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IJASE - Volume 8 - Issue 1

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Title: Contents Vol. 8, No. 1, June 2020
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Title: Informatics: Foundation, Nature, Types and Allied areas—An Educational &Analytical Investigation
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Informatics is an emerging subject that concern with both Information Technology and Management Science. It is very close to Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology rather Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Application, etc. The term Informatics widely used as an alternative to Information Science and IT in many countries. Apart from the IT and Computing stream, the field ‘Informatics’ also available in the Departments, Units, etc. viz. Management Sciences, Health Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Social Sciences, etc., based on nature of the Informatics. Informatics can be seen as a technology based or also as a domain or field specific depending upon nature and thus it is emerging as an Interdisciplinary Sciences. There are few dimensions of Informatics that can be noted viz. Bio Sciences, Pure & Mathematical Sciences, Social Sciences, Management Sciences, Legal & Educational Sciences, etc. This is a conceptual paper deals with the academic investigation in respect of the Informatics branch; both in internationally and in India.

Title: Hydrothermal Synthesis and Spectroscopic Characterization of one-dimentional Rod-like Hematite (α-Fe2O3) Mineral in Alkaline Medium
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Rod-like α-Fe2O3 was synthesized by hydrothermal method and characterized using spectroscopic methods of analysis. X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), X-field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM), elemental diffraction X- ray (EDX), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and dynamic light scattering (DLS) methods were used to characterize the synthesized mineral. XRD analysis shows that the single-crystalline sample indexed as the pure rhombohedra α-Fe2O3 material was formed while the DLS and zeta potential analysis indicated average particles sizes of about 1300.9 nm and 31.2 mV respectively. The morphology and shape of the synthesized mineral was studied with FESEM and TEM while the elemental analysis was done with EDX. FESEM and TEM analysis show that the synthesized α-Fe2O3 minerals were rod-like in shape while EDX analysis gave a good composition of the elements of the synthesized material. Therefore, this method may be applied to synthesize other forms of iron minerals or other inorganic materials at industrial scale especially when rod-like materials are needed.

Title: Wind Energy System Load Analysis with Voltage Regulator Controller based STATCOM
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The RMS values of the voltage outputs from the wind energy system where the speed of wind varies between 0 to 25 m/s has been observed. It is made to drive the heavy loads and the drop in the voltage outputs is being observed and compared with the system having the STATCOM with AC DC voltage regulation controller. The load has been varied continuously to observe the optimum value of load up to which both the systems are compatible. The waveform of the open circuit voltage output has a variation up to 800 to 1000 volts. This voltage should be maintained when it is made to drive any load without dropping in its value. It was observed that the voltage dip in system without STATCOM is more while driving 1000 KW load. However, the Optimum value of the system upto which it can drive load is 18KW and with STATCOM having AC DC voltage regulation controller It has improved to 50KW.

Title: A Review on Success Factors of Agile Software Development
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Nowadays, Agile software development methodology is adopted by many companies to develop good quality software. It makes easier for the developers to remove the errors and bugs at the time of development of software. In Agile development, bug prediction is used to predict the errors, faults, bugs on the basis of historical data. By which most of the bugs are resolved before software compiles. Machine learning approach is used to predict the bugs in agile, by which agile methodology reduces the cost of maintenance and increase the project success rate. There are some factors for the project success which are discussed in this paper.

Title: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – An IoT Integrated Services for Industry 4.0 : A Review
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Internet of Things (IoT), an inter-connecting technology comprising devices, objects, information, people and data, as a global internetwork for building intelligent systems. Such systems play a vital role in automating data sensing, machine and manufacturing process monitoring, product quality checking and lactation based smart shipping in real world industrial environment with integrity and interoperability. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) provides the integrated development environment for industries to build intelligent interconnected systems that uses the various IoT devices and bring the cyber and physical world together with higher level of availability and scalability. In this paper, we reviewed the transition of various IoT based systems to IIOT with the insights of concepts, devices and technologies of IoT and IIoT integrated applications which outlines the various trends and applications of Industry 4.0.

Title: CNN-SICE Learner Based Image Contrast Enhancement
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Producing the natural scene with good contrast, vivid color and rich details is an essential goal of digital photography. The acquired images, however, are often under-exposed or over-exposed because of poor lighting conditions and the limited dynamic range of imaging device. Contrast enhancement is thus an important step to improve the quality of recorded images and make the image details more visible. Many research work have been done for image enhancement. In this paper, different techniques and algorithms using machine learning approach are studied and Block based CNN Learner is designed for contrast enhancement.

Title: Human Resource Management Practices Affecting Organizational Commitment: A Study on HR Managers Transformational Leadership in the Middle East
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This research aims to explore the moderating effect of HR Managers transformational leadership on the relationship between human resources management practice and employee organizational commitment. A total of 3,185 samples were surveyed of the top six out of 11 financial control groups in Middle East. Results indicate that, aside from performance management, the remainder of the variables, including education and training, salary and remuneration, benefits, career development, and communication, have significant positive effects on employee organizational commitment. A HR Manager transformational leadership, on the other hand, yielded no significant effect on employee organizational commitment. However, HR Manager’s transformational leadership has significant positive moderating effect to the influence of performance management, salary and remuneration on employee organizational commitment, and significant negative moderating effect to the influence of communication on employee organizational commitment.