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Volume-6 Issue-2 Published on December 30, 2016
Volume-6 Issue-2 Published on December 30, 2016

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Katsikides S., Markoulis S., Papaminas M.

Paper Title:

Corporate Social Responsibility and Stock Market Performance: An Event Study Approach

Abstract: This paper examines the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and stock market performance. To examine this relationship the “event-study” methodology is utilised to examine five events, two from the oil industry (BP and Exxon oil spills) and three from the banking industry (HSBC – money laundering; Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland – Libor scandal). Results suggest that, apart from the HSBC money laundering event, all other events appear to have a significant effect on stock market performance as the shares of the firms involved tend to exhibit significant negative average abnormal returns during the period which followed the event. We also find some differences regarding the time-frame of the effect, since for some events it took more time to get into “full swing” and lasted longer.

  Event-study; Corporate Social Responsibility; Stock market performance.


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Ramazan ŞENER

Paper Title:

Design and Thermal Analysis of Free Piston Linear Generator using In Range Extended Electric Vehicles

Abstract: Today, battery electric vehicles (BEV) have zero emission (tank to wheel) and very high efficiency. However, the most important obstacle of BEV is insufficient range. This disadvantage can be eliminated in term of range extender systems. Range extender system like generator can charge battery when required. Free Piston Linear Generator (FPLG), Wankel engine, Piston Internal Combustion Engine, Gas Turbine Engine and Fuel Cell Engine can be used as range extender unit. In this study, opposed-piston free-piston linear generator which can be used in low weight electric vehicles, which has spark ignition, 153 cm3 volume, and gasoline direct fuel injection was designed via SOLIDWORKS® software. Thermal analysis of the engine was performed by means of ANSYS® software using temperature in the literature. Finally, the engine design is determined to suit thermal operating conditions. It is find out that this system can be used as a range extender unit.

Finite Element Method, Thermal Analysis, Free Piston Linear Generator, Computer Aided Design.


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N. Maksimov, A. Panas

Paper Title:

Modified Ultra-Wideband Microwave Chaotic Colpitts Oscillator with a Simplified Structure: Implementation, Experiments

Abstract:  Modified Colpitts oscillator with SiGe bipolar transistor as an active element was introduced, implemented and experimentally studied. It enables generation of ultra-wideband chaotic oscillations in the microwave range. Compared to its classical analogue, the oscillator has an extremely simple structure comprising only one single external reactive element (an inductor). The transistor p-n junction capacitance performs the function of oscillator external capacitors. Stable generation of chaotic oscillations in the range of 1 to 8.5 GHz (at 10 dB level) with highest ever efficiency values (7%) for a given class of oscillators has been obtained.

 Chaotic Colpitts oscillator, ultra wideband chaotic oscillations, microwave band, power spectra, power efficiency, implementation, bipolar SiGe transistor


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John Kiplagat Biwott, Wanyona Githae, Charles Kabubo

Paper Title:

Challenges Facing Construction of Affordable Decent Low Cost Housing in Turkana County

Abstract: Housing problems in developed countries are characterized by overcrowding, dilapidated structures and shared bathrooms. On the other hand, developing countries like Kenya, the problem is largely complicated by lack of serviced land, lack of access to housing finances, rigid legal framework and over dependence on non-local construction materials, techniques and technologies. Although there have been significant interventions in the effort to reverse this trend in Kenya, some counties especially in marginalized areas like Turkana County have continued to lag behind in provision of decent and affordable houses for its residents. In an effort to establish where the problem is, this study, seek to determine and describe challenges faced by different stakeholders and residents of Turkana County in their endeavor to put up decent low cost housing. 

Affordable housing, decent housing and alternative building technologies and Turkana County


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Seyed Amin Ahmadi Olounabadi, Avula.Damodaram, V Kamakshi Prasad, Mahdi Hosseini

Paper Title:

Impact of Multi-Path Security in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks in Indoor Environments by using AOMDV Methods

Abstract:  Ad hoc Network is a decentralized type of wireless network and also is a local area network (LAN) that is built spontaneously as devices connect. , Instead of relying on a base station to coordinate the flow of messages to each node in the network, the individual network nodes forward packets to and from each other. Basically, an ad hoc network is a temporary network connection created for a specific purpose (such as transferring data from one computer to another). Multipath routing is the routing technique of using multiple alternative paths through a network, which can yield a variety of benefits such as fault tolerance, increased bandwidth, or improved security. Ad-hoc On-demand Multipath Distance Vector Routing (AOMDV) protocol is an extension to the AODV protocol for computing multiple loop-free and link disjoint paths and also increases the reliability through transmitting the messages in multiple paths with minimal redundancy, which used in present work. Simulations were conducted using the NS2 network simulator. In order to simulate most of the proposed Byzantine attacks in NS2, a protocol independent Byzantine attack simulation module was developed. This module provides the capability to simulate the black hole, Byzantine wormhole, and Byzantine overlay network wormhole attacks without modifying the routing protocol. We are considering our communication path is changeable even path or node is node failed. So data is sending through different paths, it provide high security than single path.

 wireless network, Ad hoc, AOMDV, Byzantine attacks


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Immandi Solomon Raju, I Prudhvi Kumar Raju, D Krishna Chaitanya

Paper Title:

Performance Analysis of a Grid Current Compensator using Fuzzy Logic Controller

Abstract: This paper introduces an advanced current control strategy for distributed generation into the utility grid despite the distorted grid voltage and RC loads. The proposed current controller is designed in synchronous reference frame and composed of a fuzzy logic controller. The fuzzy logic controller greatly simplifies the control strategy. It does not require the local load current measurement and harmonic analysis of the grid voltage. Therefore, the proposed control method can be easily adopted into the traditional DG control system without installation of external hardware. The operation principle of the proposed control method is analyzed in detail, and its effectiveness is validated through simulated results.

Distributed Generation (DG), RC load, Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC), PI Controller, PI-RC Controller


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M. Bhanu Divya Bharathi, P. Krishna Chaitanya, K. Sandhya Rani

Paper Title:

Power Quality Improvement of DFIG using FLC Based Variable Wind Turbines by IPC Method

Abstract:  Because of the wind speed variation, breeze shear along with tower shadow effects, grid connected wind generators are the options for power fluctuations which could produce sparkle during constant operation. This paper presents a type of an MW-level varying speed windmill with a new doubly feasted induction generator to analyze the Flicker emission along with mitigation difficulties. Fuzzy logic controller (FLC) was designed to obtain maximum power extraction at low wind speeds to limit power extraction at 1.5MW nominal power set point. The Fuzzy logic based IPC (Individual Pitch Control) scheme is proposed along with the individual message controller is made using generator active power along the wind turbine. A 1.5MW horizontal axis breeze turbine model was designed for tuning as well as simulation performance is studied and the results show the damping of this generator active power by IPC is an efficient means for flicker minimization of varying speed wind generators during constant operation.

 Flicker mitigation, IPC, variable speed wind turbine, DFIG, FLC.


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Begard Salih Hassen

Paper Title:

The Powerful Activity of DSDV Algorithm in WSN System

Abstract:   Lately, technological developments in the strategy of processors, memory and radio communications have pushed an attention in the field of sensor network. Networks of those devices are denoted as Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). WSNs make possible information accumulation and investigation on an unmatched scale. Indeed, they have concerned care and get wide range of application in diverse areas. The Choice of the protocols and routing are the greatest common schemes that are to be dedicated when manipulative every type of wireless networks likes WSNs. In this paper, performance investigation of “Destination Sequenced Distance Vector DSDV” protocol is done. All the cases for working the protocol are discussed and the time for transmission the information is calculated within multi cases. The results show that this protocol is more strong and robust against the worst cases of losing the nodes or link failure within the network with minimum time for transfer the information through the WSN.

  WSN, DSDV, transmission time, sending and receiving node.


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2.       Fengju An, “Density Adaptive Sleep Scheduling in Wireless Sensor Networks”, Master of Science Thesis, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, 2013.

3.       Bilal Mustafa and Umar Waqas Raja, “Issues of Routing in VANET”, Master thesis, School of Computing, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2010.

4.       Luis Gironés Quesada, “A Routing Protocol for MANETs”, Master of Science in Communication Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Telematics, 2007.

5.       Heng Luo, “A Best Effort QoS Support Routing in Mobile ad hoc Networks”, Ph.D. thesis, The University of Edinburgh, 2011.

6.       Ilker Demirkol, Cem Ersoy and Fatih Alagöz, “MAC Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey”, IEEE Communications Magazine, 0163-6804/06, April 2006.

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10.    Rajeshwar Singh, Dharmendra K Singh and Lalan Kumar, “Performance Evaluation of DSR and DSDV Routing Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks”, Int. Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications, Volume: 02, Issue: 04, Pages: 732-737, 2011.

11.    Kumar Prateek, Nimish Arvind and Satish Kumar Alaria, “MANET-Evaluation of DSDV, AODV and DSR Routing Protocol”, International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET), Vol. 2 Issue 1, ISSN: 2319 – 1058, 2013.

12.    Yatendra Mohan Sharma and Saurabh Mukherjee, “Comparative Performance Exploration of AODV, DSDV & DSR Routing Protocol in Cluster Based VANET Environment” International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology, IJAET ISSN: 2231-1963, Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp. 120-127, 2012.

13.    Aman Kumar and  Barinderpal Singh, “Performance Analysis of DSDV, I-DSDV Routing Protocol in Monile Ad Hoc Networks in IPv6 under Black Hole Attack”, International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking (IJFGCN), Vol. 8, No. 4 , pp. 155-160,, ISSN: 2233-7857, 2015.

14.    M. Pushpadevi and M.Sakthi, “Improved Minimum Delay Routing Using TBETX Routing Over DSDV Routing Protocol in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, , Vol. 2, Issue 9, ISSN(Online): 2320-9801, ISSN (Print): 2320-9798, 2014.

15.    B.N. Jagdale1, Pragati Patil, P. Lahane and D. Javale, “Analysis and Comparison of Distance Vector, DSDV and AODV Protocol of MANET”, International Journal of Distributed and Parallel Systems (IJDPS) Vol.3, No.2, DOI: 10.5121/ijdps.2012.3210 121, 2012.

16.    Biswaraj Sen and Sanku Sinha, “A Simulation Based Performance Analysis of AODV and DSDV Routing Protocols in MANETs”, International Journal of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER), Vol.2, Issue.4, pp-2404-2408, ISSN: 2249-6645, 2012.






Vandana Vinayak, Sonika Jindal

Paper Title:

A Review on various Image Compression Methods in Content Based Image Retrieval

Abstract: This paper provides an overview about the various compression techniques available in the research area of Image retrieval, especially Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR), an evocative and authentic research area for the last decades. CBIR is used for the retrieval of the images based on the content of the images generally known as features. These features may be low level features i.e. color, shape, texture and spatial relationship or the high level features that use the concept of human brain. Now a days, the development and demand of multimedia product grows increasingly fast, contributing to insufficient storage of memory device. Therefore, the theory of data compression becomes more and more significant for reducing the data redundancy to save more hardware space. Compression is the process of reducing the amount of data required to represent the quality of information. Compression is also useful as it helps to reduce the consumption of expensive resources such as hard disk space.

Especially Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR), Therefore, increasingly fast, provides.


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Paul Thomas, R.S. Moni

Paper Title:

ANN based Multilevel Classification Technique with Optimum Measurement Period for Accurate Diagnosis using Biomedical Signals

Abstract: Biomedical signals are representations of the mechanical and electrical activities within the human body. These signals contain a lot of information on the state of health of a person and their analysis have a significant role in the diagnosis of various health disorders and medical abnormalities, such as activation levels and the biomechanics of the muscles and other human organs. Of the many Biomedical signals, focus of this work is on Electro-cardiogram (ECG) and Electro-myogram (EMG). ECG provides information on the rhythm and functioning of the heart. EMG is the recording of human muscular activity. ECG signals used in this work are taken from the standard MIT-BIH, and CU data bases of PhysioNet database and EMG signals are taken from the EMGLab and PhysioNet database. Automated analysis of Biomedical signals can largely assist the physicians in their diagnostic process. The extracted spectral and temporal features represent the diverse characteristics of a Biomedical signal. In this work, more emphasis is given to spectral features since a lot of critical information on the health of a person are hidden in the spectral content of the signal. A subset from a larger set of available features is experimentally selected for optimum performance. The feature vector has a size of 11 for ECG signal analysis and a size of 9 for EMG signal analysis. Accuracy of detecting a health disorder depends on the quality of the features extracted from a Biomedical signal. A few techniques are proposed to achieve improved quality for the features. Also a method is developed to arrive at the optimum length of the Biomedical signal to be used for analysis. Accordingly, the length of the ECG signal used in this work is 10 s and the length of the EMG signal is 11 s. It is observed that the variance of the features is minimum when the signal for analysis is taken from the mid portion of the whole Biomedical signal. To make the value of a feature close to its true value, each feature value is taken as the average of the values of the feature extracted from 20 consecutive signal segments. A technique is also proposed to reduce the effect of wild points in the computation of spectral parameters. It is observed that classification accuracy also depends on the sampling rate of the Biomedical signal. The sampling rate of ECG signal in this work is 128 Hz and that of EMG signal is 750 Hz. Classifying a Biomedical signal is the process of attaching the signal to a disease state or healthy state. The work proposes a Multi level classification approach for Biomedical signals. Each classifier is a cascade of two ANN classifiers, the first ANN has a linear transfer function and the second ANN has a sigmoid transfer function. First level classification is to the broad categories of the disorders. In the second level, these disorders are drilled down to more specific categories. This concept can be extended further to achieve finer classification of Biomedical signals. In this work the classification is demonstrated to two levels for ECG signals and one level for EMG signals. The performance of the proposed method is evaluated using the standard parameters of specificity, sensitivity and classification accuracy (CA). The performance is found to be better than the reported figures in the case of both ECG and EMG signals.

 ECG, EMG, FFT, DWT, Pattern recognition ANN, Feature extraction, Multilevel classification, Wavelet, PhysioNet database, CA, Atrial arrhythmias, Ventricular arrhythmias, NSR, MI, MUAP, Myopathy, ALS.


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M. Brindha, K. Saranya, S. Rajesh

Paper Title:

Certain Investigation on Image Classification and Segmentation using Different Techniques

Abstract: A brain cancer is a tissue that structured by an addition of anomalous cells and important to detect and classify brain tumors from MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) for treatment. Brain tumor segmentation and classification is considered to be more important tasks in medical imaging. MRI is used for the study of the human brain. A fully automated method plays an important role in the prediction of brain cancer. In this review paper, different classification and segmentation techniques are discussed.

 Image Segmentation, Classification and Mining Techniques.


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Revathi Nath H A, Jeena R S

Paper Title:

An Efficient Algorithm for Reversible Data Hiding in Encrypted Images by RRBE

Abstract: Recently reversible data hiding in encrypted images is gaining importance as this technique of watermarking can reconstruct the original image after extracting the desired data hidden in the image. In all the previous works, room was reserved for data in the image and the image would be encrypted using a standard stream cipher. This work proposes a technique for reversible data hiding in encrypted images where the data to be hidden is encrypted using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) that can improve the PSNR. Also the encrypted image holding data would be permuted and transmitted, that can increase the level of security. Experimental results show that this method can achieve a PSNR of more than 60db thereby increasing the embedding rate.

Advanced Encryption Standard, Block merging, Image permutation, Reserving Room before encryption


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Bhagwat P. Dwivedi, Shiv Kumar, Babita Pathik

Paper Title:

Intrusion Detection over Networking KDD Dataset using Enhance Mining Algorithm

Abstract: The intrusion detection systems (IDSs) generate large number of alarms most of which are false positives. Fortunately, there are reasons for triggering alarms where most of these reasons are not attacks. In this research, a rule based technique which is the enhancement of genetic algorithm has been developed. For this, The networking data and intrusion over the data is find to extract to recognize various entities into it. Data mining and its algorithm to process, data extraction, and data analysis is an important phase to monitor the features in it. Intrusion detection process follows the clustering and classification technique to monitor the data flow in it. In this paper our investigation is about to observe available algorithm for the intrusion detection. Algorithm such as Genetic, SVM etc have been processed over KDD cup 10% of dataset which contain 41 attributes and large number of data availability. Here our experiment also conclude that the proposed feature extraction algorithm outperform as best than the existing algorithm with computation parameter such as precision, recall and its accuracy.

 Intrusion Detection, Clustering Technique, Data Mining, KDD.


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