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Chat Messenger using Flutter

Tanmay Sharma, Abhijay Singh, Nidhi Tyagi
2021 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Chat application is an easy platform to connect people by enabling them to stay linked to each other. In today's time messaging apps have more worldwide users than conventional social networks-which mean they will play a progressively more significant role in the distribution of digital information. Fluttera high performance framework is based on Dart language is used for this purpose. It provides high UI directly in the operating system's workspace rather than through native framework.
more » ... , a next-generation appdevelopment platform on Google Cloud, provides Backendas-Service. It is a real-time database that permits storing a list of objects in the form of a tree form data structure. This research paper discusses about the implementation of a Chat Room for android mobile phone using flutter framework. To provide security to the client the database is created using Google.
doi:10.5120/ijca2021921240 fatcat:5mfibeovvzclpjh2edunn7kec4

GELIDIELLA ACEROSA: A PRECIS

Nupur Sharma, Nidhi Tyagi, S Sadish Kumar
2017 International Research Journal of Pharmacy  
Seaweeds are the macrophytic algae that grows mostly in shallow waters and are highly beneficial. Gelidiella acerosa belongs to the division rhodophyta and is found in shallow waters of intertidal and upper sub tidal zone. It yields the best quality agar a nd is also used as an ingredient in milk products, jams, marmalades, calorie free cooking and ice-creams. Since it has been reported to contain high percentages of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, polysaccharides, phenols and flavonoids, it
more » ... s shown wide applications in pharmaceutical industry. Gelidiella acerosa is reported to possess many pharmacological activities such as anticancer, cytotoxicity, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anticholinesterase, antifertility and anticoagulation activities.
doi:10.7897/2230-8407.080442 fatcat:6eog6qq2irappeajziu3odsbzm

Spectrum of Pediatric Malignancies at a Tertiary Care Centre in Western Uttar Pradesh

Rashmi Chauhan, Amit Tyagi, Nidhi Verma, Meenakshi Tyagi, Preeti Singh, Abhishek Singh
2017 National Journal of Laboratory Medicine  
Pediatric malignancies, although uncommon, are amongst the leading causes of death in children. These tumors show a distinctive incidence, histology and biological behaviour from those in adults. Aim: This study was conducted to find out the spectrum of pediatric malignancies in LLRM Medical College and associated SVBP Hospital, Meerut, India. Materials and Methods: A total of 51 cases were studied retrospectively over a period of five years. Patients, 0-14 years of age, diagnosed as a case of
more » ... alignancy by means of peripheral blood smears and bone marrow studies, cytological and histopathological examination, were included in the study. The records of these tumors were retrieved and analyzed, focussing on the prevalence according to age, sex and types of tumors. Results: Maximum number of cases (50.98%; 26/51) were seen in 10-14 years age group, followed by 29.41% (15/51) cases in 5-9 years age group and 19.61% (10/51) in 0-4 years. Males were affected in 68.63% (35/51) cases, while females were affected in 31.37% (16/51) cases. Male to female ratio was 2.2:1. Leukemias were found to be the most common pediatric cancers (29.4%; 15/51 cases), followed by lymphomas (17.65%; 09/51 cases), malignant bone tumors (11.8%; 06/51 cases), renal malignancies (9.8%; 05/51 cases), brain tumors, soft tissue sarcomas and germ cell tumors (7.8%; 04/51 cases each). In <5 years and 5-9 years age group, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) was the predominant malignancy (30% and 26.67% respectively). In 10-14 years of age, both ALL and Osteosarcoma accounted for the majority cases (15.38% each). Conclusion: This institution based study provides an insight into the pattern of distribution of childhood cancers in Western Uttar Pradesh region, which is important in the planning and evaluation of health strategies. In India, where there is scarcity of data because of lack of a dedicated pediatric cancer registry, such studies play a major role in effective disease management for this small but important group of patients.
doi:10.7860/njlm/2017/24325:2199 doaj:378ee1b94294487ea14dfc9196d22a45 fatcat:vuutg4at5nhxbfjlzmftviid6q

A Framework for Classification of Prokaryotic Protein Kinases

Nidhi Tyagi, Krishanpal Anamika, Narayanaswamy Srinivasan, Alan Ruttenberg
2010 PLoS ONE  
Overwhelming majority of the Serine/Threonine protein kinases identified by gleaning archaeal and eubacterial genomes could not be classified into any of the well known Hanks and Hunter subfamilies of protein kinases. This is owing to the development of Hanks and Hunter classification scheme based on eukaryotic protein kinases which are highly divergent from their prokaryotic homologues. A large dataset of prokaryotic Serine/Threonine protein kinases recognized from genomes of prokaryotes have
more » ... een used to develop a classification framework for prokaryotic Ser/Thr protein kinases. Methodology/Principal Findings: We have used traditional sequence alignment and phylogenetic approaches and clustered the prokaryotic kinases which represent 72 subfamilies with at least 4 members in each. Such a clustering enables classification of prokaryotic Ser/Thr kinases and it can be used as a framework to classify newly identified prokaryotic Ser/Thr kinases. After series of searches in a comprehensive sequence database we recognized that 38 subfamilies of prokaryotic protein kinases are associated to a specific taxonomic level. For example 4, 6 and 3 subfamilies have been identified that are currently specific to phylum proteobacteria, cyanobacteria and actinobacteria respectively. Similarly subfamilies which are specific to an order, sub-order, class, family and genus have also been identified. In addition to these, we also identify organism-diverse subfamilies. Members of these clusters are from organisms of different taxonomic levels, such as archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes and viruses. Conclusion/Significance: Interestingly, occurrence of several taxonomic level specific subfamilies of prokaryotic kinases contrasts with classification of eukaryotic protein kinases in which most of the popular subfamilies of eukaryotic protein kinases occur diversely in several eukaryotes. Many prokaryotic Ser/Thr kinases exhibit a wide variety of modular organization which indicates a degree of complexity and protein-protein interactions in the signaling pathways in these microbes.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010608 pmid:20520783 pmcid:PMC2877116 fatcat:6l56cxcomnho5btgqv5bx3h25y

Optimized Task Scheduling Algorithms in Distributed Computing: A Review

Nidhi Tyagi, Vinita Sharma
2019 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Cost is becoming the fruity factor to show the performance for any kind of experiment. Task scheduling algorithms are the valuable term in these days because of its performance in distributed computing environment. Market wants to pay minimum cost for every aspect. Task scheduling is performing the lead role in distributed computing with reducing cost. Various optimized task scheduling has been developed for execute the task efficiently. This paper proves that optimized task scheduling algorithms are better than traditional one's ever.
doi:10.5120/ijca2019918345 fatcat:4omgputqazfunbzwspygmcdzgm

Digital security implementation in big data using Hadoop

Palak Gupta, Nidhi Tyagi
2016 International Journal of Research Studies in Computing  
Retrieved from http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/business_technology/big_data_the_next_frontier_for_innovation Gupta, P., & Tyagi, N.  ...  The real value of data is observed after analyzing i.e. after finding patterns, deriving meanings, making decisions, the ultimate data is available whichever required (Gupta & Tyagi, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.5861/ijrsc.2016.1334 fatcat:y4fp5kbsxbeztgtyifwchbc6hi

A Novel Architecture of Ontology-based Semantic Web Crawler

Ram KumarRana, Nidhi Tyagi
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Finding meaningful information among the billions of information resources on the Web is a difficult task due to growing popularity of the Internet. The future of World Wide Web (WWW) is the Semantic Web, where ontologies are used to assign (agreed) meaning to the content of the Web. On the Semantic Web, data will inevitably be linked to many different ontologies, and information processing across ontologies is not possible without knowing the semantic mappings between them. As the resources on
more » ... the Semantic Web are annotated using these ontologies, new search techniques are required to find specific information. For this, architecture has been proposed for ontology based semantic web crawler. This architecture can exploit the semantic metadata to efficiently discover and extract information from the Semantic Web. In this paper Semantic matching between content of downloaded web page and ontology is used to guide the crawler towards relevant information. General Terms: Information Retrieval, Search Engine, Web Crawling and Semantic Matching.
doi:10.5120/6365-8724 fatcat:elbrwnzwgjflnbwoh76q6cbgia

Retrieval of Web Documents Using a Fuzzy Hierarchical Clustering

Deepti Gupta, Nidhi Tyagi, Komal Kumar Bhatia
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The World Wide Web has huge amount of information that is retrieved using information retrieval tool like Search Engine. Page repository of Search Engine contains the web documents downloaded by the crawler. This repository contains variety of web documents from different domains. In this paper, a technique called "Retrieval of Web documents using a fuzzy hierarchical clustering" is being proposed that creates the clusters of web documents using fuzzy hierarchical clustering.
doi:10.5120/921-1299 fatcat:e3ofpzubuzcivl7jm4x72ah2mq

A REVIEW ON IPOMOEA CARNEA: AN EXPLORATION

Prasoon Kumar Saxena, Deepak Nanda, Ritu Gupta, Nitin Kumar, Nidhi Tyagi
2017 International Research Journal of Pharmacy  
Ipomoea carnea commonly known as Besharam or Behaya tree belongs to the Convolvulaceae family. Plant is the native of America. Because of fast growing nature of Ipomoea carnea, it is widely distributed in India. If the pregnant animal (Got) eat this plant it was found that a lack of maternal infants bonding. Due to this nature, generally the plant called as Besharam / Behaya or Shameless. In this article we emphasize on control the uncontrolled propagation of Ipomoea carnea, and utilize as
more » ... s with cow dunk cake, different Species of Ipomoea available in different part of India, phytoconstituent of Ipomoea carnea, responsible for his toxic nature like Swainsonine, and pharmacological, toxicological property of Ipomoea carnea , like anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, etc.
doi:10.7897/2230-8407.08688 fatcat:vbbktjtaozc2vlle7cly2xo5k4

Radial Basis Function For Handwritten Devanagari Numeral Recognition

Prerna Singh, Nidhi Tyagi
2011 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The task of recognizing handwritten numerals, using a classifier, has great importance. This paper applies the technique of Radial Basis Function for handwritten numeral recognition of Devanagari Script. Lot of work has been done on Devanagari numeral recognition using different techniques for increasing the accuracy of recognition. Since the database is not globally created, firstly we created the database by implementing preprocessing on the set of training data. Then by the use of Principal
more » ... omponent Analysis we have extracted the features of each image, some researchers have also used density feature extraction. Since different people have different writing style, so here we are trying to form a system where recognition of numeral becomes easy. Then at the hidden layer centers are determined and the weights between the hidden layer and the output layer of each neuron are determined to calculate the output, where output is the summing value of each neuron. In this paper we have proposed an algorithm for determining Devanagari numeral recognition using the above mentioned system.
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2011.020521 fatcat:2q6hd3eqxvaq5e4afxtczlusi4

Incidence of bone tumors and tumor like lesions at a tertiary centre - a study of 64 cases

Nidhi Verma, Amit Tyagi, Preeti Singh, Meenakshi Tyagi, Monika Rathi, S. P. Sharma
2018 International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences  
Primary bone tumors are uncommon lesions constituting less than 1% of all cancers. Although open biopsy has high accuracy, it increases risk of tumor dissemination in patients with highly malignant tumors. FNAC eliminates the complications that may occur in surgical procedures and also gives quick results. This study was conducted to determine the spectrum and demographic characteristics of bone tumors and tumor like lesions at a tertiary care centre in western Uttar Pradesh and also to assess
more » ... he role of FNAC in their diagnosis.Methods: This is a three-year, retrospective as well as a prospective study done on a total of 64 cases. All the cases were subjected to detailed history, physical examination and radiological investigations. FNAC smears were stained with Giemsa and Papanicolaou stain. H and E staining was done for histopathology.Results: Mean age affected was 26 years. Male-female ratio was 2.8:1. Out of total 64 cases of bone tumors and tumor like lesions, maximum was chondrogenic tumors (17; 26.56%), followed by osteogenic tumors (15; 23.44%). Osteochondroma (08; 47.06%), Osteosarcoma (07; 46.66%) and Aneurysmal bone cyst (04; 50.0%) were the most common chondrogenic tumor, osteogenic tumor and tumor like lesion respectively. The most common bone affected was tibia (16; 25.0%), followed by femur (15; 23.4%). Sensitivity and specificity of FNAC as a diagnostic modality were 90.0% and 91.67% respectively.Conclusions: A good correlation is observed between cytological and histological diagnoses which implies that FNAC can be used as a preliminary diagnostic approach to bone tumors, although histopathology remains the gold standard.
doi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20180293 fatcat:auuvkhbjjzgr5mrh2ew26oewy4

ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY ON ROOTS OF SMILAX ZEYLANICA

Nidhi Tyagi, Nishant Chaturvedi, Nitin Chaudhary, Sunaina Sharma
2019 International Research Journal of Pharmacy  
Cite this article as: Nidhi  ... 
doi:10.7897/2230-8407.1006207 fatcat:w4xjt2clfvdtnpbezttzklxv4e

Context based Web Indexing for Storage of Relevant Web Pages

Nidhi Tyagi, Rahul Rishi, R. P. Agarwal
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
A focused crawler downloads web pages that are relevant to a user specified topic. The downloaded documents are indexed with a view to optimize speed and performance in finding relevant documents for a search query at the search engine side. However, the information will be more relevant if the context of the topic is also made available to the retrieval system. This paper proposes a technique for indexing the keyword extracted from the web documents along with their contexts wherein it uses a
more » ... eight balanced binary search (AVL) tree, for indexing purpose to enhance the performance of the retrieval system. General Terms Algorithm, retrieval, indexer.
doi:10.5120/5021-7166 fatcat:gpzvs44ikreerjno7cnwev3ktm

Hybrid Dehazing Technique using IDCP with Histogram Equalization for Color Image

Anupama A., Nidhi Singh, Lavi Tyagi
2017 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Nidhi V. Kothari et al.  ...  Nidhi Singh from Vivekanand Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad and Asst. Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2017915295 fatcat:jkqitcne2zavzncaf7yp7vm3wu

Diabetes mellitus: An Overview

Nitin Chaudhary, Nidhi Tyagi
2018 International Journal of Research and Development in Pharmacy and Life Sciences  
Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder resulting from a defect in insulin secretion, insulin action or both. The condition itself introduces a need for patient's lifestyle adjustment to the disease and a number of everyday therapeutic and diagnostic restrictions. The main indication of diabetes mellitus is a hyperglycemia in blood which is due to inappropriate pancreatic insulin secretion or low insulin-directed fostering of glucose by target cells. It is silent killer disease and affects
more » ... lions of people in the world. It is estimated that in 2010 there was globally 285 million people suffering from this disease. This number is estimated to increase to 430 million in the absence of better control or cure. Different types of diabetes mellitus, type 1, type 2, gestational diabetes and other types of diabetes mellitus are compared in terms of diagnostic criteria, etiology and genetics. As the disease progresses tissue or vascular damage ensures leading to severe diabetic complications such as retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, cardiovascular complications and ulceration. Currently available pharmacotherapy for the treatment of diabetes mellitus includes insulin and hypoglycemic agents. These drugs act by increasing the secretion of insulin form pancreas or reducing plasma glucose concentrations by increasing glucose uptake and decreasing gluconeogenesis. Comobrid mental diseases can further negatively influence the course of diabetes. They are specially depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and cognitive disorders including dementia. Various herbal drugs have been also proved effective due to their beneficial contents in treatment of diabetes. This article focuses on the causes, types, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes.
doi:10.21276/ijrdpl.2278-0238.2018.7(4).3030-3033 fatcat:4qvar2fq5re2nixbyw7z4aix24
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