SRS document is the first deliverable product/milestone in the software development process and acts as a basis for the formal contract between the user and the developer of the software of an information system. This document is written in natural language and reflects the problem (computation) complexity of the system. We felt that there was a need to… (More)
This report describes the results of a study sponsored by the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) to investigate the feasibility of identifying, robotically capturing, and returning an entire Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA) to the vicinity of the Earth by the middle of the next decade. The KISS study was performed by people The feasibility of an asteroid… (More)
Software effort estimation is an important area in the field of software engineering. If the software development effort is over estimated it may lead to tight time schedules and thus quality and testing of software may be compromised. In contrast, if the software development effort is underestimated it may lead to over allocation of man power and resource.… (More)
This Letter reports on an optical pumping scheme, termed resonant pumping, for an erbium-doped distributed feedback (DFB) waveguide laser. The scheme uses two mirrors on either side of the DFB laser, forming a pump cavity that recirculates the unabsorbed pump light. Symmetric distributed Bragg reflectors are used as the mirrors and are designed by matching… (More)
We propose a new concept which is derived from the cryptography, the substitution of bits in the image and the visual cryptography method. Given some secret data and a set of cover images, in the proposed scheme the secret data is encrypted by the administrator, after that we select the random bit planes of the cover images using the pseudo-random sequence… (More)
1. Admission will be made on the basis of GATE score in the relevant field. 2. If seats remain vacant after admitting the students with valid GATE score, then the admission will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying marks subject to minimum 60% marks in the qualifying degree.