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Kaur A.,RIMT IET | Singh P.,Guru Nanak Institutions | Rattan D.,B.B.S.B.E.C. Fatehgarh Sahib
ICSPS 2010 - Proceedings of the 2010 2nd International Conference on Signal Processing Systems | Year: 2010

Automatic Speech segmentation is one of the foremost important field for controlling the simulation of speech without intervening of human being. Segmenting the continuous speech signal according to the phonetic transcription is a fundamental task in any voice activated system. Manual segmentation is tedious, time consuming and error prone. Automatic segmentation is not faultless, but it is inherently consistent and results are reproducible. In spite of the endless efforts made in this field, there is no Speech Segmentation System in the market for Punjabi on large vocabulary, though speaker independent systems are available for the languages like English, Tamil. It is a well known fact Syllable based systems perform better than phoneme or word based systems. In our work, we are presenting an effective method for segmentation of Punjabi Speech into syllable like Basic units for ASR systems. © 2010 IEEE.

Gill J.,RIMT IET | Singh B.,BBSBEC | Singh S.,BCET
SIISY 2010 - 8th IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics | Year: 2010

Accurate weather forecasting is important in today's world as agricultural and industrial sectors are largely dependent on the weather conditions. Secondly, it is used to warn about natural disasters. Due to non-linearity in climatic physics, neural networks are suitable to predict these meteorological processes. Back Propagation algorithm using gradient descent method is the most important algorithm to train a neural network for weather forecasting. Back propagation algorithm suffers from several problems. In this paper, in order to overcome some of these problems, an integrated back propagation based genetic algorithm technique to train artificial neural networks is proposed. In the proposed technique, back propagation is combined with genetic algorithm in such a way that the pitfalls of the algorithm get converted to benefits. The results and comparison of the technique with the previous one are enlisted along with. ©2010 IEEE.

Mehta A.,Rimt Iet | Gupta A.,Cse
Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Issues and Challenges in Intelligent Computing Techniques, ICICT 2014 | Year: 2014

A mobile ad-hoc network is analysed as cooperative engagement of mobile wireless nodes without the required intervention of any centralised access point. These networks form an instant network without fixed topology, each node acting as a host and router simultaneously. In this paper the execution evaluation of routing protocol DSDV and AOMDV in the context of sensor networks with an assumption that all the node are static is acquainted. The protocol simulation is performed utilizing NS-2. The results brought forth understandably distinguish the routing performance under various scenarios and collate its performance with AOMDV in the discourse addressed. Moreover this paper reviews the DSDV and AOMDV protocol when it is used for mobile ad-hoc networks. © 2014 IEEE.

Gupta A.K.,RIMT IET | Sadawarti H.,RIMT IET | Verma A.K.,Thapar University
WSEAS Transactions on Communications | Year: 2011

A number of routing protocols has been proposed in recent years for possible use of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks in various application areas such as military, govt. etc. In this paper we have presented a comprehensive review of these protocols with a particular focus on their security aspects. Further we have presented a comparison of some of the existing Routing Protocols of MANETs. The base criteria for comparison is routing methodologies and the information used to make routing decisions. All the protocols have to meet five security requirements: confidentiality, integrity, authentication, non-repudiation and availability, with respect to which the analyses of secure versions of proposed protocols are discussed.

Gupta A.K.,RIMT IET | Verma A.K.,Thapar University | Sadawarti H.,RIMT IET
Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Computing and Artificial Intelligence, ACAI 2011 | Year: 2011

Ant algorithms and swarm intelligence systems have been offered as a novel computational approach that replaces the traditional emphasis on control, preprogramming and centralization with designs featuring autonomy, emergence and distributed functioning. These designs provide scalable, flexible and robust, able to adapt quickly changes to changing environments and to continue functioning even when individual elements fail. These properties make swarm intelligence very attractive for mobile ad hoc networks. These algorithms also provide potential advantages for conventional routing algorithms. Ant Colony Optimization is popular among other Swarm Intelligence Techniques.In this paper a detailed comparison of different Ant based algorithms is presented. The comparative results will help the researchers to understand the basic differences among various existing Ant colony based routing algorithms. © 2011 ACM.

Kumar M.,CSE Deparmet | Sharma P.,RIMT IET | Sadawarti H.,RIMT IET
ICCAIE 2010 - 2010 International Conference on Computer Applications and Industrial Electronics | Year: 2010

Testability design is an effective way to realize the fault detection and isolation. It becomes crucial in the case of Aspect Oriented designs where control flows are generally not hierarchical, but are diffuse and distributed over the whole architecture. In this paper, we concentrate on detecting, pinpointing and suppressing potential testability weaknesses of a UML Aspect-class diagram. The attribute significant from design testability is called "class interaction": it appears when potentially concurrent client/supplier relationships between classes exist in the system. These interactions point out parts of the design that need to be improved, driving structural modifications or constraints specifications, to reduce the final testing effort. This paper does an extensive review on testability of aspect oriented software, and put forth some relevant information about class-level testability. © 2010 IEEE.

Kaushal S.,RIMT IET | Singh P.,Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University | Mittal S.K.,Thapar University
Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems | Year: 2014

Zirconium phosphoborate based heterogeneous membrane electrode has been used as a sensor for yttrium ions in aqueous medium. The electrode shows reproducible and Nernstian behavior for yttrium ions in the concentration range 10-4M to 10-1M with an RSD of 2%. The electrode does not show any change in response within a pH range of 5-9. The effect of internal solution concentration on the calibration curve was also studied. The electrode performance was also studied in partially non-aqueous medium (5% - 20%) of acetone and ethanol. The system was used successfully as an indicator electrode in potentiometric titration of yttrium ions with EDTA. © 2014 J. New Mat. Electrochem. Systems.

Singh G.,RIMT IET | Siddique R.,Thapar University
Construction and Building Materials | Year: 2012

Ferrous and non ferrous metal casting industries produce several millions tons of byproduct in the world. In India, approximately 2 million tons of waste foundry sand is produced yearly. WFS is major byproduct of metal casting industry and successfully used as a land filling material for many years. But use of waste foundry sand (WFS) for land filling is becoming a problem due to rapid increase in disposal cost. In an effort to use the WFS in large volume, research has being carried out for its possible large scale utilization in making concrete as partial replacement of fine aggregate. This experimental investigation was performed to evaluate the strength and durability properties of concrete mixtures, in which natural sand was partial replaced with (WFS). Natural sand was replaced with five percentage (0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%) of WFS by weight. A total of five concrete mix proportions (M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4 and M-5) with and without WFS were developed. Compression test and splitting tensile strength test were carried out to evaluate the strength properties of concrete at the age of 7, 28 and 91 days. Modulus of elasticity and ultrasonic pulse velocity test were conducted at the age of 28 and 91 days. In case of durability property, Rapid Chloride Permeability test was performed on all five mix proportion at the age of 28 and 91 days. Test result indicate a marginal increase in strength and durability properties of plain concrete by inclusion of WFS as a partial replacement of fine aggregate. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Singh G.,RIMT IET | Siddique R.,Thapar University
Construction and Building Materials | Year: 2012

The abrasion resistance and strength properties of concrete containing waste foundry sand (WFS) were investigated. Sand (fine aggregate) was replaced with 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% of WFS by mass. The water-to-cement ratio and the workability of mixtures were maintained constant at 0.40 and 85 ± 5 mm, respectively. Properties examined were compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, modulus of elasticity and abrasion resistance expressed as depth of wear. Test results indicated that replacement of sand with WFS enhanced the 28-day compressive strength by 8.3-17%, splitting tensile strength by 3.6-10.4% and modulus of elasticity by 1.7-6.4% depending upon the WFS content, and showed continuous improvement in mechanical properties up to the ages of 365 days. Inclusion of WFS as sand replacement significantly improved the abrasion resistance of concrete at all ages. Strong correlation exists between the abrasion resistance and each of the mechanical properties investigated. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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