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IJSER August issue volume 3 issue 8 has 244 papers.
Paper review
All areas of engineering and science like Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Medical Science, Geology,
Statistics, Accounting, Social Science, Mathematics, Management and Economics are covered (the areas are not
limited to the following):
Papers of significance in this issue.
Al-Kadeeb, Siham, A . Al-Rokban ,Ahlam ,H. and Awad, F presented paper on Characterization and Identification of A
ctinomycetes Isolated From Contaminated Soil in Riyadh where they collected 20 soil samples to isolate heavy
metals resistant actinomycetes. Sites were chosen toward the four geographical directions, east, west, south and
north of the gold factory in the second industrial city in Riyadh region at Saudi Arabia. Results have shown that the
best growth medium for actinomycetes isolation was the Agar-Albumin medium. The recorded results showed that
S. diastaticus and S. albus were the most tolerant actinomycetes to the concentration 1 mM/25 ml medium of
aluminum, silver and cobalt.
The major topic of this issue is evaluation of seismic behaviour and seismic evaluation of framed structures.

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IJSER September issue volume 3 issue 9 has 144 papers.
Paper review
All areas of engineering and science like Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Medical Science, Geology, Statistics, Accounting, Social Science, Mathematics, Management and Economics are covered (the areas are not limited to the following):
Papers of significance in this issue.
Analytical Method For Calculation of Temperature of The Produced Water In Geothermal Wells presented by F.P. Codo, A. Adomou and V. Adanhounmè explains heat transmission is involved in drilling and all producing operations. This phenomenon is explained as fluids move through a wellbore, there is a transfer of heat between the fluids and the earth due to the difference between the fluids and the geothermal temperatures. H. J. Ramey developed in 1962 an approach of solution which investigated the wellbore heat transmission to provide engineering methods useful in production and injection operations. Nowadays the energy production in the case of the renewable energies particularly in the case of the geothermal energy, which has generated a considerable interest the past few years. A simple mathematical estimation is used for prediction of the temperature produced by geothermal hot water, is the refinements of the so-called Ramey-theory. The solution supposes that the heat transfer in the wellbore is steady-state, while the transfer to the earth is unsteady radial conduction. Fields and calculated results of Hungarian production wells of Zsori-4 and Bogács (4-17), are presented and analyzed to establish the appropriateness and the usefulness of the study.
Solar thermal water heating system designing using F-chart Method is explained by paper presented by I. F. Okafor and G. Akubue. Solar energy systems convert solar energy into useful energy. But the performance of these systems depends on weather and exhibit a nonlinear dependence. This makes it difficult to accurately analyze their performance by simply observing their response to short-term or average weather conditions. Thus this work analyzes the use of f-chart method in designing liquid solar heating systems due to its simplicity and ability to estimate the fraction of total heating load supplied by solar heating system. This method is widely used in designing both active and passive solar heating systems, especially in selecting the sizes and type of solar collectors that provide the hot water and heating loads. It designs solar water heating system for a family of six in Nsukka community using f-chart method and the annual fraction of the load supplied is 0.44, indicating that 44% of the annual load is supplied by solar energy. It also presented the design considerations for long-term performance for the solar water heating system, f-chart validation and its limitations. Keywords: Solar energy, f-chart method, water heater.
Little Mahendra, Ravi David Austin, Jaideep Mahendra, S. Senthil kumar, A.John William Felix present paper on Relationship between Psychological Stress, Serum Cortisol, Expression of MMP-1 and Chronic Periodontitis in Male Police Personnel. Methodology: Fifty male police personnel were selected and their Clinical parameters such
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as plaque index, Sulcus Bleeding Index, Probing Pocket Depth and Clinical attachment level were recorded. Stress was measured using a stress questionnaire. Blood sample was collected and serum cortisol level was evaluated using ELISA. Expression of MMP-1 was evaluated by RT-PCR. Results: The clinical, psychological and biochemical data were statistically significant with p value Mr. Manojkumar S. Sonawane , Ms.Mayura V. Gujarathi present paper on Multiprocessing and multithreading that is any object or thing in computer has its own “Monitor” So at a time only one task (program, process, or thread) can enter into monitor. So point to discuss is, at the depth or by looking from monitors view Where is the Multitasking (Multiprogramming, Multiprocessing, Multithreading)????? Even though there are DUAL Core Processors. So this paper discusses how we can achieve a real Multitasking, Multiprocessing & Multithreading by creating and maintaining number of monitors.
Mrs. Ketaki S. Pathak, Ms. Pooja S. Mauskar, Mrs. Pratima Bhalekar present paper on application of Nanotechnology in agriculture and good processing like packaging. This briefing paper discusses the state of the art of nanotechnology R&D and products in food and nutrition. After a short explanation of what nanotechnology is, present and expected future applications of nanotechnology in agriculture and food are discussed.

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IJSER October issue volume 3 issue 10 has 244 papers.
Papers review

All areas of engineering and science like Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Medical Science, Geology,
Statistics, Accounting, Social Science, Mathematics, Management and Economics are covered (the areas are not
limited to the following):

Papers of significance in this issue.
Syed Shabib-ul-Hasan, Hina Naz presents paper on branchless banking which is a substitute for Hawala system in
Pakistan. Branchless banking particularly involves no formal banking system. Internet, SMS banking, mobile banking,
ATM’s, POS and EFTPOS. Mobile banking is the most prevalent ways of branchless banking. Hawala is an informal,
traditional system for financial transactions which is devoid of money transaction but involves transaction among
parties on mutual trust basis. This work is done with the aim to acknowledge the importance of branchless banking
in financial transactions and can it really help us in fighting against money laundering and other illicit functioning
through Hawala, which is widely used in underdeveloped and developing countries like Pakistan. Furthermore, this
paper also aims at highlighting the similarity between Hawala and Mobile Banking and to explore if these similarities
could bring the unbanked population into financial mainstream.
Jaswinder Singh Dilawari, Dr. Ravinder Khanna present paper on reproduction of Images by Gamut Mapping and
Creation of New Test Charts in Prepress Process. The paper explains that Gamut mapping has been designed for
colour reproduction to produce identical picture at device output since keeping picture visualization uniformity is
problematic as each scanning device has its own colour and hence universal colour profiles are made by ICC to bring
uniformity in various types of devices. Keeping that colour profile in mind various new colour charts are created and
calibrated with the help of standard IT8 test charts available in the market.
Rametulla Ferati, Njazi Bytyqi, Elsana Aqifi present paper on Effects of application of standard ISO 9001 in
profitability of SME in the Republic of Macedonia. The paper explains the importance of implementation of ISO
9001 in the profitability of small and medium enterprises in the Republic of Macedonia. Our analysis has synthesized
succeeded benefits from the application of this standard based on theoretical and empirical research in recent years.

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IJSER September issue volume 3 issue 11 has 107 papers.
Papers review

All areas of engineering and science like Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Medical Science, Geology,
Statistics, Accounting, Social Science, Mathematics, Management and Economics are covered

Papers of significance in this issue.
Azharuddin Allamin Shaikh, Dattatraya Shashikant Shitole presented paper on Micro-electromechanical System
(Mems) Sensor The paper focuses on description of development of micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) sensor
technology, its current use in sensing mechanism and future technological trends MEMS promises to revolutionize
nearly every product category by bringing together silicon based microelectronics with micro machining technology.
This paper provides a technical and commercial insight into the applications of MEMS technology to physical and
molecular sensors from the present day.

Prof. Samir K. Bandyopadhyay, Biswajita Datta, Sudipta Roy present paper on Identifications of concealed weapon
in a Human Body. This method is proposed for improvement of the security of the public as well as the safety of
public assets like airports, buildings, and railway stations etc as manual screening procedure gives unsatisfactory
results when the object is not in the range of security personnel and when there is an uncontrolled flow of people.
The goal is to develop an automatic detection and recognition system of concealed weapons using sensor
technologies and image processing. This paper focussed on development of technique for concealed weapon
detection by the help of fusion technology.
The paper Intelligent Belt for the Blind is presented by Sneha Venkateswar, Ninad Mehendale which is an initiative
for blind welfare by development of Electronic Blind Mobility Aid that helps blind people to travel autonomously
using sensors mounted on a belt to be worn around the waist. Blind people cannot always travel alone due to the
various obstacles that come in their path. A blind belt can be used to extend the user’s range of sensation. It is
usually worn around the waist as an obstacle detector. They can be forewarned about obstacles with the help of the
headphones and speakers. This will allow them to benefit from a system that they can use every day and hence
making the blind person independent, while being able to identify potential risks, obstacles and routes.
K.Sirisha Assoc.prof , Dr. Ramesh Patnaik present paper on Implememtation Of Moving Object Tracking And
Determination Of Velocity Using DSK which is a technique used for tracking and following of moving object in a
sequence of frames and the velocity of the object is determined by using efficient algorithms for improving the
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implemented on TMS320C6416T DSP Starter Kit (DSK). The algorithms developed can also be used for other
applications (real time, tracking of moving objects, etc.).

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IJSER December issue volume 3 issue 12 has 220 papers.sss
Paper review.
All areas of engineering and science like Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Medical Science, Geology,
Statistics, Accounting, Social Science, Mathematics, Management and Economics are covered (the areas are not
limited to the following):
Papers of significance in this issue.
UAV Flight Control Using SONAR paper presented by T.A. Mithu, M. Hossain, S. Faruque reviews different flight
control techniques of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), the one proposed in this is by using SONAR (Sound Navigation
and Ranging). SONAR is characterized by method in which human operator transmits signal from ground station to
the aircraft. After receiving the ground signal, different frequencies of sound are generated from the cockpit of the
aircraft which then pass through the metallic body of vehicle. Different functional units of the aircraft respond to the
respective sound signal and convert sound energy into electrical form and accordingly perform the assigned
operation by using it.

Paper presented by Kamrul Hassan, Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Fatema-Tuz-Zohra, Mohammad Sakib Hossain,
R.M.M.Hasan on IR card security system used in Multi-Level Automatic Car Parking is especially useful to overcome
with the increasing population of developing Countries where the transportation section are now in an alarming
position. Multi-Level Automatic car parking system is now looking feasible to adopt more easily. This project will
include the design and construction of a Microcontroller based Multi-Level automatic car parking system. IR
technique has been used because it is cheap cheap, does not require manual inspection or optical scanning and its
interrogators can be integrated with IT infrastructure (databases, etc).
Dr.Sumita Mukherjee presents a paper on Cool Mind Management using yoga and meditation. Yoga therapy has
proliferated in India with the establishment of yoga hospitals and clinics. Cool Mind Management comes from the
mind of Dr.Sumita, when she was taking class of the Management students at Lexicon Institute of Management
Education Pune. She thought that each and every level of managers are responsible for the Complete team / work
force / human resource/ man & materials throughout their managerial post, therefore they must have a super cool
mind that’s why She has started research in cool mind management system. The practice of Cool mind management
sets in motion a process that leads to the restoration of a manager’s physical and mental well-being.
Soumik Banerjee, Shubhashrita Basu present paper on social networking sites and their impact on human
behaviour Social networking-the new language of 21st century-is the theme of our ensuing discussion. We take a
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have highlighted how where authors have constructed a mathematical model to demonstrate that it is more
profitable for the producers to advertise for their products through e-networking, rather than through traditional
media. Finally, just as everything, social networking has its flip side as well where a deeper look into the cons of
social networking is undertaken as well as proposing certain policies to curb the different ill effects of social
networking which can be adopted.

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Impact of Technology on Teaching and learning
(Prof. (Dr.) Y.P.Singh)

Director, KLS Institute of Engineering & Technology, Chandok, Bijnor U.P.
Affiliated to Mahamaya Technical University, C-22, Sector-62, Noida, U.P. Email:ypsingh10@rediffmail.com, 9810516527, 9758803500

With the advent of technology, life becomes more imperative and lean towards more effective learning. Teaching and
learning is a continuous and life long process .with implementation of ICT enabled services in the teaching and learning
process in our institutions sooner or later we will in the front line of the globe for effective and skillful learning. We
believe in excellence in education through constant evolution and continuous innovations in the teaching –learning
process. World is changing and evolving fast, during the 21st
century changes in the ICT sector have been
unprecedented. one have to pace with need of modern society and its changing face.The main aim for deploying the
ICT is to empower children and teachers to matchup to the demand of the modern society.
By implementation of ICT supported learning in class rooms, younger scholars are introduced to a realm of
opportunities, wherein they can explore and study. We must believe and act from traditional chalk and talk methods.
Which will prepare and provide the winning edge to both our children and teachers? Furthermore it saves times as
technology aided classrooms provide quick solutions, simulated lectures, question bank on variety of topics. All of our
children and teachers are tech savvy and comfortable in meeting the challenges of outside world. By implementing the
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engineering and mathematics. It also has led to pronounced and heightened academic standards and ahs brought about
15-20 percent enhancement in the performance of students.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 2, February 2013 , By Amir J. Majid
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:55:10 pm »
Thoughts on Engineering Education and Offered Programs

Amir J. Majid

The profession of engineering is essential for the development of any region, country or society worldwide.
Engineering has played an important role in human kind progress and prosperity for the last couple of centuries.
It is therefore necessary to update engineering education and programs to cope with emerging technologies and
innovations.
In order to offer efficient and competitive engineering programs, the following thoughts and observations are
highlighted for academics and educational policy makers.

Though 1: Programs Credit Hours

Are we degrading the engineering profession by reducing number of credit hours, deleting courses; even basic
engineering and science courses, eliminating courses accompanied lab works and merging two or more courses’
contents. Many regional universities and worldwide are following this policy in order to compete in students
enrolment and intake.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2013 , By Anuj Kumar Gupta
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:54:21 pm »
Being a part of the Editorial Board member of this journal I welcome you all and thankful for submitting your valuable
research works. Knowing your own interest is not an easy goal to achieve with perfection though. But, one should
develop keen interest in studying the effects and applications of engineering and science in their researches. Any
person’s mind is like a closed pot when it is not exposed to outside world. So this journal is a very good platform to make
your work, ideas and innovations to get presented at universal level.

It is an amazing tool to explore your potential. During education one gets exposure and assistance to drive out its way.
New and brighter ideas pop in their minds, which can make the knowledge base bigger. After grasping the most out of it,
a trained researcher could start work with relevant knowledge which would help him during the rest of research. The
richness of journal is the most important factor. Richness means the quality of previously published papers of the journal
and the number of citations to papers of the journal. Other factors such as the way the journal reviews the papers and
which academies and institutions index journal papers would be considered too. Young researchers should be keen to
learn to new things and read about them with full interest. They should read novel and new manuscripts published in
reputes journals and presented in conferences to keep themselves informed about current / latest researches in the
field of bioinformatics. They should also try to access good datasets because the dataset you are starting your work with,
probably will be the dataset you chose to continue to work on because at that time you would have become familiar
with it.

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It’s no secret that power is emerging as the most critical issues in system-on-chip (SoC) design today. Power management is becoming an increasingly urgent problem for almost every category of design, as power density-measured in watts per square millimeter-rises at an alarming rate.
Moving a design from an old technology to a newer one, with smaller design rules, has always been, up to now, an interesting way to lower the power consumption. Indeed, the overall parasitic capacitances are decreased, the available active current per device is higher, and, consequently, the same performance can be achieved with a lower supply voltage. Moving to a new technology generation, however, induces a scale down of the power supply voltage (VDD), the threshold voltage (VT), and the gate oxide thickness (TOX). Beginning with the 0.18μm technologies, it appeared that building a transistor with a good active current (ION) and a low leakage current (IOFF) was becoming more difficult. Since the advent of CMOS technology, an increased number of transistors per die and greater performance have been the primary driving factors for the semiconductor industry and process technology. The ability to integrate more transistors per die allowed chip manufacturers to put more components of a system into a single package and thus reduce not only just the sizes of the electronic devices we use today but also the cost and delay. The intense competition in the semiconductor industry has forced chip manufacturers pursue these great goals.
However, the increase in the number of devices due to the increase in device density has more than compensated for the decrease in the parasitic capacitance of a single device. In addition to shortened battery life for portable electronics, higher power consumption results in aggravated on-chip temperatures, which can result
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in a reduced operating life for the IC. For portable electronics, longer battery life is the most important design constraint.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 5, May 2013 , By Kamal K. Pandey
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:53:16 pm »
New trend in technology for enhanced qualit Wireless Mesh Network:
Alternative of Broadband Internet Connection
Kamal K. Pandey

Head, Department of Computer Science
Pal College of Technology & Management
Uttarakhand (India)

Suppose you want a broadband internet connection but you are operating it in a county with more cows than
people, and DSL and cable simply aren’t available? Having access to fast broadband is important for both
individuals and businesses. If you are in a rural area, it is unlikely that you will have access to cable broadband.
Wireless Mesh Networks have become popular and are used everywhere as an alternative to broadband
connections. The ease of configuration of wireless mesh LAN, the mobility of clients, and the large coverage
make it attractive choice for supporting wireless technology in LAN and MAN. The most recent report from the
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development ranks the U.S. 12th in total broadband penetration.
“There are a slew of technologies out there, but it looks like fixed wireless has taken forefront, [with] satellite
service being a good alternative in some areas,” Scott Lindsay, head of the Rural Broadband Coalition in
Washington said.
Wireless mess technology, an end-to-end solution specifically designed for service providers deploying wireless
community services for cities, has the flexibility and capacity required to deliver many different applications to
millions of users across an entire city. ISPs can offer many different services on their network. The types of
services offered depend on the competitive environment and the business needs of the service provider. A local
cable company could use a community Wi-Fi network as a mobility enhancement for their residential
broadband service. ISPs that provide dial-up service may move to Wi-Fi as a way to own a broadband
connection to their customers. Rural telephone companies could operate Wi-Fi networks as their primary
infrastructure for reaching their customers.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2013 , By Rahul Mukherjee
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:52:43 pm »
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Increasing Diversity bringing sublime changes in Engineering
Pedagogy
Rahul Mukherjee

Scientists and engineers with diverse backgrounds, interests, and cultures can produce better scientific and
technological results, as well as ensure the best uses of varied technologies & to obtain those results.

Earlier, the National Science Foundation (NSF) reported some positive news in its 1998 report on Women,
Minorities and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering (1999):
 In last two decades the world had seen drastic changes & advancements in the engineering domain
pertaining to various diversities.
 The number of students enrolled and earning undergraduate science and engineering degrees continues
to increase.
 Between 1982 and 1994, the percentage of students taking basic and advanced math courses doubled.
In the U.S. and abroad, calls abound for attracting students to engineering in high school, for providing
incentives to students to complete their engineering degrees, and for increasing funding for engineering
programs. Why? The argument is simple: we face unprecedented global challenges and opportunities, from the
need for clean water and clean energy to fighting cyber terrorism. These challenges demand new ideas, and one
obvious approach is simply to increase volume. After all:
More engineers = More innovation
In some sense, this equation is hard to dispute. But it misses an equally powerful possibility:
More diverse engineers = More innovation
In other words, responding to the economic, social and environmental challenges of the coming century will
take more than increased number of engineers. It will require a more diverse population of engineers which will
pertain a dedicated & logical approach to the upcoming challenges.
Diverse perspectives are critical for addressing the multi-disciplinary, global problems we face. Furthermore,
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world’s problems, we need to have a more diverse set of people pursuing engineering. So perhaps it’s time to
rethink what we mean by diversity.
Diversity is important, and so is a renewed commitment to career and technical education programs at the
secondary and post-secondary level. This has been shown to not only improve student achievement but also
help bridge emerging economic skills gaps.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 7, July 2013 , By Serkan Araci
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:52:06 pm »
We are excited to inform all previous and future contributors, as well as readers, that the International Journal of
Scientific and Engineering Research have been aimed to continue publication in the part of the mathematical Subjects.
We are honored to continue to act as in Editorial Board. We are confident that the journal will have a much stronger
impact in the near future. The International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research is a peer-reviewed journal.
One of the aims of this journal is to report Analytic numbers theory and its applications where the essentiality of the
Analytic numbers theory, q-series and q-analysis and sructure between engineering mathematics are highlighted. This
journal will accept high quality papers containing original research results and survey articles of exceptional good
qualities which deserve praise. Continuing to publish as an international journal, all articles published in the IJSER will be
freely available for anyone to view as before. The existing coverage in the indexing and abstracting services will also
continue continuously. All manuscripts submitted to International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research will be
subjected to a quick and impartial closed peer-review process. The Editorial Boards will initially examine the manuscripts
to check the suitability of papers. Based on reviews, and the recommendations from the assigned editors, who will
inform authors regarding acceptance of their manuscripts. Upon acceptance, the articles will appear online immediately.
We are delighted to be taking the International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research and look forward to
disseminating high quality research developments to the academic community.

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IJSER Editorials / Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2013 , By Sukanchan Palit
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:51:36 pm »
Man’s vision, mankind’s vision and progress of science and
technology-the inspirations and visions to target for the future.
Sukanchan Palit

Assistant Professor(Senior), Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun-248007, Uttarakhand, India.
Email-sukanchan68@gmail.com, sukanchan07@yahoo.com
Phone-0091-8958728093

Introduction:
The domain of science and technology is moving at a rapid pace and with a visionary zeal. There are immense
challenges to target in the future and the future is bright as well as thought provoking. Man’s vision is wide,
versatile and proven. A scientist’s vision in the same manner is immense and far-reaching. The question of
ground –breaking validities of scientific visions and scientific inventions comes into the mind of the common
people. The space age led to the ushering in of nuclear age and that laid the foundation to the innovative internet
era. Thus , today in this critical juncture , the questions which arises are the mind boggling issues of human
benefits of today’s scientific inventions. The progress of science and technology is vast and rapid. The fruits are
ever –reaching and surpassing visionary frontiers.
Innovation, ideas and the future path to progress:
The progress of science and technology in the twentieth and twenty first century is ground breaking and far
reaching. Man’s scientific zeal and the urge for knowledge is boundless. The fruits and gifts of science and
technology will only be successful if only validation is achieved thus reaching the common mass. The
difficulties and the immense challenges will be there but the boundaries of hurdles needs to be surpassed.

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IJSER is proud to announce the publication of the fourth volume for October 2013 of the
International Journal of Science & Engineering Research. This Journal provides a glimpse
into a few of the many high quality research activities conducted by the talented researchers
around the world. The Journal is a compilation of outstanding papers from numerous
disciplines submitted by students, researchers and scientists who have been involved in
research, scholarly, and creative activities. The papers are through with an enhanced skill set,
including better problem solutions, critical thinking, and team-working skills. Since many
researchers who are highly qualified in their region, support of academic and research has a
direct and positive impact on the upcoming researchers. We would like to express our sincere
thanks to all those scientists for choosing IJSER from the first volume of the Journal since
year 2010 and making it to 2013 now. We would like to especially thank the editorial
members of the IJSER team for their constant support over past 3 years and also a welcome
to the new members joining the team. Many thanks to the paper review committee for their
constant support in timely reviewing the papers to the best of their expertise knowledge. The
support from prominent regional businesses and organizations is greatly appreciated and
essential for the advancement of research and journal wellbeing. There is a wide range of
paper submission all the way from technology to social science titles like “Economic aspects
of Grasscutter Farming in Southwest Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Adoption and
Conservation” by Adedapo Ayo Aiyeloja and Adekunle Anthony Ogunjinmi explaining in
detail about Economic aspects of grasscutter farming and their implications for sustainable
adoption and conservation were studied in Ondo, Osun and Oyo States, southwest Nigeria.
Data were collected through questionnaire administration from 4 Local Government Areas in
Ondo and Osun States while they were collected in 5 Local Government Areas in Oyo State
where grasscutter farming has been adopted and extended to the deep technical titles like
“Process Automation versus Power System Automation” by Anannya Mukherjee explaining
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IJSER is proud to announce the publication of the volume for November 2013 of the
International Journal of Science & Engineering Research. This Journal provides a glimpse
into a few of the many high quality research activities conducted by the talented researchers
around the world. The Journal is a compilation of outstanding papers from numerous
disciplines submitted by students, researchers and scientists who have been involved in
research, scholarly, and creative activities. The papers are through with an enhanced skill set,
including better problem solutions, critical thinking, and team-working skills. Since many
researchers who are highly qualified in their region, support of academic and research has a
direct and positive impact on the upcoming researchers. We would like to express our sincere
thanks to all those scientists for choosing IJSER from the first volume of the Journal since
year 2010 and making it to 2013 now. We would like to especially thank the editorial
members of the IJSER team for their constant support over past 3 years and also a welcome
to the new members joining the team. Many thanks to the paper review committee for their
constant support in timely reviewing the papers to the best of their expertise knowledge. The
support from prominent regional businesses and organizations is greatly appreciated and
essential for the advancement of research and journal wellbeing. There is a wide range of
paper submission all the way from technology to social science titles like “A Framework of
Secure Biometric Based Online Exam Authentication: An Alternative To Traditional Exam”
by T. Ramu, Dr.T. Arivoli and extended to the deep technical titles like “Routing
Methodology for Secure Transmission of data in Virtual Private Networks” by Mahalakshmi
C, Ramaswamy M.

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