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A Six Sigma Methodology based on Taguchi Robust Design for Enhancing Home Discharging Process Parameters
Galal-Abdella and Fairouz Ekshish

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The discharge time has a significant impact on the flow of patients from emergency department and their movements between different sections within a hospital. This paper applies the six sigma problem-solving methodology based on the Taguchi robust design method to reduce the variability around the discharge time which is then leads to enhance the baseline performance in terms of process sigma level.
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Dynamic Frequency Allocation Scheme of Mobile Networks using Priority Assignment Technique
Pankaj Bhambri and O. P. Gupta

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Cognitive Radio is a paradigm for wireless communication in which either a network or a wireless node changes its transmission or reception parameters to communicate effectively avoiding interference with licensed or unlicensed users. Cognitive Radio techniques provide the capability to use or share the spectrum in an opportunistic manner. In this paper, we have defined a priority assignment technique (CR+) so that spectrum can be used effectively and dynamically and there would be much heavily reduction in the forced termination of a handoff request.
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Web Based System Architecture
Amarjeet Singh

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The term Web-Based system refers to those applications or services that are resident on a server that is accessible using a Web browser and is therefore accessible from anywhere in the world via the Web. For a long time since its evolution, the internet was primarily used by university researchers and government organizations. The revolutionary application, which brought the Internet into public consciousness, was the World Wide Web. The WWW links documents stored on computers all round the world. In essence, WWW allows reference to documents on one computer to refer to textual or non-textual information stored on other computers connected to the Internet anywhere in the world. Information retrieval (IR) is the science of searching for documents, for information within documents and for metadata about documents, as well as that of searching relational databases and the World Wide Web. In this paper we design and develop different web based systems and architecture.
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Evaluation of Scattered photons from filter materials used in Medical X-rays Diagnosis using the EGS5 Code
D. O. Odeh, S. A. Jonah, H. Ali, G. O. Ogbanje

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In the diagnosis of patients using X-rays, the photons used can contribute to the unwanted radiation. The use of filters to minimise the dose and increase the useful photons for high image quality is considered by using an elemental filter between the source and the patient. The photons which are transmitted, scattered or reflected by the filters were observed using the EGS5 code. The filters considered elements with atomic number between 12 and 39 and with a range of tube power of energy 80, 100, 120 kV and with diameters of 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 6.0 mm. The results show that the scattered photons that can contribute to unnecessary radiation are Compton Scattered photons due to their wide angle from the source. By proper collimation of the X-rays, it can be useful in diagnosis without affecting image quality or contributing to unwanted radiation to the patient and laboratory staff.
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Impact of Different Wavelets for Discrete and Shift Invariant Wavelet Transforms on Partial Discharge Signal Denoising
Hemant Tulsani, Rashmi Gupta

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In this paper, the impact of two wavelet decomposition algorithms discrete wavelet transform and shift invariant wavelet transform using four different wavelets namely haar, db8, bior4.4 and sym4 and choice of different decomposition levels 4, 5 and 6 on denoising of one dimensional data has been presented. The data used is synthetic Partial Discharge Signal pulses immersed in white noise and discrete spectral interferences. Simulation results of denoising for each case are presented. All the simulations are done in MATLAB.
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Design and Implementation of Life Insurance Assets Management methods using Create Insurance System
Sai Divya Kalagatla, Chandra Babu K. and Mohana Roopa Y.

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The main target of LIAM is to control risk of operation-automation through online, assure policies registrations by the customers, maintain policy bonus in flexible periods, arrange facilitates the premiums flexi-pay modes, collect assets information (customer pay, details of branch and dues) and logistics. LIAM is an entire system which makes sure the entire process of business flow works diligently and smoothly.

The software CIS: LIAM is a WEB2.0 application software which is developed based on JAVA technology. LIAM system has unique policy schemes, different premiums can be integrated into one system. The integrity of these policy schemes is useful for LIAM to monitor the modules (e.g. chairman, manager, agent and customer) and also improves the trust among customers, decrease manpower and process time for the organization.

LIAM has four main factors to run the organization successfully which are chairman, manager, agent and customer. The chairman’s part is responsible to oversee that the whole system runs well and to monitor the type of policy, terms and conditions, payment and registration of different branch managers. The manager is responsible for the operation of premiums, dues and commissions. The agents are the responsible for customer registration and to achieve their targets and the customers in turn are the main resource for the system.

CIS will promote the assets management control, digitize assets information, and monitor the premium process. In a word, LIAM will be helpful for company to create their own competitive strength. How should and how the software be managed? What is the management concept or paradigm? Software professionals, if they think about management of software at all, think in terms of Configuration Management. This is not a method for over-all software management, but it merely controls software items versions. This is much too fine a level of granularity. LIAM begins with accurate and timely information. Managers tend to view software as something fortunately very necessary but troubling because, they have very little real information about it and control is still nebulous. Policy accounts and accountants view software as an incomprehensible intangible, neither wholly an expense nor really an asset. They do not have, nor do they produce information concerning it. Their data concerning software barely touches on direct outlays and contains no element of effort.
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