Latest Articles - Volume 8 No. 1

  • Various Techniques of DDoS Attacks Detection & Prevention at Cloud: A Survey

    Introduction Cloud Computing is an evolving paradigm that is growing rapidly and is a modern model that is intended to provide suitable, on-demand, network access to a common group of configurable computing resources “as a service” on the Internet for fulfilling computing demands of the users. Services on the Cloud

    Dalima Parwani1, Amit Dutta2, Piyush Kumar Shukla3, Meenu Tahiliyani1

  • New Era of Effective Web Designing Technology Using HTML 5

    Introcution Basically the HTML is standard markup language. It was developed for the designing a web page. In January 1997, HTML 3.2 was published as a W3C Recommendation. It was the first version developed and standardized exclusively by the W3C[1]. The HTML 4.0 was release in mid of 1998 and

    Ashish P. Joshi1, Chetan  R. Dudhagara2, Hasamukh B. Patel2 

  • A Robust DCT Based Digital Image Watermarking Using Fusion of Computational Intelligence Techniques

    Introduction In this world of digital, we can easily share pictures, video and text through the Internet which become most used resource. Due to the increased availability of digital data the transmission of multimedia data became daily routine nowadays. Therefore there is a pressing need to manage and protect the

    Monika Patel*, Priti Srinivas Sajja

     

  • Computational Approach in Complex Structure Prediction for Drug Design Activity

    Introcution In drug design activities, computational methods are used to predict how a particular compound interact with a given protein target. They can be used to assist in building hypotheses about desirable chemical properties when designing the drug and they can be used to refine and modify drug candidates. Computational

    Chetan  R. Dudhagara1, Ashish P. Joshi2, Mayur M. Patel1

  • Traceability of Implementation to Design and Requirements Specifications: A Formal Technical Review Method (Reverse Engineering Tool)

    Introduction A technical review (TR) is the most effective filter from a quality control standpoint. Conducted by software engineers (and others) for software engineers, the TR (Technical Review) is an effective means for uncovering errors and improving software quality. [1] Formal techniques are not necessarily mathematical specification languages, but can

    Rashmi Yadav*, Ravindra Patel and Abhay Kothari