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Anoopkumar M.,Bharathiar University | Md Zubair Rahman A.M.J.,Al Ameen Engineering College
Proceedings of 2016 International Conference on Data Mining and Advanced Computing, SAPIENCE 2016 | Year: 2016

Educational Data Mining (EDM) is an interdisciplinary ingenuous research area that handles the development of methods to explore data arising in a scholastic fields. Computational approaches used by EDM is to examine scholastic data in order to study educational questions. As a result, it provides intrinsic knowledge of teaching and learning process for effective education planning. This paper conducts a comprehensive study on the recent and relevant studies put through in this field to date. The study focuses on methods of analysing educational data to develop models for improving academic performances and improving institutional effectiveness. This paper accumulates and relegates literature, identifies consequential work and mediates it to computing educators and professional bodies. We identify research that gives well-fortified advise to amend edifying and invigorate the more impuissant segment students in the institution. The results of these studies give insight into techniques for ameliorating pedagogical process, presaging student performance, compare the precision of data mining algorithms, and demonstrate the maturity of open source implements. © 2016 IEEE.


Jayapandian N.,Knowledge Institute of Technology | Zubair Rahman A.M.J.M.,Al Ameen Engineering College
Cluster Computing | Year: 2017

Cloud computing is one of the great tasks in the business world nowadays, which provides shared processing resources. In cloud area network, security is the main challenge faced by cloud providers and their customers. The advantage of cloud computing includes reduced cost, re-provisioning of resources etc. The cloud network makes use of standard encryption method to secure documents while storing in online. In this paper, we have depicted two efficient encryption algorithms that meet security demand in cloud. Probabilistic encryption, one of these algorithms may be used to produce randomness of text encryption. With this algorithm, if the same message is encrypted twice it should yield different secret coded texts on both calculations. Another crucial algorithm is homomorphic encryption, is a cryptographic method to define the sample system and to provide a software implementation. In order to maintain quality of service (QoS) and improve customer satisfaction, we are going to propose an efficient algorithm which combines the characteristics of both probabilistic and homomorphic encryption techniques, to provide high level of security. Our proposed scheme will yield better encryption techniques reduce security attacks, increased throughput and improve the QoS. © 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Zubair Rahman A.M.J.M.,Al Ameen Engineering College
Wireless Personal Communications | Year: 2015

Cloud service providers face challenges regarding performance and pricing. Cloud service consumers need to minimize the execution time without exceeding a given budget. This leads to umpteen numbers of challenges that includes choosing a job to admit, the time t which to run them, to accomplish them in a single or multiple systems and the total number of resources to be rented to the service providers. In this paper, a three-tier cloud structures such as infrastructures vendors, service providers and consumers with Software as a Service (SaaS) are considered. The proposed algorithm is intended in such a way that it can confirm that the SaaS providers can attain the modification that takes place dynamically for customers and also mapping the client’s needs to that of the parameters of the infrastructure level. A numerous service request from a number of clients has been emphasized in this paper which is called as the scheduling. A service provider takes up the wanted resources from the infrastructure of cloud vendors and makes those resources as an established service. This is done by the technique of virtual machine (VM) image. Then the instances from these VM images are created dynamically by the providers. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Mathew O.C.,Anna University | Rahman A.M.J.Z.,Al Ameen Engineering College
Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics | Year: 2016

Telemedicine is the technology in which real time medical data such as medical image and clinical examination has been transmitted to support physicians at remote sites. Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) has been widely adopted network in the telemedicine application for its reliability, data transmission and scalability. Energy conservation is one of the most significant research areas in MANET, due to limited energy resource offered to the mobile nodes. The difficult task is how to utilize the energy of nodes in an optimal way to improve the network connectivity as long as possible. Compressing the size of such huge amount of medical data with the aggregator nodes makes the improvement in the network lifetime and the bandwidth utilization. Hence this paper proposes a Distributed Energy Adaptation and Data Collection Algorithm (DEA-DCA) based on the Honeycomb routing approach for energy optimization and the performance improvement of the telemedicine application. The DEADCA consists of three phases such as Building a Best Afford Path, Adaptive Data Collection, Path Switching. In each of the phases the energy optimization has been done by accounting such huge amount of medical data transmission. The proposed approach is compared with the existing techniques such as Optimal Path Selection Model (OPSM), Permutation based K-means Clustering" (PKMC) and Honey Comb Routing (HCR) in terms of delay, energy, throughput, and traffic. © Copyright 2016 American Scientific Publishers All rights reserved.


Baseri J.R.,Al Ameen Engineering College | Palanisamy P.N.,Kongu Engineering College | Sivakumar P.,Government of Tamilnadu
E-Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

This study analyses the feasibility of removing Direct Blue 71 from aqueous solution by different adsorbents such as activated carbon (TPAC) and Poly pyrrole polymer composite (PPC) prepared from Thevetia Peruviana. Batch mode adsorption was performed to investigate the adsorption capacities of these adsorbents by varying initial dye concentration, temperature, agitation time and pH. The performance of TPAC was compared with PPC. Among the adsorbents, PPC had more adsorption capacity (88.24%) than TPAC (58.82%) at an initial concentration of 50 mg/L and at 30°C. The experimental data best fitted with pseudo second order kinetic model. The adsorption data fitted well for Langmuir adsorption isotherm. Thermodynamic parameters for the adsorbents were also evaluated. The carbon embedded in conducting polymers matrix show better adsorptive properties than activated carbon.


Raffiea Baseri J.,Al Ameen Engineering College | Palanisamy P.N.,Kongu Engineering College | Sivakumar P.,Government of Tamilnadu
E-Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

In this research, Polyaniline coated sawdust (Polyaniline nano composite) was synthesized via direct chemical polymerization and used as an adsorbent for the removal of acid dye (Acid Violet 49) from aqueous solutions. The effect of some important parameters such as pH, initial concentration of dye, contact time and temperature on the removal efficiency was investigated in batch adsorption system. The adsorption capacity of PAC was high (96.84 %) at a pH of 3-4. The experimental data fitted well for pseudo second order model. Langmuir model is more appropriate to explain the nature of adsorption with high correlation coefficient. The Energy of activation from arrehenius plot suggested that the adsorption of AV49 onto PAC involves physisorption mechanism.


Palanisamy P.N.,Kongu Engineering College | Agalya A.,Al Ameen Engineering College | Sivakumar P.,Arignar Anna Government Arts College
E-Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

Poly Pyrrle saw dust composite was prepared by reinforcement of natural wood saw dust (obtained from Euphorbia Tirucalli L wood) and Poly Pyrrole matrix phase. The present study investigates the adsorption behaviour of Poly Pyrrole Saw dust Composite towards reactive dye. The batch adsorption studies were carried out by varying solution pH, initial dye concentration, contact time and temperature. The kinetic study showed that adsorption of Reactive Red by PPC was best represented by pseudo-second order kinetics with ion exchange adsorption. The equilibrium data were analyzed by Freundlich and Langmuir isotherm model. The equilibrium isotherm data were fitted well with Langmuir isotherm model. The maximum monolayer adsorption capacities calculated by Langmuir model were 204.08 mg/g for Reactive Red at 303 K. The thermodynamic parameters suggest the spontaneous, endothermic nature of ion exchange adsorption with weak Vader walls force of attraction. Activation energy for the adsorption of Reactive by Poly Pyrrole Composite was 11.6387 kJ/mole, Isosteric Heat of adsorption was 48.5454 kJ/mole also supported the ion exchange adsorption process in which forces of attraction between dye molecules and PPC is weak. © 2012 Hindawi Publishing Corporation.


Baseri J.R.,Al Ameen Engineering College | Palanisamy P.N.,Kongu Engineering College | Siva Kumar P.,Arignar Anna Government Arts College
Indian Journal of Chemical Technology | Year: 2012

The adsorption capacity of activated carbon obtained from Thevetia peruviana for three basic dyes, namely Malachite Green, Crystal Violet and Rhodamine-B, available in synthetic textile effluents has been studied. The percentage removal of Malachite Green, Crystal Violet, and Rhodamine-B on to the activated carbon decreases from 98.46 to 89.80, from 97.83 to 88.66 and from 97.33 to 87.12 respectively with the increase in initial dye concentration from 25 mg/L to 100 mg/L at 30°C. The removal data have been analyzed using Langmuir, Freundlich, Temkin and D-R isotherm models at various temperatures varying from 30 °C to 45 °C. The positive value of enthalpy indicates that the adsorption of basic dyes on to activated carbon is endothermic, which is further supported by the increase in adsorption rate of dyes with the increase in temperature from 30 °C to 45 °C. It is found that an activated carbon prepared by the chemical impregnation of Thevetia peruviana with H 3PO 4 acid can be used as the best adsorbent for the removal of basic dyes from synthetic textile effluents.


Palanisamy P.N.,Al Ameen Engineering College | Agalya A.,Kongu Engineering College | Sivakumar P.,Arignar Anna Government Arts College
Asian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

The present research work provides information on the dye removal potential of polypyrrole saw dust composite, prepared by reinforcement of natural wood saw dust (obtained from Euphorbia tirucalli L wood) and polypyrrole matrix phase. Dye adsorption on polypyrrole composite was characterized in terms of adsorption isotherm, kinetics and the parameters studied were initial dye concentration, contact time, pH and temperature. The kinetic data obtained at different initial dye concentration and temperatures were studied using pseudofirst order and pseudo-second order model. The equilibrium data were analyzed by Freundlich and Langmuir isotherm model. The equilibrium isotherm data were fitted well with Langmuir isotherm model. The maximum monolayer adsorption capacities calculated by Langmuir model were 243.9, 243.90, 250 and 256.41 mg/g for acid orange10 at 30, 35, 40 and 45 C respectively. The thermodynamic parameters including DG, DH and DS were evaluated and suggesting the feasible, spontaneous, endothermic nature of ion exchange adsorption with weak vader Walls force of attraction. Activation energy for the adsorption of acid orange10 by polypyrrole composite was 2.0704 kJ/mol. Isosteric heat of adsorption calculated using Clasius-Clapeyron equation also supported the ion exchange adsorption process in which forces of attraction between dye molecules and polypyrrole composite is weak.


Senthil Karthick Kumar A.,Bharathiar University | Md. Zubair Rahman A.M.J.,Al Ameen Engineering College
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2015

The objective of this article provides an idea to every corporate, university and institutions on how to upload the knowledge towards the eLearning aspect for human resources. The discussion deals with three aspects: (1) eLearning is increasingly developed with lots of inputs, how these inputs are upgraded to be utilized in problem oriented areas of educational industry in a healthier way. (2) The concerns to provide a better platform to the learning community in which human behavioral analysis can be pursued on training and development schemes. (3) The ability to change continually and acquire new understanding towards the future developments. The main purpose of this article is for identifying or classifying the needs of better educational system to the current generation. In this research, researcher would like to provide a detailed report of learning methods and how technological endurance has provided better teaching aids in various dimensions. © 2005 - 2015 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.

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