V. Rajalakshmi

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There has been a wide area of research going on towards privacy preservation of data. This method, Integer Partitioning Based Encryption (IPBE) does not use a simple perturbation or straight forward public key encryption. The method groups the data into various classes and the encryption is based on the key values generated within each class. Since the key(More)
PURPOSE Hemochromatosis, an iron-overload disease, occurs as adult and juvenile types. Mutations in hemojuvelin (HJV), an iron-regulatory protein and a bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) coreceptor, underlie most of the juvenile type. Hjv(-/-) mice accumulate excess iron in retina and exhibit aberrant vascularization and angiomas. A succinate receptor, GPR91,(More)
With the advancement in technology and change in lifestyle, Indians are more prone to various disorders like diabetes, stroke, hypertension, etc. Presence of these diseases is identified only by regular monitoring and invasive blood tests. Though there is much successful management of communicable diseases and genetic disorders after they occur, there are(More)
—Privacy preservation in data mining is a pioneering research area as the security of increasing amount of data is under risks. Privacy preservation in Data Mining [PPDM] is a delicate task as there is a trade-off between data Anonymization and their utility. Existing PPDM techniques uses Anonymization using randomization, generalization or suppression(More)
Privacy Preservation in data mining protects the data from revealing unauthorized extraction of information. Data Anonymization techniques implement this by modifying the data, so that the original values cannot be acquired easily. Perturbation techniques are variedly used which will greatly affect the quality of data, since there is a trade-off between(More)
Fibromatosis colli is a peculiar, benign fibrous growth of the sternocleidomastoid that usually appears during the first few weeks of life and is often associated with muscular torticollis. Fibromatosis colli (FC) is seen in children born after difficult, prolonged labor, assisted delivery, and breech deliveries. Clinically, FC has to be differentiated from(More)
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