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Volume 2 Issue 12

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Title : Teaching ICT in Greek Secondary Schools

Authors : Eleni Tsami, Anastasia Anastasopoulou

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This study is an attempt to describe the teaching of Information Technologies (IT) in Greek secondary education. We analyzed the detailed training programs for gymnasium and lyceum as they have been designed by the Ministry of Education of Greece. Presents the objectives, axes content, analysis axes and interdisciplinary approaches to the high school and the knowledge content axes and general objectives (knowledge, skills, attitudes and values) per class. Finally assesses the current situation and propose improvements for better operation. The most important suggestion is:  “Preparation programs for teachers - students should be integrated into a comprehensive framework that is defined by technological and pedagogical dimension of Information and Communication Technologies ICT”. 

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Title : Effect of Employee Engagement Practices on the Overall Development of Employee Working in Telecome Industry

Authors : Ms. Amrita Mathur, Dr Bharti Sharma

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The Telecom Industry in India is more than a century old. It has immersed as third largest network in the world and second largest among the emerging economies of Asia. The growth of the industry prompted the government to allow more telecom players on the field leading to an intense price war in an attempt to gather market share. The increased number of market players also led to fast technical advancement and new and innovative marketing strategies, also to achieve all these, the organisation needs more skilled and enthusiastic man power with them. Thus Managing employee turnover has become a major challenge for the Telecom industry, especially in India. To get rid of this problem organizations are now focusing on methods and techniques to increase employee engagement and reduce attrition. The main objective of providing training and development opportunities is to improve employee knowledge and the skills for their better performance and knowledge up gradation.  These performances are measured in terms of the improvement in Productivity, Absenteeism and the Employee Job Satisfaction .Employee Engagement is a measurable degree of an employee's emotional attachment to their job and job environment. It intensely influences their willingness to learn and perform at work efficiently and effectively. Purpose of the study: The purpose of this study is to find out the effect of Employee Engagement practices on the overall development of employee working in Telecom Industry.

Research Methodology:This research is a descriptive Research. The data is been collected through questionnaire, The data was collected from both public Sector and private sector telecom. The data collected was further analysed by applying correlation and regression as a tool. Analysis:The Research shows that Employee Engagement and Employee overall Development is positively correlated. Development process is a continuous process .It acts as an important solution of the problems that arises on regular basis in front of management. If training and development process is designed properly that always result into positive Engagement to the Employees but these programmes need to be designed properly and very carefully and on per employee basis because it include so much of cost and time too.

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Title : Using XSLT transformations for CMIS eXtent

Authors : Mihai Stancu, Florin Slabu

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Today, the XML language is the standard data exchange format in Internet or Intranet environments and is accepted by the all higher level Frameworks. One frequently use case is when the applications communicate with each other or need to integrate the information from different heterogeneous data sources. When we consider the applications from an enterprise level, the ECM Systems are the frameworks that can meet the business needs of the today modern organizations and that can manage all the unstructured electronic information. CMIS is a XML standard that can assure interoperability between these ECM Systems. Recently, a new extension of this standard was proposed, aiming to bring the native XML databases into the same collaboration scenario. In this paper we will try to enlarge this proposal by adding a custom transformation module that will help the developers to integrate more easily new XML documents as new custom CMIS documents query able from CMIS Interface.

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Title : Photovoltaic Thermal (PVT) Solar Panels

Authors : Ilhan Volkan ONER, Muhammet Kaan YESILYURT, Efe Cetin YILMAZ, Gokhan OMEROGLU

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The turn towards alternative energy sources began quite a long time ago, depending on many factors such as the rapid depletion of fossil fuels, the desire to reduce external dependence on meeting energy needs, and a cleaner and greener energy supply. However, both the growing energy demand and population density necessitate the development of more compact systems that will produce more energy in less space, as well as the economic concerns of reducing energy unit costs, constitute a driving force for alternative energy systems to be more efficient in every respect. From the point of view of solar energy systems, it has made a rapid development in PV / T systems for increasing the total efficiency by combining solar cell and solar collector systems.

In this study, it is aimed to give a general knowledge about solar energy systems and PV / T systems, working principles, advantages and disadvantages, recent developments and technologies.

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Title : Gripping or De-gripping

Authors : Mukesh Chopra

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This research paper shows us how evil Kings and Queens grip their lives with sins in the first segment, how relationship of Vaishno Devi and Bhairav Nath is de-gripped successfully in the following section & how Koka forms excessive strings of Vaishnavi that leads to his breakdown (Buddhi Bharasta) in the third part.

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Title : Centrality Metrics and Line-Graph to Measure the Importance of Links in Online Social Networks

Authors : Raul Ortiz-Gaona, Marcos Postigo-Boix, Jose Luis Melus-Moreno

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Importance of nodes and tie strength are necessary elements to characterize and analyze networks, as well as to study the processes that occur in their interior. We believe that it is also necessary to know the importance of links to have a better characterization of the networks in the study of those processes. In response to this situation, we propose a method to measure the importance of the links.The method is based on applying the line-graph mathematical concept to the graph representing the network, thus we create a new graph in which we apply centrality metrics to find the importance of network links.

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Title : Characterisation and Biodiversity of a Fast-Growing Rhizobacterial Population Nodulating Lupine in Morocco

Authors : El Hilali I., J. El Jamali, I. Thami Alami, A. Filali Maltouf

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First investigation was made to assess the phenotypic and the genetic diversity of nodule occupants harvested from different lupine species in Morocco. The determination of the phenotypic characteristics of strains revealed a wide range of tolerance to pH, to high salt (NaCl) concentrations and to extreme temperatures. Strains were also highly resistant to many heavy metals and antibiotics. Particularly, strains exhibited a fast growth rate and cultural features typical to Rhizobium. Besides, symbiosis with Lupinus luteus showed to be more effective with strains isolated from wild species. Numerical analysis allowed the recovery of interesting strains for use as potential inoculants. PCR-RFLP patterns of 16S rRNA gene indicate a big heterogeneity between the strains with a clear distinction from the reference strains used. However, two strains were closely related to Rhizobium and another strain was grouped with the Mesorhizobium. Further analysis to precise the taxonomic position of these strains is claimed.

 

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Title : Thirty Years of Experience of IBOPAMINE Eye Drops in Ophthalmology

Authors : Italo Giuffre, Maurizio Taloni, Silvia Babighian, Alberto Alberti

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Ibopamine eyedrops are used in ophthalmology. This molecule is characterized by a dual mechanism of action, since it acts on both adrenergic and dopaminergic receptors. The adrenergic action is responsible for a marked mydriasis without accommodative paralysis, while the dopaminergic action promotes the production of aqueous humor. Given this dual action, ibopamine may be useful for diagnostic purposes in ophthalmology.This paper aims at presenting the most intriguing evidence on ibopamine and discusses the profile of patients who may be best suitable to this molecule, according to the experience of an Italian group of ophthalmologists.

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Title : Use of Ionic Liquid for Scanning Electron Microscopy of Protists

Authors : Hideki Ishida, Yukari Gobara, Mayumi Kobayashi, Toshinobu Suzaki

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We investigated the use of ionic liquids to observe the cell surface of protists rapidly and conveniently. By using ionic liquid, SEM observation is possible without complicated pretreatment such as drying of sample or metal coating. Therefore, it has been shown so far that it is particularly useful for observation of biological samples. It has been shown that good results can be obtained for some biological samples with hard surface structures such as foraminifera and pollen. However, for other unicellular organisms this method has not been validated. In this paper, it is shown that by adding ionic liquid directly after fixation, good results are obtained with diatoms and dinoflagellates without metal coating. In unicellular organisms such as ciliates with soft cells, however, significant shrinkage of the samples was observed.

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Title : A Survey on Android Malware Detection

Authors : Nirmala Yadav,Aditi Sharma,Amit Doegar

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Malwares are spreading around the world and infecting not only the end users but also large organizations and service providers. Android operating system seems to have attracted the most attention from malicious code writer due to its popularity. Earlier, Signature based detection techniques were used to detect unknown malwares. But it was insufficient because these techniques were not able to detect unknown malwares (0-day attack). To analyze the malwares, static and dynamic techniques are used. Static analysis has advantage of being undetectable, as malware cannot modify its behavior during analysis. Despite number of detections and analysis techniques are in place, high detection accuracy of new malwares are still a critical issue. This survey paper highlights the existing detection and existing analysis methods used for the android malicious code.

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Title : Study of Fermentation Processes of Farm Animal’s Milk by Microscopy Method

Authors : Mariam ALIMARDANOVA, Kuralbek KULAZHANOV, Talgat KULAZHANOV

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Researches are conducted within the scientific project "Development and Deployment of Innovative Technologies for Deep Processing of Milk of Agricultural Animals (Cow's, Goat, Mare's, Camel, Sheep Milk)" financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of RK (The project manager - Kulazhanov K.S., the executive - Alimardanova M. K.).In recent years, moderately increases of farm animals and as a consequence increase the production of milk in the Republic Kazakhstan. The volumes of yields of camel and goat milk increase in the Republic Kazakhstan. The structure and properties of camel and goat milk are different from cow milk. In camel and goat milk content of fat, serum proteins and mineral substances is higher. The amount of essential amino acids, vitamins and fatty acid composition of camel's milk is superior to the nutrition value of cow’s milk. However, camel and goat milk has a specific organoleptic properties, which requires the use of alternative treatment methods to reduce these symptoms in order to use camel and goat milk on an industrial scale to produce not only shubat, but other dairy products.

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Title : Morphometric Analysis of Kala Oya River Basin, Sri Lanka Using Geographical Information Systems

Authors : N.S. Withanage, N.D.K.Dayawansa, Ranjith Premalal De Silva , R.M.C.W.M. Rathnayake

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Morphological characteristics of river basins are assessed widely by means of morphometric analysis which is a  mathematical quantification of different aspects of river basins. In the present study, Kala Oya River Basin of Sri Lanka was morphometrically analyzed to assess its flood characteristics based on the morphological characteristics with the help of Geographical Information Systems and the methods available in scientific literature. Further, the soil and topographical conditions like land use and terrain characteristics of the basin were also identified. Results of the study revealed that the Kala Oya River Basin has a 6th order river network according to Strahler’s classification with a dendritic drainage pattern and coarse drainage texture. The obtained low values of bifurcation ratio, circularity ratio, elongation ratio and form factor values revealed that a lower and extended peak flow for a longer duration would result from the basin. The drainage density, stream frequency and drainage intensity values indicated that the basin has highly permeable soil, good vegetation cover and lower relief where a low rate of runoff could be resulted reducing the risk for both soil erosion and flooding. The analyzed relief aspects revealed that the basin is less susceptible for severe soil erosion. Confirming the results of the morphometric analysis, the basin area was with 85% of Reddish Brown Earth and Low Humic Gley Soils soil types which are permeable soils and 66% of vegetation cover and a lower relief as more than 95% of the basin was below 200 m and the highest point was also below 1000 m. However, the findings of rainfall analysis for the basin revealed that there were increasing patterns in receiving heavy rainfalls greater than 50 mm/day and maximum rainfall amounts during a day over last 30 years. Similarly, flood occurrences also showed increasing patterns with time. Thus, sustainable management plans should be made in advance to cope with the potential floods that can occur due to high rainfall events and/or due to the degradation of protective vegetation cover, although the studied Kala Oya River Basin is morphometrically capable enough to reduce the flood risk.

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