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Proceedings of

7th International Conference on Advances in Computing, Electronics and Communication ACEC 2018

Date
19-Aug-2018
Location
Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia
Authors
39
ISBN
978-1-63248-157-3

15 Articles Published

1. ENHANCING ROAD SAFETY IN THE MENA REGION USING A BIG DATA APP

Authors: DRISS KETTANI

Abstract: This paper describes a Big Data Platform that we developed in order to fulfill the needs of an international development project we recently were involved in. The focus is on the technical aspects in terms of design and architecture of this platform, as well as on particular decisions/orientations we made to accommodate the constraints characterizing Big Data Systems.

Keywords: Big Data, MENA Region, Transport sector, Accidents Black Spots

Pages: 1 - 5 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-01

2. PRAGMATIC INFLUENCE OF MAPREDUCE IN BIG DATA USING HADOOP A LITERATURE REVIEW

Authors: MUHAMMAD KALEEM ULLAH , SYED KHURAM SHAHZAD

Abstract: A term Big Data explain innovative technologies and techniques to store, manage, capture, analyze and distribute large size or petabyte data sets with high acceleration and dynamic structures. Big Data is categorized as semi-structured, unstructured, and structured, which results in an inability of traditional data managerial techniques. Data is produced from numerous resources and reached the system at different rates. This immense amount of data is processed in an efficient, and inexpensive manner, a technique of parallelism is practiced. Big Data parameters which include diversity, scale, and complexity required new techniques, architectures, analytics, and algorithms for the purpose of management of data and the knowledge hidden in it. Hadoop is a famous software platform to make data useful for the purpose of analytics to solve problems and structured the Big Data. Distributed processing is enabled by the help of Hadoop for huge datasets across the bunch of servers. It is speciall

Keywords: Big Data, Hadoop, Distributed Processing

Pages: 6 - 12 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-02

3. DESIGN METHODS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL SPACE UTILIZING WHEELCHAIR PROBE INFORMATION

Authors: YOUICHI ODA , YURIKO ODA

Abstract: This project was co-created with wheelchair users worldwide who posted their experiences and ideas on a map application, and provided details of suitable alternative wheelchair routes. We have proposed these measurement methods and constructed an evaluation model. We believe these are useful as reference for facility development, analysis, and evaluation of future cities and regional spaces.

Keywords: Barrier-free, Wheelchair, Post-type, Smartphone, WheeLog!

Pages: 13 - 18 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-03

4. THE APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY ON ORIENTEERING TOUR COMPETITION

Authors: CHIH-HUNG WU , HUEI-MING SHIH , LI-SHAN MA

Abstract: Traditional orienteering tour competitions are fixed on the route and checkpoints of tourist attractions. Some competitors may attempt to cheat on the prizes by teamwork. For example, the competitor reaches the checkpoint first and knows the next checkpoint, then informs other cooperative competitors to go directly to the next checkpoint. This trick is unfair to other competitors. To resolve this problem of the unfairness, the study designs an mobile app of augmented reality (AR) based on marker-less image recognition technology. The competitors must log in to this app with their account and passwords before starting the competition. The app can augment physical real-world environments of the tourist attraction with the historical introduction and the website address of next tourist attraction selected by random on the screen of the smartphone. The competitors obtain above information only from the app before the specific checkpoint of tourist attraction. Otherwise, they need upload a

Keywords: Orienteering Tour, Augmented Reality (AR), Marker-Less Image Recognition

Pages: 19 - 21 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-04

5. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SERVICE BROKERS SCHEDULING POLICIES IN CLOUD COMPUTING

Authors: NAJIB A. KOFAHI , TARIQ ALSMADI

Abstract: The growing importance of the cloud has attracted many researchers to look for possible improvements and contributions in the field. Their initiations were driven either by personal interests or funded by enterprises.Moreover, Cloud Computing is continuously evolving to meet users' needs and expectations which make it even more attractive. And one of the most interesting research topics is the service brokerage scheduling policy, because of its importance as a routing policy, which could form a bottleneck in the process. This article is a comparative study and analysis on some of the previously done work in the field; it fully explains the role of the service broker scheduling policy in the cloud and summarizes all the work in a single resource for researchers. The advantages and drawbacks are highlighted in terms of factors involved in the decision-making process. By the end of this article, a researcher will be able to formulate own theories about po

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Service Broker, Job scheduling, Load Balance, Data Centre Selection, Static scheduling, Dynamic scheduling

Pages: 29 - 35 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-06

6. AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR THE ISSUANCE OF E-PASSPORTS

Authors: HUSNA GUL A.WAHAB , MOHAMMAD FADZIL HASSAN , MUHAMMAD KHALID KHAN , MUHAMMAD TAHA JILANI

Abstract: Recent developments in information and communication technologies (ICT) have more impact on humans lifestyle and society, than ever before. However, in the most of the developing countries, still the potential of ICT has not been fully utilized, due to lack of infrastructure, limited resources and the higher cost. This ultimately possesses a burden on governments and regulating agencies to perform citizen’s related matters inefficiently. This paper presents a simple and low cost but yet effective, IoT based system for the issuance of e-passports to the citizens. The proposed system mitigates the time consuming traditional practices and the unnecessary involvement of human resources, thus it provides a fast, simple and low cost solution to the regulating authorities. The whole process from applying for passport to verification of credentials and issuance of passport can be done with the kiosk installed across the metropolitans and remote areas. The system is integrated with sensors an

Keywords: Internet-of-things, Service-Oriented Architecture, e-Passports, COAP.

Pages: 36 - 42 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-07

7. ASSESSMENT OF GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY CHALLENGES WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ELECTRICITY SECTOR OF MALAYSIA

Authors: S M SALIM REZA

Abstract: Recurrent events of cybercrimes happening around the globe recently which are affecting individual from different levels, cybersecurity has become has become an essential part of any academic and professional discussion related to modern communication technologies involving commercial and governmental entities. The key objective of this study is to find out the weakness and loopholes related to cybersecurity which is particularly related to the electricity sector of Malaysia. It has been identified that rolling out of the smart grid system may have many benefits in the long run. However, this may also unlock new potential threats from cyber attackers as the security of the smart meters are not highly developed yet and those are connected to the server and global network through channels with low level of security. This paper discusses the possible implications if a smart metering system is compromised and how to prevent such events, such as, by producing replicas of SCADA system to ope

Keywords: Cybersecurity, Smart Grid, Network Security, Cybercrimes in Electricity Sector

Pages: 43 - 47 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-08

8. THEORETICAL AGILE PROCESS FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, SUCCESS FACTORS, AND EVALUATION

Authors: EDWARD D. BUSTILLOS , JENNIFER T. CARPIO , PATRICK D. CERNA

Abstract: Mobile computing has now emerged as one of the main platform for advertising, e-commerce and integration to enterprise information system. Understanding this, A comprehensive model as an established software engineering methodology was proposed for mobile application, critical success factors and evaluation through theoretical agile process framework. It consist of four major parts namely: (A) Agile Methodology appropriate for mobile application, (B) Phases of Agile Software Process, (C) Critical Success Factors for Mobile Applications Development using Agile Methodology, and (D) Evaluation Criteria for Agile Mobile Application Development. For the development of the model, a Design Science Research (DSR) was adopted which is extensively used in information systems research to solve complex problems. DSR is not only appropriate to solve organizational problems in specific domains but also adequate to produce artifacts as it is the case of our model. It can be concluded that as Agile Me

Keywords: Agile, Mobile Application Development, CSF in Agile Methodology, SCRUM, Mobile Evaluation Criteria

Pages: 48 - 52 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-09

9. THE EFFECT OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND SALIVARY CORTISOL

Authors: ANNA C. WHITTAKER , MB MALARVILI , NOOR AIMIE-SALLEH

Abstract: Adverse childhood exposure has been discovered might alter physiological processes such as cardiovascular stress response. When the body is in a stressful condition, it triggers two primary systems that are particularly involved in adapting the body to the stress: the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenocorticol (HPA) axis. To detect the altered stress response, biomarkers that represent both systems ANS and HPA are proposed. Among the available biomarkers, Heart Rate Variability (HRV) has been proven as a powerful biomarker that represents ANS. Meanwhile, salivary cortisol has been suggested as a biomarker that reflects the HPA. This study will investigate the stress response on individual who have had adverse childhood experience and no adverse childhood experience by using HRV and salivary cortisol. Electrocardiograph and salivary cortisol were collected from 23 healthy participants (age, 19 to 23 years old), 12 participants who had adverse childhood

Keywords: stress, heart rate variability, cortisol, PASAT, children, signal processing

Pages: 53 - 57 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-10

10. HANDOVER MANAGEMENT OPTIMIZATION OVER LTE -A NETWORK USING S1 AND X2 HANDOVER

Authors: H.A. SAKR , M.A. MOHAMED

Abstract: Handover is one of the essential components in the mobility management of wireless systems. It allows the client equipment (UE) to connect between LTE-A networks. The variables that can influence this handover performance are the kind of interfaces in which the handover exists, either X2 or S1 interface, the mobility of the UE and the QCI (Quality of Service Class Identifiers). S1 interface associates the eNodeB to the EPC. It divided into double interfaces, one for the user plane and the other for the control plane. The mobility within LTE-A/SAE as well as mobility to other systems using both 3GPP and non-3GPP technologies. X2 is a new kind of interfaces introduced by the LTE-A Radio Access Network. Neighboring eNodeBs are linked in a peerto-peer fashion to perform handover and provide a means for the rapid coordination of radio resources. This research looks at the handover parameters (e.g. EPS bearer bit loss, BLER, throughput, SNR, LTE-A delay) on the mobile user and eNodeBs. Perfo

Keywords: LTE/SAE; Security; Key Management; X2 Handover; Mobility Management LTE-Advan

Pages: 58 - 64 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-11

11. PATTERN IDENTIFICATION ON PROTEIN SEQUENCES OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES USING ASSOCIATION RULE MINING

Authors: M SHAHEDUL ISLAM , MD. ABUL KASHEM MIA , MOHAMMAD SHAMSUR RAHMAN , SWAPNIL SAHA

Abstract: Proteins are the integral part of all living beings, which are building blocks of many amino acids. To be functionally active, amino acids chain folds up in a complex way to give each protein an unique 3D shape, where a minor error may cause misfolded structure. Neurodegenerative diseases e.g. Alzheimer, Parkinson, Sickle cell anemia, etc. arise due to misfolding in protein sequences. Thus, identifying the patterns of the amino acids is important for inferring the protein associated genetic diseases. Recent studies in predicting patterns of amino acids focused on only the simple chronic neurodegenerative disease Chromaffin Tumor by applying association rule mining. However, more complex diseases are yet to be attempted. Moreover, the association rules obtained by these studies were not verified by usefulness measuring tools. In this paper, we have analyzed the protein sequences associated with more complex neurodegenerative protein misfolded diseases by association rule mining techniqu

Keywords: amino acid, association rule, disease, frequent pattern, protein misfolding, protein sequence.

Pages: 65 - 72 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-12

12. APPLICATION OF NEURAL NETWORKS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Authors: BASARAB M.A. , KONNOVA N.S

Abstract: The development of medical decision support systems, especially in the field of cardiology, is an important and urgent task. The report considers the main requirements for the recognition system used to assess the functional state of the cardiovascular system (CVS). The description of the general scheme of the developed decision support system based on the identification and classification of CVS states is given. As various types of neural networks and other classifiers based on machine learning are often used in problems of the cardiovascular states identification, here, the results obtained with the help of different architectures of such classifiers are examined. A proprietary numerical experiment with real clinical data (confirmed by cross-validation) is performed on the basis of the most efficient neural networks with refinements for generalization and data preprocessing.

Keywords: machine learning, deep neural networks, diagnostics of the cardiovascular system state, decision support system, digital signal processing, system analysis

Pages: 73 - 78 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-27

13. MUTUAL REPUTATION BASED SERVICE MAPPING IN CLOUD ENVIRONMENT

Authors: DAMANPREET SINGH , MAJOR SINGH GORAYA , NEERAJ YADAV

Abstract: Due to increase in the number of cloud users (CUs), the number of cloud service providers (CSPs) have also been increased. Among the number of available CSPs, the selection of a suitable CSP for a CU has become a complicated issue. In literature, the reputation of CSPs is used to evaluate their suitability. Since, cloud has a strong business perspective, suitability of CU for a CSP is equally important. The mutual suitability of CSPs and CUs can give new dimensions to service orchestration in cloud. Therefore, this paper proposes a mutual reputation-based service mapping framework for the cloud environment. The mutual reputation of both the CSPs and CUs is used during the service mapping. The reputation of CSPs and CUs is evaluated based on their quality of service (QoS) attributes and for evaluating the reputation of CUs the parameters are defined. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is used to evaluate the reputation of CSPs and CUs. The mutual reputation-based mapping is depicted thr

Keywords: service mapping, quality of service, reputation, ranking, cloud computing

Pages: 79 - 84 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-32

14. PERSONALITY DETECTION USING HANDWRITING ANALYSIS:REVIEW

Authors: HEMLATA , MANOJ SACHAN , SHAILENDRA KUMAR SINGH

Abstract: Handwriting is one of the unique characteristic to represent what is in our minds, to communicate with others. Handwriting shows the true personality including behaviour, emotional outlay, self-esteem, anger, imagination, honesty, fears, defences and many other personality traits. It is commonly known as Graphology. Graphology is the scientific method for recognizing, assessing and to understand writer’s personality through the shapes and word patterns in the handwriting. Personality can be identified through various handwriting features such as zone, baseline, slant, size, spacing, margin, pressure etc. Handwriting analysis has wide application in the various fields such psychology, medical diagnosis, recruitment of staff, career counseling, writer identification, forensics studies etc. This paper provides an outline of handwriting analysis, features of handwriting, its related personality traits, overview of the handwriting analysis system (HAS) and a literature survey of the exist

Keywords: handwriting, handwriting analysis, personality, handwriting faetures , graphology

Pages: 85 - 89 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-33

15. COMPUTER AIDED ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL

Authors: MOSTAFA , AHMED OMAR , NAEEM , MOHAMED ELSHEIKH

Abstract: IT tools are currently employed in almost every aspect of our ive, and are being interwoven in almost every field of specialization. The enrollment of computer applications in the workflow of the AEC industry’s fields, increases the work competition and continuously upgrades the benchmarks of such fields. Computer Aided Environmental Control (CAEC) applications might be well known by architects and designers, however, there are some challenges that limit the use of such applications and it needs to be better understood and challenges need to be resolved to facilitate more engaging approaches and inclusion in the workflow.

Keywords: EC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction), CAEC (Computer Aided Environmental Control), computer applications, energy simulation, envelope system, solar/climate analysis

Pages: 22 - 28 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-157-3-05

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