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Title: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM USING KDDCUP’99 DATASET
Author: Kusum Lata, Mr. Manoj Yadav and Mr. Kailash Patidar
Keyword: IDS, Security Threats, Integrity, KDDCUP99
Page No: 23-33
Abstract: An Internet is extensively used technology for the data communication now-a-days but during the communication of data network can be influenced by rigorous type of security threats and security issues which may lead the loss of data or can corrupt the data. So, to preserve the integrity or confidentiality of personal data or information a system is developed is known an intrusion detection system which collect and examine the various areas from which network can get trap. For the detection of intrusion different methodologies has been developed. In this paper, literature of some of the techniques to identify and thwart from the intrusion and their detection techniques is discussing using KDDCUP99 dataset and also presents its merits and demerits.Download PDF


Title: AN ANALYSIS ON SOFTWARE QUALITY PROPHECY USING DATA MINING AND MACHINE LEARNING PROFICIENCY
Author: Shubha Dubey
Keyword: Software quality prophecy, metrics, machine learning, prophecy proficiency.
Page No: 34-40
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.8.2.2020.34-40
Abstract: The need of the time is highly reliable software usage in the systems. However, time-consuming costly development processes to assure reliability. One lucrative approach is to aim reliability-enhancem ent activities to those modules that are likely to have the most problems. If in each module software quality prophecy models can predict the number of faults at the earliest it would be expected enough effective for reliability enhancement. The main purpose of this paper is to help developers categorize defects based on existing software metrics using data mining proficiencies and by this means improve the software quality. In this paper, various software quality prophecy strategies based on Bayesian belief network, neural networks, fuzzy logic, support vector machine and case-based reasoning are juxtapose. This study gives better relative understanding about these strategies, and helps to choose an approach based on existing resources software quality prophecy using software metrics in the literature.Download PDF


Title: AN ANALYSIS ON MACHINE LEARNING BASED PREDICTION FOR SUCCESS RATE OF PROJECT
Author: Vikas
Keyword: Forest, Logistic Regression, Prediction, Software Project, MAE, MSE, Precision,
Page No: 41-49
Abstract: The prediction of project success the exhaustive goal of various Industries. Whereas, it becomes more critical to execute the project successfully. To predict the project success various data mining a nd machine learning techniques such as k-nearest neighbor, SVM classier, logistic regression has been developed but, in this work, we use random forest classifier for the prediction of project success with reduced cost and schedule. The random forest classifier selects the dataset randomly from the available dataset and the generate the decision tree of the selected dataset and then apply the voting on the prediction results and whose score and accuracy will be maximum that will indicates the success of project. For the sample dataset we use online resource of kaggle and the experimental results is generated from the widely used machine learning programming language Python which helps in the analysis of the proposed methodology. The performance of proposed methodology is measured using the parameters such as Score, accuracy, precision, recall value, F1 score, mean absolute error and mean square error. The comparative analysis of the proposed methodology is done among the existing approach K-neighbor and Logistic regression. The score and accuracy value of our proposed methodology is 78% while other is less. Similarly, the F1 score, precision and recall value of proposed methodology is 43%, 50% and 42% while the K –neighbor and logistic regression is comparatively very less. Similarly, the comparative analysis of proposed and existing approach is done using mean absolute error and mean square error and the value is 22% and 11% which is very less. These results of proposed methodology improve the success rate of software project Download PDF


Title: ASSESSMENT AND DETERMINATE FACTORS OF STUDENT’S STUDY TIME PER DAY IN CASE OF TEPI PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Author: Tesfaledet Tsegay Mena*and Mebrat Tekle
Keyword: Home environment, Mizan-Tepi, Regression
Page No: 16-22
Abstract: This study was conducted on the regression analysis to assess the relationship between home environment and study time in case of Tepi preparatory school students. The purpose of this study was to ide ntify the relationship home environment and study time of students. For these study 104 samples of students was selected by using cluster sampling method from the total number of 818 populations (students). The main source of data for this study was primary data, which is directly collected from the students through questionnaires. Multiple linear regression was used to analyze data. This finding showed that sex, number of academic books at home, and helping family at home has a significance effect on the study time of students. Download PDF


Title: ANTI-MICROBIAL PROPERTIES OF BLACK TEA, INDIA: A REVIEW
Author: D.S.R.S.Prakash, J.Balaji Chandra Mouli and S.Murali Mohan
Keyword: Black tea, polyphenols, theaflavins, the arubigins, methylxanthine (caffeine, theobromine, and theophylline antimicrobial, antiviral, antiprotozoal, antifungal.
Page No: 23-27
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.8.2.2020.23-27
Abstract: Tea is widely used beverage with medicinal benefits. Black tea is the complete fermented/oxidized form of tea leaves. Black tea contains polyphenol compounds complex flavonoids called theaflavins and the arubigins, which are responsible for a number of potential health benefits. Antioxidant, anticancerous, antidiabetic properties of theaflavins from black tea were discussed in this review. Tea flavonoids can act against food borne and other pathogenic bacteria, virulent protein toxins produced by bacteria, virulent bacteriophages, pathogenic viruses and fungi which includes the bioavalibility of the flavonoids and methylxanthine. Moreover, the sustenance of antimicrobial potential was also correlated with the shelf life of black tea. In this perspective, the focus of this review is to introspect the antibacterial, antiviral, antiprotozoal, antifungal activities of black tea.Download PDF


Title: HPTLC FINGER PRINTING ANALYSIS OF THE PDM EXTRACT SCOPARIA DULCIS LINN.
Author: Jitendra Bajaj*, Neeraj Upmanyu
Keyword: Scoparia dulcis linn, PDM extract, HPTLC analysis.
Page No: 28-30
Abstract: Scoparia dulcis linn (family: Scrophulariaceae) is a glabrous under shrub with small white flowers commonly found on the waste lands and fallow fields. This plant was widely used in the indigenous sys tem of medicine. Infusion of leaves is used in fever, cough, and bronchitis and as gargle for toothache. The PDM extract, active fractions and pure compounds were subjected to HPTLC analysis (CAMAG, Muttenz, Switzerland) using precoated TLC plate of silica gel 60 F254 (Merck, Darmstadt, Germany). 5 mg/ml solution of PDM extract was spotted using Linomat IV automatic spotter. TLC was developed using chloroform methanol (9:1) as solvent system. After development, TLC plate was dried and scanned using HPTLC analyzer and the peaks were recorded at wavelength of 254 nm and 366 nm. The plats were also sprayed with anisaldehyde sulphuric acid spraying reagent.Download PDF


Title: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A SIMPLE UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC AND STRESS STUDIES METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF VALACYCLOVIR HYDROCHLORIDE BOTH IN BULK AND MARKETED DOSAGE FORMULATIONS
Author: Dr.K. Bhavyasri*, M.V.S. Lavanya and Dr. Mogili. Sumakanth
Keyword: Valacyclovir hydrochloride, UV spectrophotometric method, validation, method development.
Page No: 20-26
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.9.2.2020.20-26
Abstract: A simple, accurate, precise UV spectrophotometric method was developed in pure and pharmaceutical formulations for Valacyclovir hydrochloride. It is a antiviral drug. Valacyclovir hydrochloride exhibi ting maximum absorbance at 251 nm in distilled water and the method was validated for linearity, precision, sensitivity, and specificity. The drug obeyed linearity at concentration range of 2-32 µg/ml. The proposed method was validated statistically with significant high value of correlation coefficient 0.999. The percentage recovery value for Valacyclovir hydrochloride was in the range of 99.1 –99.7%. Therefore, the proposed method could be applied for the routine analysis of pharmaceutical dosage forms containing Valacyclovir hydrochloride. Forced degradation studies were also performed.Download PDF


Title: STUDY OF POWDER AND TABLETING FUNCTIONALITY TOWARDS EVALUATION AND CHARACTERISATION OF BARETab® PH (ALL IN ONE EXCIPIENT) AS A SUBSTITUTE OF CONVENTIONAL PHYSICALLY MIXED MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE, CROSCARMELLOSE SODIUM, SILICON DIOXIDE AND PURIFIED TALC IN A PCM FORMULATION
Author: Monika Tomar, *Amit Raj Sinha
Keyword: Co-Processed Excipient BARETab® PH, True density, Compressibility, SEM, Surface area, Paracetamol DC tablet.
Page No: 27-36
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.9.2.2020.27-36
Abstract: BARETab® PH is a multi-functional ready to use premixed, co-processed ingredient for direct compression (DC) formulations. It is a combination of selective, largely used excipients for DC. Direct comp ression is the most widely used tableting method because of the simple manufacturing process with higher output in a shorter time. In DC formulations, the major disadvantage is due to heterogeneous mixture of excipients and API. Mostly APIs have poor flowability and compressibility, which cause weight, hardness variation, high friability and unequal API distribution in the tablets. In general, excipients and APIs have different particle size which makes heterogeneous mixture challenging. Fine particles of API and excipient cause physical defects like sticking, capping and lamination in formulations. BARETab® PH can solve all these problems primarily due to its homogeneous mixing, larger surface area and superior flowability which carries the API and allows equal distribution in the tablets. BARETab® PH facilitates better uniformity, higher tablet hardness, shorter disintegration time and eliminates physical tableting defects. In this study, we have produced Paracetamol (PCM) tablet by direct compression with improved tablet properties and shortened manufacturing time when compared to the wet granulation methodDownload PDF


Title: ATRIAL FIBRILATION MIMICKING ACUTE RENAL REJECTION
Author: Mehmet Fatih Yüzbasioglu, Hatice Güzel, Arzu Tuna, Gülay Oyur Çelik, Sezgin Topuz, Alper Boz
Keyword: Atrial Fibrilation, Rejection, Renal Transplantation
Page No: 7-10
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.7.2.2020.07-10
Abstract: Purpose: Atrial fibrillation in renal transplant patients is a cardiac pathology that should be treated. A year ago, the patient underwent cadaveric transplantation. The patient was discharged normall y. During the 1-year follow-up period no rejection was observed. However, the patient was hospitalized because of the 3.3 mg / dL creatinine value in the first follow-up year Material and method: Pulse steroid therapy was initiated with pre-diagnosis of rejection. Beta blocker therapy, due to the high value of creatinine, started low dose because the patient had ECG in atrial fibrillation. On the second day of the treatment, the patient requested Dopler USG. It was stated that the residual index (RI) value was slightly increased when the posterior artery and vein were open. In the meantime, due to the lack of urine output and the increased potassium value of the patient, nephrology has planned dialysis treatment. But the patient did not accept the dialysis treatment. The patient was scheduled for a biopsy on the third day of the pulse steroid, assuming no response to treatment. Cardiac enzymes, ECG and cardiology consultation were requested on the patient with severe respiratory distress and retrosternal pain due to increase in volume load and exacerbation of atrial fibrillation. It is recommended that chronic atrial fibrillation needed full-dose Beta blockers in the acute phase if there was not an obstacle Findings: Treatment of cardiology has begun. Effective therapy resulted in patient fibrillation to normal rhythm. On the next day, the patients creatinine level reached 1.4 and the urine output increased to normal level. The patient was discharged after 1 week. Conclusion(s): It should be remembered that patients with atrial fibrillation may have increased creatinine levels due to hypoperfusion. Early and effective treatment is important. Download PDF


Title: DETERMINANT OF MANISTRATUION RELATED PROBLEM AMONG ADOLESCENT HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS IN CASE OF TEPI TOWN SOUTH WEST ETHIOPIA
Author: Tesfaledet Tsegay Mena* and Yewulseht Mengistu Haile
Keyword: Adolescent, Menstruation, Multistage sampling, Logistic regression
Page No: 11-19
Abstract: Adolescent girls often lack knowledge regarding reproductive health including menstruation hygiene which can be due to socio-cultural barriers in which they grow up This study was undertaken to examin e the knowledge, perception, practices and experiences of adolescent females between the ages of 10-19 years old on issues regarding menstruation and menstrual hygiene. This study is cross sectional using a non-experimental descriptive survey research. The sample size was selected using a multistage sampling technique: stratified, simple random and purposive sampling technique. The study found out that most of the adolescents used sanitary pads as absorbent during their last menses, changed menstrual dressings 2-4 times per day; most increased the frequency of bathing. Institutionalizing sexuality education in Tepi high schools; developing and disseminating sensitive adolescent reproductive health messages targeted at both; parents and their adolescent females and improving access of the young females to youth health services are vital means of meeting the reproductive health needs of the adolescent females in Tepi. Download PDF


Title: THE EFFECTS OF THE MULTI-CURRENCY SYSTEM ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN ZIMBABWE
Author: Naison Manda & Vusumuzi Sibanda
Keyword: Capacity Utilisation, Manufacturing Sector, Multi-Currency Regime, Performance
Page No: 22-35
DOI: 10.30876/JOHR.6.2.2020.22-35
Abstract: This study examined the impact of MCR on the performance of the manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe. The study adopted a survey design in which a mixed methods approach was used to collect both quantitat ive and qualitative data. The population for this study comprised of 38 manufacturing companies in Zimbabwe listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and are members of the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI). Stratified random sampling was used to select 160 participants in 10 manufacturing companies in Harare. Data from the respondents in the manufacturing companies was collected using questionnaires. The study also sought the opinions of five key stakeholders from the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Confederation of Zimbabwe Industry and Bankers Association of Zimbabwe in order to consolidate the study and data were collected using interviews. The study found out that the use of the MCR in the Zimbabwean economy resulted in the loss of control over Monetary Policy and the ‘market’ had since dictated and adopted the US Dollar as the major transacting currency resulting in massive capital flight. The study further showed that a number of changes were necessary in manufacturing companies, which include change of management and having new ideas, investment in human resources through training, and acquisition of new machinery. The study recommends the reintroduction of the Zimbabwean local currency and placing of embargos against importation of certain goods to boost local production. Furthermore, manufacturing companies need to invest in research and development and come up with new, unique products. Download PDF