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Vol. 5 Issue 10

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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 5 Issue 10      Submission Start Date: Oct 01, 2018      Acceptence Notification Start: Oct 10, 2018      Submission End: Oct 15, 2018      Final MenuScript Due: Oct 30, 2018      Publication Date: Nov 01, 2018




Volume IV Issue IX

Author Name
Sunoj B S, Mathew Varkey T K
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 9
Abstract
Cubic difference prime labeling of a graph is the labeling of the vertices with {0,1,2-----,p-1} and the edges with absolute difference of the cubes of the labels of the incident vertices. The greatest common incidence number of a vertex (gcin) of degree greater than one is defined as the greatest common divisor of the labels of the incident edges. If the gcin of each vertex of degree greater than one is one, then the graph admits cubic difference prime labeling. Here we identify some snake graphs for cubic difference prime labeling.
PaperID
2017/IJTRM/9/2017/9174

Author Name
S.Tharani, Saleem Ahmed
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 9
Abstract
Agriculture plays a vital role in India’s economy. Over 58 per cent of the rural households depend on agriculture as their principal means of livelihood. Agriculture, along with fisheries and forestry, is one of the largest contributors to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). As per the 2nd advised estimates by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the share of agriculture and allied sectors (including agriculture, livestock, forestry and fishery) is expected to be 17.3 per cent of the Gross Value Added (GVA) during 2016-17 at 2011-12 prices. Though, implementation of GST is going to benefit a lot, the farmers/distributors in the long run as there will a single unified national agriculture market. GST would certify that farmers in India, who contribute the most to GDP, will be able to sell their produce for the best available price. Overall, it seems, from the inputs side, that the cost of cultivation for farmers may increase marginally, which in turn may put mild pressure on agri-prices.
PaperID
2017/IJTRM/9/2017/9175

Author Name
M. Supriya
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 9
Abstract
With the unstable emergence of vertical search domains, applying the broad-based ranking model in a straight line to different domains is not any more desirable owed to domain differences, whereas building a unique ranking model for each domain is mutually laborious for labeling data and an extremely time consuming process for training models. In this article, we can begin these difficulties by proposing a regularization-based algorithm called ranking adaptation-SVM (RA-SVM), from the beginning to end we can also get used to an existing ranking model to a new domain, so that the amount of labeled data and the training cost is minimized, even though the performance is still certain. Our algorithm only requires the forecast from the existing ranking models, rather than their internal representations or the data from auxiliary domains.
PaperID
2017/IJTRM/9/2017/9181

Author Name
Dr. Ramnik Kaur
Year Of Publication
2017
Volume and Issue
Volume 4 Issue 9
Abstract
E-governance has moved beyond government departments by just having a portal. It is no longer confined to merely streamlining and automating processes, it is about transforming the way governments work and reinventing people’s participation in the democratic process. Aimed at creating a digitally converged society, the Digital India program provides the greatest opportunity that we have ever had to make rapid and solid advances in social and economic development. Digital India focuses on transforming India into a digitally empowered society and a knowledge economy, thus, impacting all facets, especially of citizen, through the adoption of technology in key sectors including financial services, healthcare, agriculture, energy, infrastructure and education. This paper discusses the impact of digital India on the citizens along with 2 case studies which are being adopted through its usage and unleashing towards prosperity.
PaperID
2017/IJTRM/9/2017/9187