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COVID-19 IN INDIA AND SIR MODEL

Authors:

Asish Mitra,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00001

Abstract:

In the present numerical investigation, the epidemic patterns of Covid-19 in India is studied from a mathematical modeling perspective. The study is based on the simple SIR (Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered) deterministic compartmental model. It is analyzed fully and then calibrated against publicly available epidemiological data from late January until 10 July 2020 for interpreting the transmission dynamics of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in India. The purpose of this study is to give a tentative prediction of the epidemic peak and sizes in our country.

Keywords:

COVID-19,India,SIR Model,Parameter Estimation,Simulation,

Refference:

An Introduction to Mathematical Epidemiology by Maia Martcheva, Springer
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IV. https://data.humdata.org/dataset/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-cases.
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IX. Ward, Alex (24 March 2020). “India’s coronavirus lockdown and its looming crisis, explained” (http s://www.vox.com/2020/3/24/21190868/coronavirus-india-modi-lockdown-kashmir).

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MARKOV PROCESS AND DECISION ANALYSIS

Authors:

R. Sivaraman,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00002

Abstract:

The need of proper medical diagnosis and treatment has been need of the day to deal with various infections caused by viruses and micro-organisms. To prevent the spread of the disease we need proper scientific approach and methods in place. This paper suggests one such method using Markov Process technique, in particular deciding how many patients should be allocated to respective doctors in a hospital.

Keywords:

Markov Process,Markov Decision Process,Transition Probabilities, Transition Matrix, Diagonalization of a matrix,, Equilibrium Distribution ,

Refference:

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III Behavioral Sciences, pages 9242–9250, 2004.

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XIV Y. W. Tan. First passage probability distributions in Markov models and the HIV incubation

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[0,1] TRUNCATED LOMAX –INVERTED GAMMA DISTRIBUTION WITH PROPERTIES

Authors:

Jumana A. Altawil,Saba N. Al-Khafaji,Ahmed HadiHussain,Sameer Annon Abbas,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00003

Abstract:

We proposed  [0,1] truncated Lomax –Inverted Gamma ([0,1] TLIGD) distribution build on [0,1] truncated Lomax ([0,1] TLD) distribution. General expressions for the statistical properties are obtained, also The Shannon entropy , Relative entropy functions and  Stress- Strength model of the ([0,1] TLIGD)  are presented

Keywords:

[0,1] TLIGD,stress strength model, Shannon entropy and Relative entropy functions,

Refference:

I. Abid, Salah , K. Abdulrazak, Russul, “[0, 1] truncated fréchet-gamma and inverted gam-ma distributions”, International Journal of Scientific World , 2017.
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AADHAAR ENABLED ELECTRONIC VOTING MECHANISM

Authors:

Maisagalla Gopal,S. Umamaheshwar,Kommabatla Mahender,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00004

Abstract:

Aadhaar based identification systems are gaining momentum and it isused in several authentication mechanisms. In many democratic countries, the electoral system is still in its juvenile stage and operating in a manual mechanism which consumes huge resources for every voting. In this work, we propose a mechanism which uses Aadhaar based identification to enable a voter to vote. The connection between the voting machine and Aadhaar database is fully secured and encrypted. To avoid intentional hacking, the whole system is computerized and does not require human intervention.

Keywords:

Refference:

I. Ankita R Kasliwal, Jaya S. Gadekar, Manjiri A. Lavadkar, Pallavi K. Thorat and Prapti Deshmukh,“Aadhar Based Election Voting System”IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering, pp.18-21, 2017.
II. K. Dinakaran, P. Aravind Kumar, E. Bagavathi, M. Kathiresh Kumar, R. Madhankumar,“Smart Electronic Voting Machine Using Raspberry Pi”, International Journal of AdvancedResearch in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Vol. No. 8, pp. 829-834, March 2019.
III. Kolluru Venkata Nagendra, Palem Chandrakala, Palicherla Anusha, Dampuru Ramesh,“Implementing Aadhar Voting System in Elections Using Raspberry Pi”, InternationalJournal of Scientific Research and Review, Vol. No.7, pp. 500-507, 2018.
IV. Latha V. and Satheesh Thirumalal, “Aadhar Based Electronic Voting System andProviding Authentication on Internet of Things”, International Journal of Engineering andManufacturing Science, Vol. No. 8, pp.102-108, 2018.
V. Lingamallu Naga Srinivas and K. Srinivasa Rao, “Aadhaar Card Voting System”, Proceedings of International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Data Engineering, Vol. No. 9, pp. 159 -172, December 2018.
VI. N. N Nagamma, M. V. Lakshmaiah and T. Narmada, “Aadhar based Finger print EVMSystem”,International Journal of Electronics Engineering Research,Vol. No. 9, pp. 923-930,2017.
VII. R. Murali Prasad, Polaiah Bojja and Madhu Nakirekanti, “Aadhar based ElectronicVoting Machine using Arduino”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. No.145, pp. 39-42, July 2016.
VIII. Rakesh S. Raj, Reshma, Madhushree and Bhargavi, “An Online Voting System Using Biometric Fingerprint and Aadhaar Card”, International Journal of Computing and Technology, Vol. No. 1, pp.87-92, May 2014.
IX. Sneha S.Lad, Pranav N.Tonape, Rohit S.Bhosale, Jayesh A.Shingole, Vinayak S.Kumar, “E-Voting and Presentee Muster Using Raspberry Pi 2 Modules”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, Vol. No. 4, pp. 475-482, May 2016.
X. Syed Mahmud Hasan, Arafa Mohd Anis, Hamidur Rahman, Jennifer Sherry Alam, Sohel Islam Nabil and Md KhalilurRhaman, “Development of Electronic Voting Machine with the Inclusion of Near Field Communication ID cards and Biometric fingerprint identifier”,17th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, pp. 383-387, 2014.
XI. Tabish Ansari, Brijesh Chaurasia, Niraj Kumar, Nilesh Yadav, SonaliSuryawanshi, “Online Voting System linked with Aadhaar Card”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication and Communication Engineering, Vol. No. 6, pp. 204-207, September 2017.

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ESTIMATION TYPES OF FAILURE FOR THERMO-ELECTRIC UNIT BY USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK (ANN)

Authors:

Asmaa Jamal Awad,Ahmed Abdulrasool Ahmed,Osamah Abdallatif,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00005

Abstract:

Frequent failure in production systems is one of the most important problems facing maintenance planners. In this paper, the methodology for estimating failure in an electrical energy production system has been proposed.Consisting of a number of related sub-systems, respectively, failure of any one causes the rest to stop producing.Operating data were collected and the type of failure identified, which was classified into three types (mechanical failure, electrical failure, and control failure). The software (Matlab) was used in generating and training an artificial neural network (ANN) to estimate the type of failure, through the data collected for each sub-system of the unit under study, use 90% of the data for training, 5% for testing, and 5% for valuation. The target matrix was built and trained, with a mean square error (MSE) its(6.54 E-16), and regression (91%), and adopted to estimate the type of future failure for subsequent years(2019),conformance results were for the subsequent year between (82%-87%) for all the subsystems.

Using the artificial neural network, failure types were estimated for another subsequent year (2020), the failure ratios were for subsystems for every ten days during the year of estimation, were (33%) for the generator, (22%) for the boiler, (31%) for the turbine, and (13%) for the condenser. High percentages, which can be reduced by taking advantage of the proposed methodology that gave an understanding of the type of failure, the time it occurred, and the location of the failure, by building an overlapping preventive maintenance plan whose application is approved in reducing the failuretimes of the unit under study.The proposed methodology can also be applied to all other systems of different production

Keywords:

Matlab software, Generator,Artificial Intelligent (AI),

Refference:

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III. Emilia Sipos, Laura-Nicoleta Ivanciu”Failure Analysis and Prediction Using Neural Networks in the Chip Manufacturing Process “ResearchGate, DOI: 10.1109/ISSE.2017.8000931, May 2017

IV. Erdi Tosun, Ahmet C¸ alık”Failure load prediction of single lap adhesive joints using artificial neural networks”Alexandria Engineering Journal vol. 55, pp1341–1346,2016
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VIII. Mahdi Saghafi , Mohammad B. Ghofrani “Real-time estimation of break sizes during LOCA in nuclear power plants using NARX neural network” Nuclear Engineering and Technology doi.org/10.1016/j.net.2018.11.017
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COPRAS BASED CLUSTERING STRATEGY TOWARD ENERGY-EFFICIENT IOT-CLOUD TRANSMISSION

Authors:

Arpita Biswas,Abhishek Majumdar,K. L. Baishnab,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00006

Abstract:

IoT is a globally accepted smart technology that has the ability to connect each and almost every physical devices through the network. It acts as a bridge between cloud environment and physical environment. It is mainly used to connect the hardware devices like sensors, actuators, storage, hardware, and software to acquire or exchange data. These devices collect the information from the physical world and convert this into useful information that can help in decision making. Since IoT connects everything to the network, so it may face the problem of a large amount of energy loss. In this respect, this paper mainly focuses on reducing the energy loss problem and designing of an energy efficient data transfer scenario between cloud and IoT devices. For this reason, a Complex Proportional Assessment (COPRAS) based clustering approach has been proposed in this work to select the cluster premier effectively and form the set of best clusters for maximizing the network lifetime. The proposed work deals with data transmission model between IoT and cloud that confirms the improvement in energy efficiency, network lifetime, and latency. Furthermore, the sensitivity analysis has also been carried out and satisfactory results has been obtained.

Keywords:

Cloud Computing, Clustering, MCDM, IoT,

Refference:

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II. A. Majumdar, A., Biswas, K. L. Baishnab, S. K. Sood, “DNA Based Cloud Storage Security Framework Using Fuzzy Decision Making Technique”, KSII Transactions on Internet & Information Systems, vol.13, no.7, pp. 3794-3820, 2019.
III. A. Majumdar, N. M. Laskar, A. Biswas, S. K. Sood, K. L. Baishnab, “Energy efficient e-healthcare framework using HWPSO-based clustering approach”, Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, IOS Press, vol. 36, no. 5, pp. 3957-3969, 2019.
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THAILAND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE AND TREND

Authors:

Sakgasem Ramingwong,Jutamat Jintana,Tanyanuparb Anantana,Apichat Sopadang,KorrakotYaibuathet Tippayawong,Salinee Santiteerakul,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00007

Abstract:

Despite the world’s 20th largest economy, Thailand’s innovation ecosystem is questionable, ranked the world’s 43rd in Global Innovation Index 2019 report.  The paper aims at investigating the innovation performance and trend of Thailand based on 7 aspects of innovation inputs and outputs.  Referred to the data dated back to 2011, knowledge and technology outputs, human capital and research, institutions, and creative inputs are considered Thai strengths with progressive improvement.  Market sophistication is strong but there has been no significant improvement.  Business sophistication is considerably weak but there is a sign of improvement.  Infrastructure is the most concerning issue.

Keywords:

Thailand,Global Innovation Index ,innovation performance and trend,

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ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECT ON FREE FLOW OF THE NANOFLUID IN ABSORBER OF CONCENTRATED SOLAR COLLECTOR

Authors:

Dheyaa A. Khalaf,Karima E. Amori,Firas M.Tuaimah,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00008

Abstract:

In this work, the effect of electromagnetic field on natural fluid flow within the absorbent tube in the parabolic solar collector was numerical investigated.Where a solar collector with parabolic reflector was used.

Water was used in the first and the flow was free as the results showed high efficiency of the device. Then a magnetic iron oxide (Fe3O4) nanoparticle was added to make the fluid subject to influence in the electromagnetic field, where three concentrations (0.9%, 0.5%, and 0.3%) were used to study the effect of magnetic flux on each concentration and to make a comparison.

The results showed a slight effect of the electromagnetic field in the case of water use, as the efficiency of the solar collector improved by (8.8%) in the case of using the concentration (0.9%) and an electromagnetic overflow (7970 Gauss).

Keywords:

Magnetic field, ,solar collector,solar collecto,Solar energy,Ferrfluid, Nano Particles,Nanofluid Properties,Nanofluid,

Refference:

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MEDICAL IMAGE SEGMENTATION

Authors:

Shubhajoy Das,Debashis Das,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00009

Abstract:

The main purpose of segmentation is to partition an image based on features into different regions. Unsupervised classification algorithms K means, K-nearest neighbor, neural networks can be used to perform efficient image segmentation. Image segmentation is an important step to perform classification of images. Segmentation algorithms such as watershed segmentation, support vector machines can be used to find the region of interest. A genetic algorithm based image segmentation algorithm, ant colony optimization algorithm is proposed and we compare it with k-means segmentation. We apply some segmentation algorithms in industry standard datasets and view the results of our segmentation algorithms.

Segmentation is a basic task in image processing and can be applied in large number of domains. We emphasize on how a segmentation algorithm can be developed to segment out tum ours from medical magnetic resonance images. We have used the open CV python package for our image processing tasks.

Keywords:

Magnetic Resonance Imaging,K-means algorithm,Genetic Algorithms,Ant Colony Optimization ,Image segmentation,unsupervised classification,support vector machine,Medical Image processing,

Refference:

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IOT BASED INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR PATIENT MONITORING AND TRACKING

Authors:

Ravichander Janapati, Shyam kolati, S.Sanjay,P.Anuradha,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.07.00010

Abstract:

There are serious obstacles in resolving a people’s present position and movement state inside an indoor situation. Position and movement action report of people becomes a business. For particular, it can resort movement accelerometer information to scan how patients are adapted to practices, for example, strolling or standing. Position following data can be for ensuring the preservation of mature consideration cases. The designed system applied for patient’s localization, tracking and investigation services within healthcare institutes through a wireless sensor network based on IoT. The personal monitoring module based on optional sensors which analyzes the movements of the patients is detecting hazardous incidents, and the wireless communication framework to send the data. Two methodologies are contrasted with the usage of the limitation and following motor a unified execution where confinement is executed halfway out of data gathered at the local area and a result where the localization is observed at nodes and the result is given to the central administrator connected through IOT which provides global accesses monitoring to the authorized personnel at anytime and anywhere. It displays strong and poor positions of the both the results from a system viewpoint in calls of localization efficiency, energy performance and traffic capacities. These sensor systems are examined in a specific situation using testing kits. The key outcomes are average localization faults fewer than 2 m in 80% of the experiments and an operation’s analysis efficiency as significant as 90%.

This paper presents patient localization, tracking and information services within healthcare institutes through a WSN based on IoT. Particle Swarm Optimization Adaptive Extended Kalman Filter (PSO-AKF) have been recommended for localization and having a path of victim’s position. A particular observation module based on optional sensors that analyzes the actions of the patients eventually detecting hazardous incidents, and a wireless communication framework to transmit the data remotely.

Keywords:

Localization, E-Health,Particle Swarm Optimization Adaptive Extended Kalman Filter (PSO-AKF), IoT,Wireless Sensor Networks,

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