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IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 3, March 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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The Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (IJSER) was born practically with an independent idea of bringing
the research work to the wider world as an open access journal, which was conceived for starting in the year 2010.
The aim was to provide a forum to bring together scientists and engineers, particularly the users of multidisciplinary
areas of Industrial, Scientific and Medical applications. The first issue of IJSER was formed 2 years ago, with topics
that look new even today, such as “An Effective Approach for Protecting Web from SQL Injection Attacks”. The
concerns existed, as exemplified in the paper some SQL injection effects on the WWW.
The scope of the current issue Journal was defined shortly after ICNCS’12 sponsored the symposia in India in Jan
2012, announcing that it would publish new technical and scientific papers, accounts of research and development in
progress, abstracts of thesis and other information relevant to Technical Industry and research. Since the ICNCS’12
was announced, the published papers were prepared especially for the journal in order to produce the high quality
and pertinent documents that every person working in web and cyber security. Many people are involved in this
process, beginning with the authors who submit their papers and the materials needed during the page setting, the
reviewers by lending their expertise and time, giving their opinions on technical, scientific, mathematical and
experimental analysis, as well as state of the art. The reviewers comments are useful in helping the Editorial Board
make decisions regarding acceptance of a given paper; providing criticisms that help the authors to improve their
papers as well as, maintaining the quality and pertinence of the IJSER. The conference turned out to be a huge
success and the so the quality of papers publishes under the name of IJSER was another success to discuss.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
« Last post by ijser.editor on April 12, 2014, 02:05:43 pm »
It is my pleasure to write the Editorial. The idea of International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER) has been germinating for over 2 years and finally the idea has come to fruition. The IJSER is grateful to the team and the authors for making this Journal a reality. The Editorial Board is represented by expertise members with support and contributions from authors, students and scientists across the globe. This shows major projects can be realized when different sectors work collaboratively. In time, the IJSER will become a recognized forum for learning and exchange of ideas by and for professionals in the research industry.
An important decision made by the Editorial Board prior to launch was that the journal must be for the many and not just for a few who are engaged in research. All of us, whether we are greater responsible for managing and solving the many unique scientific issues and problems that we face in the working region. We must engage in research and voice our opinions by publishing them in this journal. To ensure wide readership, the journal is carrying a variety of articles of general interest, as well as scientific articles, based on topics relevant to working region. Articles in the following categories are always welcome: Major and Minor Reviews, Original Research, Notable Clinical Cases, Lessons from Practice, Viewpoint, Opinion, Hypothesis, and Legal issues, Topic for Debate, Ethics, Conference Report, History, Book Review and New & Old Update. With so many categories, I am sure that all of you will be able to make regular contributions to this journal.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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The Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (IJSER) was started with an aim of bringing all the research works to
open world in the form of open access journal, from the year 2010.The main concept of IJSER is to collaborate the
various scientists , engineers and technical related personalities , specifically the users of various areas of Scientific,
Industrial and Medical applications. A variety of distinguished authors, article types and both interesting and useful
historical and technical subjects are included in these articles.
Among all the papers from May 2012 edition two of them have caught the attention of many reviewers , “Biodiversity
and Sustainable Development: A Critical Analysis” by Dr Arundhati Kulkarni and “ Design of Non-Isolated Bi-directional
Converters with Fast charging Schemes for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle” by C. Nagavel, V. Vasan Prahu, V. Rajini . The
latter paper was published in collaboration of a student and professors from Tamil Nadu , India. IJSER’s publication
house has the collection of numerous collection of papers presented by efficient students , research scholars and
professors . Dr Arundhati’s paper on biodiversity and its sustainable development deals with the environmental threats
and presenting the actual impact caused by humans in nature.
2012 May edition has the collection of various papers from different departments with high quality and pertinent
documents. It is the process beginning with the authors submitting their papers, time and materials required by
reviewer to provide opinions based upon mathematical, analytical, scientific and technical aspects. The comments from
a reviewer are given huge value and it will be helpful for editorial board whether to publish the paper or not. These
criticisms may help the authors in the near future to improve the depth of their papers in all aspects and maintain the
quality according to IJSER.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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The June issue of third edition of IJSER volume 3 issue 6 consist of 240 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 paper presented by P. Swami, T. Gandhi, S.S. Ray, S. Anand on Wireless Electro-oculogram Biopotential
Amplifer, its design and development efficiently allows conditioning of electro-oculogram signals. The method that
employs filters between the pre-amplification and the amplification stages eliminates the out-of-band frequencies
before amplification, which in turn reduces the possibility of interferences from high frequency noises and
maximizes the dynamic power consumption. This can be effectively used for rehabilitative purposes.
Another paper of diagnostic importance is paper presented by Harman Kataria and Alka Jindal A Proposed
technique for Brain MRI Using Region Based Segmentation. They propose that utilizing such technique of region
based segmentation, abnormal tissue can be differentiated by normal tissue. An improved segmentation with local
region based active contour and variational level set formulation method along with their differentiation and their
results successfully applied on both 2d as well as 3d images.
A topic of varied interest was presented by Muragendra B. T. on Copyright and Trademark in Cyberspace, with
increasing infringement with Linking and Framing, Uploading of copyright material, Downloading of copyright
material, Domain Name disputes like Cyber squatter, Cyber parasite, Cyber twins and Reverse domain name
hijacking, protection of copyrights in cyberspace is of utmost concern.

The paper presented by Hossein Meiboudi, Hasan Karimzadegan on Education and biodiversity focuses on
spreading the environmental conservation culture by utilizing means to education about environmental problems.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 7, July 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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IJSER July issue volume 3 issue 7 has 177 papers.
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.
Biomedical field paper by Dr. Ramani Iyengar, Sriranjini A.S, Jasmine on Insilico Designing and Development of
Vaccine for V.Cholerae O139 in Cholera Disease. The main aim of their project was to design and develop a vaccine
again Cholera. V.cholerae the causative agent of cholera carry strains that encode the cholera toxin. These toxins
enter Epithelial cells and after crossing host line of defense it starts colonizing itself in the small intestine. SDSC
workbench tool was utilized for screening protein sequence identical and having least E value. With Docking analysis
the epitope molecule LEALVEDL was found to be the best vaccine candidate.
The paper presented by Bhavika Desai and Pragna Parikh on Impact of Curzate (fungicide) on Hematological
Parameters of Oreochromis mossambicus focuses on environmental hazard due to recently registered fungicide
Curzate, commercially used in over 50 countries on more than 15 crops. Fresh water fish Oreochromis mossambicus
was exposed to two sub lethal concentration i.e. 4.9 mg/l and 2.45 mg/l of Curzate for a period of 21 days. The
hematological analysis showed significant reduction in RBCs count, (Hb) value, (PCV) and (MCHC), (WBCs) count,
(MCV) and (MCH) were significantly increased in the treated groups as compared the control group. The present
study shows that Curzate causes alterations in hematological parameters leading to physiological dysfunctions thus
validating the toxic effect of the fungicide on the fish
A paper of diagnostic importance for treatment of HIV through traditional medicine was presented by Venkanna
Lunavath and Estari on HIV inhibition, by Inhibition of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1) Reverse Transcriptase
by Casia occidentalis (L) Plant Extract. They point out the fact that expensive HAART therapy is unavailable to almost
90% of the affected population. The current treatment for HIV/AIDS is called Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy
(HAART) and is a combination of anti-HIV reverse transcriptase inhibitors and protease inhibitors. This reason calls
for production of less expensive and alternative AIDS therapy. The current therapy foccues on traditional medical
plants to be used as treatment for HIV. A panel of extracts of traditional medicinal plants for their activities against
HIV-1 replication was studied. The present study was aimed to evaluate the invitro anti- HIV activity of Casia
occidentalis plant extracts. Extracts were prepared from dried leaves in n-hexane, ethyl acetate and n butanol.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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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.

Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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.
IJSER Editorials / Volume 3, Issue 10, October 2012 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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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.
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 , 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.).
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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