List of Journals    /    Call For Papers    /    Subscriptions        
 
 
 
 
 
 
ABOUT IJOAR
 About IJOAR
 IJOAR Journals Objectives
 List of Journals
 CALL FOR PAPERS
 Call For Papers CFP
 Special Issue CFP
AUTHOR GUIDELINES
 Submission Guidelines
 Peer Review Process
 Plagiarism Policies
 Abstracting & Indexing
 Open Access Policy
 Submit Manuscript
 FOR REVIEWERS
 Reviewer Guidelines
 FOR REGISTRATION
 Registration Process
 Online (via Paypal)
 Wire Transfer Process
 Direct Bank Transfer
 DOWNLOAD SECTION
 Manuscript Template
 Copyright Form
 Registration Form
  SERVICES
 Conference Sponsership Program (CSP)
 Abstracting & Indexing
 CURRENT ISSUES
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 Volume 1, Issue 1, Jan 2013
 
 

Volume 1, Issue 1, January 2013


International Journal of Advance Research (IJOAR)
 
 

Optimization of Gnutella Protocol[ ]


The technology of peer to peer has improved the download mechanism in high rate. The total number of nodes keeps increasing in the network with improvement in the peer to peer protocol. In this discussion we observe the operation of Gnutella protocol and the optimization of its descriptor ping pong message passing mechanism. This also focuses on the scalability of the mechanism. Security issues are also considered with few statistics reflecting on the future changes.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Evidence Collection & Detection Of Footwear Impression[ ]


Impressions of footwear are usually found in crime scenes. the standard and wide variability of those impressions makes their analysis is extremely tough. This analysis can develop new process ways to help the rhetorical footwear examiner within the U.S. during this analysis work involves developing a info of representative footwear print pictures in order that acceptable algorithms may be developed and their error rates may be determined. Algorithms for characteristic special options such as wear marks and embedded pebbles will be developed. Matching algorithms to be developed will be for both the tasks of verification, wherever the goal is to work out whether or not the footwear evidence is from a particular suspect’s shoe, or that of identification, wherever the goal is to work out the brand of the shoe from a acknowledged set of brands. In every case a quantitative measure of the result of matching will be provided. In the identification mode, the tools will allow the narrowing down of prospects in an exceedingly information of noted prints. Another goal here is to assist the U.S. footwear examiner homicides and get assaults wherever there aren't any noted prints to match. For the purpose a classification tool is to be developed, wherever the target is to generate from the evidence a collection of characteristics, e.g., gender, shape, texture, size and brand. This work will be extended by following guidelines of SWGTREAD and in shut consultation with forensic footwear and/or tire tread examiners.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sorption of Chromate by Surfactant Modified Willhendersonite[ ]


A new sorbent, ordered mesoporous surfactant modified Willhendersonite, was prepared and applied for the sorption of chromate from water. The sorbent showed higher efficiency for the sorption of Cr(VI). The maximum uptake at pH 7.0 was 80mg g-1 for Cr(VI). The behaviour of Cr(VI) sorption onto surfactant modified Willhendersonite was investigated by sorption isotherms, sorption kinetics and the effect of pH on sorption. The sorption equilibrium of chromate was rapid, with 90% sorption in 7 hours. The surfactant modified willhendersonite was characterized by using FTIR, XRD, TEM, SEM, DTA/TGA and E-DAX techniques.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Major Histocompatibility Complex[ ]


Major histocompatibility complex which are a group of diversified genes present on single chromosome that aid controlling immunological responses of individuals and mediate rejection of tissue between genetically different individuals. HLA are human MHC antigens that were first detected on leukocytes.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Banking Framework: The Case Of The Islamic Banks[ ]


Risk and liquidity management are not only an important aspect in Islamic banking but a big issue in all banks whether Islamic or not. Risk management practices and processes are irrespective of religion, colour, or country. The Islamic banking has introduced innovations in the banking sector where transactions must pass through owning real physical assets. Islamic banks are growing rapidly and have developed their own techniques for management o these issue, which are elaborated in this paper. The following paper focuses on the use of profit-sharing modes , nature of risks face by Islamic banks, and clarify the risks, and management of risk and liquidity.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Analyzing Land Use Change In Urban Environments[ ]


The following land use change, understanding what is land use change, modeling of land use change, and impacts of land use change.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
     
  Untitled Document
 
 
Copyrights & Usage: Articles published by IJOAR Journals are Open Access. Permission to copy and distribute any other content, ../../images, animation and other parts of this website is prohibited. IJOAR Journals has the rights to take action against individual/group if they are found victim of copying these parts of the website.