Conference on “Emerging Trends in Applied Science, Engineering and Technology”
Organized by MDSG Research Group, Malaysia
Conference on “Emerging Trends in Applied Science, Engineering and Technology”
Organized by MDSG Research Group, Malaysia
I. Azmi, F., Skwarczynski, M., & Toth, I. (2016). Towards the development of synthetic antibiotics: designs inspired by natural antimicrobial peptides. Current Medicinal Chemistry, 23(41): 4610–4624.
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IV. Deterding, S., Dixon, D., Khaled, R., & Nacke, L. (2011). From game design elements to gamefulness: defining gamification. In Proceedings of the 15th international academic MindTrek conference: Envisioning future media environments (pp. 9–15). ACM.
V. Ilhan, E., Sener, B., & Hacihabiboğlu, H. (2016). Creating Awareness of Sleep-Wake Hours by Gamification. In International Conference on Persuasive Technology (pp. 122–133). Springer.
VI. Islahudin, F., Madihah, A., Tamezi, A., & Shah, N. M. (2014). Knowledge, attitudes and practices about antibiotic use among the general public in Malaysia. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 45(6): 1474.
VII. Johnson, D., Deterding, S., Kuhn, K.-A., Staneva, A., Stoyanov, S., & Hides, L. (2016). Gamification for health and wellbeing: A systematic review of the literature. Internet Interventions, 6: 89–106.
VIII. Koo, H. S., & Omar, M. S. (2018). Knowledge and attitude towards antibiotic use and awareness on antibiotic resistance among older people in Malaysia. In The 2nd International Conference On Pharmacy Education And Research Network Of Asean (ASEAN PharmNET 2017).
IX. Lim, K. K., & Teh, C. C. (2012). A cross sectional study of public knowledge and attitude towards antibiotics in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Southern Med Review, 5(2): 26–33.
X. Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission. (2017). Handphone Users Survey. On the WWW, July 2018. URL https://www.skmm.gov.my/skmmgovmy/media/General/pdf/HPUS2017.pdf
XI. Mekler, E. D., Brühlmann, F., Tuch, A. N., & Opwis, K. (2017). Towards understanding the effects of individual gamification elements on intrinsic motivation and performance. Computers in Human Behavior, 71: 525–534.
XII. Mohamed Shah, N., & Abdul Rahim, M. (2017). Parental knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAPs) on the use of antibioticsin children for upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs). International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; 105–110.
XIII. Morschheuser, B., Hamari, J., Werder, K., & Abe, J. (2017). How to gamify? A method for designing gamification. In Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2017. University of Hawai’i at Manoa.
XIV. NHS. (2016). Antibiotics. On the WWW, June 2018. URL http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Antibiotics-penicillins/Pages/Introduction.aspx
XV. Norazah, A. (2014). National Surveillance of Antibiotic Resistance Report (NSAR) Malaysia. Ministry of Health Malaysia.
XVI. Owen, J. E., Jaworski, B. K., Kuhn, E., Makin-Byrd, K. N., Ramsey, K. M., & Hoffman, J. E. (2015). mHealth in the wild: using novel data to examine the reach, use, and impact of PTSD coach. JMIR Mental Health, 2(1).
XVII. Pushpa, B. S., Safii, N. S., Hamzah, S. H., Fauzi, N., Yeo, W. K., Koon, P. B., … Ming, C. L. (2018). Development of NutriSportEx TM-interactive sport nutrition based mobile application software. Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences, 10(1S): 339–351.
XVIII. Russo, M., Bergami, M., & Morandin, G. (2018). Surviving a day without smartphones. MIT Sloan Management Review, 59(2): 7–9.
XIX. Saam, M., Huttner, B., Harbarth, S., & World Health Organization. (2017). Evaluation of antibiotic awareness campaigns. Geneva, Switzerland: WHO Collaborating Centre on Patient Safety.
XX. Sama, P. R., Eapen, Z. J., Weinfurt, K. P., Shah, B. R., & Schulman, K. A. (2014). An evaluation of mobile health application tools. JMIR MHealth and UHealth, 2(2).
XXI. Sugijarto, D. P., Mukhtar, M., Safie, N., & Sulaiman, R. (2018). Developing Context Awareness Mobile Application for Blood Donation. International Journal on Informatics Visualization, 2(3): 118–126.
XXII. Topik, S. A., Mohamed Basri, Z. D., Lee, K. E., & Ab Wahid, M. (2016). A Review of the Occurrence of Antibiotics and Antibiotics Resistance Bacteria. World Applied Sciences Journal: 1762–1769.
XXIII. Tuten, T. L., & Solomon, M. R. (2017). Social media marketing. SAGE.
XXIV. Ventola, C. L. (2014). Mobile devices and apps for health care professionals: uses and benefits. Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 39(5): 356.
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I. A. Afaghi Khatibi, V. Chevali, S. Feih, and A. P. Mouritz, “Probability analysis of the fire structural resistance of aluminium plate,” Fire Saf. J., vol. 83, pp. 15–24, 2016
II. A. M. Cunliffe and P. T. Williams, “Characterisation of products from the recycling of glass fibre reinforced polyester waste by pyrolysis q,” vol. 82, pp. 2223–2230, 2003
III. A. S. Abu-Bakar and K. A. M. Moinuddin, “Effects of Variation in Heating Rate , Sample Mass and Nitrogen Flow on Chemical Kinetics for Pyrolysis,” 18th Australas. Fluid Mech. Conf., no. December, pp. 18–21, 2012
IV. D. Bücheler, A. Kaiser, and F. Henning, “Using Thermogravimetric Analysis to Determine Carbon Fiber Weight Percentage of Fiber-Reinforced Plastics,” Compos. Part B Eng., vol. 106, pp. 218–223, 2016.
V. G. Oliveux, L. O. Dandy, and G. A. Leeke, “Current status of recycling of fibre reinforced polymers: Review of technologies, reuse and resulting properties,” Prog. Mater. Sci., vol. 72, pp. 61–99, 2015
VI. K. Tao, S. Vladimir, and E. Tim, “Effect of the Heating Rate on the Thermochemical Behavior and Biofuel Properties of Sewage Sludge Pyrolysis,” Energy Fuels, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 1564–1570, 2016
VII. L. Ka-Leung, O. O. Adetoyese, C. Kwok-Yuen, L. King-Lung, and H. Chi-Wai, “Modelling pyrolysis with dynamic heating,” Chem. Eng. Sci., vol. 66, no. 24, pp. 6505–6514, 2011
VIII. L. O. Meyer, K. Schulte, and E. Grove-Nielsen, “CFRP-recycling following a pyrolysis route: Process optimization and potentials,” J. Compos. Mater., vol. 43, no. 9, pp. 1121–1132, 2009.
IX. M. Boulanghien, M. R’Mili, G. Bernhart, F. Berthet, and Y. Soudais, “Mechanical Characterization of Carbon Fibres Recycled by Steam Thermolysis: A Statistical Approach,” Adv. Mater. Sci. Eng., vol. 2018, p. 10, 2018
X. M. Holmes, “Global carbon fibre market remains on upward trend,” Reinf. Plast., vol. 58, no. 6, pp. 38–45, 2014
XI. P. Tranchard, F. Samyn, S. Duquesne, B. Estèbe, and S. Bourbigot, “Modelling behaviour of a carbon epoxy composite exposed to fire: Part I-Characterisation of thermophysical properties,” Materials (Basel)., vol. 10, no. 5, 2017
XII. P. Tranchard, S. Duquesne, F. Samyn, B. Estèbe, and S. Bourbigot, “Kinetic analysis of the thermal decomposition of a carbon fibre-reinforced epoxy resin laminate,” J. Anal. Appl. Pyrolysis, vol. 126, no. May, pp. 14–21, 2017.
XIII. S. Feih and A. P. Mouritz, “Tensile properties of carbon fibres and carbon fibre-polymer composites in fire,” Compos. Part A Appl. Sci. Manuf., vol. 43, no. 5, pp. 765–772, 2012.
XIV. S. J. Pickering, “Recycling Technologies For Thermoset Composite Materials,” Adv. Polym. Compos. Struct. Appl. Constr. ACIC 2004, vol. 37, pp. 392–399, 2004
XV. S. Pimenta and S. T. Pinho, “Recycling carbon fibre reinforced polymers for structural applications: Technology review and market outlook,” Waste Manag., vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 378–392, 2011
XVI. V. L. Sergei and D. W. Edward, “Thermal decomposition, combustion and flame‐retardancy of epoxy resins—a review of the recent literature,” Polym. Int., vol. 53, no. 12, pp. 1901–1929, 2004
XVII. X. Huang, “Fabrication and properties of carbon fibers,” Materials (Basel)., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 2369–2403, 2009.
XVIII. Y. Sheng Yin, B. Arezki, S. Yannick, and B. Radu, “Parameter Optimization of the Steam Thermolysis: A Process to Recover Carbon Fibers from Polymer-Matrix Composites,” Waste and Biomass Valorization, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 73–86, 2013
I. Claudio Brunelli, ‘Design of Hardware Accelerators for Embedded Multimedia Applications’, 2009
II. Eduardo Jonathan Martínez Montes, Facultatd’Informàtica de Barcelona (FIB), “Design and implementation of a Multimedia Extension for a RISC Processor”,Master in Innovation and Research in Informatics (MIRI-HPC) ,2 July 2015.
III. GauravMitra, Beau Johnston, Alistair P. Rendell, and Eric McCreath, “Use of SIMD Vector Operations to Accelerate Application Code Performance on Low-Powered ARM and Intel Platforms”, 2013 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing, Workshops and Phd Forum, 10.1109/IPDPSW.2013.207
IV. Mario Garrido, Member, Jesus Grajal and Oscar Gustafsson, “Optimum Circuits for Bit Reversal”, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS PART II: EXPRESS BRIEFS
V. Neil Burgess, “Assessment of Butterfly Network VLSI Shifter Circuit”, 978-1-4244-9721-8/10/ pp 92-96, Asilomar 2010 ©2010 IEEE
VI. Sabyasachi Das and Sunil P. Khatri, “A Timing-Driven Approach to Synthesize Fast Barrel Shifters”, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS—II: EXPRESS BRIEFS, VOL. 55, NO. 1,Pgs. 31-36, JANUARY 2008
VII. SushmaWadar, D S Bormane, S C Patil, AvinashPatil, ‘A Novel Approach to Perform Shift/Rotate and Bit Permutation Operation’, ICNTET, GRT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Tirutanni, Chennai.
VIII. SushmaWadar, D S Bormane, S C Patil, AvinashPatil, ‘A Novel Approach to Perform Shift/Rotate and Bit Permutation Operation’, ICNTET, GRT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Tirutanni, Chennai.
IX. White Paper, ‘Developing Embedded Applications with ARM® CortexTM-M1Processors in Actel IGLOO and Fusion FPGAs’, March 2009
X. Woo-KyeongJeong and Yong-Surk Lee, “A Universal Shifter with Packed Data Formats”, International Journal for Electronics and Communications, (AE¨U) 57 (2003) No. 6, Pgs. 420−422
XI. YedidyaHilewitz, Member, IEEE, and Ruby B. Lee, ‘A New Basis for Shifters in General-Purpose Processors for Existing and Advanced Bit Manipulation’, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS, VOL. 58, NO. 8, AUGUST 2009 pp 1036-1048View | Download
I. Avinash Patil1,DrShailaja Patil2,Dr D S Bormane3,Sushma Wadar4 “Novel Technique of Finding Square of Number to Reduce the Resources Utilized on Reconfigurable Hardware Logic”, 7th -8th Sept 2018 at GRT institute of Technology, Chennai, IEEE conference
II. Avinash Patil1, DrShailaja Patil2,Y V Chavan2 , Sushma Wadar3 “Division operation based on Vedic Mathematics”, 2nd -3rd Dec 2016 at RSCOE JSPMS, IEEE conference
III. Avinash Patil1, Y V Chavan2 , Sushma Wadar3 “Performance analysis of Multiplication operation based on Vedic mathematics” 21st ,22nd Oct 2016, Allahabad, IEEE conference
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VIII. M. Ramalatha, K. Deena Dayalan, P. Dharani, S. Deborah Priya, “High Speed Energy Efficient ALU Design using Vedic Multiplication Techniques”, 978-1-4244-3834-1/09, 2009 IEEE.
IX. PrabirSaha, Arindam Banerjee, Partha Bhattacharyya, AnupDandapat “”High Speed ASIC Design of Complex Multiplier Using Vedic Mathematics” Proceeding of the 2011 IEEE Students’ Technology Symposium 14-16 January, 2011, lITKharagpur
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I. A. Manikandan, V.J. Judith, L.J. Kennedy, and M. Bououdina, “Structural, optical and magnetic properties of Zn1-xCuxFe2O4 nanoparticles prepared by microwave combustion method,” Journal of Molecular Structure 1035, pp. 332–340, 2013.
II. B. Duong, S. Seraphin, P. Laokul, C. Masingboon, and S. Maensiri, “Ni–Cu–Zn ferrite prepared by aloe vera plant extract or egg white,” Microscopy and Microanalysis, 14, pp. 326–327, 2008.
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XI. S. Janpreet, S. Gurinder, K. Aman, S.K. Tripathi, “Effect of gradual ordering of Ge/Sb atoms on chemical bonding: A proposed mechanism for the formation of crystalline Ge2Sb2Te5.” Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 260:124-131, 2018.
XII. S. Roncallo, J. D. Painter, S. A. Ritchie, M. A. Cousins, M. V. Finnis, and K. D. Rogers, “Evaluation of different deposition conditions on thin films deposited by electrostatic spray deposition using a uniformity test,” Thin Solid Films, 518(17), pp. 4821-4827, 2010.
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XVII. Z. Zhang, C. Bao, W. Yao, S. Ma, L. Zhang, and S. Hou, “Influence of deposition temperature on the crystallinity of Al-doped ZnO thin films at glass substrates prepared by RF magnetron sputtering method,” Superlattices and Microstructures, 49(6), pp. 644-653, 2011.
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I. A.A. Minea, “A Review on Electrical Conductivity of Nanoparticle-Enhanced Fluids”, Nanomaterials, 9, 1592, 2019
II. A. Ali, F. Iqbal, K. Marwat, S.D.N. Asghar, M. Awais, “Soret and Dufour effects between two rectangular plane walls with heat source/sink”, Heat Transfer—Asian Res, 49: 614– 625, 2020
III. A. Jamaludin, K. Naganthran, R. Nazar, I. Pop, “Thermal Radiation and MHD Effects in the Mixed Convection Flow of Fe3O4–Water Ferrofluid towards a Nonlinearly Moving Surface”, Processes, 8(1):95, 2020
IV. A. Jedi, N. Razali, W.M.F.W Mahmood, N.A.A, Bakar, “Statistical Criteria of Nanofluid Flows over a Stretching Sheet with the Effects of Magnetic Field and Viscous Dissipation”, Symmetry, 11, 1367, 2019
V. Hashim, A. Hamid, M. Khan, “Heat and mass transport phenomena of nanoparticles on time-dependent flow of Williamson fluid towards heated surface”, Neural Comput & Applic,” 2019
VI. I. Waini, A. Ishak, I. Pop, “MHD flow and heat transfer of a hybrid nanofluid past a permeable stretching/shrinking wedge”, I. Appl. Math. Mech.-Engl. Ed. (2020)
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VIII. M. G. Sobamowo, “Combined Effects of Thermal Radiation and Nanoparticles on Free Convection Flow and Heat Transfer of Casson Fluid over a Vertical Plate”, International Journal of Chemical Engineering, Article ID 7305973, 2018
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