IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

May - June 2019 Volume 21 - Issue 3

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Extraction and Calculation Area of Human Brain Tumor from MR Images
Country : Bangladesh
Authors : Mousumi Bala || Sher Shermin Azmiri Khan
: 10.9790/0661-2103010105     logo

Abstract: The human brain tumor is great threat in the world. Now-a-days it is detected in the early age people. So brain tumor treatment has been a challenge to medical science. . If it is detected at an early stage than the chances of saving a life are increased. In this work the proposed strategy to detect and extraction of human brain tumor from patient's Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan images of the brain. The essential steps of this paper are image preprocessing, segmentation and feature extraction. First of all, consider MR images of brain tumor as input and convert to gray scale images. The images were filtered by low pass filter for noise removal. Then..........

 

Keywords: brain tumor, segmentation, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

[1]. W. Gonzalez, "Digital Image Processing", 2nd ed. Prentice Hall, Year of Publication 2008, Page no 378
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[3]. Hardik Modi, Neha Baraiya, Himanshu Patel. An Efficacious Graphical User Interface Implementation for Automatic Classification of Brain Tumor from Magnetic Resonance Imaging Images Using Image Processing
[4]. Rajesh C. Patil, Dr. A. S. Bhalchandra. Brain Tumour Extraction from MRI Images Using MATLAB
[5]. Yogita Sharma, Parminder Kaur. Detection and Extraction of Brain Tumor from MRI Images Using K-Means Clustering and Watershed Algorithms


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Encryption and Decryption of Biometric Traits
Country : India
Authors : Brinzel Rodrigues || Rushikesh Pawar || Pranay Patil || Ankit Gour
: 10.9790/0661-2103010612     logo

Abstract: Biometric authentication has been incredibly useful in services such as access control to authenticate individuals based on their biometric traits. Unlike password or identity documents, biometric traits, such as fingerprint, iris and behavioral characteristic are physically linked to an individual that cannot be easily manipulated. The traditional biometric authentication model uses a server-centric model, where a service provider maintains the biometric database and is totally responsible for the security of templates. The end-users have to fully trust the provider in storing, processing and managing their private templates. As a result the end-user templates could be compromised by outside attackers or even the service provider itself. As a result we propose a user-centric biometric authentication scheme that enables end users to encrypt their own templates with our proposed lightweight encryption scheme at the time of authentication

 

Key Words: User centric model, Biometric Authentication, Encryption, Decryption, AES Algorithm

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[2]. A.K. Jain and K .Nandakumar, "Biometric Authentication : System Security User Privacy." IEEE Computer . Vol 45 no .11. pp 87-91. IEEE 2012.
[3]. S.Rane, Y.Wang S.C. Draper , and P.Ishwar , "Secure biometric : concepts ,authentication architecture , and challenges," IEEE signal processing Magazine vol. 30. No. 51-64 , IEEE 2013.
[4]. M. Naehrig, K. Lauter, and V. Vaikuntnathan, "Can homomorphic encryption be practical?." in proceedings of the 3rd ACM workshop on Cloud Computing Security Workshop, pp 113-124, ACM, 2011.
[5]. J. Katz, A. Sahai, and B. Waters, "Predicate encryption supporting disjunction, polynomial equations, and inner products." In Advances in Cryptology-EUROCRYPT 2008, pp. 457-473, Springer, 2009...


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Enhanced Learning Application For Pre & Primary Children
Country : India
Authors : K. Umamaheswari || Mrs. R. Kaviarasi
: 10.9790/0661-2103011317     logo

Abstract: In this process, mobile device and service are nowadays improved our learning capacity is highly enhanced. This technology growth and learning methods are very highly improved. At that time, some activities and learning capacity features are lagging to improve our knowledge. Children are most interested to use the mobile device. When due to the rapid growth of technology the teaching and learning system is totally different and also the formal teaching method is changed from mobile device. The teaching method for Tamil language system is lagging to know the children via the mobile device.so, this application is helpful to.........

 

Key Words: Android Studio, Android Application, Pre and Primary Children, Tamil Language

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[2]. Olisah Kingsley S and Mohamed Ismail Z, "Web Based E- learning System for Pre-school Kids", International Journal of Information Syatem and Engineering, Research Paper,Vol. 3,no.1. (2015) January, pp. 213-232.
[3]. Radoslava Kraleva, Velin Kralev,"A Conceptual Design of Mobile Learning Applications for Preschool Children ",International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 14, No. 5, May(2016).
[4]. Celal OZTURK, "An M-Learning Tool for Pre-school kids", Computer Engineering Department, Conference Paper,(2015) April.
[5]. Georgia K. Kokkalia and Athanasios S. Drigas, "Mobile Learning for Special Preschool Education", International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, ResearchGate,Vol. 10, (2016) January, pp. 67-74....


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Performance Evaluation of Machine Learning Algorithms for Detection and Prevention of Malware Attacks
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Emmanuel Gbenga Dada || Joseph Stephen Bassi || Yakubu Joseph Hurcha || Abdulkadir Hamidu Alkali
: 10.9790/0661-2103011827     logo

Abstract: Malware is any type of program that is intended to wreak havoc to the computer system and network. Examples of malware are bot, ransomware, adware, keyloggers, viruses, trojan horses, worms and others. The exponential growth of malware is posing a great danger to the security of confidential information. The problem with many of the existing classification algorithms is their low performance in term of their ability to detect and prevent malware from infecting the computer system. There is an urgent need to evaluate the performance of the existing Machine Learning classification.........

 

Key Words: Malware, classification algorithms, Random Forest, AdaBoost, Bagging, Naïve Bayes

[1]. Sanjay Chakrabortya and Lopamudra Dey. A rule-based probabilistic technique for malware code detection. Multiagent and Grid Systems – An International Journal, IOS Press, 12, 2016, pp. 271–286 271. DOI 10.3233/MGS-160254
[2]. Y. Zhou, Z. Wang, W. Zhou, and X. Jiang. Hey, you, get off of my market: Detecting malicious apps in official and alternative android markets. in NDSS, vol. 25, no. 4, 2012, pp. 50–52.
[3]. D. Keragala. Detecting malware and sandbox evasion techniques, SANS Institute InfoSec Reading Room, 2016. URL: https://www.sans.org/reading-room/whitepapers/ forensics/detecting-malware-sandbox-evasion-techniques-36667.
[4]. Sharif, M., Yegneswaran, V., Saidi, H., Porras, P., and Lee, W. Eureka: A framework for enabling static malware analysis. In Computer security-ESORICS 2008, pages 481- 500. Springer.
[5]. Moser, A., Kruegel, C., and Kirda, E. Limits of static analysis for malware detection. In Computer security applications conference, ACSAC 2007. Twenty-third annual, 2007, pages 421-430...


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Students Graduation on Time Prediction Model Using Artificial Neural Network
Country :  
Authors : Joseph Stephen Bassi || Emmanuel Gbenga Dada || Alkali Abdulkadir Hamidu || Mshelia Dauda Elijah
: 10.9790/0661-2103012835     logo

Abstract: The declining rate of student graduation in today's higher institutions of learning has become a major source of concern to educational authorities, school administration and parents. While school administrators are trying to increase the rate of graduation, students are dropping out at an alarming rate. The ability to correctly predict student's graduation time after admission into graduate program is critical for educational institutions because it allows for developing strategic programs that will aid or improve students' performances towards graduating on time (GOT)..........

 

Key Words: Prediction, Artificial neural networks, Graduation on Time.

[1]. Ismail, F.B. and A. Marwan, Advance Intelligent Performance' Prediction System.
[2]. Karamouzis, S.T. and A. Vrettos. An artificial neural network for predicting student graduation outcomes. in Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science. 2008. Citeseer.
[3]. Vandamme, J.P., N. Meskens, and J.F. Superby, Predicting academic performance by data mining methods. Education Economics, 2007. 15(4): p. 405-419.
[4]. Miñano, P., R. Gilar-Corbi, and J.L. Castejón, A structural model of cognitive-motivational variables as explanatory factors of academic achievement in Spanish language and mathematics. 2012.
[5]. Shahiri, A.M. and W. Husain, A review on predicting student's performance using data mining techniques. Procedia Computer Science, 2015. 72: p. 414-422...


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Sentiment Summarizer for Opinionated Symbiotic Discussion Chains Under Social Networks
Country : Ethiopia
Authors : Mohammed Tune || Abdulkadir Ahmed
: 10.9790/0661-2103013645     logo

Abstract: The sentiment discourse (i.e. responses and replay) on the social Network sites such as, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Forums, etc., forms the outbreaks of ample of opinionated thread chains. To get a complete message, every single opinionated text under these chains has to be seen interdependently. However, it is problematic to get a complete message from such threaded opinion chains, solely by applying the state-of-the-art computational linguistic techniques being utilized under opinion mining. In this paper, an opinion-oriented graph-based summarizing model from an opinionated discourse text of social network site is proposed. The major novelty of this paper is the use of back-trace enabled rule based opinion-oriented graph approach. Experiments are conducted and..........

 

Key Words: back-tracing; discourse; opinion oriented-graph; social network; thread

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[3]. M. L. Sheffer and B. Schultz. Paradigm shift or passing fad? twitter and sports journalism. International Journal of Sports Communication, vol.3, no. 4, pp. 472–484,2010
[4]. Lucia C. Passaro, Alessandro Bondielli and Alessandro Lenci, "A Topic-Annotated Facebook Corpus for Emotion Detection and Sentiment Analysis",2015
[5]. Márton, "Beyond Sentiment: Social Psychological Analysis of Political Facebook Comments in Hungary", 2015..


Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Data Mining Techniques Managing Big Stores Departments Places
Country :  
Authors : Tawfik Saeed Zeki
: 10.9790/0661-2103014651     logo

Abstract: The best brands know that staying on top of the whole sale process is serious to closing the deal. But how can you keep on top of your sales process if you do not participate every step of the way. Product distribution place is an important step that is often overlooked where brands choose the least or easiest option instead of developing a legitimate distribution strategy. In this paper, we will tell you everything you need to know about product distribution places, ranging from different distribution strategies to who is responsible in the business, so you can improve your distribution strategy to achieve the highest performance on the shelf. Our strategies going to focus on the customer's eyes moving during the shopping occur for three categories children, adults and elders..

 

Key Words: Data Mining, analysis criteria, Eye Movementanalytics, Technology for Data Mining Analytics

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Hierarchical Caching In 5G Cloud Radio Access Networks and Video Caching Virtualization Technology in Mobile-Edge Computing Networks
Country : India
Authors : Dr.V.S.Suresh Kumar
: 10.9790/0661-2103015262     logo

Abstract: Over few years, Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) is proposed as architectonics for 5G cellular networks that brings the adaptability and activity of wireless communications. With the amazing advance in adaptable cartage and services, it is virtualization technology to the cloud accretion based radio admission networks for accomplishing top ashen ability with low cost. In this paper, the virtualization technologies in CCRANs are surveyed, including the arrangement architecture, key enabling techniques, challenges, and accessible issues Adaptable casework accept become capital allotment in the era of 5G networks. The adaptable arrangement will be based on cloud computing, IoT, user-centric services, and adaptable communication. Cloud account is all-..........

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Artificial Intelligence in Disaster Management
Country : India
Authors : Shiv Kumar || Shrawan kumar Shrama
: 10.9790/0661-2103016369     logo

Abstract: Human life is in danger due to human activities and natural disaster. Disaster is a one type of event which effects human life in terms of life and wealth like 6500 people died in 2017 in Asian continent due to 200 disaster and also billion dollars economic loses. But, no one can avoid disaster until we live on the lap of nature. We can only minimize the loss of life and economic losses by using scientific based proper plan with the help of computer, information communication technology (ICT) and Artificial Intelligence. All most all private and government agencies like Indian Meteorological department (IMD), National remote sensing agency (NRSA), The Central water commission.......

 

Keywords: ICT, GIS, RS, AI, human life, economic loses etc.

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