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Job Shop Scheduling using Differential Evolution Algorithm

P. Shilpa , G. Balaraju P. Shilpa , G. Balaraju
2018 International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development  
U i.g+1 = x r1.g + F ( x r2.g -x r3,g ) (2) Where x r1.g , x r2.g and x r3.g are three distinct random vectors drawn from the population.  ...  Step 2: For each population member, i, a mutant vector (U i.g+1 )is formed: x i,g => U i.g+1 = { U i,1.g+1 , U i,2.g+1 , ………………… U i, D.g+1 } i =1,2,…NP Mutant vector is generated using the mutation strategy  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijmperdjun201837 fatcat:ovpta7dgejg5zgmcdkel2surw4

Study of hysterolaparoscopy in the evaluation of infertility

Shilpa G B, Consultant Reproductive Medicine, Shilpa Diagnostics, Davanagere-577004, Karnataka, INDIA.
2020 MedPulse International Journal of Gynecology  
Kavitha G, 8 noted normal laparoscopic findings were seen in 42.4% patients while Bhandari S et al. 9 had 47.9% patients with normal findings.  ...  article online Quick Response Code: Website: Accessed Date: 17 September 2020 This was a prospective, observational study, conducted in Department of obstetrics and gynaecology, Shilpa  ... 
doi:10.26611/10121536 fatcat:ppfqfe7cyzb63h3ryo5uxc6hka

An Innovative and Effective Approach for Sclera Detection

S. Athira, Shilpa Gopal, Shilpa Gopal, G. H. Gowri Krishna, Shriram K. Vasudevan, Gowri Krishna GH
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
distance map is given by: , R G B R G B RG B R G R B, , B G else >        0 The sclera map is used to map the sclera area in the segmented image.  ...  For natural illumination, the color distance map is given by: ( ) ( ) > > > − > − > > > , , , max , , min , , , , R G B R G B RG B R G R G R B B 0 else        For flash illuminators, the color  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i19/61512 fatcat:nobhcuxh6ret7jjcxl5chp46yy

Real Time Simulation of Power Electronic Converters

Babu Naik G, Shilpa G, Kattimani H D, Ozwin Dominic Dsouza
BIOGRAPHIES Babu Naik G has received his masters from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India.  ... 
doi:10.17148/ijireeice.2016.4235 fatcat:y45dxbgagrbbfnqnufgcz73gea

Commuting maps in G metric spaces

Saurabh Manro, Shilpa Tiwari, Shivdeep singh
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
) + G(x, a, z) + G(a, y, z) ), x, a, a) + G(y, a, a) + G(z, a, a) ).  ...  , (2) Definition 1.5.[5] A G -metric space (X, G) is said to be G- complete if every G-Cauchy sequence in (X, G) is G- convergent in X.  ... 
doi:10.5120/5835-7530 fatcat:c4oyc23ipbbupj2ju6qf2ddoea

Dirty Paper Coding using Sign-bit Shaping and LDPC Codes [article]

G Shilpa, Andrew Thangaraj, Srikrishna Bhashyam
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Let Λ denote an n-dimensional lattice with fundamental Voronoi region ν having averaged second moment P (Λ) = P X and normalized second moment G (Λ). Also let U ∼ Unif (ν) i.e.  ...  U + αN] mod Λ. (4) Lower bounds on achievable rates for the above equivalent channel is shown in [4] to be equal to I (V;Y ) ≥ 1 2 log 2 (1 + SNR) − 1 2 log 2 (2πeG (Λ)) . (5) For optimal shaping, G  ... 
arXiv:1001.3476v1 fatcat:rvblnodn2nhzzfoj3kopskbs6u

Degradation and Recyclability of Poly (Ethylene Terephthalate) [chapter]

S. Venkatachalam, Shilpa G., Jayprakash V., Prashant R., Krishna Rao, Anil K.
2012 Polyester  
Thermal degradation of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene terephthalate having IV exceeding 2 dl/g has a greater degradation rate than the conventional PET with IV 0.6 dL/g 5 .  ...  Effect of phosphoric acid on the mechanical properties of the PTY Quantity of Phosphoric acid added (parts per 10 6 g )(ppm) Tensile strength (g /d ) Elongation (%) 0 2.61 12.6 50 2.84 19.6  ... 
doi:10.5772/48612 fatcat:crrdgtaj5ncc7ceot6x7rmqpqa

Wireless Sensor Network Based Irrigation Management System

Associate Prof.Salokhe B.T, Miss Shilpa G. Gadekar
2015 IJARCCE  
Irrigation procedures are based on farmer's experience, soil properties and environmental conditions that are affected by changes in environmental conditions. Wireless sensor network is a solution for monitoring environmental conditions and efficient utilization of water. In this paper, an effective irrigation management system is presented for the container grown crops. It utilizes wireless sensor network for obtaining soil properties and environmental data continuously. Irrigation schedule of
more » ... different plants is planned according to their requirement which is based on the data obtained from sensor nodes deployed at different locations. The irrigation management system investigates data to identify water deficient locations and informs the farmers about it via alarming unit or a text message sent over LAN.
doi:10.17148/ijarcce.2015.44136 fatcat:vjkfbw2hcref3equmayeq5grmy


Shilpa Suresh*, Subhash Chandran M P, Dr. Prashob G R, Rohini L M, Sonam Sasi, Sudhi U S
2021 Zenodo  
The emergence of nanoparticles (NPs) has attracted tremendous interest of the scientific community for decades due to their unique properties and potential applications in diverse areas, including drug delivery and therapy. There is a need for a new discipline- nano toxicology-that would evaluate the health threats posed by nanoparticles, and would enable safe development of the emerging nanotechnology industry related to biotherapy. Green Nanotechnology gives the opportunity in lowering the
more » ... k of using nano materials, limiting the risk of producing nanomaterials, and using nano materials to lower the risk of producing unwanted chemical intermediates and end-products. Keywords: Nanoparticles, Green chemistry, Green synthesis, Chemical synthesis, Biological application.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5075933 fatcat:zrjll6s7tvgp3pbxctipqyi33y

Predicting the tension in actin cytoskeleton from the nucleus shape [article]

Sreenath Balakrishnan, Shilpa Ramachandra Raju, Anwesha Barua, G. K. Ananthasuresh
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Tension in actin cytoskeleton regulates many cellular processes and nuclear morphology. Here, we demonstrate a simple computational method for estimating actin cytoskeletal tension from nucleus shape. We first note that mechanics-based modeling defines a relationship among the volume, surface area, and projected area of the nucleus and hence a specific surface in the three-parameter space of the aforementioned geometric quantities. Data of nuclei from multiple cell types lie on such a surface.
more » ... urthermore, nuclei from a given cell population lie on a straight line on the surface. The location and orientation of the line varies with cell type. By using a mechanical model, we present two non-dimensional parameters, namely, the flatness and stretch indicators, which serve as curvilinear coordinates on the surface. Flatness indicator defines the extent of nuclear flattening due to actin cytoskeletal tension and the stretch indicator captures the effect of the elastic modulus of the nuclear envelope. We validate our assertions by modulating the actin cytoskeletal tension using three independent mechanisms: (i) direct downregulation by Cytochalasin D, (ii) indirect upregulation using Nocodazole, and (iii) mechanical stimulation by varying substrate stiffness. We also infer that the flatness indicator is equivalent to the ratio of the height to diameter of the nucleus and is related to the Vogel number. By using this geometric insight, we validate the predictions of our model with data from many previous studies. Finally, we present an analytical formula and a correlation for estimating actin cytoskeletal tension from nuclear projected area and volume.
doi:10.1101/2020.08.28.272435 fatcat:2qp3syqkendwpoae2qlpsaz62a

Natural History of Hepatitis C

Shilpa Lingala, Marc G. Ghany
2015 Gastroenterology Clinics of North America  
A large meta-analysis of 111 studies which included 33,121 subjects, conducted to examine progression of fibrosis, reported that 19% of subjects consumed alcohol ranging from 20 g/day to 80 g/day. 110  ...  week was associated with a 2.3 fold increase risk of cirrhosis. 112 It was also shown that even moderate alcohol consumption, as low as 31-50 g/day in men and 21-50 g/day in women, might worsen histological  ...  Seeff et al. have reported that more than two thirds of deaths with end-stage liver disease secondary to non-A, non-B hepatitis occurred in alcoholic patients. 4 An alcohol intake between 30-80 g/day  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.gtc.2015.07.003 pmid:26600216 pmcid:PMC5939344 fatcat:g2rjyvin3zcszgifydu3akqcea

GABAergic signaling promotes early-life seizures in epileptic SYNGAP1+/- mice [article]

Brennan J Sullivan, Pavel A Kipnis, Simon G Ammanuel, Shilpa D Kadam
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Guo X, Hamilton P, Reish NJ, Sweatt JD, Miller CA, Rumbaugh G.  ...  (G) NREM Gamma power after 527 6h SD. (H) NREM Delta power (0.5-4Hz) after 6h SD.*P<0.05 two tailed t-test. (n=2 mice per 528 group).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.11.14.381749 fatcat:4zkqsrkzyvdfde6wgbs65dtr5u


Shilpa Suresh*, Subhash Chandran M P , Dr. Prashob G R , Sonam Sasi
2022 Zenodo  
The densities of the dosage forms examined varied between 0.9 and 10.5 g/cm3 . The creator stated that materials of high density had slower GRTs than materials of light density.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6481312 fatcat:lgs64matabe73pvupgia3mm3gi

Multidimensional Homogeneous Cosmological Models in Wesson Theory of Gravitation [article]

G. S. Khadekar, Shilpa Samdurkar
2001 arXiv   pre-print
8 = 0 (2) G 11 = e ω μ 2 +μ 2 4 + (n − 3)e ω ω 2 +ωμ 4 + (n − 2)ω 2 8 +(n − 3)e ω−µ * * ω 2 − * ω * µ 4 + (n − 2) * ω 2 8 = 0 (3) G 11 = G 22 = G 33 = · · · = G (n−2)(n−2) G 0(n−1) = (n − 2) ω * 2 + *  ...  By applying this metric to the Einstein field equation G ij = R ij − 1 2 g ij R = 0 with the assumption e ν = 1 we get G 00 = −(n−2)(n−3)ω 2 8 −(n−2)ωμ 4 −(n−2) e −µ * * ω 2 − * ω * µ 4 + (n − 1) * ω 2  ... 
arXiv:gr-qc/0111083v2 fatcat:m7pi4lsjwrddhhi6yinvnm43n4

Innovative Teaching in Town Planning in Architecture Curriculum

Parag G. Narkhede, Shilpa S. Nagapurkar
2016 Journal of Engineering Education Transformations  
Bachelor of Architecture curriculum in Indian Universities includes Subject of Townplanning in its Fourth Year of study. It incorporates Planning Theory and Planningstudio both. While teaching Planning in Bachelor of Architecture curriculum, it isnecessary to decide upon the scope of the subject and needs to be orientedappropriately. The aim of teaching Planning to an Architecture student is definitelydifferent as it is essential to understand the need of learning Town Planning for anArchitect
more » ... nd its application in his practice. It is necessary to teach Planning in sync withArchitectural Design projects in concerned Year of Bachelor of Architecture curriculum.Generally the fourth year consists of Housing and urban Design projects in ArchitecturalDesign. Through appropriate content and teaching of planning subject, it needs to beseen that it is supporting and adding to the understanding of the Design curriculum. Outof various aspects of planning it is important to decide which of them are appropriate forArchitecture curriculum. The paper aims at studying the curriculum of selectedUniversities and associated pedagogy. Comparative analysis of these case studies isused to withdraw the inferences. Inferences are also based upon content of syllabus ofPlanning and its application to Architectural Practice. A common module of syllabus ofPlanning is prepared and appropriate pedagogy is suggested in the form of set ofguidelines. The same is applicable for framing the new syllabus structure for concernedsubject in Indian Universities. It consists of feedback from experts in the field ofArchitecture and Planning which contributes for finalizing content of the subject.
doi:10.16920/jeet/2016/v0i0/85670 fatcat:czu5xhrqtvhc5bax5ahc32b6xe
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