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    E-SCIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION

    , Sarhan M. Musa (2017)
    E-science refers to the type of scientific research that uses large-scale computing infrastructure to process very large amount of data. It is an interdisciplinary branch of science that explores and implements information technology platforms, which include computer networks, computer information technology, telecommunication, and computational methods. This paper provides a brief introduction to e-science.

    INTERNET2: AN INTRODUCTION

    M. N. O. Sadiku; S.M. Musa; Sudarshan R. Nelatury (2017)
    Internet2 was founded by the research and education community to serve its advanced networking needs and meet its bandwidth-intensive requirements. It is an alternative offering and the academic world’s response to the deficiencies (such as congestion and reliability, limited IP addresses) of the original Internet. However, the term Internet2 is still obscure to many. This paper provides a brief introductiob on Internet2.

    INTERNET SAFETY

    Sarhan M. Musa (2017)
    Safety is fundamentally important for everyone, whether online or offline and is everyone’s responsibility. Internet safety refers to how to be safe, confident, and responsible when using online technologies. Making the Internet safe for children has become a major technological challenge and a public policy issue. It is mainly taught in elementary and high schools. This paper provides a brief introduction on how individuals can keep themselves and their loved ones safe while they surf

    AUTOMATIC KINEMATIC LINKAGE TRANSMISSION USING OVERDRIVE

    Kedar Pimparkar (2017)
    In this paper we have tried to explain combined use of lesteran’s concept of automatic transmission and overdrive mechanism. In lesteran’s concept he replaced gearbox with automatic mechanical torque convertor assembly. While overdrive consists of an electrically or hydraulically operated epicycle gear train bolted behind the transmission unit which allows the engine to operate at a lower RPM for a given road speed. This allows the vehicle to achieve better fuel efficiency, and often quieter ...

    INFORMATION DOMINANCE

    Matthew N. O. Sadiku,; Sarhan M. Musa; Omonowo D. Momoh (2017)
    The number of users connected to the Internet has grown exponentially. New applications have led to the convergence of voice and data networks. The capacity of the original Internet is rapidly becoming inadequate to handle large volumes of traffic patterns delivered by new services such as mobile communications, server virtualization, cloud services, and big data. The future of Internet heavily depends on future Internet research. The paper provides a brief introduction to future Internet re...

    Adjustment among College Students

    Dr. Paras Jain (2017)
    For college students, adjustment required in various dimensions, which degree and type is varied with students depending on background, experience and prior schooling and environment of college. It’s a process of finding and adopting modes of behavior suitable to the environment. Generally emotional and social adjusted students perform better. In present study adjustment of college students have been measured and comparatively analyzed.

    DIGITAL FORGERY

    Sarhan M. Musa1 (2017)
    Forgery is the criminal act that provides misleading information about a product or service. It is the process of making, adapting, or imitating documents or objects with the intent to deceive. Digital forgery (or digital tampering) is the process of manipulating documents or images for the intent of financial, social or political gain. This paper provides a brief introduction to the digital forgery.

    COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO AUTHENTICATE THE ORIGINALITY OF AN IMAGE

    G Narayana Swamy (2016)
    The paper mainly deals with the segmentation of the color image; the algorithm used is nearest neighbor segmentation algorithm. The working principle of the algorithm is highly suitable for the L*A*B* color space. With the help of this method it’s possible to distinguish the objects based on the color. The concept of the paper can may be applicable to some practical applications such as fake note detection, damaged cells detection in medical fields and defect detection in metal industry etc....

    COMPARISON OF TWO CITIES : MIRROR TOWN PLANNING

    Prathamesh Gurme; Sangram Patil (2017)
    Town Planning is must for any structural point of view as it offers proper functioning and circulation. Urban planning is also referred to as urban and regional planning, regional planning, town planning, city planning, rural planning or some combination in various areas worldwide priority given for Town Planning plays vital role defining success of any city or town. So here is outlook and comparative analysis has been carried out on the basis of structural planning and survey of respective P...

    Effectiveness of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation On The Labour Pain Management

    prof. M. Muthukannu. (2017)
    Pain in labour is a normal physiological reaction. The experience of pain during labour is a complex and multifaceted individual response to stimuli generated during child birth. In particular, one psychological factor-previous experience of pain- was found to be strongly associated with perceived levels of pain. TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) was introduced into maternity care in Scandinavia in 1970s. TENS was originally developed as...