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Vol. 14 Issue 4

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May 25, 2021
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 14 Issue 4      Submission Start Date: May 01, 2022      Acceptence Notification Start: May 10, 2022      Submission End: May 20, 2022      Final MenuScript Due: May 22, 2022      Publication Date: May 25, 2021




Volume XIII Issue VIII

Author Name
Vivek Kumar, Chinmay Bhatt, Bharti Chourasia
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 13 Issue 8
Abstract
The ease of access to the various resources on the web enabled the democratization of access to information but at the same time allowed the appearance of enormous plagiarism problems. Many techniques of plagiarism were identified in the literature, but the plagiarism of idea steels the foremost troublesome to detect, because it uses different text manipulation at the same time. Indeed, a few strategies have been proposed to perform the semantic plagiarism detection, but they are still numerous challenges to overcome. Unlike the existing states of the art, the purpose of this study is to give an overview of different proposition for plagiarism detection based on the Machine learning algorithms. The main goal of these approaches is to provide high quality of worlds or sentences vector representation. In this paper, we propose a comparative study based on a set of criterions like: Vector representation method, Level Treatment, Similarity Method and Dataset. One result of this study is th
PaperID
2021/EUSRM/8/2021/61238

Author Name
Shilpi Raghuwanshi, Chinmay Bhatt, Bharti Chourasia
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 13 Issue 8
Abstract
In medical services, the Internet of Things (IoT) offers many advantages, including having the option to screen patients all the more intently and utilizing information for investigation. With regards to IoT for clinical gadget combination, the center is moved towards the customer end, for example, glucose meters, circulatory strain sleeves, and different gadgets intended to record information on understanding crucial signs. This empowers medical care suppliers to naturally gather data and apply choice help rules to consider prior mediation in the therapy cycle. Lamentably, clinical organizations frequently don't consider the security dangers of interfacing these gadgets to the web. There is plausible that a zero-day exploit in a clinical gadget can be utilized to harm or even kill somebody without being distinguished. The ascent in hackable clinical gadgets has constrained the FDA to give formal direction on how clinical gadget creators should deal with reports about digital weaknesse
PaperID
2021/EUSRM/8/2021/61239

Author Name
Arpit Aditya, Alka Thakur
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 13 Issue 8
Abstract
Induction motors are the starting point to design an electrical drive system, which is widely used in many industrial applications. In modern control theory, different mathematical models describe induction motor according to the employed control methods. Vector control strategy can be applied to this electrical motor type in symmetrical three-phase version or in unsymmetrical two-phase version. The operation of the induction motor can be analyzed similar to a DC motor through this control method. With the Joint progress of the power electronics and numerical electronics it is possible today to deal with the axis control with variable speed in low power applications. With these technological projections, various command approaches have been developed by the scientific community to master in real time, the flux and the torque of the electrical machines, the direct torque control (DTC) scheme being one of the most recent steps in this direction. This scheme provides excellent properties
PaperID
2021/EUSRM/8/2021/61240

Author Name
Ranveer Sahu, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 13 Issue 8
Abstract
Cracks in structural members lead to local changes in their stiffness and consequently their static and dynamic behaviour is altered. The influence of cracks on dynamic characteristics like natural frequencies, modes of vibration of structures has been the subject of many investigations. However, studies related to behaviour of composite cracked structures subject to in-plane loads are scarce in literature. Present work deals with the vibration and buckling analysis of a cantilever beam made from graphite fibre reinforced polyimide with a transverse one-edge non-propagating open crack using the finite element method. The undamaged parts of the beam are modelled by beam finite elements with three nodes and three degrees of freedom at the node. An overall additional flexibility matrix‟ is added to the flexibility matrix of the corresponding non-cracked composite beam element to obtain the total flexibility matrix, and therefore the stiffness matrix in line with previous studies. The vibr
PaperID
2021/EUSRM/8/2021/61241