Call for Comming Issue

Volume 2, Issue 6 June 2014

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VANET using Cloud [VuC]
Author: C Shravanthi1, Dr. H S Guruprasad2
Abstract: Security is one of the major concerns in Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). The existing VANETs use the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs) for their security. The paper proposes an Expedite Message Authentication Protocol (EMAP) for VANETs, which replaces the time-consuming CRL checking process by an efficient revocation checking process. This paper proposes the implementation of EMAP in cloud to enhance the computational efficiency and also to reduce the cost, communication, storage and maintenance overheads.
A Fast Image Segmentation Based on Clustering Technique
Author: Kai Li, Yu Wang
Abstract: Image segmentation is an important method for image analysis and understanding. In this paper, image segmentation framework based on clustering technique is given. By shielding the image pixel gray, different pixels in the original image are of the same gray, and we select a representative of the pixels which are of same gray. Then clustering algorithm is used for some selected representative pixels. And pixels with same gray in the shield are allocated to the same cluster. In experiment, we choose K-means clustering algorithm to study performance of image segmentation. Experimental results show the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.
Design Implementation of Detection Center For Tropical Cyclone
Author: Pallavi Motharkar1, Dr.P.R.Deshmukh2
Abstract: Tropical cyclones (TCs) often cause significant damage and loss of lives in affected areas. To reduce the loss, warning centers should issue warnings early based on a forecast of TC track. This requires the accurate location of the circulation center, or the “eye”, of the TC. This is normally done by the analysis of remote sensing data from weather radars or satellites. Weather forecasting often requires extensive computationally expensive numerical analysis on remote sensing data. For example, to determine the position of a tropical cyclone (the TC eye fix problem), computationally intensive techniques, such as the analysis of wind fields or processing of fields of motion vectors, are needed. In this paper, a template matching method is proposed to solve a subclass of TC eye fix problems. In this, developing an effectives and efficient algorithm that makes use of a simple template model of TC for matching. Rather than using traditional ascend algorithms to search for the location of best match, genetic algorithm is used to speed up the search and to break out of local maxima. Genetic algorithm (GA) makes use of Darwin’s idea of the best sets of model parameters that maximizes a quality measure of match are iteratively generated and selected.
A collaborative Clustering Approach embedded in a MANET interface
Author: Anil Kumar
Abstract: The Data Mining techniques ar most helpful for substantive data retrieval. the foremost usually used techniques called Classification, Association Rules and agglomeration. The goal of this paper is to get the agglomeration technique exploitation Edouard Manet by network simulator (ns2). As need the Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc Network’s (MANETs) routing ought to be time economical and resource saving, the researched approach is employed to cut back traffic throughout the routing method that divides the network into clusters. This paper discusses concerning cluster-based routing protocol, to indicate its benefits and performing arts cluster-based simulations.
Effects of Temperature on the Rates of Electron Transfer Reactions at Water/Oil Interface
Author: Hadi*J.,M., AL-Agealy , and Adil** Ali Al-Saadi
Abstract: This work includes a theoretical study to effect of temperature on electron transfer rate constant at water/oil interface . The dynamics of electron transport across water/oil interface system are studied using a model that derives according to the quantum theory due to assume a continuum level model for donor state and acceptor state . Marcus semi classical theory adapted to evaluated the reorganization energy. Our result for calculation of rate constant of electron transfer show that increasing with temperature increasing and vice versa .





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