International Conference on Management Practices, Innovations & Research 2019

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Distribute Publisher-Driven Secure Data Sharing Scheme for Information-Centric IoT
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Geeta Nikude || Prof.Pravin Kulurkar
Page No. :: 01-05
In Information-Centric Internet of Things (ICIoT), Internet of Things (IoT) data can be cached throughout a network for close data copy retrievals. Such a distributed data caching environment, however, poses a challenge to flexible authorization in the network. To address this challenge, Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Encryption (CP-ABE) has been identified as a promising approach. However, in the existing CP-ABE scheme, publishers need to retrieve attributes from a centralized server for encrypting data, which leads to high communication overhead. To solve this problem, we incorporate CP-ABE and propose a novel Distributed Publisher-Driven secure data sharing for ICIoT (DPD- ICIoT) to enable only authorized users to retrieve IoT data from distributed cache............

Keyword :IoT, ICN, Encryption, NICT, Cryptography, DPD-ICIoT, NFD, Information retrieval, Internet of things, Authorization, Cache storage

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Privacy Preservation and Public Auditing in Cloud Storage
Country :: India
Authors :: Divya Hadke || Rajesh Babu || Roshani Talmale
Page No. :: 06-11

Securing outsourced taking in cloud storage from degradation, adding adjustment to non-basic inability to cloud stockpiling close by data uprightness checking reparation winds up observably fundamental. Earlier impact codes to have quality by virtue of their lower information measure offering adjustment to nonbasic disappointment. Starting late remote checking courses for make coded adapting solely offer non-public auditing requiring data proprietor tenaciously keep on-line and handle auditing and repairing, that is unreasonable. Here maker propose a public auditing for the make code based for the most part cloud stockpiling. It's to decide the recuperation disadvantage of unsuccessful authenticators inside the nonattendance of data property holders, maker familiarize a proxy that is advantaged with recoup the authenticators into the standard public auditing system show.........

Keywords: Cloud storage, regenerating codes, public audit, privacy preserving, authenticator regeneration, proxy, privileged, provable secure

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Privacy-Preserving Mining of Association Rules from Transaction Databases
Country :: India
Authors :: Rani Mankar || Jayant Adhikari || Jiwan Dehankar
Page No. :: 12-18

Database Outsourcing is a promising data organization system in which Data-proprietor stores the private information at the untouchable organization supplier's site. The organization provider directs and deals with the database and benefits the readymade organizations to the data proprietor and their clients to make, update, eradicate and get to the database. Regardless of the way that database security is required in light of the way that more organization providers are not reliability. The genuine necessities for getting security in outsourced databases are mystery, assurance, trustworthiness, and freshness if there ought to be an event of component redesigns, get to control in multi-customer condition, availability and request approval and confirmation. To achieve these all necessities distinctive.......

Keywords: Access Control, Confidentiality, Freshness, Integrity, Outsourced Databases, Query Authentication, Security mechanisms

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Sequential and Non-Overlapping Patterns for Classification
Country :: India
Authors :: Kanchan Ganvir || Rajesh Babu || Roshani Talmale
Page No. :: 19-22

Classification is the way toward finding a model or capacity that portrays and recognizes information classes or ideas, to be ready to utilize the model to foresee the class of items whose class mark is obscure. The objective of classification is to precisely foresee the object class for each case in the information. In sequence database having sequences, in which each sequence is a rundown of the exchanges requested by the exchange time. There is exchange time which is related to every exchange in the sequence database. The sequence classification can be characterized as appointing class marks to new sequences dependent on the learning picked up in the preparation organize.

Keywords:Sequence Classification, Interesting patterns,Classification Rules, Association Rules

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Stress Detection Based on Social Media Interactions
Country :: India
Authors :: Shweta Meshram || Rajesh Babu || Roshani Talmale
Page No. :: 23-27

Psychological wellbeing conditions impact a significant dimension of the total populace each year. Mental stress is turning into a risk to individuals' well-being nowadays. With the fast pace of life, an everincreasing number of individuals are getting affected by increasing stress level. Distinguishing the user stress at initial stage is an important yet difficult task. With the notoriety of electronic social platform, people are accustomed to sharing their day to day events and exercises and connecting with companions by means of online networking media stages, making it conceivable to utilize online social network information for stress detection. In this paper, we will discuss a various study conducted by different researchers.

Keywords: Human Stress Detection, Social Media, Healthcare, Social Interaction, Data Mining.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: An Analytical Review of Web Page Recommendation System Based on Machine Learning
Country :: India
Authors :: Nikita Raut || Jayant Adhikari
Page No. :: 28-31

Recommendation System (RS) are generally used in e-commerce industry to solve the complication of information overloading. Large amount of information is generating now, days due to which user face the difficulty in finding the relevant information of product and services matching to their taste and preferences. Data mining (DM) is the process of mining and extracting useful knowledge from large datasets. The tasks of DM are to do description and prediction of data to retrieve the information. RS is a subfield of information retrieval (IR) and IR is subfield of DM. Recommendation engines basically are data filtering and IR tool that make use of algorithms and data to recommend the most relevant item to particular user........

Keywords-Web Page Recommendation, Web Mining, Sequential Patterns, Knowledge Representation, Domain Ontology

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Data Aggregation Mechanism in Wireless Sensor Networks
Country :: India
Authors :: Sayali Tembhurne || Rajesh babu || Roshani Talmale
Page No. :: 32-38

Data aggregation is exceptionally critical methods in wireless sensor network. Since with the assistance of data aggregation we lessen the vitality utilization by wiping out excess. At the point when wireless sensor network sent in remote regions or threatening condition. In the wireless sensor network have the most difficult assignment is an existence time so with help of data aggregation we can improve the lifetime of the network .In this paper we talk about the data aggregation approaches based on the directing conventions, the calculation in the wireless sensor network. And furthermore talk about the favourable circumstances and detriments or different execution measures of the data aggregation in the network

Keywords-Wireless sensor network, data aggregation, architecture, Network Lifetime, Routing, Tree, Cluster, Base Station

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Data Redundancy Minimization Based on Feature Extraction
Country :: India
Authors :: Ashwini Hanwate || Jayant Adhikari
Page No. :: 39-43

In high dimensional data mining feature selection is most important step. Feature selection is use to select most relevant,important and informative features from the high-dimensional dataset. It plays an important role in many scientific and practical applications, because itincreases the speed of learning process. So, it is very important to develop an efficient framework, which can improve the feature selection process. In literature, various supervised and unsupervised feature selection methods are developed. In order to utilize both local and global structures, existing system propose unsupervised local and global discriminative (LGD) feature selection criterion. Generally, supervised feature selection methods with supervision information are better than unsupervised ones without supervision information.........

Keywords-Data mining, feature selection, redundancy minimization, supervised and unsupervised feature learning

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Online Transaction Processing Security
Country :: India
Authors :: Aniket A. Ganvir
Page No. :: 44-50

Nowadays, online transactions are becoming popular in India since Demonetization occurred. Making online transactions having benefits for users like cashback, reward points, redeem coupons, etc. Besides, online transactions are easy and flexible, at other hand, this technology needs strong security method. This paper targets the security concept among the payments which are carried over the Internet. Online transaction processing security is nothing but the protection of online payments from illegal access, modification, usage or damage. Online payments are evolving as extremely helpful to end clients and business parties, however it additionally creates new risks and vulnerabilities, for example, security threats. For making effective and efficient transaction operations over the internet, Information security is essential constraint. In this paper a review of Online Transactions and Online Transaction Security, purpose of online transaction security, various security issues in online payments, and different security framework has being talked about.

Keywords: Online transaction; OLTP; Keystroke Logging; Secure Electronic Transaction; WebPin

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey paper on face authentication system
Country :: India
Authors :: Arshad Khan || UkeshKewat || SameerRamteke || Prof.Manisha
Page No. :: 51-53

Biometric system can be either an 'identification' system or a 'verification' (authentication) system. Biometrics can be used to determine a person's identity even without his knowledge or consent.In this survey paper, we have made an effort to study and analyze the approaches of one of the existing biometric systems i.e. face recognition system. A face authentication system can recognize static images and can be modified to work with dynamic images. In 2008, H. Bay invented SURF descriptor which is invariant to a scale and in-plane rotation features. It consists of two phases such as interest point detector and interest point descriptor. In the first phase, he located the interest point in the image and second phase, used the Hessian matrix to find the approximate detection............

Keywords: SURF Descriptor, Hessian matrix SOM, CAMSHIFT, Adaptive Kalman filter

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Affordable Mobile Application to Monitor Residential Society's Vehicle Activity
Country :: India
Authors :: Bhavana R. Chandankar || Rani S. Choudhari || Shivani M. Nagrale || Pallavi D. Morey || Pranali G. Nikhade || Prof. Vishakha Nagrale
Page No. :: 54-57

The process involves the system has still images as the input, and extracts a string corresponding to the plate number, which is used to obtain the output user data from a suitable database. The system extracts data from a license plate and compare it with the user database if it matches the it will store the details of that vehicle and if it is not matched means that vehicle does not belong to that society then it will generated a message and send it to the administrator. License plate extraction is based on plate features, such as texture, and all characters segmented from the plate are passed individually to a character recognition stage for reading..

Keywords: License plate Extraction, Character Segmentation, Character Recognition

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: An Enhanced Approach for Classifying Twitter Emotions Using Machine Learning
Country :: India
Authors :: Bireshwar Ganguly || Devashri Raich
Page No. :: 58-63

In this modern age, social media apps like Twitter, Facebook, Tumbler, and etc carries a significant role in everyone's life. Twitter is a worldwide blogging platform that has a lot of information that can be utilized for different assessment & analysis of views & opinions of people all across the globe. The amount of data accumulated on Twitter is very huge. This data is unstructured & raw as it is written by common man. Twitter Sentimental Analysis is the process of accessing tweets for a particular topic and predicts the sentiment of these tweets as positive, negative or neutral with the help of different machine learning algorithm. Analysis such as prediction, forecasts, evaluations, elections, marketing etc using emotion analysis is one such procedure of extracting vital information from this data and views..............

Keywords: Sentiment Analysis, Twitter, Machine Learning

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Survey Paper on Detection of Diseases using Medical imagery and Machine learning
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr.Ramiz Sheikh || Mr. Mohanish Mishra || Mr. Mohd Siddique Sheikh || Mr. Vishwakarma Hekad || Prof. Manisha
Page No. :: 64-65

Diseases with medical imaginary such as Tuberculosis'And Pneumonia Etc ,which is detected by using chest x-rays etc are rapidly spread disease in the world. When left undiagnosed and thus untreated, mortality rates of patients with such diseases are high. Standard diagnostics still rely on methods developed in the last century. They are slow and often unreliable. So, Computer aided diagnosis (CAD) has been popular and many researchers are interested in this research areas and different approaches have been proposed for the disease detection and lung decease classification. In our paper we have surveyed different method for detection of different diseases in X-Ray image by using Machine learning which includes Pre Processing of Image, classification and Feature extraction from that image.

Keywords: Computer aided diseases(CAD), X-ray

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Survey Architecture for Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention
Country :: India
Authors :: monali Bodkhe || Gurudev Sawarkar
Page No. :: 66-70

This paper presents an investigation, involving experiments, which shows that current network intrusion, detection, and prevention systems (NIDPSs) have several shortcomings in detecting or preventing rising unwanted traffic and have several threats in high-speed environments. It shows that the NIDPS performance can be weak in the face of high-speed and high-load malicious traffic in terms of packet drops, outstanding packets without analysis, and failing to detect/prevent unwanted traffic. Since new threats are potentially more lethal, a number of pro-active designs have been proposed, which can detect new security events such as propagation of a new and unknown virus or worm.......

Keywords: NIDS, Anomaly Detection, Network Security, Security Signature, Pattern Matching

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Follow But No Track: Privacy Preserved Profile Publishing in Cyber-Physical Social Systems
Country :: India
Authors :: Miss Neha Suryawanshi || agre
Page No. :: 71-76

Due to the close correlation with individual's physical features and status, the adoption of Cyber-Physical Social Systems (CPSSs) has been inevitably hindered by users' privacy concerns. Such concerns keep growing as our bile devices have more embedded sensors, while the existing countermeasures only provide incapable and limited privacy preservation for sensitive physical information. Therefore, we propose a novel privacy preservation framework for CPSSs. We formulate both the privacy concerns and user expectations in CPSSs based on real-world knowledge. We also design a corresponding data publishing mechanism for users. It regulates the publishing behaviors to hide sensitive physical profiles. Meanwhile, the published data retain comprehensive social profiles for users. Our analysis demonstrates that the mechanism achieves a local maximized performance on the aspect published data size. The experiment results towards real datasets reveal that the performance is comparable to the global optimal one.

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