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Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2011 , By IJSER Editorial Board
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IJSER is proud to announce the publication of the first volume for the year 2011 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 2011 now. We would like to especially thank the editorial members of the IJSER
team for their constant support over past 1 year 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 “Image Processing For Biomedical
Application” by Gauri Bhoite Karyotyping, a standard method for presenting pictures of the
human chromosomes for diagnostic purposes, is a long standing, yet common technique in
cytogenetics. Automating the chromosome classification process is the first step in designing
an automatic karyotyping system. However, even today, karyotyping is manually performed.
Here we intend to automate Karyotyping completely. Karyotyping is a common technique in
cytogenetics, to classify human chromosomes into 24 classes. Karyotyping can be used to
predict genetic disorders or abnormalities in pre-natal stage which may happen to occur in
future generation and extended to the deep technical titles like “Face Modeling using
Segmentation Technique” by M.Priya, Dr.S.Purushothaman details are 3D facial modeling
using three images of a face. Each image is taken at 90o. Each image is segmented to identify
skin, to locate eye centres, nose profile, mouth profiles. All the three images are combined to
form a 3D facial model. The segmented portions of the images are placed on a standard
computer plastic model. Subsequently, the various features of the plastic model are animated
corresponding to the various positions of the features in the subsequent images.

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