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Design and Implementation of Security Based ATM theft Monitoring system
Sivakumar T., Gajjala Askok, K. Sai Venuprathap

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The Idea of Designing and Implementation of Security Based ATM theft project is born with the observation in our real life incidents happening around us.
This project deals with prevention of ATM theft from robbary.so overcome the drawback found in existing technology in our society. When ever robbery occurs, Vibration sensor is used here which senses vibration produced from ATM machine. This system uses ARM controller based embedded system to process real time data collected using the vibration sensor. Once the vibration is sensed the beep sound will occur from the buzzer. DC Motor is used for closing the door of ATM. Stepper motor is used to leak the gas inside the ATM to bring the thief into unconscious stage. Camera is always in processing and sending video continuous to the PC and it will be saved in computer. RTC used to capture the robber occur time and send the robbery occur time with the message to the nearby police station and corresponding bank through the GSM. Hear LCD display board using showing the output of the message continuously. This will prevent the robbery and the person involving in robbery can be easily caught. Here, Keil tools are used to implement the idea and results are obtained. keil tools is used for run the DC motor and stepper motor for automatic door lock and also leak the gas inside the ATM.
Keywords: ARM controller-LPC2129, Vibration Sensor, GSM Technique, DC Motor, Stepper motor, Buzzer, LCD Display, Keil Tool
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Sivakumar T., Gajjala Askok, k. Sai Venuprathap - Design and Implementation of Security Based ATM theft Monitoring system - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
01-07
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Customized Monitoring and Assessment of Circuit Breaker Operations in Different Applications
S. V. Saravanan, Dr. C. Sharmeela, Dr. Chandan Majumdar

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This paper addresses two important issues: a) how improved CB monitoring may be implemented in real-time, and b) what would be the benefits of such an implementation. The paper is devoted to description of a prototype implementation of a real-time CB monitoring system. The system consists of a new CB monitoring data acquisition IED that is located at circuit breaker and captures detailed information about its operation in real-time. The CB files are transferred to the concentrator PC where the application software performs automated analysis and makes an assessment about the operational status of the breaker. The software is based on signal processing and expert system processing. Application example using actual field data is discussed.
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S. V. Saravanan, Dr. C. Sharmeela, Dr. Chandan Majumdar - Customized Monitoring and Assessment of Circuit Breaker Operations in Different Applications - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
08-12
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Container-Beating Approaches for Avoiding Discriminative Cramming Assaults
P. Obulamma, P. Venkata Ramanaiah, P. Sreenivasulu

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Modern society is heavily dependent on wireless networks for providing voice and data communications. Wireless data broadcast has recently emerged as an attractive way to disseminate data to a large number of clients. Typically, jamming has been addressed under an external threat model. In this work, we address theproblem of selective jamming attacks in wireless networks. In these attacks, the adversary is active only for a short period of time, selectively targeting messages of high importance. Jammingis broken down into layers and this paper focuses on jamming at the Transport/Network layer.Our method differs from classicfrequency hopping in that no two nodes share the same hop- ping sequence, thus mitigating the impact of node compromise. To mitigate jamming attacks, we develop three schemes that preventreal-time packet classification by combining cryptographic primitives with physical-layer attributes.
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P. Obulamma, P. Venkata Ramanaiah, P. Sreenivasulu - Container-Beating Approaches for Avoiding Discriminative Cramming Assaults - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
13-16
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Computer Assisted and Contour Detectioin in Medical Imaging Using Fuzzy Logic
Hmadri nath moulick, Joyjit Patra ,Arun kanti Manna

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Soft computing (e.g. fuzzy logic, neural network, genetic algorithms) has proved to yield promising results in digital image processing and understanding when missing, ambiguous or distorted data is available [2][3]. For biomedical image analysis,archiving and retrieval, the great structural information may he successfully approached by using methods of soft computing.Moreover,symbolic calculus(e.g.predicate logic, semantic nets, frames, scripts) may he used for knowledge representation,thus merging the expert's domain into a decision support system.This paper describes the use of fuzzy logic and semantic knowledge for edge detection and segmentation of magnetic resonance (MR) images of brain.Promising results show the superiority of this knowledge-based approach over hest traditional techniques in terms of segmentation errors. The proposed methodology can he successfully used for model-driven in the domain of MRI.
The information in medical imaging is structured on multiple layers: semantic and numerical.Several algorithms for shape and color detection which can be used for numerical analysis are presented in this paper.Semantic information can be extracted from numerical information using fuzzyfication. For a correct image interpretation and a diagnosis formulation several of the objects features (shape,color,orientation and spatial relations between different objects)are required. Based on these algorithms and features, this paper proposes a system that can mimic the thinking of a human medic.The system consists of a fuzzyfication engine that converts the numerical data into linguistic data.A medical knowledge database is implemented and a fuzzy inference engine is used.The medical image will be analyzed by numerical algorithms for any signs of disorder. In addition a search feature will be implemented for searching in medical databases for similar cases to confirm or infirm the diagnosis if one is discovered.
Keywords: medical imaging,artificial vision, smoothing,registration,segmentation
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Hmadri nath moulick, Joyjit Patra ,Arun kanti Manna - Computer Assisted and Contour Detectioin in Medical Imaging Using Fuzzy Logic - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
17-25
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Speaker Recognition Using Vocal Tract Features
Prasanth P. S.

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Speaker recognition refers to the process of automatically determining or verifying the identity of a person based on his/her voice. A method of robust feature estimation of vocal tract features from the speech utterances leads to speaker classification. This paper deals with estimation of pitch and Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficient (MFCC) and how those features can be used for speaker recognition. The Support Vector Machine (SVM) is well suited for binary speaker classication
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Prasanth P. S. - Speaker Recognition Using Vocal Tract Features - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
26-30
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Wavelength Conversion of a Laser Beam Using a Continuous- Wave Optical Parametric Oscillator
Kireet Semwal, S. C. Bhatt

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The nonlinear optical processes are among the most fascinating effects that can be produced in lasers. These processes are almost magical, as they permit light of one colour (wavelength) to be converted into the light of a different colour. Nonlinear optics is a study that deals mainly with various new optical effects and novel phenomena arising from the interactions of intense coherent optical radiation with matter. Second harmonic generation is a nonlinear optical process, which is the most useful and well-developed technique for frequency conversion of laser beam. Optical parametric oscillation is one type of second harmonic process. In the process of optical parametric oscillation the intense input laser beam at frequency p (pump frequency) is passes through a nonlinear material having nonzero value of (2)  , generates the desired frequencies s (signal frequency) and the frequency i (idler frequency). The amplification is enhanced by placing the optical harmonic (nonlinear) crystal within an optical cavity in which the mirrors are specifically made reflective at either one of these two frequencies, or for both. Here we have converted Nd:YAG laser at wavelength 1064 nm to 1525 nm, using optical parametric oscillation.
Keywords:Optical parametric oscillation (OPO), Second harmonic generation, Nonlinear optics, Phase matching.
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Kireet Semwal, S. C. Bhatt, - Wavelength Conversion of a Laser Beam Using a Continuous- Wave Optical Parametric Oscillator - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
31-42
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The Influence of Farmer Characteristic and Farming to the Farmer Motivation on Using Organic Manure (Case Study in East Tombatu District, South-East Minahasa Regency)
Jocelien Makalew, Zaenal Kusuma, Sugiyanto, Zetly Tamod

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This research intended to investigate the farmer characteristic (sex, education level, number of family member) and farming *area number, farming experience, the distance with manure source, contact with instructor) to the farmer adoption through farmer motivation in using organic manure. This research was carried out by the method of survey in East Tombatu District, South East Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi Province. Sample of farmer was selected by using purposive sampling. Determination of sample village was based on the program implementation of SL-PTT (Field School of Integrated Cropping Management) so it was obtained 5 (five) sample villages such as the villages of Molompar Dua, Esandom, Esandom Satu, Mundung, and Mundung Satu. Results showed as follow: 1) the farming characteristic such as age, education level, and number of family member, and farming characteristic such as area number, farming experience, the distance to manure source, and contact with the instructor which influenced to farmer motivation in using organic manure; 2) farming characteristic such as area number, the distance with manure source and farmer motivation influenced the level of innivation adoption; 3) variable of farmer motivation was functioned as the mediation intervening variable between farmer characteristic (age, education level, and number of family member) and farming characteristic (area number, farming experience, the distance with manure source, and contact with the instructor) to the influence on farmer adoption in using organic manure.
Keywords:farmer characteristic, farming characteristic, farmer adoption, organic manure
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Jocelien Makalew, Zaenal Kusuma, Sugiyanto, Zetly Tamod, - The Influence of Farmer Characteristic and Farming to the Farmer Motivation on Using Organic Manure (Case Study in East Tombatu District, South-East Minahasa Regency) - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
43-51
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The Need for Eearthquake Resiatant Structures in Nigeria
Aondowase John Shiwua

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Nigeria has experienced pockets of tremors of magnitudes ranging from 4.3 to 4.5 even though it is not situated where major seismic activities are observed in the world. The International Seismological Centre (ISC) recorded that in 2000 an earthquake with body wave magnitude of 4.4 occurred in Nigeria. Similarly, the vibrations of the September 11, 2009 event with magnitude 4.4 and epicentre at Allada, Benin Republic, almost 130 km west of Lagos, Nigeria, was felt in parts of Ibadan and Ogun State, South-western Nigeria. Most of the previous tremors occurred in South-western Nigeria where a major fault (the Ifewara-Zungeru fault), is believed to exist. It is difficult to overlook the incidence of earth tremors in the country because recurring tremors could be a build-up to a major earthquake. Despite these events, most buildings in Nigeria are designed without incorporating the effect of seismic load. This paper seeks to reiterate why it is imperative to design earthquake resistant structures in Nigeria bearing in mind the obvious knowledge of earth's dynamism and the country's history of the earthquake activities
Keywords:Tremors, seismic activities, earthquakes, earthquake resistant, structures.
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Aondowase John Shiwua, - The Need for Eearthquake Resiatant Structures in Nigeria - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
52-57
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A Novel Space Vector Modulation (SVM) Controlled Inverter For Adjustable Speed Drive Applications
M.Nagaiah, Gnanatheja Rakesh.V

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The induction motor (IM) is fed from three phase bridge inverter which is operated with space vector modulation (SVM) Technique. Among the various modulation strategies Space Vector Modulation Technique is the efficient one because it has better performance and output voltage is more closed to sinusoidal. The main aim of any modulation technique is to obtain variable output having a maximum fundamental component with minimum harmonics. Space Vector PWM (SVPWM) method is an advanced PWM method and possibly the best techniques for variable frequency drive application. The performance of SVM technique and Sine triangle pulse width modulation (SPWM) technique are compared for harmonics, THD, dc bus utilization and Output voltage and observed that SVM has better performance. These techniques when applied for speed control of Induction motor by v/f method for both open loop and closed loop systems it is observed that the induction motor performance is improved with SVM..
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M.Nagaiah, Gnanatheja Rakesh.V, - A Novel Space Vector Modulation (SVM) Controlled Inverter For Adjustable Speed Drive Applications - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
58-66
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Modified Method for Fixed Charge Transportation Problem
Debiprasad Acharyab, Manjusri Basua And Atanu Das

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In traditional method for solving fixed charge transportation problem, we introduce dummy column to make balance transportation problem from unbalance transportation problem. We set zero cost for the dummy column. It is used in both crisp environment as well as fuzzy environment. But if we use the maximum cost in each row for respective position in dummy column we get better result. A comparative study between the existing method and the modified method shows that the latter is much more effective.
Keywords:Fuzzy Number, Fuzzy Transportation Problem, Fixed charge Transportation Problem. Mathematics Subject Classification : 90B06, 90C08.
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Debiprasad Acharyab, Manjusri Basua And Atanu Das, - Modified Method for Fixed Charge Transportation Problem - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
67-71
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Comparative Analysis of Maximum Ratio Combining and Equal Gain Combining Diversity Technique for WCDMA: A Survey
Sarita Rohilla, Dipesh Kumar Patidar, Naresh Kumar Soni

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Wide Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) is a third generation wireless communication system. However for any wireless communication system there are various factors such as fading, interference and scattering that degrade the performance of the system. Diversity is an influential communication technique that provides wireless link enhancement at a relatively low cost. It has been used to mitigate the fading problem in wireless channel. This survey provides overview of different diversity techniques to overcome the effect of fading .The Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC) is one of the combining technique used to improve the performance of wireless communication system. In WCDMA, each user is assigned a unique code that identifies the user to the system and this code is used to modulate and demodulate the user's data. In many diversity techniques space diversity technique is very effective due to its simplicity and bandwidth efficiency. It can be implemented at both the transmitting and the receiving end. The Maximum Ratio Combining performance is the best compare to Equal Gain Combining and Selection Combining in Rayleigh fading channel. For the same SNRs signals to both branches, the output of maximal ratio combiner is more than equal gain combiner. This is due to ability of updating the weight coefficient in Maximal Ratio combining technique.
Keywords:Fading, Multi Path Propagation, Diversity Technique, Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC), Equal Gain Combining (EGC), Selection Combining (SC).
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Sarita Rohilla, Dipesh Kumar Patidar, Naresh Kumar Soni, - Comparative Analysis of Maximum Ratio Combining and Equal Gain Combining Diversity Technique for WCDMA: A Survey - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 1, August 2013 Edition".
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