JCT - Volume 5 Issue 6 (June 2016)


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1 Duality of Iterative Soft Open in Multi Scale Soft Morphological Environment Bowl
Kompella venkata ramana

Abstract- In this paper, duality is discussed in soft erosion in multi scale as well as iterative environment. Soft erosion and soft dilation will exist for various thresholds. So soft open and soft close also exist for various thresholds. If definition for soft erosion and soft dilation are studied (5), then some type of equalities are viewed among soft morphological operations. So equality may be established in between soft erosion and soft dilation in multi scale environment. Open and close are composite operations. So soft open and soft close are also composite operations which will exist at various thresholds. Equality may be viewed among all soft morphological operations. In the same way duality also will exist for all soft morphological operations because duality will exist for all morphological operations, for example dual of erosion is dilation ,dual of dilation is erosion, dual of open is close and dual of close is open. In this paper, duality is discussed in soft open, in multi scale as well as iterative environment. A very important point is that equality does not exist in mathematical morphology but will exist in soft mathematical morphology. So various duals will occur for each soft morphological operation.

2 A Review of Image Processing Applications Implementation on FPGA
Avdash Bhatt, Paramveer Singh Gill

Abstract- Digital Image processing applications on digital systems have become an important area of research in recent years. Many image processing applications have been implemented on hardware and compared with their software counterparts. Researchers have proposed many techniques for the implementation on FPGA platforms and other processing hardware. Encryption and decryption of images on images or text on images is an ever booming area of research and new techniques have been evolved for their implementation on hardware. In the present work different techniques of steganography available in the literature have been compared and the advantages and disadvantages of the same are discussed.

3 Image and Gesture Based Single User Transportation System
Dr.M.J.C.Prasad, N.Haritha

Abstract- The use of powered wheelchairs with high navigational intelligence is one of the great steps towards the integration of severely physically disabled people. Driving a wheelchair in domestic environments is a difficult task even for a normal person and becomes much more difficult for people with arms or hands impaired. This system uses the MEMS and RFID technologies to move the wheel chair without any assistance. The wheel chair uses MEMS sensors to identify the hand gestures made by the person sitting on it. The microcontroller now controls the movement of the chair by controlling the DC motors through PWM. The rear camera and display are provided for the patient to monitor the rear view of the wheel chair during the backward motion. RFID technology is used to identify the person who is sitting on the chair.

4 Integration of Table of Specification (ToS) in Academic Teaching and Evaluation
Noor Khan, Shamaila, Shabnum Gul, Nabila

Abstract- Table of specification, sometimes referred to as test blue print, is a table that helps teachers align objectives, instruction and assessment. It is possible scope which laid emphasis of the test and relates other objectives to the content in order to ensure a balanced test items (Gregory 2006). Gronlund and Linn (2000) assert that table of specification may be referred to as content of a course or curriculum that can be broadly defined to include both subject matter content and instructional objectives. The purpose of developing a table of specification (test map, test grid, test blue print) is to ensure that the test serves its intended purpose by representatively sampling the intended learning outcomes and instructional content. It helps instructor to evaluate the different aspects of learning according to blooms taxonomy according to difficulty level for the content.

5 Health Literacy and Health Care Utilization Patterns in Middle Age Men in Pakistan
Noor Khan, Zakria Zakar, Robeena Zakar, Shamaila

Abstract- No practical and theoretical pattern for identifying health literacy and it utilization patterns exists. Health literacy is referring to the ability to read and perform numerical tasks1. Research studies has shown positive association between limited health literacy and worse health outcomes such as lower utilization of health2,3 services, medication non adherence, and higher hospitalization rates.

6 Studies of Temperature Effects on a Morse Lattice via Molecular Dynamics
Robert Hart, Gregory Tanner, Shaoping Xiao

Abstract- A "Morse" lattice, a square lattice bonded via the Morse potential, was studied in this paper via molecular dynamics to demonstrate the temperature effects on the stress and strain of the nanostructured materials. Only two-body potential was used here without considering angle bending or torsion of bonds. Velocity scaling technique was implemented in molecular dynamics to maintain the simulated system at a desired temperature. Thermal stresses were observed when volume expansion was not allowed. When a positive strain was applied to the lattice, stress relaxation was observed as the temperature increased. Uniaxial tension simulations were conducted at various temperatures to study stress-strain curves. It was found that the material failure stress and strain were smaller at high temperature. In addition, the histograms of atomistic velocities at the final equilibrium states were studied and compared to the theoretical Boltzmann distribution at various.

7 Study of Distribution System Using SCOR Model
M. Raghu Tilak Reddy, Sudarshan T A

Abstract- Managing supply-chain operations is critical to any company’s ability to compete effectively. The supply chain has traditionally been managed as a series of simple, compartmentalized business functions. It was driven by manufacturers who managed and controlled the pace at which products were developed, manufactured and distributed. In recent years, however, customers have forced increasing demands on manufacturers for options, styles, features, quick order fulfillment and fast delivery. Success for many companies now depends on their ability to balance a stream of product and process changes with meeting customer demand for delivery and flexibility. Optimally managing supply-chain operations has therefore become critical to compete effectively in the global marketplace. One of the most interesting and important of these recent developments is SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference Model). The SCOR isolates key supply-chain management processes and matches their process elements against industry-specific best practices, benchmarking performance data, and appropriate software applications, providing users with a framework for understanding where they need to make improvements. This paper presents a case study in which SCOR model is used to find out the performance of the distribution system of an industry, in this process the model is built, simulated using Arena whose outputs are used to calculate performance.

8 Ground water quality testing In Bengaluru city
Swetti Jha

Abstract- Physical assessment of drinking water quality was carried out for the samples taken in Bangalore, India. Being one of the fatest growing cities in india, inevitably Bangalore is facing the pressure of supplying safe and healthy drinking water to such a huge population. Therefore it is of high importance quality in such place. In this present study water samples were collected from all over Bangalore peripheral regions as well as proportions from the central region as well. Test for pH and TDS were carried 20 samples. The whole city was divided in four regions for well parameter was found to fairly exceed the standard values in certain places. All the unfitness of the water may has occurred due to the poor storage and maintenance system. All the limit came high in some sector depending upon external sources. It is evident that more than 50 percent of water samples are non portable as per Indian standard.

9 ARM Based Smart Cart and Automatic Billing System with Theft Detection
Dr.M.J.C.Prasad, N.Haritha

Abstract- As shopping at the malls has become a daily activity in metro cities and due to the heavy rush the whole shopping experience is ruined by long billing queues and checkout lines. The main aim of this paper is to provide an automatic billing system to avoid queues in malls and super markets. This can be done by replacing the item bar code with RFID tags, and the cart is equipped with a microcontroller, LCD, an RFID reader, EEPROM, keypad, Load-cell and ZigBee module. The item placed in the cart will be read through a RFID reader on shopping cart and the item information will be stored in EEPROM .once the shopping is done the information will be sent to the central billing system where it calculates the total billing of the specific cart. Along with this ability, the system design also ensures detection of theft performed by dishonest customers, which makes the smart system fair and attractive to both the buyers and sellers.