Volume 2  Issue VIII

  • IJTRS-V2-I7-001   :- AN ALGORITHM FOR RECOGNITION OF REGULAR AND IRREGULAR SHAPE OBJECT USING ARIA CLASSES
    Author: Adnan, Afzal Khan, Tahir khan
    Organisation: University of Engineering and technology, Peshawar, Pakistan
    Email: madnankhan019@gmail.com, Afzalkhan@uetpeshawar.edu.pk, tahir@uetpeshawar.edu.pk
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    This paper shows a computerized reasoning methodology for question shape acknowledgment for mechanical framework as shape acknowledgment is principal for automated control and protest getting a handle on. It is not bewildering that pictures contribute basic part in human perception as vision is most developed of our faculties. As machine like robots couldn't see or even recognize a protest. Shape acknowledgment application for robots is fundamental field nowadays. A C++ based reproduction framework utilizing ARIA (Advanced Robotics for Interface and Application) classes is created in the research center for perceiving two dimensional state of a question. This examination work gives finish insight about the decisions made and the last outcomes acquired. The calculation perceives normal and unpredictable shapes in perspective of information gotten from laser examining. Calculation approved through PC recreation tried with different shapes and sees all with the assistance of information investigation.



    Keyword:- Geometrical shapes, Shape representation, Object Recognition, Edge detection

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-001   :- A STUDY ON WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES OF COOPERATIVE HANDLOOM WEAVERS IN ERODE DISTRICT
    Author: Dr. B. Jeeva Rekha, Ms. P.Shobana, Ms. I. Periyanayaki
    Organisation: Vivekanandha College of Arts and Sciences for Women( Autonomous), Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu (India)
    Email: jeevarekhan@gmail.com
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    Clothing is one of the basic needs of human beings and first produced by using handlooms. Among various revolutions country has come across, there is a prominence for the industrial revolution for brining power loom sector and mill sector in place, however this development on one hand has led to the downfall of the handloom fabric industry. Handloom is the second largest sector in terms of employment, as it provides direct and indirect employment, for about 43 lakh weavers and associated employees. Handloom industry is very powerful in terms of exclusivity, production flexibility, scope of novelty and modernization, meeting the requirement of the suppliers promptly and such wealthy prospects in weaving tradition (Ministry of Textiles 2015). The aim of the study is to know the influence of demographic variables like gender, age, educational qualification, Occupation and annual income on customer satisfaction towards handloom products.



    Keyword:- Indirect Employment, Associated Employees, Exclusivity, Production Flexibility, Novelty and modernization

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-002   :- A STUDY ON ALTRUISTIC BEHAVIOR OF B.ED., TEACHER TRAINEES IN PUDUCHERRY REGION
    Author: Dr. G. Kumaravelu
    Organisation: Sri Krishnan College of Education, Department of Education, Tiruttani Road, Arakonam, Tamilnadu (India)
    Email: coumaravelou@gmail.com
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    The researcher made an attempt to study the “Altruistic behavior of B.Ed., teacher trainees” in Puducherry region. A sample of 122 B.Ed., teacher trainees using simple random sampling technique was selected for the present study from Puducherry region. For measuring the Altruistic behavior, the Questionnaire test was developed by the investigator based on the Altruism test by Dr. Penny Jain. Mean, SD, ‘t’ test, Anova, Post-hoc Tukey test statistical techniques were used for analysis of data. Data analysis indicated significant differences between altruism behavior with regard to Age, Gender, Marital status and Parental educational qualification and not in the case of other sub variables.



    Keyword:- Altruism, B.Ed., teacher trainees

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-004  :- DESIGN OF SOLAR HYBRID PESTICIDE SPRAY SYSTEM
    Author: Surender Kumar
    Organisation: NIT, Jalandhar (PB), India
    Email: surender10161007@gmail.com
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    The demand for energy is emergent day by day in the whole world special in developing country like India (four highest in the world). India is the seventh largest country in the world and more than 1.27 billion people accounting for more than 17% of world’s population.  India government facing energy issues that are why India takes various measurement and initiative to promote “make India Energy from Non-conventional source”. As India is agriculture based country and 70% people do farming and related work. More than 60% Indian economy depends on agriculture so we need to raise the production in the agriculture field. In order to meet the food requirements of growing population, modernization of agriculture has become a necessity. In agriculture, spraying of pesticides is an important task to protect the crops from insects for obtaining the high yield. Farmers mainly use engine operated or hand operated spray pump for this task. Conventional spray method is more costly and tiredness for the farmers. To overcome this problem hybrid pesticide spraying comes in a picture which uses solar energy to run the hybrid pesticide sprayer. This model will perform spraying at the maximum rate in minimum time at low running costs.



    Keyword:- Productivity in agriculture, Efficient sprays system, User-friendly, Low running cast, Solar energy

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-005   :- EDUCATION BEYOND P EN AND PAPER
    Author: Badri Sankar Das
    Organisation: Centre for Political Studies, Central University of South Bihar, Gaya, Bihar (India)
    Email: badrisankardash@gmail.com
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    All we know that, education is a weapon for development him/her self and development for society; whose person belong to concern society. In India, there are already implemented the   different Constitutional provisions, law  etc. But these are not seeing visible; until we thinking alternative path or model. Means- education gaining within class rooms, but students become have capability; When students will have learn education beyond pen and paper. Because, students gain knowledge within class room. But, extra curriculum knowledge only have succeed through beyond pen and paper. Many time, student can’t get a suitable proper platform; in where they show their own talent are not visible out side. So, today there have to need up a proper education within the classes and overall gaining education only possible beyond pen and paper.



    Keyword:- Education, Gender Inequality, Alternative Model

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-008  :- FUZZY MODELING APPROACH FOR PREDICTING THE DAILY PRECIPITATION:A STUDY OF DHAKA CITY
    Author: Mariam Akter, Azizur Rahman
    Organisation: School of Business and Economics, United International University, Dhanmondi, Dhaka Department of Statistics, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Email: mariam.rahman576@gamil.com, azizur@juniv.edu
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    Classical time series analysis requires many assumptions such as the normality of data, linearity in the autocorelation coefficient and statistical parameter estimations. This study applies a simple fuzzy-probabilistic method for the time series analysis. The basis of the methodology is to construct the fuzzy base rule domain for forecasting purpose, from the available daily precipitation records at Dhaka City for the period of 2011-2012. The concepts of transition and cumulative probability procedures proposed by [2] are employed for taking decision among the alternative consequent fuzzy sets prior to the defuzzification. It is obvious from the result that the periodic pattern in the daily precipitaion sequences is modeled successfully with the proposed fuzzy logic model, because the relative error appears less than 10 percent. For the daily precipitation series calculated APE=% 7.12, which is less than 10 percent.



    Keyword:- Dhaka city, Fuzzy modeling, forecasting, precipitation, defuzzification

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-010   :- STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
    Author: Mudasir Bashir
    Organisation: Research Scholar PGTD, Physical Education, RTM, Nagpur University, Nagpur (Maharashtra), India
    Email: mudasirbashir4@gmail.com
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    Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. It is the ability to perceive, control and evaluate emotions. Some researchers suggest that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened, while others claim it is an inborn characteristic. The present study is about how to develop and measure the Emotional Intelligence and its sub scales like Self Awareness, Self-Motivation, Empathy, Emotional Stability, Managing Relations and Integrity, Self Development, Value Orientations, Commitment and Altruistic Behavior. If emotional intelligence of Physical Education Teachers is higher more they become responsible and respectful and vice-versa.



    Keyword:- Self-Motivation, Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Stability, Commitment, Altruistic Behavior, Physical Education Teachers

  • IJTRS-V2-I8-011  :- FROM APPOSITE PREFERENCE TO SPECIFIC APPLICATION: AN OVERVIEW OF MICROCONTROLLER UNIT
    Author: Snehil Mishra, Bhasker Pandey, Sunita Kumari, Mrs. Shimi S. L.
    Organisation: Department of Electrical Engineering, NITTTR Chandigarh (India)
    Email: anshul.snehil@gmail.com
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    A microcontroller is a small and inexpensive processor built for the purpose of dealing with definite odd jobs, such as displaying information, accepting information from system. Microcontrollers are chiefly used in stuff that requires a level of control to be exerted by the consumer. An embedded system can be defined as the computing engine that has computer hardware, either with software embedded in it as one of its most vital ingredient. It may be an autonomous collection or a part of a superior arrangement. This is a technical review of embedded microcontrollers and how they are used and invoked in today’s devices. It is very intricate to select a particular Microcontroller for particular function. Triumph or malfunction of any development largely depends on suitable selection of the Microcontroller Unit. In this paper a brief overview of the unit is described as far as the precise selection for particular application is concerned. So many manufactures are producing microcontroller in mass quantity. Evaluation is based on products of few primary manufactures. System requirements, availability, performance, size, power dissipation, flexibility, Reliability, Maintainability, Environmental constraints, software support, correctness, safety, Cost, manufacturer’s history and track records are the fundamental factors to be considered whenever a system is to be materialized using a microcontroller which is the compassion of the appliance. In this paper several factors are focused and follow up of those factors that will help us to select a particular Microcontroller for specific applicability.



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