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Volume1 Issue4 May 2014 Edition

  

AN EFFICIENT RARE INTERESTING ITEM SET MINING USING MODIFIED MCCFP-GROWTH
PATEL RINA N., PROF. KHUSHBOO TRIVEDI
pp 87-91
Abstract: Rare association rule is an association rule consisting of rare items. It is difficult to mine rare association rules with a single minimum support constraint because low minsup can result in generating too many rules in which some of them are uninteresting. In this paper ‘maximum constraint model’ which uses multiple minsup constraint has been proposed and extended to Apriori approach for mining frequent patterns. This model is efficient ,the Apriori-like approach raises performance problems. FP-growth like approach utilizes the prior knowledge provided by the user at the time of input and also discovers frequent patterns with good performance. The MCCFP-Growth approach which takes so much time during inserting Interesting and Non-Interesting Items. Hence, we propose Modified MCCFP-Growth will take less time because of only insering Rare Interesting item with the Support Value is less than to its MSI Value.The Experimental result shows the processing time for overall process will be decreased and system will become efficient without affecting the number of rules generated.In future,there is improvement in Modified MCCFP-Growth in terms of Memory.
A SURVEY ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY BY MINIMIZING POWER CONSUMPTION
SAMEER YADAV, PALLAVI BONDRIYA
pp 92-96
Abstract: With the advancement in technology vast amount of data is being accessed and transferred with high speed over the wireless network. Communication through mobile phones is increasing day by day so the energy efficient communication is being given higher priority where with limited resource it can be carried out successfully. In this paper we will discuss about few methods and systems which has helped a lot in improving energy efficiency with less power consumption. Techniques such as multiple-input, multiple output (MIMO),Orthogonal frequency division (OFDM),Network coding ,transmission and resources allocation for signaling have discussed and some of the point necessary for energy efficiency are also identified for future research.
PROTOTYPICAL ASSESSMENT OF PIM-DM, DVMRP, CTR AND BST MULTICASTING MODES
SHALU SRAW, GURPREET SINGH
pp 97-102
Abstract: The paper contrast a Multicasting network using PIM-DM (Protocol Independent Multicast – Dense Mode), DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol), CTR (Centralized Tree) and BST (Bi-Directional Shared Tree) protocols using NS2. The networking topology is well analyzed to record number of packets send, average throughput, average delay, average jitter, and average path. The simulation results mark that BST is better in terms of packet sent as compare to others and hence has high throughput value. It is also good in terms of average path that is it covers less number of hops. But when talking about average jitter and average delay it is not considered good, in these two cases CTR works well.
A STUDY OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A STIMULATED FLAME RETARDANT-4 BASED MICROWAVE PHOTONIC BAND STOP FILTER
POOJA SAHOO, P.K.SINGHAL
pp 103-105
Abstract: In this article, we explore the design, computation, and simulated analysis of photonic Filter, with a special emphasis on structures with Flame Retardant-4 substrate that make a connection with practically realizable systems. We analyze the periodic dielectric structures that have a band gap for propagation. The Photonic band gap of periodically loaded air column on a dielectric substrate is simulated using CST. For microstrip lines PBG structures offered a wide stop band and the design equations presented can precisely predict the bandwidth and the stop band Centre frequency.