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Volume-6 Issue-11, July 2017, ISSN:  2278-3075 (Online)
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Umer Farooq, Sachin Talan, Ajay Kumar

Paper Title:

Maximizing SNR in A CDMA System

Abstract: Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is an important index for wireless communications. There are many methods for increasing SNR. In CDMA systems, spreading sequences are used. To increase SNR, we have to improve spreading sequences. In classical approaches, the expression of SNR is not differentiable in terms of the parameter of the spreading sequences even in no fading situations. Thus, we express it as the differentiable form and construct the non-linear programing for maximizing SNR. In particular, we solve the problem of maximizing SNR numerically by obtaining spreading sequences whose SNR is guaranteed to be high. Also we use MATLAB programming for the same.

MATLAB, Noise Ratio (SNR), CDMA, differentiable.


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Taranath N.L., Shanthakumar B. Patil, Premajyothi Patil, C. K. Subbaraya

Paper Title:

Knowledge Based MDSS using Data Mining

Abstract:  Medical Decision Support System (MDSS) links the patient information to promising diagnostic and treatment paths. It can be built either as Knowledge-based system or Learning-based system. Knowledge-based systems are human-engineered maps from best medical practices and patient data will be recommended. Learning-based systems derive the mapping techniques from data mining, statistical approaches and machine learning techniques. An Integrated decision support system integrates both Knowledge-based and Learning-based systems to provide a robust solution to the information challenge in the presence of partial information. In this work, we design a framework and concrete implementation of Integrated Medical Decision Support System to assist the Doctors in clinical decisions regarding the prescription of drugs.  It uses the Knowledge base for prescribing the drugs to the patients, however if the available data is partial it employs the machine learning techniques to answer the query. It is suitable for many different healthcare settings and many different users. The framework is query-based and it can be adapted for use with many different end-user interfaces.

 Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Learning based Systems, Knowledge based Systems.


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A. Albert Martin Ruban, R. Anandaraj, K. Selvakumar, N. Kannan

Paper Title:

Integrated Renewable Energy Sources with EMS using Fuzzy Control and WSN for Smart Grid Applications

Abstract: This paper deals with the integrated renewable energy sources with EMS using fuzzy control for smart grid applications. This paper comprised of power supply which obtains its power from the green energy resources, which includes solar, wind, and fuel cell.  The modeling of the above mentioned generating system and storage device was simulated by using MATLAB/ Simulink.  The RS 485 ZigBee network, a communication protocol employed to monitor and command the EMS.  The fuzzy employed to manage the battery.

 EMS, Fuzzy control, Smart grid, Solar, Wind, Fuel cell, Zigbee, Renewable Energy.


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B. Jaya Lakshmi, R. Ramana Reddy

Paper Title:

Implementation of Low Power and High Performance Adder Circuits

Abstract: Adders plays a crucial role for implementing the arithmetic operations in analog and digital circuits. These adders are widely used in arithmetic systems, DSP systems, etc. The proposed dual mode square adder is designed for low power and high performance. Different techniques like dual mode logic (DML) and dual mode addition (DMADD) are reported in open literature to consume low power and high speed. In this paper dual mode square adder which is a combination of DML and DMADD is implemented using static energy recovery full (SERF) adder. The performance of adder circuitsare compared with ripple carry adder using NAND gates. The Power dissipation of RCA using SERF adder is reduced by 42.62% compared to RCA using NAND gates and speed is increased by 82.3% using SERF Adder in dual mode square adder to RCA using NAND gates. Adders are implemented in mentor graphics tools in 130 nm technology.

  DML, DMADD, SERF Adder, Ripple carry adder, dual mode square adder.


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Lalita Gupta, R K Baghel

Paper Title:

Development of Probe Type Moisture Meter for Quick Measurement of Grain Moisture in Sacks

Abstract:  In this paper, a method for measuring the moisture content of grain has been presented based on single chip microcomputer and capacitive sensor. The working principle of measuring moisture content is introduced and a concentric cylinder type of capacitive sensor is designed, the signal processing circuits of system are described in details. System is tested in practice and discussions are made on the various factors affecting the capacitive measuring of grain moisture based on the practical experiments, experiment results showed that the system has high measuring accuracy and good controlling capacity.

Dielectric properties, moisture content, capacitive sensor, signal conditioning.


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