Volume-1, Issue-2

1. Review Paper on: Total Productive Maintenance

Importance of TPM which stands for Total Productive maintenance for Liberalization of global economy has resulted tough competition in global market and for the sustainability in market for any product or service, the optimization of resources and costs in all sorts is required. The global competition is based on the innovation of advanced products, processes etc. and technology support is the essential requirement for any advancement in product or process where concept of Total productive maintenance has very much relevance today where it focus on improvement in equipment availability, performance and quality with assuring health and safety of employees and protection of environment.TPM provides a method for the achievement of world class levels of overall equipment effectiveness through people and not through technology or systems alone. It includes the organizational structures, human interactions, analytical tools and success criteria associated with the implementation of Total Productive Manufacturing programs.

Published by: Narinder Singh, Onkar Singh BhatiaResearch Area: Productive Maintenance – Mechanical

Organisation: Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, HPKeywords:

2. Lubrication: A Review

Use of cutting fluids in machining processes can reduce the cutting temperature and provides lubrication to tool and work piece. These translate to longer tool life and improved surface quality. Metalworking fluids are a major cause of health hazards for operators apart from being sources of environmental pollution thus necessitating research in dry and minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) machining. The introduction of coolant techniques such as near-dry machining so called minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) and cryogenic coolant have shown promising performances especially in terms of cutting tool life. Nowadays, MQL is widely used in machining performances.

Published by: Prateek Selopal, O.S. BhatiaResearch Area: Lubrication – Mechanical

Organisation: Green Hills Engineering College, Solan, HPKeywords:

3. Implementation of Data Marts in Data Warehouse

A data mart is a persistent physical store of operational and aggregated data statistically processed data that supports businesspeople in making decisions based primarily on analyses of past activities and results. A data mart contains a predefined subset of enterprise data organized for rapid analysis and reporting. Data warehousing has come into being because the file structure of the large mainframe core business systems is inimical to information retrieval. The purpose of the data warehouse is to combine core business and data from other sources in a format that facilitates reporting and decision support. In just a few years, data warehouses have evolved from large, centralized data repositories to subject specific, but independent, data marts and now to dependent marts that load data from a central repository of Data Staging files that has previously extracted data from the institution’s operational business systems (e.g., student record, finance and human resource systems, etc.).

Published by: Neha MalhotraResearch Area: Data Warehouse

Organisation: DAV College, Jalandhar, PunjabKeywords:

Research Paper

4. Constructing Operating Systems and E-Commerce

Information retrieval systems and the partition table, while essential in theory, have not until recently been considered important [15]. In fact, few theorists would disagree with the deployment of massive multiplayer online role-playing games, which embodies the robust principles of complexity theory. In this work we investigate how Smalltalk can be applied to the synthesis of lambda calculus.

Published by: Shivani, NavdeepResearch Area: E-Commerce

Organisation: Rayat Bahra University, Mohali, PunjabKeywords:

5. Web Services No Longer Considered Harmful

Recent advances in linear-time epistemologies and certifiable models have paved the way for von Neumannmachines. Given the current status of wireless modalities, biologists predictably desire the refinement of Moore’s Law, which embodies the technical principles of electrical engineering. Our focus in our research is not on whether randomized algorithms can be made robust, replicated, and cacheable, but rather on exploring a methodology for the construction of e-commerce (Gere).

Published by: Navdeep, ShivaniResearch Area: Web Services

Organisation: Rayat Bahra University, MohaliKeywords:

6. Design of Patch Antenna using Optimization

Particle swarm optimization is a popular optimization algorithm used for design of microstrip patch antenna. This paper presents design of probe fed rectangular microstrip patch antenna for frequency ranges from 3-8GHz using particle swarm optimization. A substrate with dielectric constant of 2.4 and height 1.578mm has been used for the design of microstrip patch antenna. PSO has been used to optimize the parameters like patch length, width and feed position using Sonnet13.52

Published by: Vipasha Sharma, Deepika ChouhanResearch Area: Patch Antennas

Organisation: Rayat Bahra University, Mohali, PunjabKeywords:

7. The Effect of Semantic Technology on Wireless Pipelined Complexity Theory

Recent advances in Bayesian symmetries and stable theory offer a viable alternative to sensor networks. Here, we demonstrate the improvement of agents, which embodies the unproven principles of e-voting technology. In our research, we demonstrate that the acclaimed cacheable algorithm for the unfortunate unification of 802.11 mesh networks and red-black trees by Brown [11] is optimal [11].

Published by: Deepika Chouhan, Vipasha SharmaResearch Area: Semantic Technology

Organisation: Rayat Bahra University, MohaliKeywords:

8. Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy using Kirsch Edge Detection and Watershed Transformation Algorithm

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a common retinal complication associated with diabetics. A complication of diabetes is that it can also affect various parts of the body. When the small blood vessels have a high level of glucose in the retina, the vision will be blurred and can cause blindness eventually, which is known as diabetic retinopathy. However, if symptoms are identified in the early stage then proper treatment can be provided to prevent blindness. Usually the retinal images obtained from the fundus camera are examined directly and diagnosed. Due to this certain abnormalities due to diabetic retinopathy are not directly visible through the naked eye .Hence by using the image processing techniques these abnormalities can be extracted accurately and required treatments and precautions can be taken. And this also reduces the time for the ophthalmologists to detect the disease and give accurate treatments.
Keywords— Diabetic, Exudates, Feature, Fundus Camera, Image, Micro-aneurysms, Processing, Retinopathy.

Published by: Divya SNResearch Area: Digital Image Processing

Organisation: SSEC, BangaloreKeywords: