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(Para)bosons, (para)fermions, quons and other beasts in the menagerie of particle statistics
O. W. Greenberg,D. M. Greenberger,T. V. Greenbergest
Physics , 1993,
Abstract: After some general comments about statistics and the TCP theorem, I discuss experimental searches for violations of the exclusion principle and theories which allow for such violations.
Extending the Network Lifetime Using Optimized Energy Efficient Cross Layer Module (OEEXLM) in Wireless Sensor Networks  [PDF]
T. V. PADMAVATHY
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/wsn.2009.11005
Abstract: In wireless sensor network, the primary design is to save the energy consumption as much as possible while achieving the given task. Most of recent researches works have only focused on the individual layer issues and ignore the importance of inter working between different layers in a sensor network. In this paper, we use a cross-layer approach to propose an energy-efficient and extending the life time of the sensor network. This protocol which uses routing in the network layer, and the data scheduling in MAC layer. The main ob-jective of this paper is to provide a possible and flexible approach to solve the conflicts between the require-ments of large scale, long life-time, and multi-purpose wireless sensor networks. This OEEXLM module gives better performance compared to all other existing protocols. The performance of OEEXLM module compared with S-MAC and directed diffusion protocol.
The Best Finite-Difference Scheme for the Helmholtz Equation  [PDF]
T. Zhanlav, V. Ulziibayar
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2012.23026
Abstract: The best finite-difference scheme for the Helmholtz equation is suggested. A method of solving obtained finite-difference scheme is developed. The efficiency and accuracy of method were tested on several examples.
Questions of Theory and Practice: To Synthesis, Analysis and Evaluation Natural Systems of Pacific Russia Based on Models of Landscape Geosystems  [PDF]
V. T. Starozhilov
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2019.71007
Abstract: The results of long-term author’s scientific research in the field of geological and geographical study and landscape mapping of large regional links, such as Sikhote-Alinsky, Sakhalinsky, Kamchatsky, Anadyrsky, located in the Pacific landscape belt of Russia, are considered (Starozhilov, 2013). The studies were conducted at the medium scale (1:500,000) and were accompanied by landscape mapping (Starozhilov, 2016). The proposed article discusses the theory and practice of the overall results and the strategic vision of applying the landscape approach with selected examples. The wide range of possibilities of applying the landscape approach in studying the interaction of nature and society is emphasized. The importance and the indisputable need for the synthesis, analysis and assessment of natural systems based on the mapping of landscape geosystems to assess the environmental management of not only regional territories, but also of Pacific Russia as a whole are noted.
Extending the Network Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks Using Residual Energy Extraction—Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm  [PDF]
T. V. PADMAVATHY, M. CHITRA
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2010.31015
Abstract: Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are mostly deployed in a remote working environment, since sensor nodes are small in size, cost-efficient, low-power devices, and have limited battery power supply. Because of limited power source, energy consumption has been considered as the most critical factor when designing sensor network protocols. The network lifetime mainly depends on the battery lifetime of the node. The main concern is to increase the lifetime with respect to energy constraints. One way of doing this is by turning off redun-dant nodes to sleep mode to conserve energy while active nodes can provide essential k-coverage, which improves fault-tolerance. Hence, we use scheduling algorithms that turn off redundant nodes after providing the required coverage level k. The scheduling algorithms can be implemented in centralized or localized schemes, which have their own advantages and disadvantages. To exploit the advantages of both schemes, we employ both schemes on the network according to a threshold value. This threshold value is estimated on the performance of WSN based on network lifetime comparison using centralized and localized algorithms. To extend the network lifetime and to extract the useful energy from the network further, we go for compromise in the area covered by nodes.
Characterisation of Landscape with ForestFragmentation Dynamics  [PDF]
T. V. Ramachandra, Uttam Kumar
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2011.33021
Abstract: Land cover (LC) and land use (LU) dynamics induced by human and natural processes play a major role in global as well as regional patterns of landscapes influencing biodiversity, hydrology, ecology and climate. Changes in LC features resulting in forest fragmentations have posed direct threats to biodiversity, endangering the sustainability of ecological goods and services. Habitat fragmentation is of added concern as the residual spatial patterns mitigate or exacerbate edge effects. LU dynamics are obtained by classifying temporal remotely sensed satellite imagery of different spatial and spectral resolutions. This paper reviews five different image classification algorithms using spatio-temporal data of a temperate watershed in Himachal Pradesh, India. Gaussian Maximum Likelihood classifier was found to be apt for analysing spatial pattern at regional scale based on accuracy assessment through error matrix and ROC (receiver operating characteristic) curves. The LU information thus derived was then used to assess spatial changes from temporal data using principal component analysis and correspondence analysis based image differencing. The forest area dynamics was further studied by analysing the different types of fragmentation through forest fragmentation models. The computed forest fragmentation and landscape metrics show a decline of interior intact forests with a substantial increase in patch forest during 1972-2007.
Minimum Diameter Spanning Tree  [PDF]
V. T. Chandrasekaran, N. Rajasri
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2018.83016
Abstract: In this paper, we discuss the simple connected graphs which have a minimum diameter spanning tree such that both have same domination number.
Effect of Tannin in Green Tea By-Product in Combination with Bio-Char Supplemented into Basal Beef Cattle Diet on Nutrient Digestibility, Methane Production and Animal Performance  [PDF]
M. A. Khoa, N. H. Quang, T. V. Thang, T. V. Phung, T. T. Kien
Open Journal of Animal Sciences (OJAS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2018.83015
Abstract: The experiment was conducted by using 20 bulls of Lai Sind cattle (a cross breed between Red Sindhi and local Vietnam yellow cattle) from 15 - 16 months of age, weighed approximately 154 - 156 kg, housed individually with provision of adequate feed trough and free access to water to evaluate the effect of tannin sourced from green tea by-product and addition of bio-char on methane production and animal performance. The experimental diets were formulated by replacing elephant grass in basal diet by bio-char and green tea by-product with the replacement of 0.5 - 1 bio-char and 3% - 5% green tea by-products, respectively to make the content of tannin in the diet of 7.3 g and 12.5 g tannin per kg dry matter. Results from this study revealed that bio-char and green tea by-product included into the diet with different levels had significantly affected on the feed intake, as the increasing level of tannin in the diet tended to increase the feed intake. The inclusion of green tea by-product in the diet which resulted in the content of tannin in the diet of 12.5 g/kg DM had significantly reduced methane emission without altering animal performance, thus the inclusion of 0.5% bio-char and 5% of green tea by-product can be applied in order to mitigate methane emission, thus contributed to environment protection.
Influence of Heating Time of Shea Nuts (vitellariaparadoxa) on Some Chemical Properties of Shea Butter  [PDF]
V. T. Tame, I. Hassan, D. T. Gungula
World Journal of Engineering and Technology (WJET) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2015.33B003
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The experiment was conducted in the laboratories of the Departments of Chemistry and Animal Health and Production Technology, Adamawa State University, Mubi, Nigeria. The experiment was replicated three times in a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) and consisted of six heating time 30, 60 and 120 minutes boiling, 30, 60 and 120 minutes roasting and one control. Data were collected on acid value, free fatty acid, iodine value, peroxide value, saponification value and unsaponifiable matter. The data collected were analyzed statistically using Generalized Linear Model (GLM) procedure of statistical analysis system (SAS). The means that were significantly different were separated using Least Significant Difference (LSD). The results showed that there were highly significant differences (P ≤ 0.01) among the treatments. The highest Acid Value (AV) of 3.53 and 3.64 were recorded by heating time at 120 minutes of boiling and 120 minutes of roasting. Heating time at 30 minutes of boiling, 30 minutes roasting, 60 minutes boiling and 60 minutes roasting recorded lower Free Fatty Acid (FFA) values of 1.52, 1.55, 1.57 and 1.58, respectively. Heating time at 60 minutes of roasting and 60 minutes of boiling recorded the highest Iodine value (IV) of 43.80 and 43.53, respectively. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that heating time of 30 or 60 minutes by boiling or roasting are better than longer heating times for Shea butter extraction.

Effects of Raphia sudanica Mesocarp and Arrowroot (Tacca involucrata) Flour Incorporation on the Chemical Composition of Sorghum Composite Spaghetti  [PDF]
T. T. Iombor, G. E. Adikwu, V. A. Oche
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2019.104036
Abstract: Obesity and food allergy (celiac disease) are serious public health problems, which should be addressed through encouraging the consumption of foods with high amount of low digestible carbohydrates and gluten free. Obesity arises through an imbalance between energy intake and energy expenditure, so it is important for products to have a balanced nutritional composition. Spaghetti is low in sodium, iron, fat, lysine, threonine and vitamins but a rich source of complex carbohydrates. The study evaluated the mineral elements, phytochemical, amino and fatty acids composition and sensory properties of sorghum/Raphia sudanica/Tacca involucrata spaghetti. The iron, zinc, potassium and calcium contents of the composite spaghetti samples increased with every 5% addition of Raphiasudanica mesocarp flour while the magnesium and sodium contents decreased. The total flavonoids, polyphenols, amino and fatty acids contents were also elevated with every 5% addition of Raphia sudanica mesocarp flour. Spaghetti sample 200:50:100 g was generally the most accepted by consumers. Raphia sudanica mesocarp flour is a rich source of mineral elements, polyphenols, amino and fatty acids. Its use as a food fortificant may improve the nutritional and health status of man.
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