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CALL FOR PAPER (JULY–AUGUST 2016 ISSUE) – INTERNATIONAL/NATIONAL JOURNALS
Papers are invited for the IAEME International/National Journals (Online and Print) – High Journal Impact Factor
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AES, Cipher Text, communication engineering, High Impact Factor, iaeme, IJECET, International Journals, Inverse S- Box, Journal Article, Journals in India, lock Cipher, open access Journals, Plain Text, Research, Research Paper, S-Box
The importance of cryptography knuckle down to the security in electronic data transmissions has gained an essential relevance during past years. Cryptography security mechanisms uses some algorithms to muddle the data into unreadable text with a key which can only be decoded/decrypted by one who has that associated key for the locked data. Cryptography techniques are of two types: Symmetric & Asymmetric. In this paper we’ve used symmetric cryptography method-Advance Encryption Standard algorithm with 200 bit block size as well as 200 bit key size. We’ve used 5*5 matrix to implement same 128 bit conventional AES algorithm for 200 bit block size. After implementing the algorithm, the proposed work is compared with 128,192 & 256 bits AES techniques in context with Encryption and Decryption Time & Throughput at both Encryption and Decryption ends.
iaeme, IJM, International Journals, Inventory, Inventory Classification, Inventory Management, Inventory Ranking, Journal Article, Journals in India, Management, open access Journals, Research, Research Paper
Inventory management is a process / practice that every company undertakes. Most companies fail to apply a comprehensive set of criteria to rank their products / items. The criteria are too few or subjective in nature. Inventory is required to stay in business and meet customer needs. If it is not done right it causes deterioration in customer service and could lead to damages to both customer and supplier relations and eventually cause business breakdown. A simple multi-criteria driven holistic framework developed by industry input is critical to the success of inventory management. An inventory management framework using FIVE main-criteria categories (revenue, customer service, profitability, growth, risk), 21 (between 3 and 6 in each category) metrics and 4 ranks (A, B, C, D) is presented in this paper to assist companies with their inventory management process.
Artificial, Buck-BoostConverter, engineering, High Impact Factor, iaeme, IJECET, International Journals, Journal Article, Journals in India, Maximum Power Point, Neural Network Architecture, open access Journals, Research, Research Paper
Fossil fuels’ rapid depletion and need to protect the environment has left us to think upon alternatives and solutions to curb the excess use of conventional sources and shift focus on the renewable energy. In this paper we have designed a prototype model inclusive of techniques that support the need to harness the solar energy. MAXIMUM Power Point Tracking is a technique that Grid Tie Inverters, Solar Battery Chargers, and other similar devices use to get the maximum possible power from one or more solar panels. Solar cells have a complex relationship between solar irradiation, temperature and total resistance that produces a non – linear I – V curve.
Electronics, engineering, High Impact Factor, iaeme, IJECET, Medical Imaging, open access Journals, Research, Research Article, Research Paper, Single Image Super Resolution, Sparse Representation, TV Denoising
The objective o f this paper is to estimate a high resolution medical image from a single noisy low resolution image with the help of given database of high and low resolution image patch pairs. Initially a total variation (TV) method which helps in removing noise effectively while preserving edge information is adopted. Further denoising and super resolution is performed on every image patch. For each TV denoised low – resolution patch, its high – resolution version is estimated based on finding a non negative sparse linear re presentation of the TV denoised patch over the low – resolution patches from the database, where the coefficients of the representation strongly depend on the similarity between the TV denoised patch and the sample patches in the database. The problem of fin ding the non negative sparse linear representation is modeled as a non negative quadratic programming problem. The proposed method is especially useful for the case of noise – corrupted and low – resolution image.
In this paper, we introduce the idea of transmitting force without utilizing wires i.e., transmitting force as microwaves from one spot to another is so as to decrease the transmission and dispersion misfortunes. This idea is known as Microwave Power transmission (MPT). We additionally talked about the innovative advancements in Remote Power Transmission (WPT). The points of interest, burdens, natural effects and utilizations of WPT are additionally displayed.
One of the real issue in force framework is the misfortunes happens amid the transmission and dissemination of electrical force. As the interest builds step by step, the force era increments and the force misfortune is additionally expanded. The real measure of force misfortune happens amid transmission and circulation.