IJAIR- Volume 5 Issue 12 (December 2016)


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1 Data Security in Cloud computing using Fuzzy Logic and Mining

Abstract — Today cloud computing is used in many fields such as finance, business, entertainment etc. One of the main challenges in the cloud environment is to ensure secure communication, as the user’s data are stored on a remote computer provided by the cloud provider. Cloud user data must be protected against unauthorized access and modification of data. The proposed security mechanism mainly focuses on increasing the security level of data shared by cloud user. It applies fuzzy analysis to evaluate the trust level of cloud users. Cloud user’s trust is evaluated using the following parameters: number of bytes of data from cloud service provider to cloud user, duration of access to the cloud system, timing of visit by the user, IP address used by the user for cloud access, and the number of threads occupied by the cloud user. Data transmitted between the cloud user and the provider or between the cloud users are encrypted using the session key generated by the end parties. The session key is generated based on trust value of the cloud users and their frequent access pattern. The proposed method applies data mining concept to extract the frequent access pattern of cloud users. The frequent access pattern is identified by mining the past cloud user’s access pattern by using backtracking search algorithm. The proposed scheme provides a mechanism for key generation, distribution and revocation in cloud environment.

2 Assessment of Carbon (II) Oxide and Sulphur (IV) Oxide Emissions at Some Selected Traffic Areas in Jos Metropolis, North Central Nigeria
I.U. Ude, F.O. Anjorin, J.N. Egila

Abstract — The concentration levels of Carbon (II) oxide (CO) and Sulphur (IV) oxide (SO2) were determined using ALTAIR 5X Multigas Detector at seven strategic points in Jos metropolis noted for high traffic activities. This includes Polo roundabout, Hill Station Junction, Old Airport Junction, Zololo Junction-Bauchi road, University of Jos Permanent Site Gate, Faringada Market Road and ECWA Staff Secondary School (control) for a period of one month during morning rush hour (7:30am-8:30am) and off-peak hour (11:40am-12:40pm). For the morning rush hour period, the measured CO and SO2 concentration level were 32.120ppm and 0.130ppm respectively while measured concentration levels of CO and SO2 for the off-peak hour were 12.090ppm and 0.057ppm respectively. Student t-test statistics comparison of difference in mean in CO and SO2 levels in the different periods of the day between the sites revealed that they were significant (p<0.05). The result revealed that the emission levels of CO and SO2 in Jos metropolis especially during the morning rush hour (7:30am- 8:30am) was higher than the Nigerian Ambient Air Quality Standards accepted safe limits of 10 ppm for atmospheric CO and 0.01 ppm for SO2. Thus, most of the people doing businesses, commuting along these routes and/or living around these traffic areas are at high risk of inhaling these gaseous pollutants. Environmental management that improves motor traffic flow and control which requires good city road network and creates reliable and efficient mass transport system to reduce the number of vehicles on these spots would greatly ameliorate the emissions and there deleterious effects.

3 A descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge Regarding Prevention and Management of Diarrhea among Mothers of under five Children in Rural Areas of Ambala, Haryana
Suman Lata, Sarita Pandey, Jagriti Chauhan, Jaspal Kaur, Jyoti Soni, Kajal, Khushneet Kaur

Abstract — Diarrheal diseases rank among the top three causes of childhood death in the developing countries. On an average a child suffers from about 12 episodes of diarrhoea, 4 such episodes occurring during the very first year of life. Existence of malnutrition makes the child very much vulnerable to diarrheal diseases. An estimated 1.8 billion episodes of diarrhoea occur in each year and 3 million children under age of 5 year die due to diarrhoea. Diarrhoea kills nearly 5 lakh children a year in India.

4 Scope of Development of Food Processing Industry in the Developing Nations
Richa Mandan

Abstract — In developing nations people majority of the people stay in rural area, as they are dependent on agriculture sector for their livelihood. Hence the growth of the economy is dependent on the development of the agriculture sector and the agriculture related sector. When the income levels of the people in the primary sector increases, the demand for the secondary sector goods also increases and this later will lead to the growth of the secondary sector. In the current scenario there is a huge scope for the development of the agro-processing industries. Within the agro-processing sector the scope of development is seen in food processing industry. Further the scope of growth in the food processing industry is shifting from the developed nations to the developing nations. The demand for the processed food is increasing in the high-income countries as compared to the lower-income countries.