IJAIR- Volume 7 Issue 8 (Aug 2018)


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Mrs. Gigi Thomas, Dr.R.Shankar Shanmugam, Dr E.Prabu

Abstract: Aim: The aim of the study was to assess the level of drug compliance and quality of life of Type 2 diabetic patients(T2DM) and their association between them. Methods: A descriptive study design was adopted. A total of 100 subjects were selected using convenient sampling. The structured interview schedule was used to collect data from samples by using modified diabetic drug compliance scale of 10 day recall method and Quality Of Life of Indian Diabetic patients (QOLID) questionnaire. Results:Among 100 samples, majorities (37%) of them were in the age group of 51-60 years and 4% of them were in the age group of 21-30 years. 88% of them were adherent to 75-100% medications and 12% of them were adherent to 50-75% of medications. With regard to QOL, the study showed that 44% of diabetic patients had poor QOL, 46% had moderate QOL and none of them had good QOL. The study revealed that there was a moderate positive correlation between drug compliance and QOL of diabetic patients. Conclusion: Drug compliance is very important in managing chronic diseases like diabetes for better glycemic control and prevention of complications which in turn results in improved QOL.

2 To Study the Elemental Concentrations in Selected Medicinal Plants by EDXRF Technique
S. Jyothsna, G. Manjula , A. S. Nageswara Rao

Abstract: Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) technique was one of the most powerful and quick multi elemental analyses with high sensitivity has been used to detect characterized for trace elements. To determine the trace elemental concentration in selected medicinal plants namely, Eclipta prostrate, Acalypha indica, Andrographis paniculata, Datura metal, Alstonia scholarisis, Aloe vera and Acacia catechu which are traditionally used by the natives of the Telangana State. From the present study, thirteen elements (P, S, Cl, K, Ca, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn, Se, Br, Rb and Sr) and their elemental concentrations were determined in these plant samples. In this we are found to contain significant amount of the S, Fe, Cu, Mn and Rb, which can used to a new standard of prescribing the dosage of herbal drugs prepared from the plant material to integrate their medicinal values in the modern system of the medicines. It is hoped that, this elemental data will be a useful lead for phytochemists and pharmacologists for further study.

3 Immanuel Kant’s Transcendental Logic
Han Sangsin

Abstract:Philosophical logic not only determines to associate with the principle of logical thinking but also determines the fundamental meaning of the Logos itself, for judgmental thinking activity. This research article is based on the relationship of transcendental logic and the general logic issues in Kant’s book 'Critique of Pure Reason'. In his book ‘Critique of Pure Reason’ he connotes the direct relationship of ‘transcendental logic’. Kant thinks that the outcome of transcendental analytics can be substituted with conventional ontology because ‘Critique of Pure Reason’ has been considered as ‘the preliminary studies’. The intent of this article is to solve the following problems. In what way general logic and transcendental logic are related? What represent the earlier progress? While the transcendental logic has superiority of function based on general logic, because latter derived from the former.

4 Hydrocolloids as intensifying agents in Piperidin-4-one for the corrosion protection of mild steel in 1 mol L-1 HCl
T. Brindha*1 and K. Parimalagandhi1

Abstract: The present work deals with the evaluation of corrosion inhibitive properties of starch (hydrocolloids) and its combination with 2,6 diphenyl piperidin-4-one on mild steel 1 mol L-1 HCl using weight loss, potentiodynamic polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy methods. The effect of temperature (303-328 ± 1 K) inhibition of corrosion has also been studied. The corresponding corrosion kinetic parameters were calculated and discussed. Potentiodynamic polarization and electrochemical impedance studies were also carried out to determine its the corrosion behaviour on mild steel.

5 Prime – Antimagic Labeling of Some Special Classes Of Graphs
K.Thirugnanasambandam 1, G.Chitra 2

Abstract: An Prime Antimagic Labeling of a finite simple undirected graph with p vertices and q edges is a bijection from the set of vertices to the integers { 1, 2, .... p } such that for each edge uv , the labels assigned to u and v are relatively prime and the induced edge labeling f ( uv ) = f ( u ) + f ( v ) are all distinct. A Graph is called Prime Antimagic if it admits Prime Antimagic Labeling. In this article we study the new classes of graphs K_n^c + K_2 , P_(n_((m)) ), SF( n,m) and Fans are Prime Antimagic graph. We also discuss Prime Odd Antimagic labeling of theta graph , fan graph and in the contex of graph operation fusion.

6 Land Distribution For Dalits In Andhra Pradesh And Telangana
Dr. Chikkala Kranthi Kumar#1, Post-Doctoral Fellow

Abstract: This paper will focus on land distribution to SCs from 1-11-1954 to 3-11-2013 (as on 24-06-2014, in the seventh phase). It will also review the various government programmes for the development of lands allotted to SCs and the problems faced by them during the distribution of land. This work may be quite useful to understand and identify the problems involved for certain social groups in accessing the said land.

Dr. Hirdesh Kumari* Dr. Murlidhar Paliwal**

Abstract: Prana is the basic life force which is the master of all other energies working at different level. The literal meaning of whole word prana are breathing, breath, respiration, inspiration and expiration, breath of life, spirit, vital action or life. Consideration of Prana as vital entity for the sustenance of life is since Vedic period and its significance is proved by Praneshana as described in Samhitas. God and medicinal plants were praised directly, during Vedic period, for being blessed with prana i.e. life. Acarya Sushruta mentioned dvadasha prana. Although acarya Caraka and Vagbhata, each has mentioned 10 pranayatanas but there is slight variation in their consideration of different entities as pranayatana. Dvadasha prana could be considered as the physiological entities of body while the other entities like anna, rakta etc. could be accepted as both physical and physiological entities.

8 A Study To Assess The Impeding Factors For Nurses’ Participation In Continuous Professional Development Activities
Dr.S KalaBarathi1, Mrs.J.Jagadeeswari2, Dr.P Mangala Gowri 3

Abstract: Continuous professional development (CPD) is described internationally by a variety of terms. This includes continuing nursing education, life-long learning, continuous professional development and professional skills development. The purpose of continuous professional development activities are to help the nurses to maintain updated skills set so that they are able to care for patients safely and competently. The objectives of the study are to assess the impending factors for nurses’ participation in continuous professional development activities and to associate the impending factors among nurses with the selected demographic variables. A Non-experimental design was used selected to assess the impending factors for nurses’ participation in continuous professional development activities. A self administered questionnaire method was used to collect the demographical variables and impeding factors for nurses’ participation in continuous professional development activities. The study results shows that impeding factors like work related factors, financial related factors, lack of peer support, availability and accessibility had shown more frequent when compared to other impeding factors. There is no statistically significant association with the impeding factors for nurses’ participation for continuous professional development activities.

9 Title: Glycemic control of intermittent fasting in type-2 diabetes A case report
Vijayakumar. PS*, Sahana AU.

Abstract: Type 2 diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder that is characterized by high blood sugar, insulin resistance, and relative lack of insulin. The condition may be reversible with diet and lifestyle changes. The understanding that by achieving specific glyceamic goals morbidity can be substantially reduced has made the treatment of hyperglycaemia a priority. An increase in the prevalence of sedentary lifestyle and obesity has been the primary cause that has led to the increase of diabetes mellitus. Data shows that approximately 150 million people suffer from diabetes the world over, and that this number may well double by the year 2025. Practitioners do not have any clear pathways of therapy to follow despite of numerous reviews on management of diabetes being published in recent years. Some people find Intermittent fasting interventions better as these diets are easier to follow than traditional calorie restricted dietary approaches. Reduction of body weight, normalization in blood glucose, insulin and leptin levels are observed during dietary restrictions in obese animals and humans. We examined the glycemic controlling effect of intermittent weekly fast in type 2 diabetes patient; significant reduction in glucose levels after six months of weekly fast has been found, hence promoting the fact that intermittent fasting is a better add on as dietary intervention for type 2 diabetes.

10 Energy Consumption Anomaly Based Intrusion Detection In Mobile Using Rule Based Data Mining Approach
Aparna Sen, Dr. Sanjeev Sharma

Abstract: Smartphones are important part of life today, where we use it for personal and professional purpose. Mobile applications make availability of different concepts to make it user friendly environment. Android is a popular platform which is open source and adopted by people. While dealing with a large structured platform to run a mobile application. There are area where the chances of finding anomaly which may harm the user device or its data. Thus a proper analysis of such incoming and outgoing entity is needed. Many technique to detect such is presented like behavior based, signature based detection etc. still a lacking in covering all anomaly properties. Battery is the internal entity which harms devices. In this paper a energy based rule mining EEHAD approach is presented for anomaly malware detection. The experiment performed on multiple android devices with set of application anomaly signature dataset. The output observed result shows the efficient of proposed work.

11 Development of Efficient enhancement technique for Underwater Image Enhancement using Median Filter and HSV Stretching and (MFHS)
Chanchal kumar Gohiya, Prof. Agranshu Dwivedi,

Abstract: Underwater environments generally cause color cast or color scatter while photography. color scatter is due to haze effects appearing when light reflected from thing which absorbed or may be scattered several times by particles of water. Thesis work present a novel procedure for which is a special integration for various available techniques also it has new approach in order to image stretching and image equalisation. Proposed procedure enhances shallow ocean optical images or videos using stretching cum equalizing cum median filter and also as per wavelength properties. Our key contributions are proposed include a.novel shallow water imaging model that compensates in order to attenuation discrepancy along propagation path and an effective underwater scene enhancement scheme recovered images are characterized by a reduced noised level, better exposure for dark regions, and global contrast where finest details and edges are enhanced significantly.

12 Design of fast and Error free ECG signal filter with LMS Thresholding
Rahul Mandle, Prof. Vishal Shrivastava,

Abstract: An ECG signal is usually corrupted by various types of noises. Some of these noises are power line interface, baseline drift, muscle contraction, motion artifacts, electrosurgical noise, instrumentation noise and electromyography noises. It is highly required to develop a method which can filter ECG signal noises significantly. In this work, an EMD along with adaptive switching mean filter based new method for de-noising of ECG signal has been proposed. Unlike, conventional EMD based de-noising approaches, where only lower orders IMFs are denoised in this work, along with EMD, ASMF operation has been employed for further signal quality improvement. The lower order IMFs are filtered through wavelet de-noising technique to reduce high-frequency artifacts and retain the QRS complexes. Then, considering the effectiveness of ASMF, for further enhancement of signal quality adaptive switching mean filtering is performed. The validity of the performance of the described technique is evaluated on standard MIT-BIH arrhythmia database. Gaussian noise at different signal to noise ratio (SNR) levels are added to the original signals

Rakhi Patel, Prof. Vishal Shrivastava,

Abstract: Proposed paper utilize a general source separation technique, Independent Component Analysis. Particularly, basic ICA was applied to separate mixtures of low frequency, narrow band, non-Gaussian signals by using closely spaced uni-directional microphones. The localization routine worked with an average condition number of test cases. The routine was tested on data collected form MATLAB standard audio files. Localizing sounds with different frequency and time domain characteristics in a dynamic listening environment is a challenging task that has not been explored in the field of robotics as much as other perceptual tasks. This thesis presents an integrated auditory system localization method which can be used in humanoid robot, Sounds with different frequency components and time domain characteristics have to be localized.

14 Rainfall Interception of Salak Plants (Salacca sumatrana Becc) in North Sumatera Indonesia
Yusriani Nasution1, Azwar Rasyidin , Yulnafatmawita and Amrizal Saidi

Abstract: Salak (Salacca sumatrana) is a profitable commodity with low and wide plant canopy that can retain rain and it roots could withstand the runoff. The purpose of this study was to determine the canopy interception of salak plant, tree canopy interception have a significant role in reducing the amount of rainfall that reaches the ground beneath the tree. The study has been tasted on the type of mineral soil in East Angkola District North Sumatera with an altitude of 350 - 880 m above sea level. The study period start from October 2016 to March 2017. The study was conducted by survey method with the calculation of interception based on the measurement of rainfall, stem flow and throughfall. Result showed that the maisured interception, throughfall and stemflow accounted was 71.96 mm (82.98 %), 15.19 mm (15.62%) and 0.78 mm (0.93%) of cumulative gross rainfall during 1 year. Simple and multiple linear regeresion was used to determine the interception relationship with rainfall, throughfall and stemflow factors. The multiple linear regression relationship between interception with rainfall, thrughfall and stemflow indicate a very strong regression relationship ie interception is strongly impact by three factors. The coefficient of determination (R2 = 0.938) indicate that there is a strong influence of the factors on interception. A very high number of interception of salak plants shows that salak plants can hold rainfall to fell the ground.

Manoj Pareek

Abstract: Affordable and quality healthcare has not reached to majority of Indians after 70 years of independence. Only 25 % of Indian population is insured under both private health insurance and government run insurance schemes. To address this issue the government had set up High Level Expert group in year 2010 under 12 Th Five Year plan, which submitted its report with focus on Universal Health cover as basic component for social security. Recently Union Budget 2018 came up with Ayushman Bharat Programme that plans to cover 10 crore BPL families under a health Insurance scheme. The paper attempts looking at various challenges to be faced in implementation of this scheme and role of various stakeholders required for its success.

16 A Survey on Image Compression by Different Techniques for color Images
Nisha Raikwar , Deepak Dhruv

Abstract: Image compression is a type of data compression applied to digital images, to reduce their cost for storage or transmission. Algorithms may take advantage of visual perception and the statistical properties of image data to provide superior results compared with generic compression methods .The Block Truncation Coding (BTC) is one of the lossy image compression algorithms. This paper presents Image compression technique that is employed to cut back the number of bits, scale back the cupboard space and transmission price. Completely different technique used for image compression like lossless and lossy compression (VQ) technique, there are a unit completely different technique Huffman encoding, vector division, Block Truncation Code ,run length cryptography etc. Every technique has some blessings and a few limitations. Here we have a tendency to area unit study on varied image compression techniques.

17 Assess the perceived stress among postnatal mothers at a selected Hospital, Chennai.

Abstract: Purpose: To assess the level of perceived stress among postnatal mothers and to associate the level of perceived stress among postnatal mothers with the selected demographic variables. Methods: A Descriptive study was conducted to assess the level of perceived stress among postnatal mothers at Saveetha Medical College Hospital. The population consisted of postnatal mothers who have delivered both by vaginal and caesarean section within 6 weeks of postnatal period. The samples were selected by non-probability convenient sampling technique. Data was collected after obtaining the consent from the postnatal mothers. Structured interview method was used to collect the demographical variables and level of stress was assessed by perceived stress scale. The data was analyzed by descriptive statistics. Results: The study findings depicts that 46(77%) had mild stress, 12(20%) had moderate stress and 2(3%) had severe stress and there was statistically significant association with level of perceived stress among postnatal mothers with type of family and parity at p<0.05 level. Conclusion: The study findings shows that there is a statistically significant association with level of perceived stress among postnatal mothers in type of family and parity at p<0.05 level and the other demographic variables among postnatal mothers. Hence the perceived stress is commonly found in postnatal mothers.

18 Monsoonal variation and correlation in concentration of trace elements in ground water of Bareilly region U.P., India
Neha Gupta, Ravi Kumar Gangwar, Sameer Chandra, Jaspal Singh

Abstract:Ground water samples were collected from different tehsil (Aonla Tehsil, Baheri Tehsil, Bareilly Tehsil, Faridpur Tehsil, Mirganj Tehsil) of the Bareilly regionand analyzed quantitatively for the concentration of trace elements like As, Mn, Al, Cr, Fe and Pb by using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. The concentration was found fluctuating due to the temperature variance in different season and observed mostly below the permissible limit and some time at various sites slightly high or equal to permissible limit of WHO and BIS. As and Mn observed about the maximum permissible level at Anolateshil in both the season respectively (0.01 mgL-1and0.50 mgL-1) and (0.013 mgL-1and0.54 mgL-1). Concentration of Mn was also observed highest at Faridpur in pre monsoon season (0.50mgL-1) whereas at Meerganj Al and Cr concentration observed nearby maximum permissible limit in both the season. Ground water of the study area in different tehsil’s of Bareilly can be used for drinking purpose after suitable treatment, constant monitoring of the trace elements concentrations in the surface water as well as comprehensive conservation efforts recommended should be taken by relevant organization.

Dr. C. Somashekher

Abstract: Using the empirical data on postgraduate students of Bangalore University, this study examines how different combinations of aspirations and satisfactions can impact the students’ future. The purpose of this paper is to ascertain the level of educational aspirations as well as educational satisfaction among the postgraduate students and the extent of social background influence on the students’ aspirations to pursue higher education. A total of 250 students from Bangalore university campus were interviewed for this purpose. The study indicates that students are on the higher side of aspirations and satisfaction. Furthermore, significant association was found between educational aspirations, age and social origin. Additionally, the study finds significant differences in favor of rural students being more satisfied with lower social origin.

20 An Advance ANN Approach based on Network Layer over MF Algorithm
Rahul Sharma, Pankaj Richhariya

Abstract:In any stream in which we are working, we well know that any kind of data for the user or the customer plays a very important role for the future process. Such that to handle that data we also require a service that will handle and stores that data without ruing the rule of abstraction so, for this we use data mining. Some other important features which are further added are come under the web mining that provides us the facilities to discover patterns from the World Wide Web this is information gathered by mining the web. It makes utilization of automated apparatuses to reveal and extricate data from servers and web2 reports, and it permits organizations to get to both organized and unstructured information from browser activities, server logs, website and link structure, page content and different sources. In this paper we have proposed the ANN Algorithm with the BDMFA (Big Data Matrix Factorization ANN Approach) that helps in finding the web services, performing pre-processing over the observed web services dataset. This step help in recognizing web services and their information efficiently. Also we have performed proposed approach with type detection process such that it is able to find discovery process as per requirement.

21 Status of Transgenders (Eunuchs) in Mughal India
Anju Bala

Abstract:The present work focuses on the status of eunuchs in Mughal India. Eunuchs are one type of transgender community known as third gender. It is the marginalised section of our society particularly in context to our Indian society till today. But the status of eunuchs in Mughal India was far better than present day. So, through the present work, an attempt has been made to study the various contemporary works to analyse the status and position of this marginalised section of our society.

22 Ill effects of first and second hand exposure of smoke of tobacco
Dr. Mamta Patel

Abstract: If we talk about exposure of tobacco smoke there is no safe level of it for humans. It is equally harmful to consumers and to the people who are surrounded by them as well. The tobacco smoke is one of the key causes of different health problems related to respiratory system in infants, children, old age people and up to specific extent adults as well. Acute problems may result in premature deaths. Planning of different health policies and tobacco control programs can be properly made and applied if proper descriptive information of premature deaths and diseases is available along with the risk factors cause such. In the present study I have tried to project the future deaths and DALYS by using Regression analysis to get clearer virtual picture of future harm of exposure of tobacco smoke in male, female and combined population.

23 AN Automated SDCN Allocation Approach using Enhanced Trust Election Approach over Network
Priyanka Kumari , Sudeep Kumar , Jitendra Kumar Mishra

Abstract: In this paper we have proposed the Resource Allocation Algorithm for the software-defined cellular networks for the future 5G networks. The algorithm will be helpful in finding out the network conjunction in order to remove that so to provide the single resource for all the activities which are being scheduled. Mobile network presents various communication protocol and allocation policy to its network which provides service to end users. Heterogeneous network cause problem while accessing it for different providers. It is also challenging while allocation of particular server and thus service providing to the user is required. Many distribution solutions over the network are presented. The existing technique presents resource allocation over the different bands. Cellular and Wi-Fi interface consideration is made which help in communication. An appropriate resource allocation approach is presented and further the requirement is to refine the SDCN controller and optimize the allocation over the given resources.

24 Battery based Intrusion Detection for Mobile Using Rule based Data Mining Approach
Aparna Sen , Dr.Sanjeev Sharma

Abstract: Smartphones are important part of life today, where we use it for personal and professional purpose. Mobile applications make availability of different concepts to make it user friendly environment. Android is a popular platform which is open source and adopted by people. While dealing with a large structured platform to run a mobile application. There are area where the chances of finding anomaly which may harm the user device or its data. Thus a proper analysis of such incoming and outgoing entity is needed. Many technique to detect such is presented like behavior based, signature based detection etc. still a lacking in covering all anomaly properties. Battery is the internal entity which harms devices. In this paper a battery based rule mining EEHAD approach is presented for anomaly malware detection. The experiment performed on multiple android devices with set of application anomaly signature dataset. The output observed result shows the efficient of proposed work.

25 A Study To Assess The Need In Various Aspects Related To Living Conditions Among Migrant Population Residing At Selected Village
1S.Jose Amala Anilda Msc( N) I year. 2Dr.Mrs.P.Mangalagowri Principal

Abstract: Communities are typically defined by a geographic area; however, they can also be based on shared interests or characteristics such as religion, race, age, or occupation. Migration in itself is not a risk factor to health. The circumstances surrounding the migration process increase migrants’ vulnerability and expose migrants to various health risks. The need for the study was to assess the need in various aspects related to living conditions among migrant population residing at selected village. objectives: To assess the demographic variables of the migrant population residing at the village, To explore the need in various aspects of living conditions of the migrant population residing at the village, To associate the selected demographic variables with the various aspects of living conditions of the migrant population residing at the village. methodology: research approach: quantitative approach, Research design: univariant descriptive design,100 samples by Non- probability convenient sampling technique. Results: 26(26%) peoples have severe unmet need, 68(68%)have moderate need, 06(06%) have mild unmet need and none of them have no unmet need on living conditions among the migrant population residing at the village.