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On A New Class of Univalent Functions with Application of Fractional Calculus Operators Defined By Hohlov Operator

Author(s):Waggas Galib Atshan --- A. H. Majeed --- Kassim A. Jassim 
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 99-111
In the present paper , we discuss some properties of a new class of univalent functions in the unit disk defined by Hohlov operator with application of fractional calculus operators, like , distortion theorem using fractional calculus techniques for the class H(a,b,c,γ,β),coefficient inequalities , extreme points , convex linear combination, and arithmetic mean. Also some results for our class are obtained.

Signals Spectral Analysis and Distortion Measurements Using an Oscilloscope, a Camera and a Pc

Author(s):A. A. Azooz --- S. K. Talal
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 112-119
This work describes a relatively simple yet effective method for analyzing harmonic distortions and spectral analysis of electronic signals up to the MHz range. The method involves the use a suitable analog or digital oscilloscopes to present the signal, taking a digital picture of the oscilloscope screen, converting the oscilloscope trace to numerical data and performing fast Fourier transform on the data. All MATLAB based software needed for the procedure is given. The results involve the spectrum analysis plot, the overall distortion, and all frequencies up to the tenth harmonic together with their relative amplitudes with respect to that of the fundamental frequency. The program provides for any user’s selected frequency band analysis to be presented.

D-Optimal Design for Logistic Regression Model with Three Independent Variables

Author(s):Habib Jafari --- Soliman Khazai --- Yazdan Khaki --- Tohid Jafari
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 120-124
Non-linear models are of particular importance owing to their various applications in different fields. In this paper, considering D-optimal criterion, appropriate models were introduced and, based on a logistic regression model with three independent variables and dependence of information matrix on passive parameters, a locally D-optimal design was obtained for several specific states. It is noteworthy that certain designs with different points were presented and their subject optimality was calculated based on space of the parameters.

A Novel Method for the Treatment of Eshidiya Industrial Wastewater

Author(s):Sadeq Emeish
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 125-138
The aim of this project was to remove chloride ions from Eshidiya industrial waste water to be reused in the flotation cells. The industrial wastewater was treated by passing it through ion exchange column. During the experiments, two types of resins were used: anion resin and mixed resin (cation / anion).The selectivity coefficient and the separation factor were calculated in those experiments and were found to be within the theoretical limits.The highest chloride ions removal efficiency which was reached in this process was 96.4% when the height of resin in the column was equal to 40 cm and the flow rate was equal to 0.12 liter/min. It was evident that this treated wastewater can be recycled to the flotation cells in the Jordan Phosphate Company, and the blow down water can be used for agricultural purposes.

The Ionization Potential of DNA and Liquid Water

Author(s):Awfa Zuhair Khudiar -- Khalid Abdul Wahab -- Riadhd K. A. Al-Ani
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 139-148
There are multiple applications in medical physics and space radiation health, such as hadron therapy for cancer treatment ofthe irradiation of  biological systems by energetic ion beams. Therefore, for a better control and understanding of the effects of radiation damage in living tissues, it is necessary to advance an accurate description of the energy loss from the ion beam to the target. In the present work  PPA of the dielectric formalism has been used to calculate the probability for an energetic proton to produce electronic excitations in DNA as well as the average energy of the target electronic excitations as a function of the projectile energy. Our results show that the protons with energy between 0.05 MeV to 2.5 MeV are very efficient in producing secondary electrons in DNA, which are able to produce strand breaks and could be very effective for the biological damage of malignant cells.The ionization potential (the so-called I-value) is the most important material quantity in the calculation of the electronic stopping power of energetic ions (>1 MeV u−1) through Bethe’s formula and represents its main source of uncertainty at high energies, I DNA  found to be ≅ 80.01 eV and I H2O ≅78.17eV. Our present results are compared with previous work  and show good agreement.

Energy Spectra and Angular Distribution Analysis of 54Fe (N, D) Reaction

Author(s):Mahdi H. Jasim -- Zahida A. Dakhil -- Rasha J. Kadhum
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 149-158
The neutron induced charged particle emission in the pre-equilibrium and equilibrium stages have been considered in the present work using the Exciton model. An equidistant space model (ESM)  includes different correction parameters is considered in calculating the energy spectra and double differential cross-sections of deutron emissions, that induced by neutron particle at energy range 15-96 MeV on54Fe isotope. An evaluation of the present results with global code Talys  indicates an acceptable agreement in addition to experimental update data at interested region of study.

Support Vector Machine Based Tool for Plant Species Taxonomic Classification

Author(s):Manimekalai .K -- Vijaya.MS 
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 159-173
Plant species are living things and are generally categorized in terms of Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and name of Species in a hierarchical fashion. This paper formulates the taxonomic leaf categorization problem as the hierarchical classification task and provides a suitable solution using a supervised learning technique namely support vector machine. Features are extracted from scanned images of plant leaves and trained using SVM. Only class, order, family of plants and species are considered for hierarchical classification in this research work. The trained models corresponding to class - Magnoliopsida, orders - Brassicales, Rosales, families - Cariaceae, Brassicacea, Rosaceae, Rhamnaceae have been used to develop a three level hierarchical classification model for hierarchical classification of  plant species and the results are analyzed. A flat multiclass classifier has been built for species which is at last level of hierarchy and the results are analyzed. A user interactive taxonomic tool has developed for displaying taxonomic ranks of species.

Outliers Detection Using Control Charts for Oil Wells

Author(s):Daniel Francisco Maranhao Evangelista -- Jose Augusto Andrade Filho -- Glaucio Jose Couri Machado -- Gabriel Francisco da Silva -- Suzana Leitao Russo
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 174-181
The presence of moderate values in a normal population is more likely than the presence of extreme values. Within this context, the assumption of normality of any population is due to the high probability of data to be normally distributed [1, 2]. The definition of outliers is subject to analysis and interpretation of results. Decisions regarding the identification of outliers should be taken individually and depend on a specific experiment [1]. Control charts are records of observations in statistical process built in a Cartesian coordinate system. The measurements obtained are represented in a time/space order and compared with the control limits. If any measurement exceeds the control limits, the process is considered to be out of bounds of statistical control and the value identified is defined as an outlier. Thus, this work aims at identifying outliers by control charts using data from drilling oil wells in order to improve the generation of synthetic sonic profile. This work was supported by FAPITEC and CNPq.

Role of Training on the Development and Improvement of Entrepreneurship Process

Author(s):Ramezan Jahanian -- Setareh Mahjoubi 
Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research
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| Pages: 182-193
Entrepreneurship is considered as a key factor on the growth and development of economy are at the center of international competition in which comparative sharp edge of them take account the organizational flexibility and continuous changing strategy at the process, product and design. During few past years, governments are encouraged seriously entrepreneurship, because entrepreneurship lead to productivity and profitability of people and country. Before people can start something, should have suitable capital, technology, and necessary facility for goods productions and labor. Even, they should have suitable spirit and balanced mental positions for success in entrepreneurships. With awareness of entrepreneurship needs and jobs in which need to support, It seems that government is at the best situation for determining policy and programming design with goal of entrepreneurship encouragement, finally, can say that, entrepreneurship who focused his thinking on their guidance based on training positive and suitable talks with him/herself, mental images, beliefs and thinking patterns, he witnesses increasing operation in compare with peoples in which they don’t have training in this area.
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