Ideal Institute of Technology is an engineering college in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow. The college was affiliated to Mahamaya Technical University, Noida until it was merged and the college came under the jurisdiction of the present university. The institute is located close to the Ghaziabad Industrial Area. Wikipedia.
Kainthura P.,UPES |
Gupta S.,Ideal Institute of Technology
Proceedings on 2016 2nd International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies, NGCT 2016 | Year: 2017
Earth features are arranged following one or many rules called spatial patterns. Around the world many features share common patterns. To discover those patterns and analyzing them through some data visualization technique can lead to a good decision supporting system. In this paper analysis and visualization model is designed for the Uttarakhand(India) region. Data like district wise population, schools and hospitals is collected from different sources. To store GIS data PostgreSQL and PostGIS is providing a favorable support and powerful database. GIS maps are created using tool QGIS (Open source) for the visualization purpose. To classify common pattern from the given dataset, clusters are formed from population field. To cluster data OPTICS clustering method is used. Then decision tree by information gain method is used for the supervised learning. To display the result open source software Geoserver is used. Geoserver handle the user queries and display the result on the dynamic maps. © 2016 IEEE.
Saxena U.,Amity University |
Sodhi J.S.,Amity University |
Singh Y.,Ideal Institute of Technology
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference Confluence 2017 on Cloud Computing, Data Science and Engineering | Year: 2017
This paper presents an analytical review about smart home network, their working and technologies from a security standpoint. It highlights various security flaws in a different smart home networks. It clearly explain, why a smart home is such an easy target for the attackers, it also discuss the role of interfaces in a smart home network by describing the scenario in which smart home network can be easily trapped. It also explains various types of home automation techniques along with the attacks which are quite more vulnerable to the smart home networks. As there of now there are many vulnerabilities which are exploiting the smart home network but no strong defensive mechanism has been developed till yet. It also indicates the basic components of a smart home network and the possible attacks which can be happen on a smart home networks. © 2017 IEEE.
Tiwari R.,Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. |
Singh A.K.,Ideal Institute of Technology |
Khan S.N.,Aligarh Muslim University
Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks, ISCON 2013 | Year: 2013
Accidents are often accompanied by a condition of free fall where the person involved needs immediate medical help. In such situations every moment, while alerting appropriate authorities, can be very crucial. This paper presents a detection mechanism for free fall condition using common commercially available electronic devices. We utilize an Android based smart phone with an in-built tri-axial accelerometer for the purpose. Data obtained from accelerometer is analyzed to detect free fall condition using displacement based algorithms. In case a free fall is detected then the user is prompted to respond by touch or voice in order to eliminate any false positives. If there is no response from the user, the system alerts pre-specified contacts by SMS. Our system utilizes commonly used android smart phones without the need of any additional sensors, and hence it provides a feasible and cost effective solution to fall detection. © 2013 IEEE.
Arora H.D.,Amity University |
Dhiman A.,Ideal Institute of Technology
International Journal of Computing Science and Mathematics | Year: 2016
The discrepancy of a probability distribution from another probability distribution is known as the measure of divergence. Kullback and Liebler (1951) were the first to introduce and based on Shannon (1948) entropy which revolutionaries the study of communication theory. Fuzziness, a feature of uncertainty can be managed with the help of fuzzy set theory proposed by Zadeh (1978). Fuzziness and uncertainty both deals with various practical problems such as image segmentation, management decision making problems etc. Large amount of work has been done on characterisation of various entropies, divergence measures, fuzzy entropies and fuzzy divergence etc. Bhandari and Pal (1993) introduced fuzzy divergence which is relative to a fuzzy set A and to another fuzzy set B. A new measure of fuzzy directed divergence has been proposed. Further, applications of fuzzy directed divergence in decision making has also been discussed. © 2016 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Bhatnagar P.,Ideal Institute of Technology
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2010
Isermann (1978) established that every efficient solution of optimization problem is properly efficient if the objective functions are linear and feasible set is polyhedral. Choo (1984) proved this result when the objective functions are linear fractional and the feasible set is a compact polyhedron. Chew and Choo (1984) established that every efficient solution of optimization problem which satisfies the following boundedness condition is properly efficient if all the objective functions and constraint functions are pseudolinear. A feasible point χ∈ X is said to satisfy the boundedness condition if the set Pi(χ*,χ)Pj(χ *,χ):fi(χ)
Khattri S.D.,Banaras Hindu University |
Singh M.K.,Banaras Hindu University |
Singh M.K.,Ideal Institute of Technology
Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy | Year: 2012
Removal of dye crystal violet from wastewater by a low-cost abundantly available adsorbent was investigated. By varying the parameters such as agitation time, dye concentration, adsorbent dose, pH and temperature, potential feasibility for the removal of crystal violet by Sagaun sawdust was explored. The adsorption efficiencies were found to be pH dependent. A greater percentage of dye was removed with a decrease in the initial concentration of dye and increase in the amount of adsorbent. Characterization of the adsorbent by infrared spectroscopy was undertaken. Kinetic study showed that the adsorption of dye on sawdust was a gradual process. The equilibrium adsorption capacity of adsorbent for dye removal was measured which followed Langmuir isotherm. The dimensionless factor, R L revealed that the adsorption process is favorable in nature. © 2012 American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Saheb K.M.,Andhra University |
Aruna K.,Ideal Institute of Technology
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2016
A simple and efficient coupled displacement field method is developed to study the buckling load parameters of the moderately thick rectangular plates. This method has been successfully applied to study the same for the Timoshenko beams. A single term trigonometric admissible displacement field is assumed for one of the variables, say, the total rotations (in both X, Y directions). Making use of the coupling equations, the spatial variation for the remaining lateral displacement field is derived in terms of the total rotations. The coupled displacement field method makes the energy formulation to contains half the number of unknown independent coefficients, in the case of a rectangular plate, contrary to the conventional Rayleigh-Ritz method. The expressions for the non-dimensional buckling load parameters of the moderately thick rectangular plates with all the edges simply supported are derived. The numerical values of these parameters obtained using the coupled displacement field method match very well with open literature demonstrating the effectiveness of the coupled displacement field method.
Pandey R.K.,Ideal Institute of Technology
International Journal of Modern Physics B | Year: 2015
The pressure dependent changes in transition temperature (Tc) of alkali doped C60 superconductor has been studied theoretically considering the combination of phonon mediated mechanism and high energy electronic interaction mechanism. The latter mechanism involves bond polarization in interaction with conduction electrons. The expression for Tc, isotope effect coefficient (α) and (dTc/dP)P has been obtained to explain the observed experimental results of alkali doped C60. A good agreement has been found in experimental (Tc) and (dTc/dP)P = 0 values and calculated values. © 2015 World Scientific Publishing Company.
Gupta N.P.,Ideal Institute of Technology |
Kumar M.,Rajasthan Technical University Kota
Proceedings - 2015 5th International Conference on Communication Systems and Network Technologies, CSNT 2015 | Year: 2015
Huge numbers of papers have been published on Ultra Wideband (UWB) antennas which present an antenna having satisfactory input reflection coefficient and reasonable radiation pattern. Some additional critical characteristics are also required to be considered in the design of UWB antenna like transient gain, group delay, ringing, signal fidelity and efficiency. In this paper, a novel design of UWB antenna in a thin substrate has been presented. The proposed antenna has been designed on RT Duroid substrate with di-electric constant (εr) of 2.2 and height of 0.127 mm. Reflection co-efficient, gain and radiation pattern at different frequencies have been presented for the proposed antenna. It has been optimized to be operated in UWB frequency range between 3.1 GHz to 10.6 GHz. The Gain of 2.5 has been observed for the antenna, which is almost constant. Slot insertion method has been used in the proposed antenna design to optimize radiation pattern. © 2015 IEEE.
Dwivedula R.V.,Ideal Institute of Technology |
Pagilla P.R.,Oklahoma State University
Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Transactions of the ASME | Year: 2012
A dynamic model to describe the effect of compliance in a transmission system is presented. Analysis of this model shows that it is desirable to use feedback from driver-side of the transmission system. This model is extended to include the effects of both compliance and backlash in a mechanical transmission system. The proposed model considers compliance (which may be either due to the elasticity of the shafts or belt in a belt-pulley transmission system) and backlash appearing in series in a drive system. In contrast to the classical backlash model which considers both input and output to the backlash as displacements, the proposed model considers (torque) force as input to the backlash and (angular velocity) velocity of the driven member as the output of the backlash. Thus, the proposed model does not assume that the load is stationary when contact is lost due to backlash width, i.e., momentum of the load is taken into account. Using the proposed model, a bound on the speed error due to the presence of backlash is derived. Experiments were conducted on a rectilinear mass-spring system platform, which has a provision to change the backlash width by a known value. Experiments were conducted with different backlash widths and a velocity error bound was computed. The error bound obtained from the experimental results agrees with the theoretically computed bound. © 2012 American Society of Mechanical Engineers.