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International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT)
ISSN : 22528776     EISSN : 27222616     DOI : -
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International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) is a common platform for publishing quality research paper as well as other intellectual outputs. This Journal is published by Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES) whose aims is to promote the dissemination of scientific knowledge and technology on the Information and Communication Technology areas, in front of international audience of scientific community, to encourage the progress and innovation of the technology for human life and also to be a best platform for proliferation of ideas and thought for all scientists, regardless of their locations or nationalities. The journal covers all areas of Informatics and Communication Technology (ICT) focuses on integrating hardware and software solutions for the storage, retrieval, sharing and manipulation management, analysis, visualization, interpretation and it applications for human services programs and practices, publishing refereed original research articles and technical notes. It is designed to serve researchers, developers, managers, strategic planners, graduate students and others interested in state-of-the art research activities in ICT.
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Performance analysis of CIC multirate filter in cognitive radio for efficient pulse shaping in wireless domain Kang, A. S.; Sharma, Er.Vishal; Vig, Prof.Renu
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 8, No 3: December 2019
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In this paper, the Performance Analysis of Cascade Integrator Comb Filter in context of Filter Bank Multicarrier Transmission has been presented for Cognitive radio. A benefit of the chosen technique is that, a CIC filter can be designed with a slight adjustment in parameters of interest. The entire performance of the filters designed is analyzed and evaluated by analyzing Normalized Amplitude versus Normalized Frequency plots at typical K and N values. The roll off factor plays a significant role in performance analysis of CIC filter. The results shown are a useful advance for rf design engineers working in the domain of multirate signal processing in wireless communication. To ensure the acceptable performance of Enhanced FBMC, computational complexity, and transmission burst length need to be reduced. The effect of Stop band attenuation on the edges of Magnitude and Frequency responses has been studied under constraints such as Lp, K and M during different simulation runs.
A Survey on Publish-Subscribe Internet Routing Paradigm Ahmad, Zeeshan; Jaffri, Zain ul Abidin; Ali, Iftikhar
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 2, No 3: December 2013
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Current internet is incompetent and inept for the current trends of communication. The architecture of current internet was drafted almost 40 years ago and it is unable to cop up the problems aroused in context of security, mobility, robustness, congested traffic and vice versa of this millennium. In this paper, publish–subscribe internet routing paradigm (PSIRP) a reengineered architecture of internet is comprehensively studied, which will resolve many of the problems faced by the internet today. Keeping in view the importance of information/data, the reengineered architecture of PSIRP proffers the information–centric communication instead of host–centric communication, in response to which many of the problems of current internet will be resolved automatically. As major portion of internet is publish/subscribe in nature so PSIRP can provide a flexible, efficient and powerful architecture for future internet network design.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ij-ict.v2i3.3562
Addressing Latency Issues in 2D to 3D Conversion: Deploying Available Synthetic Database Manasa, N. L.
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 7, No 3: December 2018
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Conventional 2D to 3D rendering techniques involve a sequential process of grouping of the input images based on edge information and predictive algorithms to assign depth values to pixels with same hue. The iterative calculations and volume of data under scrutiny to assign ‘real-time’ values raise latency issues and cost considerations. For commercial consumption, where speed and accuracy define the viability of a product, there is a need to reorient the approach used in the present methodologies. In predictive methodologies one of the core interests is achieving the initial approximation as close to the ‘real’ value as possible. In this work, ‘synthetic’ database is used to provide the first approximation through comparison techniques and fed to the predictive tool. It is believed that this work will provide a basis for developing an efficient 2D to 3D conversion methodology.
Positive UX and Active Use of ICT Devices among the Elderly Hashizume, Ayako; Kurosu, Masaaki
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 2, No 1: April 2013
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People have started to use ICT(Information and Communication Technology) devices to acieve various goals in many situations.  But a gap still exsists between high end users and low end users that is related to their demographic group. One of the important traits is the generation or the age group.  Authors conducted field research by the contextual inquiry method and analyzed the data by applying M-GTA, then summarized the information into a category relationship diagram. In this diagram,factors such as the motivation for using ICTs, active involvement in the communication and ICT literacy were regarded as three major components.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ij-ict.v2i1.1506
An Integrated Cross Layer Design to Enhance the Quality of Service of Video Streaming in Mobile Adhoc Networks Gomathi, N.; Uvaneshwari, M.
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 7, No 2: August 2018
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The intent of this paper is to put forth a novel technique for improvising the QoS of multimedia applications in by using Modified dynamic mapping algorithm and Multipath transport(MPT) and Multi Description Coding(MDC). The improvement is attained by applying the MDC at application layer along with UDPLite in transport layer and multipath at network layer and Modified dynamic mapping in MAC Layer.Thismethod attains an increase of 30.84% in Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) and 18.57% decrease in delay in contrast to the conventional methods.The intent of this paper is to put forth a novel technique for improvising the QoS of multimedia applications in by using Modified dynamic mapping algorithm and Multipath transport(MPT) and Multi Description Coding(MDC). The improvement is attained by applying the MDC at application layer along with UDPLite in transport layer and multipath at network layer and Modified dynamic mapping in MAC Layer.Thismethod attains an increase of 30.84% in Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) and 18.57% decrease in delay in contrast to the conventional methods.
Analysis of Inland Wetland using Advance Remote Sensing and GIS on IRS P6 February 2005 Data of Bhopal (M.P.) Shrivastava, Sourabh
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 1, No 1: June 2012
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Wetlands are the transitional zones between permanently aquatic and dry terrestrial ecosystems. Wetland systems directly and indirectly support millions of people, providing goods and services to them. The use of remote sensing technology for the mapping, identification, inventory and classification of the wetlands has been a common application of satellite imagery. Remote sensing has provided a great mean to study various ecosystems of the earth including wetlands by providing cost and time effective data. For a country like India, with its vast biological and cultural diversity, a comprehensive use of remote sensing, GIS and other related technologies is of great use in their conservation.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ij-ict.v1i1.547
A Novel Approach to Study the Effects of Anesthesia on Respiratory Signals by using the EEG Signals Kidwai, Mohd Suhaib; Saeed, S. Hasan
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 6, No 2: August 2017
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General anesthesia plays a crucial role in many surgical procedures. It is a drug-induced, reversible state characterized by unconsciousness, anti-nociception or analgesia, immobility and amnesia. On rare occasions, however, the patient can remain unconscious longer than intended, or may regain awareness during surgery. There are no precise measures for maintaining the correct dose of anesthetic, and there is currently no fully reliable instrument to monitor depth of anesthesia. Although a number of devices for monitoring brain function or sympathetic output are commercially available, the anesthetist also relies on clinical assessment and experience to judge anesthetic depth. The undesirable consequences of overdose or unintended awareness might in principle be ameliorated by improved control if we could understand better the changes in function that occur during general anesthesia. Coupling functions prescribe the physical rule specifying how the inter-oscillator interactions occur. They determine the possibility of qualitative transitions between the oscillations, e.g. routes into and out of phase synchronization. Their decomposition can describe the functional contribution from each separate subsystem within a single coupling relationship. In this way, coupling functions offer a unique means of describing mechanisms in a unified and mathematically precise way. It is a fast growing field of research, with much recent progress on the theory and especially towards being able to extract and reconstruct the coupling functions between interacting oscillations from data, leading to useful applications in cardio respiratory interactions.In this paper, a novel approach has been proposed for detecting the changes in synchronism of brain signals, taken from EEG machine. During the effect of anesthesia, there are certain changes in the EEG signals. Those signals show changes in their synchronism. This phenomenon of synchronism can be utilized to study the effect of anesthesia on respiratory parameters like respiration rate etc, and hence the quantity of anesthesia can be regulated, and if any problem occurs in breathing during the effect of anesthesia on patient, that can also be monitored
Urban Traffic Simulators H, Harshita Chitla
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 5, No 3: December 2016
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Computer traffic simulation is a widely used technique in modeling, coming up with and development of traffic networks and systems. It contains a various applications, like traffic forecasting, vehicle navigation devices and so on. This paper discusses about the various types of traffic simulators. Another drawback is that the factors like accidents, public events, and road closures. In addition, we are introducing algorithmic concepts, quantifiable metrics and data structural approaches that might be applied to the simulation systems.
Attack Detection in a Rule-Based System Using Fuzzy Spiking Neural P System Rufai, Kazeem Idowu
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 5, No 1: April 2016
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The virtual area of communication known as cyber space brought about by the debut of the internet has enabled some cyber crimes – ‘Intrusion’ inclusive. So, efforts are being geared towards ensuring that reliable and efficient Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) are developed to curtail this menace. However, Spiking Neural P (SN P) systems have been established as a class of distributed parallel computing models. So, in this paper, a novel network intrusion prediction model based on trapezoidal Fuzzy Reasoning Spiking Neural P (tFRSN P) system, is implemented for the very first time for the detection of intrusion. tFRSN P system is an extension of SN P system. It has a graphical modeling advantage which makes it well suited for fuzzy reasoning as well as fuzzy knowledge representation using If-Then rules. The dynamic firing power of neurons is harnessed in a simple parallel matrix-based fuzzy reasoning format to generate inferences. To establish the effectiveness of this approach especially in the area of speed of parallel reasoning and the handling of uncertainties, detection of Brute Force Attack (BFA) is used for demonstration. From the crisp results (0.0431, 0.0414, 0.4453, 0.1703 and 0.0414) obtained, it shows that the parallel processing capability of tFRSN P system could be used to rapidly reason and analyze the severity (possibility of an attack) from any network data.
Qualitative and Quantitative Modeling of the Artificial Citizens using Genetic Methods Salman, Muhammad; Klair, Hajra
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 4, No 1: April 2015
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Human Development Index is a key indicator of a country’s development as formulated by the United Nation. It determines a country’s progress in three main areas: Life Expectancy, Education and Income. A number of researches have been made for the understanding of how the different factors that together make up the Human development Index are correlated and to what extent each of them affects the HDI value. However, there are always certain unpredictable events that directly or indirectly affect the Human Development Index. Our project aims to incorporate the interdependencies between different factors of the HDI with the simulation of random events in an artificial population to establish the HDI value. This value is future forecasting as the HDI value output would be based upon the input values given by the user, including a certain number of years after which HDI is to be determined. The user would also have other options available to him which he can use to determine the HDI value. That is, after changing the values of various different factors upon which HDI depends by his own choice, the user can effectively study different elements affecting HDI. This can prove to be a great convenience in policy making. Genetic Algorithm is a technique that mimics the process of natural evolution. The essence of Genetic Algorithm is being employed in this system to generate artificial agents for Pakistan’s entire population. This population (represented as chromosomes of bit strings) would then undergo various genetic operations like fitness evaluation, cross-over and mutation. Then after certain generations of the initial population have evolved after a specific number of years as input by the user, the Human Development Index value would be calculated. This value would be determined from the statistical analysis of the population. This analysis has been encoded in the system and is result of extensive study of various research articles and books that facilitate in understanding how socio-economic parameters affect each other and the HDI.

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