International Journal of Innovative Trends in Engineering
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IJITE - Issue 53, Volume 33, Number 01

Published On : September 2017
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Image Compression using Decomposition Level through Feature Descriptors of YCbCr Channel
Himanshu Singh, Prof. Madhuvan Dixit
Abstract: We propose a novel compression scheme for digital images using chrominance channels with feature descriptor and Decomposition Level. The feature descriptor of chrominance channel is based on their error metrics. We describe an input image based on its down-sampled version and local feature descriptors. The chrominance channel descriptors are used to retrieve feature descriptive images and identify corresponding patches. The down-sampled image serves as a target to stitch retrieved image patches together. The feature vectors of local descriptors are predicted by the corresponding vectors extracted in the decoded down-sampled image. The image is decomposed by using decomposition level and then the rank is being reduced by ignoring some of the lower singular values as well as rows of hanger and aligner matrices. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme. The overall compression process supports to reach an acceptable level for image broadcast in pre-mention bandwidth over a telecommunication application. We analyzed the recital of image compression procedure using metrics Colorization Level (CL), Compression Ratio (CR), Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR), Visual Signal to Noise Ratio (VSNR), Multi-Scale Structural Similarity Index Measure (MSSIM) and Noise Quality Measure (NQM). The proposed method improve compression ratio with 20.5 as compare than existing method (Total Error Minimization with Compensate) with 12.7.
Keywords: Colorization Level (CL), Compression Ratio (CR), Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR), Visual Signal to Noise Ratio (VSNR), Multi-Scale Structural Similarity Index Measure (MSSIM) and Noise Quality Measure (NQM).
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Recycling E-Waste: A Growing Unorganized Sector
Shiv Narayan Kumar
Abstract: Informal processing of e-waste in developing countries can lead to adverse human health effects and environmental pollution "E-wastes are considered dangerous, as certain components of some electronic products contain materials that are hazardous, depending on their condition and density. The hazardous content of these materials produce a threat to human health and environment. Discarded computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, fax machines, electric lamps, cell phones, audio equipment and batteries if not disposed properly can add many toxic substances into soil and groundwater. Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled in an environment friendly manner so that they are less harmful to the ecosystem. In this paper I have discussed about the growing but unorganized growth of e-waste management sector.
Keywords: e-waste, hazardous substance, environment, e-waste management, electronic scrap, unorganized sector.
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Car Theft Protection System
Adwait Ranadive, Abhishek Vamsi, Palash Pandey, Apurvaraj Singh, Dr. Rajani Mangal
Abstract: Modern cars employ is a single protection system which may be an alarm or a password protection, which can easily be hacked by a programmer/hacker. Apart from the protection systems, a wheel jammer is also fitted on the wheel of the car that will lock it in case of a breach. The result of such a comprehensive security system, it becomes virtually impossible to make car thefts happen. With three levels of security, even if the thief manages to breach the first level of security, the second subsystem gets triggered and hence its efficiency at minimizing car thefts becomes pretty high. We, here have developed a prototype of subsystems which is a dual door lock system using a password lock and a SIM based GSM module, keypad based door lock , engine freezing and trip wire. This is a comprehensive protection system which ensures that in case of any breach, there is a backup which gets triggered and makes it virtually impossible to rob the car.
Keywords: GSM, SIM, Engine freezing, door-lock, tripwire, motion sensor.
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Congestion Control through Improved Decentralized with Carrier Sense Threshold in VANETs
Hina Sheikh, Prof. Ratan Singh
Abstract: With the constant increase in vehicular traffic, existing traffic management solutions have become inefficient. Urbanization has led to an increase in traffic jams and accidents in major cities. In order to accommodate the growing needs of transport systems today, there is a need for an Intelligent Transport System. Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) is a growing technology that assists in Intelligent Transport Systems. VANETs enable communication between vehicles as well as fixed infrastructure called Road Side Units (RSU). We propose a distributed, collaborative traffic congestion detection and dissemination system that uses VANET. Each of the driver’s smart phones is equipped with a Traffic App which is capable of location detection through Geographic Position based System (GPS). This information is relayed to a remote server which detects traffic congestion. Once congestion is confirmed the congestion information is disseminated to the end user phone through RSUs. The Mobile App transmits the location information at periodic intervals. Using the latitude, longitude and the current time, the location of each vehicle is traced. Using location information, the distance moved by the vehicle at a given time is monitored. If the value is below a fixed threshold, congestion is suspected in a particular area. If many vehicles in the same area send similar messages, traffic congestion is confirmed. Once traffic congestion is confirmed, the vehicles approaching the congested area are informed about the traffic through display boards that are available in the nearest RSUs (traffic signals). The congestion information is also made available through the Mobile App present in vehicles approaching the congested area. The approaching vehicles may take diversion and alleviate congestion.
Keywords: Vehicular Traffic, Intelligent Transport System, Road Side Units, Geographic Position based System.
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Analysis of Fusion Approaches in Image Processing: An Assessment
Richa Nikhil, Prof. Ratan Singh Rajput
Abstract: Image fusion is an important technique for various image processing and computer vision applications such as feature extraction and target recognition. Through image fusion, different images of the same scene can be combined into a single fused image. Current image coding with image fusion schemes make it hard to utilize external images for transform even if multi-focus images can be found in the cloud. To solve this problem, we analyze different method of multi-focus image fusion scheme that is different from current image fusion scheme even on the ground. For this purpose, we study of various image fusion techniques with their pros and cons. A fast and efficient image fusion technique is proposed for creating a highly generated fused image through merging multiple corresponding multi-focus images. The proposed technique is implement on a specific tool namely as MATLAB (R2012a) latest version. Analytical results represent that the proposed technique can obtain state-of-the-art performance for image fusion of multi-focus images.
Keywords: Image processing, Image fusion, Feature extraction, Multi-focus image, MATLAB.
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Industrial Ergonomics
Ayush Balagopal, Deepanshu Shrivastava, Ankit Mahajan, Ankit Kumar Mistry, Abhishek Yadav, Jayesh Khapre, Ashish Kumar Chaturvedi
Abstract: De Looze assume a gap between scientific research on human factors and on design theories on one hand, and the needs of professionals in engineering and design on the other hand. Is the ergonomics community studying the most relevant issues from a practical point of view? Closing the gap between practitioners and researchers remains a challenge. Two steps should be taken: 1) organize access to the best practices developed in the field and 2) organize research programmes with potential societal and market value. There is one important thing scientist are missing: case material. Professional ergonomists have a tremendous amount of case material. After 25 years of working in the field, the author would be able to present over 100 cases. Some are included here. Practitioners, evaluating work and designing or implementing solutions, may develop good or even best practices. Publishing a report on a successful, or perhaps an unsuccessful project, seldom is part of the work contract. It is not a standard line of business if one is not affiliated to scientific research. In addition, getting a project report published may easily fail, because this type of work is not commonly accepted in the international journals. Hence, writing this article has been an opportunity taken to publish about projects.
Keywords: Erogonimics, Industry.
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Routing Algorithms for Relay Node Selection in Wireless Sensor Networks - A Review
Gayatri Kushwaha, Dr. Sanjeev Sharma
Abstract: Wireless sensоr netwоrks (WSNs), аnd wirelesses mesh netwоrks (WMNs), hаve received in-creаsing аttentiоn in the pаst decаde due tо their brоаd аpplicаtiоns аnd the eаsy deplоyment аt lоw cоst withоut relying оn existing infrаstructure. Netwоrk prоtоcоl design in such netwоrks presents а greаt chаllenge mаinly due tо the fоllоwing reаsоns. First, аn impоrtаnt feаture оf wireless netwоrks is the time- vаrying chаnnel cаused by wireless chаnnel prоpаgаtiоn effects, mаinly multipаth fаding, which cаn result in lаrge fluctuаtiоns in signаl strength аnd therefоre intermittent link behаviоr. Secоnd, wireless link is а “sоft” cоncept. The prоperty аnd quаlity оf а link mаy vаry with the trаnsmissiоn pоwer, trаnsmissiоn rаte, distаnce аnd pаth lоss between twо nоdes. Third, since the wireless medium is brоаdcаst in nаture, the trаnsmissiоn оn оne link mаy interfere with the trаnsmissiоns оn оther neighbоring links. Fоurth, wireless embedded devices, such аs sensоrs, аre typicаlly bаttery pоwered. The lifetime оf the bаttery impоses а limitаtiоn оn the оperаtiоn hоurs оf the netwоrk. Energy efficiency hаs been а criticаl cоncern in wireless sensоr netwоrk prоtоcоl design. Trаditiоnаl rоuting prоtоcоls fоr multihоp wireless netwоrks hаve fоllоwed the cоncept оf rоuting in wired netwоrks by аbstrаcting the wireless links аs wired links, аnd find the shоrtest, leаst cоst, оr highest thrоughput pаth(s) between а sоurce аnd destinаtiоn. Since mоst rоuting prоtоcоls rely оn the cоnsistent аnd stаble behаviоr оf individuаl links, the intermittent behаviоr оf wireless links cаn result in pооr perfоrmаnce such аs lоw pаcket delivery rаtiо аnd high cоntrоl оverheаd. in these reseаrch а review оn different energy efficient prоtоcоls hаs discussed.
Keywords: WSN, Energy-аwаre Rоuting, Oppоrtunistic rоuting, Relаy nоde, Queue netwоrk.
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An Extensive Review on Performance Evaluation of MIMO LTE System
Richa Rathore, Ms. Aparna Gupta, Dr. Soni Changlani
Abstract: Dеmands for the highеr transmission ratеs in a reliablе way is increasеd as wirelеss nеtworks start to offеr vidеo and voicе transmission in addition to the data transmission. Thus, recеntly, next-genеration wirelеss nеtworks havе emergеd to offеr highеr transmission ratеs with lеss transmission еrrors through the use of multiplе antеnnas. Multiplе antеnna systеms increasе the rеliability and spеctral efficiеncy of the systеm through the use of divеrsity techniquеs and SM schemе, respectivеly. Divеrsity techniquеs are widеly usеd to reducе the effеct of multi-path fading. The probability of all the rеplicas of the samе information symbol experiеncing the samе fading decreasеs as the numbеr of divеrsity branchеs increasе. In a basic transmit divеrsity schemе is developеd for two transmit antеnnas, whilе in the divеrsity gain is increasеd with using morе than two antеnnas and еmploying orthogonal codеs. This work reviеws on the performancе еvaluation strategiеs of MIMO systеm using LTE tеchnology.
Keywords: Mobilе Communication, 4G mobilе communication, Long Tеrm Evolution, MIMO OFDM modulation, Wirelеss nеtworks.
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Internet of Things for Electrical Power System Protection (Smart Grid)
S S Zope, P S Chaudhari
Abstract: Smart grid is the latеst trеnd of developmеnt and rеform in today’s world, and it is also a major tеchnological innovation and developmеnt trеnd in the 21st cеntury. Internеt of Things tеchnology is a new information procеssing and acquisition mеthod, and it has beеn widеly usеd in intelligеnt transportation, environmеntal monitoring and othеr fiеlds. Internеt of Things is an important tеchnical mеan to promotе the developmеnt of smart grid. Using Internеt of Things tеchnology can effectivеly integratе the infrastructurе resourcеs in communications and elеctrical powеr systеm, increasе the levеl of powеr systеm information, and improvе the utilization efficiеncy of infrastructurеs in the еxisting powеr systеm. In this papеr, the concеpt of smart grid and Internеt of Things are briefеd, thus the urgеncy of its applications in smart grid are pointеd out. Meanwhilе, a resеarch and dеsign in the construction of smart grid which is basеd on Internеt of things are made, and the dеsign and implemеntation in typical application links, including wind powеr prеdiction, condition monitoring of overhеad transmission linеs, powеr monitoring, smart homе and assеt managemеnt are elaboratеd еmphatically. Finally, the problеms in applications and futurе resеarch dirеction are also analyzеd.
Keywords: Smart grid, internеt of things tеchnology, powеr prеdiction, smart home, assеt managemеnt.
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The Challenges of Workplace – Do More with Less?
Dr. K. R. Subramanian
Abstract: As global competition increases, people have been asked to learn to do more with less. Among the many undesirable effects from this type of action is that it leaves all the existing work (if not more) to be done by fewer employees. Everyone is asked to dig in and do whatever possible. Some employees struggle to meet work demands while maintaining a strong family life and involvement in outside activities. Others seem to thrive on the challenge. In fact, a few might seem to prefer working long hours. These individuals might be addicted to their work, be workaholics, and this work pattern can have negative consequences for business operations. The individual who works in excess is at risk for both physical and mental health difficulties. Can it really be more profitable to have an employee with physical ailments and subject to temper outbursts and mood swings? Increasingly, companies require collaborative work in order to be responsive to customer needs and to deal with rapid changes in markets and operating conditions. Addiction introduces dysfunctional patterns into every interpersonal dynamic involving the addict. What little gain there might be in the long hours worked by that individual could be more than offset by a ripple of distorted work team relationships.
Keywords: Dong more with less, family and social life, negative consequences of workaholic employees, mental health and dysfunctional dynamics of workaholics, distortion of teamwork and negative consequences.
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