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Volume 3 Issue 5

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Title : Cyber Crime Problem Areas, Legal Areas and the Cyber Crime Law

Authors : Dr Mir Mohammad Azad, Kazi Nafiul Mazid, Syeda Shajia Sharmin

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Cyber crime, or computer related crime, is crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Debarati Halder and K. Jaishankar define cybercrimes as: "Offences that are committed against individuals or groups of individuals with a criminal motive to intentionally harm the reputation of the victim or cause physical or mental harm, or loss, to the victim directly or indirectly, using modern telecommunication networks such as Internet (networks including but not limited to Chat rooms, emails, notice boards and groups) and mobile phones (Bluetooth/SMS/MMS)".

Cybercrime may threaten a person or a nation's security and financial health. Issues surrounding these types of crimes have become high-profile, particularly those surrounding hacking, copyright infringement, unwarranted mass-surveillance, child pornography, and child grooming. There are also problems of privacy when confidential information is intercepted or disclosed, lawfully or otherwise.

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Title : Improved Software Quality and Design Standards Based on Customer Preferences by Applying Evolutionary Prototyping Software Development Model

Authors : S. Adarsh, D. Harish, K. Balaganapathy, R. Venkatachalapaty, E. Abishiek, M. Nagarajan

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The concept of Evolutionary prototyping software development model came into existence that emphasized on the need to follow some structured approach towards building new or improved system. In this paper, we focus on the analysis of the Evolutionary Prototyping model and its application in the design and development of Graphical User Interface (GUI). The IT industries invest huge capital sums for developing consumer products. These products must satisfy all requirements of the customers. Sometimes the requirements may not be clear, or there may be different solutions for a problem. In such cases, the developers often make a prototype of the product before the actual product is produced. This prototype helps the producers to better understand the project requirement. This prototype can be used to improve the design of the product, so that it is favoured by the customer. Also the prototype helps in identifying errors in design at a very early stage of production, or rather before the production begins, thus improving the product quality.

 

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Title : Density Functional Theory Simulations of Aluminium Alkoxide and Fluoride

Authors : Apichai Jomphoak, Thawatchai Onjun, Kenta Hongo, Ryo Maezono

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A series of density functional theory (DFT) simulations was carried out to investigate the geometry and reaction pathways of aluminium alkoxides using three different exchange-correlation functionals, including the local-density approximation, generalized gradient approximation, and a hybrid functionals. The simulations of fluoride atoms (F) sticking to the Al alkoxide, varying their distances from 6.0 Å to their intermediate states along a straight line for the corresponding energy surfaces, were performed. It is found that the structural optimization obtained from different exchange-correlation functionals exhibits similar molecular configurations. The reaction pathways for the synthesis of Al fluoride was also simulated by utilizing the transition state searches method for investing the reaction pathways, including linear synchronous (LST) and quadratic synchronous (QST) maximization to investigate the reaction intermediate, and the converged results for all the distances were successfully obtained. It is found that the F atom replace one of bridging and terminal isopropoxide groups at the final state equivalently converted to the surrounded solvent molecules.

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Title : Consumer’s Perception Towards Organic Food Products in Rural Area of Haryana

Authors : Mr. Pardeep Kumar, Dr.Hema Gulati

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India is a country of villages and around 60 percent of its population are living in villages and depends on agriculture. The Indian economy is still depends on agriculture and it contributes around 14% to the country GDP. Production of organic products is also a part of agriculture. Now a day organic products are emerged as a growing sector in India. This study is conducted to examine the customer perception towards organic products in rural area of Haryana in India. The main aims of the study is to know that what customer actually behave towards organic products. For the purpose of the study a sample of 110 respondents was taken

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Title : Wi-Fi Indoor Positioning System-Advanced Finger Printing Method

Authors : Siddharth Gupta ,Dilip Kumar Yadav , Arpit Kanchan , Himanshu Agrawal

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The Wi-Fi-indoor positioning System is the major part to make the IOT real without using more expensive resources and external Hardware. This paper will give you brief introduction about the algorithms and method which can help us to achieve the position of an individual accurately, the main problem with majority of the methods is that they require the additional hardware to install or the complexity of the system is off the charts which will require more time and money .Later in the paper choose one of the method which is accurate and low cost but the only disadvantage is the labour cost or the amount of hard work it require.

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Title : Theatre Performance as a Reconcilable Tool: An Analysis of the Performance of Eyoh Hansel Ndumbe’s “The Magic Flute”

Authors : Tanyi-Tang Anne

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From late 1980s and early 1990s, the world experienced change. It started with the collapse of the Berlin wall in late 1980s followed by the release of Nelson Mandela in 1990. Oppressed people in developing countries, particularly in Africa witnessed another wave of change and yearned for political liberation. Cameroon was not an exception.  Some English-speaking playwrights who believed that English-speaking Cameroon was socially, culturally, politically and economically exploited by French-speaking Cameroon turned to theatre as a means through which they could express their concerns. They wrote, produced, directed and performed plays which called for English-speaking Cameroon to secede from French-speaking Cameroon. Ndumbe Eyoh Hansel was one of the playwrights. However, unlike his peers who asked for secession, he wrote, produced and directed “The Magic Flute” which called for reconciliation. The audiences which watched the performances of “The Magic Flute”   responded positively to the call for reconciliation. The reception theory is used in the analysis.

 

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Title : Evolutionary Models in Software Engineering

Authors : Gowtham V., Manoj Y., Pooventhiran G., Praveen A., Shivaram R., and Kathiresan A.

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Software development life cycle models play a vital role in developing a software application. This research deals with such advanced models which are the evolutionary models namely: incremental model, and spiral model. Both these models have their own advantages and disadvantages as well. The main objective of this research paper is to represent the two evolutionary models’ features and limitations.

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Title : Assertiveness and the Factors Affecting it Among Nursing Students of Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Authors : Taraneh Taghavi Larijani, Mohammad Aghajani, Negin Zamani, Fataneh Ghadirian

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Assertiveness is viewed as a skill and capacity in interpersonal communications. Assertive individuals are able to express and respond to their positive and negative feelings without anxiety and unnecessary anger. Assertiveness is necessary for effective nurse/patient communication, and it is suggested that its development may also aid the confidence of the profession as it develops. Little information is available about assertiveness among students. This study was carried out to assess the assertiveness and the factors affecting it among nursing students. This was a descriptive cross-sectional study. 68 males and 105 females (173 participants) nursing students was selected respectively by census and quota sampling in 2007. The data was collected by personal-social questionnaire and Assertion Inventory (AI) of Gambrill and Richy. The data was analyzed by descriptive and inferential (Spearman test, Kruskal-Wallis test, Mann-Whitney test, stepwise multiple regression test) statistical tests. The results showed that 71.1% of the students had different degrees of deficit in assertiveness. The meaningful relation was found between assertiveness and year of education (p<0.04), participation in the process of decision making in family (p<0.01), and working beside education (p<0.05). Also there was a meaningful and reverse relation between assertiveness and age (p<0.04). From different variables, age and participation in the process of decision making in family, had the most effect on the level of assertiveness. Since a good majority of students had deficit in assertiveness, performance of some educational plans about assertiveness is required during the nursing educational period. Further studies must be done in order to find the best and accurate method for training social skills and assertiveness.

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Title : Rajarhat New Town an Urban Perspective: A Case Study of Urbanization, West Bengal, India

Authors : Amar Biswas, Dr. Omveer Singh

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New Town Rajarhat is a planned city of West Bengal near Kolkata. It’s also called fast growing planned satellite city in West Bengal. This city is situated in mainly North 24 Parganas, partly South 24 Parganas and eastern side of Salt Lake city. Mainly two types of inhabitants are living here. One type of them who are living from their birth and growing to adjust with the environment which has changed by Government policy and land use patterns. Other type of inhabitants who have come from outside to take land plot or flat for living. They have chosen this area for good services and facilities provided by Govt. So Rajarhat New Town belongs to various stages which are based on the occupational structure of total inhabitants in this area. Surveying, collecting data (primary and Secondary) and information it infer that there are maximum facilities and services which are provided by this type of modern city. Different types of land uses are seen here but it’s separated from different area wise. Some of the most important facilities are modern educational institute, IT industry, different cultural centres, modern super speciality hospitals, planned road construction, under construction metro railways, different types of head office, eco-park, Museum of modern art, shopping mall, star category hotels etc. Yet this substantive and original contribution to the study of Rajarhat New Town Municipality critically analysis the Strength and weakness of the Indian urban system and provides new insight into contemporary urban problems. For critical explanation, have been collected different data and sample-survey from old inhabitants who are suffering from this changing environment controlled by Govt. policy, private companies and organizations. It is accepted that Rajarhat New Town is very important planned city in this time after Salt Lake city in West Bengal.  

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Title : A New Approach To Homothetic Motions and surfaces with Tessarines

Authors : Faik BABADAG

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This paper is a detailed study on homothetic motions, surfaces and Lie groups by considering the product and addition rules and conjugates of the tessarines which is given according to the arbitrary unit i₁. To do these, we define a matrix that is similar to Hamilton operators and give some algebraic properties of this matrix. And then, we introduce different the surfaces and different hyperquadrics . Also by using the homothetic motions we give some special subgroups of Lie groups and reparametrize the surfaces

 

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Title : Structural Properties Magnetic Measurement of Nano Crystalline NiFe2O4 Prepared by Co-Sputtering Techniques

Authors : Baha T. Chiad , Ruaa A. Mohammed

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Nickel ferrite (NiFe2O4) nanoparticles with an average crystallite size of about 20-25 nm were prepared by  dc plasma sputtering system employing closed-field unbalanced magnetron, structural and magnetic properties were investigated by using X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and magnetization measurements.  Besides that The study demonstrates that one can tailor the magnetic properties of NiFe2O4 nanoparticles by suitably controlling their size by using different gasses mixture.

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Title : Android App for Online Library Reissue System

Authors : Ponnuru Meghana

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The paper focuses on developing Android Application for online reissue of books by scanning BAR code present on each book in Institute. This application can further be extended to any University by detailed study of procedure followed for reissuing in that particular University.

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Title : Shear Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Using PET Bottle Fibre

Authors : Divya Prabha V M, Dr. Sunilaa George

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Utilization of waste materials for new products which in turn minimize the heavy burden on the nation’s landfill. Recycling of plastic helps to reduce the high rates of plastic pollution. Lots of journals are published about the utilization of waste materials. Concrete is most widely used man made construction material in the world.

This study is aimed to determine the shear behavior of Polyethylene terephthalate fibre reinforced concrete of M 25 mix proportion. The plastic bottle were shredded into fibres of specific size and shape. This study deals with different aspect ratio of 4, 8 and 12 respectively. The pet fibres were added in proportions 0.5%, 1%and 1.5% respectively. Different tests were conducted and the results obtained from the tests are compared with control specimens.

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