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Pokhriyal A.,Rbs College | Lehri S.,Institute of Information and Computer science
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2010

A new approach for fingerprint verification, based on wavelets and pseudo Zernike moments (PZMs), is discussed. PZMs are robust to noisy images, invariant to rotation and have a good image reconstruction capability [4]. PZMs have been used for global analysis and so they are used to extract global features (the shape of the fingerprint image). Wavelets are good at local analysis and so they help to extract local features (minutiae) from a fingerprint. Therefore, this hybrid approach extracts most significant features from the fingerprint images and achieve better verification rate. Different types of wavelets are used for the study but the result shows that Symmlet orthonormal wavelet of order 8 gives best verification rate. © 2005 - 2010 JATIT. All rights reserved. Source


Goyal S.K.,A.P.S. University | Samsher,A.P.S. University | Goyal R.K.,Rbs College
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition | Year: 2010

Studies revealed that Stevia has been used throughout the world since ancient times for various purposes; for example, as a sweetener and a medicine. We conducted a systematic literature review to summarize and quantify the past and current evidence for Stevia. We searched relevant papers up to 2007 in various databases. As we know that the leaves of Stevia plants have functional and sensory properties superior to those of many other high-potency sweeteners, Stevia is likely to become a major source of high-potency sweetener for the growing natural food market in the future. Although Stevia can be helpful to anyone, there are certain groups who are more likely to benefit from its remarkable sweetening potential. These include diabetic patients, those interested in decreasing caloric intake, and children. Stevia is a small perennial shrub that has been used for centuries as a bio-sweetener and for other medicinal uses such as to lower blood sugar. Its white crystalline compound (stevioside) is the natural herbal sweetener with no calories and is over 100-300 times sweeter than table sugar. © 2010 Informa UK Ltd. Source


Singh S.R.,House Number 27 | Singh A.P.,Rbs College
International Journal of Environmental Research | Year: 2012

Presence of heavy metals in the aquatic systems has become a serious problem. As a result, there has been a great deal of attention given to new technologies for removal of heavy metal ions from contaminated waters. Adsorption is one of the effective methods for removal of toxic heavy metal such as chromium (VI). In the present study, adsorbent is prepared from rice husk, a low cost by product from a rice mill. The rice husk carbon is activated using H3PO4 (40%). The stock solution of Cr (VI) is prepared by dissolving 2.828 gm of potassium dichromate (Central Drug House (CDH), India) in 1 litre of demineralized water. Batch mode experiments are done. The effect of various parameters like adsorbent dose, pH and contact time are studied. The studies demonstrate that the Rice Husk Carbon (RHC) has a significant capacity for adsorption of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution. The RHC characteristics are reported as FTIR and other physical properties are tabulated average. The break through capacity for Cr (VI) (100 mg/l, pH 2) is on average 38.1 mg/g. The adsorption of chromium (VI) was found to be maximum(93-94%) at low values of pH (around 2) for the carbon dosage of 1000mg/L and nearly 100% for carbon dosage of 1200mg/L. RHC exhibits high degree of selectivity for Cr (VI) adsorption. The adsorbent prepared from rice husk carbon is efficient and it is proposed that it can be conveniently employed as a low cost alternative in the treatment of industrial waste water. Source


Singh K.S.,Rbs College
Physica B: Condensed Matter | Year: 2012

On the basis of the free volume theory of Grüneisen parameter (γ) and using the calculus of indeterminates, it is found that the second order Grüneisen parameter (q) and the second pressure derivative of bulk modulus (KK″) change in a similar manner in the limit of extreme compression. The ratio of q and KK″ becomes finite at infinite pressure. This finding has been used further to obtain a relationship for the third order Grüneisen parameter λ in terms of pressure derivatives of bulk modulus up to the third order. The results are found to be consistent with the identities obtained recently by Shanker et al. [14] using the free volume theory. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Rathore B.S.,Rbs College | Rathore B.S.,Shekhawati Institute of Engineering and Technology
Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids | Year: 2014

Polycarbonate/polystyrene bilayer films prepared by solvent-casting method were irradiated with 55 MeV carbon ion beam at different fluences ranging from 1 × 1011 to 1 × 1013 ions cm-2. The structural, optical, surface morphology and dielectric properties of these films were investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD), UV-visible spectroscopy, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, optical microscopy and dielectric measurements. The XRD pattern shows that the percentage of crystallinity decreases while inter-chain separations increase with ion fluence. UV-visible spectroscopy shows that the energy band gap decreases and the number of carbon atoms in nanoclusters increase with the increase in ion fluences. The refractive index is also found to decrease with the increase in the ion fluence. Optical microscopy shows that after irradiation polymeric bilayer films color changes with ion fluences. The FTIR spectra evidenced a very small change in cross-linking and chain scissoring at high fluence. Dielectric constant decreases while dielectric loss and AC conductivity increase with ion fluences. © 2014 Taylor & Francis. Source

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