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Volume-7 Issue-6, January 2018, ISSN: 2231-2307 (Online)
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Authors:

Muhammad Awais Umar, Mujtaba Hussain, Basharat Rehman Ali, Muhammad Numan

Paper Title:

Super (a,1)-Tree-Antimagicness of Sun Graphs

Abstract: Let be a finite simple graph with  vertices and  edges. An  edge-covering of  is a family of subgraphs  such that each edge of  belongs to at least one of the subgraphs, If every subgraph  is isomorphic to a given graph, then the graph  admits an -covering. A graph  admitting H covering is called an-antimagic if there is a bijection  such that for each subgraph of  isomorphic to, the sum of labels of all the edges and vertices belonged to  constitutes an arithmetic progression with the initial term  and the common difference.  For, the graph  is said to be super-antimagic and for  it is called -supermagic. In this paper, we investigate the existence of super-antimagic labeling of Sun graphs, its uniform subdivisiondisjoint union of sun graphs and its uniform subdivision denoted by mSGn and mSGn(r) respectively, where r, m ≥ 1.

Keywords: Sun graph, uniform subdivided Sun graph, su- per (a, 1)-S3-antimagic, super (a, 1)-S3(r)-antimagic, disjoint union of Sun graph mSGn and its uniform subdivision mSGn(r). MR (2010) Subject Classification: 05C78, 05C70.

References:

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  3. Baa, M., Miller, M., Phanalasy, O., Semaniová-Feovíková, A., Super d-antimagic labelings of disconnected plane graphs, Acta Math. Sinica - English Series, 2010, 26(12), 2283–2294.
  4. Baa, M., Lin, Y., Muntaner-Batle, F.A., Rius-Font, M., Strong labelings of linear forests, Acta Math. Sinica - English Series, 2009, 25(12), 1951–1964.
  5. Baa, M., Miller, M., Super edge-antimagic graphs: A wealth of problems and some solutions, Brown Walker Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2008.
  6. Baa, M., Numan, M., Shabbir, A., Labelings of type (1,1,1) for toroidal fullerenes, Turkish Journal of Mathematics, 2013 37, 899–907.
  7. Figueroa-Centeno, R.M., Ichishima, R., Muntaner-Batle, F.A., The place of super edge-magic labelings among other classes of labelings, Discrete Math., 2001, 231, 153–168.
  8. Gutiérrez, A., Lladó, A., Magic coverings, J. Combin. Math. Combin. Comput., 2005, 55, 43–56.
  9. Inayah, N., Salman, A.N.M., Simanjuntak, R., On --antimagic coverings of graphs, J. Combin. Math. Combin. Comput., 2009, 71, 273–281.
  10. Inayah, N., Simanjuntak, R., Salman, A.N.M., Syuhada, K.I.A., On --antimagic total labelings for shackles of a connected graph , Australasian J. Combin., 2013, 57, 127–138.
  11. Jeyanthi, P., Selvagopal, P., More classes of -supermagic graphs, Internat. J. Algor. Comput. Math., 2010, 3, 93–108.
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  13. Lladó, A., Moragas, J., Cycle-magic graphs, Discrete Math., 2007, 307, 2925–2933.
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  15. Maryati, T.K., Baskoro, E.T., Salman, A.N.M., -(super)magic labelings of some trees, J. Combin. Math. Combin. Comput., 2008, 65, 198–204.
  16. Maryati, T.K., Salman, A.N.M., Baskoro, E.T., Supermagic coverings of the disjoint union of graphs and amalgamations, Discrete Math., 2013, 313, 397–405.
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Authors:

Mahmoud Al-Zyood

Paper Title:

The Impact of using GIS on the Selection of ATM Sites and Their Effect on Profitability

Abstract: This paper focuses on the factors that influence the locations of automated teller machines (ATMs) and their impact on profitability using Geographic Information System (GIS). ATM services represent relatively expensive operations for banks, who seek to meet consumer demands with optimum cost efficiency. The increasing availability of computer technologies to study and monitor user behaviors have opened many new areas for banks to streamline their operations, and one novel application is the use of GIS to determine the optimum location of ATMs to meet consumer demand and maintain market competitiveness related to strategic decisions. GIS can help banks to analyze competitors in order to maintain current market share and try to expand in the future for continuity and improve the quality of services provided. This paper undertakes a review of literature related to this topic, concluding that it is important to locate ATMs using the best strategies to achieve bank objectives in the short and long term, and that GIS can greatly assist in this by enabling banks to identify the optimum location for ATMs to meet consumer demand, achieving the strategic aim of maintaining and increasing market share and competition to attract and keep customers and increase profitability. Furthermore, it is recommended that future studies explore the incorporation of social media analytics in banking strategy relative to GIS and the placement of ATMs.

Keywords: ATM, GIS, Profitability, Location

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Authors:

P. Manimegalai, U. S. Ragupathy

Paper Title:

Medical Evaluation of Improved Label Fusion Based Haematoma Segmentation In Traumatic Brain Injury Images

Abstract: Atlas based segmentation is a well-known method of automatically computing the segmentation. When multiple atlases are available, then each atlas can be used to compute a ‘label’, which is an estimation of the ground truth segmentation of a target image. By combining these labels, a more accurate approximation of the ground truth segmentation can be made. In the proposed work, the axial view of brain CT image for target and prelabelled images are taken for haematoma segmentation. The canny edge detection is performed to detect the wide range of edges in the images. The edge detected images are registered by using the rigid transformation method to spatially align one image to fit into another. The atlas images are selected based on the fixed threshold value and all the selected atlases are combined by using Selective and Iterative Method of Performance Level Estimation (SIMPLE) algorithm in label fusion process for the accurate segmentation of haematoma. The label fusion process is performed for a set of 6 labelled images and 10 target images and from the results it is observed that the error is reduced by 3% and similarity coefficient is increased by 16%, which indicates that the proposed method performs better when compared to the existing method.

Keywords: Multi Atlas based segmentation, Registration, Edge Detection, label fusion, Brain Images, SIMPLE

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