Title: APPLICATION AND SIMULATION OF ROUTE OPTIMIZATION IN MOBILE IP
Authors: Geethanjali N
Abstract: Mobile Internet Protocol has been proposed by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to support portable IP addresses for mobile devices that often change their network access points to the Internet. In the basic mobile IP protocol, datagrams sent from wired or wireless hosts and destined for the mobile host that is away from home, have to be routed through the home agent. Nevertheless, datagrams sent from mobile hosts to wired hosts can be routed directly. This asymmetric routing, called ?triangle routing,? is often far from optimal and ?route optimization? has been proposed to address this problem. In this paper, we present the deep description and implementation of ?route optimization?, Authentication extension to mobile IP in the ns-2 simulator. We illustrate simulations of the mobile IP with route optimization with simulation scenarios, parameters, and simulations results.
Title: Applications Of Orcad Pspice Software in Designing, Simulation And Analysis of Various Applications of Operational Amplifier
Authors: Rajender kumar and Krishan Kumar
Abstract: This paper introduces a generalized method for simulating the various applications of operational amplifier generally termed as op-amps using Orcad PSpice. Now days engineering education is taught using simulation software. The usefulness of this SPICE software in learning various application of op-amp is enormous than proto typing practical laboratory. This PSPICE software?s which are important part of engineering education plays significant role in analyzing and simulating the various applications of op-amp such as adder, substractor, log & antilog amplifier, differentiator, integrator, multivibrator, waveform generators and comparator. We will present some designing, analysis and simulation of specific applications of op-amp using this software?s in detail which plays a vital role in various field of engineering.
Title: STBC-SM BASED RELATIVE ESTIMATION OF GOLDEN AND DStTD CODES
Authors: R.P.Yadav, GarimaMathur, Sarita Boolchandani and Shruti Sikarwar
Abstract: The Golden code has recently been proposed as a 2x 2 space time block code that achieves the optimal diversity- multiplexing gain tradeoff for a multiple antenna system. Double Space Time Transmit Diversity (DSTTD) is an open loop MIMO system with 4 transmits antennas. DSTTD achieves the best performance in rich scattering channels, spatial correlation degrade the performance. Spatial modulation (SM) is a low complexity modulation scheme which is recently proposed for multiple antenna wireless systems. SM is unable to achieve transmit diversity but it provides multiplexing gain by averting inter channel interference with respect to single antenna system. The aim of this paper is to present the design of multiple?antenna wireless systems that exploit the SM concept and can achieve transmit?diversity gain. A new modulation concept STBC-SM is discussed which outperformed Golden and DSTTD codes at higher SNR levels.
Title: Implementation of Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) for Stability Analysis in Power System using Advanced control techniques
Authors: B.Gopinath, Dr.S.Suresh Kumar and Juvan Michael
Abstract: Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) technology was introduced to overcome the operational difficulties with conventional method of power compensation. Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) is a sort of multi-function controller that can influence the transmission parameters individually or simultaneously. UPFC allows precise control of both real and reactive power flow in transmission line. This paper deals with the advanced control technique for UPFC to provide effective real and reactive power compensation. Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference Controller (ANFIC) concept is introduced to control the system under different operating conditions. The computer simulations are done by MATLAB/SIMULINK.
Title: Survey on Methods of Text Extraction from Handwritten Documents
Authors: Anjana.H.S. and Prasad.M.R
Abstract: Text-line extraction from handwritten documents has still remained as a challenging problem. It is easy to identify the characters from a machine printed text since there will be uniformity in spacing between characters, words and sentences. Each and every line will be distributed according to some estimated line space. In case of handwritten documents, the handwriting differs from a person to person. Some of the charac-ters may be overlapped, line orientations may differ, the characters may be curled or there may be variations in line to line space etc.. So it is very difficult to extract the identified characters or text-lines. In order to address these problems, a number of methods have been employed. This paper gives an overview of the methods of text extraction from handwritten documents. This paper is to give exposure to the basic concepts on text extraction and their relative merits and demerits.
Title: Automatic turn indicator identification system
Authors: J.Kaushik and A.Jayanth Balaji
Abstract: This paper deals with the use of RF module and Microcontroller to warn the vehicle about the direction that the previous vehicle is going to turn. This system will alert the driver with the audio alert as well as message on LCD
Title: Automated Static Data Flow Analysis
Authors: Ishwari Aghav, Vishal Tathe, Aashay Zajriya and Dr. Emmanuel M.
Abstract: A large part of computer programs consists of data declarations. Thus, an increased focus on data flow analysis should be considered. We propose to have a utility that lists the data dependency in static source code for data flow analysis. Data flow analysis can be used can be used to improve the process of software development as it helps in analyzing the existing code and develop new program by modifying or extracting modules to use them in new programs. Detecting the data dependency in a given code helps the programmer to write efficient code. We have used open source compiler LLVM with Clang as its front end to interpret C/C++ code.
Title: Real Time Object Monitoring System
Authors: Smita Deshmukh
Abstract: A system for real time monitoring of connected objects via our phone. The objects continuously send their current state to our centralized system. Users interested in monitoring connect to the object via our apps from their mobile phone, and the updates are seen by them directly inside the app or online. The objects could be people, vehicle, web-sites, laptop, etc. Consider a remote system for which we can provide a monitoring technology for its current state. Users connect with the system?s IntouchId via our app, and then get data shared by their system with them. This information is shown in different forms of charts and graphs giving user a nice overview and analytics of the activity happening in the system. For the entire operation, the product makes use of IntouchId as a medium to connect different devices and/with users.