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A Detailed Survey on VLSI Architectures for Lifting based DWT for efficient hardware implementation
Usha Bhanu.N,A.Chilambuchelvan
International Journal of VLSI Design & Communication Systems , 2012,
Abstract: Evaluating the previous work is an important part of developing new hardware efficient methods for theimplementation of DWT through Lifting schemes. The aim of this paper is to give a review of VLSI architectures for efficient hardware implementation of wavelet lifting schemes. The inherent in place computation of lifting scheme has many advantages over conventional convolution based DWT. The architectures are represented in terms of parallel filter, row column, folded, flipping and recursive structures. The methods for scanning of images are the line-based and the block-based and their characteristics for the given application are given. The various architectures are analyzed in terms of hardware and timing complexity involved with the given size of input image and required levels of decomposition. This study is useful for deriving an efficient method for improving the speed and hardware complexities of existing architectures and to design a new hardware implementation of multilevel DWT using lifting schemes.
Inflation And Indian Economy – An Analysis In Indian Context
Usha N. Patil
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: It is hard to believe the fact that even after 21 years; we are again going through another turbulent phase. True, we have definitely grown since 1991 but the main imbalances then -fiscal deficit and current account deficit- are in reckoning again and have become the main concerns of today. Rising inflation was the most recent ticklish political issue that hit the Manmohan Singh government. But was inflation rising because of price rise in essential commodities? Or was it because of the of calculating inflation? My Research paper is highlights two phase of Inflation one of them what is Inflation?, Current Account to GDPComparisons between India and Other Country, India Inflation Rate and second, Commodity futures, twin-track inflation, factors of inflation rates, Effects and Controlling Inflation and Highlight of RBI Monetary Policy review.
STRESS MANAGEMENT : A NEED OF THE PRESSURE OF MODERN LIFE
USHA N. PATIL
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Stress Management is an important part of daily living for everyone. We all need stress in order to survive. Stress is the state of mind. When tolerance level is unable to cope up with the pressure, stress is produced. Since the tolerance level of individuals varies, the level of stress also varies. It is very important to know the till effects of stress and art of its management to remain productive in the job.
INTERNET BANKING IN INDIA: RISK ANALYSIS AND ADOPTION IN AN EMERGING ECONOMY
Dr. Usha N. Patil
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Today's world is one with increasing online access to services. One part of this which is growing rapidly is Internet Banking (IB). This is very convenient and the ready access To the Internet in all first world countries, coupled with the cost Savings from closing bank branches is driving the operation and adoption of these services. Internet banking allows customers to conduct financial transactions on a secure website operated by their retail or Virtual bank, credit union or building society. Information technology Services is considered as the key driver for the changes taking place around the world. Internet banking (IB) is the latest and most innovative service and is the new trend among the consumers.
TRENDS IN FDI INFLOWS TO INDIA AND EMERGING MARKET ECONOMICS: AN ANALYSIS
USHA N. PATIL
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: A perusal of India's FDI policy vis-à-vis other major emerging market economics (EMEs) reveals that though India's approach towards foreign investment has been relatively conservative to begin with, it progressively started catching up with the more liberalized policy stance of other EMEs from the early 1990s onwards, inter alia in terms of wider access to different sectors of the economy, ease of starting business, repatriation of dividend and profits and relaxations regarding norms for owning equity. This progressive liberalization, coupled with considerable improvement in terms of macroeconomic fundamentals, reflected in growing size of FDI flows to the country that increased nearly 5 fold during first decade of the present millennium. FDI inflows to India witnessed significant moderation in 2010-11 while other EMEs in Asia and Latin America received large inflows. This had raised concerns in the wake of widening current account deficit in India beyond the perceived sustainable level of 3.0 per cent of GDP during April-December 2010. This also assumes significance as FDI is generally known to be the most stable component of capital flows needed to finance the current account deficit. Moreover, it adds to investible resources, provides access to advanced technologies, assists in gaining production know-how and promotes exports. This paper has been organized as follows: Section 1 FDI Policy Framework in India Pre and Post Liberalization period. Section 2 Trends in FDI Inflows to India, Section 3 FDI slowdown – Explanations Offered Section 4 what caused dip in FDI flows to India during 2010-11? And the last Section 5 is presents the conclusions and some suggestions.
ENVIRONMENTALAIR POLLUTION AND ITS HARMFUL EFFECTS-A STUDY IN INDIAN CONTEXT
USHA N. PATIL
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The environmental problems in India are growing rapidly. The increasing economic development and a rapidly growing population that has taken the country from 300 million people in 1947 to more than one billion people today is putting a strain on the environment, infrastructure and the country's natural resources. Industrial pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, rapid industrialization, urbanization, and land degradation are all worsening problems. Overexploitation of the country's resources is its' land or water and the industrialization process has resulted environmental degradation of resources. Environmental pollution is one of the most serious issue facing humanity and other life forms on our planet today. India has been ranked as seventh most environmentally hazardous country in the world by a new ranking released recently
Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Retail Sector – An Analysis
Dr. Usha N. Patil
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The Government of India was initially very apprehensive of the introduction of the Foreign Direct Investment in the Retail Sector in India. The unorganized retail sector as has been mentioned earlier occupies 98% of the retail sector and the rest 2% is contributed by the organized sector. Hence one reason why the government feared the surge of the Foreign Direct Investments in India was the displacement of labour.The unorganized retail sector contributes about 14% to the GDP and absorbs about 7% of our labour force. Hence the issue of displacement of labour consequent to FDI is of primal importance.
Picard groups of the moduli spaces of semistable sheaves I
Usha N Bhosle
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We compute the Picard group of the moduli space $U'$ of semistable vector bundles of rank $n$ and degree $d$ on an irreducible nodal curve $Y$ and show that $U'$ is locally factorial. We determine the canonical line bundles of $U'$ and $U'_L$, the subvariety consisting of vector bundles with a fixed determinant. For rank 2, we compute the Picard group of other strata in the compactification of $U'$.
Vector bundles with a fixed determinant on an irreducible nodal curve
Usha N Bhosle
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: Let $M$ be the moduli space of generalized parabolic bundles (GPBs) of rank $r$ and degree $d$ on a smooth curve $X$. Let $M_{\bar L}$ be the closure of its subset consisting of GPBs with fixed determinant ${\bar L}$. We define a moduli functor for which $M_{\bar L}$ is the coarse moduli scheme. Using the correspondence between GPBs on $X$ and torsion-free sheaves on a nodal curve $Y$ of which $X$ is a desingularization, we show that $M_{\bar L}$ can be regarded as the compactified moduli scheme of vector bundles on $Y$ with fixed determinant. We get a natural scheme structure on the closure of the subset consisting of torsion-free sheaves with a fixed determinant in the moduli space of torsion-free sheaves on $Y$. The relation to Seshadri--Nagaraj conjecture is studied.
Eye banking: an introduction
Gullapalli N Rao,Usha Gopinathan
Community Eye Health Journal , 2009,
Abstract: This article introduces the work of eye banks, institutions responsible for collecting (harvesting) and processing donor corneas, and for distributing them to trained corneal graft surgeons.
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