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E. Baloui Jamkhaneh

Paper Title:

System Reliability using Generalized Intuitionistic Fuzzy Exponential Lifetime Distribution

Abstract:  The aim of this paper is investigates the reliability characteristics of systems using generalized intuitionistic fuzzy exponential lifetime distribution, in which the lifetime parameter is assumed to be generalized intuitionistic fuzzy number. Generalized intuitionistic fuzzy reliability, generalized intuitionistic fuzzy hazard function, generalized intuitionistic fuzzy mean time to failure and their (α_1,α_2)-cut have been discussed when systems follow generalized intuitionistic fuzzy exponential lifetime distribution. Further, reliability analysis of the series and parallel systems has been done.

generalized intuitionistic fuzzy number (GIFN), (α_1,α_2)-cut, generalized intuitionistic fuzzy distribution, generalized intuitionistic fuzzy reliability.

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16.    M. Kumar, S.P. Yadav,  “Analyzing fuzzy system reliability using arithmetic operations on different types of  intuitionistic fuzzy numbers”,  In: Deep K., Nagar A., Pant M., Bansal J. (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Soft Computing for Problem Solving (SocProS 2011) December 20-22, 2011, Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, vol 130, Springer, India.

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19.    H. Garg, M. Rani, “An approach for reliability analysis of industrial systems using PSO and IFS technique”, ISA Transactions, 52(6), 2013, pp. 701-710. DOI:10.1016/j.isatra.2013.06.010.

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22.    P. Kumar, S.B. Singh, “Fuzzy system reliability using generalized trapezoidal intuitionistic fuzzy number with some arithmetic operations”, Nonlinear Studies, 24(1), 2017, pp. 139-157.

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Jyoti Kumawat, Mukesh Kumar Yadav

Paper Title:

Synthesis of Effect of Self Heating Effect on Electrical Characteristics in SOI MOSFET

Abstract: This article describes the use of silvaco TCAD tools to develop SOI MOSFET technology and device simulation results. The purpose of this simulation is to investigate the effect of self heating effect on the electrical properties of the device. The results show that the impact of self heating phenomenon on the Id-Vd curve. The device was manufactured using ATHENA software, and the simulation was done with the help of ATLAS software. All charts were made using Silvaco. We briefly introduce SOI MOSFETs Transistors and problems at high temperatures Self-heating effect, and then we present the simulation results get related using the SILVACO TCAD tool SOI n-MOSFET structure. We will also show some of the simulation results we have obtained The effect of temperature changes on our structure directly affect its drain current.

SOI technology, SOI MOSFET, Self-heating effects, Silvaco Software, Silicon-On-Insulator, MOSFET, Silvaco, ATHENA, ATLAS.


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P. Julia Grace, S. Sumathy

Paper Title:

Hardware Based Offline Licensing System

Abstract:  Software licensing allows to get paid for each copy of the software. This paper is about licensing the software for any application. Normally software can be copied by one (or) more users without the knowledge of the owner. In order to avoid the situation, this work is proposed. To make Gas Booking work easy, the application is designed using ASP.NET and SQL SERVER 2005.

 offline Licensing system, MAC address, Gas agency.

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Grace Wangari Karanja, Abednego Gwaya, Wanyona Githae

Paper Title:

A Framework for Construction Supply Chain Management in Kenya: A Case for Targeted Construction Completion Time

Abstract:   The Kenyan Construction industry is crucial for the growth of the country’s economy. According to S.D Khutale et al. 2013 output from the Kenyan construction industry is a major and integral part of the nations GDP. The Kenyan National Bureau of statistics (2014) recorded the Gross domestic Product (GDP) for years 2010, 2011 and 2012 was 4.5%, 4.3% and 4.8% respectively. The construction industry is increasingly becoming competitive hence focus is increasingly being on improving performance. Based on these observations and government reports, kimondo et al.(2015) proposed construction supply chain management as a solution to the perennial problem of failure to meet target completion time on construction projects. A survey approach covering 140 randomly selected construction sites whose companies were duly registered by NCA in Nairobi was used. The findings revealed a positive and significant relationship between CSC practices, CSC characteristics, CSC outcomes, CSCM frameworks and targeted project completion time. Based on the findings, the study concluded that construction supply chain management influences the performance of targeted project completion time for construction firms within Nairobi County. The study developed a framework and recommended that construction firms work by adopting the framework to improve on their attributes; and ensure that their outcomes are successful hence meeting the construction project targeted time. Finally, the study recommended that similar studies should be conducted in other Counties for comparison purposes.

Construction supply chain, Construction Supply chain Management, Construction Project, Targeted ompletion time.        


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Emin Borandag, Fatih Yucalar

Paper Title:

Audio News Reading System for Visually Handicapped People

Abstract: Visually handicapped people need to access news sites in an easy way in order to benefit from the working conditions and social rights in their daily lives. Today, there are a variety of software developed abroad with different features for the use of visually handicapped people living in our country. In this study, a software named “Audio News” converting text to speech was developed for visually handicapped people by using possibilities of mobile technology. This software will allow them to listen news on national news sites by entering them with a convenient, easy and fast interface. This software enable visually handicapped people to access information on the news portals. In addition, the usability of information technologies for visually handicapped people was questioned and some suggestions are made for the software developed along with national and international studies in the literature.

 Audio, Software Developed, Handicapped People


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3.       Code Factory Mobile Geo and Mobile Speak (2014). Available: http://www.codefactory.es. 2014.

4.       Freedom Scientific JAWS Available: http://www.freedomscientific.com. 2014.

5.       Handy Tech Talks&Zooms and TextScout Available: https://www.handytech.de. 2014.

6.       NV Access NVDA Available: http://www.nvaccess.org. , 2014.

7.       Microsoft Voice Command. “Microsoft Gives Mobile Devices a New Voice” (2003). Available: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/press/2003/nov03/11
03voicecommandlaunch2003pr.aspx, 2014.

8.       Cyberon Corporation Voice Commander Available: http://www.cyberon.com.tw/english. 2014.

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Muhammad A. R Yass, Mohammed Wajeeh Ameen

Paper Title:

Pitch Mode Control System Design of Guided Missile

Abstract:  In this paper, the analysis of non-homogenous longitudinal equation of motion for transport Airplane in pitch mode to estimate and calculate the performance of the dynamic motion and Transfer function in pitch mode. The pitch feedback control system diagram with actuator Design to calculate the behavior using time response method for different gain values (K) and Different Gyro sensitivity values (GR) to obtain the best stability, peak value and time response. The results shows that the best stability and control behavior achieved when K=1.41 and GR= 1.19.

control system, stability, aerodynamic


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Ebenezer Komla Gavua, Seth Okyere-Dankwa, Gignarta Kasaye Soka

Paper Title:

Big Data Sentiment Analysis based on PLSA and its Application

Abstract: Posting reviews online has become an increasingly popular way for people to express opinions and sentiments toward products bought or services received. Analyzing the large volume of online reviews available would produce useful actionable knowledge that could be of economic value to vendors and other interested parties. This study conducted a case study in the movie domain, and tackles the problem of mining reviews for predicting product sales performance. Based on an analysis of the complex nature of sentiments, this paper studies Sentiment PLSA (S-PLSA), in which a blog entry is viewed as a document generated by a number of hidden sentiment factors. Training an S-PLSA model on the blog data enables us to obtain a succinct summary of the sentiment information embedded in the blogs. The study then presents SAAR, a sentiment-aware autoregressive model, to utilize the sentiment information captured by S-PLSA for predicting product sales performance. Extensive experiments were conducted on a movie data set. In this study SAAR is compared with alternative models that do not take sentiment information into account; as well as a model with different feature selection methods. Experiments confirm the effectiveness and superiority of the approach studied. 

 Blog mining, Hadoop, MapReduce.


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 Maha Abdul Ameer Kadhum

Paper Title:

Application of the Guided Method to study the Characteristics of the Frequency Modulation Circuits

Abstract: This paper provides to implementation many of the experiences that uses in the communication library by using (Multisum.version 11) program. The electronic component circuit connection easily although the complexity in electronic component also useful from simulation in program to absolved the results in exact and speedy time instructional program was designed and simulated according system so that students have a knowledge base in the field of evaluation of the modulation .The instructional program takes of individualized difference because it does not require the learner to go along the sequence of units .He can by bass many of these units according to this needs speed and ability to learn.

Keywords: communication, frequency, information, instruction, modulation.

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