Volume 1, Issue 9

Volume 1, Issue 9

December, 2018

Research Paper

1. A survey on robotics

In the late 20s, it all begins with a Crossover of human intelligence and their physical potential. People used to work on their own before it all begins, And then comes the era of Robots. The world was introduced with machines having a potential of human in both mental and physical field which later led to go as Robotics. Robotics was the gap between the cybernetic and the Physical world. It was robotics at all which led the world to a new era of technology that gives a great example of secured hard work if used carefully. As getting wider with every passing year Robotics has made a great impact on every field of life starting from industries to healthcare and medicine, building services, manufacturing, food production, and many more fields. Now there is no doubt that the 21st century has become a Robotics century.

Published by: Shalini Tiwari, Utkarsh Shastri, Geremsa SwargiaryResearch Area: Computer Science

Organisation: Babu Banarsi Das Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad, Uttar PradeshKeywords: Java. string, HTML, CSS

Research Paper

2. DDB gloves

The DDB Gloves helps the deaf, dumb, blind people to communicate. The gloves contain a mic, speaker, Braille sense pad (for sensing message), Braille keypad and Arduino board for processing. The mic is built in inside the gloves were the voice is taken and converted into text format then the Braille pad is used for sensing. The DDB gloves can also convert typed Braille keypad to voice which helps them to communicate with others.

Published by: Gowthami E., P. Pavithra, M. Sarath KumarResearch Area: Computer Application

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Gloves, Braille, Sense

Research Paper

3. Smart home automation in the age of Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging technology that is making our world smarter. The idea of a connected world cannot be imagined without IoT. An IoT based Smart Home is one such example. In IoT Smart Home environment enable various things such as lighting, home appliances, computers, security etc. All devices are connected to the Internet and allowing a user to monitor and control things regardless of time and location constraint the proposed system presented in this paper is used for monitoring and controlling the Smart Home environment.

Published by: Harivardhini S., K. Sathish, R. ThiruvarunResearch Area: Computer Application

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: IoT, Thermostat, Monitor, HVAC

Research Paper

4. Robotics a domain in Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a branch of science that deals with helping machines to find solutions to complex problems in a more human life fashion. This involves borrowing characteristics from human intelligence and applying them in an algorithm. The comparisons between various versions of robots are done in order to list out the specifications. This refinely documented journal is based on the principle of Artificial intelligence intertwined with robotics. This bot has a backward movement that helps mountaineering and climbing.This invention has paved way for, improving facilitates mounting and dismounting movements for a disabled person while overcoming the complexities involved in wheeling process.The updated version is an ecstatic revolution in the technically automated world ERA OF ROBOTICS: Artificial agents in a real-world environment and an important domain in artificial intelligence is robotics. Robots manipulate the objects by perceiving, picking, moving, modifying the physical properties of an object and by destroying it

Published by: B Naveena, Latha Maheshwari, Shanmugapriya S., Asic Ali S., Mathivannan S.Research Area: Robotics

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: The era of robotics, Toyota partner robots, Bipedal robot, Bipedal robots vs segway wheel robot, Segway wheel robot vs unique wire system, Unique wire system, I-foot robot

Review Paper

5. Data visualization and analysis of data breach using python

A data breach is an incident where information is glommed or taken from a system without the cognizance or sanction of the system’s owner. The cybercriminal makes initial contact utilizing either a network or convivial attack. Types of data breach like Electronic Breach and Skimming are discussed in this paper along with the type of data that is usually stolen.

Published by: Malavika Suresh, Thangadurai S., Gunasekar N.Research Area: Information Security

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Data breach, Python

Review Paper

6. Comparison of different operating system

In today’s world, Operating System is used in every Mobile, Laptop, Tablets, and Desktops. In each and every day there is a new development which gives birth to a new Technology and new Operating System. As time changes people’s requirements are changing. They want to keep themselves updated. Here we present our paper which gives a refreshing review on Operating System that has been developed. This paper will help to compare different kinds of Operating Systems by their technology and usage in all the aspect so that everyone can choose best out of it according to their requirements. Hence, an operating system (OS) is system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs.

Published by: Gowri S., Bhavya K. B., Vigneswaran S.Research Area: Operating System

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Operating System, Windows technical securities

Research Paper

7. A study of E-commerce in India

The E-commerce has utterly revolutionized the traditional conception of business. Ecommerce is all about selling and purchasing of goods and services through internet and computer networks. This paper aims to focus on the various challenges visaged by the E-commerce in India & observe the essential growth factors needed for E-commerce, describe the prosperity of E-Commerce in nation and retail E-Commerce sales in India. E-commerce offers multiple benefits to the consumers in form of availability of goods at lower cost, broader choice in few clicks. E-commerce involves an online transaction.

Published by: Luvy, Siddharth TyagiResearch Area: Economy

Organisation: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, DelhiKeywords: E-commerce, E-finance, E-merchandise, Trade and commerce

Review Paper

8. Smart city services driven by IoT: A systematic review

The central role in the development of data society is taken by smart cities and their novel services through the use of modern technology and smart solutions. The key enabler and driver of smart cities is IoT. In this paper, we have conducted a literature review in order to investigate proposed smart city services driven by IoT. We have formulated the review protocol to define the research question, search strategy, selection criteria, study quality assessment, and data extraction strategy. We have defined the following main research questions: What are the reported applications of the Internet of Things in the development of smart city services? The papers were categorized by the sensible town services they projected or delineate. We have recognized the following categories: traffic and transport; environmental monitoring; accessibility & healthcare; waste management; public lighting; energy management; city infrastructure; and other

Published by: Ramya S., Kishore R., Akhileshkrishna K.Research Area: Internet of Things

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Digital transformation, Info society, Internet of Things, Sensible cities

Research Paper

9. Medical uses of nanotechnology

NanoRobotics is the technology of creating machines or robots close to the microscopic scale of a nanometer(10-9 meters). These nanorobots play a crucial role in the field of Bio-Medicine, particularly for the treatment of cancer, kidney stones, Nanorobotics elimination of defected parts in the DNA structure, and for some other treatments that need utmost support to save human lives. The aim of this article is to outline the potential uses of nanotechnology in medicine.

Published by: Akshaya S., Naveen Chandra P.Research Area: Medicine

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Nanorobotics, Nanometer, Treatment, Human lives

Technical Notes

10. Touchless screen

Touchscreen exhibits found everywhere in the world. The physical contact screen exhibit provides a more preponderant flexibility to utilizer but after some years or frequent physically contacting a touchscreen exhibit with a pointing contrivance such as a finger can result in the gradual desensitization of the touchscreen to input and can ultimately lead to failure of the touchscreen. If we utilize a screen sentinel still dirty marks present on the exhibit to eschew this quandary a simple utilizer interface for touchless control of electrically operated equipment is being developed. This paper surmounts the drawback of touch screen exhibit by providing touchless exhibit, additionally, this paper presents a study of a touchless exhibit, history of touchscreen working of touchless technology with an application.

Published by: Drisya S., Anas P. A., Muthulakshmi V., KavinandhuResearch Area: Technology

Organisation: Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Touchscreen, Touchless technology

Technical Notes

11. Embedded Subscriber Identification Module

The SIM is part of European telecommunications standard that separate mobile from the network they connect to move all there necessary security and identification data into a chip into a piece of plastic, GSM Technology convert the voices at end to end encrypted digital data before send in airwaves, sim also stores the „key‟ to decrypt this data.

Published by: Manoj, Ajeeth Kumar, RahulResearch Area: E-SIM

Organisation: Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: E_SIM, UIM

Survey Report

12. Tracking and positioning of mobile phones in telecommunication network

In this paper, the easy technique for mobile telephone tracking and positioning is been done. Mobile positioning technology has developed into an essential area and plays a vital role for emergency and also for profit-making services. Mobile positioning and tracking system will give services such as emergency calls, locating stolen mobile phones, dissimilar billing tariffs based on the place where the call is originated, and through the process to guess the user movement inside region by using the cellular network. The development of an accurate and reliable mobile positioning technologies need continues development to location-dependent services and applications in the wireless system. The process said above is called Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) problem, and it is a major source of error because it completely causes the mobile to show farther away from the Base Station (BS) than the actual area where it present, thereby it leads to increase the positioning error.

Published by: Amritha Sekhar, Deena JosephResearch Area: Computer Application

Organisation: Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Mobile telecommunication, Demand on geo-location, Mobile positioning and tracking based on handset technology, Global Positioning System

Survey Report

13. A survey on Search Engine Optimization

At present, what is one of the major needs of everyone? Internet. People have their own agendas for using the internet but they do use it, but most of then use it for doing a commercial. Industries want their own website and bloggers. So how can they become the first priority of everyone? How they make many people to know it or to be able to visit it. There comes the Search Engine Optimization- effective, cost-friendly and align with most of the internet users. We will take a look on SEO and it's working in this paper.

Published by: Madhusudhan SharmaResearch Area: Computer Science & Engineering

Organisation: Babu Banarasi Das Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad, Uttar PradeshKeywords: Search, Website, Optimization

Case Study

14. Poverty, unemployment and economic conditions of tribal people– A case study of Chitradurga district, in Karnataka

Abstract:- Chitradurga district is an administrative district of Karnataka state in southern India The tribal population is identified as the aboriginal inhabitants of our country. They are seen almost in every State of India. As the name implies, tribes are 'Adivasi' or original dwellers, living in the subcontinent. Tribal development aims at increasing the incomes and strengthening the material aspects of tribal culture. The folk literature of Kadugollas of Chitradurga is rich. Folk singers like siriyajji, Eranna of yaraballi and their contribution is in vogue today. The inhabitants of hamlets have reposed more confidence in ancestors and elders, and they worship as deities. The tribal community has been giving importance to kinship is a practice. The majority of tribal are agriculture laborers, small farmers and they have the shifting of cultivation, but the cultivation depends upon the rain. They have been growing traditional crops, like food grains, like Ragi, Jola, Both Kadugollas and Myasabedas have given utmost importance to security and protection. The Kadugollas and Myasabedas are the two tribes found in Chitradurga in the plain. Despite many researchers have studied the tribes.

Published by: Rangaswamy H.Research Area: Poverty

Organisation: Government Arts College, Chitradurga, KarnatakaKeywords: Chitradurga tribes, Adivasi' Kadugollas, Mysabedas, Siriyajji, Ancestors, Ragi, Jola, kinship, Culture, Bedagugalu

Research Paper

15. Pair recommendation for pair programming

Pair programming is a software development technique in which two programmers work together to solve a problem. When two programmers are combined together to solve a particular problem, the efficiency of the result is increased rather than the individual programmers solving the same problem. The formation of efficient pairs is very much important to increase productivity. In this project, we are proposing a methodology for the formation of efficient pairs which would increase the productivity and enhance the quality of code. Our method comprises a Graph database model in which all the programmers, their skill sets and other required attributes are created as nodes and relationships among them are established. All the Attributes are given separate weights according to the requirement. Generally, people with the same characteristics would mingle easily and can work together effectively. By this may we are finding the programmers with similar skill sets and attributes so that they can form an effective pair. Using Cosine Similarity measure, we are finding out the most similar programmers. Experimental analysis was carried out involving the first year MCA students to check the efficiency of pairing using this method. Their details were collected and similarity was calculated among them in which the most similar students were combined as pairs. They were asked to learn a new language and solve a common problem within the given amount of time. Almost all the pairs have found the solution and coded it except few. And the feedback received from them showed that their partners were very much compatible in all aspects.

Published by: Mohanraj N., Akshaya S., Ranjith Kumar G., Palanikumar A.Research Area: Computer Science

Organisation: Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: Java, Neo4j

Research Paper

16. Transform customer experiences by harnessing the power of AI in CRM

The site relies on a sophisticated analysis of a customer’s past purchases, current weather conditions, and other points of insight to decide which products it pushes to customers. Shoppers obviously appreciate this customized experience: Purchasing is up by 10 percent and cart abandonment rates have dropped significantly.

Published by: Mahendran S., Murugananth M.Research Area: Computer Application

Organisation: Sri Krishna College Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil NaduKeywords: AI, CRM, Customer experiences