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All finding of various sets of TIBO derivatives are in support of utility of indicator, topological, non-conventional topological and surface area properties. This results proposed a good QSAR model and their synthesis can be done by keeping view of these parameters. All though the final idea about the synthesis of compound may come only after the complete study viz 3D QSAR, molecular docking and other computational techniques. These guidelines may therefore, provide a basis for rationalizing substituent selection in the future designing of selective TIBO receptor ligands. The study may also help in proposing the possible mode of action of TIBO.
Modern agriculture has become highly knowledge intensive and requires timely, reliable and accurate information on various aspects like crop management, markets, weather information etc. The nature of information always depends on a number of factors such as the farm activity, land holding, climatic conditions, marketing opportunities etc.Mobile telephony has Rapid growth as compared to fixed line telephony and the recent introduction of mobile- based agriculture information services are potential to provide solutions to the existing information asymmetry in agriculture sector. Presently mobile telephony is the prime mode of communication. mobile phone use on information asymmetry proposing that better access to information (via phones) allows farmers to strike better price deals within their existing trading relationships, and to make better choices about where to sell their produce.
At the advent of modern knowledge society requires changes in educational process, and introduces new form of education and training and new skills. The human teaching styles are incorporated in computer based tutoring. This is due to different social needs and large number of students in face-to-face mode. The present worker proposing a framework of an Intelligent Tutorial System that teaches student by identifying the requirement of the student. It will solve the problems faced in general learning and also helps distant mode learner. The proposed work gather total information of a student and according to that decides the teaching path. It supplies proper tutorials to the student. Then time to time it takes different tests to observe the status of the student, and change the way of teaching if requires. In this period it solves any misconceptions of the students. In this way a student gets the proper teaching to increase the level of performance
The Mode of Parody is a ground-breaking study proposing a new term to describe a kind of literature that can be seen as early as the works of George Herbert (1593-1633). In the face of his doubt in God's presence, Herbert wrote his poem A Parodie , using serious parody to restore his faith in God's existence. Artists as diverse as Flaubert, Mann, Joyce and Nabokov have used parody to create fiction with religious and mythic dimensions in a time devoid of belief in a cohesive world order.The opening chapter develops the author's concept of parody as a mode of serious creation through a dialogue between a dancer and a writer. He then explores in subsequent chapters the way the mode of parody functions in the works of Herbert, Mann, Flaubert, Joyce and Nabokov. The final chapter sees the dancer reappear, and ask the writer about the sort of art that may lie on the other side of the mode of parody. That answer can emerge only after a journey through works of utmost complexity in the mode of parody.
By the end of this decade, a 4G wireless terminal will be available that provides high quality multimedia, personalized services, and ubiquitous multi-standard broadband connectivity with a reasonable power consumption. In this context, a multi-band transceiver is needed that provides a high-level of programmability while keeping low design complexity and costs. Software Defined Radio (SDR) is the most promising technology to implement such a terminal as it enables multi-mode reception by tuning to any frequency band, by selecting any channel bandwidth, and by detecting any modulation. Baseband Analog Circuits for Software Defined Radio aims to describe the transition towards a Software Radio from the analog design perspective. As the original idea of a "full-digital" Software Radio is far from the state-of-art, an analog front-end is still needed to achieve a feasible implementation. Most of the existent front-end architectures are explored from the flexibility point of view. A complete overview of the actual state-of-art for reconfigurable transceivers is given in detail, focusing on the challenges imposed by flexibility in analog design.As far as the design of adaptive analog circuits is concerned, specifications like bandwidth, gain, noise, resolution and linearity should be programmable. The development of circuit topologies and architectures that can be easily reconfigured while providing a near optimal power/performance trade-offs is a key challenge. In this book, we tackle this challenge mainly for baseband analog circuits, i.e. amplifiers and filters, proposing efficient solutions that provide a high level of programmability. Measurements results validate the design strategies.
This book presents a comparative study on plurilingual code-switching (CS) in Italy, Croatia and Scotland-UK, based on Italian in contact with four standard varieties (Spanish, English, Philipino and Croatian) and five non-standard varieties (Arbereshe, Occitan, Calabrese, Istrovenetian and Chakavski).It intends to fill a gap in the literature by proposing an interdisciplinary perspective, as most studies are concentrated on bilingual CS and are grounded just in one approach (mostly sociolinguistic or psycholinguistic), it also presents a new mixed key for CS data analysis, going beyond the traditional neat dichotomies defining CS as "acceptable or grammatical vs unacceptable or ungrammatical".A brand-new model, the Integrated Model of Plurilingual Code-Switching (IMPCS), which recommends the use of five-graded scales in informants' judgments, is proposed. It includes socio-psycholinguistics (social status and prestige of the languages in contact, official status of minority language, symmetrical/bi- or pluridirectional or asymmetrical/unidirectional kind of contact, language mode, claimed CS practice, explicit attitudes and acceptability judgements) and lexicalist variables.
The movement of an electron around the atomic nucleus has today a great importance in many engineering fields. Electronics, aeronautics, micro and nanotechnology, electrical engineering, optics, lasers, nuclear power, computing, equipment and automation, telecommunications, genetic engineering, bioengineering, special processing, modern welding, robotics, energy and electromagnetic wave field is today only a few of the many applications of electronic engineering. This first chapter presents shortly a new and original relation which calculates the radius with that the electron is running around the atomic nucleus. The second chapter presents, shortly, a new and original relation (20) which calculates the Doppler Effect exactly. This new relation (20) is the exact form and the classical expression (10) is an approximate relation. Renewable energy is energy which comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat, which are renewable (naturally replenished). The share of renewables in electricity generation is around 18%, with 15% of global electricity coming from hydroelectricity and 3% from new renewables. The third chapter aims to disseminate new methods of obtaining energy. After 1950, began to appear nuclear fission plants. The fission energy was a necessary evil. In this mode it stretched the oil life, avoiding an energy crisis. Even so, the energy obtained from oil represents about 66% of all energy used. At this rate of use of oil, it will be consumed in about 40 years. Today, the production of energy obtained by nuclear fusion is not yet perfect prepared. But time passes quickly. We must rush to implement of the additional sources of energy already known, but and find new energy sources. In these circumstances this chapter comes to proposing possible new energy sources, like energies obtained by the annihilation of a particle with its antiparticle.