maize cropping system. However, other yield components such as stover yield, harvest index and N concentration in grain and stover of maize and soil properties such as pH, EC and mineral N were non-significantly affected by cropping systems. With respect to residual effect of biochar grain yield of maize and bulk density of soil were maximum for treatment receiving biochar at 40 t·ha-1 whereas cobs weight soil pH and mineral N were highest receiving biochar at 60 t·ha-1. Moreover, N concentration in stover, N uptake and soil organic C were maximum for treatment receiving biochar at 80 t
Numerical Simulation of Two-Dimensional Dendritic Growth Using Phase-Field Model  [PDF]
Abdullah Shah, Ali Haider, Said Karim Shah
World Journal of Mechanics (WJM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2014.45015

In this article, we study the phase-field model of solidification for numerical simulation of dendritic crystal growth that occurs during the casting of metals and alloys. Phase-field model of solidification describes the physics of dendritic growth in any material during the process of under cooling. The numerical procedure in this work is based on finite difference scheme for space and the 4th-order Runge-Kutta method for time discretization. The effect of each physical parameter on the shape and growth of dendritic crystal is studied and visualized in detail.

Urban Green Spaces and an Integrative Approach to Sustainable Environment  [PDF]
Shah Md. Atiqul Haq
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.25069
Abstract: This paper explains the benefits and challenges of urban green spaces based on the critical discussion of study results from different studies in different cities. The important roles played by green spaces are social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of sustainable development. Urban green spaces can be a comprehensive tool for long term protection of environmental sustainability through improving the quality of life and air quality, increasing property value due to their amenity and aesthetic characteristics, and reducing the energy costs of cooling buildings. Urban green spaces also can provide ecosystem services in which the recreation and relaxation facilities are especially available to urban dwellers and tourists too. To confirm the multiple roles played by green spaces, certain level of qualitative improvements and distribution of green spaces within the urban area should be considered and incorporated effectively into the environmental sustainability agenda. To do this, an integrated approach regarding the planning, monitoring, designing and maintaining of urban green spaces is required for improving the environmental sustainability in cities in different countries.
Vibration Analysis of an Infinite Poroelastic Circular Cylindrical Shell Immersed in Fluid  [PDF]
Syed Ahmed Shah
Open Journal of Acoustics (OJA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/oja.2012.22010
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to study the effect of presence of fluid within and around a poroelastic circular cylindrical shell of infinite extent on axially symmetric vibrations. The frequency equation each for a pervious and an impervious surface is obtained employing Biot’s theory. Radial vibrations and axially symmetric shear vibrations are uncoupled when the wavenumber is vanished. The propagation of axially symmetric shear vibrations is independent of presence of fluid within and around the poroelastic cylindrical shell while the radial vibrations are affected by the presence of fluid. The frequencies of radial vibrations and axially symmetric shear vibrations are the cut-off frequencies for the coupled motion of axially symmetric vibrations. The non-dimensional phase velocity as a function of ratio of thickness to wavelength is computed and presented graphically for two different types of poroelastic materials for thin poroelastic shell, thick poroelastic shell and poroelastic solid cylinder.
A Survey of High Performance Concrete Developments in Civil Engineering Field  [PDF]
Vatsal Patel, Niraj Shah
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2013.32007

High Performance concrete (HPC) has received increased attention in the development of infrastructure Viz., Buildings, Industrial Structures, Hydraulic Structures, Bridges and Highways etc. leading to utilization of large quantity of concrete. This paper presents a comprehensive coverage of High Performance concrete developments in civil engineering field. It highlights the High Performance concrete features and requirements over conventional concrete. Furthermore, recent trends with regard to High Performance Concrete development in this area are explored. This paper also includes effect of Mineral and Chemical Admixtures used to improve performance of concrete.

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