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University of Engineering & Management

EducationKolkata, India
About: University of Engineering & Management is a education organization based out in Kolkata, India. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Quantum dot cellular automaton & Antenna (radio). The organization has 748 authors who have published 557 publications receiving 2069 citations.

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TL;DR: This study analyses the impact of power structures and strategic inventory on the development-intensive and marginal-cost-intensive green product types under three procurement strategies and suggests that in the manufacturer-Stackelberg game, the retailer retains strategic inventory to earn higher profits.
Abstract: This study analyses the impact of power structures and strategic inventory on the development-intensive and marginal-cost-intensive green product types under three procurement strategies. The resul...

86 citations

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01 Jan 2018
TL;DR: Proposed solutions that can be integrated into the drone using Raspberry Pi 3 B module, if integrated with various Machine Learning and Internet of Things concepts, can help in increasing the scope of further improvement.
Abstract: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are becoming more and more popular to meet the demands of increased population and agriculture. Drones equipped with appropriate cameras, sensors and integrating modules will help in achieving easy, efficient, precision agriculture. The proposed solutions related to these drones, if integrated with various Machine Learning and Internet of Things concepts, can help in increasing the scope of further improvement. In this paper, the related work in this field has been highlighted along with proposed solutions that can be integrated into the drone using Raspberry Pi 3 B module.

83 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a review on the microbial nano-techniques that were used to produce various metallic and non-metallic nanoparticles and their "signal jamming effects" to inhibit biofilm formation is presented.
Abstract: The emergence of bacterial resistance to antibiotics has led to the search for alternate antimicrobial treatment strategies. Engineered nanoparticles (NPs) for efficient penetration into a living system have become more common in the world of health and hygiene. The use of microbial enzymes/proteins as a potential reducing agent for synthesizing NPs has increased rapidly in comparison to physical and chemical methods. It is a fast, environmentally safe, and cost-effective approach. Among the biogenic sources, fungi and bacteria are preferred not only for their ability to produce a higher titer of reductase enzyme to convert the ionic forms into their nano forms, but also for their convenience in cultivating and regulating the size and morphology of the synthesized NPs, which can effectively reduce the cost for large-scale manufacturing. Effective penetration through exopolysaccharides of a biofilm matrix enables the NPs to inhibit the bacterial growth. Biofilm is the consortia of sessile groups of microbial cells that are able to adhere to biotic and abiotic surfaces with the help extracellular polymeric substances and glycocalyx. These biofilms cause various chronic diseases and lead to biofouling on medical devices and implants. The NPs penetrate the biofilm and affect the quorum-sensing gene cascades and thereby hamper the cell-to-cell communication mechanism, which inhibits biofilm synthesis. This review focuses on the microbial nano-techniques that were used to produce various metallic and non-metallic nanoparticles and their "signal jamming effects" to inhibit biofilm formation. Detailed analysis and discussion is given to their interactions with various types of signal molecules and the genes responsible for the development of biofilm.

81 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
01 Oct 2016
TL;DR: This whole system using Internet of Things (iot) will allow mobile devices and computers to remotely control all the functions and features of home appliances from anywhere around the world using the internet connection.
Abstract: In this era of digitization and automation, the life of human beings is getting simpler as almost everything is automatic, replacing the old manual systems. Nowadays humans have made internet an integral part of their everyday life without which they are helpless. Internet of things (iot) provides a platform that allows devices to connect, sensed and controlled remotely across a network infrastructure. In this paper we focus on home automation using smart phone and computer. The iot devices controls and monitors the electronic electrical and the mechanical systems used in various types of buildings. The devices connected to the cloud server are controlled by a single admin which facilitate a number of users to which a number of sensor and control nodes are connected. The admin can access and control all the nodes connected to each user but a single user can control only the nodes to which the user itself is connected. This whole system using Internet of Things (iot) will allow mobile devices and computers to remotely control all the functions and features of home appliances from anywhere around the world using the internet connection. The system designed is economical and can be expanded as it allows connection and controlling of a number of different devices.

79 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the optimal retail pricing and procurement decision of a retailer, and wholesale pricing and product's greening level decision under two-period supply chain frameworks were investigated in a manufacturer-Stackelberg vertical game setting.

74 citations


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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202315
202237
2021157
202078
2019101
201853