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Volume-3 Issue-2, February 2016, ISSN: 2347-6389 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. 

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Tarique Raza, Rasika Bhosale, Kumari Niharika, Samruddhi Patil

Paper Title:

A Survey On Managing Telemedicine Database To Design Superior Web-based Computing Services

Abstract:  Many Web based technologies use database organizations as their backbone. Frequent changes and development in the information of these technologies is one of the main issues. We can see Web data organizations as a solution in terms of appreciable redesigns and controlling the information genuineness. At present, Web telemedicine database organizations are of central criticalness to owed structures. Data fragmentation, database Websites clustering and intelligent data distribution are the three fold approaches that are being used in WTDS. These approaches reduce the data cost, improves response time and throughput.

Keywords: Web telemedicine database systems (WTDS), Database fragmentation, Data distribution, Data allocation, Clustering.

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Gheorghe Gîlcă, Nicu George Bîzdoacă

Paper Title:

Facial Expressions and Speeches Obtained Through Rear Projection using the Socibot Desktop Robot 

Abstract: This article aims to present a few practical applications using the Socibot Desktop social robot. To begin, we need to connect the Socibot Robot to the Ethernet or WiFi network. Then, in the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) browser we can control the robot directly, write programs it can execute, load a guise for it, or get access to the robot sensors. We mean to realize two applications: making a new guise to be loaded into the robot's memory in order to be projected onto its face and creating a program in the Virtual Robot browser interface. The first application aims to change the robot's appearance with the guise we created. The guise was created in Adobe Photoshop and then loaded into the robot's memory. The second application is more complex, the completed program has a length of 57 seconds, contains 21 head movements, 4 speeches in French and 2 guises of the robot Socibot.

Keywords: browser interface, guise, moods, sequence, social robot

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R. Narayanan, S. Jiji, K. Kadirvelu, N. Gopalan, K. Sekhar

Paper Title:

Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles using Different Bacteria and Optimization of the Process Parameters using Proteus vulgaris

Abstract: In recent years, biosynthesis of nanoparticles has gained significant interest over chemical and physical synthesis, because of their eco-friendly unique properties and applications. In the present study, an attempt was made to synthesize silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) by optimizing the process variables using various bacteria species to get the consistency in the size and shape of the nanoparticles. The bacterial species used were Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia, Proteus vulgaris, Salmonella paratyphi, Yersinia entero, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Shigella flexneri, Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Bacillius thuringinesis. Different process variables including time, temperature and silver nitrate concentrations were optimized to obtain the uniform size and shape of AgNPs. Among the different bacterial species studied, Proteus vulgaris was found to be the most suitable one for the proposed application. Spectroscopy and electron microscopic characterizations reveal that the biosynthesized AgNPs were uniform in size with spherical form and particles size ranging from 5-10 nm. In order to know the utility of the biosynthesized AgNPs, cytotoxic effects and antibacterial activities were undertaken using RAW-264.17 cells and pathogenic bacterial cultures respectively. Results of the antibacterial studies reveal that, bio-synthesized AgNPs were capable of inhibiting the growth of tested bacterial species at a concentration of 10-30 μg/ml. The cytotoxic studies with RAW-264.17 cells further reveal that AgNPs had shown significant anti-cell proliferation effect against the studied cells with a concentration of 10-50 μg/ml. Based on the studies it is concluded that the established method in the present study is a viable alternative for cumbersome chemical synthesis of AgNPs with significant antimicrobial properties. The AgNPs obtained can be used in the preparation of different antiseptic formulations.

Keywords: Bacteria: Silver-nanoparticles: optimization: Electron microscopy: antimicrobial activity: anti-cancerous activity.

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