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The scarcity of the servers to cater to the demands of the traffic is one of the most important tasks of load balancing (LB). The increasing number of users at the same point of time does not provide enough room for all users. To provide a solution to this problem, the servers formulate a queue where the users are buffered for a period of time before they get connected to the further servers. If the requests are extremely high, then the load balancer completely aborts the process for every user....

Application of Taguchi Method for Optimization of Various Factors in Improving the Shear Modulus of Enzyme Treated Soil

In this study, the effect of dosage of enzyme (50 to 400 ml/m3), curing period (7 to 28 days) and cyclic triaxial loading test parameters such as confining pressure (50 to 200 kPa), loading frequency (0.25 to 1 Hz) and loading rate (0.3 to 0.9%) on the shear modulus of enzyme stabilized soil is investigated. Taguchi method has been applied to the cyclic triaxial tests, and L16 orthogonal array with five factors and four levels was selected. Analysis of variance was carried out to study the signi...

Prakash and Mishra (J Opt Soc Am B 33(7):1552, 2016) proposed the quantum model of a ‘beam splitter with second-order nonlinearity (BSSN)’ and showed that non-classical features such as squeezing and ‘sub-Poissonian photon statistics’ of optical fields can be generated by injecting coherent light beams at their inputs. We will explore the possibilities of generation of higher-order sub-Poissonian light by using BSSN in the present paper.

Correlation and Path Analysis for Yield and Yield-Related Traits of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) in Karnataka

Correlation and path analyses study on total tuber yield and yield attributing traits of nine CIP advance potato genotypes revealed that total tuber yield per plot had highly significant and positive association with marketable yield per plot, number of tubers per plant, dry matter and number of stems at 60 DAP both at genotypic and phenotypic level indicating the possibility of simultaneous selection for these traits to improve the tuber yield. It revealed that numbers of tubers per plant, mark...

The present investigation was undertaken to assess the hybridity of experimental F1 plants derived from the crossing of salinity and/or submergence tolerant landraces with the high-yielding popular varieties of the west coast region of India. Seven microsatellite markers were utilized for confirming the hybridity of the 16 F1 plants developed from four cross combinations, viz. Karjat-3 X KS-19-2 (Cross 1), Goa dhan-3 X Jaddubatta (Cross 2), Jaya X KS-19-2 (Cross 3) and Karjat-3 X Jaddubatta (Cro...

Our knowledge on the circadian phenomenon in Jatropha curcas is limited. Therefore, we studied the activity of nitrate reductase (NR) in leaves of J. curcas under light and dark cycles (LD 12:12), continuous light (LL) and constant darkness (DD). We observed a statistically significant circadian rhythm in NR activity in LD. Unlike in DD, the circadian oscillation in NR activity persisted in continuous light, irrespective of different light intensities (LL 2 lx and 15 lx). The peak activity of NR...

Transgenic technology has resulted in the development of various genetically modified (GM) plants for the improvement in several agronomic traits. Some of the very famous examples of genetically modified plants or transgenic plants are Bt transgenics like Bt cotton and Bt brinjal for insect and pest tolerance, Flavr Savr tomatoes for delayed ripening, golden rice for enhanced vitamin A content. The possibilities of genetically modified crops are immense. Global human population is increasing tre...

In this letter, a planar integration using the deep trench isolation (DTI) technique is proposed to suppress the inter-well parasites in smart power integrated circuits implemented in 0.35 µm BiCMOS technology. In this technology, all devices share the same epitaxial layer. This can lead to a punch-through between power devices as well as between power and low-voltage CMOS devices. A DTI scheme is used to suppress the effect of the parasitic BJT by using a P+ retardation implant region under the...

Set pair analysis (SPA) is an updated uncertainty theory to study both certainty and uncertainty as one certain–uncertain system. The main principal of SPA is to analyze the feature and construct a connection degree to them. To address it, this paper presents some generalized operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on connection numbers along with their properties. Finally, discussion on drawbacks of existing operations is introduced to show the practical and theor...

Transiso graph \(\varGamma _d(G)\) is a graph defined for a finite group G and a divisor d of the order of G. Subgroups of G are vertices of \(\varGamma _d(G)\) and two subgroups are said to be connected by an edge if they have a pair of isomorphic normalized right transversals. A group G is called a t-group if graph \(\varGamma _d(G)\) is a complete graph for each divisor d of |G|. Completeness of transiso graphs for some groups like abelian groups, p-groups of order up to \(p^5\) where p is an...

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