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PROCEEDINGS OF ICAECC-2018 2018 SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS, COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS
PROCEEDINGS OF ICAECC-2018 2018 SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS, COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS

PROCEEDINGS OF ICAECC-2018

2018 SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS, COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS

(IEEE Conference ID: 43299)

09-10 February 2018

Organized by:

School of Electronics and Communication Engineering REVA University Rukmini Knowledge Park

Bengaluru-560064

TECHNICAL SPONSORS

and Communication Engineering REVA University Rukmini Knowledge Park Bengaluru-560064 TECHNICAL SPONSORS www.reva.edu.in
and Communication Engineering REVA University Rukmini Knowledge Park Bengaluru-560064 TECHNICAL SPONSORS www.reva.edu.in
and Communication Engineering REVA University Rukmini Knowledge Park Bengaluru-560064 TECHNICAL SPONSORS www.reva.edu.in

PATRONS

Chief Patron

Dr. P. Shyama Raju, Hon'ble Chancellor, REVA University

Honorary Chairs

Dr. Jaume Anguera, Chief Scientist and Founder Partner at Fractus Antenna, Barcelona Spain; Associate Professor, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona Spain

Dr. B. S. Sonde, Director, IIIT Dharwad

Dr. D. C. Pande, Former Associate Director, LRDE

Dr. Surendra Pal, Vice Chancellor, DIAT, Pune

Dr. G. Ramesh, Chairman, IETE Bengaluru Center

Oversight Committee

Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Vice-Chancellor, REVA University

Dr. N. Dhanamjaya, Registrar, REVA University

Dr. V. G. Talawar, Advisor, REVA University

Dr. N. Ramesh, Dean, Placement, Training and Planning, REVA University

Dr. Sunil Kumar Manvi, Director, C&IT, REVA University

Dr. Rajashekhar Mandi, Director, EEE, REVA University

General Chairs

Dr. R. C. Biradar, Director, School of ECE, REVA University, General Chair

Dr. R. Venkata Siva Reddy, Professor, School of ECE, REVA University, Co-Chair

Advisory Chairs

Dr. Madria Sanjay Kumar, Missouri University of Sc. and Tech., USA

Dr. Sreedevi Ravana, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Dr. Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, France

Dr. Lawrence Jenkins, Indian Institute of Science, India

Dr. Ratna, Indian Institute of Science, India

Dr. P. Nagabhushan, IIIT Allahabad, India

Dr. Harigovindan V.P., NIT Puducherry

Mr. Shashidhara D., L&T Infotech Services Ltd.

Technical Program Chairs

Dr.Bharathi S. H., Professor, REVA University, India, Chair

Dr. Aurora Andújar, Founder Partner at Fractus Antennas, Barcelona, Spain, Chair

Dr.Navin Kumar, Ph D (Amrita University, Bengaluru) and IEEE ComSoc Chair, Bengaluru section, Co-chair

Dr. Jaime Lloret Mauri, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Dr. Joel J. P. C. Ro Drigues, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

Dr. T. Srinivas, Indian Institute of Science, India

Dr. Ravi Maddila, MNIT, Allahabad, India

Dr. Sanjay Dhar Roy, NIT, Durgapur, India

Dr. Andrews Samraj, VIT, Vellore, India

Dr.NeetuSood, NITJ, India

Dr. P.C. Siddalingaswamy, MIT, Manipal University, India

Dr. Krupa Rasane, Jain College of Engineering, Belgaum, India

Dr.MrinalSarvagya, REVA University, India

Publication Chairs

Dr.Manjunath R.Kounte, REVA University, India, Chair

Dr.UdaySankar V., Indian Institute of Science, Co-chair

Dr.Geetha D., REVA University, India

Dr. G. Seshikala, REVA University, India

Local Organizing Chairs

Dr. P. I. Basarkod, REVA University, India

Dr. Md. Riyaz Ahmed, REVA University, India

Dr. Veena K. N., REVA University, India

Dr. Manjula R. B., REVA University, India

Organizing Chair

Prof. Tanweer, REVA University, India

Prof. Shrikanth S. Tangade, REVA University, India

2018 SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS, COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS

ICAECC-2018

Table of Contents

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PARTICULARS

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Messages

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Organizing Committee

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Technical Programme Committee & Reviewers

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Keynote and Tutorial Speakers

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Technical Program Schedule

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Paper Abstracts Index

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Paper Absracts

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MESSAGES

MESSAGES Message from Honorable Chancellor The foundation stones of REVA University are laid on the essence

Message from Honorable Chancellor

The foundation stones of REVA University are laid on the essence of academic pursuit and excellence. Excellence in any work can be achieved with utmost dedication, hard work, and perseverance. We, at REVA, have made this dictum our motto and our way of life in every single activity in the campus.

Research and development forms the backbone of our curriculum at REVA. The staff and students are engaged in various path-breaking innovative research activities all throughout the year. Every school of our University organizes conferences and seminars frequently on contemporary and relevant topics in order to facilitate research in those areas which will lead to necessary metamorphosis in the academia as well.

The School of Electronics and Communication Engineering at REVA, right from its inception, has been active in research and innovation and has setup an ambient academic environment for its students and research scholars. With the commitment of highly qualified and efficient staff, the school endeavors vigorously to make a mark in the field of research and development. The 2018 Second International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC 2018) organized by the School of Electronics and Communications is another venture to provide a platform for academicians – teachers, students, research scholars, and industry personnel – globally to discuss on contemporary trends and innovations

in Electronics, Computers and Communications. All the papers presented in the conference will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore.

I wish the conference all the very best and urge all participants to brainstorm on the various thrust areas of the conference. I also wish all of you a happy stay in our campus and look forward to your participation in various events in the campus.

Dr. P. Shyama Raju Chancellor, REVA University, Bengaluru, India

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Message from Vice-Chancellor The conferences are necessary to bring in culture of information exchange and

Message from Vice-Chancellor

The conferences are necessary to bring in culture of information exchange and feedback on developing trends in technologies. I am delighted to note that the School of Electronics and Communication Engineering is organizing the International Conference entitled“2018 Second International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC-2018)”.Certainly, this type of conference not only brings all the researchers, students at one platform, but it also inculcates the research culture among the entire fraternity of Education in the country, thereby, contributing to the development of nation.

I hope that this conference would certainly induce innovative ideas among the participants paving way for new inventions and technologies in Electronics, Computers and Communications.

I Congratulate, Dr. R. C. Biradar, Director, School of Electronics and Communication Engineering, and his team for initiating the conduction of such aconference in our esteemed University.

I wish the conference a grand success.

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Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni Vice-Chancellor, REVA University Bengaluru, India

Message from Registrar The science and engineering research conducted in academic institutions, industry, R&D

Message from Registrar

The science and engineering research conducted in academic institutions, industry, R&D Laboratories and elsewhere plays a critical role in raising our standard of living, creating jobs, improving health andproviding for national security and development. I am extremely happy to note that School of Electronics and Communication Engineering, REVA University is organizing “2018 Second International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC-2018)”.

I am sure that the conference of this type will inculcate the much needed research culture among the students and teachers and trigger interactions among researchers to exchange the ideas of recent advances in the areas of Electronics, Computers and Communications.

I wish the conference a grand success.

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Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Registrar, Reva University, Bengaluru, India

Message from Advisor

Message from Advisor Francis Bacon said “Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and

Francis Bacon said “Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man”. Conferences bring together people of varied experiences and provide an opportunity to everyone to share their thoughts. Mutual participation and high quality deliberations create inspiring learning environment resulting into innovative ideas. Today’s industry expects such inputs to bring home new innovations and inventions.

The “2018 Second International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC-2018)” organized jointly by the REVA University and IEEE Bengaluru Section is focused on the future industrial aspects available for Engineering professionals in general and Electronics, Computers and Communications in particular. The Conference provides an open forum for scientists, researchers and engineers to discuss nascent innovations and research advancements in the areas of next generation electronics, computers, communication architectures, protocols and algorithms, content systems, application and services. It will be a wonderful opportunity for delegates to gain quality input useful for their future research in this knowledge based society. The conference papers being published in IEEE Xplore will be of great source of information to the academicians, scholars and industrialists.

I congratulate the organizers and wish the conference a great success.

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Dr. V. G. Talawar Advisor REVA University Bengaluru, India

Message from Director, School of CIT The conferences have to be organized at various levels

Message from Director, School of CIT

The conferences have to be organized at various levels to offer a platform to various levels of researchers. This International conference provides a forum to all researchers to exchange the information on research and innovations and enhance the quality of research.

The conference provides a platform for researchers to get networked and exchange the ideas on various areas such as Communication, Signal and image Processing, VLSI, Wireless Networks and IOT.

High quality deliberations that happen in conference will lead to high standard publications at international levels which feed into the industry's innovation pipeline. Industry expects such inputs to create innovation and the next big things.

I wish all the participants a happy stay in campus and a fruitful interaction on their works.

Dr. Sunilkumar S. Manvi Director, School of Computing and Information Technology, REVA University, Bengaluru, India

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Message from Chief Guest and Honorary Chair, ICAECC 2018 Dear colleagues, It is encouraging to

Message from Chief Guest and Honorary Chair, ICAECC 2018

Dear colleagues, It is encouraging to celebrate the “ON ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS, COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS” technical symposium at REVA University to gather experts in the field of electronics, computers, and communications. It is even more encouraging if the symposium can gather researchers from academia, industry and at the same time let students to attend the symposium. This combines three important ingredients to succeed as a technical society developing technology to make our lives better. On one hand, we have the academia in close contact with students, the future engineers that very soon will take over the role of being highly- qualified professionals in technical companies either in India or abroad. On the other hand, we have researchers in industry to show their latest advances to transform research into real products.

We are experimenting very fast changes and evolutions that couldn’t have taken place with the advances in the three topics selected for the conference: electronics, computers, and communications. The revolution in wireless communication from the first 1G communications systems to the 5G relies on how fast is electronics, how fast can we compute information, and how we can communicate such information from one point to another wirelessly. We are lucky to live this revolution in technology.

This scenario is an ideal place to collaborate and to meet new players in the field. People from academia not only can share their knowledge with their peers but also can establish collaborations with companies and even with other research groups. At the same time, students, either pre-graduate and graduate, have the opportunity to be in close contact with the future world. An event like this helps to better decide their future path in life.

We should take the ICAECC 2018 event as an excellent opportunity to share our advances in the field, to create synergies between different researchers in academia and industry, to analyze how technology is evolving, and finally to motivate our young engineers to do it better than us.

I wish you the best experience. Many thanks for attending the conference.

Dr. Jaume Anguera Founder Partner and Chief Scientist at Fractus Antennas, Barcelona, Spain Associate Professor, Universitat Ramon LLull, Barcelona, Spain

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Message from Guest of Honor

Message from Guest of Honor A conference is a place where true meeting of minds happen.

A conference is a place where true meeting of minds happen. Researchers who would have

done a good deal of thinking about their idea, will come forward and share their thoughts with

fellow researchers. The beauty of a conference such as ICAECC 2018 is that it allows such exchanges which in turn will ignite more ideas and ways of improving the presented ideas. The

biggest beneficiaries hence will be the attendees who truly participate. I thank and congratulate the organising team and REVA University for enabling innovation through a conference such

as ICAECC. With the blurred boundaries between domains, technologies getting merged and

less compelling technologies practically disappearing, we need to be updated on how our world

is evolving and changing. We can use of ICAECC 2018 to add value to ourselves, our research

and our communities. Wish you all a great conference and enjoy the city of namma Bengaluru.

Sudeendra Koushik Chief Innovator & Co-Founder, Prasu Director, Founders Institute Bengaluru SAC Chair, IEEE Bengaluru

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Message from General Chair, ICAECC 2018 The conference provides platform for researchers to get networked

Message from General Chair, ICAECC 2018

The conference provides platform for researchers to get networked and exchange the ideas for further progress in research and development. 2018 Second International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC 2018) is a flagship conference of REVA University and it is motivated by the grand success of ICAECC 2014 wherein all the papers accepted and presented have been indexed in IEEE Xplore and Scopus. ICAECC 2018 has a vision to make the researchers to have good social networking in the areas of electronic computing, communications and networking, and bring forward to the society their contributions. I am thankful to IEEE Bengaluru Section, IEEE ComSoc, Bengaluru Chapter and IEEE CAS, Bengaluru Chapter for their support in making this conference to get approval from IEEE. We also thank IEEE HQ, USA for approval and support for the conference.

I thank our Honorable Chancellor, REVA University, Dr. P. Shyamarju for his constant support

and encouragement to conduct such a prestigious conference in the state of Karnataka. I thank

Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Registrar, Dr. M. Dhanamjaya and Advisor Dr, V. G. Talawar for motivation and support to organize this conference. My sincere gratitude’s are towards our vibrant Electronics and Communication Engineering faculty and staff members for their un-tired efforts towards the conference.

The conference has peer reviewed process for all the articles to maintain the quality interactions and publications by using feedback from reviewers and anti plagiarism software. Tutorials and keynote sessions have been arranged to benefit the researchers to work on recent challenges in emerging technical areas. The organizing committee of REVA University has done a good job in bringing out the proceedings, thanks to committee.

I wish all the conference participants and organizers a big success!

Dr. Rajashekhar C. Biradar General Chair, ICAECC 2018

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Message from TPC Chair It is my pleasure to welcome all the attendees for the

Message from TPC Chair

It is my pleasure to welcome all the attendees for the International Conference on Advances in Electronics Computers and Communications (ICAECC), held at REVA University, Bengaluru, India from February 9-10, 2018. The marvels of human mind perennially persuade the gathering and growth of human knowledge. In bringing out this volume of scientific knowledge, we are largely benefited from the ICAECC 2018 conference under the technical sponsorship of IEEE Bengaluru Section, IEEE ComSoc Bengaluru chapter, IEEE Circuit and system, Bengaluru chapter of Region 10 and IETE Bengaluru chapter.

The ICAECC 2018 committees rigorously invited submissions for many months from authors to contribute to the conference by submitting articles that illustrate research results, application projects, survey work and industrial experiences describing significant advances in the disciplines of Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering and Communication Engineering. This effort guaranteed submissions from an unparalleled number of internationally recognized top-level researchers. All the submissions underwent a strenuous peer-review process which comprised expert reviewers. These reviewers were selected from a talented pool of Technical Committee members and external reviewers on the basis of their expertise. The papers were then reviewed based on their contributions, technical content, originality and clarity. The entire process, which includes the submission, review and acceptance processes, was done electronically. All the accepted for presentation and publication in the proceedings, which will be indexed in IEEE Explore. All these efforts undertaken by the Organizing and Technical Committees has led to an exciting, rich and a high quality technical conference program, featuring high-impact presentations for all attendees to enjoy, appreciate and expand their expertise in the latest developments in various areas covering Electronics, Computers and Communications.

It is my humble wish that the professional dialogue among the researchers, scientists, engineers, students and educators continues beyond the event and that the friendships and collaborations forged will linger and prosper for many years to come.

Dr. Aurora Andújar Founder Partner at Fractus Antennas, Barcelona, Spain

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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Dr. Venkata Siva Reddy (Chair) Prof. Tanweer Prof. Shrikant S. Tangade

Keynote Committee

Prof. K. M. Sudharshan (Chair) Prof. P. R. Savitha Prof. Nataraj Urs H.D.

Registration Committee

Prof. Usha Rani G. (Chair) Prof. Vidyasagar K. N. Prof. Neethu K. N. Prof. Dilna U. Prof. Vinay N. A.

Banner, Certificate, & Invitation Committee

Dr. Manjula R. Bharamagoudra (Chair) Prof. Ravi Shankar D. Prof. Alla Srija

Transportation Committee

Prof. Raveendra G. (Chair) Prof.Chandan G.N Prof. Sunil D.M.

Food, Tea & Snacks Committee

Prof. Nirmalkumar S. Benni (Chair) Prof. Manjunath G. Asuti Prof. Abdul Haq N. Prof. Praveen Vijapur

Accommodation & Hospitality Committee

Dr. P. I. Basarkod (Chair) Prof. Rashmi Priyadarshini Prof. Bharath H. P Prof. Prathima.A

Publication Committee

Dr. Manjunath R.Kounte (Chair) Dr. Geetha D. Devanagavi Dr. G. Seshikala Mr. Nagendra C. V.

Finance Committee

Dr. Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed (Chair) Prof. Nitya S. Prof. Deepthi Murthy T. S.

Inauguration Committee

Prof. Anupama R. (Chair) Prof. Sugandha Saxena Prof. Anilkumar V. Prof. Aryalekshmi B. N.

Mementos Committee

Dr. Prashanth V. Joshi (Chair) Prof. Sarveda S. Prof. Sathyaprakash.B.P

Audio visual & Photography/videography Committee

Prof. Amrut Anil Rao Purohit (Chair) Prof. Nirmala L. Prof. Divya M. N.

Technical Program Committee

Dr. Bharathi S. H. (Chair) Dr. Mrinal Sarvagya Dr. S. N. Prasad

IT Support Committee

Prof. Pratibha V. Hegde (Chair) Prof. Anitha Kumari R. D. Mr. U. Pavan Kumar N.

Publicity Committee

Dr. Veena K. N. (Chair) Prof. Prameela Kumari N. Prof. Raghu

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Banquet Dinner Committee

Prof. Madan H. T. (Chair) Prof. Roshan Zameer Ahmed Prof. Susan Thomas

Venue Arrangement Committee

Prof. Nayana D. K. (Chair) Prof. Raji C. Prof. Md Tauseef Prof.Chaitra Nayak. J

Student Volunteers Committee

Prof. Dilip Chandra E. (Chair) Prof. A. Raganna Prof. Sowmya C. H.

Cleanliness and Sanitation Committee

Prof. Warsha Balani (Chair) Prof. Jyothy S. T. Prof. Ashwini P.

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TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND REVIEWERS

Dr. Shanmukha Sundar K, DSCE, India Dr. Preeta Sharan, Oxford CE, India Dr. Kanduri Sairam Vssss, NMIT, India Dr. Basavaraj Talawar, NITK, India Dr Syed Mustafa, HKBKCE, India Dr. Gopal Krishna Shyam, REVA University, India Ashwin Kumar M, REVA University, India Dr. Mallikarjun Kodabagi, REVA University, India Dr. G Seshikala, REVA University, India Dr. Geeta Devanagavi, REVA University, India Nimrita Koul, REVA University, India Dr. Manjula R B, REVA University, India Dr. Narayanappa C K, MSRIT, India Dr. Asjad Nabeel, Manipal Institute of Technology, India K M Sudharshan, REVA University, India Vasudha Hegde, NMIT, India Dr. Prashant V Joshi, REVA University, India Dr. Gyanappa Walikar, Sanjay Ghodawat University, India Jayasree M. Oli, Amrita University, India Amrut Anilrao Purohit, REVA University, India Sumaiya Pathan, Manipal Institute of Technology, India Sameena Pathan, Manipal Institute of Technology, India Raghu J, NITK, India Sravanth Kumar Ramakuri, VJIT, India Dr. Vasudeva Reddy K, NITK, India Dr. Hanumantha Rao G, IISc, India Nataraj Urs, REVA University, India Dr. B P Divakar, REVA University, India Savitha P R, REVA University, India Nirmalkumar Benni, REVA University, India Sujatha B M, Acharya IT, India Rathan Muralidhar, REVA University, India Narayana Swamy R, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia Raveendra Gudodagi, REVA University, India Snigdha Athaiya, IISc, India Dr. Lokesh B Bhajantri, BEC, India

Dr. Chandu D S, IIIT Kanchipuram, India Dr. Rajashekhar P Mandi, REVA University, India Rajeswari Rajeswari, Acharya IT, India Subhash B K, REVA University, India Imran Khan, REVA University, India Sathyaprakash B P, REVA University, India Nagesh K N, NCET, India Ananda Shankar A, REVA University, India Dr. Mrinal Sarvagya, REVA University, India Dr. Pandurangarao N. Kulkarni, BEC, Bagalkot, India Dr. Yuvaraja B R, BEC, Bagalkot, India Dr Usha Desai, NMAMIT, India Dr. Vijaya Kumar B P, MSRIT, India Dr. Javed G S, Terminus Circuits, India Deepa Lakshmi, NMIT, India Puneeth Kumar A, AMCEC, India Dr B D Parameshachari, GSSSIET, India S S Kerur, SDMCET, India Dr. Rajashekar C Biradar, REVA University, India Tanweer, REVA University, India Dr. R V Siva Reddy, REVA University, India Atul Negi, University of Hyderabad, India Dr. Manjunath R Kounte, REVA University, India Dr. Ashok Sutagundar, Basaveshwar Engineering College, India Dr. Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed, REVA University, India Shrikant Tangade, REVA University, India Amudha J, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India Dr. Navin Kumar, Amrita University, India Virendra Malemath, Gulbarga University, India Dr. Ashutosh Mishra, BHU-Varanasi, India Dr. P I Basarkod, REVA University, India

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Dr. G A Bidkar, SDM College of Engg and Tech., India Dr. Shankarayya G. Kambalimath, Basaveshwar Engineering College, India Manjaiah D H, Mangalore University, India Nitish Devadiga, Datarista Inc., India Dr. Sarojadevi Hande, NMIT, India Umakant, SDM Engg. College, India Dr. Thippeswamy Muddenahalli N, SVCE, India Dr. Bharathi S H, REVA University, India Kumaraswamy H.V, RVCE, India Rowdra Ghatak, NIT Durgapur, India Geeta Bharamagoudar, GMR IT, India Shrutilipi Bhattacharjee, IIT Kharagpur, India Anitha Vijayakumar, DSCE, India Abhijit Asati, BITS Pilani, India Dr Sathish Babu B, SIT, India Mr. Boby Philip, SCTCE, Trivandrum, India Siva Yellampalli, UTL Technologies, India Jaya Nirmala, NIT, India Roshan Zameer Ahmed, REVA University, India Dr. Subhash Kulkarni, PESIT, India Shanta R, RVCE, India Yin Kia Chiam, University of Malaya, Malaysia Chandan G N, REVA University, India Dr. Udaya Sankar, IISc, India Thulasimani Lakshmanan, PSGCE, India Sri Devi Ravana, University of Malaya, Malaysia Nagaraja G S, RVCE, India Madhu Kumari, NIT Hamirpur, India Imthias Ahamed, T K M College of Engineering, India Srivani S Iyengar, RVCE, India Veena Desai, GIT, India Atanu Chowdhury, NIT Agartala, India Dr. Mohan Kumar Naik, NHCE, India Sudesh Kumar Kashyap CSIR-NAL, India Prashant Patavardhan, KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belgaum, India

Dr. Rama Komaragiri, Bennett University, India Aniruddha Chandra, NIT Durgapur, India Ravi Maddila, MNIT, India Dr. S.N. Prasad, REVA University, India Dr. Prameela Kumari, REVA University, India

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KEYNOTE AND TUTORIAL TALKS

Keynote Topic: Recent Trends in Small- Satellite Development and PISAT Speaker: Dr. Vinod K. Agrawal Date: 09 February 2018 Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Venue: Kuvempu Auditorium, C. V. Raman Block

Abstract: Design and development of Nano /Micro/ Small satellites has witnessed great advancements and still imposing challenges to the world. University environment is ideal to imbibe the innovative ideas to address the miniaturization of subsystems. The trend of low cost, low weight and low power satellites development help to prove the experiments which can be taken forward for bigger mission. Satellite development is well known interdisciplinary concept which involves all the fields of engineering. The systems of a small satellite are similar to bigger missions and consist of control system, command and monitoring system, power generation and distribution, structure, propulsion and on board computers. The satellite development is in fact constrained by lot of factors such as mechanical loads, thermal aspects and radiation environment. The talk, addresses the current technological development and challenges foreseen in each subsystem. We would also, like to take this opportunity to discuss the design and development of PISAT, a three axis magnetic control based nano satellite with S- Band communication system, launched on 26 th September 2016. It also briefs about the on orbit performance of PISAT, as well as the future missions PISAT 2 and PISAT3, which are planned to launch in near future.

2 and PISAT3, which are planned to launch in near future. Dr. Vinod Agrawal obtained his

Dr. Vinod Agrawal obtained his M. Tech and PhD from IIT Kharagpur and IISc. Bangalore, respectively. He worked in ISRO extensively on the design and development of Spacecraft on- board computers for 30 years. He also worked in General Motors R & D Bangalore, Dec 2008, as Lab group Manager Electrical and Software Architecture and was working on fault-tolerant techniques for automotive computer systems. Since April 2011, he is working at PES University as Director for Crucible of Research & Innovation (CORI) and Professor Information Science and Engineering. Currently, he has been promoting research activities in the area of advanced computing, automotive electronics and Satellite technology with government and private sector funding. He received Sir C.V. Raman Award for Young Scientists by Government of Karnataka, 1996-97, Astronautical Society of India Award in 2005, Govt. of India, Dept of Space Merit Award in 2007 and 18th IETE- Hari Ramji Toshniwal Gold Medal Award, 2007. He is a member of International Academy of Astronautics, Paris, Senior Member of IEEE, Member, International Society for Micro-electronics and Packaging, Member of Astronautical Society of India and Fellow National Academy of Engineering, New Delhi.

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Tutorial Topic: Ground Plane Boosters: Antenna Design for Wireless Devices Speaker: Dr. Jaume Anguera Date: 10 February 2018 Time: 10:45am to 12:45pm Venue: Kalpana Chawla Seminar Hall, C. V. Raman Block

Abstract: The short-course will introduce the audience to a small and multiband antenna technology based on replacing a complex and usually customized antenna design with an off-the-shelf, standardized, miniature component called ground plane booster. Being surface- mount and chip-like in nature, the antenna booster fits seamlessly in an electronic printed circuit board the same way any other electronic component such an amplifier, filter or switch, to name a few, does. It can be assembled with a conventional pick-and-place machine, making the manufacture and design of the new generation of IoT/Mobile or wireless device simpler, faster and more effective. The audience (from PhD students to researchers in the field)will be introduced to the theory behind designing a ground plane booster, will be given practical examples, and will participate in a hands-on, practical application using Microwave Office circuit design software.

application using Microwave Office circuit design software. Dr. Jaume Anguera , SM-IEEE, was born in Vinaròs,

Dr. Jaume Anguera, SM-IEEE, was born in Vinaròs, Spain. Founder partner at Fractus Antennas (Chief Scientist, 2017-up to date) andAssociate Professor at Universitat Ramon LLull (1999-up to date), Barcelona, Spain. Previously, he was R&D Manager at Fractus (1999-2017). Author of more than 200 scientific journal and conference papers (h-index=40) and authored four academic books. Inventor of more than 120 granted antenna patents many of them licensed to wireless companies. He worked in South Korea (Fractus- Korea) designing small and multiband antennas for the mobile industry (e.g. Samsung and LG). In Korea, he headed up the research team. One of his main tasks was to provide training, education and development of the team’s core competency, and to provide R&D vision to address the rapidly growing mobile device market. He has supervised more than 100 bachelor/master thesis and several PhD thesis and served as a chairman at variousantenna conferences. With more than 18 years of experience in industrial design for small and multiband antennas for wireless devices, he has received awards such as New Faces of Engineering (IEEE), finalist with other inventors at the European Patent Award for the contribution of small antennas for the mobile industry as well as two awards for the bst PhD thesis given by COIT (ColegioOficialIngenieros de Telecomunicación) and Telefónica. Dr. Anguera has been participating in more than 17 funded national and international research projects valued more than 6M€ (e.g. H2020), many of them as a principal researcher. He is an Associate Editor at Electronics Letters, member of the editorial board at several scientific journalsand reviewer at prestigious journals (IEEE, IET, PIER).

member of the editorial board at several scientific journalsand reviewer at prestigious journals (IEEE, IET, PIER).

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Keynote Topic: 5G Wireless Technology and Wireless Communication Era Beyond

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Speaker: Dr. Navin Kumar Date: 10 February 2018 Time: 11:30am to 12:30am Venue: C. N. R. Rao Seminar Hall, C. V. Raman Block

Abstract: Wireless Communication and Cellular System have recently evolved. We have witnessed such evolution in technology, services, applications, architecture from 2G to 4G. Currently, 5G (the next generation of Cellular Mobile Communication is perhaps the most spoken word in communication engineering domain. Intensive research is being carried out in 5G areas. The talk will present a brief evolution of wireless and cellular mobile communications, try to understand the research gap and potential of next generation cellular system. The presentation will also highlight the 5G requirements, broad research areas, ongoing researches for the research scholars to identify the gap and work on it. The talk will also highlight whether the need of xG’s continue in future or requirements will be different? What will be the requirements from wireless world beyond 2020 or in 2050? In this respect, the presentation will highlight something which is called as Human Bond Communication, Feeling Identification and Transmission etc. that is Wireless Communication Era 2050. Hope, many of audience will hear some of these first time and start thinking towards this to see, how the wireless communication would move from today to 2050.

the wireless communication would move from today to 2050. Dr Navin Kumar obtained his PhD in

Dr Navin Kumar obtained his PhD in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Porto, Aveiro and Minho –Portugal, Europe (2007- 2011) and M Tech in Digital System Engineering from Motilal National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India in year 2000. He did his bachelor degree in engineering from the institution of electronics and telecommunication engineers, New Delhi in 1996. Dr. Navin has over 22 years of working experience in Government, Industry and academia in IT and Telecommunication area. He has over 10 years of overseas experience in teaching, research and development. Some of the international research projects he has worked on like VIDAS, iLITE (EU). Recently, he is working as Associate. Professor in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (University), Bangalore. Dr. Navin has over 50 publications in peer reviewed international journals and IEEE conference proceedings. In addition, he has also authored a book and book chapters. He is reviewer of reputed journals like IEEE Transaction on wireless communications, intelligent transportation, vehicular communications and many others. He is very active in organizing workshop (local and international), conferences etc. He is the chair of ComSoc Bangalore chapter and also associated with IEEE Photonics, ITS, VTS, Consumer Electronics and Sensor council. Dr. Navin has been awarded the Fraunhofer Challenge award in academic year 2010-2011 for the best PhD thesis work. He also received research grant from Govt. of Portugal towards his PhD research work. Dr. Navin is the recipient of Gowri Memorial award, India in year 2009 for the best journal paper. He is Sr Member of IEEE, AIENG (HK), Life member of IETE and IE(India) Dr. Navin has been giving tutorial at IEEE flagship conferences like ICC, WCNC. He regularly speaks and delivers talk as key note, invited speakers in conferences and workshops. He has successfully guided a PhD and 6-PhD scholars are working with him, most of them in 5G Wireless Technology. His research area includes, 5G (mmWave, Architecture and Massive MIMO), Intelligent Transportation Systems, Visible Light Communication, Optical Wireless Communication, IoT & Smart City and Wireless/Mobile Communications & Networks. He is also the part of IEEE 5G Initiative in standardization.

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TECHNICAL PROGRAM SCHEDULEICAECC-2018

 

FRIDAY, 9-FEB-2018

 
 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Jaume Anguera, Founding Partner and Chief Scientist, Fractus Antenna and Associate Professor Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona Spain Dr. Vinod Agrawal, Ex. Outstanding Scientist, ISRO and Director crucible Research and Innovation (CORI), PES University, Bangalore, India

 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 1: Track 1

26

Energy Efficient Dynamic Navigation System

 

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

48

Design and Performance Analysis Of Integrated Antenna With LNA For Air Bound Tracking

Aryabatta Seminar

 

Hall

80

A Novel LCP Substrate Dual Band Antenna Loaded With T- Shaped Resonator and Circular Slot

(First Floor)

125

A Compact Planar Metamaterial Inspired Antenna for Satellite Applications

171

Artificial Anisotropic Material for Gain Enhancement of Vivaldi Antenna

 

284

A

Metamaterial

based

Multiband

Frequency

Reconfigurable

Antenna for Wireless Applications

 
 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Nalini N., NMIT, Bangalore Dr. Bharathi S. H., REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 1: Track 2

170

Joint Polarimetric-Three Dimensional Imaging Using Spiral Phase

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

Mask and Microgrid Polarimeter

 

CNR Rao Seminar

23

Design

and

Implementation

of

16 Tap

FIR

Filter

for

DSP

Hall (Basement)

Applications

 

44

Classification of Healthy and Pathological Voices Using MFCC and ANN

45

Analysis of Visualization Techniques in Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI)

64

An Intelligent Computing Waste Approach for Parkinson Disease Detection

75

Image Water Marking Using DCT

 

76

A Survey on Video Summarization Techniques

 

xvii

 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Anandi, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Dr. Sunil Kumar Manvi, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

Session 1: Track 3

186

Intrusion Detection Using NB Hoeffding Rule Based Decision Tree Paradigm for Wireless Sensor Networks

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

25

Transcoding of Next Generation Distributed Video Codec for mobile Video

Kalpana Chawla

Seminar Hall

51

Linearity

Enhancement

Using

Bulk-Degeneration

for

Source

(Basement)

Degenerated OTAs

 

63

Design and Development of a Level Sensor

 

66

Understanding Micro aggregation - A Technique of Statistical Disclosure Control for Privacy Preserving and Data Publishing in Cloud

79

In-Network Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Distributed Block Truncation Coding

 

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND VLSI

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Rajath Vasudeva Murthy, Amrita University, Bangalore Dr. Venkata Siva Reddy, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

4

Code Obfuscating a Kotlin-Base App With Proguard

 

Session 1: Track 4

28

Performance

of

GitHub

Open-Source

Software

Project:An

Empirical Analysis

 

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

35

 

QEEE Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

Data Rate Based Performance Characterization of USB 3.0 Super Speed Bulk in Transaction

50

Context Aware Information Classification in Fog computing

 

93

Electrochemically Grown Potassium Ferrocyanide Doped Conducting Polymeric Rhodamine b Nanodots Modified Graphite Based Fluorescence Supercapacitors

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Rajashekhar P. Mandi, REVA University, Bangalore Dr. P. I. Basorkod, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

34

MOEMS Based Sensor for Tire Carcass Deflection Monitoring in Automobile Using Photonic Crystal

Session 1: Track 5

61

Impact of CSR Disclosure and Environmental Measures on Stock Price: A Study Based on Business Responsibility Report of Indian Companies

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

 

120

An Innovative Approach of Classroom Scheduling: Smart Class: A Review

141

Source Localization Using Over –Complete Dictionary

 

211

Education Through Technical Games

 

UIIC-1 Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

238

Critical Review of Control Strategies for Switched Reluctance Motor Employed in Electric Vehicle

xviii

 

305

A

Novel ATM Security System Using a User Defined Personal

Identification Number With the Aid of GSM Technology

 
 

308

Nepal Stock Exchange Prediction Using Support Vector Regression and Neural Network

 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Kishore, UTL Technologies, Bangalore Prof. Tanweer, REVA University Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

145

Impairment Impact on the Wireless Communication System

 

261

Equivalent Circuit and Validation of a Direct Coupled Hexagonal Split Ring Resonator

Session 2: Track 1

150

Compact CPW Fed Dwell Band Omnidirectional Antenna with Modified Signal Strip

3.00

pm - 4.30 pm

Aryabatta Seminar Hall (First Floor)

69

Cellular Automata Based Optimal Illumination in LED Based Lighting Systems

267

A

Survey on Channel Parameters and Signal Processing Methods

 

at

mm-wave for 5G Networks

 

236

A Comparative Study on the Performance of Circular Patch Antenna Using Low Cost Substrate for S-Band Applications

 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Javed,Sr. MTS - Custom Design, Terminus Circuits Pvt Ltd, Bangalore Dr. Mallikarjun M. Kodabagi, REVAUniversity, Bangalore

 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 2: Track 2

84

A Survey on Implicit Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis

 

3.00

pm - 4.30 pm

87

A Review on the Application of Human Visual System Algorithm

for the Image Enhancement

CNR Rao Seminar Hall (Basement)

92

Aspect Level Sentiment Analysis: Survey, Challenges and Future

 

Directions

 

97

On

Sparse

Audio

Data

Watermarking

by

Exploiting

Haar

Transform Structure

 

167

Designing

of

Sensing

Matrix

for

Compressive

Sensing

and

Reconstruction

 
 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Preeta Sharan, Oxford college of engineering, Bangalore Dr. Gyanappa Wallikar,Sanjay Ghodawat Institute of Technology, Management and Research, ATIGRE, Kolhapur

 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 2: Track 3

85

Privacy in Pervasive Computing Environment: A Survey

 

3.00

pm - 4.30 pm

89

Smartbin-Automatic Waste Segregation and Collection

 
 

94

Performance Valuation of Pan Sharpening Approaches in an Urban

Environment

 

Kalpana Chawla

96

Chessboard Crypt-Algorithm

 

Seminar Hall

(Basement)

 

xix

 

98

Dynamic Key Dependent S-Box for Symmetric Encryption for IOT Devices

 

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND VLSI

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Rajath Vasudeva Murthy, Amrita University, Bangalore Dr. Riyaz Ahmad, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

99

Analysis,

Design

and

Simulation

of Multi

Output

Forward-

Flyback Convertor

 

116

Distributed Component-based Crawler for AJAX Applications

Session 2: Track 4

136

Memristor-based Neuromorphic Hybrid CMOS Sub-Block

3.00

pm - 4.30 pm

Architecture for a High-Speed Arithmetic and Logic Unit

QEEE Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

152

14-bit Low Power Successive Approximation ADC using Two Step Split Capacitive Array DAC With Multiplexer Switching

271

Inertial Response Support in LFC by Linearized Delta Torque Model Based DFIG

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Uma N. Dulhare, Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad Dr. B. P. Divakar, REVA University, Bangalore

 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

19

Structural Monitoring of Buildings Using Wireless DIY Kits and IOT Platform

Session 2: Track 5

40

Design of Area Efficient High Speed Shift Register for Low Power

3.00

pm - 4.30 pm

Applications

 
 

43

Delineated Analysis of Robotic Process Automation Tools

65

Two Layer Cloud Security Set Architecture on Hypervisor

UIIC-1 Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

77

Contextual Care Protocol Using Neural Networks and Decision Trees

106

Reliable Multicast Clustering Approach Based on K-Means Method for Wireless Sensor Networks

110

IOT Enabled Comprehensive, Plug and Play Gateway Framework for Smart Health

 
 

SATURDAY, 10-FEB-2018

 
 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Kumar Swamy H. V., RVCE, Bangalore Dr. Mrinal Sarvagya, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 3: Track 1

205

Visible Light Communication and Radio Network for Vehicular Environment

9.00

am-10.30 am

xx

Aryabatta Seminar Hall (First Floor)

178

Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Log-Normal Shadowing Environment with Erroneous Sensing and Reporting Channels

146

Design and Analysis of Two Novel Metamaterial Unit Cells for Antenna Engineering

 

278

Optimization of Unequally Spaced Linear Antenna Array by Employing PSO Technique

 

285

A

Compact

Audi-Shaped

Slotted

Multiband

Antenna

for

WiMAX/WLAN/X-band Applications

 
 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Anand M., C-DoT, Bangalore Dr. G. Seshikala, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 
 

101

Low Power EMG Front-End for Face Paralysis

 

Session 3: Track 2

108

Cartilage Segmentation of Knee Osteoarthritis from Magnetic

9.00

am-10.30 am

Resonance Images (MRI)

 
 

117

Enhanced Framework for Sentiment Analysis in Text Using Distance Based Classification Scheme

CNR Rao Seminar Hall (Basement)

118

Probabilistic Principal Component Analysis Based Dimensionality Reduction and Optimization for Arrhythmia Classification Using ECG Signals

123

Medical Image Denoising Using Synergistic Fibroblast Optimization Based Weighted Median Filter

 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Sathish Babu, RV College of Engineering, Bangalore Dr. Rajashekhar C. Biradar, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 3: Track 3

111

An

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Navigation Techniques-A Survey

 

9.00

am-10.30 am

114

A Heterogeneous Dynamic Scheduling Minimized Makespan for Energy and Performance Balancing

Kalpana Chawla

Seminar Hall

126

Throughput Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sensing With Hard-Decision Fusion over Generalized Kappa-Mu Fading Channel

(Basement)

128

ACO and CLD Techniques in MANNETs to Design Adaptable Protocols

202

Performance

Evaluation

of

TCP

Using

AQM

Schemes

for

Congestion Control

 
 

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND VLSI

 

Session Chairs

Dr. R. V. Kulkarni, MS Ramiah Applied University, Bangalore Dr. Parameshachari B. D., GSSSIETW, Mysuru

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

177

Low Complexity Multi-Mode Transmultiplexer

 

185

Performance of Power Convertors for Ultra Low Power Systems:

A Review

 

Session 3: Track 4

194

Detection of Malicious Circuit in Hardware using Compressive

9.00

am-10.30 am

Sensing Algorithm

 

QEEE Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

 

xxi

 

212

Application of Work function Engineering in Lateral Power Devices

228

Charge Plasma based VVD-SJ VDMOS Employing Reversed Doping Concentration

237

Dual Material Gate –Gate Stack-Elliptical Gate All Around(DMG- GS-EG) MOSFET-A Novel Device Concept for Improved Performance

250

Implementation of FPGA based Closed Loop V/f Speed Control of Induction Motor Employed for Industrial Applications

293

High Speed Bootstrapping Generic Voltage Level Shifter

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Session Chairs

Dr. Navin Kumar, Amrita University, Bangalore Dr. P. S. Venkatramu, REVA University, Bangalore

 

Paper ID

Title of the Paper

115

A Comparative Study of Supervised Learning Techniques for Human Activity Monitoring Using Smart Sensors

168

Li-Fi Based Automatic Traffic Signal Control for Emergency Vehicles

Session 3: Track 5

179

A Study on Automated Toll Collection System Using Radio Frequency Identification

9.00

am-10.30 am

 

220

Multilevel Home Security System Using Arduino and GSM

UIIC-1 Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

290

Analysis , Comparison and Simulation of Three Phase 9 Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter With Advanced Modulation Control Techniques using Less Switches

 

62

Typologies and Regulations for Shared Economies in India: A Review

 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

Session Chairs

Mr. Muneer Mohammad, Program specialist, Comsoc and ehealth at IEEE India Dr. Geetha, VIT, Chennai

 

Paper ID

Title of the Paper

229

A Combined Approach Using Semantic Role Labeling and Word Sense Disambiguation for Question Generation and Answer Extraction

Session 4: Track 1

244

Text Detection and Recognition from Scene Images Using MSER and CNN

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

 

247

Predicting the Occurrence of Essential Hyper Tension Using Annual Health Records

Aryabatta Seminar Hall (First Floor)

248

Corneal Endothelium Cell Segmentation and Count Using K- Means and Watershed Algorithms

255

A Study of Optimum Sampling Pattern for Reconstruction of MR Images Using Compressive Sensing

273

Bengali Handwriting Recognition and Conversion to Editable Text

 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

Session Chairs

Dr. Vijayashree Budyal, SVCE, Bangalore Dr. Manjunath R. Kounte, REVA University, Bangalore

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Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 4: Track 2

100

Anomaly Detection in Surveillance Videos Using MD Approach

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

139

Hyperspectral Image Content Identification Using Kernel Based Neural Network

 

160

An Efficient CNN Architecture for Image Classification on FPGA Accelerator

CNR Rao Seminar Hall (Basement)

189

Cepstral Domain Approach to Enhance Noisy Speech and Increase Intelligibility for Mobile Communication

210

Safety and Security Issues in Natural Language Processing(NLP)- A Review

 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Navin Kumar, Amrita University, Bangalore Dr. Kiran Kumari Patil, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 4: Track 3

132

Secure Localization for Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

Based on Probabilistic Approach

 

Kalpana Chawla

144

Isolated

Node

Localization

Probability

in

Wireless

Ad-Hoc

Seminar Hall

Networks

(Basement)

173

Bezier Curve Based Multipath Routing in VANET

 

181

Smart-Cart for Smart-Cities

 
 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Shilpa Chowdhary, MSRIT, Bangalore Dr. Geeta D., REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 4: Track 4

27

SPMS: A Scientific Decision Framework for Smartphone

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

Manufacturer Selection Using Linguistic Preferences

 
 

219

Agricultural Productivity Enhancement Systems and Life Stock Management Using Internet Of Things

QEEE Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

222

CAN Controlled Complex Real-Time Stimulus for Verification and Validation of Powertrain Systems

 

246

An Integrated Model to Enhance Energy Efficiency in 5 th Generation for Internet Of Things

257

A Survey on Localization Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks

 

SIGNAL/IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANN

 

Session Chairs

Dr. Cyril Prasanna, MSEC, Bangalore Dr. S N Prassad, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

231

Morphological Approach for Retinal Microaneurysm Detection

277

Survey on Different Multimodel Approaches for Automatic Image Description Generation

Session 4: Track 5

282

Deep Convolution Network Based Prediction Model for Medical

1.30

pm -3.00 pm

Diagnosis of Lung Cancer-A Deep Pharmcogenomic Approach

UIIC-1 Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

297

Sparse Reconstruction of Hyper Specral Image Using Bregman Iterations

xxiii

 

306

Determination

of

Absolute

Heart

Beat

From

Photoplethysmographic

Signals

in

the

Presence

of

Motion

Artifacts

326

Preprocessing and Binarization of Inscription Images Using Phase Based Features

 

COMPUTER NETWORK, IOT AND SECURITY

 

Session Chairs

Dr. R. V. Kulkarni, M S Ramiah Applied University, Bangalore Dr. Manjula R. Bharamagoudra, REVA University, Bangalore

 
 

Paper ID

 

Title of the Paper

 

Session 4: Track 6 1.30 pm – 3.00 pm UIIC-2 Seminar Hall (Ground Floor)

275

Detecting Ransomware Using GURLS

 

289

Smart Street Lighting With Reduced Sensors For Sustainable and Efficient Smart Cities

296

LQI-Key:Symmetric Key Generation Scheme for Internet Of Things(IOT)Devices Using Wireless Channel Link Quality

 

307

Relay Assisted Cooperative Communication for Wireless Sensor Networks

329

A Comparative Study of WSN and IOT

 

xxiv

Abstracts Index

Session 1.1: Communication Systems

Energy Efficient Dynamic Navigation ystem

Padmaja Kuruba and Ashok Sutagundar

1

Design and Performance Analysis of Integrated Antenna With LNA For Air Bound

Tracking

…………………………………………………………………………………………1

Gadi Anvesh, Department of Electronics and Communication, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam, Coimbatore, India,

A Novel LCP substrate dual band antenna loaded with T-shaped resonator and Circular

slot…………………………………………………………………………………………………

1

Imran Khan, Geetha D. Sudhindra K.R., Tanweer Ali, R.C. Biradar,

A Compact Planar Metamaterial Inspired Antenna for Sattelite Applications

2

Subhash B K, Tanweer Ali, Rajashekhar C. Biradar

Artificial Anisotropic Material for Gain Enhancement of Vivaldi Antenna

2

Athul Shaji and Sreedevi K. Menon

A Metamaterial based Multiband Frequency Reconfigurable Antenna for Wireless

Applications………………………………………………………………………………………. 2

Ashish K, Yeshaswini D, Subhash B K, Tanweer Ali1, Rajashekhar C. Biradar

Session 1.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Joint Polarimetric-Three Dimensional Imaging Using Spiral Phase Mask and Microgrid Polarimeter

2

Athul Shaji Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,

Design and implementation of 16 tap FIR filter for DSP Applications

N Sameeksha Rai, Pannaga Shree B S, Meghana Y P, Arunkumar P Chavan and H.V.Ravish Aradhya.

Classification of Healthy and Pathological voices using MFCC and ANN

Smitha, Sarika Hegde, Surendra Shetty and Thejaswi Dodderi

3

3

Analysis of Visualization Techniques in Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI)

 

3

Anzer M Muhammed, Aswathi V, Edet Bijoy K

 

An Intelligent Computing Based Approach for Parkinson Disease Detectio

4

Ashis Ranjan S ,Aleena Swetapadma

 

Image Watermarking Using DCT

 

4

Ashwini B. Venugopala P. S.

 

A

Survey on video summarization Techniquies

4

Samja V, Mahesh Kini M and Udaya Kumar K Shenoy.

 

Session 1.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Intrusion Detection using NBHoeffding Rule based Decision tree paradigm for Wireless Sensor Networks

4

S.Geetha ,Uma N.Dulhare ,Siva S.Sivatha Sindhu

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Transcoding of Next Generation Distributed Video Codec for Mobile Video

5

Vijay Kumar Kodavalla

Linearity Enhancement using Bulk-Degeneration for Source Degenerated OTAs

5

Utkarsh Sharma, Tanmay Dubey, Vijaya Bhadauria

Design and Development of a Level Sensor

5

Abhay Mohire, Rushikesh Surve, Sayali Ukarde, Pooja Utekar, Najuka Jagtap and C.P Gadgil,

Understanding Microaggregation- A technique of Statistical Disclosure Control for Privacy Preserving and Data Publishing in cloud

6

Veena Gadad, Dr. Sowmyarani C N

In-network Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Distributed Block Truncation Coding

6

Sanu Thomas, Thomaskutty Mathew

Session 1.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Code obfuscating a Kotlin-base app with Proguard

6

Yash Shah, Jimil Shah, Krishna Kansara ,

Performance of GitHub Open-Source Software Project: An Empirical Analysis

6

Abin Joy, Senthilkumar Thangavelu,

Data Rate Based Performance Characterization of USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bulk IN Transaction………………………………………………………………………………………

7

Adithya Rangan C K, Aravinda Holla K, Vikas Kulkarni, Anurag Kumar and Akshay Patil.

Context Aware Information Classification in Fog Computing

7

Prashant Sangulagi and Ashok Sutagundar.

Electrochemically Grown Potassium Ferrocyanide Doped Conducting Polymeric Rhodamine

b Nanodots Modified Graphite Based Fluorescence Supercapacitors

7

Indu Pandey, Jai Deo Tiwari

Session 1.5: Miscellaneous

MOEMS based sensor for tire carcass deflection monitoring in automobile using photonic crystal

8

Ketan Pandit, Karthik Rao Anup Upadhyaya

Impact of CSR Disclosure and Environmental Measures on Stock Price: A Study based on Business Responsibility Report of Indian Companies

8

S Arvind Kumar, Sajiv Madhavan, Amalendu Jyotishi

An Innovative Approach of Classroom Scheduling: SmartClass: A Review

9

Saket Khandelwal, Pallavi B and Bindushree D C.

Source localization using Over-Complete Dictionary

9

Ashwin Srinath Suresh kumar, Harish Babu Kundhu Prabakaran,

Education Through Technical Games

9

Saravanan.S Karunya Sujitha Juliet.D Karunya

xxvi

Critical Review of Control Strategies for Switched Reluctance Motor Employed in Electric Vehicle

Kavita B. Hunasikatti, Raghuram L Naik, Veena D Nayak Member

9

A Novel ATM Security System using a User Defined Personal Identification Number With the

Aid of GSM Technology……

10

Swathi H, Suraj Joshi, Kiran Kumar M.K.

Nepal Stock Exchange Prediction Using Support Vector Regression and Neural Networks

10

Tej Bahadur Shahi

Session 2.1: Communication Systems

Impairment impact on the Wireless Communication System

10

Souparnika Jadhav, Nagesh K.N.

Equivalent Circuit and Validation of a Direct Coupled Hexagonal Split Ring Resonator

11

Betsy George, Bhuvana Nair S and Sreedevi K. Menon

Compact CPW Fed Dual Band Omnidirectional Antenna with Modified Signal Strip

11

Kripa Susan Johnson and Sreedevi Menon.

Cellular Automata based Optimal Illumination in LED Based Lighting Systems

11

Alekha Kumar Mishra, Faraz Ahmad, Prawigya Pariyar, Abhishek Ghosh, Pushan Srivastava, Sumanth G and Ashutosh Dubey.

A Survey on Channel Parameters and Signal Processing methods at mm-wave for 5G

networks

Abdul Haq N. Mrinal Sarvagya

11

A Comparative study on the Performance of Circular Patch Antenna using low cost substrate

for S-band Applications

12

Abhishek Javali, Laxmi Sharma, Richa Tengshe

Session 2.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

A

Survey on Implicit Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis……

12

Minu P Abraham, Pranitha Hegde and Udaya Kumar Reddy.

A Review on the Application of Human Visual System Algorithm for the Image Enhancement

12

Swathi B Achar, Sannidhan M S and Abhir Bhandary.

Aspect Level Sentiment Analysis: Survey, Challenges and Future Directions

.13

Manju Venugopalan Deepa

On sparse Audio Data Watermarking by Exploiting Haar Transform Structure

13

Electa Alice Jayarani.A Mahabaleswara. R. Bhatt, Geetha.D.D Reva University Bangalore India

Designing of Sensing Matrix for Compressive Sensing and Reconstruction

Sharanabasaveshwara H B, Santosh Herur

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13

Session 2.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Privacy in Pervasive Computing Environment: A Survey

Gnaneshwari G. R., Vijayashree R. Budyal,

14

Smartbin-Automatic waste segregation and collection

14

Manisha Jayson, Sanket Hiremath, Lakshmi H R

Performance Valuation of Pan Sharpening Approaches in an Urban Environment

14

Nithya R. Govind, C. A. Rishikeshan. H. Ramesh

Chessboard crypt-algorithm

14

Prajit.T. R

Dynamic key Dependent S-Box for Symmetric Encryption for IoT Devices

15

Tabassum Ara School Pritam Gajkumar Prabhakar M

Session 2.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Analysis, Design and Simulation of Multi Output Forward-Flyback Converter

15

Kaushik Kushalappa Dr. Venugopal N

Distributed Component-Based Crawler for AJAX Applications

15

Suryansh Raj, Rajashree Krishna, Ashalatha Nayak

Memristor-Based Neuromorphic Hybrid CMOS Sub-Block Architecture for a High-Speed Arithmetic and Logic Unit

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Balaji Vijayakumar

14 -bit Low Power Successive Approximation ADC using Two Step Split Capacitive array DAC with multiplexer switching

16

Savitha.M, R. Venkata Siva Reddy

Inertial Response Support in LFC by Linearized Delta Torque Model Based DFIG

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Zahid Nabi Dar, Mairaj-ud-Din Mufti

Session 2.5: Miscellaneous

Structural Monitoring of Buildings using Wireless DIY kits and IoT Platform

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A Jafsal, V K Kiran and K A Mohandas.Kiran V.K Mohandas K A., Abhishek T V, Akhila, Aryakrishna V R, Jafsal

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A, Greeshma P

Design of Area Efficient High-Speed Shift Register for Low Power Applications

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P. Koti Lakshmi, Rameshwar Rao

Delineated Analysis of Robotic Process Automation Tools

17

Ruchi Isaac, Riya Muni and Kenali Desai.

Two Layer Cloud Security Set Architecture on Hypervisor

17

Nivedha Sathyanarayanan M. Naveen Nanda

Contextual Care Protocol using Neural Networks and Decision Trees

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Yash Pratyush Sinha, Pranshu Malviya, Minerva Panda, Syed Mohd Ali

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Reliable Multicast Clustering Approach Based on K-Means Method for Wireless Sensor Networks

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Sreevidya R.C, Deptaraja G. S.

IoT enabled comprehensive, plug and play gateway framework for smart health

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Selvaraj Kesavan and Ganeshkumar Kalambettu.Selvaraj Kesavan, Ganesh Kumar Kalambettu,

Session 3.1: Communication Systems

Visible Light Communication and Radio Network for Vehicular Environment

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Priyanka Arunachalam, Navin Kumar

Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Log-normal Shadowing Environment with Erroneous Sensing and Reporting Channels

19

Godugu Kiran Kumar Mahendar Gajula Srinivas Nallagonda,

Design and Analysis of Two Novel Metamaterial Unit Cells for Antenna Engineering

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Tanweer Ali, Subhash B K and Rajashekhar C. Biradar

Optimization of Unequally Spaced Linear Antenna Array by Employing PSO Technique

Allen Vivean Miranda, Ashwin P. V S Gangwar,

A Compact Audi-Shaped Slotted Multiband Antenna for WiMAX/WLAN/X-band Applications

Subhash B K, Abhishek. K, Tanweer Ali, Bharathi S H and Rajashekhar C Biradar

Session 3.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Low Power EMG Front-End for Face Paralysis

Aanchal Jha, Ganesh Lakshamana Kumar M

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Cartilage Segmentation of Knee Osteoarthritis from Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI)

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Revathi S A and Ganga Holi.

Enhanced Framework for Sentiment Analysis in Text using Distance based Classification Scheme

21

Sujay Angadi, R. Venkata Siva Reddy

Probabilistic Principal Component Analysis based dimensionality reduction and optimization

for arrhythmia classification using ECG signals

Bhagyalakshmi V, Ramchandra V Pujeri and Geeta D

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Medical Image Denoising Using Synergistic Fibroblast Optimization Based Weighted Median

Filter

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T.T. Dhivya Prabha, Jayashree G and P Subashini.

Session 3.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Navigation Techniques- A Survey

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Sushma Uday Kamat, Krupa Rasane

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A Heterogeneous Dynamic Scheduling Minimized Makespan for Energy and Performance

Balancing

22

Saba Fatima, V. M. Viswanatha,

Throughput Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sensing with Hard-decision Fusion over Generalized Kappa-Mu Fading Channel

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Suresh Kumar Balam Guntur, A.P, P. Siddaiah, Srinivas Nallagonda,

ACO and CLD Techniques in MANETs to Design Adaptable Protocols

23

Sadanand Inamdar, Sathish Babu B, Ravi Yadahalli.

Performance Evaluation of TCP using AQM Schemes for Congestion Control

23

Shashidhara Vyakaranal and Jayalaxmi Naragund.

Session 3.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Low Complexity Multi-Mode Transmultiplexer

24

Poornima Mohan, Devi S

Performance of Power Converters for Ultra Low Power Systems: A Review

24

Anna Merine, S.Y Kulkarni

Detection of Malicious Circuit in Hardware using Compressive Sensing Algorithm

24

M.Priyatharishini, M. Nirmala Devi

Application of Work Function Engineering in Lateral Power Devices

24

Onika Parmar, Alok Naugarhiya

Charge Plasma Based VVD-SJ VDMOS Employing Reversed Doping Concentration……25

Payal Nautiyal, Alok Naugarhiya, Shrish Verma Department

Dual Material Gate-Gate Stack-Elliptical Gate All Around (DMG-GS-EG) MOSFET– A Novel Device Concept for Improved Performance

25

Priyanka Pandey, Pooja Puri, Harsupreet Kaur

Implementation of FPGA Based Closed Loop V/f Speed Control of Induction Motor Employed for Industrial Applications

25

Kavita B. Hunasikatti, Raghuram L Naik, Basayya V Hiremath

High Speed Bootstrapping Generic Voltage Level Shifter

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Mahesh Vaidya, Alok Naugarhiya, Shrish Verma

Session 3.5: Miscellaneous

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Comparative Study of Supervised Learning Techniques for Human Activity Monitoring

Using Smart Sensors

26

Sayandeep Bhattacharjee, Swapnil Kishore, Aleena Swetapadma,

Li-Fi Based Automatic Traffic Signal Control for Emergency Vehicles

26

Prasanna Vadanan S, Vivek Dharmarajan, Shanmughasundaram R

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Study on Automated Toll Collection System using Radio Frequency

Identification

26

Naresh Kannan, Ranjan Goyal, Dhruv Goel

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Multilevel Home Security System Using Arduino and GSM

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Viswanatha V, Venkata Siva Reddy R, Ashwini Kumari P

Analysis, Comparison & Simulation of Three Phase 9 Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter with Advanced Modulation Control Techniques using Less Switches

Mahesh Kumar

Economies in India: A Review

Deepika M. G., Deepshikha Rai,

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Session 4.1: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

A Combined Approach Using Semantic Role Labelling and Word Sense Disambiguation for

Question Generation and Answer Extraction

28

Lekshmi Pillai, Veena G, Deepa Gupta

Text detection and recognition from scene images using MSER and CNN

28

Savita Choudhary, Nikhil Kumar Singh, Sanjay Chichadwani

Predicting the Occurrence of Essential Hypertension using Annual Health Records

28

Renuka Patnaik, Mahesh Chandran, Seung-Cheol, Anurag Gupta ,Chansoo Kim ,Changsoo Kim

Corneal Endothelium cell segmentation and count using K-means and watershed algorithms

28

Kiran Kumar K. V. Gowri Srinivasa,

A study of Optimum Sampling Pattern for Reconstruction of MR Images using Compressive

Sensing

29

Shrividya G. Bharathi S. H.

Bengali Handwriting Recognition and Conversion to Editable Text

29

Sadia Chowdhury, Farhan Rahman Wasee, Mohammad Shafiqul Islam, Hasan U. Zaman

Session 4.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Anomaly Detection in Surveillance Video using Motion-Direction Model

29

Taskeen A Mangoli, Sujatha C, Uma Mudenagudi

Hyperspectral Image Content Identification Using Kernel Based Neural Network

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An Efficient CNN Architecture for Image Classification on FPGA Accelerator

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Shahmustafa Mujawar, Divya Kiran, Hariharan Ramasangu

Cepstral Domain Approach to Enhance Noisy Speech and Increase Intelligibility for Mobile

Communication

30

Purushotham.U, Suresh.K

Safety and Security issues in Natural Language Processing(NLP) - A Review

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Megha S Anchatgeri, Thejaswini S

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Session 4.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Secure Localization for Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Probabilistic Approach

31

Shanthi M. B., Dinesh K. Anvekar, R

Isolated Node Localization Probablity in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks

31

Souparnika Jadhav and Nagesh K.N.

Bezier Curve based Multipath Routing in VANET

31

Anil D. Devangavi, Rajendra Gupta

Smart-Cart for Smart-Cities

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Prem Kumar G, Sushruth B Bangre, Kavya M, Varun M, Anupama R

Session 4.4: Computer Network, IOT and Security

SPMS: A Scientific Decision Framework for Smartphone Manufucturer Selection using Linguistic Prefernces

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R. Krishankumar, K. S. Ravichanran, J. Premaladha and M. Ifjaz Ahmed

Agricultural Productivity Enhancement System & Livestock Management using Internet of

Things

Jeet Sanghavi, Alay Shah, Saurabh Rane, Naitik Shah, Siddharth Nayak, Poonam Kadam Dwarkadas J.

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CAN Controlled Complex Real-Time Stimulus for Verification and Validation of Powertrain

 

Systems

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Mukunda Byre Gowda, Mohan Kumar Kotgire, Hochschule Darmstadt, Darmstadt Germany, Daimler AG Germany, R.C. Biradar,

An Integrated Model to Enhance Energy Efficiency in 5th Generation for Internet of Things

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Kursheed B. and Vijayashree R Budyal Budyal.

A survey on localization protocols in wireless sensor networks

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Nikhath Tabassum and Geetha D. D.

Session 4.5: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Morphological approach for Retinal Microaneurysm detection

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P Manohar, Vipula Singh

Survey on Different Multimodal Approaches for Automatic Image Description Generation.34

Pawan S Jogi and Jyothi Shetty.

Deep Convolution Network Based Prediction Model for Medical Diagnosis of Lung Cancer -

A Deep Pharmacogenomic Approach (deep diagnosis for lung cancer)

34

Akshay Iyer, Hima Vyshnavi A M and Krishnan Namboori P K

Sparse Reconstruction of Hyperspectral Image using Bregman Iterations

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Gunasheela K S, H S Prasantha

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Determination of Absolute Heart Beat from Photoplethysmographic Signals in the Presence

of

Motion Artifacts

35

Viswavardhan Reddy Karna Electronics Navin Kumar

Preprocessing and Binarization of Inscription Images using Phase Based Features

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Sachin Bhat, Seshikala G.

Session 4.6: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Detecting Ransomware using GURLS………………………………………………………….35

Harikrishnan N. B, Soman K. P.

Smart Street Lighting with Reduced Sensors for Sustainable and Efficient Smart Cities

36

Sritha Bandla, Sagar Basavaraju, Nidhi Gangrade

LQI-Key: Symmetric Key Generation Scheme for Internet-of-Things (IoT) Devices Using Wireless Channel Link Quality

36

Nandini Kuruwatti, Nayana Y. N., Nikhita Sarole, Girish Revadigar and Chitra Javali.

Relay Assisted Cooperative Communication for Wireless Sensor Networks

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Aishwarya M, S Kirthiga

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Comparative Study of WSN and IoT

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Mujtaba Yousuf Kathjoo, Farooq A. Khanday M. Tariq Banday

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Paper Abstracts

Session 1.1: Communication Systems

Energy Efficient Dynamic Navigation System

Padmaja Kuruba and Ashok Sutagundar Global Academy of Technology, Bangalore, Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot padmajamtech@gmail.com, sutagundar@gmail.com,

Abstract: In the recent years there is considerable growth in the Vehicular system, driver safety and assistance system. In the current trend, GPS is one such system used for navigation assistance. Today cell phone has become a part and parcel of many people in the world today. Cell phone and GPS receiver are operational, that leads to increase in the cost and energy of navigation. The main objective of this work is to reduce the cost and minimize the amount of energy consumed in the navigation system. In this position paper we propose, an energy efficient, high accuracy, low cost navigation system architecture for the dynamic navigation using the existing infrastructure. It has three techniques for accessing location maps for the navigation system namely; 1) uses reservoir as the source of location maps for cell phone (without internet connection). It uses cell phone as interface between the navigation system and the reservoir. 2) It is assumed that some of the vehicles in VANET have location information. In this case cell phone is used as an interface between VANET and navigation system for transmission of location map and 3) cell phone uses internet as the source of location maps and transfers location ma p to the navigation system. Proposed navigation system comprises of memory, Graphical User Interface (GUI), audio/visual system and short-range RF communication system.

Design and Performance Analysis of Integrated Antenna With LNA For Air Bound Tracking

Gadi Anvesh, Department of Electronics and Communication, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam, Coimbatore, India,

anvesh.gadi28@gmail.com

JayakumarM., Department of Electronics and Communication, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam, Coimbatore, India, m_jayakumar@cb.amrita.edu

Abstract: A high gain and best matching antenna integrated low noise amplifier is designed using CMOS 65nm technology is reported. A single stage cascode topology is adopted for LNA to achieve higher gain in c-band applications generally. An quarter wave impedance transformer technique was used for microstrip antenna to achieve best matching. Combined with cascode topology an L-based tuning network is developed to achieve the band of frequency range. The designed LNA achieves the high power gain of 26dB and a constant noise figure of 1.3db. The antenna achieved best matching of -44dB with a moderate gain of 4dB which is amplified by the proposed LNA.

A Novel LCP substrate dual band antenna loaded with T-shaped resonator and Circular slot

Imran Khan, GEC, Ramanagara, Research Scholar, REVA University, Bangalore, India, imrangce@gmail.com Geetha D. School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore, India, dgeetha@revainstitution.org Sudhindra K.R., BMSCE, Bangalore, India, sudhin77@gmail.com Tanweer Ali, School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore, India, anweers@reva.edu.in R.C. Biradar, School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore, India, rcbiradar@reva.edu.in

Abstract: A novel Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) substrate based dual band antenna for C-band and satellite applications is proposed. The novel LCP substrate is made by suitable proportionate concentration of Liquid Crystal and a Polymer. The antenna designed by this substrate shows the resonance at 4.45 & 6.9GHz with S11 <-10dB bandwidth of about 6.02% (4.31-4.584GHz) and 2.89% (6.83-7.03GHz) respectively. The proposed design has a compact size of 0.59λ_lx0.59λ_lx0.01λ_l at a lowest resonant frequency of 4.45GHz. The proposed antenna exhibits good impedance matching and overall radiation characteristics.

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A Compact Planar Metamaterial Inspired Antenna for Sattelite Applications

Subhash B K, Tanweer Ali, Rajashekhar C. Biradar School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore, India-560064 subhashgowda772@gmail.com, tanweers@reva.edu.in, raj.biradar@revainstitution.org

Abstract: A compact metamaterial based antenna is proposed in this research. The antenna has a compact area only 289 mm2 (17×17mm^2). The antenna consists of metamaterial of regular decagonal split ring resonator (RDSRR) as a radiating part and a feed line. The metamaterial RDSRR analysis through waveguide medium has been discussed in detail. The antenna exhibits resonance at 6.5GHz with S11 <-10dB bandwidth of 120 MHz (6.46-6.58 GHz). A gain of 3 dBi, good impedance matching and stable radiation pattern at the operational bandwidths makes the proposed design suitable for satellite applications.

Artificial Anisotropic Material for Gain Enhancement of Vivaldi Antenna

Athul Shaji and Sreedevi K. Menon Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Amritapuri, India, athuls@am.amrita.edu, : rakeshkumar@am.amrita.edu

Abstract: An artificial material with anisotropic property that acts as a zero-index material (ZIM) is presented in this paper. The effectiveness of proposed structure as a ZIM is established and the use of the same for gain enhancement of Vivaldi antenna (VA) is done. Gain enhancement is achieved without altering the reflection and radiation characteristics of the antenna

A Metamaterial based Multiband Frequency Reconfigurable Antenna for Wireless Applications

Ashish K, Yeshaswini D, Subhash B K, Tanweer Ali1, Rajashekhar C. Biradar School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore, India-560064 ashishon26@gmail.com, yeshaswinidurai@gmail.com, subhashgowda772@gmail.com, tanweers@reva.edu.in, raj.biradar@revainstitution.org

Abstract: A metamaterial loaded multiband frequency reconfigurable antenna is reported. The antenna has a size of 0.34λ_l×0.34λ_l×0.02λ_l, at a lower frequency of 3.95 GHz. The antenna consists of two metamaterials, namely, Circular Complimentary Split Ring Resonator (CCSRR) and Hexagonal Complimentary Split Ring Resonator (HCSRR), which independently controls the band at 3.95 and 5.72 GHz, respectively. The proposed antenna shows resonance at 3.95, 5.72 and 8.3GHz, with fractional bandwidth of about 3.2% (3.8-4GHz), 2.96% (5.51-5.64GHz) and 4.22% (8.1-8.45GHz). Frequency reconfiguration in the proposed antenna is achieved by utilizing two metallic switches, by placing them between the rectangular slot present in the radiating part and the ground plane. When both the switches are ON antenna operates at single band. When either of the switches is ON antenna operates at dual band. When both the switches are OFF, antenna operates at triple band. Acceptable gain, stable radiation pattern and good impedance matching are observed across the operating bandwidths.

Session 1.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Joint Polarimetric-Three Dimensional Imaging Using Spiral Phase Mask and Microgrid Polarimeter

Athul Shaji Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India Email: athuls@am.amrita.edu Rakesh Kumar Dept of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India Email: rakeshkumar@am.amrita.edu

Abstract: Rotating point spread function (RPSF) is generated using a Fresnel zone type spiral phase mask, which encodes the axial position of a point source in the orientation of the point spread function. Microgrid polarimeter is an established technique to determine the polarization signature of an object. In this paper, we propose a new methodology which combines RPSF technique with microgrid polarimetry in order to obtain a joint polarimetric- three-dimensional imaging capability. Simulation results are obtained for 3D localization of point sources and estimation of its linear polarization signature using data frames with and without additive white Gaussian noise.

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Design and implementation of 16 tap FIR filter for DSP Applications

N Sameeksha Rai, Pannaga Shree B S, Meghana Y P, Arunkumar P Chavan and H.V.Ravish Aradhya. Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering R.V. College of Engineering Bangalore -560059, India.

Abstract: In this paper, two novel methods to design a high speed, low power 16-Tap 32-bit digital FIR filter for DSP application are proposed. The basic building blocks of the FIR filters are adders, multipliers and delay elements. In the proposed work, filter-1 is designed using carry increment adder and 32-bit Vedic multiplier and proposed filter-2 is designed using altered carry skip adder and 32-bit Vedic multiplier. FIR filter architectures with 16-TAP is developed using Verilog HDL and implemented using 45ƞm technology. The ASIC result shows the proposed-1 and proposed-2 16-TAP 32-bit filter has power dissipation of 7.36mW and 7.282mW with the delay of 6.79nS and 7.23nS respectively.

Classification of Healthy and Pathological voices using MFCC and ANN

Smitha, Sarika Hegde, Surendra Shetty and Thejaswi Dodderi. Smitha Rai Department of CSE NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte smitha.k.rai@gmail.com Sarika Hegde Department of CSE NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte sarika.hegde@yahoo.in Surendra Shetty Department of MCA NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte hsshetty4u@yahoo.com Thejaswi Dodderi Audiologist & Speech Language Pathologist Nitte Institute of Speech & Hearing, thejaswi@nitte.edu.in

Abstract: The automatic system for classification of healthy and pathological voices has received a significant attention in the research of early detection and diagnosis of voice disorders. In this work, we propose a method to classify the healthy and pathological voices. To implement this system, we use 10 audio recordings of males with both normal and pathological voices. We extract Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients (MFFC) from the voice signals and use a visualization technique to explore the capability of these features in discriminating healthy and pathological voices. In this study, we use Artificial Neural Network to classify the extracted features. Here, we present the results of experiments with a varying number of neurons in the hidden layer and also with various frame sizes. The best obtained accuracy is 99.96%.

Analysis of Visualization Techniques in Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI)

Anzer M Muhammed, Aswathi V, Edet Bijoy K Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering MES College of Engineering, Kuttippuram, Kerala, India anzermuhmd96@gmail.com,aswathiviswanath1234@gmail.com, edetbijoyk@ieee.org

Abstract: Human brain is the command centre of the human body. It receives input from sensory organs and sends outputs to the muscles. Brain consists of two types of tissue mainly white matter tissue (anisotropic) and grey matter tissue (isotropic). Active examining of the brain functioning requires certain brain imaging techniques. In order to solve this problem Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique was implemented for the imaging of grey matter of the brain. In 1994Peter Baser introduced Diffusion Tensor Imaging(DTI), DTI is an advanced variant of MRI which is being implemented for the imaging of white matter tissue of the brain. It uses present MRI technology and no other equipment is required. DTI technique undergoes visualization of the random motion of the water molecules in the white matter tissue of the brain. The random motion of the water molecules can determine the anisotropic and isotropic nature of the white matter portion of the brain. The parameter of analysing the isotropic and anisotropic range is the Fractional Anisotropy (FA). Here, three visualization techniques for DTI namely Scalar Indices, Tensor Glyph, and Fibre Tractography are studied and analysed. The analysis focuses on extracting useful information of the brain in different aspects. This can be useful in studying the internal patterns of the brain which will help in medical diagnosis.

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An Intelligent Computing Based Approach for Parkinson Disease Detection

Ashis Ranjan School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha ashishranjan738@gmail.com Aleena Swetapadma* School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha *aleena.swetapadmafcs@kiit.ac.in

Abstract: In this work various machine learning techniques are such as support vector machine (SVM), nearest neighbor (k-NN), artificial neural network (ANN) has been proposed for detection of persons having Parkinson disease or not. Input features are collected from the handwriting of various normal and Parkinson persons. The inputs and their corresponding targets are given to machine learning based methods. A comparative study of SVM, k-NN and ANN has been carried out. Accuracy of the proposed method is found to be 100% for all the tested data. Hence machine learning based methods can be put to use in real time scenario.

Image Watermarking Using DCT

Ashwini B. Venugopala P. S. Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Computer Science and Engineering NMAM Institute of Technology NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte,India Nitte,India ashwinibpalthadu6@gmail.com venugopalaps@gmail.com

Abstract: Watermark is a pretty much straightforward picture or content added to a bit of paper or another picture to secure uniqueness of the picture. Watermarking used to provide authentication by embedding data in various area like image, video and audio. Watermark also used to hide the digital information in carrier signal. Digital watermarking techniques are based on spatial and frequency domain. The proposed method uses DCT technique of the frequency domain. Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) of an image is a sum of sinusoidal of altering frequency and magnitude. Here two-dimensional discrete cosine transform (DCT) of an image is computed using dct2. In the proposed method text is inserted as watermark and from the watermarked image text is extracted. PSNR (peak signal-to-noise ratio) measures the image quality after watermarked. If the PSNR is high, then the quality of image is good. The proposed method gives high PSNR, copyright protection and imperceptible watermark to an image.

A Survey on video summarization Techniquies

Samja V, Mahesh Kini M and Udaya Kumar K Shenoy. Samja V Department of Computer Science and Engineering NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte, India samjasv@gmail.com Mahesh Kini M Department of Computer Science and Engineering NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte, India maheshkini@nitte.edu.in Udaya Kumar K Shenoy Department of Computer Science and Engineering NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte, India ukshenoy@gmail.com

Abstract: With the quick development of digital video technology, it is possible to upload large videos to YouTube or any other web website, record huge amount of data as news videos, sports videos, and lecture videos and surveillance videos etc. Storage, transfer and processing of video take considerably large amount of time. The user might not have adequate time to watch enter video before downloading or the user needs the search result of video to be quick and precise. In such cases the highlight or summary of the video makes search and indexing operations fast and user can view the highlight or summary of the video before downloading the video. Video summarization is short summary or highlights of the long video. This work is a detailed study on various video summarization techniques.

Session 1.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Intrusion Detection using NBHoeffding Rule based Decision tree paradigm for Wireless Sensor Networks

S.Geetha SCSE, VIT University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India geetha.s@vit.ac.in Uma N.Dulhare Department of CSE, MJCET, Hyderabad, India uma.dulhare@mjcollege.ac.in Siva S.Sivatha Sindhu Security Associate Shan Systems, New Jersey, US sivathasindhu@gmail.com

Abstract: The objective of this paper is to build a practical intrusion detection system for wireless sensor networks which analyze the characteristics of traffic patterns and identify the intrusive activities in the network. It is to show that the choice of efficient and fast decision tree paradigm for intrusion detection with optimal features enhances the detection capability as well as saves energy, computation and memory of sensor networks. In addition, various rule based decision tree classifiers like Alternating Decision Tree, Decision Stump, J48, Logical

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Model Tree, Naive Bayes Tree and Fast Decision Tree learner have been compared with a family of Hoeffding rule based decision tree which shows better and fast detection capability. The evaluation of the enhanced feature space and the decision tree paradigm, on three different public dataset containing normal and anomalous data have been performed for various Hoeffding as well as other decision tree algorithms. With this approach it is proved that Hoeffding tree are best suited for online detection and handling of streaming sensor data with the efficient usage of memory in a resource constraint environment like sensor networks.

Transcoding of Next Generation Distributed Video Codec for Mobile Video

Vijay Kumar Kodavalla VLSI Technology Practice Group, Product Engineering Services Wipro Technologies Bangalore, India vijay.kodavalla@wipro.com

Abstract: Presently most popular and widely adopted video coding standards include MPEGx, H.26x, DivX, AVSx and VPx. These standards are based on predictive video coding method, where encoder is designed to be more complex (about 10x) than the decoder. These predictive video coding standards are suitable for existing applications, including broadcast and video-ondemand. However, there are other evolving applications, including wireless surveillance, multi-view, one-time-use video cameras and mobile video, which demands encoder complexity being lower. This is in contrast to the existing video coding standards. To cater to these evolving applications, “Distributed Video Coding” (DVC) has progressed as an inventive solution. The uniqueness of distributed video coding solution is its deployment of channel coding methods into the source-coding problem, in reducing encoder complexity, even at the expense of increase in complexity of the decoder. Nevertheless, for a sub-set of evolving applications (for e.g., mobile video), both encoder and decoder need to be of lower complexity. For this video conference application, even the DVC is also not suitable. This paper demonstrates a method for achieving low complexity encoder and decoder from the end-user point of view, by using transcoding of DVC and H.264 Advanced Video Codec (AVC) in the network. The elaborate research and proof-of-concept models developed, over a period of several years, have become the basis for this paper.

Linearity Enhancement using Bulk-Degeneration for Source Degenerated OTAs

Utkarsh Sharma Electronics & Comm. Dept. MNNIT Allahabad Allahabad, India utkarshsharma313@gmail.com Tanmay Dubey Electronics & Comm. Dept. MNNIT Allahabad Allahabad, India dubey.tanmay@gmail.com Vijaya Bhadauria Electronics & Comm. Dept. MNNIT Allahabad Allahabad, India vijaya@mnnit.ac.in

Abstract: A modified bulk degeneration technique for source-degenerated OTAs is proposed in this paper. The approach employs drain voltage division and cross-coupling the resultant voltage to the bulk terminal of differential pair which reduces third harmonic distortion (HD3). Simulations are carried on 0.18 µm process with 1.8 V power supply which shows that HD3 is decreased by 14 dB (for frequencies of 100 KHz) as compared to previously reported bulk degenerated transconductors. An added advantage is the variation of DC transconductance using the resistance ratio of the voltage divider circuit which offers the tunability in the transconductance.

Design and Development of a Level Sensor

Abhay Mohire, Rushikesh Surve, Sayali Ukarde, Pooja Utekar, Najuka Jagtap and C.P Gadgil, Department of Instrumentation Engineering, VPM’s MPCOE, Velneshwar, Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) -415729. *Email:

najuka.jagtap.4@gmail.com

Abstract: Water is one of the most essential nature’s gifts to the manhood and without water no one can imagine their lives. Now man recognized the water significance, particularly where water is not easily available. Now this is being achieved in an appropriate manner in city areas where the use of water is more than its availability. One of the inspiration is to organize computing techniques in creating a barrier to wastage in order to, not only provide more economic gains and energy saving, but also helps the environment and water cycle which in turn guarantees that we save water for our future. There are several problems of electricity in rural area. Also the small towns are incapable to use electricity based level sensors in small industries or domestic tanks. This paper describes the design and implementation of water level sensor prototype without power supply. The sensor consists of low cost materials. Hence sensor is cost effective, reliable and could be made easily available in rural area.

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Understanding Microaggregation- A technique of Statistical Disclosure Control for Privacy Preserving and Data Publishing in cloud.

Veena Gadad, Dr. Sowmyarani C N, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, RVCE Bangalore, RVCE Bangalore, veenagadad@rvce.edu.in sowmyaranicn@rvce.edu.in

Abstract: In today’s world organizations outsource their data to cloud to enjoy number of advantages such as location independent data storage, ubiquitous data access and on demand high quality service [1]. Data is collected by many of independent sources as micro data and published for decision making, predictions and to improve research. Outsourcing the data has an important side effect- the privacy of the individuals whose data are being collected and analyzed is at risk. It becomes the responsibility of the data curator i.e., the cloud service provider to preserve the privacy. Statistical Disclosure control or Statistical Disclosure Limitation seeks to alter the original microdata so that the utility of original microdata and modified microdata are at least same. Microaggregation is one of Statistical Disclosure Control methods used to protect the individual identification present in the microdata. This method works by partitioning the microdata into groups called cluster of k records and then replaces the record in each group with the centroid of the group. This paper defines microdata, provides the overview of various existing microaggregation methods for Statistical Disclosure Control. The paper also provides a novel model of microaggregation method in inter-cloud infrastructure.

In-network Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Distributed Block Truncation Coding

Sanu Thomas, Department of Computer Science School of Technology and Applied Sciences Kottayam, Kerala, India thomas.sanu@gmail.com Thomaskutty Mathew, Department of Electronics School of Technology and Applied Sciences Kochi, Kerala, India drtkmathew@gmail.com

Abstract: In-network data compression is achieved in a wireless sensor network using Block Truncation Coding technique. This provides data compression and the consequent energy saving.In Block Truncation Coding, binarization and fixing of quantization levels are the two major steps.By shifting the binarizationpre-processing to the sensor nodes, in-network compression is realized.

Session 1.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Code obfuscating a Kotlin-base app with Proguard

Yash Shah Computer Science, SBMP Mumbai, India yashshah518@gmail.com Jimil Shah Computer Science, SBMP Mumbai, India shahjimil35@gmail.com Krishna Kansara Computer Science, SBMP Mumbai, India kansarakrishna@rediffmail.com

Abstract: The convenience of using Android-based smartphones has made Android immensely popular. Until now, Java dominated other Android App Development languages such as C# and Corona, while Kotlin seems to be the future of Android App Development. Though Kotlin provides additional perks to Android app developers, some loopholes still exist that provide a way for security threats to penetrate. One of the most common security threats is App Repackaging. It is a dangerous and malicious attack which exploits the open-source platform. App Repackaging can be minimized by Proguard, a multi-purpose code obfuscator. In this paper, we have implemented prevention against App Repackaging using Proguard with Kotlin-developed Android app. It aims to assist android app developers in securing their apps against App Repackaging attacks.

Performance of GitHub Open-Source Software Project: An Empirical Analysis

Abin Joy, Senthilkumar Thangavelu, Amalendu Jyotishi Amrita School of Business Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Bangalore, India abinvjoy@gmail.com, senmalkisasb@gmail.com, amalendu.jyotishi@gmail.com

Abstract: The phenomenon of Open-Source Software (OSS) has gained importance among the Information Technology (IT) firms and Software Entrepreneurial Ventures in the recent years due to its advantages over proprietary closed software including high level of innovation, low cost of development, availability of reusable architectural and functional component, free and unrestrictive access to the source codes. The firms have started recognizing the importance and value of the open source software over the proprietary closed software. It is important to understand and analyze various characteristics of the OSS projects which influence their performance. In this research, we examine OSS project characteristics Forks Count, Number of Contributors, Project Age, Project Size, Project Owner, Number of programming languages used, Primary Language Intensity, and Watchers using 130 project repositories which are started in 2017 from GitHub one of the leading web-based

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Git version control repository hosting services. A conceptual model of OSS Project performance and hypotheses are developed. The results conclude that Number of programming languages, Project Size, Number of Contributors, Project Age are showing significant positive influence on the OSS project performance. The Project Ownership and the Primary Language are not showing any significant influence on the OSS project performance.

Data Rate Based Performance Characterization of USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bulk IN Transaction

Adithya Rangan C K, Aravinda Holla K, Vikas Kulkarni, Anurag Kumar and Akshay Patil. Innovative Logic Design Services Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore Email: aditya@inno-logic.com, aravinda@inno-logic.com vikas@inno-logic.com, anurag@inno-logic.com, Akshay@inno-logic.com

Abstract: Universal Serial Bus (USB) 3.0 SuperSpeed protocol has gained popularity in current trends of serial communication due its high signaling rate of 5 Giga bits per second and raw data throughput of 400-500 Mega Bytes per second. Bulk transaction is one such type of transfers that allows transmission of large amount of data with guaranteed data delivery and integrity between host and device. As such, there arises a need to ascertain performance in terms of data rate that meets the protocol specifications. Performance characterization is based on various parameters that act as causative factors contributing towards improving or marginalizing the data rate. A detailed description of different dimensions of characterizing data rate based performance for bulk transactions of USB 3.0 SuperSpeed protocol is presented. This paper also discusses the statistical variation of various parameters with respect to different scenarios and arrives at the best, worst and ideal cases to achieve optimum performance.

Context Aware Information Classification in Fog Computing

Prashant Sangulagi and Ashok Sutagundar. Bheemanna Khandre Institute of Technology, Bhalki, Karnataka INDIA Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot, Karnataka IND Email: psangulgi@gmail.com, sutagundar@gmail.com

Abstract: Fog computing is a recent trend in networking where it is acting as a middleware between networking end devices / sensors and cloud computing. The fog computing is a solution to latency problem in the networks,which are connected to cloud computing. The fog computing computes, networks, compresses and provides the security to the information so that only essential information is stored in the cloud server and it can beeasilyaccessible to users. In this paper we are proposing a new concept inside the fogging. Instead of considering the huge amount of sensory data into fog for computation, only the required amount of information is called for computation and further process by the inclusion of context aware information classifier. The proposal further enhances the features of fog computing along with further minimizing the latency issue by considering K-NN& ID3 classifiers and making effective connectivity between sensors and clouds server.

Electrochemically Grown Potassium Ferrocyanide Doped Conducting Polymeric Rhodamine b Nanodots Modified Graphite Based Fluorescence Supercapacitors

Indu Pandey, Department of Chemistry MVJ College of Engineering Bengaluru-560067, INDIA Email: indu@mvjce.edu.in Jai Deo Tiwari AUTOSAR & In-Vehicle Networking Group KPIT Technologies Ltd. Bengaluru, INDIA Email:jai.tiwari@kpit.com

Abstract: Quantum dots based supercapacitors created a dramatic improvement in energy storage system. Herein, we reports a novel member of fluorescent supercapacitor has been fabricated from rhodamine b dye. In this work, Potassium ferrocyanide doped in the polymeric rhodamine b nanodots which were directly grown at the surface of graphite electrodes using cyclic voltammetry. Potassium ferrocyanide doped polymeric rhodamine b nanodots enhanced the specific conductance (320.0 F/g), and better long term cycling stability which are 2 to 3 times higher than individual polymeric rhodamine b nanodots as well as potassium ferrocyanide modified graphite electrodes. Interestingly, the electrochemical activity of the fluorescent Potassium ferrocyanide doped in the polymeric rhodamine b nanodots could be easily monitored by photoluminescence as well as voltammetric methods. These unique features of proposed hybrid fluorescent nanodots makes it smart nanomaterial to enhance the performance of supercapacitors. This organic-inorganic composite nanodots material based electrode shows a promising future for energy storage with high energy density, high power density and excellent cycle life.

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Session 1.5: Miscellaneous

MOEMS based sensor for tire carcass deflection monitoring in automobile using photonic crystal

Ketan Pandit Dept. of mechanical engineering PESIT, Bangalore South Campus Bangalore, India ketanmpandit@gmail.com Karthik Rao Dept. of mechanical engineering PESIT, Bangalore South Campus Bangalore, India karthikjr1996@gmail.com Preeta Sharan Dept. of electronics and communication engineering The Oxford college of Engineering Bangalore, India sharanpreeta@gmail.com Anup Upadhyaya Dept. of mechanical engineering The Oxford college of Engineering Bangalore, India

upadhyayaanup74@gmail.com

Abstract: Tire is an essential automotive component, since it plays an important role in safety, mobility, fuel economy and ride comfort. Road irregularities causes deflection of carcass which is an internal layer of tire that sustains load and absorbs shock. This causes tire to generate faulty input to the steering which reduces durability of the automobile in the long run. In this project, MOEMS (Micro Opto-Electro Mechanical System) based sensor associated with photonic crystal is developed to observe carcass deflection and to study its characteristics in order to design a more efficient automobile. The MOEMS device functionality is achieved through micromechanical sub-wavelength inward displacement of the dielectric slabs. The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method is used for analysis of the results with the help of MEEP software. Simulation results show that the displacement occurring (of the dielectric slabs) will change the dimensions of the waveguide carved in the photonic crystal having silicon as a substrate. As a result, this change in spacing alters the propagation virtue of electromagnetic waves that run through them, due to periodic modulation of refractive index. Results show that distinct shift in frequency with high quality factor of 37074.566 was obtained by displacing the inclined and vertical slab by keeping horizontal slabs fixed.

Impact of CSR Disclosure and Environmental Measures on Stock Price: A Study based on Business Responsibility Report of Indian Companies

S Arvind Kumar, Amrita School of Business, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru, arvind_iyer@live.com Sajiv Madhavan, Head Business Excellence Tata Elxsi, Ph.D. Scholar Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, sajiv@tataelxsi.co.in Amalendu Jyotishi, Professor, Amrita School of Business, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru, amalendu.jyotishi@gmail.com

Abstract: This paper analyzes the influence of disclosure of corporate social responsibility and environmental measures on the stock prices of Indian corporate firms. Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) initiated Business Responsibility Report (BRR) 2015-16 of top 100 Indian companies are the primary source of information. The values of Corporate Social Responsibility, Environmental Compliance were regressed on Stock Price performance controlling for EPS, PE Ratio and Sector classification. Our empirical study reveals that the CSR and Environmental Compliance have a positive impact on the stock prices. Many theoretical and empirical research has been conducted in other countries showing positive impact of these factors on stock prices. As Indian economy is more integrated to the global market, it is pertinent to understand and examine this phenomenon in Indian context. We do so in our research. Our analysis suggests that the Indian companies need to focus on environmental and corporate social responsibility to optimize the stakeholder value. It is also important for organizations to disclose more information through environmental reporting as well as CSR to better analyze the causal relations.

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An Innovative Approach of Classroom Scheduling: SmartClass: A Review

Saket Khandelwal, Pallavi B and Bindushree D C. Saket Khandelwal , Pallavi B , Bindushree D.C. School Of C & IT, Reva University, Bangalore, India.

Abstract: During early age, the classroom scheduling was done manually, which caused a lot of confusion between the programmers. This paper presents the Smart Class, which let the programmers to resolve the problems arise by manually creating the schedules for a classroom via web services. By instigating the service-oriented architecture (SOA), which provides a good flexibility and extensible by acquiring the re-usable unit. An inverted classroom, contents contains a video tutorial, which can be visualized outside the classroom, is one of the method which can free the classrooms time.

Source localization using Over-Complete Dictionary

Ashwin Srinath Suresh kumar, School of Electronics Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India Email: ashwinsrinath7@gmail.com Harish Babu Kundhu Prabakaran, School of Electronics Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India, Email:

harishkcp@gmail.com

Abstract: Direction of Arrival (DOA) estimation or source localization by listening to the radiated acoustic signal from the targets is of primal importance in underwater surveillance system. These systems, generally the sensor array data vector is projected on a Complete Dictionary which is made up of a set of linearly independent basis vectors. In this work, the notion of Over-Complete Dictionary (OCD) is built for underwater source localization application. This is implemented by stacking multiple set of basis vectors. Each set of basis vectors are selected keeping in mind the statistical properties of the signal. Ambient noise is also taken into consideration. Since these techniques are to be operated under dynamically changing ocean scenario, the OCD implementation gives better results in comparison with the conventional or adaptive beamforming techniques. As expected, the simulation results also shows significant performance improvement with OCD. Also, it is observed that the accuracy and bearing resolution improves as the dictionary size grows. The improved dictionary performance is demonstrated by Monte-Carlo simulations for various ocean scenarios which shows the effectiveness of the proposed technique.

Education Through Technical Games

Saravanan.S Karunya University Coimbatore India Saranrulz671@gmail.com Sujitha Juliet.D Karunya University Coimbatore India Sujitha_juliet@yahoo.com

Abstract: Game-based education is an effective medium to improve the skills and knowledge of the students. Studies have shown that game improves cognitive skills, creates enthusiasm and motivate students to learn the concepts thoroughly. In this study an educational gaming method is created where concepts have been taken from four subjects (English, Physics, Chemistry and General Knowledge) and explained them with the help of games. This method is developed to improve the speed, vocabulary and learning skills of the students. Games are proven to be effective in improving cognitive skills, reasoning and problem-solving skills. This article suggests the need to modify the teaching methods by addition of Game-based educational techniques to improve the quality of learning styles of the students.

Critical Review of Control Strategies for Switched Reluctance Motor Employed in Electric Vehicle

Kavita B. Hunasikatti,Student member IEEE Basaveshwar Engineering College (Autonomous), Bagalkot, Karnataka India Raghuram L Naik, Member IEEE Basaveshwar Engineering College (Autonomous), Bagalkot, Karnataka India Veena D Nayak Member IEEE Basaveshwar Engineering College (Autonomous), Bagalkot, Karnataka India

Abstract: This paper presents a critical review of control strategies for switched reluctance motor employed in electric vehicle. The survey is carried out on various control strategies namely average torque control, instantaneous torque, torque sharing and direct instantaneous torque control. The purpose of the survey is to identify the capability of control strategies in terms of speed and torque of SRM for electric vehicle application. The preliminary observation from the study is that, SRM have high torque ripples and it is severe during commutation between the adjacent phases. Further, it also leads to high acoustic noise, vibration and harshness of the electric vehicle system. In view of this, there is need to develop an appropriate control method to overcome the said problems of SRM drive employed in EVs.

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A Novel ATM Security System using a User Defined Personal Identification Number With the Aid of GSM Technology

Swathi H, Suraj Joshi, Kiran Kumar M.K. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology Bangalore, India

Abstract: In contrast to the past, Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) are widely used due to their simplicity and extensive availability. Presently, ATM systems use no more than an access card which usually has a magnetic stripe (magstripe) and a fixed Personal Identification Number (PIN) for identity verification. Some other cases utilize a chip and a PIN which sometimes has a magstripe in case the chip fails as a backup for identification purposes. This method is not very secure and prone to increase in criminal activities. The need for a novel, simple as well as secure method of access is thus imperative. In the present work, a PIN is generated by the user and this PIN is made available to the ATM system by the means of a Subscriber Identity Module(SIM) in the user’s Mobile Phone. This information is communicated to a Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) module embedded into the ATM’s functional framework. This method of security is more stable than the traditional methods presently in use. The method presented is dynamic due to the possibility of changing the User Defined PIN(UDPIN) in each and every transaction. Losing the access card no longer becomes a big problem to the user and the need for immediate deactivation is also eliminated. It can also be enhanced by including other security features without large number of modifications. A simple prototype employing this security function has been implemented and the results are verified.

Nepal Stock Exchange Prediction Using Support Vector Regression and Neural Networks

Top Bahadur Pun, Tej Bahadur Shahi Central Department of Computer Science and IT Tribhuvan University Kathmandu, Nepal Nepal topun7@gmail.com, tejshahi1984@gmail.com

Abstract: Stock Exchange price prediction is the task of estimating future price of certain stock listed in stock exchange by extracting the trend with the help of confidence learned from historical training data. In this research work, the data set has been created by extracting raw data from Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) website. Data pre-processing is performed in order compute an accurate result. The data belonging to promoter share and unwanted feature are eliminated from considered data. The resulting data are normalized for better performance, before applying the machine learning methods. Min-Max and Z-score normalization are used for this purpose. Overall stock data are further divided into ten different sector of investment for sectorwise analysis. Support Vector Regression (SVR) and Artificial Neural Network (ANN) are applied in order to predict stock price for a next day. In order to measure the performance of two learning models, mean square error (MSE), mean absolute error (MAE), root mean square error (RMSE) and Coefficient of Determination (R2) are used. The result shows that SVR with min max normalization is performing better than ANN in all sectors except on Development bank, Finance, and Mutual Fund.

Session 2.1: Communication Systems

Impairment impact on the Wireless Communication System

Souparnika Jadhav, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Nagarjuna College of Engineering & Technology, Bengaluru, India, souparnika.j@gmail.com. Nagesh K.N., Electronics & Communication Engineering, Nagarjuna College of Engineering & Technology, Bengaluru, India, nageshlakmaya@gmail.com

Abstract: In communication systems, distortion and noise are the main reason to decrease the reliability of the system, these distortions occurs because of the hardware deficiencies. In Wireless ad-hoc network, connectivity and coverage area the two biggest issues. Therefore, this paper gives the practical analysis of the hardware deficiencies on hoping transmission, which amplifies and sends the better signal for the static and dynamic gain of the nodes and determine the localization of isolation nodes, improve connectivity and coverage area by reducing ‘nakagami-m’ fading . The outage possibility obtained in practical is by the signal to noise with the distortion noise, where these achieves the hardware deficiencies in the initial node and the relay node. In the same way, we consider the ergodic capability, in which hops are not dependent but it also assigns the ‘Nakagami-m’ fading effect in the communication system. In this, the SNR and the signal to noise with distortion is more, which are continuous, where these are inversely proportional for the amount of hardware deficiencies. Theoretical transceivers will not satisfy the requirements in practically therefore in this paper, we provide some of the basic

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rules which is very helpful for the better communication in practical manner while focusing on ‘Nakagami-m’ fading effect in improving connectivity and coverage are in wireless ad-hoc networks.

Equivalent Circuit and Validation of a Direct Coupled Hexagonal Split Ring Resonator

Betsy George, Bhuvana Nair S and Sreedevi K.Menon Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (AmritaWNA) Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, India, betsygeorge1993@gmail.com, bhuvananairs@am.amrita.edu, sreedevikmenon@am.amrita.edu

Abstract: The paper illustrates equivalent circuit model and its validation for a Hexagonal Split Ring Resonator (H-SRR). The equivalent circuit of the resonator is modelled considering circular loop approximation and thus realizing the effective inductance. The effective capacitance is calculated using parallel plate approximation. The proposed equivalent circuit is able to predict the resonant frequency with less than 2 % error.

Compact CPW Fed Dual Band Omnidirectional Antenna with Modified Signal Strip

Kripa Susan Johnson and Sreedevi Menon. Dept of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, India, kripa.johnson@gmail.com, sreedevikmenon@am.amrita.edu

Abstract: A dual band planar monopole antenna energized using Coplanar Waveguide (CPW) is presented in this paper. The dual band characteristic is achieved by modifying the signal strip of CPW as two different monopoles. The newly developed antenna is resonating at two different frequencies, 2.4GHz and 5.2GHz,making it suitable for Wi-Fi applications. The properties of the antenna such as return loss, gain and radiation pattern are analyzed and optimized using ANSYS HFSS and validated by measurement. The simple structure is the attracting feature of the designed antenna.

Cellular Automata based Optimal Illumination in LED Based Lighting Systems

Alekha Kumar Mishra, Faraz Ahmad, Prawigya Pariyar, Abhishek Ghosh, Pushan Srivastava, Sumanth G and Ashutosh Dubey. Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India *alekha.mishra@vit.ac.in

Abstract: Cellular automaton are tremendously utilized for their spatial and characteristically dynamic structure and detailed resolution. They outperform other models in representing practical methods of illumination. Formal Cellular Automaton is based on straightforward standard. The dynamics rely upon the state of the cell (on/off) and the state of neighbouring cells. Traditional Cellular Automata can deliver various elements, surprisingly diverse dynamics, including self-replicable structures. The aim of the proposed work to use Cellular Automata is to provide a simulation on optimal illumination for LED based lighting system based on the round robin transition scheme where state of each LED is governed by its neighbouring LED states in a way which optimizes the consumption of electricity without compromising much on the illumination.

A Survey on Channel Parameters and Signal Processing methods at mm-wave for 5G networks

Abdul Haq N. School of ECE REVA University, Bangalore, India email: abdulhaq@reva.edu.in, abjag.n@gmail.com Mrinal Sarvagya School of ECE REVA University, Bangalore, India email: mrinalsarvgya@gmail.com

Abstract: Wireless data traffic is expected to increase 10000 fold in next 20 years. To meet this ever-increasing demand of increased wireless traffic, the fifth-generation (5G) cellular systems are getting prepared to be deployed by 2020. 5G cellular systems are most likely to operate in millimetre wave (mm-wave) frequency bands. Communication at mm-wave is setting a new era of wireless communication. The mm-wave frequencies offer higher bandwidth channels up to 2 GHz. Signal processing techniques are critical for implementing in the next generation mm-wave communication systems. Millimetre wave technology enables the use of large antenna arrays at the transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx). Along with high operating frequency and mixed signal power constraints, incipient multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communication signal processing methods are essential. Due to large bandwidths, designing low complexity transceiver algorithms becomes critical. Millimetre wave technique provides enough opportunities to utilize the signal processing techniques such as compressed sensing technique in channel estimation and beamforming (BF). This article presents an overview of efficacious signal processing methods and challenges in using mm-wave technique, with an incremented fixate on MIMO technology in achieving larger data rates and issues with limited availability of frequency spectrum. There is an immense interest in mm-wave BF predicated for 5G networks. An important aspect in mm-wave communications is to exploit the increased number of deployable antennas at both Tx and Rx to combat high path loss, to tackle increased interference due to higher user density and to tackle multipath effects in frequency selective channels.

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A Comparative study on the Performance of Circular Patch Antenna using low cost substrate for S-band Applications

Abhishek Javali, Laxmi Sharma, Richa Tengshe Department of Telecommunication Engineering CMR Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India, abhishek.j, laxmi.sh, richa.t@cmrit.ac.in Sutapa Sarkar Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering CMR Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India sutapa.s@cmrit.ac.in

Abstract: This paper focusses on comparison of the performance of Circular Microstrip Patch Antenna(CMPA) in S-band between soil and CMPA with RT/Duroid 5880 as substrate. Normally RT/Duroid 5880 is used in fabrication of MPAs due to its low electrical loss, low dielectric loss, low moisture absorption etc. But, it is costly. This work tries to prove that soil substrate can replace RT/Duroid 5880 by illustrating effect of minimal change in dielectric constant on key parameters such as gain, bandwidth and VSWR. The simulation is carried out in Computational Electromagnetic Software FEKO (suite 7.0). The paper concludes by stating that soil substrate being economical can be a potential candidate to replace RT/Duroid 5880 as there is very little to minimal change in key parameters such as bandwidth (a difference of 14.07 MHz), gain (a difference of 0.18 dBi) and directivity (a difference of 0.41 dBi).

Session 2.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

A Survey on Implicit Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis

Minu P Abraham, Pranitha Hegde and Udaya Kumar Reddy. Department of CSE NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte Karnataka, India e-mail: minupjuly12@nitte.edu.in, pranitha91993@gmail.com, krudaykumar@nitte.edu.in

Abstract: As the E-commerce sites hit the markets, customers started purchasing most of the products from online shopping sites like Amazon, Flipkart, Shopclues, Snapdeal etc. Further, customers started writing the review about the products they purchased which helped other customers to choose a product to buy. Many of the customers purchase products based on the product ratings and the user reviews. For the big companies, the number of reviews could be in the thousands. So it is almost impossible for customers to read these reviews manually and choose the product based on the reviews. Many techniques have been proposed to classify the product based on the reviews given, an approach to use the sentiment exhibited by the customer who bought the product. Aspect based sentiment analysis is one among them which has two types within namely implicit and explicit aspect-based analysis. Most of the researches are performed based on the explicit aspect, only few works are performed based on the implicit aspects. This paper provides the survey on different methods introduced to classify the reviews based on the implicit aspects present in the reviews.

A Review on the Application of Human Visual System Algorithm for the Image Enhancement

Swathi B Achar, Sannidhan M S and Abhir Bhandary. Department of Computer Science and Engineering NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte, India. swathiachar59@gmail.com, sannidhan@nitte.edu.in, abhirbhandary@nitte.edu.in

Abstract: Enhancement of an image is considered as one of the important aspect in image processing. This paper presents the survey of enhancing an image based on Human Visual System algorithm. The Human Visual System algorithm also called as HVS based thresholding algorithm is one of the best pre-processor algorithm which is efficient, low cost and aims to provide related operation as our human eye which is adapted to extract local structural information. It provides best accurate and robust results which is used in various image processing applications such as in identifying the criminals, security applications and robot vision system. This paper aimed in providing an overview of HVS algorithm being implemented in various applications of image processing and computer vision as image enhancing technique. The paper also outlined a brief analysis on the implemented technique.

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Aspect Level Sentiment Analysis: Survey, Challenges and Future Directions

Manju Venugopalan Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India v_manju@blr.amrita.edu Deepa Gupta Dept. of Mathematics Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India g_deepa@blr.amrita.edu

Abstract: Sentiment Analysis, the field that is inspired by the instinct to know what others think or feel has seen tremendous growth during the past couple of decades. The basic notion of sentiment analysis was an automated system to extract the opinion of a speaker towards an entity and hence classify it as positive, negative or neutral. The wide range of applications ranging from measuring customer satisfaction to social media monitoring keeps the demand for the field growing. Aspect Level Sentiment analysis is a growing sub-field which takes the objective beyond subjectivity classification to identifying the attributes or the aspects of the entity that are talked about and hence extracting the opinion holder’s sentiment towards each of these aspects. This survey focuses on Aspect level Sentiment Analysis; the various approaches since its inception, the datasets used, and results obtained, the challenges encountered, examines the current state of art and throws open future directions in this research area.

On sparse Audio Data Watermarking by Exploiting Haar Transform Structure

Electa Alice Jayarani.A Reva University Bangalore India electalice@gmail.com Mahabaleswara. R. Bhatt BMS College of Engineering Bangalore India Geetha.D.D Reva University Bangalore India

Abstract: Abstract - In the past decade the world has seen a monumental growth in technology. At the same time the technology has lead the human kind to a threat as always there is an exploit of the invention. The current trend is posting all multimedia files on internet instantly without any security. This has lead to tremendous problem to the owners of multimedia file. Thus prevention of multimedia file has given higher priority in recent years. In this paper on sparse audio data watermarking by exploiting Haar transform structure is discussed. Experimental results are provided to analysis the proposed algorithm without degrading the quality of the audio.

Designing of Sensing Matrix for Compressive Sensing and Reconstruction

Sharanabasaveshwara H B Dept. of E&CE GMIT, Davangere Davangere, India, sharanhb1992@gmail.com Santosh Herur Dept. of E&CE GMIT, Davangere Davangere, India santoshherur@yahoo.com

Abstract: The compressive sampling technique is an emerging sampling technique that reconstructs a sparse signal at sub-Nyquist rate. One of the concerns in compression sensing is design of sensing matrix. While random sensing matrix are widely in use, they have many disadvantages. In this paper a novel Deterministic Random Sensing Matrix is designed and tested on image of size 256*256. The result shown 24% improvement in reconstruction time over Random Sensing Matrix. Since the matrix is deterministic the storage requirement is less than the Random Sensing Matrix.

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Session 2.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

Privacy in Pervasive Computing Environment: A Survey

Gnaneshwari G. R., Computer Science Department, Government Engineering College, Huvinahadagali, gecgnani@gmail.com Vijayashree R. Budyal, Electrical and Electronics Department, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Bangalore, vijayasri_rb@rediffmail.com

Abstract: Pervasive computing evolved tremendously as an exciting new paradigm to provide data collection, computing, and communication services all the time and everywhere. It has introduced a new world of computing and became an integral part of many fields and application domains. It allows users to interact with wired and wireless networks that support any information technology. In spite of many advantages associated with pervasive computing, communication services have some security risks. For sensitive and confidential data there should be some security mechanisms. In this paper, we present privacy issues and challenges that are preventing people from adopting the pervasive computing environment and we give a survey on the solutions that have been carried to minimize risks.

Smartbin-Automatic waste segregation and collection

Manisha Jayson, Sanket Hiremath Dept. of ECE K S Institute of Technology, manisha.jayson@gmail.com Lakshmi H R Dept. of ECE K S Institute of Technology, hrl.lakshmi@gmail.com

Abstract: The ever-growing human population is imposing a strong demand and pressure on the environment for sustenance. This growth spurt has resulted in a steady increase in the amount of waste being disposed daily. in most of the developing countries, segregation and timely collection of waste is a major challenge. Due to inefficient waste segregation, a large amount of recyclable content goes waste. The waste, if not separated properly, gets mixed up and may eventually leak resulting in toxicity and may contaminate the groundwater table through poisonous methane gas. In this paper, we present SmartBin, a bin that can segregate waste at source with no human intervention and can automatically alert the waste collection centre when the bin is full. SmartBin will help solve the waste segregation problem and help build a greener society, with no compromise on health and hygiene.

Performance Valuation of Pan Sharpening Approaches in an Urban Environment

Nithya R. Govind, C. A. Rishikeshan. Dept. of Applied Mechanics & Hydraulics National Institute of Technology Karnataka Mangalore, India nithyargovind@gmail.com H. Ramesh Dept. of Applied Mechanics & Hydraulics National Institute of Technology Karnataka Mangalore, India

Abstract: Pan sharpening technique is a widely used image processing technique which combines the data available from various sensors and exploit its varied capabilities. In this study the efficiency of four diverse pan sharpening methods namely High Pass filter, Modified Intensity Hue Saturation, Ehlers fusion and Hyperspectral Colour Sharpening was evaluated. The pan sharpening approaches are applied to Landsat 8 imagery of an urban area. The spatial and spectral quality of the fused images are assessed using different indices like Bias, RMSE, Correlation Coefficient and ERGAS. The fused images obtained have improved spatial resolution and visual appearance compared to the original MS image. The fused images have spatial resolution comparable to that of the PAN image. According to visual analysis Modified IHS method yielded fused image with better visual interpretability. The statistical analysis shows that high pass filter is the most suitable pan sharpening method for this dataset. On testing for Bias, RMSE, ERGAS and CC, the high pass filter method performed best followed by Modified Intensity Hue saturation, Ehlers fusion and Hyperspectral Colour Sharpening. While Ehlers fusion showed a higher correlation, compared to Modified IHS.

Chessboard crypt-algorithm

Prajit.T.R Department of Electronics and communication Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bengaluru-54, India

praj99T@gmail.com

Abstract: Chessboard crypt-algorithm is an algorithm to encrypt N-bit binary data using a key of size N. It provides unique mappings for each key and scrambles the sequence using an approach similar to the movement of the Queen on the chessboard. An important property is that the function for encryption and decryption is the same- and not inverse as in typical crypt-algorithms. The number of combinations that can be generated is large and therefore to an extent, it protects against the brute force approach.

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Dynamic key Dependent S-Box for Symmetric Encryption for IoT Devices

Tabassum Ara School of Computing & Information Tech Reva University Bangalore, Karnataka, India. tabuara@gmail.com Pritam Gajkumar Shah School of Engineering & Tech Jain University Bangalore, Karnataka, India. wsnpgs@gmail.comzation Prabhakar M School of Computing & Information Tech Reva University Bangalore, Karnataka, India. prabhakar.m@reva.edu.in

Abstract: The objective is to design a algorithm to generate key depended Substitution Boxes for Symmetric Encryption. This paper describes an effective and innovative way of generating substitution boxes which are key dependent. The proposed algorithm uses Elliptic Curve Cryptography to generate dynamic S-Boxes. The S- Boxes generated are tested against the four different criteria called Bijection, Strict Avalanche Effect (SAE), Non-linearity and Bit-Independence. It is implemented in C++ using Multi-precision Integer and Rational Arithmetic Cryptographic Library (MIRACL) and the experimental results shows that it takes very less computation time. The proposed algorithm can be used in PRESENT cipher to generate dynamic key depended S-Boxes. And this scheme is quite efficient for resource constrained devices of Internet of Things.

Session 2.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Analysis, Design and Simulation of Multi Output Forward-Flyback Converter

Kaushik Kushalappa Naik Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PES University, Bengaluru, India. Email:

naikkaushik93@gmail.com

Dr.Venugopal N Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PES University, Bengaluru, India. Email:

venugopaln@pes.edu

Abstract: Modern trend for isolated multi output SMPS design for any industrial application is by using a flyback converter topology. But this topology yields low efficiency because of losses in the transformer due to offset current. This is the major concern in using a flyback based SMPS for industrial applications. On the other hand, a forward converter has low offset current compared to flyback converter due to the operation of this converter in boundary condition. Thus the issue of low efficiency in multi output flyback converter is solved by developing a forward-flyback converter for multi-output application. In this paper a detailed analysis of forward flyback converter is explained. Finally design calculations using the derived expressions and then simulation in MATLAB/Simulink for multi-output forward-flyback converter is carried out. Then the power conversion efficiency of conventional flyback and proposed converter for Multi-Output application is compared and the superiority of the proposed converter is highlighted.

Distributed Component-Based Crawler for AJAX Applications

Suryansh Raj Dept. of CSE, MIT Manipal Academy of Higher Education Manipal, Karnataka, India

suryansh.anu123@gmail.com

Rajashree Krishna Dept. of CSE, MIT Manipal Academy of Higher Education Manipal, Karnataka, India raji.krish@manipal.edu, Ashalatha Nayak Dept. of CSE, MIT Manipal Academy of Higher Education Manipal, Karnataka, India asha.nayak@manipal.edu

Abstract: Crawling web applications is important for indexing websites as well as for testing vulnerabilities present in the website. The research area of crawling traditional websites has made significant progress and many software suites are available which can carry deep crawls of large traditional websites in limited time. The modern AJAX (asynchronous JavaScript and XML) based websites, however, cannot be crawled by traditional crawlers. The area is open to research and many open-source software suites are being developed. However, the software suites developed so far still face the issues of state space explosion, poor time efficiency and incomplete content coverage. This research work aims to develop a distributed component-based crawler for deterministic AJAX applications to reduce state space explosion, improve time efficiency and provide complete content coverage. It uses a combination of multiple approaches to develop the solution. Firstly, it takes into account a Component- Based approach to reduce state space explosion. It then takes a Distributed-Crawling approach to process the events concurrently in order to improve efficiency. It employs a Breadth First Search (BFS) strategy to provide complete content coverage.

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Memristor-Based Neuromorphic Hybrid CMOS Sub-Block Architecture for a High- Speed Arithmetic and Logic Unit

Balaji Vijayakumar Electronics and Communication Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering Bengaluru, India

Abstract: Presently, Computations traverse through several layers of hardware logic structures to perform the intended operation. This, amounts to a significant time delay and power consumption. In this paper, a memristor- based ALU architecture is proposed which is a combination of trained Memristor-based Neural Networks and hybrid CMOS circuits which together can form a promising solution to Implement High-Speed Logic. We will discuss a Neural Network to implement an N-Bit Full Adder. Further, an N-Bit Hybrid CMOS Fast Multiplier architecture is proposed; which uses an N-Bit Full Adder Neural Network as well as Memristor-based Hybrid CMOS Logic Circuits to implement the entire Functionality. Also a 2-Bit Neural full adder is trained using Back Propagation algorithm which gives a better insight into the Robustness of the architecture. The comparison analysis of the CMOS as well as the proposed Memristor-based Neural 2-Bit Full adder is shown. Systems which use repetitive logic computations; for instance, DSP processors can benefit highly from the proposed architecture by simply cutting down on the Time and Power spent on Complex Real-Time Calculations (matrix DFT-FFT computations).

14 -bit Low Power Successive Approximation ADC using Two Step Split Capacitive array DAC with multiplexer switching

Savitha.M School of Electronics and Communication, Reva University Bangalore, Karnataka India. Email:savith73@gmail.com , R. Venkata Siva Reddy School of Electronics and Communication, REVA University Bangalore, Karnataka-India

Email:rvsreddy2007@gmail.com

Abstract: The low power successive Approximation Analog to Digital converter (SA-ADC) is widely used in several applications mainly in bio-medical. In this paper, the performance of the 14 bit SAR–ADC analysed through obtaining the power consumption by adopting the two split capacitive array DAC method. In addition to this, the area utilization and delay performance of two split DAC is also derived. The proposed two split capacitive array DAC with multiplexer switching, consumes the power of 12uW. So totally 190 times of power is reduced by the proposed method in comparison with conventional single split capacitive array DAC. Also, this design requires 185-unit capacitances whereas the conventional design utilizes 256 unit capacitances in a capacitive array, thereby reducing the area of CDAC by 28%. In addition to this, the delay performance of the design also analysed. Here design is made fully differential, hence the noise parameter is considerably reduced. Behavioural simulations were performed to check the effectiveness of design in each stage.

Inertial Response Support in LFC by Linearized Delta Torque Model Based DFIG

S Zahid Nabi Dar Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT Srinagar, J&K, India Email: zahidnabi21@gmail.com Mairaj-ud-Din Mufti Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT Srinagar, J&K, India Email: muftimd@yahoo.com

Abstract: There has been a paradigm shift in incorporation of wind energy into the conventional grid. The power electronic interface decoupling the inertial response in the event of contingency is a challenging issue. In this paper a control loop based upon linearized delta torque model DFIG system is incorporated in a pragmatic two area power system including steam reheat constraints and governor dead band nonlinearity. From the exhaustive simulation studies carried out in MATLAB Simulink Environment it is found that there is 93% reduction in peak frequency deviation and 75% decrease in tie power deviation, thus improving the reliability of power system considerably.

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Session 2.5: Miscellaneous

Structural Monitoring of Buildings using Wireless DIY kits and IoT Platform

M A Jafsal, V K Kiran and K A Mohandas. Kiran V.K Mohandas K A., Dept. of CSE, & Dept. of CE, NSS College of Engineering Palakkad, India kiranvk.nss@gmail.com, arackalmohandas@yahoo.com Abhishek T V, Akhila, Aryakrishna V R, Jafsal M A, Greeshma P., Dept. of CSE NSS College of Engineering Palakkad, India, abhishektv7@gmail.com, sathyanakhila@gmail.com , aryakrishnaksh@gmail.com, jfzlma@gmail.com, greeshmapravi@gmail.com

Abstract: Internet of things (IoT) is a system of physical objects that can be connected to the Internet. Web of things (WoT) is a specialization of internet of things that simplifies the creation of IoT applications. Numerous DIY (Do It Yourself) kits for IoT based on Raspberry Pi and Arduino boards are available. In our work, we try to implement an automated building monitoring system that gives an idea about nature of cracks in buildings. Different types of crack monitoring methods are available nowadays. Some of these methods are Monitoring Cracks Using Tape and Pencil, Glass and Epoxy, and paper. All these methods are mechanical and requires a human operator for taking measurements. We propose an automated method which requires human intervention only during installation and disassembly of system. Also we propose to use WoT (Web of Things) architecture for our solution which uses web protocols to dashboard the readings from our system. WoT enables our solution to be accessible through web browser, mobile apps and other Web based front ends facilitating a user friendly interface.

Design of Area Efficient High-Speed Shift Register for Low Power Applications

P. Koti Lakshmi, Rameshwar Rao Dept. of ECE, UCE, Osmania University Hyderabad, India. lakshmi_ponnuri@yahoo.com, rameshwar_rao@hotmail.com

Abstract: Low power area efficient registers are the need of the day due to miniaturisation with technological developments and urge of high amount of processing and speed of operation in mobile devices which are battery operated. Thus a family of domino devices with speed enhancement and low PDP with sufficient noise immunity is used in the design of 8-bit register to analyse the design performance in terms of Power, area and speed. In this paper it is shown that the new design is 23% faster and 20% reduction in PDP is achieved with an overhead of 3.99% power dissipation compared to other designs under consideration.

Delineated Analysis of Robotic Process Automation Tools

Ruchi Isaac, Riya Muni and Kenali Desai. Computer Engineering, Shri Bhagubhai Computer Engineering, Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic Mumbai, India shuklaruchi1063@gmail.com riya.muni1999@gmail.com desaikenali@gmail.com

Abstract: - In this age and time when celerity is expected out of all the sectors of the country, the speed of execution of various processes and hence efficiency, becomes a prominent factor. To facilitate the speeding demands of these diverse platforms, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is used. Robotic Process Automation can expedite back-office tasks in commercial industries, remote management tasks in IT industries and conservation of resources in multiple sectors. To implement RPA, many software platforms are developed and the objective of this paper will be providing an analysis of three of the leading RPA platforms namely, UiPath Studio, Automation Anywhere and Blue Prism. Our analysis will help the commercial industries- not only the front-office but also for back-office personnel; to determine which platform is the most eligible to use.

Two Layer Cloud Security Set Architecture on Hypervisor

Nivedha Sathyanarayanan Computer Science and Engineering, Easwari Engineering College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India nivedhasathya15@gmail.com M. Naveen Nanda Computer Science and Engineering, Easwari Engineering College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India naveen9324676@ieee.org

Abstract: In the super furnished and exceptionally propelled universe of innovation, there exists a need to design and proffer the fitful necessities of the heads with minimum specialist co-op association. This was visualized shapelessly in "CLOUD COMPUTING". Security is the super prominent immersion factor while entrusting an association's basic data to topographically scattered cloud stages not under the immediate control of that association. In such situations, it is imperative to build up an invention that gives coordinated control along abnormal state of security. Information is vital for the functioning of an organization and therefore needs to be secure. To mitigate the risks of hyper jacking in a hypervisor, various new ideas are being developed. Our

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proposed solution persists of a two-layer security set architecture that barricades, tracks and reciprocates when it senses hyper jacking. The two layers in the architecture are the Prevention phase that is further classified into Authentication and Encryption/Decryption phases and the Detection Phase which includes Detection followed by Responding using Honeyd. In the primary layer of Prevention the data to be stocked is authenticated using Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol and later encrypted/decrypted using Advanced Encryption Standards using Rijndael Ciphers for secure storage. Though this provides exhaustive security, considering the chances of the prevention phase failure, the next phase of detection and responding by using Honeyd (Honeypot) is implemented. This phase simulates the features which resembles an operating system and handles external penetration and interacts with the malicious user as a host itself. Thus the system could be camouflaged by monitoring and alerting the users about the possible network intrusions to enhance its security, apart from protecting the data.

Contextual Care Protocol using Neural Networks and Decision Trees

Yash Pratyush Sinha, Pranshu Malviya, Minerva Panda, Syed Mohd Ali Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering International Institute of Information Technology Bhubaneswar, India yashpratyushsinha@gmail.com, pranshumalviya2@gmail.com, minervapandaniki@gmail.com, syedmohdali121@gmail.com

Abstract: A contextual care protocol is used by a medical practitioner for patient healthcare, given the context or situation that the specified patient is in. This paper proposes a method to build an automated self-adapting protocol which can help make relevant, early decisions for effective healthcare delivery. The hybrid model leverages neural networks and decision trees. Neural network estimates the chances of each disease and each tree in the decision trees represents care protocol for a disease. These trees are subject to change in case of aberrations found by the diagnosticians. These corrections or prediction errors are clustered into similar groups for scalability and review by the experts. The corrections as suggested by the experts are incorporated to the model.

Reliable Multicast Clustering Approach Based on K-Means Method for Wireless Sensor Networks

Sreevidya R.C. Dept. of CSE BNM Institute of Technology Bangalore, India sreevidya.rc@gmail.com Nagaraja G. S. Dept. of CSE RV College of Engineering Bangalore, India nagarajags@rvce.edu.in

Abstract: WSN is a well-organized system for transferring the similar data to several receivers. In sensor networks, multi-casting is an essential operation, which performs using base station. Multi-casting helps to transmit the similar data to several destination nodes. While routing the packets in multi-hop methodology, some intermediate nodes are also utilized for forwarding the packets. In sensor network, developing an effective multi- cast routing is a critical task. In order to overcome these issues, an effective clustering approach k-means is implemented in the WSNs. For the simulation purposes, we have implemented our proposed approach on the Multicast Optimized Link State Routing (MOLSR) protocol, which has been selected as best routing protocol. Experimental outcome confirms that the advanced technique shows a significant result by means of throughput, Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR), etc.

IoT enabled comprehensive, plug and play gateway framework for smart health

Selvaraj Kesavan and Ganeshkumar Kalambettu. Selvaraj Kesavan , Ganesh Kumar Kalambettu, Accenture, Bangalore, India. selvarajkesavan@gmail.com, ganeshbhat.k@gmail.com

Abstract: With convergence of digital technology and smart devices, monitoring and tracking data in real time become true. Given the invention of many health vital sensors and activity tracking devices, dynamically measure and monitoring of vital health parameters become easy. The sensors and devices uses numerous protocols and communication methods for transmitting the data. In a conventional setup, it is difficult to connect multiple devices with different proprietary applications and monitor. Moreover, it is cumbersome to control multiple devices and store, analyses all the vitals parameter data. There is no common platform or frameworks available to connect the multiple health sensors and to monitor the vitals simultaneously. This paper proposes the comprehensive, scalable, plug and play smart health gateway for connecting variety of health sensors and allows the devices seamless communication for transmit and control. With IoT enabled, the framework seamlessly connects with cloud services and stream the data for storage, analysis and prediction. The proposed unified framework is not only an efficient building block for connecting many health sensors but also enable seamless connectivity between gateway and cloud platform and services.

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Session 3.1: Communication Systems

Visible Light Communication and Radio Network for Vehicular Environment

Priyanka Arunachalam Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru, India apriyanka1990@gmail.com Navin Kumar Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru, India navinkumar@ieee.org

Abstract: Visible Light Communication (VLC) technology is an emerging technology which promises to offer high data rate, last mile solution, ubiquitous communications, and relief to the most congested radio frequency (RF) system. Recently VLC has drawn the attention of researchers around the globe and they are still exploring the applications and services which can be offered by this technology. In this work, a conceptual architecture of hybrid technology that is VLC with RF is presented and discussed for vehicular environment. The idea is to provide relief to RF spectrum by using downlink signal with VLC technology and uplink transmission using RF. This RF could be a cellular system and/or wireless local area networks (WLAN) working as road side unit (RSU). Analysis is presented to show the VLC system would offer ubiquitous communication on road throughout the driving while illuminating road for the safe drive. Through simulation results, it is shown that the system offers high data rate in the downlink. However, for the uplink, road side units from RF technology based system offer the access to data services.

Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Log-normal Shadowing Environment with Erroneous Sensing and Reporting Channels

Godugu Kiran Kumar Department of ECE M.L.R Institute of Technology and Management (MLRITM), Dundigal Hyderabad, Telangana, India Email: gkk145@gmail.com Mahendar Gajula Department of ECE M.V.S.R Engineering College Affiliated to Osmania University Hyderabad, Telangana, India Email: mahendar.gajula@gmail.com Srinivas Nallagonda, Member, IEEE Department of ECE M.L.R Institute of Technology and Management (MLRITM), Dundigal Hyderabad, Telangana, India Email: srinivas.nallagonda@gmail.com

Abstract: In the present work, we study the performance of a cooperative spectrum sensing network (CSSN) based on energy detection technique in presence of noise and Lognormal shadowing (LNS). All the cognitive radio (CR) nodes use identical energy detectors (EDs), sense a primary user (PU), and report the sensed data in the form of binary-decision to the fusion center (FC). The wireless links between CR nodes and PU are considered as erroneous sensing (S) channels whereas links connecting from CR nodes to the FC are erroneous reporting (R) channels. Various hard-decision fusion rules are performed at FC to make a final decision on the status of the PU (either active or inactive). The analytical frameworks subject to noise and LNS fading, for evaluating missed detection and total error rate (TER) performances, for all the system and channel conditions are developed. Through computer simulations, developed analytical frameworks are validated. Further, the CSSN performance for different network parameters such as channel error probability, LNS parameter, number of samples, average S-channel signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), number of CR nodes, under various fusion rules is investigated. Finally, an optimal number of CR nodes for different fusion rules are also indicated

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Design and Analysis of Two Novel Metamaterial Unit Cells for Antenna Engineering

Tanweer Ali, Subhash B K and Rajashekhar C. Biradar School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore tanweers@reva.edu.in subhashgowda772@gmail.com raj.biradar@revainstitution.org

Abstract: In this research we present a detailed analysis of two metamaterial unit cell through waveguide medium. The first unit cell consists of four G-shaped resonators with split gap and thus named as G-shaped split ring resonator (GSRR). This unit cell exhibit stop-band phenomenon at 3.3GHz. The second unit cell is of Hexagonal shaped with split gaps, and thus named as, hexagonal split-ring resonator (HSRR). This unit cell exhibits stop- band phenomenon at 8.1GHz. Detailed analysis of extraction of medium parameters like permeability and refractive index for both metamaterial unit cells have been discussed in detail.

Optimization of Unequally Spaced Linear Antenna Array by Employing PSO Technique

Allen Vivean Miranda, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Private Limited Bengaluru – 560 030, India allenvmiranda@gmail.com Ashwin P. Electronics & Radar Development Establishment (LRDE), DRDO, Bengaluru – 560 093, India padmanabhan.ashwin@yahoo.com V S Gangwar, Electronics & Radar Development Establishment (LRDE), DRDO, Bengaluru – 560 093, India veer.singh.gangwar@lrde.drdo.in

Abstract: In this paper, a new method for the synthesis of unequally spaced linear antenna (USLA) arrays, which provides very low peak side lobe level (PSLL) along with narrow and highly directive main beam for a given aperture size is proposed. Particle swarm optimization (PSO) is employed to determine optimum arrangement of inter-element spacing which simulate required current distribution on the aperture corresponding to lowest possible PSLL. Uniform amplitude excitation and definite inter-element spacings range of 0.5λ - 1.5λ are assumed in this study. Performance of proposed method is evaluated by the numerical analysis of a 36- element USLA array. Furthermore, electromagnetic (EM) simulation study is done using a normal rectangular patch element in CST microwave studio software. The numerically computed results show considerable melioration in terms of reduction in PSLL as compared with the results obtained using methods available in literature.

A Compact Audi-Shaped Slotted Multiband Antenna for WiMAX/WLAN/X-band Applications

Subhash B K, Abhishek. K, Tanweer Ali, Bharathi S H and Rajashekhar C Biradar School of ECE, REVA University, Bangalore subhashgowda772@gmail.com, kavinamooleabhishek@gmail.com, tanweers@reva.edu.in, bharathish@reva.edu.in, raj.biradar@revainstitution.org

Abstract: An Audi-shaped slotted triple band antenna for wireless application is presented. The antenna has a very compact dimension of only 0.15λ_l×0.26λ_l×0.02λ_l (12×20×1.6mm^3) , at a lower frequency of 3.9 GHz. The antenna shows the resonant behavior at 3.9, 5 and 7.1 GHz with fractional bandwidths of about 7.79% (3.8-3.99 GHz), 4.63% (4.85-5.08 GHz) and 6.88% (6.87-7.36 GHz). Stable radiation pattern, acceptable gain and good impedance matching are observed across the targeted frequencies. The desired antenna can be used for WiMAX (3.9 GHz), WLAN (5 GHz) and X-band (7.1 GHz) applications.

Session 3.2: Signal/Image Processing and ANN

Low Power EMG Front-End For Face Paralysis

Aanchal Jha School of Electronics, Kalinga Institute Of Industrial Technology Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar,India. Ganesh Lakshamana Kumar M School of Electronics, Kalinga Institute Of Industrial Technology Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar,India

Abstract: Facial paralysis patients have a high risk of loosing the vision of eye , so Functional Electrical Simulation(FES) has the potential to solve this problem but people are looking for the low power to minimize the pain and the low power EMG Extraction device is designed here using an inverter.

Inverter based OTA is designed to achieve low power with low voltage supply. This EMG Extractor is designed with UMC 180nm technology consuming 1.5µW with supply of 1V. The amplifier circuit unity gain bandwidth is 2.51189 MHz, gain is 63.427 dB, input referred noise of the circuit @ 270 Hz is 91.5858 nV/sqrt(Hz) and @ 470 Hz is 76.8615 nV/sqrt(Hz) and common mode rejection ratio is 77.847 dB. The preamplifier circuit has a gain of 19.856 dB and noise @270 Hz is 344.07 nV/sqrt(Hz).The power supply rejection ratio of the circuit is 80 dB.

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Programmable Gain is achieved from 0 dB to 23 dB @ 47 Hz to 78 Hz. Here all the circuits are operating at a frequency range of 270 Hz to 470 Hz. Area of the amplifier 61.99µW x 79.78 µW, preamplifier and programmable gain amplifier area is 262.73µW x 423.77µW.

Cartilage Segmentation of Knee Osteoarthritis From Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI)

Revathi S A and Ganga Holi. Revathi S A, Dept. of C S E, R V College of Engineering Bangalore, India revathishendre@gmail.com Dr. Ganga Holi, Dept. of C S E, Global Academy of Technology Bangalore, India gangaholi@gmail.com

Abstract: Human Knee joint is one of the commonly offended components of the human motion system. This paper, presents a segmentation method that segments the cartilage from magnetic resonance (MR) image of knee. We implement two processes of segmentation here one after the other that is the amount of the morphological operations at the final segmentation process. Qualitatively, outcome obtained in this work show fine performance as the method is capable of segmenting cartilage area. The overall performance of developed method was evaluated by comparing obtained results with the manual segmented cartilage.

Enhanced Framework for Sentiment Analysis in Text using Distance based Classification Scheme

Sujay Angadi School of Computing & Information Technology Reva University Bangalore, Karnataka, India sujayangadi90@gmail.com R. Venkata Siva Reddy School of Electronics & Communication Engineering Reva University Bangalore, Karnataka, India rvsiva_reddy@ieee.org

Abstract: Social media platform like blogs, social networks and content communities have become valuable resource for mining the sentiments. In fact, information gained from the social platform like facebook and twitter has been expressed to be more important to industries, market, news, public opinion organization and many more. Sentiment analysis in a text is a procedure in which the polarities like positive and negative of a specified text is determined. In this project we are using twitter comments as the text input. The proposed method consists of two phases called Testing and training phase. For extracting the features, we are using the sentiwordnet. The distance- based classifier is used to classify the features. Finally analyses of the sentiments are done by polarities classified by the distance classifier.

Probabilistic Principal Component Analysis based dimensionality reduction and optimization for arrhythmia classification using ECG signals

Bhagyalakshmi V, Ramchandra V Pujeri and Geeta D V.V.P Institute of Engineering & Technology, Solapur. lakshmianand04@gmail.com M.I.T.C.O.E Pune, REVA University Bangalore.

Abstract: The world is reporting the percentage of the heart diseases at the peak, and the physicians aim at the effective diagnosis steps. Arrhythmia classification is the effective measure that tackles the ill effects of arrhythmia heart disease. This work develops an arrhythmia classification system by employing the Probabilistic Principal Component Analysis (PPCA) model. The features, such as wavelet features, Gabor transform, and Linear Predictive Coding (LPC) features are extracted from the ECG signal, but the extracted features have high dimension, and thus, when employed for training, it increases the complexity. Hence, this work utilizes the PPCA for reducing the dimension of the features, and finally, the reduced features are provided to the classifier, named Genetic-Bat Support Vector Neural Network (GB-SVNN), which is trained using Genetic-Bat (GB) algorithm, for the arrhythmia detection. The experimentation of the proposed PPCA based GB-SVNN is done using the standard dataset and evaluated based on the metrics, such as sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy. The simulation results of the proposed PPCA based GB-SVNN suggest that the technique has better performance with the values of 0.969, 0.994, and 0.97 for accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity respectively.

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Medical Image Denoising Using Synergistic Fibroblast Optimization Based Weighted Median Filter

T.T.Dhivya Prabha, Jayashree G and P Subashini. Department of Computer Science Department of Information Technology* Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women Kumaraguru College of Technology* Coimbatore, India ttdhivyaprabha@gmail.com ganeshkumarjayashree@gmail.com* parthasarathysubashini@gmail.com

Abstract: Image analysis involves processing and extraction of knowledge from images which is significantly useful in the large scale of medical and engineering applications. Image denoising is primarily applied in image analysis for degradation of noise, and thus improves the visual quality of images for information retrieval process. In the recent scenarios, due to the increase of complexity and diversity of digital images, removal of noise present in complicated images using classical filters becomes a quite challenge. The objective of this paper is to investigate the performance efficiency of a newly developed Synergistic Fibroblast Optimization based Weighted Median Filter (SFO-WMF) for medical image analysis. Experiments are carried out with benchmark images, real time Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) images, ultrasound breast cancer images and compared with conventional filters, namely, mean filter, median filter, wiener filter, Gaussian filter and weighted median filter. The performances of filters are validated using standard performance metrics and computational results demonstrated that the novel filter produces promising results and it outperforms than conventional filters in both qualitative and quantitative perspectives.

Session 3.3: Computer Network, IOT and Security

An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Navigation Techniques- A Survey

Sushma Uday Kamat Electronics and Communication Engineering Jain College of Engineering, Belagavi, India sushma.ukamat89@gmail.com Krupa Rasane Electronics and Communication Engineering Jain College of Engineering, Belagavi, India kru_ran@yahoo.com

Abstract: The unmanned aerial vehicles or drones are gaining popularity because of increased demand for less human intervention in the automotive sector. Customer driven markets are encouraging the unmanned vehicles oriented industries to innovate towards the average user level. Despite the improvements in the parameters like cost, user friendliness and technological capabilities people hesitate to work with the unmanned vehicle technology and the major reason for this would be the vehicles behavior in the known and unknown environments, the unavoidable obstacles on the path of travel or the doubt on risk factor associated with the collision avoidance system. So this paper presents the various techniques used in the smooth navigation and collision/obstacle avoidance system over past years.

A Heterogeneous Dynamic Scheduling Minimized Makespan for Energy and Performance Balancing

Saba Fatima, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Viveswaraiah Technological University, Belagavi, India, fatima.saba635@gmail.com V. M. Viswanatha, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, S. L. N. College of Engineering, Raichur, India. vmviswanatha@gmail.com

Abstract: CPU-GPU accelerator based heterogeneous cloud computing systems can give enhanced energy efficiency and performance. Both energy efficiency and performance parameters are the vital factors in achieving High Performance Computing (HPC). To completely understand the strength of heterogeneous cloud computing architectures, software must efficiently use CPU-GPU processing and their power conserving capabilities. Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling (DVFS) technique can be used to enable power conserving capabilities of CPU-GPU core architectures. Therefore, to distribute task load between host CPUs and GPU accelerators and reduce energy consumption, here, we have introduced a Heterogeneous Dynamic Scheduling Minimized Make- span (HDSMM) using CPU-GPU cores for heterogeneous cloud computing devices. Here, DVFS technique is distributed into CPU-DVFS and GPU-DVFS, for efficient resource utilization and to exploit power conserving features. Our proposed HDSMM model presents precise modeling for performance and energy efficiency distribution and finest frequency to achieve either best performance or lowest power consumption. Experimental results verifies the superiority of our proposed HDSMM model in terms of energy consumption, average execution time and average power for scientific benchmark Montage.

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Throughput Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sensing with Hard-decision Fusion over Generalized Kappa-Mu Fading Channel

Suresh Kumar Balam Department of ECE University College of Engineering & Technology, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P, India Email: sureshnit415@gmail.com P. Siddaiah, Member, IEEE Department of ECE University College of Engineering & Technology, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P, India Email: siddaiah p@yahoo.com Srinivas Nallagonda, Member, IEEE Department of ECE M.L.R Institute of Technology and Management (MLRITM), Dundigal Hyderabad, Telangana, India Email: srinivas.nallagonda@gmail.com

Abstract: In this paper, a cooperative spectrum sensing system (CSSS) based on energy detection method and hard-decision fusion is proposed. The performance through complementary receiver operating characteristics (CROC), total error rate (TER), and throughput is analytically investigated under the influence of noise and generalized kappa-mu fading. More precisely, each cognitive radio (CR) senses the PU through erroneous sensing (S) channels and reports the sensing information in the form of binary-decision obtained sing energy detector (ED) to fusion centre (FC) through erroneous reporting (R) channels. Next, the hard-decision is performed at FC to obtain a global decision on the status (active or inactive) of the PU. Towards that, we derive novel-analytic expression of detection probability subject to noise and kappa-mu fading is derived. The analytical frame works based on derived expression for evaluating TER and throughput performance for any network and channel conditions are developed. Further, the CSSS performance for different network parameters such as channel error probability, time-bandwidth product, signal to noise ratio (SNR), number of CRs, detection threshold under various fusion rules is investigated. Finally, an optimal detection threshold, an optimal number of CRs, and maximum threshold for several network parameters subject fusion rule is also determined.

ACO and CLD Techniques in MANETs to Design Adaptable Protocols

Sadanand Inamdar, Reseach Centre, Dept. of CSE, SIT, Tumakuru, Karnataka, India Sathish Babu B. Dept. of CSE, R. V. College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Ravi Yadahalli. Dept of ECE, SGBIT, Belagavi, Karnataka, India,

inamdars09@gmail.com

Abstract: Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) envisioned as battlefield application of wireless networks build cooperation in a multi-hop fashion between limited powered mobile nodes to prove inter-communication with one another. In self-configuring and self-organizing nature MANETs, designing adaptive protocols is a great challenge. Remarkably flexible natured bio-inspired algorithms and new design approach of cross layer interactions meet the needs of adaptability in MANET’s protocols. The adaptable protocol’s performance depends on accuracy of calculation and acquisition of network conditions. This paper proposes ant based technique to estimate the network conditions. Cross layer interactions enable optimization in end-to-end delay using network conditions like node density and traffic intensity parameters. Simulation study shows that adaptive management of protocols in MANETs has improved performance even at high data transmission rates, and for larger number of nodes.

Performance Evaluation of TCP using AQM Schemes for Congestion Control

Shashidhara Vyakaranal and Jayalaxmi Naragund. School of Computer Science and Engineering KLE Technological University Hubballi, India shashidhara1994@gmail.com, jaya_gn@bvb.edu

Abstract: Internet is considered as the worldwide system of many computer and their networks which are linked together by wired or wireless networks. Network is based on Internet Protocol Suite which has a model known as TCP/IP and a set of protocols. Model consists of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP) as major protocols at transport and network layer respectively. TCP deals with end to end transmission and reassembly of packets. It also focuses on reliable and orderly transmission of packets. There are many TCP variants are used in communication, such as Reno, Bic, and Vegas. TCP poses many issues like end to end delay, connection management between source starting and receiver’s end point and congestion in network. Congestion being one of the important issues affects the Quality of Service of network and reduces overall network performance because of buffering of data in queue. Different Queue management algorithms which handle congestion are RED, FIFO Fast, CoDel. These algorithms efficiently drop the packets when the buffers gets full or when it is near to full based on packet drop signal or other mechanisms. The proposed work considers the study of different TCP and AQM variants for effective congestion control. Comparative study is conducted by considering selected TCP variant along with different AQM techniques. It reveals that TCP Bic along with FIFO fast provides less latency, high throughput and minimum packet drops. Paper discusses about the importance of the right choice of TCP and AQM variant and parameters needed for the network and results have been obtained by practical setup using netperf traffic generator.

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Session 3.4: Computational Intelligence and VLSI

Low Complexity Multi-Mode Transmultiplexer

Poornima Mohan, Devi S Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, India

Abstract: A transmultiplexer (TMUX) is a system which allow various users to share a common channel. A TMUX system capable of handling users belonging to different communication standards is called as a multi- mode TMUX. A method for implementation of such a TMUX of variable nature using fixed minimum hardware units is presented in this paper. The hardware reduction is achieved in two ways. First is by implementing variable bandwidth filters in the filter bank of TMUX using fixed filters and the other is by representing the filter coefficients in canonic signed digit (CSD) representation. The CSD representation is obtained by rounding the maximum precision coefficients to the finite precision coefficients with a limited number of signed power of two terms.

Performance of Power Converters for Ultra Low Power Systems: A Review

Anna Merine George Electronics & Communication Engineering, REVA University Bengaluru, India anna_thanku@yahoo.com S.Y Kulkarni Electronics & Communication Engineering, REVA Universi