Amalgamate the application performance and product lifecycle

Amalgamate the application performance and product lifecycle

Authors: D.R.S.T. Salunke| Vice President Engineering & Development, Ph.D. In Management & Engineering & DR. R. K. SRIVASTAVA, Professor & HOD SIMSREE Mumbai,...

The aim of this paper are twofold: to review theapplication performance based on scopeof product life cycle (PLC) research; to pinpoint areas requiring furtherinvestigation on synchronization of Product application performance & PLC. Newfunctionality, are creating new performance issues while applicationdevelopment, testing, and release to production cycles are at an acceleratingpace. In the midst of these demands, newtechnologies such as Mobile, Virtualization and Cloud are complicating theenvironments in which applications are delivered. This paper will help in unifyand communicate effectively between teams throughout the application lifecycleto maximum the application performance that is the lifeblood of any organization’sbusiness operation.

Keywords: Industrial product strategy, Success factors of new products
The significance and issues of motorcycle transport in the Urban areas in northern Ghana

The significance and issues of motorcycle transport in the Urban areas...

Authors: R.D. Dinye| Centre for Settlements Studies Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

In many developing countries, motorcycles are increasingly becoming the common means of transport especially among low-income urban dwellers (urban poor) and many rural people. The high ownership and use of motorcycle in the urban areas in northern Ghana has come with its accompanying challenges like motorcycle accidents involving fatalities; environmental and public health concerns from the emissions; non-compliance to motor traffic regulations-for instance helmet use is generally low in Ghana among others among other things. The high incidence of motorcycle ownership and use has also been contributing significantly in the betterment of many livelihoods of urban residents in northern Ghana and at the instance of Wa. The increasing growth in the number of motorcycles has come to solve the mobility needs of many urban residents in the light of poor and inadequate public transport system, poor road conditions particularly those leading into the peri- urban areas where many people in Wa reside as a result of urban sprawl. It also comes along with a host of opportunities including employment to motorcycle mechanics and motorcycle spare parts dealers, local revenue generating sources through taxes/levies on motorcycle owners/riders as well as motorcycle registration and licensing. This paper examines the effects of motorcycle growth in the social and economic development or livelihoods of Wa, the regional capital of the Upper West Region of Ghana.

Keywords: Motorcycle, Motor traffic, Development
Microsatellite DNA marker in aquatic organisms

Microsatellite DNA marker in aquatic organisms

Authors: A. Moradi| Department of fishery, Marine Sciences and Technology of Khoramshahr University, Iran., S. Keyvanshokooh| Department of fishery, Marine Sci...

For the last 50 years, attempts have been made to discriminate among populations by using molecular markers. Although some techniques have proved successful in certain circumstances, the consistent trend to newer markers among fishery geneticists highlights the general lack of resolving power observed with older technologies. The last three decade has seen the increasing use of satellite DNA in investigations of genetic variability and divergence. The large interest in microsatellite loci is largely due to the very high levels of variability that have been observed and the ability to investigate this variation using PCR technology. The isolation and application of microsatellites to research fields as diverse as population genetics, parentage analyses and genome mapping are reviewed. Statistical considerations (e.g. appropriate sample sizes, number of loci and the mutation model assumptions on which the estimate is based) have not been considered in detail yet and the problems are often exacerbated in aquatic species, as some species show very large numbers of alleles at microsatellite loci.

Keywords: Microsatellite, Aquatic, VNTR, DNA marker
The role of adipokines and gut hormones in the pathogenesis of obesity, and recent findings for the future treatment of

The role of adipokines and gut hormones in the pathogenesis of obesity...

Authors: B. ilkovska| PHO Clinical hospital d-r Trifun Panovski Bitola R.Macedonia., B. Kotevska| Tokuda hospital Sofia R.Bulgaria., D. Labudovic| Department o...

Obesity has become one of the leading public health concern.Over one billion people are оverweight or obese and the prevalence of theseconditions is growing constantly. This review presents an overview of theendocrine functions of adipose tissue, the role of gut hormones and theirassociated neuronal networks (the gut-brain axis) in appetite control. Recentstudies have improved our understanding of energy homeostasis by identifyingsophisticated neurohumoral networks that transmit signals between the brain andgut to control food intake. Key adipokines, such as, leptin, adiponectin,interleukin-6, рlasminogen activator inhibitor-1, resistin, tumor necrosisfactor-α, adipsin and acylation stimulating protein, macrophages and monocytechemoattractant protein-1, plasma renin, plasma angiotensin - converting enzymeand angiotensinogen linked with pituitary neuropeptide system began to clarify.Gut hormones, such as, сholecystоkinin, ghrelin, peptide YY, pancreaticpolypeptide, glucagon-like peptide-1, оxyntomodulin, ghrelin, insulin,glucagon, obestatin, amylin аre modulated by acute food ingestion. This articlehighlights some of the recent findings and their implications for the futuretreatment of obesity, but there are currently no effective pharmacologicalinterventions for obesity.

Keywords: Dipose tissue, Adipokines, Gut hormones, Appetite, Body mass index, Obesity
Women empowerment as a tool against food insecurity in Sub Saharan Africa

Women empowerment as a tool against food insecurity in Sub Saharan Afr...

Authors: N. Assan| Zimbabwe Open University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Agriculture Management, Bulawayo Region, Box 3550, Bulawayo, Zimb...

Promoting food production andsecurity continues to be a major challenge in Sub Saharan Africa. This discussion seeks to explore the opportunitiesand constraints that women experience in accessing and participating equitablyin food production and security. It also examines the role of women inimproving food production and security. There is an attempt to describe theimpact of gender-based discrimination on food production and its implication onfood security. Some of the factors which perpetuate food insecurity have beenidentified as low agricultural productivity due to lack of high yieldinginputs, agricultural support services and inappropriate technology. Theavailability of resources (land, labor, capital, and knowledge) to ensure thatwomen have the means necessary to participate in intensified food productionhave been inadequate. The discussion, concludes that in the planning and implementationof food production programs to enhancefood security, gender sensitive policies should be put in place, such thatwomen become the focal point of food production. It is suggested that womenshould become increasingly important such that they influencefood production and achieve the primaryobjective of food security.

Keywords: Women, Food production, Food security, Sub saharan africa
An over view on the anatomy and physiology of male one humped camel (Camelus Dromedarius) reproductive system

An over view on the anatomy and physiology of male one humped camel (C...

Authors: A. Bello| Department of Veterinary Anatomy, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria., M.A. Umaru| Department of Veterinary Pathology, Usmanu Danf...

Available literatureon the Anatomy and physiology of the reproductive system of dromedary camel in Nigeria is observed to assess the current performanceand productive potential of this species. The origins, distribution andclassification of camel breeds are briefly discussed. The reproductive anatomyand physiology is described, and is followed by an account of breedingbehaviour and performance, with special attention to fertility. A brief accounton the biometry, gross anatomy,histology, morphometry and physiology inrelation to reproductive performance ofthe one humped camel is discuss. The camel's ability to produce milk and meatis assessed in detail, together with its suitability for transport and otherpurposes, such as ploughing, milling and the production of hides and skins.Management and socio-economic factors are also briefly discussed. Finally, theinformation presented is summarized to served as an aid in teaching and as abase-line to farmers in inproving the standard of the West African specie.There is need for future research on theabove mention specie in reproduction and husbandry in Nigeria.

Keywords: Anatomy, Physiology, Camel, Male, Reproductive system
Comparative evaluation of the proximate and mineral compositions of Stolothrissa tanganicae and Limnothrissa miodon from

Comparative evaluation of the proximate and mineral compositions of St...

Authors: B. Abdulkarim| Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries,University of Dar es salaam, Tanzania., P.O.J. Bwathondi| Department of Aquatic Sciences a...

Studies on theproximate and mineral compositions of Stolothrissa tanganicae and limnothrissamiodon were carried out using standardmethods and procedures. The protein contents was significantly higher(P<0.05) in S. tanganicae (63.31-68.76%) .Lipids, moisture and ash weresignificantly different (p<0.05) between the two fish species. Carbohydratecontents were generally low and not significantly different (P>0.05) betweenthe two species. Calcium, Phosphorus and Potassium contents were high in thetwo species (24250-30600ppm), (14914-17458ppm) and (4492.8-11466.8ppm)respectively and significantly different (p>0.05).Magnesium, Sodium, Zincand Iron were not significantly different (P<0.05) between the two species.The fish species have good nutritive values which will assist in the remedy ofhealth and nutritive problems among the populace.

Keywords: Proximate, Mineral compositions, S.tanganicae, L. miodon, Lake Tanganyika
Determine the level of development in the districts of Kurdistan province

Determine the level of development in the districts of Kurdistan provi...

Authors: M.S. Aliakbari| Department of Geography, Payame Noor University, Tehran, I.R of IRAN., M.Y. Panah| Lecturer of Vocational and Technical Universities i...

One of the fundamental indicators of development, providing services to various segments of society are. According to the well-being of people through the distribution of income, wealth and other variables, the main topics of economics, in the last two centuries has been the one of the important objectives of any economic policy, promote the general Welfare, and the indicate poor welfare society. In this study, two indicators, factor analysis, and distance methods (cluster), to determine the level of development, the districts of Kurdistan, has been used , therefore , to draw the matrix have different services, districts of Kurdistan province, was discussed. Therefore, the formation of the matrix, a matrix with 16 columns, including indicators, and 9 rows, including the districts studied, is. The results were based on factor analysis, and the integration of the district of Sanandaj, most developed, and the district of Divandareh and Bane, below most developed district, said. Based on a distance method, the district of Sanandaj, most developed, and the district Bane and Saqez, less than most developed district, are. The district (Bijar, Divandareh, Marivan, Ghorveh and Kamyaranan), less developed, and the district Sarvabad developing is. The results of the comparison indices also showed that , of the nine district Kurdistan, 5 district, in terms of development status, the same status, have been. Therefore, the district of Sanandaj, most developed, and the district Bane, than the most developed district in Kurdistan are.

Keywords: Development, Services, Factor analysis method, Interval, Kurdistan province
Rural tourism, with an emphasis on sustainable development, case studies, shian temple and milmilgah temple, the distric

Rural tourism, with an emphasis on sustainable development, case studi...

Authors: M.S. Aliakbari| Department of Geography, Payame Noor University, Tehran, I.R of IRAN.

Rural tourism is one of the relatively new field in rural sustainable development, which could, opportunities and possibilities, especially for rural employment and income, to provide an effective role in the restoration and renovation of rural areas, to play. West of Islamabad district, despite the abundant tourism potentials and capabilities, as well as for tourists unfamiliarTherefore, the sample rurals of tourist attractions and district planning tailored to the special geographical conditions seem necessary. The pioneering research efforts which, while explaining the principles and concepts of rural tourism, and its close connection with the issue of sustainable development in rural areas, with emphasis on library research and conceptual analysis in the study of Shian Temple and Milmilgah Temple, the district of Islamabadgharb, who belongs to the Sassanid era must be paid.

Keywords: Rural tourism, Sustainable development, Fire, Islamabadgharb (district)
Innervation and moan review process, from the perspective of law, and knowledge of management accounting

Innervation and moan review process, from the perspective of law, and...

Authors: S. Gholami| Department of Accounting, eyvan-e-gharb branch, Islamic Azad University, eyvan-e-gharb, IRAN., M. Hariri| Department of Law, Payame Noor U...

Innervations and Moan, the most important jurisprudential and legal issues, and the conflict between Sunnis and Shiites are the quality that most matters of inheritance and inheritance in Islamic law, the validity and invalidity of the two, has been applied. These two institutions are the specificities of Sunni jurisprudence and civil law, to comply with Imami jurisprudence, it has not. Inheritance rules, civil law, not like any inheritance laws in Europe do, and the Quran, in Surah Nisa, verses 7-12, is expressed. The aim of this study was to investigate the process of these two institutions, the science of law, based on the law and accounting knowledge management based on the Direct Taxes Code, is. In this paper, from the perspective of science, has been analyzed, the result of research is that, between the two institutions Innervations and Moan, the sciences, law and accounting management, there is no difference, because the two institutions in science and law, based on civil law and jurisprudence Imami, and accounting management, based on direct Taxation Act, and the math is numeric.

Keywords: Of leaving, Innervation, Moan
Knowledge management and performance, the traffic police department in the variouse province

Knowledge management and performance, the traffic police department in...

Authors: A. Piry| Department of Management, Payame Noor University, I.R.of IRAN.

Transportation industry in each country reflects the economic situation, and the extent of the country's industrial development and behavior management, especially knowledge management, traffic police foundation is very important. Safe management and road accidents necessitate the need to identify, understand and rigorous analysis, and training of personnel, and those involved in this phenomenon. Meanwhile, the special attention necessary training, as well as its management among the various provinces of the country, it seems to be necessary. In this study, we first mapped matrix provinces, according to the country's transport police department of education, was paid in 2010. Therefore, according to the first field studies and library, established the potential matrix, a matrix with 9 columns, including indicators, and 30 lines, including the provinces of the country. Then, using component -based methods, hierarchical cluster analysis, the provinces, based on education, transportation, graded and compared, was located. The results showed that, Tehran province, has the best performance, and the provinces of Sistan and Baluchestan, Khorasan, Kermanshah, Hamadan, Fars, Hormozgan, East Azarbaijan, Gilan, South Khorasan, Bushehr, Yazd, Semnan, Golestan, Ardebil, Zanjan, Qazvin, Kurdistan, kohgiluyeh Boyer Ahmad, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari, Qom, Lorestan and Ilam, has the weakest performance in knowledge management transport Police are.

Keywords: Police, Traffic management, Training and knowledge provinces
Modeling of the vulnerability of "biomass energy" sub-sector to climate change in Togo.

Modeling of the vulnerability of "biomass energy" sub-sector to climat...

Authors: J.K. Fontodji| Laboratoire de Botanique et Ecologie Végétale, Université de Lomé, BP : 1515 Lomé, Togo., P.B.I. Akponikpe| Unité de Physique du sol et...

Biomassenergy accounts for 80 % of total energy consumed in Togo. But its potentialdecreases exponentially as a result of population growth and the fact that thetechniques of production and consumption are still archaic and climate change.The aim of this work is to contribute to the assessment of vulnerability andadaptation to climate change in the sub-sector of biomass energy in Togo by amodeling approach. Specifically, it is i) to study the evolution of thehousehold demand for fuelwood and ii ) to analyze the vulnerability to climatechange of sub-sector of biomass energy (mainly charcoal and firewood) in Togo.Demand scenarios of fuelwood were developed from the LEAP model. Thevulnerability analysis is made by coupling the demands and the potential of fuelwoodand by taking into account the parameters of climate change. At the end of thisstudy, it appears that the fuelwood demands evolve exponentially and that the sectoris vulnerable to future climate change. In addition, the potential of fuelwoodis very deficient compared to the demand for years to come and will beexhausted before the year 2025. The current energy and forestry policies arefar from fill this gap.

Keywords: Scenario, Fuelwood demand, Fuelwood potential, Vulnerability, Togo
The relationship between literature and music

The relationship between literature and music

Authors: M.Y. Panah| Lecturer of Vocational and Technical universities in Kermanshah Province, Iran., S. Bayat| Master of Persian Literature, Kermanshah, Iran.

Literary works of Iran are the mirror of ideas, artistry, and beliefs of people that have thrivingly and prosperously survived all risks and events from long ago. All Iran's literature, culture, and art is a manifestation of poetic and no poetic works of such famous writers and poets such as Firdausi, Manouchehri-e-Damghani, Khayyam, Aboureihan-e-Biroini, Sanaei, Attar, Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz, Saeb, Dehkhoda, Bahar, Nima Youshij, Sohrab-e-Sepehri,… who benefited from the culture of this country, created everlasting works with their own support of artistry, talent, and ability, and have left behind eternal and everlasting wealth. The profound and accurate study of these works, art from long ago and now, polishes up the soul and fertilizes the mind. Literature, a worthy and noble art, is shown beautifully when it combines with arts such as music, painting, calligraphy, and carving. Iranian music has always been along with poetry and singing. One of the manifestations of the poets and the authors influenced by musician is their use of elements which are directly or indirectly specific to the art of music. The poets and the authors have created imaginary poetic forms using these elements in their prose and poetry. Examples such as harp or lute, rah, rud, arghanun and reed and so one. In this article examples in the poems of the poets are discussed.

Keywords: Literature, Music, Harp, Lute, Arghanun, Reed
Studying concept of justice in writing of classic and modern thinkers (by emphasis and comparative study of opinions of

Studying concept of justice in writing of classic and modern thinkers...

Authors: Z. Korani| Department of Political sciences, Payame Noor University, I.R. of IRAN.

Since old times, social philosophers have attempted to analyze the fundamental frameworks of society and relations of power by relying on intellectual foundations and rational reasoning. In this paradigm, issue of justice has been always central of attention, such that regulation of interrelations among individuals in society has been planned for the purpose of realizing social justice. Subject of justice is not merely a theoretical subject, but it is practical basically and it is integrated with concepts like equality, morality, law, equity and freedom. Concept of justice in its boarder terms, has an integral relation with all concepts and values which are respectable and good, in fact, we can say that justice is the first virtue, that means it is possible that in different intellectual systems in relation to desirability of freedom, equality or joy, there is doubt and limitation of freedom is defensible, but rarely anybody defends limitation of justice of injustice, in political philosophy, the final criterion of virtuous state is concept of justice and in law philosophy, the main purpose of judgement is providing justice. In this research, it is tried to deal with concept of justice in historical form in order to reach a clear conclusion from it in intellectual regimes of Liberalism and democracy social. But the main objective of this research is to compare two liberal theorists concerning their understanding of justice; one, john Rawls that believes justice amounts to equity and other, Robert Nozick. Both of these thinkers claim that their definition of justice is in text of Kant tradition, but we will see that they present two different interpretations.

Keywords: Justice, John Rawls, Robert Nozick
Social cohesion, among ethnic groups of Iran, in urban and rural areas

Social cohesion, among ethnic groups of Iran, in urban and rural areas

Authors: M.S.A. Akbari| Department of Geography, Payame Noor University, Tehran, I.R. of IRAN., B. Soleimani| Senior experts Kermanshah Governor.

Due to the existence of subcultures, and ethnic and religious diversity of the characteristics of the community; This article is a follow - up study of factors amplifier (consensus -causing), and threatening (consensus debugger), social solidarity among peoples (Azeris, Kurds, Baluchis, Turkmen, Taleshies, Arabs, Lors), living in the land of Iran, show that the recognition of differences, and characteristics every nation in the world, as a basic principle, the intercultural relations between ethnic and even international, attention has been, and without regard to this important issue, social cohesion can not be achieved. Admittedly, the Iranian society is a multi-ethnic society, but social and ethnic boundaries, there are a lot of interference, and the local ethnic groups, around three symbols, language, religion and historical background, have sharing model. In addition, perceived discrimination and relative deprivation, and cynicism in society may have caused social and cultural alienation, and thus reduce social solidarity and social bonds are loosened. Therefore, the recognition of ethnic diversity, religious pluralism, and even, in this sense, so the Iranian society, strengthen the Iranian nation, from all ethnic groups, and ethnic groups, their know that the Iranian nation.

Keywords: Social cohesion, Ethnic groups, Azeris, Kurds, Baluchis, Turkmen

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