ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition
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SMART E - LEARN TRACER
Authors: VIMALESHWARAN. S, THANOJAN. S, DIAS J J J, NIYAS INSHAF
Abstracts: The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift towards online education, which presents a range of challenges for educators, including difficulties in monitoring student participation, tracking attendance, generating and evaluating questions, and dealing with external distractions. To address these issues, we propose a comprehensive online video classroom web application that leverages machine learning techniques. The application includes a machine learning approach to monitor and analyze student concentration, an attendance checker based on neural network technology, and natural language processing (NLP) to generate and evaluate questions. Additionally, an outside voice processor using neural network technology will filter out background noise to improve the clarity of both the teacher's voice and the student's responses. Our proposed solution will provide educators with a powerful tool to enhance the learning experience for students, helping them to engage with their students more effectively, streamline question generation and evaluation, and create a more productive learning environment.
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Cite this Article: Vimaleshwaran. S, Thanojan. S, Dias J J J, Niyas Inshaf , "SMART E - LEARN TRACER", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 1-7 #ijarporg
MAHIMA - EDUCATION PURPOSE MACHINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY
Authors: S. PIYASHKARA, M.S.M. AHAMED, P. THUVARAKAN, ARUNA ISHARA GAMAGE, DIDULA CHAMARA
Abstracts: Since most institutions and schools are switching to online or hybrid techniques due to the COVID-19 epidemic, e-learning has been expanding rapidly. With this technology of ours Mahima, we want to give students a real classroom education experience with complete efficiency in a 3D Environment. Classes or learning experiences that take place in unrealistic virtual reality settings are referred to as virtual reality classes. This indicates that the environment is an abstract representation of a real-world object or place rather than a direct simulation of it. These courses or learning opportunities can serve several objectives, including the teaching of abstract scientific or mathematical ideas as well as the promotion of artistic expression and creativity. Students can interact with digital objects and environments in novel ways that would not be possible in a traditional classroom setting, making abstract virtual reality courses very immersive and engaging. The following are some instances of abstract virtual reality courses: An interior-representative virtual reality setting. The primary goal of this research study is to improve the effectiveness of the online educational system, and we will be focusing on the technologies such as Video processing, Natural Language Processing and Artificial Neural Networks, to develop Virtual Reality (VR) Technology and reduce the workload for instructors and students. 3D Avatar Animation Processing is one of the most accurate ways to monitor human behavior. Eye-tracking is a technique for capturing real-time, objective user behavior. Eye motions are quick, subconscious movements communicating information that even the responder is unaware of. Subject and help them utilize their time in an effective manner with less effort while referring to a subject or preparing for the examination.
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Cite this Article: S. Piyashkara, M.S.M. Ahamed, P. Thuvarakan, Aruna Ishara Gamage, Didula Chamara , "MAHIMA - EDUCATION PURPOSE MACHINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 8-14 #ijarporg
360 DEGREE PERFORMANCE - APPRAISAL IN HR
Authors: TAWISHI DHODRAY
Abstracts: 360-degree performance appraisal system is one of the modern methods of performance appraisal. The 360 degrees Performance Appraisal method was first used in the 1940s. Analogous to the multiple points on a compass, the 360 method provides each employee the opportunity to receive performance feedback from his or her supervisor, peers, staff members, co-workers, and customers. 360-degree feedback or multi-source feedback is an appraisal or performance assessment tool that incorporates feedback from all who observe and are affected by the performance of a candidate.
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Cite this Article: Tawishi Dhodray , "360 DEGREE PERFORMANCE - APPRAISAL IN HR", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 15-27 #ijarporg
ADSORPTION AND ANTIMICROBIAL SUBSTANTIVITY OF 0.2% CHITOSAN ON HUMAN ROOT TOOTH SURFACE
Authors: MERCY NASWA MAKHANU, FREDRICK IKHABI WEBOKO, EVANGELINE MWIKALI KYENDE, PHIDES ALCORTA
Abstracts: Background and Objective: The presence of amino acid and hydroxyl groups in its molecule, chitosan has emerged to be a promising material in adsorption and as a locally delivered antimicrobial adjunct. Chitosan is derived from naturally occurring exoskeletons of crustaceans including prawns, insects, crabs, shrimps, and cell walls of fungi such as aspergillus and mucor. The aim of this study was to establish the adsorption of chitosan solution as well as assess its antimicrobial substantivity against the growth of Fusobacterium nucleatum (Fn). Methodology: This was an experimental study that implemented a quantitative exploratory type of research. A total of 72 human tooth root discs were purposively sampled and obtained from triplication of sample groups. Zero point two grams (0.2 g) of chitosan was dissolved in 100ml 1% lactic acid solution to achieve a concentration of 0.2%. Each group was submerged in either 0.2% chitosan, 0.2% chlorhexidine, or 0.9% normal saline solution. The samples in each group were later immersed in artificial saliva for 10 minutes, 6hrs and 24 hours. All samples were subjected to a disk diffusion test and incubated for 48 hours. Different zones of inhibition were measured, recorded and analyzed using the Shapiro-Wilks test and One sample t-test analysis at a level of significance of p?0.05. Results: The findings indicated that the antimicrobial substantivity against F.nucleatum for 0.2% chitosan was partially active at 10 mins and inactive at 6hrs and 24hrs. On the other hand, CHX shows significant activity at 10minutes, 6hrs, and 24hrs. Conclusion and recommendations: Chitosan was found to have minimal antimicrobial substantivity (10 minutes). Future researchers can also investigate the adsorption and antimicrobial substantivity of chitosan using other concentrations of chitosan at shorter time intervals. Perhaps greater zones of inhibition indicating greater antimicrobial activity can be observed
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Cite this Article: Mercy Naswa Makhanu, Fredrick Ikhabi Weboko, Evangeline Mwikali Kyende, Phides Alcorta , "ADSORPTION AND ANTIMICROBIAL SUBSTANTIVITY OF 0.2% CHITOSAN ON HUMAN ROOT TOOTH SURFACE", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 28-32 #ijarporg
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MAXILLARY FIRST MOLAR ROOTS AND THE MAXILLARY SINUS FLOOR: A CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMORAPHY ANALYSIS
Authors: FREDRICK IKHABI WEBOKO, MERCY NASWA MAKHANU, KATRINA G DE LUNA, GRACE ELLEN S DEY, ILUMINADA L VILORIA
Abstracts: Background The knowledge of the relationship between the root apices of maxillary teeth and the inferior wall of the maxillary sinus is crucial in diagnosis and treatment, not only in the field of endodontics but also other disciplines of dentistry. The close anatomical relationship between the maxillary molar roots and the maxillary sinus floor, may result in maxillary sinusitis of odontogenic origin. Previous studies have evaluated the relationship the relationship between the maxillary molar roots and the maxillary sinus floor (MSF) with inconclusive results. Previously, periapical and panoramic radiographs were used to determine the proximity of root apices and the maxillary sinus floor. However, superimposition of anatomic structures and errors caused by magnification render these methods less accurate diagnosis. With the Cone Beam Computed Tomography, the relationship between maxillary root apices and MSF can be accurately determined The study set out to determine the relationship between the roots of the maxillary first molar and the maxillary sinus floor. Design and objective: A descriptive cross sectional study employing consecutive sampling of 327 maxillary first molar roots was conducted. The aim of the study was to establish the relationship between the maxillary first molar roots and the maxillary sinus using Cone Beam Computed Tomography analysis. Methods: An analysis of Cone beam computed tomography scans of Filipino patients was done. The iRYS deconstruction software version 5.6 was used to analyze images. Descriptive statistics were used to represent the relationship between the roots of the maxillary first molar and the maxillary sinus floor. Comparison was done across age groups, gender and side (left or right). A summary of the numerical variables (vertical distances measured) was given in terms of mean, standard deviation, median, minimum and maximum whereas categorical variable (age and gender) given in terms of percentages and frequencies. Results: In this study, the vertical distance measured from the root tip to the MSF, was 1.39mm for the palatal root, 1.14mm for the Mesiobuccal root and 1.08mm for the Distobuccal root. Therefore, the closest root to the floor of the sinus was the Distobuccal root, followed by the Mesiobuccal and then the Palatal root. For both genders the root tips on the right side were closer to the MSF than those on the left side. For both left and right side the root tips were closer to the MSF in males and in younger patents for both genders. Conclusion. The closest root to the maxillary sinus floor was the distobuccal followed by mesiobuccal and then palatal. Differences in tooth position (right or left), age and gender were noted. Recommendation: The roots tips of the maxillary first molar are located close to the Maxillary sinus floor. For that matter, clinicians must exercise extreme caution during endodontic procedures.
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Cite this Article: Fredrick Ikhabi Weboko, Mercy Naswa Makhanu, Katrina G De Luna, Grace Ellen S Dey, Iluminada L Viloria , "RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MAXILLARY FIRST MOLAR ROOTS AND THE MAXILLARY SINUS FLOOR: A CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMORAPHY ANALYSIS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 33-39 #ijarporg
ASSESSING THE FULCRUM OF THE LEGAL AND FISCAL FRAMEWORK IN THE HYDROCARBON SECTOR: THE PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES IN CAMEROON
Authors: BANDE GULBERT MBAH TARH
Abstracts: Hydrocarbon resources play a significant role in driving economic growth in many countries, mobilising the necessary revenues for public services and lifting people out of poverty. Nonetheless, in some developing countries the clear legislative and regulatory frameworks, and optimal fiscal regimes required for using such hydrocarbon resources to drive economic growth are lacking or deficient. As such, a clear set of rules and fiscal regimes is essential to attract investors and a prerequisite for a socially and environmentally sustainable sector. From this, the impacts of hydrocarbon discoveries have prompted the Government of Cameroon (GoC) to review its 1999 Petroleum Code by adopting a new one in 2019. The revision was made with an eye on increasing revenue collection and sustainable incentives for investment. In this regard, the paper examines the general legal fulcrum of the hydrocarbon sector on the one hand, while synchronising the legal and fiscal framework in the hydrocarbon sector in Cameroon on the other. By critically analysing the prospects and challenges to enhance sustainable hydrocarbon investments, as a stand-alone analysis of the Code reveals that issues linked to implementation and investment cost control are crucial in determining a fair share of revenues for the country. Besides, a comparative analysis of the new Code’s fiscal provisions with those of other peer countries suggests that it embeds tools to ensure revenues while still catering for investor needs. The revenue simulations comparing the 1999 and the 2019 Codes reveal a high revenue potential for the latter. Despite these, to ensure that the GoC reaps the full benefits from the provisions of the new Code, the paper highly recommends that the regulatory and commercial roles of SNH be unbundled and separated. So that SNH can concentrate more as a strictly commercial company, while the other institution concentrates on the regulatory role of the hydrocarbon sector.
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Cite this Article: Bande Gulbert Mbah Tarh , "ASSESSING THE FULCRUM OF THE LEGAL AND FISCAL FRAMEWORK IN THE HYDROCARBON SECTOR: THE PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES IN CAMEROON", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 40-55 #ijarporg
ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF SYSTEM FOR FRUIT IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
Authors: JOVIE M. GALLERA
Abstracts: The study aimed to develop an innovative system that accurately identifies fruits and provides information about their nutritional value, seasonality, and origin. The Fruit Identification Information System was evaluated on its usability, effectiveness, functionality, and maintainability, resulting in an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5. The system's effectiveness, usability, and maintainability make it a valuable tool for farmers, researchers, and consumers in identifying and understanding fruits, showcasing the potential of technology to positively impact our lives. This study is a valuable tool that can aid farmers, researchers, and consumers in identifying and understanding fruits. The system's development and assessment showcase the potential of technology to develop innovative solutions that can positively impact various aspects of our lives."
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Cite this Article: Jovie M. Gallera , "ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF SYSTEM FOR FRUIT IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 56-60 #ijarporg
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT MOTIVATION LEVEL AND ACHIEVEMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Authors: HASMIATI BAHARUDDIN, WAN AHMAD MUNSIF WAN PA
Abstracts: This study aims to identify the relationship between motivation and the achievement of Physical Education subjects based in secondary schools in the Tawau district. This quantitative study uses the survey method to answer the research objectives. A total of 250 2nd-grade students were identified as respondents to answer the questionnaire. This study uses a questionnaire instrument adapted from "The Sports Motivation Scale (SMS-28) to measure the level of student motivation. In contrast, the achievement of Physical Education subjects is measured by using the achievement grade that the Malaysian Ministry of Education has set. The student's motivation relationship result shows the mean motivation level = 4.21, SP = 0.880. In contrast, the subject achievement is obtained through data collection from the mid-semester summative assessment of 2022, which is mean = 60.00, SP = 14.064. The results of the study found that there was no significant relationship between the level of motivation and the achievement of Physical Education subjects (r = 0.050, p > 0.05). Therefore, the school needs to play an important role in influencing student involvement and motivation in physical education subjects .
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Cite this Article: Hasmiati Baharuddin, Wan Ahmad Munsif Wan Pa , "THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT MOTIVATION LEVEL AND ACHIEVEMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 61-68 #ijarporg
REPORTAGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS
Authors: JAMES YAMTA BWALA
Abstracts: This study is a content analysis of three national Dailies (Nigerian Tribune, Daily Trust and Daily Sun Newspapers) to determine the Reportage of Climate Change Issues for a period of 12 months. The objectives of this study is to determine the extent of coverage of Climate Change Issues, to find out the courses of Climate Change, find out the kind of report being carried on subject matter of Climate Change in Nigeria. This unit of analysis of the study are volume of coverage, while the content categories were classify as: Flooding, Food Security, Earthquake, Landslide, Volcanic Eruption, Oil Spillage, Erosion, Emission, Hurricane, Epidermic, Pollution and Climate news. Sample size for the study was 293. Variables measures include news types, placement, source etc. Data were analysed using both descriptive (Frequency, Percentage) and Inferential (Chi-Square) statistics at P<0.05.It was found that the volume of coverage of issues is poor and that the dominant form of presentation was news stories. It was recommended among others that Reporters should beam their searchlight around Universities and Research Institutions to uncover available knowledge in research finding with regards to coverage of Climate Change Issues as regular communication about it is the first step towards developing coping mechanisms in Nigeria.
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Cite this Article: James Yamta Bwala , "REPORTAGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS ", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 69-77 #ijarporg
SMART - MACHINE LEARNING BASED FITNESS MOBILE APPLICATION
Authors: SANTHIRAMOHAN MADHUSHIKA, MOHOMED ZOWRIE MOHOMED AKIL, NIFTHAS A.R.M, PIRTHEEP GT, RAVI SUPUNYA SWARNAKANTHA N.H.P, SURIYAA KUMARI
Abstracts: Many people don’t pay attention to their health and fitness with their busy life styles. This situation vastly increased in Sri Lanka with the economy crisis of the country. People spending a stressful life bad economy and shortage of products and services. Most people spend time in the Fuel queues, and due to the shortage of fuel, they have trouble visiting fitness centers, etc. Meantime they miss fitness guidance, motivations, and diet plans and face physical and mental troubles because of the lack of time. SMART mobile application is very helpful for fitness users who really need to improve their health. SMART includes various aspects like workout, food schedule, and gym equipment suggestion, and trainer help are covered. In today's world, mobile applications have become an indispensable tool for many people. This is especially true in countries where other forms of technology may not be as readily available. For fitness enthusiasts looking to save time and maintain their fitness goals, the SMART mobile app provides a secure and reliable solution. While the app is designed for users with basic fitness knowledge, it also provides advanced features that cater to the needs of professional fitness coaches. The SMART app leverages the power of machine learning, image processing, and the Python module to deliver a seamless user experience. With its innovative technology and user-friendly interface, the SMART app is poised to revolutionize the way people approach fitness.
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Cite this Article: Santhiramohan Madhushika, Mohomed Zowrie Mohomed Akil, Nifthas A.R.M, Pirtheep GT, Ravi Supunya Swarnakantha N.H.P, Suriyaa Kumari , "SMART - MACHINE LEARNING BASED FITNESS MOBILE APPLICATION", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 78-83 #ijarporg
ENHANCING MASTERY OF SLIDE KICK SKILLS USING THE "KICK ME" METHOD AMONG 4TH YEAR STUDENTS IN FOOTBALL
Authors: THILAGA GANESAN, DR NUR SHAKILA MAZALAN
Abstracts: Football is a sport that requires a variety of techniques and skills, especially individuals to succeed in the sport. The skills in this game should be applied when the students are still in primary school to produce successful football players. However, the variety of techniques in learning does not guarantee to provide the best results. teachers should choose one of the appropriate techniques for students to learn well. This experimental study aims to find a suitable technique to be applied to students to improve kicking skills in soccer. Respondents in this study are fourth-year students who follow physical education subjects at Sekolah Kebangsaan Canossian Convent Kluang. Respondents will be tested to kick before and after using the "Kick Me" Method and see the effect on their kicking skills. At the end of this study, every data obtained will be analyzed, and discussion will be done in the study.
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Cite this Article: Thilaga Ganesan, Dr Nur Shakila Mazalan , "ENHANCING MASTERY OF SLIDE KICK SKILLS USING THE "KICK ME" METHOD AMONG 4TH YEAR STUDENTS IN FOOTBALL", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/may2023.html, Volume 6 - Issue 5, May 2023 Edition, 84-89 #ijarporg