Volume 1, Issue 2 (June 2016 - August 2016)
Need for Semantics in IT Applications


S. Chellammal

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 1-6
Abstract: Semantics is observed as the key ingredient in the next phase of the Web infrastructure as well as the next generation of information systems. In this context, we review the need for machines to process the data and knowledge available in the Web, different knowledge representation languages such as Resource Description Framework, Resource Description Framework Schema and Web Ontology Language. Also, the paper has
given its focus on various opportunities and challenges of Semantic Web Keywords-need for semantics; semantic web technologies; semantics based applications; challenges

Keywords: need for semantics; semantic web technologies; semantics based applications; challenges
S.Chellammal. Need for Semantics in IT Applications, International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 1-6
RDF Annotated Semantic Web- From a Research perspective


Dr. M. Thangamani,  S. Rama Subramanian & T.Chithrakumar

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 7-12
 

Abstract:
The scope of this section is to give a common outline to some of the information related to Semantic web which adopts RDF based deductions that has wide range of applications that can be linked together to achieve machine processing terminology to global scale. Here  the RDF schema which is based on trust and proof theory that provides  in a major role on the Semantic Web based machine processing , and to adopt  the formal foundations of those languages. Web semantic RDF Schema will be the key players of the information that we will want to explore and migrate for machine learning. It also concentrates on machine accessible information which can be highly exploited by ontology based deductions. To motivate the process RDF and XML have been adopted as the basis for information integration.

Keywords: RDF Schema, XML
Dr. M. Thangamani,  S. Rama Subramanian & T.Chithrakumar, RDF Annotated Semantic Web- From a Research perspective , International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 7-12
Cascaded H-Bridge Eleven Level Inverter With Reduced Number of Switches


S.Vinoth kumar, M.S.Sivagamasundari, K.Siva Subramanian and Y.Levingstan

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 13-23
 

Abstract:
In this paper, a new topology of multilevel inverter with reduced number of switches using fuzzy logic controller is proposed to improve the inverter performance. The analysis has been done by sinusoidal pulse width modulation technique. Both conduction and switching losses decrease, the number of switches reduce which leads to increase the inverter efficiency. The size and power consumption of driving circuits are also reduced. Therefore, the overall cost and circuit complexity are greatly reduced. Also, it does not face voltage-balancing problems due to fixed dc voltage values. A simulation in the MATLAB/SIMULINK platform has validated the proposed idea.

Keywords: Multilevel Inverter, Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Inverter, Total Harmonic Distortion, SPWM, MATLAB
S.Vinoth kumar et. al, Cascaded H-Bridge Eleven Level Inverter With Reduced Number of Switches  , International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 13-23
Cost Benefit Analysis in Intrusion Detection System


S. Saravana Kumar

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 24-30
 

Abstract: Assessing the cost-benefit tradeoff of a network intrusion detection system requires an understanding of the effectiveness of the system and the cost of its employment. In this paper, we propose a cost-benefit analysis methodology and build a cost model based on an investigation of the cost factors and categories of various intrusions. The model can be used to quantitatively and qualitatively calculate the cost of detecting and responding to an intrusion, and provide necessary advice for determining the tradeoff between costs and benefits.

Keywords: Network intrusion, Cost-benefit analysis, intrusion detection, tradeoff
S. Saravana Kumar, Cost Benefit Analysis in Intrusion Detection System , International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 24-30
Voltage And Frequency Controller for An Induction Generator Based Stand Alone Wind Energy Conversion System
S.Vinoth kumar,  Y.Levingstan

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 31-46
 

Abstract: This paper presents a voltage and frequency controller (VFCs) for induction generator for standalone wind energy conversion systems. In wind turbine-driven isolated asynchronous generator, magnitude and frequency of the generated voltage vary because of varying consumer loads and wide fluctuation in wind speed. The performance of the controller is analyzed under different electrical (varying consumer loads) and mechanical
dynamic conditions (varying wind speed) using MATLAB software.

Keywords - Wind power conversion system, Voltage source converter, PWM signal generator, Voltage and frequency controllers.
S.Vinoth kumar et. al., Voltage And Frequency Controller for An Induction Generator Based Stand Alone Wind Energy Conversion System , International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 31-46
HVAC System for Low Energy Buildings


Jen Jacob

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 47-52
 

Abstract: Today, the resolution is auxiliary generators, frequently run on filthy fuels which turn out towering emissions of CO2 and supplementary gases. In addition, huge reserves must recurrently be made in the power sector to manage with intensifying crest demand, though peaks are only 5% of the complete twelve-monthly demand. There’s an enhanced way. The low-energy HVAC system which adds thermal energy storage into new building structures which has low energy. The energy storage space technology added to concrete floor slabs can translate to 20-60% less energy for heating and cooling, and a 75-90% reduction in peak cooling loads. This unique method of using the concrete floor slabs with their hollow centers make then work as minuscule heat exchangers, warming or cooling air before it enters rooms.

Keywords - HVAC system, Low energy, Thermal Storage.
Jen Jacob, HVAC system, Low energy, Thermal Storage , International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 47-52
Hybrid Techniques and Methods for Analysis of Medical Images


Y. Pavan Kumar Reddy & Dr. K. Fayaz

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 43-60
 

Abstract: The medical image processing and analysis methods have been used to help physicians to make important medical decision through physician-computer interaction.  Intelligent or model-based quantitative medical image analysis approaches have been explored for computer-aided diagnosis to improve the sensitivity and specificity of radiological tests involving medical images. A critical step in improving accuracy of interpretation of medical images by a computer aided diagnostic system is to focus on hybrid (both image processing and data mining) techniques. The main objective this work is to develop an interactive system for analyzing medical images (such as images MRI, PET, SPECT) by using hybrid methods. 

Keywords - Medical Image Processing, Segmentation, Clustering, MAP,  K-Means Algorithm, Watershed Segmentation
Y. Pavan Kumar Reddy et.al., Hybrid Techniques and Methods for Analysis of Medical Images, International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 53-60
Exploring Data Mining Classification Approach In Weka Open Source
T. Chithrakumar , Dr. M. Thangamani & C. Premalatha 

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 61-70
 

Abstract: The extraction of information from huge amount of data set is called data mining. Classification and prediction are two forms of data analysis that can be used to extract models describing important data classes or to predict future data trends.  Classification predicts categorical labels.   Weka is a collection of machine learning algorithms for data mining tasks. The algorithms can either be applied directly to a dataset or called from your own Java code.  Weka means Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis (WEKA). It is introduced by university of New Zealand and it has capacity to convert comma separated values file to relational table format. This research implementing the classification concept using Weka opens source using for WINE-QUALITY dataset.

Keywords - Data mining, Weka, Wine-Quality
T. Chithrakumar  et. al., Exploring Data Mining Classification Approach In Weka Open Source, International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 61-70
Women's Leadership in India through the Ages


Dr. Veenus Jain

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 71-76
 

Abstract: The evil customs like sati, devadasi, sex-selective abortion etc. were abolished long ago in India. However, the practices like, infanticide, child marriage, dowry killings etc. still plagues many parts of this sub-continent. Fortunately, 20th century had ushered India into a modern era. The new age had acted very constructively against religious orthodoxy, which has been against women in India over many years. A series of progressive legislation has been put in place post independence, which brought legal status of women in India absolutely at par with men.  It is also not true that in Indian history, art and literature, women were always portrayed in a docile and submissive manner. To the contrary men emerged in Indian history often as meteors from time to time and were eulogized as rulers, scholars, religious leaders, brave and mighty as well. Razia Sultan, the only female ruler of Delhi Sultanate (1236 - 1240 A. D.) and Rani Laxmi Bai of Jhansi 1857 A. D. are the two iconic examples of martial women who during their own time had stirred popular imagination at two different eras of Indian history with their own courage, velour and statesmanship.  In Indian traditional lore, female deities like Durga and Kali are often depicted capable of super-human righteous wrath, which can destroy the world. The Goddesses like Lakshmi, Saraswati and host of other female deities are worshiped by Hindu females as well as males alike for their supernatural powers of wealth, knowledge and bravery.

Keywords - Customs, Women, Female, Religious, Legal
Dr. Veenus Jain., Women's Leadership in India through the Ages, International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 71-76
Dependable Home Automation System based on Touch Screen


Dr. N Chinnaiyan, Dr. G Pradeep, S.Rajeswari, Sridevi S, Beena B M

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 77-80
 

Abstract: In recent years, the home environment has project focuses on assisting the users to control as well as to know the exact status of electric appliances in their home at that instant by using GSM and Zig-Bee which is wireless communication. Previously home automation are very complicated based on hardware. Thus it is difficult to maintain Factors like security, reliability, usefulness, robustness and price. Now a days it consist of touchscreen which easy to use. Now that human and computer interaction has been developed into a more wide and sophisticated field., designing and operating of intelligence system has been more user friendly than ever. Home automation is a system that helps a user to operate switching various appliances and lighting devices from a single input. The touch screen used as input is much simpler to operate. Touch screen has been widely accepted as the most comfortable input to be provided to the user. Not only they are easy to operate but they also give a sense of personal involvement which the user always appreciate.

Keywords - Touch screen, GSM, Zig-Bee, Microcontroller, Sensors
Dr. N Chinnaiyan, Dr. G Pradeep, S.Rajeswari, Sridevi S, Beena B M, Dependable Home Automation System based on Touch Screen, International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 77-80
Signal Processing Platforms And Algorithms For Real Life Communication


Rajan. B,Anandan.R, Vivekanandan.P

International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 81-85
 

Abstract: Design of modern electronic communication systems involves diversified scientific areas including algorithms, architectures, and hardware development. Variety of existent multimedia devices gives rise to development of platform-dependent signal processing algorithms. Their integration into existent digital environment is an urgent problem for application engineers. Signal processing plays a key role in the evolution of modern technological breakthrough in almost all disciplines. We resort to automated processing and analysis techniques to aid our day to day activities with the emergence of various facilities; advanced signal processing has become ever increasingly important for low complexity, low power and efficient physical implementations of future products. Real time applications utilizing such benefits have become an integral part in one’s life. The state of the art techniques that has led to such an evolution is therefore of outmost importance. With this in view, the notable contributions made in the field of signal processing should be given priority in order for this trend of research and development to be in process.

Keywords - Digital Environment, Signal Processing, Algorithms, Architectures.
Rajan. B,Anandan.R, Vivekanandan.P, "Signal processing platforms and algorithms for real life communication ", International Research Journal in Global Engineering and Sciences (IRJGES), 2016, Vol.1. Issue 2. pp. 81-85
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