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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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Improve Security of Cloud Storage by Using Third Parity Authentication, One Time Password and Modified AES Encryption Algorithm Firas A. Abdulatif; Maan Zuhiar
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 7, No 1: April 2018
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (533.378 KB) | DOI: 10.11591/ijict.v7i1.pp24-30

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Cloud computing is a new term to provide application and hardware as service over the internet. Demand for cloud has increased dramatically in recent years. However, a major drawback for cloud adoption is lack of security so that we will try to solve some security issues related to cloud storage by design and implement a secure system to store privet data in cloud storage. This secure system provide secure login to cloud by using third parity authentication (smart phone) and one time password depend on chaotic system to prevent unauthorized people from get access to cloud and modified AES algorithms to encrypt the data in the cloud storage.
Soft Computing Methodology for Shelf Life Prediction of Processed Cheese Sumit Goyal; Gyanendra Kumar Goyal
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 1, No 1: June 2012
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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Feedforward multilayer models were developed for predicting shelf life of processed cheese stored at 30o C. Input variables were Soluble nitrogen, pH, Standard plate count, Yeast & mould count and Spore count. Sensory score was taken as output parameter for developing feedforward multilayer models. Mean square error, root mean square error, coefficient of determination and nash - sutcliffo coefficient performance measures were implemented for testing prediction potential of the soft computing models. The study revealed that soft computing multilayer models can predict shelf life of processed cheese.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ij-ict.v1i1.506
Coplanar Waveguide Fed Circularly Polarized Notch Band Antenna with Defected Ground Structure P Poorna Priya; Habibulla Khan; B T P Madhav
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 6, No 1: April 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1291.86 KB) | DOI: 10.11591/ijict.v6i1.pp58-68

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A compact printed wideband antenna with circular polarization is designed and the antenna parameters are analyzed in this work. Finite Element method based HFSS tool is used to design and simulate the antenna model. A basic structure of rectangular monopole is converted into a trapezoidal shape with tapered step ground. Different iterations of radiating element as well as defected ground structures are examined in this work to analyze the circular polarization characteristics of the antenna. A peak realized gain of 4.3dB and peak directivity of 3.8dB is attained from the current designed models. The design models are optimized and prototyped on FR4 substrate for measurement validation. By incorporating Split ring resonator (SRR) notch band characteristics are attained in the proposed wideband antenna.
2D Optical Fiber Wave Guide Design for Multi Haul Applications Venkata Raghavendra Miriampally
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 5, No 3: December 2016
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The optical communications had an exponential growth over the last few years, having a significant commercial market in optical systems and components. This growth has been extended across all application areas, from transcontinental and transoceanic distances to regional networks and lastly to campus and building wiring. This paper basically explains the concept of Optical fiber communication, the propagation of light inside the fiber and mainly the two dimensional design of optical fiber itself. The researcher discusses the parameters such as effective group delay, dispersion. Modes, Bending Loss, Material Loss, Mode field, Birefringence, Splice Loss, Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD), Effect of nonlinear Refractive Index. Finally we design the optical fiber with all the above mentioned parameters.
Comparison of the Resonant Frequency Determination of a Microstrip Patch Antenna using ANN and Analytical Methods Lahcen Aguni; Samira Chabaa; Saida Ibnyaich; Abdelouhab Zeroual
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 6, No 1: April 2017
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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In this paper we are interested to calculate the resonant frequency of rectangular patch antenna using artificial neural networks based on the multilayered perceptrons. The artificial neural networks built, transforms the inputs which are, the width of the patch W, the length of the patch L, the thickness of the substrate h and the dielectric permittivity to the resonant frequency fr which is an important parameter to design a microstrip patch antenna.The proposed method based on artificial neural networks is compared to some analytical methods using some statistical criteria. The obtained results demonstrate that artificial neural networks are more adequate to achieve the purpose than the other methods and present a good argument with the experimental results available in the literature. Hence, the artificial neural networks can be used by researchers to predict the resonant frequency of a rectangular patch antenna knowing length (L), width (W), thickness (h) and dielectric permittivity with a good accuracy.
Noval advance non-linear descriptor and characteristic equivalency to predict CT from MRI image Sowmya Bachu; Shrutibhargava Choubey; Abhishek Choubey
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 9, No 1: April 2020
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Attenuation correction designed for PET/MR hybrid imaging frameworks along with portion making arrangements used for MR-based radiation treatment remain testing because of lacking high-energy photon weakening data. We present a new method so as to uses the learned nonlinear neighborhood descriptors also highlight coordinating toward foresee pseudo-CT pictures starting T1w along with T2w MRI information. The nonlinear neighborhood descriptors are acquired through anticipating the direct descriptors interested in the nonlinear high-dimensional space utilizing an unequivocal constituent guide also low-position guess through regulated complex regularization. The nearby neighbors of every near descriptor inside the data MR pictures are looked during an obliged spatial extent of the MR pictures among the training dataset. By that point, the pseudo-CT patches are evaluated through k-closest neighbor relapse. The planned procedure designed for pseudo-CT forecast is quantitatively broke downward on top of a dataset comprising of coordinated mind MRI along with CT pictures on or after 13 subjects.
Two Term Approximation for Near Field Analysis of Wire Scatterers Vaibhav Suresh Yavalkar
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 4, No 3: December 2015
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This paper presents an analysis of near field of wire scatterers. In this paper, the exact distribution on wire scatterers is approximated using a more accurate two term approximation for the ease of closed form analysis. It has been shown that the results obtained using the two term approximation are very close to the cosinusoidal distribution for the element length up to 0.7  with less than 5% error in the field evaluated from this approximation. This analysis formulation is useful in estimating fields form wire scatterers, mutual coupling in an array of scatterers or analysis of Yagi-Uda antennas.
Circularly Polarized Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna with Finite Ground Plane Sanyog Rawat; Kamlesh Kumar Sharma
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 4, No 2: August 2015
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In this paper a new geometry of patch antenna is proposed with improved bandwidth and circular polarization. The radiation performance of circularly polarized rectangular patch antenna is investigated by applying IE3D simulation software and its performance is compared with that of conventional rectangular patch antenna. Finite Ground truncation technique is used to obtain the desired results. The simulated return loss, axial ratio and smith chart with frequency for the proposed antenna is reported in this paper. It is shown that by selecting suitable ground-plane dimensions, air gap and location of the slits, the impedance bandwidth can be enhanced upto 10.15 % as compared to conventional rectangular patch (4.24%) with an axial ratio bandwidth of 4.05%.  
Cloud computing survey on services, enhancements and challenges in the era of machine learning and data science Wajid Hassan; Te-Shun Chou; Omar Tamer; John Pickard; Patrick Appiah-Kubi; Leslie Pagliari
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 9, No 2: August 2020
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Cloud computing has sweeping impact on the human productivity. Today it’s used for Computing, Storage, Predictions and Intelligent Decision Making, among others. Intelligent Decision Making using Machine Learning has pushed for the Cloud Services to be even more fast, robust and accurate. Security remains one of the major concerns which affect the cloud computing growth however there exist various research challenges in cloud computing adoption such as lack of well managed service level agreement (SLA), frequent disconnections, resource scarcity, interoperability, privacy, and reliability. Tremendous amount of work still needs to be done to explore the security challenges arising due to widespread usage of cloud deployment using Containers. We also discuss Impact of Cloud Computing and Cloud Standards. Hence in this research paper, a detailed survey of cloud computing, concepts, architectural principles, key services, and implementation, design and deployment challenges of cloud computing are discussed in detail and important future research directions in the era of Machine Learning and Data Science have been identified.
Enhanced whale optimization algorithm for active power loss diminution Kanagasabai Lenin
International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT) Vol 9, No 1: April 2020
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In this paper Enhanced whale Optimization Algorithm (EWO) proposed to solve the optimal reactive power problem. Whale optimization algorithm is modeled by Bubble-net hunting tactic. In the projected optimization algorithm an inertia weight ω ∈ [1, 0] has been introduced to perk up the search ability. Whales are commonly moving 10-16 meters down then through the bubbles which are created artificially then they encircle the prey and move upward towards the surface of sea. Proposed Enhanced whale optimization algorithm (EWO) is tested in standard IEEE 57 bus systems and power loss reduced considerably.

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