Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 6 Issue 3

Submission Start Date:
March 01, 2020

Acceptence Notification Start:
March 20, 2020

Submission End:
March 25, 2020

Final ManuScript Due:
March 31, 2020

Publication Date:
March 31, 2020
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 6 Issue 3      Submission Start Date: March 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: March 20, 2020      Submission End: March 25, 2020      Final ManuScript Due: March 31, 2020      Publication Date: March 31, 2020



Volume II Issue III

Author Name
Khushboo Pawar
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 3
Abstract
The enforcement and protection of rational rights of property for the digital media has grown to a significant problem in various countries in the world. There is raise in accessibility and popularity of Internet to edit, record, replicate and telecast content related to multimedia that has require a huge necessity to prevent the digital information from the illegal access, modifications and distributions. General idea of the digital watermarking is to insert the data into media cover to allow security to the data. The technique of watermarking that is fulfilling these needs known as the Reversible watermarking. In this paper, we are proposing method for watermarking. This method is using conditionals local prediction and give better results.
PaperID
IJETAS/MARCH/2016/23002

Author Name
Srishtee Jain
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 3
Abstract
With the development of digital resources, hardware to store those material also get increase. While dealing with such digital contents, searching also plays very important role. This article is all about the object detection method. This article detects various object by using Neural Network along with Histogram of Local Binary Pattern. Firstly this method find LBP and then apply Neural Network. This article achieves accuracy to detect the objects. This work is implemented in MATLAB.
PaperID
IJETAS/MARCH/2016/23004

Author Name
Jitendra Kumar Mishra , Sunanda Manke
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 3
Abstract
In this paper a Microstrip Dipole Patch antenna above an EBG substrate was investigated at the 1-5GHz frequency range for potential application as a handset antenna of 4G wireless communications systems. One of the motivations for this proposal is that the size of the EBG substrate can be small enough for a handset with reduced SAR. In The Proposed model the value of the averaged SAR over 10 g was reduced to 0.11142W/kg at the centre frequency 3.5GHz. The SAR for the proposed Microstrip Dipole Patch antenna with the EBG structure was 72% lower than that the reference dipole antenna model. The radiation efficiency was also improved with the minimum VSWR. The design tool used for antenna simulation is CST (Computer Simulation Technology) software.
PaperID
IJETAS/MAR/2016/23010

Author Name
Misbahuddin Siddique
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 3
Abstract
The transfer of heat to and from process fluids is an essential part of most chemical and petroleum industries. The most commonly used type of heat-transfer equipment is the ubiquitous shell and tube heat exchanger, Choices are usually a compromise among process design requirements, optimum thermal performance, allowable pressure drop, ease of maintenance, and cost. For the best overall exchanger performance, designers must take into account a wide variety of specific condition and constraints; development of general recommendations is therefore impossible. However, the following brief discussion can help reconcile structural code-oriented specifications, as represented by TEMA standards and strictly thermal design-oriented specification. In this paper for a given heat exchanger, study of the effect of key parameters like baffle spacing, tube outer diameter and tube thickness, tube passes, tube pitch and tube layout in a Shell and tube heat exchanger with single segmental baffles and
PaperID
IJETAS/MARCH/2016/23006

Author Name
Suman Pandey
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 3
Abstract
In this paper, we compared dissimilar commonly used clustering methods (k-mean) using Facebook dataset. In general, k-mean performs the best because of its complexity and the possibility of assigning the number of communities
PaperID
IJETAS/ March /2016/42