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1 Mar 15, 2021
DETECTION OF CREDIBILITY OF ONLINE MEDIA POSTS USING DEEP NEURAL NET-WORK

Nowadays, the Internet and social media have become one of the primary medium to share the information. Every day, we come across hundreds of online media posts and blogs. This paper shows an approach to detect the credibil-ity of the posts and the sources of the post over online me-dia. In this letter, we have performed posts detection meth-od based on one of the artificial intelligence algorithms – Deep Neural Network. While there exist different other mechanisms for the similar work, we have obtained that the proposed method, for this given large labeled news dataset, works better....

Authors: Ravi Ranjan Mallik.

2 Mar 15, 2021
A GENERALIZED DIGITAL DATABASE TEXT COMPRESSION SCHEME COMPARED WITH ASCII

In this paper we investigate that for experimental result shows the proposed scheme provides significant improvement in compression efficiencies. The main proposal of this paper is to reduce the memory space and the transmission time. We will also produce an experimental result which shows that our technique achieves good compression ratios. Reduction of compression ratio collection of large amount of data in almost all application is very important. In today’s era without computer application one can never thinks of database. Whenever database comes compression plays very important role. Application may be stock exchange, banking, reservations in almost every field compression becomes primary things. With the help of compression one can make very big data in very less memory space. Disc input and output performance has bottleneck for very large databases. Database compression can be used to reduce disk input output bandwidth requirements for very big amount of data transfers. The authors explores and propose techniques managing the compressed database such that standard operations like retrievals, inserts, deletes and modifications are supported....

Authors: Sushil Kumar , Dr Anoop Kumar Chaturvedi.

3 Mar 15, 2021
NETWORK CONGESTION DETECTION AND PREVENTION USING DEPENDENCY MEASURE IN DTN

Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) supports the concepts of uni-casting and multicasting both but the multicasting approach is better and advanced than the unicasting approach while group communication needed. The network is dynamic and the sender first creates the bundle of same messages for different destination nodes in network. Multicast senders should be aware of their multicast recipients ahead of time. In ad hoc based delay tolerant (DTN) communication whiles multiple node use bundle-based communication which increases the network congestion so in proposed approach fuzzy logic concept is helpful for detecting the congestion in network. The congestion status information actually shows the status of network. In fuzzy logic approach measures the channel capacity, buffer space and delay and decides the level of congestion i.e. acceptable or not. The status of congestion divided into more than one level or set the different threshold for different level of congestion. When transferring data in a DTN, it is standard practice to utilize a store and forward technique. In addition, a node can store and transfer data from its own buffer, and this data can be sent to other nodes as they become available. A network node can register itself with any receiver group by specifying the destination for the group to which it wishes to be registered. These researches demonstrate that upgrading the group communication mechanism of the ODMRP protocol may significantly improve the routing performance of the protocol. In this technique, the number of participants for group communication in the DTN network is taken into consideration. The proposed NCDP performance is compared to the performance of the CASPeR. The proposed protocol's performance increases the storing and forwarding capabilities of mobile nodes, as well as the capacity to communicate in a bundled manner to many destinations. The simulation results demonstrate that the performance of the proposed multicast routing scheme is assessed using performance measures such as latency, overhead, and throughput, among others. ...

Authors: Deepak Singh Tomar, Dr. Megha Kamble.

4 Mar 15, 2021
NETWORK CONGESTION DETECTION AND PREVENTION USING DEPENDENCY MEASURE IN DTN

Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) supports the concepts of uni-casting and multicasting both but the multicasting approach is better and advanced than the unicasting approach while group communication needed. The network is dynamic and the sender first creates the bundle of same messages for different destination nodes in network. Multicast senders should be aware of their multicast recipients ahead of time. In ad hoc based delay tolerant (DTN) communication whiles multiple node use bundle-based communication which increases the network congestion so in proposed approach fuzzy logic concept is helpful for detecting the congestion in network. The congestion status information actually shows the status of network. In fuzzy logic approach measures the channel capacity, buffer space and delay and decides the level of congestion i.e. acceptable or not. The status of congestion divided into more than one level or set the different threshold for different level of congestion. When transferring data in a DTN, it is standard practice to utilize a store and forward technique. In addition, a node can store and transfer data from its own buffer, and this data can be sent to other nodes as they become available. A network node can register itself with any receiver group by specifying the destination for the group to which it wishes to be registered. These researches demonstrate that upgrading the group communication mechanism of the ODMRP protocol may significantly improve the routing performance of the protocol. In this technique, the number of participants for group communication in the DTN network is taken into consideration. The proposed NCDP performance is compared to the performance of the CASPeR. The proposed protocol's performance increases the storing and forwarding capabilities of mobile nodes, as well as the capacity to communicate in a bundled manner to many destinations. The simulation results demonstrate that the performance of the proposed multicast routing scheme is assessed using performance measures such as latency, overhead, and throughput, among others. ...

Authors: Deepak Singh Tomar, Dr. Megha Kamble.

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