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MAY 2017/ Vol.13.0/ Issue-I 

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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Plant Ecology

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 1 TITLE NAME: TRADITIONAL PRE-COLONIAL PRACTICE AND IT’S ECOLOGICAL VALUE: A Case Study of Quickset Hedge
Author’s Name : Koyeu Tatou Emmanuel1*, Nnomo Douanla Roland2Anjah Mendi Grace3 And Wabo Kouam Jean Marcel4
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : CAMEROON
DOP- 05-06-2017/ Chapter-I/Page – 01-05 [ MAY ISSUE ]
Article Code : EGY-V13-I1-C1-MAY2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate, Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : Made of bushes, creepers, bamboos, stakes, thorn bushes or intertwined branches, the quickset hedge is an art, a practice observed at the colonial time in grass-field people. Reserved for man only, this practice with incontestable advantages and is transmitted through the generations, required a great skill and master of technique. This article presents on the basis of empirical data the relevance of this practice as well securely and ecologically as medicinal and economically.   click here
 The quickset hedge considered as a traditional landmark which prevented any land dispute. It secured houses against any nasty person, prevented the small livestock from escaping. Ecologically, let us note that the trees of the quickset hedge shaded the place where people could stay in case of great heat. The roots of these trees served to fix and solidify the ground and even prevented erosion. As for branches and leaves, these prevented windmill erosion. Economically, let us note that rafters grounded during the string helped to establish the roofs or the opening up of future huts. While fresh leaves and barks were used as food for livestock, the dead leaves were used as droppings. Trees of quickset hedge were used to make potions which help to eradicate several diseases in the community. This is its medicinal aspect/side. Apart from this, this article also underlines the substitution of this practice with modern fences made of breeze-block, reinforced concrete and bricks. That is why a real plead is required for a return to the quickset hedge. That return will contribute not only to maintain dips which are the real biotopes of creepers and bamboos but also to favour the ecosystem balance.Key words: quickset hedge, colonial time, grass-field, biotopes, ecosystem.

 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management

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 2 TITLE NAMEA STUDY ON IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AFFTECTING ATTRITION IN IT INDUSTRY
Author’s Name : Dr.R.Shanmugam1,* Dr.M.Vidya Sagar2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDIA
DOP- 05-06-2017/ Chapter-II/Page – 05-09 [ MAY ISSUE ]
Article Code : BM-V13-I1-C2-MAY2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Introduction : Information Technology (IT) plays an imperative role in almost every aspect of our lives. The world today has become one global village due to the widespread use of Information Technology.  click here
 It has revolutionized the way businesses are conducted today by the government and private alike. The government and business have become so reliant on IT that it is hard to imagine how they would function without it. It has become an ever increasing resource with which organizations have created and sustained their competitive advantages. But attrition of employees plays a vital role in industry. 

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Applied Science 

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 3 TITLE NAME : PASSIVITY AND ISS FOR SINGULARLY  PERTURBED  SYSTEMS  WITH EXOGENOUS  DISTURBANCE
Author’s Name : Dr. Boka Kumsa
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : ETHIOPIA
DOP- 05-06-2017/ Chapter-III/Page – 10-18 [ MAY ISSUE ]
Article Code : AS-V13-I1-C3-MAY2017 [ ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE ]
Status : Officially published  / Download: E-Certificate , Full Article (pdf)
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Abstract : This paper proposes a composite approach between passivity and ISS for singularly perturbed systems (SPSs) with an exogenous input coupled with slow and fast dynamics. The insight links between passivity and ISS are presented explicitly. click here
 We first find a linear matrix inequality (LMI) condition under which the SPSs are strictly passive on an exogenous input for all sufficiently small singular perturbation parameters, and then establish a relationship between passivity and input-to-state stability (ISS) for this SPSs with an exogenous input and the problem of designing a robust control law is addressed for such SPSs with a reference input such that the closed loop SPSs are robust passive and ISS on an exogenous input when the singular perturbation parameter is sufficiently small. To achieve this, a matrix inequality-based criterion is proposed and proved. The criterion is then converted into a LMI feasibility issue for the purpose of implementation, in which the control gain matrix is derived by solving such a LMI.Key Terms: Exogenous input,Linear matrix,Passivity,Robust,State stability,Singular perturbed

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