Notice Board: Call for Paper Vol. 8 Issue 10      Submission Start Date: September 30, 2021      Acceptence Notification Start: October 12, 2021      Submission End: October 18, 2021      Final MenuScript Due: October 22, 2021      Publication Date: October 31, 2021






Volume 3 Issue 1

Author Name
Vandana Khare, Surendra Vishwakarma
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 1
Abstract
Now a day’s increasing size of multi-media data decrease the performance of internet browsing and waste of transmission bandwidth. Now increase the browsing capacity and proper utilization of dedicated bandwidth required compression technique. The compression technique gives the verity of algorithm such as loss less compression and lossy compression. The process of loss less image compression is very complex and slow. How can improve the compression ratio is a major challenge in digital image compression technique. For the improvement of compression rate various algorithm and transform based method are used. In consequence of this process one researcher used genetic based image compression technique. In this technique used the parallel algorithm concept for image compression. But certain limitation is there. In this paper modified the genetic based image compression technique using multi-objective genetic algorithm for the image compression technique. The multi-objective genetic algori
PaperID
2016/03/IJMERT/01/139

Author Name
Ritu Vishwakarma, Sumit Sharma
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 1
Abstract
In current scenario ZigBee wireless sensor network suffered from distribution of power and route cost for the selection of root tree node and communicating node. The utilization of power factor in sensor network is limited due to this reason most of authors used the process of energy consumption for the increasing the life of network. The power supply process of wireless sensor network is fixed type. The process of power used battery. In the process of improvement of ZTR protocol one protocol are available such are called as STR protocol. Basically STR protocol is a combination of two different routing protocols for the processing of energy saving mode and cost. The STR protocol design on the principle of AODV and tree based routing mode selection based on limited power threshold factor. The research gap between ZTR and STR is sharing of information for the selection of tree node process. During the cluster node selection more power is consumed. Now reduction of this power effect used
PaperID
2016/03/IJMERT/01/140

Author Name
Amit bharadwaj
Year Of Publication
2016
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 1
Abstract
The common vision of smart systems today, is by and large associated with one single concept, the internet of things (IoT), where the whole physical infrastructure is linked with intelligent monitoring and communication technologies through the use of wireless sensors. In such an intelligent vibrant system, sensors are connected to send useful information and control instructions via distributed sensor networks. Wireless sensors have an easy deployment and better flexibility of devices contrary to wired setup. With the rapid technological development of sensors, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) will become the key technology for IoT and an invaluable resource for realizing the vision of Internet of things (IoT) paradigm. It is also important to consider whether the sensors of a WSN should be completely integrated into IoT or not. New security challenges arise when heterogeneous sensors are integrated into the IoT. Security needs to be considered at a global perspective, not just at a lo
PaperID
2017/03/IJMERT/1/243



Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 8 Issue 10

Submission Start Date:
September 30, 2021

Acceptence Notification Start:
October 12, 2021

Submission End:
October 18, 2021

Final MenuScript Due:
October 22, 2021

Publication Date:
October 31, 2021