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Stuti Asthana, Farha Haneef, Rakesh K Bhujade

Paper Title:

Handwritten Multiscript Numeral Recognition using Artificial Neural Networks

Abstract:   Handwritten Numeral recognition plays a vital role in postal automation services especially in countries like MIndia where multiple languages and scripts are used .Because of intermixing of these languages; it is very difficult to understand the script in which the pin code is written. Objective of this paper is to resolve this problem through Multilayer feed-forward back-propagation algorithm using two hidden layer. This work has been tested on five different popular Indian scripts namely Devnagri, English, Urdu, Tamil and Telugu. Network was trained to learn its behavior by adjusting the connection strengths on every iteration. The resultant of each presented training pattern was calculated to identify the minima on the error surface for each training pattern. Experiments were performed on samples by using two hidden layers and the results revealed that as the number of hidden layers is increased, more accuracy is achieved in large number of epochs.

 Numeral Recognition, Artificial Neural Network, Supervised learning, Back Propagation Algorithm.


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D R . Sanjay Sharma, Pushpinder Singh Patheja, Akhilesh A. Waoo

Paper Title:

Challenges for Mobile Wireless Devices for Next Generation in Pervasive Computing

Abstract:   Network computing and mobile computing are fast becoming a part of everyday life. We expect devices like PDAs, mobile phones, offices PCs and even home entertainment systems to access information and work together in one integrated system and the challenge is to combine these technologies into a seamless whole and on the Internet. The aim of Pervasive Computing is for computing available wherever it's needed. It spreads intelligence and connectivity to more or less everything. So conceptually, ships, aircrafts, cars, bridges, tunnels, machines, refrigerators, door handles, lighting fixtures, shoes, hats, packaging clothing, tools, appliances, homes and even things like our coffee mugs and even the human body and will embedded with chips to connect to an infinite network of other devices and to create an environment where the connectivity of devices is embedded in such a way that it is unobtrusive and always available. Pervasive computing, therefore, refers to the emerging trend toward numerous, easily accessible computing devices connected to an increasingly ubiquitous network infrastructure. What is really different about mobile wireless device? The devices are smaller and bits travel by wireless rather than Ethernet. How can this possibly make any difference? Isn’t a mobile system merely a special case of a distributed system? Are there any new and deep issues to be investigated, or is pervasive computing just the latest fad? This paper is my attempt to answer these questions.

  AMPS, CDMA, GSM, IMT-2000, Pervasive Computing, Ubiquitous Networks.


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Ghanshyam Prasad Dubey, Neetesh Gupta, Rakesh K Bhujade

Paper Title:

A Novel Approach to Intrusion Detection System using Rough Set Theory and Incremental SVM

Abstract:   Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is software and/or hardware designed to detect unwanted attempts at accessing, manipulating, and/or disabling of computer systems, mainly through a network, such as the Internet. These attempts may take the form of attacks, as examples, by crackers, malware and/or disgruntled employees. An IDS cannot directly detect attacks within properly encrypted trafficOn detection of such sign triggers of IDS to report them generate the alerts. These alerts are presented to a human analyst who evaluates them and initiates an adequate response. In Practice, IDSs have been observed to trigger thousands of alerts per day, most of which are mistakenly triggered by begin events such as false positive. This makes it extremely difficult for the analyst to correctly identify alerts related to attack such as a true positive. Recently data mining methods have gained importance in addressing network security issues, including network intrusion detection. Intrusion detection systems aim to identify attacks with a high detection rate and a low false positive. We use RST (Rough Set Theory) and Incremental SVM (Support Vector Machine) to detect intrusions. First, RST is used to preprocess the data and reduce the dimensions. Next, the features were selected by RST will be sent to SVM model to learn and test respectively. The method is effective to decrease the space density of data. Using this method, it can overcome the shortages of SVM time-consuming of training and massive dataset storage. The simulation experiments with KDD Cup 1999 data demonstrate that our proposed method achieves the increasing performance for intrusion detection.

  Intrusion Detection, Support Vector Machine, Rough Set Theory, Data Mining


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6.        B. Morin, M. Ludovic, H. Debar, M. Ducass, A logic-based model to support alert corre lation in intrusion detection. Information Fusion,2009. 10(4): 285-299

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Simmy Hirkaney, Sandip Nemade, Vikash Gupta

Paper Title:

Power Efficient Design Of Counter On .12 Micron Technology

Abstract:   As chip manufacturing technology is suddenly on the threshold of major evaluation, which shrinks chip in size and performance is implemented in layout level which develops thelow power consumption chip, using recent CMOS, micron layout tools. This paper compares 2 architectures in terms of the hardware implementation, power consumption and CMOS layout usingMicrowind CMOS layout tool. Thus it provides solution to a low power architecture implementation of Counter in CMOS VLSI. The Microwind program allows the designer to design andsimulate an integrated circuit at physical description level.

  microwind, micron Technology, layout,asynchronous counter.


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Badri Patel, Vijay K Chaudhari, Rajneesh K Karan, YK Rana

Paper Title:

Optimization of Association Rule Mining Apriori Algorithm Using ACO

Abstract:   Association rule mining is an important topic in data mining field. In a given large database of customer transactions. Each transaction consists of items purchased by a customer in a visit. Apriori algorithm that generates all significant association rules between items in the database. On the basis of the association rule mining and Apriori algorithm, this paper proposes an improved algorithm based on the Ant Colony Optimization algorithm. We can optimize the result generated by Apriori algorithm using Ant colony optimization algorithm. The algorithm improved result produces by Apriori algorithm. Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) is a metaheuristic inspired by the foraging behavior of ant colonies. ACO was introduced by Dorigo and has evolved significantly in the last few years.

  Association rule mining, Apriori algorithm, Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) algorithm, data mining


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Gurpreet Singh Chhabra, Dipesh Sharma

Paper Title:

Cluster-Tree based Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Network

Abstract:   WSN consisting of a large number of small sensors with low-power transceivers can be an effective tool for gathering data in a variety of environments. As sensor nodes are deployed in sensing field, they can help people to monitor and aggregate data. Researchers also try to find more efficient ways of utilizing limited energy of sensor node in order to give longer life time of WSNs. Network lifetime, scalability, and load balancing are important requirements for many data gathering sensor network applications. Therefore, many protocols are introduced for better performance. In the available literature, multi-hop routingprotocol is well known for power saving in data gathering [5]. Researchers have used such types of the cluster-based (e.g., LEACH, EERP), the chain-based (e.g. PEGASIS) and the tree-based (e.g. TREEPSI) to establish their energy-efficient routing protocols. In this paper, we propose an improved version which uses both cluster and tree based protocols. The proposed protocol improves the power consumption by improving FND.

  Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), First Node Death (FND), Energy efficient, Multi-hop routing protocol.


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3.        K. Sohrabi, J. Gao, V. Ailawadhi, and G. Pottie., ―Protocols for selforganization of a wireless sensor network,‖ IEEE Personal Communications, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 16-27, October 2000.

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6.        S. Lindsey, C. Raghavendra and K. M. Sivalingam, ―Data Gathering Algorithms in Sensor Networks Using Energy Metrics,‖ IEEE Transactions On Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol . 13, No. 9, September 2002.PEGASIS

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 Tejpal Singh, Vinod Kumar, Khushboo Saxena, Akanksha Saxena 

Paper Title:

Evaluation of Security Conditions of Protocols for Data Routing in Wireless Sensors Networks

Abstract:   A wireless sensor networks have recently emerged as successful technologies in a number of application domains. WSN design is influenced by many factors such as transmission errors, network topology and power consumption. Security in wireless sensor network is a challenging task; the need to build security services into them remains however a considerable challenge as the hardware used often shows serious processing and energy limitations. This work evaluates the impact of a security conditions and robustness criteria of routing protocols for WSN. Some of ITS features are not found in existing WSN simulation systems. It will provide the opportunity to implement and evaluate routing algorithms are designed to be that secure but for which there are in the experimental studies on the robustness and real impact of designed security mechanisms. This evaluation will focus primarily on examining the effectiveness of the provided security mechanisms. Additionally, it will also assess the impact of these mechanisms in relation to energy consumption, reliability, latency and resistance of the protocol, regarding the coverage and the scale of the network. 

security system, wireless sensor network, routing algorithms, attacks 


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3. Security Issues in Wireless Sensor Networks Zoran S. Bojkovic, Bojan M. Bakmaz, and Miodrag R. Bakmaz, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS Issue 1, Volume 2, 2008
4. Mark Luk, Adrian Perrig, Ghita Mezzour, and Virgil Gligor. MiniSec: a secure sensor network communication architecture. pages 479–488, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 2007. ACM.
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6. M. Blum, Tian He, Sang Son, and John A Stankovic. IGF: a State-Free robust communication protocol for wireless sensor networks.
7. IEEE Standard for Information Technology - Telecommunications and information exchange between systems - Local and metropolitan area networks - specific requirement Part 15.4: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications, 2007.
8. Jing Deng, Richard Han, and Shivakant Mishra. Insens: Intrusion-tolerant routing for wireless sensor networks. Comput. Commun., [292:216–230, 2006.
9. Fei Hu and Neeraj K. Sharma. Security considerations in ad hoc sensor networks. Ad Hoc Networks, 3(1):69–89, January 2005.
10. Kemal Akkaya and Mohamed Younis. A survey on routing protocols for wireless sensor networks. Ad Hoc Networks, 3(3):325–349, May 2005.
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12. Anthony D. Wood, Lei Fang, John A. Stankovic, and Tian He. SIGF: a family of configurable, secure routing protocols for wireless sensor networks. pages 35–48, Alexandria, Virginia, USA, 2006. ACM.
13. Bryan Parno, Mark Luk, Evan Gaustad, and Adrian Perrig. Secure sensor network routing: a clean-slate approach. In CoNEXT ’06: Proceedings of the 2006 ACM CoNEXT conference, pages 1–13, New York, NY, USA, 2006. ACM.
14. B. Parno, A. Perrig, and V. Gligor. Distributed detection of node replication attacks in sensor networks. pages 49–63, 2005.
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Wasim Khan, Shiv Kumar, Neetesh Gupta, Nilofar Khan 

Paper Title:

Signature Based Approach For Image Retrieval Using Color Histogram And Wavelet Transform

Abstract:   In  this  article,  a  method  is  proposed  for  image mining based on analysis of color and texture properties of an image. Color and texture are the primitive image descriptors in content  based  image  retrieval  systems.  We  first  resize  all  the database  images  to  obtained  similar  space.    For  color  based Image  Retrieval,  HSV  color  model  is  used  to  obtain  color histogram  of  image  and  for  texture  extraction  Haar  wavelet transform is used. Then the proposed method evaluates different number of signatures   for HSV and wavelet coefficients. Similar process  is  applied  on  the  submitted  query  image.  Finally Euclidian distance between query image and database images is calculated and the images  having  minimum  distances  are extracted from the database as results. 

  Color  histogram,  Content-based  image  retrieval, Euclidian distance, Haar wavelet transform.  HSV model


1.        Color Texture Moments For Content  Based Image Retrieval, Hui    Yu, Mingjing Li, Hong-Jiang Zhang, Jufu  Feng1. 
2.        Entropy-Based Indexing On Color And Texture In Image Retrieval  Anirban Das.

3.        A survey of methods for colour image    indexing and retrieval in image database.Raimondo Schettini , Gianluigi ciocca, Silvia Zuffi.

4.        Texture Based Image Indexing and Retrieval . N Ganeshwara rao, Dr. V vijaya Kumar, V Venkata Krishna.

5.        Histogram Re nement for Content-Based Image Retrieval, Greg Pass Ramin Zabih

6.        Entropy-Based Indexing On Color And Texture In Image Retrieval, Anirban Das.

7.        Spiral Bit-string Representation of Color for Image Retrieval. Abdel hamid Abdesselam1, Hui Hui Wang2, and arayanan Kulathuramaiyer.
8.        Content Based Image Retrieval Techniques  ,  Shikha Nirmal, Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference; INDIA Co m-2009 Computing For Nation Development, February26 –  27, 2009 Bharti Vidhyapeet ’s  Institute  o f Computer  Applications  and management,  New  Delhi
9.        Texture Based Image Indexing and Retrieval,    Dr. V Vijaya Kumar N  Gnaneswara Rao,  V Venkata Krishna   IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, VOL.9 No.5, May 2009.






Deepshikha Patel, Monika Bhatnagar

Paper Title:

Mobile SMS Classification An Application of Text Classification

Abstract:   Text Classification is the process of classifying documents into predefined classes based on its content. Text classification is important in many web applications like document indexing, document organization, spam filtering etc. In this paper we analyze the concept of a new classification model which will classify Mobile SMS into predefined classes such as jokes, shayri, festival etc. All sms are converted into text documents. After preprocessing vector space model is prepared  d weight is assigned to each term. In the proposed model we have used entropy term weighting scheme and then PCA is used for reparameterization. Artificial Neural Network is used for classification.

  Text Classification, Short messaging service (sms), feature selection, Principal Component Analysis, Neural Network.


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Paper Title:

A Novel Approach to Enhance Robustness in Steganography Using Multiple Watermark Embedding Algorithm

Abstract:   This paper deals with an enhanced technique that improves robustness in steganography. A multiple watermark embedding algorithm has been proposed to embed multiple text messages as watermarks simultaneously in the same watermark space while minimizing the watermark (distortion) energy. The watermark is embedded in the DCT coefficients of the green channel of the color image. The algorithm takes into account the perceptual capacity of each coefficient inside the DCT blocks before embedding the watermark information. Therefore, the first 16 low frequency coefficients (excluding the DC value) in the 8×8 DCT block was screened and the eight coefficients with the maximum magnitudes were selected for embedding. The algorithm used is blind and does not require the original image for extracting the watermark. The watermarking method is robust against JPEG compression, additive noise, cropping, scaling, low-pass and median filtering.

  Steganography, DCT, MWE, pseudo random bit sequence, pseudo random positive real numbers, zero –mean Gaussian with variance.


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Kavita Deshmukh, Deepshikha Patel, Nitesh Gupta, Shiv Kumar

Paper Title:

Efficient Coding Mechanism for Low Power Consumption in Wireless Programmable Devices

Abstract:   Due to the continuous advancement in technologyembedded devices are playing important role in everyone’s day to day life. Everyone is moving towards wireless embeddedsystems, but there is important concern about power consumption in such devices. While designing a lot of care has to be taken especially in power optimization because there is no regular power supply in this kind of devices. Power optimization can be done either by changes in hardware components or changes in software programs developed for various applications. Changes in hardware, is vendor dependent and only software level changes can be done after the manufacturing of the device. This paper represents software level methods for optimizing the power in ireless embedded devices. Previously loop optimization methods where used and tested to reduce the power consumption by some degree, similarly loop unrolling and loop alignment were also used in the application to improve the performance in terms of power. In this paper we are combining some software level methods like nested switches, no of parameters , no of local variables , size of constructor, data type etc. with the loop unrolling. Our coding methodology will improve the program for consumption of the power while executing various instructions under the embedded systems.

  embedded systems, power optimization, software level methods, loop optimization, coding mechanism.


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