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IJIRTM: Volume-7, Issue-2, 2023

Paper Title : Quality of Services for Reactive Routing Protocol in Mobile Ad-hoc Network: Survey and Discussion
Author Name : Virendra Kumar, Dr.Bhagwat Kakde
Keywords : Mobile Ad-hoc network, Wireless sensor network, Cognitive radio network, Performance parameter, Quality of services.
Abstract :

Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is assumed an encouraging technology that constructs interim network connectivity without the aid of any prior architecture which is required during abnormal circumstances or in provisional events such as in emergencies, crisis conditions, and military conflicts. Source routing in MANET is challenged by arbitrary and random node mobility that triggers a lot of route discoveries due to frequent link breakages. This generates a massive number of Route Request (RREQ) packets resulting from the flooding procedure. The flooding procedure is used in the route discovery process and produces a storm of the broadcast, leading to an increase in packet loss and control overhead. In this work we study and evaluate the quality of services parameters for different routing protocol.

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Paper Title : Breast Cancer Diagnosis using Supervised Machine Learning Classification Techniques: Survey & Discussion
Author Name : Neelesh Gour, Dr.Neelesh Jain, Prof.Prateek Singhal
Keywords : Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Cancer Diagnosis, World health organization, Classification techniques.
Abstract :

Early detection of the disease has become an important issue in the medical field due to the increasing population of the world. With the rapid growth of the population, the risk of dying from cancer is progressive each day. "Cancer" is a scary disease for most people. But in women, "breast cancer" can be even more frightening, because it is directly related to the woman's body. However, men can also get breast cancer, but men are much less likely to get the disease than women. In this paper we present the different techniques used for breast cancer diagnosis using machine learning.

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Paper Title : A Review of the Experimental Results of the Performance of a Single Slope-Solar Still Desalination System Employing Nanofluids
Author Name : Ayush Jain, Vivek Singh
Keywords : Solar still, nanofluids, potable water, glass, thermocol.
Abstract :

Even though more than two-thirds of the planet is covered in water and the remaining third is made up of land, the number of people who have access to potable water is constantly shrinking. The majority of human illnesses are brought on by contaminated or unpurified water. Nowadays, due to pollution brought on by human activity, every country is struggling with a severe water shortage. A basic need for all humans on this planet is the ability to drink water that is reliable and of acceptable quality. The amount of fresh water that can be retrieved from rivers, lakes, and ponds is diminishing as a result of industrialization and population development. Because it is economical and environmentally benign, solar-powered water purification is gaining popularity. A common water purification device that uses no energy for water distillation is a solar still. A cheap way to make drinking water from brackish or poor-quality underground water is through solar distillation. This strategy might help with the world's water shortage problems. According to a peer-reviewed study, uniform dispersion of nanoparticles in the base fluid increases the solar still's productivity and efficiency while also improving solar absorption. A complete overview of the most recent advancements in the usage of nanofluid in various types of solar stills is provided by this in-depth analysis of the literature. Variable water depth and a proposed concentration of nanofluid are used to measure performance.

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