Research on Image Recognition and Mathematical Modeling Method for Moving Stick
Zhengli Ke and Hai Wang
School of Mechanical Engineering, Dalian Maritime University, Dalian, China
Page No: 1-9
Abstract: The requirement and the status of the detection of the moving stick are introduced, and the Hough transform and the canny gradient are introduced to identify the movement of the object in the scene. By extracting the Canny gradient of the moving object, the Hough line detection is performed on the gradient image, and then the object is identified as a stick object. It can detect and alarm the stick like object in simple scene, so as to make sure the risk level of the sudden incident before we get to field. Finally, the feasibility of the algorithm is verified by simulation.
Keywords: motion detection, mathematical modeling, moving stick.
Research of Iron and Steel Industrial Waste Based on Internet of Things
Wiyaaryla D Kavoka and M. Semnithyl Kanarigy
School of Environmental Science, Tamil University, Thanjavur, India
Page No: 10-22
Abstract: India is at present producing nearly 8.4 million tons of saleable finished steel per year. India is exporting steel products to the tune of nearly on tones. With the liberalization of import tariff on finished steel items the Indian steel manufacturers are able to cut down the cost of production and is competing in the world market. Private industrialists are ready to invest new steel projects. This paper reviews current knowledge of waste management through bioremediation in Indian Steel Industry, approaches to environmental improvement and examines various options to environmental management plan keeping in view of the importance of sustainable endurance of environment and other natural resources. Iron and steel industry which comprises, mining of ores, preparation of raw materials, agglomeration of fines in sinter plant, feeding of burden to blast furnace, manufacturing of coke in coke ovens, conversion of pig iron to steel, making and shaping of steel goods, granulation of slag for its use in cement plant, recovery of chemicals from Benzyl and tar products etc. etc. All the above mentioned operations add to air, water, land and noise pollution.
Keywords: Iron Industry, Waste Management, Internet of Things
Study on Operation Mechanism of E-business in Modern Project Management
School of Management Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China
Page No: 23-29
Abstract: With the rapid development of national economic construction, e-business has gradually improved in China. And the enormous population, gradually increased net-users, improved e-business technologies and government assistance have offered a great foundation to e-business. Consequently, the electronic payment methods, as a new system of payment, have developed together. These new methods of payment which attract most of consumers online for their convenience, simplicity and quickness, give a positive effect to the development of e-business. Meanwhile, e-wallet, as one of the new e-payment methods used in e-business buying small commodities or spending a little, has enjoyed popularity among the consumers online. However, e-wallet has lots of problems which lead to narrow application in China in its practical use. Under this circumstance, the paper systematically explains the psychology of consumers online in e-business and puts forward the problems in the whole process of e-wallet. Then, the paper finds out the effective solutions to these obstacles in purchasing use. Finally, the author wishes that the governors of companies who want to posit in the market of e-business should pay more attention to this new payment method and find out some proper marketing strategies to promote the development of e-business in China.
Keywords: E-business, operation mechanism, project management
Research on Embedded System Controller Communicates in Biomimetic Robot
Guohua Chen1, Lili Han1 and Qi Pei2
1School of Electrical Engineering, Guangxi University of Science and Technology, Nanning, China
2School of Computer Science, China University of Mining and Technology, Wuhan, China
Page No: 30-39
Abstract: When the disaster approaches, such as earthquake, landslide, nuclear radiation zone, harsh environment and so on, rescuers cannot access to it easily, to solve this, we designed the robot, the robot has six legs, and each leg has three free degrees. We adopted the embedded system and servo controller as the core controllers, embedded system controller communicates with the servo controller. It realized the human-computer interaction freely by the core controllers combined with voice recognition module, it entered the accident scene freely because of flexible and small size, it communicated with mobile terminal or computer easily because of the unique HD network camera, it searched environment and transmitted the data to the terminal, and it searched the target quickly. So it completes the search and rescue mission accurately and effectively, to save time for rescue, so this robot has a very important significance and practical value in the field of various fields.
Keywords: hexapod biomimetic, robot, embedded system, controller communicates
Operation Model for Academic Planning of New Postgraduate of Education Technology
Domisanan. K. Ogyis and Benniskumar. M
Department of Public Management, Agra University of Science, Agra
Page No: 40-47
Abstract: In recent years, it has been observed that many academic programs in Nigerian universities lack the required operational agility and efficiency due to the absence of well domesticated operational planning tools suitable for the prevailing socio-economic and regulatory environment. This study was therefore aimed at developing a generic operations planning model suitable for a typical new post-graduate programme in a Nigerian University. The structure of the University of Ibadan Nigeria’s premier and leading university with respect new post graduate programs were studied to gain insight into the system’s interactions. A newly introduced Professional Masters of Engineering Management programme was studied to identify key planning decision variables and parameters. Relevant operational data were obtained through observations, interviews and consultations of appropriate university document and literature. Vital planning dimensions adopted include Time, Cost, Revenue, Staffing and Space. Mathematical models and procedures to decide the optimal states or values of these key variables were developed coded for computer implementation. The developed software for these models enables for a changing data base input to solve diverse case scenario.
Keywords: academic planning, education technology, operational planning, mathematical models
Environmental Management of Sparse Vegetation Coverage in Desertification Area using Remote Sensing Technology
Yun He1, Ningjing Dong2 and Binbin Cui1
1School of Resources and Environment, Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing, China
2College of Engineering Management, Tianjin University of Commerce, Tianjin, China
Page No: 48-55
Abstract: Based on unmixing model and using the Thematic Mapper (TM) image as well as obtaining end-members by ground spectral measurements, quantitative retrieval of information on sparse vegetation coverage in oasis-desert transitional area in Minqin, Gansu was done. The results showed that a wide band of TM images can be used in extracting sparse vegetation coverage of arid regions. Three components were needed to build unmixing model and there includes light, vegetation - not light and vegetation - bare soil. And the unmixing model has a high correlation with measured vegetation coverage. Methods used to choose the end-members had certain influence on estimating the vegetation coverage. Monte Carlo method recorded 0.64 as coefficient of determination 3.8 as root mean square error and therefore was more accurate than the root mean square error minimization method.
Keywords: environmental management, sparse vegetation, computer network, remote sensing