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Volume 3 - Issue 8

 

 

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1.
Periodic Solutions for Non-Linear Systems of Integral Equations
Prof. Dr. Raad. N. Butris, Baybeen S. Fars

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to study the existence and approximation of periodic solutions for non-linear systems of integral equations, by using the numerical-analytic method which were introduced by Samoilenko[ 10, 11]. The study of such nonlinear integral equations is more general and leads us to improve and extend the results of Butris [2].
Keyword And Phrases: Numerical-analytic methods, existence and approximation of periodic solutions, nonlinear system, integral equations.
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Prof. Dr. Raad. N. Butris, Baybeen S. Fars - Periodic Solutions for Non-Linear Systems of Integral Equations - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
01-16
2.
Policyholder's Awareness of Lic's Services With Reference To Tirupur District, Tamilnadu
S. Shestakov, T. Shlenskaya, O. Krasulya, T. Baulina

Abstract: The insurance industry as a financial service is considered as one of the most important segments in an economy for its growth and development, particularly in the developing economy like India. The key to insurance growth is through an integrated approach which includes creating awareness about insurance. By and during the 19th century, Indians were generally becoming aware of the benefits and utility of life insurance, though there was widespread apprehension that insuring one`s life meant courting death. In the local languages of India, life insurance was often described as Registration for Death despite the inimitable advantages that insurance offered to all types of people. The major objectives of this research are to ascertain the socio-economic profile of sample respondents and identify the awareness level of policyholders in LIC`s services. This research has motivated to develop the customer awareness. The data required for the study is of primary nature. Primary data have been selected by making use of interview schedule by adopting simple random sampling method with three hundred policyholders. From the analysis of the study, it is identified that Age and Number of Policies are found to be associated with policy holder's awareness. To conclude this study, Insurance companies should spread more awareness about life insurance, offer reduction in premium amount and give more attention on need- based innovative products - these are some of the suggestions provided by the researcher.
Keywords: Life Insurance, Policyholder's Awareness, Life Insurance Policies.
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Dr. N. Kathirvel, S. Radhamani - Policyholder's Awareness of Lic's Services With Reference To Tirupur District, Tamilnadu - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
17-22
3.
Infusion of Standards in Water Drilling Rig Fabrication in Nigeria
Abdulmalik I. O., Amonye M. C., Ambali A. O., Akonyi N. S., Mahdi M.

Abstract: One of the major challenges and constraints to equitable access to safe, adequate, improved and affordable water supply and sanitation to its population is lack of appropriate water supply and sanitation facilities infrastructure in Nigeria. One very important water supply facility is water drilling rig. The water situation in Nigeria is precarious. As water resource stresses become acute in future, water deficit intensification in some areas (especially in the North) increases, coupled with escalating human demand, the conflict between human and environmental demands on water resources shall also intensify. The Governments and the External Supporting Agencies (ESAs) have supported the development of groundwater especially in the rural areas over the years, through the provision of Drilling Rigs, Geophysical equipment, chemical laboratory kits, hand pumps and spare parts to ensure sustainability of the programme. Some of these ESAs have provided direct funds for private sector drilling of borehole projects. Despite this huge investment there is still severe scarcity of water supply for domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes in Nigeria. This study investigates drilling rig technologies in Nigeria; understand their production and acquisition methods, their operation and the possible reasons for their poor impact on water provision.
Key Words: Water, Drilling, Technology, Rig, Operation.
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Abdulmalik I. O., Amonye M. C., Ambali A. O., Akonyi N. S., Mahdi M. - Infusion of Standards in Water Drilling Rig Fabrication in Nigeria - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
23-28
4.
Appropriate Technology for Tomato Powder Production
Abdulmalik I. O., Amonye M. C., Ambali A. O., Umeanuka P. O., Mahdi M.

Abstract: In Nigeria, tomatoes are grown in large and commercial scales in the North but consumed equally across the length and breadth of the entire country. Tomatoes are either used fresh or processed into paste, puree, ketchup and powder. Unfortunately, they are not only seasonal but highly perishable and deteriorate few days after harvest, which dampens the farmer's spirit to farming as he is forced to sell off produce at a loss to avert imminent total wastage. Canning of tomato paste has helped to curb this huge wastage, but the capital intensive nature of the industry had resulted into only a small percentage of the produce being absorbed by this industry. Dried tomatoes by direct drying in the sun are more durable but the end product is infested with dirt. This document considers the merits and demerits of spray drying technology for tomato powder production alongside two other alternative technologies of hot air convective dehydration with milling and a novel method called Refractance Window drying.
Keywords: Convective, Drying, Powder, Refractance, Spray, Technology, Tomatoes.
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Abdulmalik I. O., Amonye M. C., Ambali A. O., Umeanuka P. O., Mahdi M. - Appropriate Technology for Tomato Powder Production - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
29-34
5.
Activity Imaging Photosynthetic Of Populus X Canadensis Moench Plants In Air Pollution
Eriola (Zhuri) Hida, Veledin Çako, Fatbardha Babani, Theodhor Karaja

Abstract: Air pollution by the metallurgical units, as the other stressors, can modify the optical and fluorescence properties of leaf plants either directly or indirectly. Therefore stress effects on plants are detectable via changed on fluorescence signature of leaves. Air pollution could induce decrease of chlorophyll (Chl) content as well as significant decline of photosynthetic activity. The chlorophyll florescence as a nondestructive method for the in vivo analysis of plants allow to study the photosynthetic light processes and quantum conversion to detect stress effect on the activity of the photosynthetic apparatus. Metallurgical factory in Elbasan that release chemicals and particulates into the atmosphere is considered a source of air pollution. Some plant species grown in area near the factory were studied to evaluate the efficiency of photosynthetic apparatus in pollution conditions via chlorophyll fluorescence imaging during induction kinetics. Different fluorescence ratios which describe the photosynthetic light processes and the potential and effective quantum yields of Photosystem II were considered too. Chlorophyll fluorescence images were measured using the FluorCam 700MF imaging system (Photon Systems Instrument) as a technique that offers the possibility to study the distribution and patchiness of fluorescence signatures over the whole leaf area. Chl fluorescence images were measured on the leaves of spontaneous plants grown in sites with different level of steel plant air pollution assessed on base of different distances and different directions from the source of the pollution. Contamination effect reflected on photosynthetic activity of leaves was very high particularly on plants located nearer the metallurgical units.
Keywords: Chlorophyll fluorescence, chlorophyll fluorescence imaging, spontaneous plant, induction kinetics, photosynthetic apparatus.
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Eriola (Zhuri) Hida, Veledin Çako, Fatbardha Babani, Theodhor Karaja - Activity Imaging Photosynthetic Of Populus X Canadensis Moench Plants In Air Pollution - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
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6.
Taxpayers Services in a Modern World. The New Tax Administration System in Albania
Amarilda Xhaferri

Abstract: This paper outlines key activity principles of tax crime investigation, describes the present skills as well as qualification requirements which are likely to be imposed in the future. The final part of the paper provides some proposals for the ways to implement the requirements by defining skills improvement opportunities for investigators and investigators of operational cases. It also describes methods of office employees' skills improvement, crime prevention and IT sphere.
Keywords: tax, crime, investigation, skills.
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Amarilda Xhaferri - Taxpayers Services in a Modern World. The New Tax Administration System in Albania - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
41-45
7.
Dimensionality Reduction for Classification with High-Dimensional Data
Neha Singh, Mr. Bharat Bhushan Agarwal

Abstract: High dimensional data presents a challenge for the clas-sification problem because of the diffculty in modeling the precise relationship between the large number of the class variable and feature variables. In such cases, it can be desirable to reduce the information for a small number of dimensions in order to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of the classification process. While data reduction has been a well studied problem for the unsupervised domain, this technique has not been explored as extensively for the supervised case. for practical use in the high dimensional case the existing techniques which try to perform dimensional- ity reduction are too slow. These techniques find global discriminants in the data. However, the data behavior often varies with data locality and different subspaces may show better discrimination in different localities. This is the more challenging task than the global discrimination problem because of the data localization issue. In this paper, I propose the PCA(Principal Component Analysis) method in order to create a reduced representation of the data for classification applications in an efficient and effective way. Because of this method, the procedure is extremely fast and scales almost linearly both with data set size and dimensionality.
Keywords: classification, dimensionality reduction.
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Neha Singh, Mr. Bharat Bhushan Agarwal - Dimensionality Reduction for Classification with High-Dimensional Data - published at: "International Journal of Engineering Inventions, Volume 3, Issue 8, March 2014 Edition".
46-51

 

 

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