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Basu A.,RCCIIT | Mondal A.,GNIT | Basu S.,GNIT | Mondal N.,GNIT
Computational Science and Engineering - Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, ICCSE2016 | Year: 2017

This paper is intended to examine large-scale fully separable continuous optimization problems of real-valued functions, using genome grouping. Genome or chromosome or namely the vector is the smallest unit of an entire population in the world of Differential evolution. The main focus of this paper is the non-interactive and separable genes, which can form fittest groups with fittest chromosomes/genomes and can give the most optimized result of a large-scale problem with minimum space and time complexity and have compared the result with an existing adaptive algorithm called MLCC, and shown that Genome Grouping per-form better on a large-scale fully separable problems. This paper illustrates a differential evolution algorithm without using crossover. © 2017 Taylor & Francis Group.


Receive press releases from TUNAI CREATIVE INC: By Email TUNAI Debuts Its Best-Selling and World’s Tiniest Bluetooth Receiver, FIREFLY, in the U.S. Taipei, Taiwan, December 13, 2016 --( , a start-up founded in 2014 and consisting of talents from leading companies in Smartphone, Hi-Fi audio, wearable and financial industries, is releasing its first product - FIREFLY, the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver through Instead of spending additional money for new equipment with wireless capability, FIREFLY is designed to transform the existing car or home audio system into Bluetooth speakers with one plug. The product is designed to be intuitive, user-friendly, compact and stylish. It features top grade audio technologies to preserve the authentic sound quality. Its noise filtering technology can remove static car noise, and the Party Mode allows friends to play music at the same time. The button-less design makes the pairing just as easy as connecting to Wi-Fi, and reconnects automatically when powered on. · Bluetooth 4.0 support and backward compatible · AAC and MP3 compression technology · patent pending “Sound Revitalization Technology (SRT)” · Static noise filtering in car environment · Remembers up to 8 paired devices · Party mode allows connection with two devices at the same time · 10m or 33ft connection distance · Product dimension: 16.3x1.3x0.5 cm or 6.4x0.5x 0.2 inches · Weight: 100g or 0.3oz FIREFLY is the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver and looks just like a USB cable with 3.5mm audio output. The USB is designed to supply power only, and sound goes into the audio system via 3.5mm output. Both ends of the FIREFLY are covered in anodized aluminum to give the product a modern metallic feel. A LED indicator is hidden at the tail of FIREFLY and glows like firefly when powered on. FIREFLY is available in black, red and gold. If the car or home audio system comes with a 3.5mm or AV/RCA audio input, FIREFLY can transform audio system into wireless in just a few seconds. Video: FIREFLY preserves the authenticity of sound using an advanced audio compression technology “Sound Revitalization Technology (SRT).” Instead of the traditional low quality audio compression SBC technology, FIREFLY supports AAC & MP3 to minimize distortion when sound is compressed for streaming over the air. TUNAI unique patent pending “Sound Revitalization Technology, SRT” scans the received audio data, and rebuilds the distorted audio. TUNAI “Ground Noise Isolation Technology, (GNIT)” removes the noises caused by cars electrical system by 99%1. When used in most cars2, FIREFLY will be powered on when engine starts. It will start to search for previously paired devices in the available range. When found, it will automatically reconnect with the device. Party Mode is another unique feature of FIREFLY, allowing two users to show and play music with their device in turns through FIREFLY without the disconnect than connect process.. FIREFLY is now availabe at FIREFLY microsite: FIREFLY product images download: Note: 1: FIREFLY has been proved to successfully remove the automotive electrical noise by 99% in all model cars tested. 2: Auto reconnection may not be available for cars with power sequence of on -> off -> on when starting the engine. About TUNAI CREATIVE INC. Founded in 2014, TUNAI gathered talents from various leading technology companies in Taiwan and Germany. We see the future of wireless and sound, and aim to innovate Bluetooth products to facilitate the upgrades for our customers and make wireless connection simple and seamless. Media Contact Rita Kuo iDée Creatives Marketing Consulting Inc. on behalf of TUNAI CREATIVE Inc ritakuo@ideecreatives.com Taipei, Taiwan, December 13, 2016 --( PR.com )-- Everything is going wireless and FIREFLY is designed to transform the home or car audio systems into Bluetooth compatible speakers with just one plug. The product has been ranked #1 for 15 months in its hometown of Taiwan. Now, TUNAI bring this authentic and high quality sound product to the U.S. and around the world. TUNAI CREATIVE INC. , a start-up founded in 2014 and consisting of talents from leading companies in Smartphone, Hi-Fi audio, wearable and financial industries, is releasing its first product - FIREFLY, the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver through Amazon.com in the United States. TUNAI sees the future of wireless audio, and aims to design products to make wireless connections simple and seamless in daily life.Instead of spending additional money for new equipment with wireless capability, FIREFLY is designed to transform the existing car or home audio system into Bluetooth speakers with one plug. The product is designed to be intuitive, user-friendly, compact and stylish. It features top grade audio technologies to preserve the authentic sound quality. Its noise filtering technology can remove static car noise, and the Party Mode allows friends to play music at the same time. The button-less design makes the pairing just as easy as connecting to Wi-Fi, and reconnects automatically when powered on.· Bluetooth 4.0 support and backward compatible· AAC and MP3 compression technology· patent pending “Sound Revitalization Technology (SRT)”· Static noise filtering in car environment· Remembers up to 8 paired devices· Party mode allows connection with two devices at the same time· 10m or 33ft connection distance· Product dimension: 16.3x1.3x0.5 cm or 6.4x0.5x 0.2 inches· Weight: 100g or 0.3ozFIREFLY is the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver and looks just like a USB cable with 3.5mm audio output. The USB is designed to supply power only, and sound goes into the audio system via 3.5mm output. Both ends of the FIREFLY are covered in anodized aluminum to give the product a modern metallic feel. A LED indicator is hidden at the tail of FIREFLY and glows like firefly when powered on. FIREFLY is available in black, red and gold.If the car or home audio system comes with a 3.5mm or AV/RCA audio input, FIREFLY can transform audio system into wireless in just a few seconds. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6nLLNwCqLA FIREFLY preserves the authenticity of sound using an advanced audio compression technology “Sound Revitalization Technology (SRT).” Instead of the traditional low quality audio compression SBC technology, FIREFLY supports AAC & MP3 to minimize distortion when sound is compressed for streaming over the air. TUNAI unique patent pending “Sound Revitalization Technology, SRT” scans the received audio data, and rebuilds the distorted audio. TUNAI “Ground Noise Isolation Technology, (GNIT)” removes the noises caused by cars electrical system by 99%1.When used in most cars2, FIREFLY will be powered on when engine starts. It will start to search for previously paired devices in the available range. When found, it will automatically reconnect with the device. Party Mode is another unique feature of FIREFLY, allowing two users to show and play music with their device in turns through FIREFLY without the disconnect than connect process..FIREFLY is now availabe at Amazon.com FIREFLY microsite: http://www.tunai-creative.com/firefly.html FIREFLY product images download: https://goo.gl/5tK9do Note:1: FIREFLY has been proved to successfully remove the automotive electrical noise by 99% in all model cars tested.2: Auto reconnection may not be available for cars with power sequence of on -> off -> on when starting the engine.About TUNAI CREATIVE INC.Founded in 2014, TUNAI gathered talents from various leading technology companies in Taiwan and Germany. We see the future of wireless and sound, and aim to innovate Bluetooth products to facilitate the upgrades for our customers and make wireless connection simple and seamless.Media ContactRita KuoiDée Creatives Marketing Consulting Inc. on behalf of TUNAI CREATIVE Incritakuo@ideecreatives.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from TUNAI CREATIVE INC


News Article | December 10, 2016
Site: www.prweb.com

December 10, 2016 – TUNAI CREATIVE INC, a start-up founded in 2014 and consisting of talents from leading companies in Smartphone, Hi-Fi audio, wearable and financial industries, is releasing its first product - FIREFLY, the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver through Amazon.com in the United States. TUNAI sees the future of wireless audio, and aims to design products to make wireless connections simple and seamless in daily life. Instead of spending additional money for new equipment with wireless capability, FIREFLY is designed to transform the existing car or home audio system into Bluetooth speakers with one plug. The product is designed to be intuitive, user-friendly, compact and stylish. It features top grade audio technologies to preserve the authentic sound quality. Its noise filtering technology can remove static car noise, and the Party Mode allows other people to play music at the same time. The button-less design makes the pairing just as easy as connecting to Wi-Fi, and reconnects automatically when powered on. FIREFLY features 1) stylish and compact design 2) Plug and play 3) authentic sound quality, in wireless 4) auto reconnect when engine starts and 5) Party Mode support FIREFLY is the world’s tiniest Bluetooth receiver and looks just like a USB cable with 3.5mm audio output. The USB is designed to supply power only, and sound goes into the audio system via 3.5mm output. Both ends of the FIREFLY are covered in anodized aluminum to give the product a modern metallic feel. A LED indicator is hidden at the tail of FIREFLY and glows like firefly when powered on. FIREFLY is available in black, red and gold. Plug in, connect to the device, and FIREFLY is ready to play music. If the car or home audio system comes with a 3.5mm or AV/RCA audio input, FIREFLY can transform audio system into wireless in just a few seconds. Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6nLLNwCqLA FIREFLY preserves the authenticity of sound using an advanced audio compression technology we call “Sound Revitalization Technology (SRT)”. Instead of the traditional low quality audio compression SBC technology, FIREFLY supports AAC & MP3 to minimize distortion when sound is compressed for streaming over the air. TUNAI unique patent pending “Sound Revitalization Technology, SRT” scans the received audio data, and rebuilds the distorted audio. TUNAI “Ground Noise Isolation Technology, (GNIT)” removes the noises caused by cars electrical system by 99%(*1). When used in most cars(*2), FIREFLY will be powered on when engine starts. It will start to search for previously paired devices in the available range. When found, it will automatically reconnect with the device. Party Mode is another unique feature of FIREFLY, allowing two users to show and play music with their device in turns through FIREFLY without the disconnect than connect process. FIREFLY is now available on Amazon FIREFLY microsite: http://www.tunai-creative.com/firefly.html FIREFLY product images download: https://goo.gl/5tK9do *Note: 1: FIREFLY has been proved to successfully remove the automotive electrical noise by 99% in all model cars tested. 2: Auto reconnection may not be available for cars with power sequence of on -> off -> on when starting the engine. Founded in 2014, TUNAI gathered talents from various leading technology companies in Taiwan and Germany. We see the future of wireless and sound, and aim to innovate Bluetooth products to facilitate the upgrades for our customers and make wireless connection simple and seamless. Media Contact Rita Kuo iDée Creatives Marketing Consulting Inc. on behalf of TUNAI CREATIVE Inc ritakuo(at)ideecreatives(dot)com


Anjali,GNIT | Shikha,M M University | Sharma M.,M M University
5th International Conference on Computing Communication and Networking Technologies, ICCCNT 2014 | Year: 2014

Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a wireless network consists of large number of sensor nodes. Routing protocols are used for communication in the network. Routing protocols discover the appropriate path to transmit the data and maintain the routes in the network. Many routing techniques in WSNs have been proposed. But without security, the use of these protocols becomes limited. Providing a secure communication between nodes is also an important task. In this paper, the classification of routing protocols with comparison is analyzed. This paper also study the various security threats on routing protocols of wireless sensor networks and some defense techniques are also mentioned. © 2014 IEEE.


Goel S.,BVICAM | Sinha A.K.,GNIT
2015 International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development, INDIACom 2015 | Year: 2015

This work reveals an ANFIS based model for Delhi Urban Area, India (DUA) for trip distribution. This work has been implemented for distribution of passenger's trips in DUA for all the zones. This work shows the application of ANFIS based model on the real set of trips generated/attracted data of DUA passengers. The machine learning result is found quite satisfactory error being as low as. 92%. This paper shows the analysis and comparison of the end results of ANFIS based model with the linear programming (LP) based model for the distribution of passenger's trips. © 2015 IEEE.


Hak Gupta S.,Amity University | Singh R.K.,Uttarakhand Technical University | Sharan S.N.,GNIT
Alexandria Engineering Journal | Year: 2016

Coded Cooperative Communication is a novel concept and it is the solution to utilize the benefits of MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) gains on distributed scale. In this paper the outage behavior of coded cooperative communication with multiple relays is examined. The numerical expression for outage probability is derived. Nakagami-m fading statics is considered. Outage probability is observed to be function of various free and constrained parameters. An approach is presented to implement PSO and optimize the free parameters on which outage probability of coded cooperative communication with multiple relay depends. Analytical and Matlab simulation results reveal that the proposed technique outperforms Non Optimized technique and exhibit a promising performance. © 2016 Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University


Mishra A.N.,Birla Institute of Technology | Chandra M.,Birla Institute of Technology | Biswas A.,IMS Engineering College | Sharan S.N.,GNIT
International Journal of Signal and Imaging Systems Engineering | Year: 2013

Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) system performs well under restricted conditions but the performance degrades under noisy environment. Audio-visual features play an important role in ASR systems in the presence of noise. In this paper, Hindi phoneme recognition system is designed using audio-visual features. The Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) features of the lip region integrated with Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficient (MFCC) audio features are used to get better recognition performance under noisy environments. Colour intensity, hybrid method and Pseudo-Hue methods have been used for lip-localisation approach with Linear Discriminant Analyser (LDA) as a classifier. Recognition performance using Pseudo-Hue method proved best among all the methods. Copyright © 2013 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.


Gupta S.H.,Amity University | Singh R.K.,Uttarakhand Technical University | Sharan S.N.,GNIT | Chawla A.,Amity University
WSEAS Transactions on Communications | Year: 2014

In this paper, a novel technique known as Cooperative Communication in MIMO has been incorporated. This technique allows single antenna mobiles to have the benefits of MIMO systems. Numerical analysis and mathematical modeling is done for SISO with no cooperation, MIMO with no cooperation and MIMO with cooperation or Cooperative MIMO. Expressions for SNR, Outage probability and capacity over a channel link have been derived and simulated. A critical comparative analysis has been carried out between SISO with no cooperation, MIMO with no cooperation and Cooperative MIMO by evaluating and plotting various performance parameters. It has been demonstrated that Co-operative MIMO exhibits better performance in comparison to other two mentioned schemes.


Bansal A.,GNIT
2013 International Conference on Human Computer Interactions, ICHCI 2013 | Year: 2013

In the case of rearranging an array with N elements either in ascending or in descending order. We find that, sorting algorithms such as the Bubble, Insertion and Selection Sort have a quadratic time complexity. In this paper, we introduce Avi sort - a new algorithm to sort an N elements array by exchanging their specific alternate position. We evaluate time complexity O(N2) of Avi sort theoretically and empirically. Our results show a one more different way to sort the data elements in quadratic time complexity and experimentally prove its actual time lies in between insertion and selection sort. © 2013 IEEE.


Gupta S.H.,Amity University | Singh R.K.,Uttarakhand Technical University | Sharan S.N.,GNIT
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2015

In this paper expressions of outage probability under Nakagami-m fading for Coded Cooperative Communication have been developed. Performance of outage has been simulated for various factors such as allocated Rate, cooperation level, mean channel SNR and number of relays. Diversity order has been calculated for Coded Cooperative Communication with multiple relays. Outage probability expression for Space Time Cooperation with multiple partners under Nakagami-m have also been developed and analyzed. A critical comparative analysis is done for No Cooperation, Coded Cooperation and Space Time Cooperation. Simulation results highlight the benefits of Coded Cooperation over the other two schemes under the slow fading circumstances. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.

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