Livelihood and transportation largely depends on the rivers and canals in many countries. The over populated South Asian region is full of such countries. Water is the meaning of life there both positively and negatively; water is the main source of income there, also water is a monster taking thousand of life. Natural disasters like typhoon, storms,… (More)
Now-a-days efficient energy management has become very crucial. Fossil fuel is exhaustible and its use is discouraged because of its adverse effect on climate change, Nuclear power is also not suitable because of safety and security concerns, on the other hand the use of renewable energy is also not yet feasible for mass production, so we have to find a way… (More)
This paper describes an innovative approach for the development of nanorobots that use neural network for medical target identification. The nanorobots operate in a virtual environment with nerve signals carrying nerve impulses. Our work addresses the possible applications of such nanorobots and presenting a control system for their autonomous movement.
The neck (cervical spine) is a flexible part of the human body and is particularly vulnerable to injury. Patients suspected of cervical spine injuries are often imaged using lateral view radiographs. Incorrect diagnosis based on these images may lead to serious long-term consequences. Our overarching goal is to develop a computer-aided detection system to… (More)
There are many countries in the world where water is the main medium for earning livelihood and transportation. Such countries are situated mainly in the over-populated South Asian region. As the water is the meaning of life there; it is also the main reason of threat. Many water borne natural disasters, mechanical failure of manmade water vehicles and… (More)
In the South Asian region, rivers are the meaning of life. Nearly four thousand years ago people start living there around the delta of Ganges. Still rivers and canals are the main source of food, water, livelihood and also a means of transportation. But water can also make things bitter. In the time of water borne disasters like flood, tsunami; and other… (More)