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Title: Contents for Volume 5 Issue 1 June 2017
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Contents for Volume 5 Issue 1 June 2017

Title: Human-Centered Computing: Healthy Gift of Social Engineering for Promoting Digital Humanities: A Short Communication
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Human Centered Computing is one of the emerging interdisciplinary domains responsible for building computing and Information Infrastructure which is very much close to Human-Computer Interaction and Social Computing and it is deals with some special characteristics. Kling and Star first coined the term ‘Human Centered Computing’ and now it is most popular in Social Engineering Field. It particularly focuses on users specially working with computer rather than other kind of machine or designed artifacts. In this way, most of the electronic products are getting very close to HCI and Human Centered Computing and hence the R/D activity on this domain is rising. This paper talks about Human Centered Computing and its allied fields highlighting its benefits and features and the need of Software Engineering to promote the field.

Title: Ad-Hoc Data Processing and its Relation with Cloud Computing in Finance Sector
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Ad-hoc data processing has cloven to be a laborious illustration for Internet companies who process large quantities of unstructured data. However, the accuracy of cloud-based computing, where storage are outsourced to multiple third-parties across the world, expounded large gathered of highly distributed and evermore detonates data. Our secretion combines the power and ingeniousness of the MapReduce abstraction with a wide-scale of distributed stream processor. While our incremental MapReduce operators avoid data re-processing, the stream processor manages the allocation and anatomical data flow of the operators across the large volume of area. We display a distributed web indexing engine against which users can dedicate and spread continuous MapReduce jobs. An integration element illustrates both the incremental indexing and index searches in tangible time. I also discuss the factors that make cloud computing a striking option for financial services firm, argue the advantages of cloud computing by providing some examples of assumption by financial services firms, and provide our aspects on the ideal types of financial services systems that should be moved to a cloud

Title: Unified Payment Interface (UPI): A Cashless Indian e-Transaction Process
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Payment systems in India have undergone rapid changes during the past few years. The Vision Document on Payment Systems released by the Reserve Bank of India states several measures for building a ‘less cash’ society. The adoptions of mobile and card payment systems are two key components of this initiative. This paper presents an overview of a transformational project initiated recently by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). This article aims to empower the bank customer to ‘send’ and ‘collect’ money in real time with just an e-mail, like a financial address, both for person-to- person (P2P) payments and Business to Consumer (B2C) Collect. This paper also includes the comparison study of different UPI Apps.

Title: Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater in West Bengal: Awareness for Health and Social Problems
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During the last four decades arsenic contamination of groundwater in nine districts out of twenty in West Bengal has become a serious problem. About 20% population of West Bengal in nine districts (Malda, Murshidabad, Nadia, North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Kolkata, Howrah, Hoogly and Burdwan) are affected by arsenic problem. Arsenic enters into the human body by drinking of contaminated groundwater and food grains which are irrigated from contaminated water. Bio-accumulation of arsenic is occurring from the food grains as irrigated with arsenic contaminated water. Arsenic contamination of ground water in West Bengal leads to adverse effects on human health. Chronic exposure of arsenic can cause skin cancer and other health effects. Groundwater contamination with arsenic and human suffering are increasing in West Bengal. Arsenic affected people are also facing serious social problems in the affected villagers who are living in very poor economic conditions. To combat the arsenic crisis in West Bengal it is desperately need to increase awareness and educate the people about the problem. Besides, it is also necessary to use maximum of surface water resources by traditional water treatment techniques such as use water after filtration by activated alumina or use water after boiling for safe drinking water.