International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication (SmartTech-2017)

Deepshikha Bhargava, Ramesh C Poonia, Swapnesh Taterh
2018 Journal of Biology and Today s World  
For all commodity crops quality is very important factor. For any crop it is required to do quality analysis for sorting good products. While analysis of any grain sample it is required to identify non-quality elements. If non-quality elements are presents in grain then products made from it will be low in price and might be dangerous to health. However it is tedious, but it is very important to perform the individual kernel's qualitative analysis for finding non family substance in grain
more » ... . Analyzing the grain sample manually is more time consuming and complicated process, and there are high chances of errors with subjectivity of human perception. To get uniform standard precision quality, machine based techniques are having great significance. With that we can reproduce the same qualitative result efficiency again and again. Authentication of grain sample is also done using advanced biology-based techniques focusing on DNA as the target analysis element. Image processing techniques has proven solution for many problems, the reason being with this approach mainly actual product be intact. An attempt is made to investigate techniques used for the grain quality analysis. The main attempt is made to investigate foreign particles in grain sample. A foreign particle is any element exists in grain sample which is not of interest. It might be piece of stone, leaf, send; it might be the seeds which are not having predefined quality (i.e. immature or damaged). Nondestructive image based grain analysis technique is used for recognizing non-quality elements from grain sample. We have found different image processing approaches for identification of foreign element and made comparisons of them. In the current review, we made an attempt to summarize the existing methods of adulteration detection and case study is provided for measuring rice (Oryza sativa L) quality with Basmati rice. Abstract: With the development of high throughput sequencing technology, massive amount of genomic data are generated every day. To efficiently handle these data for storage, processing and transmission, some specialized genomic data compression strategies are need of today. In this paper a hybrid approach based on substitution and statistics is proposed for genome compression (WBSC) .WBSC can handle the genomic data files in raw forms as well as Fasta/Multi Fasta formats. WBSC is a loss less algorithm in which searching is possible without fully decompression. Experiments show that proposed algorithm (WBSC) outperform in comparison to other state of art algorithms in terms of compression ratio, compression time and decompression time. Abstract: Quantum key distribution is the latest advancement in quantum cryptography. There are several QKD protocols like BB84, B92, Ekert91, COW, SARG04, etc. out of which B92 is the Second protocol developed in 1992 based on Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principal. In this paper we are discussing first about the working of B92 protocol and then proposing a new protocol which is a variation over B92 protocol, second the design of simulation setup is discussed and then we compare the performance of B92 with the proposed protocol and prove it much better in case of capacity. Object oriented approach is used in the simulation designing of new protocol and B92 protocol. Abstract: Smart irrigation is the future need as we are observing irregular monsoon, unavailability of water. In this aspect our intention is to increase the yield. We are considering this approach as a future need to conserve and utilize •
doi:10.15412/j.jbtw.01070107 fatcat:kxwja67k3zaolpfhr7izgincaq