M. C. Ramya

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The topology of an Electrical Distribution System (EDS) can be suitably modified to minimize the real losses. Basically, losses in an EDS arise due to two factors: 1) fault in the network 2) overload in the feeders. The power losses occurring due to overload or uneven load are dealt in this paper. EDS is normally unevenly loaded and hence often need load(More)
Numerous automated anomaly detection and application performance modeling and management tools are available to detect and diagnose faulty application behavior. However, these tools have limited utility in ‘on-demand’ virtual computing infrastructures because of the increased tendencies for the applications in virtual machines to migrate(More)
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