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International Journal of Research and Reviews in Applied Sciences
ISSN: 2076-734X, EISSN: 2076-7366

Volume 24, Issue 3(September, 2015)

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1. ON CYCLIC DNA CODES
by Fanghui Ma, Yonglin Cao & Jian Gao
Abstract

In this paper,   we study the construction of cyclic DNA codes by cyclic codes over the finite chain ring .

Source: International Journal of Research and Reviews in Applied Sciences
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2. A COMPENDIUM OF PATTERN RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES IN FACE, SPEECH AND LIE DETECTION

by Paola Andrea Noreña Cardona

Abstract

Lie is a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive, this is intentional untruth. People use different technologies of lie detection as Pattern recognition is a science to discover if an individual is telling the truth or lying. Patterns can describe some characteristics of liars, in this work to face and speech specifically. Face recognition take patttern of face and speech recognition of voice or speech to text. So this paper pretends realize a compendium on lie detection techniques and pattern recognition face and speech.  It permits to review the actual state of the tecnhologies realized in these recognitions. Also It presents an analysis of tecnhologies using some of these techniques to resum the result.

Source: International Journal of Research and Reviews in Applied Sciences 
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3. IDENIFICATION OF Candida albicans IN URINARY TRACT INFECTION BY USING POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION TECHNIQUE
by Ashti Mohammad Amin Said
Abstract

Objectives: Candida albicans is an opportunistic fungal pathogen which causes urinary tract candidiasis in humans. In this research, we tried to investigate the detection of C. albicans which caused Urinary Tract Infections in women's compared with healthy subjects using PCR technique, and cultured on CHROM agar.

Methods: In this study, two hundred urine samples from women patients, and hundred urine samples without clinical signs of urinary tract candidiasis of gynecology clinical in Erbil city will be selected. All the subjects were clinically assessed for studying C.albicans infection. Then they are cultured on CHROM agar. DNA extraction and PCR assay were done. Pearson of Chi –square was applied to study possible correlations.

Results: The result of PCR was highly significant at p.value (0.0001). The highest percentage of infection was 66.7% in female with abnormal general urine examination.

Conclusions: Candida albicans is positively associated with urinary tract infection in women and detected by PCR technique.
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4. LAPLACE TRANSFORM TECHNIQUE FOR PSEUDOHYPERBOLIC EQUATION WITH PURELY NONLOCAL CONDITIONS

by Djibibe Moussa Zakari, Pindra Nadjime & Tcharie Kokou

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to present a Laplace transform technique for solving the Three-Point Boundary Value Problem with an Integral condition for a Third-order Partial Differential Equation.  A Laplace transform technique is described for the solution of the considered problem. Finally, we obtain the solution using a numerical technique by inverting the Laplace transform.  

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