Every elucidation for today’s quandary has been achieved in an easier prospect, with due respect to the experience gained by a normal man. The engineers too look out for the better way in the development cycle of software apart from its traditional approach. Software, being implemented in almost every machine, is in the urge of being developed with many improvisation techniques but obeying the time and cost constrains. Adding to the available simplifications methodologies in the development phases, the proposed Intelligent risk analysis model (IRAM) would abridge the limitations of an object oriented program developed for a new software product showing betterments in time and budget needed. An object oriented program would comprise of individual and exclusive objects with indicated functionalities. Recognizing the usage of the objects in the existing programs would eliminate the necessity of a new coding, thus the component could be reused if it cannot be designated any better. This methodology does a primary verification whether there are any components which match with the stated requirements in the database of programs (E.g. C++, Java, Perl and Python). Based on the analysis of the matched component, it is categorized into Exact Match (EM), Partial Match (PM) or the Rejected match (RM) which denotes its chances of applicability into the new product. This analysis of the correspondence in the reused object depends on the defined four parameters tuple namely Expected Language (EL), Module Description (MD), Argument Description (AD) and the Usage Threshold (UT). The component that matches exactly EM can be directly incorporated into the new software product whereas if the component falls into the other category PM then it is subjected to additional tests, Rank(R) is allotted, Intelligent Report is prepared and measures for its updating as an EM are taken. The RM component is eliminated from the list of possible outcomes at once.
Ethylene Glycol (EG) is one of toxic and hazardous materials that was used in many industries such as; synthetic fibers, films, antifreeze, resins, explosives, fibers, paper, leather, protective coatings, printing inks and textile. Many environmental problems such as: negative effects on aquatic life, destruction of aquatic ecosystems, soil pollution, reducing the oxygen level in the water absorption through skin contact, brain damages, damage to the Central Nervous System (CNS) and joints, eye damage, toxicity, etc., have been reported related with EG. In this study, ozone as an advanced oxidation method was used for the treatment of EG containing wastewaters. For this purpose, the impact of contact time and pH variations on EG removal by ozonation at two level including low and high concentration (low= 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and high=500, 750, 1000, 1500 mg/L) were examined. An EG removal kinetic analysis was determined based on removal rates via several ozonation times. At concentrations of 10, 20 and 50 mg/L after 180 minutes, removal of EG were achieved 93.31, 89.96, and 85.01 % respectively. Increasing pH has a direct impact on system efficiency and maximum efficiency corresponds to a concentration of 1500 mg/L 20.26 % was observed. Very good correlation coefficients at this kinetic study at all concentrations, investigated that EG removal will follow the first-order kinetics. Increasing and decreasing pH has a dramatic effect on the efficiency of the system, so that the efficiency increases significantly at alkaline pH. According to the results ozone system can be an excellent option for EG containing wastewater treatment.
The potential ignition that intrigues most researchers about the Riemann zeta hypothesis is the ability to employ different approaches with intuitive mindset to some very interesting results. Motivated by their style of reasoning, we obtain in this work some refinements of Riemann zeta function in different forms by employing different techniques on two functional equations. Our results are better, simpler and concise new representations of Riemann zeta function, thus extending the recent results of Enoch (2012) which itself is a generalization of many other result in this area.
company and its environment. The Cloud Computing is the major support provider for data centre in modern multi-tenant requirements. The development in the data management forces us to support the data centres for efficient and effective handling of data under modern connectivity infrastructure environment. The developments in cloud computing paradigm confirm the need of faster and efficient performance evaluation facilities for Data centres and its management. \nThe data centre should need enough resources such as storage capacity, managing software(s), additional capabilities such as optimization of storage, user requests. In a multi-tenant platform it demands rules and facilities on how we manage our data centre with operational management tasks. The advanced modeling of data does not feasible due to nature of data centre components such as different types of cloud servers, diversity of user requests, feasible storage capabilities in a multi-tenant province.\nWe proposed a new mechanism to overcome these performance problems and to aim for optimize their performance; we can achieve this goal with help of queuing theory which directly deals the performance and its issues and gives solutions.\nIn this paper, we proposed model called Multi-tenant Queue model focusing on the major performance metrics such as Transaction workload, internal response time, and effective utilization of resources. Calculation of Workload trace, on demand resource serving with no waiting time, a priori reserve of the resources in advance, no. of users as metrics considered for data performance under data centre. \nThe performance measurements are facilitated with Automated Workload Reports (AWRs) with flow graphs under Oracle Performance and tuning makes use ADDT for optimization data storage and retrievals for data centers to provide a breed of computers (micro data centre) powered by a smart cloud intelligent systems.
The purpose of this paper is to adapt Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), which is one of the models for adopting technological products, into technological product purchase behavior of consumer, and to test the moderator effects of technology readiness, the direct effects of which were examined in the previous studies, through the model. In order to test the relations included in the model Hierarchical Regression Test were conducted. As a result, the moderator effects showed that as the consumers’ insecurity towards a technological product and their discomfort in using the product increase, the effect of brand credibility on both perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use decreases.
The objective of this paper was to explore the relationship among conflict management, personality types and emotions. Conflict management is one of the key behaviors of an organization. Since it is investigated that everyone has a unique personality, so possibly to handle a conflict-based situation would also differ. The other main feature identified in this study was emotions. The current study aims to identify the relationship of personality and emotions with conflict-management patterns within hoteliers in Pakistan. Thus the present study carries the selection of two independent variables personality types specifically type A and emotions in relation with conflict management being the dependant variable. The sample of research consisted of fifteen major hotels in Pakistan comprising 290 employees as total. To fulfill the research purpose, Self-report structured and referenced questionnaires were used to assess the research variables. When personality types and conflict management was assessed, significant interaction was found. Emotions were found to have both positive and negative effect on conflict management. A series of regression analyses as well as correlation analysis were carried out in the research. A range of different approaches to explore these issues such as how different personality types are related with conflict management and how emotions (either positive or negative) play their important role in handling conflicts are discussed. Furthermore, limitations and recommendations are also being discussed that influence the relationship of conflict management, personality types and emotions of hoteliers differently.
Samanian made a wasting state for governing the samanian territory and professional administrators by a mixture of official customs of samani era and Islamic regulations could set up a well official system which in a short time could reach to promotions. The aim of present study is analyzing one the most important governing systems in Iran it means Samanian era. This article is made of library system and by providing fishes from the sources.