16th Annual Conference



16thAnnual Conference of Vijñāna Parishad of India

&

National Symposium  

On

Mathematical & Computational Modeling

24-26, May-2013



ORGANIZED BY

Institute of Basic Science, Khandari Campus

Dr B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra



Theme of the Conference

A mathematical model is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and language. The process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical modeling. Mathematical models are used not only in the natural sciences (such as physics, biology, earth science, meteorology) and engineering disciplines (e.g. computer science, artificial intelligence), but also in the social sciences (such as economics, psychology, sociology and political science); physicists, engineers, statisticians, operations research analysts and economists use mathematical models most extensively. In the recent years, there have been exciting developments in the world of Modeling, therefore the main object of this annual conference of Vijñāna Parishad of India is to bring students, academicians, scientist, and industrialist together on one platform to interact each other, share knowledge, exchange views and develop fruitful applications for the industries and research. It also aims to bridge the gap between Industry and Academic. The main areas of the conference are, but not limited to :
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Computational Modeling
  • Fuzzy Modeling
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Soft Computing & Network Security
  • Complex Analysis & Applications
 
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Conference Schedule
 

INAUGURAL FUNCTION  (MAY 24, 2013)
             
SN Session Venue Time Speaker Chair  
1 Registratioon J P SABHAGAR 8.30-­‐9.45      
2 Inaugural J P SABHAGAR 10.00-­‐11.00      
3 Hi-­‐Tea J P SABHAGAR 11.00-­‐11.30      
4 Keynote 1 J P SABHAGAR 11.30-­‐12.30 Prof. S.B. Nimse Prof. B.S. Rajput  
5 Keynote 2 J P SABHAGAR 12.30-­‐1.30 Prof. A.K. Agarwal Prof. B.S. Rajput  
6 Lunch J P SABHAGAR 1.30-­‐2.30      
7 Invited Talk 1 J P SABHAGAR 2.30-­‐3.15 Prof. B.S. Rajput Prof. S. L. Singh  
8 Invited Talk 2 J P SABHAGAR 3.15-­‐4.00 Prof. G.S.Khadeker Prof. S. L. Singh  
9 Tea J P SABHAGAR 4.00-­‐4.15      
10 Invited Talk 3 J P SABHAGAR 4.15-­‐4.50 Prof. J. Jena Prof. S.B. Nimse  
11 Invited Talk 4 J P SABHAGAR 4.50-­‐5.25 Prof. N.Ch.S. Iyenger Prof. S.B. Nimse  
12 Invited Talk 5 J P SABHAGAR 5.25-­‐6.00 Prof. Vijai Gupta Prof. S.B. Nimse  
             
DAY 2 SYMPOSIA , INVITED TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS ( MAY 25,2013)
             
SN Session Venue Time Speaker Chair  
13 Prof. RD Agarwal Symposium MSR 9.30-­‐10.00 Prof. V.P. Saxena Prof. V.P. Saxena  
14     10.00-­‐10.30 Prof. M.A. Pathan    
15     10.30-­‐11.00 Prof. Renu Jain    
16     11.00-­‐11.30 Dr. Manoj Sharma/Dr. Hemant Kumar  
17 Tea   11.30-­‐11.45      
18 Prof. S.P. Singh Symposium MSR 11.45-­‐12.15 Prof. M.C. Joshi Prof. M.C. Joshi  
19     12.15-­‐12.45 Prof. S.L. Singh    
20     12.45-­‐1.15 Prof. Renu Chugh    
21     1.15-­‐1.45 Prof. Vinod Mishra    
22 Paper Presentation 1 MSR-­‐1 9.30-­‐11.30   Prof. N.R. Garg  
  Bio-­‐Model 1 103 Periasamy Anbu Chhenai  Bio Models A MATHEMATICAL APPROACH FOR EXTRACELLULAR  KERATINASE
PRODUCTION FROM POULTRY FARM ISOLATE OF SCOPULARIOPSIS BREVICAULIS
    108 Rekha Bali Kanpur Bio Models MATHEMATICAL STUDY OF DIFFUSION OF NANO PARTICLES  IN SMALL BLOOD
VESSELS
    119 Shikha Singh Kanpur Bio Models AN SIR MODEL TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON
THE SPREAD OF CARRIER DEPENDENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    120 Sudheer K Sharma Agra Bio Models MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF THE TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT GROWTH OF
LIVING SYSTEMS
    121 Shyam Sunder Kanpur Bio Models ANALYSIS OF A NONLINEAR MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR THE REMOVAL OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM THE ATMOSPHERE BY INTRODUCING LIQUID SPECIES
    135 Deepshikha Dixit Agra Bio Models MATHEMATICAL MODELLING FOR CHEMOTHERAPY OF TUMOR GROWTH WITH
ASPECT OF BIOLOGICAL STOICHIOMETRY
    136 Sandhya Faridabad Bio Models A MATHEMATICAL MODEL ON GLUCOSE-INSULIN  REGULATORY SYSTEM  WITH
THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
    138 Archana Dixit Mathura Bio Models MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR THE EFFECT OF HEAT  TRANSFER ON
OSCILLATORY BLOOD FLOW IN A CONSTRICTED TUBE
    139 Agraj Gupta Faridabad Bio Models A STUDY OF NON-NEWTONIAN  BLOOD IN A CONSTRICTED TUBE
    143 Puskar Raj Pokhre Kathmandu Bio Models GENERAL EIGEN VALUES AND WAVE SPEEDS FOR TWO PHASE MASS
FLOWS: SUPERCRITICAL AND SUBCRITICAL FLOWS
23 Paper Presentation 2 MSR-­‐2 9.30-­‐11.30   Dr. Manju Sharma  
  Stochastic Modelling and Inventory 101 R.C.Tripathi Noida Stochastic Modelling A STUDY OF OBJECT ORIENTED SOFTWARE RELIABILITY MODELS
    110 A.K. Mishra Gwalior Stochastic Modelling QUEUEING ANALYSIS OF A MACHINE REPAIR SYSTEM WITH WARM SPARES
AND MULTIPLE N-POLICY VACATIONS FOR REPAIRMEN
    118 Shyam veer Dhang Agra Stochastic Modelling A STUDY EMPHASIS ON THE ANALYSIS OF A 2 OUT OF 3 UNIT SYSTEM WITH
DELAYED ACTIVATION
    123 Shipra Tripathi Lucknow Stochastic Modelling A SURVEY OF QUALITY OF SERVICE ROUTING APPROACHES FOR MOBILE AD
HOC NETWORKS
    178 Sadhna Singh Agra Stochastic Modelling THE NEURAL NETWORK MODEL OF THE R-OUT-OF-N: F SYSTEM
    186 Pree* Tomar Meerut Stochastic Modelling TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A MACHINE REPAIR SYSTEM WITH STANDBY,
TWO MODES OF FAILURE, DISCOURAGEMENT, AND SWITCHING FAILURE
    195 Sadhna Golash Agra Stochastic Modelling ON BULK ARRIVAL QUEUES WITH CONSTANT SERVICE TIME
    201 supriya maheshwa Agra Stochastic Modelling MACHINE REPAIR PROBLEM WITH MIXED SPARES, BALKING AND
RENEGING
    205 Vandana Rathore Agra Stochastic Modelling FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING CELL WITH COMMON CAUSE FAILURE
AND UNRELIABLE SYSTEM
24 Tea   11.30-­‐11.45      
25 Paper Presentation 3 MSR-­‐1 11.45-­‐1.45   Prof. B.K.Das  
  Fix Point 105 Ram Krishan Pauri Garhwal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR HYBRID CONTRACTION WITHOUT CONTINUITY
    107 Anupam Sharma Aligarh Fixed Point UNIFYING A MULTITUDE OF METRICAL FIXED POINT THEOREMS IN
SYMMETRIC SPACES
    111 Umesh C. Gairola Pauri Garhwal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR GENERALIZED WEAK HYBRID CONTRACTION
    113 Poonam Gosain Jaipur Fixed Point COMPOSITE ASYMPTOTIC REGULARITY AND COMMON FIXED POINTS
    116 Amardeep Singh Bhopal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREM USING SEMI-COMPATIBILITY            AND WEAK-
COMPATIBILITY IN INTUITIONISTIC                     FUZZY METRIC SPACE
    140 Rohit Pathak Indore Fixed Point COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR FINITE NUMBER OF MAPPINGS IN
SYMMETRIC SPACES
    148 Mona Verma Bhopal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR R- WEAK COMMUTING MAPPING OF TYPE
(A_G ) MAPS IN FUZZY METRIC SPACE SATISFYING INTEGRAL TYPE INEQUALITY
    162 Pooja Sharma Bhopal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREM OF SEMI COMPATIBLE MAPS ON MENGER SPACE
    163 R.S. Chandel Bhopal Fixed Point FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR R- WEAK COMMUTATING MAPPING OF
TYPE (AG) MAPS IN FUZZY METRIC SPACE SATISFYING INTEGRAL TYPE INEQUALITY
    168 Saurabh Manro Patiyala Fixed Point SOME COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREMS IN COMPLEX-VALUED
METRIC SPACES USING IMPLICIT RELATION
    185 Chetna Kothari Jaora Fixed Point COMMON FIXED POINT THEOREM IN  2-METRIC SPACES
    187 Bhawana Deshpan Ratlam Fixed Point MPATIBLE AND NONCOMPATIBLE MAPPINS IN ÖXED POINT CONSIDERATI
    204 Ram Milan Singh Bhopal Fixed Point SOME FIXED POINT THEOREMS ON INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY      METRIC
SPACES WITH IMPLICIT RELATION
             
26 Paper Presentation 4 MSR-­‐2 11.45-­‐1.45   Prof. J. Jena  
  Fuzzy Applications 109 Raj Kumar Agra Fuzzy Applications FUZZY EXPERT SYSTEM FOR THE VALIDATION AND AUTHENTICITY OF CLAIM
PROCESS
    112 Hemelata Jain Agra Fuzzy Applications A FUZZY APPROACH TO CALCULATE THE SIZE OF UNDERGROUND ECONOMY
    130 Amendra Singh Agra Fuzzy Applications A FUZZY RULE BASED MODEL FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER
    142 Ajay Kumar Jha Agra Fuzzy Applications STRATEGY FOR TRADING SYSTEM; A FUZZY LOGIC APPROACH
    156 Om Prakash AGRA Fuzzy Applications APPLICATIONS OF FUZZY GEOMETRICAL-ARITHMETICAL
PROGRESSION
    158 Uday Sharma Delhi Fuzzy Applications A COMPUTATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR SOLVING A NON-CONVEX MULTI-
OBJECTIVE QUADRATIC PROGRAMMING UNDER FUZZY ENVIRONMENT
    159 Chavi Gupta Gurgaon Fuzzy Applications BI - LEVEL MULTI - OBJECTIVE LINEAR PROGRAMMING UNDER
INTUITIONISTIC FUZZY ENVIRONMENT
    160 Reena Agra Fuzzy Applications A FUZZY GAUSSIAN MEMBERSHIP FUNCTION TO OBSERVE THE RISK OF
CANCELLATION OF POLICIES
    174 Neelam Singh Agra Fuzzy Applications FUZZY EXPERT SYSTEM APPROACH TO DECIDE THE HEALTH
INSURANCE PREMIUM
    177 Kushal Pal Singh Agra Fuzzy Applications FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM TO CALCULATE THE INSURANCE PREMIUM
OF A CARDIAC PATIENT
27 Lunch   1.45-­‐2.45      
28 Invited Talk 6 MSR 2.45-­‐3.25 Prof. Karmeshu Prof. N.Ch.S Iyenger PROF. J.N. KAPUR MEMORAIL TALK
29 Invited Talk 7 MSR 3.25-­‐4.05 Prof. D.S. Hooda Prof. N.Ch.S Iyenger  
30 InvitedTalk 8 Edusat 2.45-­‐3.25 Prof. G.S. Khandekar Prof. Rajiv Srivastava  
31 Invited Talk 9 Edusat 3.25-­‐4.05 Prof. Manohar Lal Prof. Rajiv Srivastava  
32 Tea   4.05-­‐4.20      
33 Paper Presentation 5 MSR 4.20-­‐5.30   Prof. Renu Chugh  
  Complex and crypto(6)          
    122 Meghna Katara Mathura Complex & Bicomplex COMPLEX  ANALYSIS  ITS  APPLICATIONS
    153 Sukhdeo Singh Phagwara Complex & Bicomplex SOME RESULTS ON COMPACTNESS IN THE BICOMPLEX SPACE
    161 Jogendra Rampur Complex & Bicomplex ON A CLASS OF ENTIRE FUNCTIONS REPRESENTED BY BICOMPLEX
DIRICHLET SERIES
    125 Giriraj K. Verma Agra Cryptotology A NEW ID-BASED BLIND SIGNATURE SCHEME WITH MESSAGE RECOVERY
    169 Kuldeep Bhardaj Agra Cryptotology CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROTOCOLS (SECURITY AND COMPOSITION)
    171 K K Goyal Agra Cryptotology ON THE SECURITY ASPECTS OF DIFFERENT HASH-BASED PASSWORD
AUTHENTICATION SCHEMES
             
  Paper Presentation 6 Edusat 4.20-­‐5.30   Prof.M.C. Joshi  
  Diffrential Equations 102 Kapil Pal Jaipur Diffrential Equations SYMMETRIES AND THE DIFFERENTIAL FORM FOR HYPERBOLIC HEAT
EQUATION
    114 Piyush Tiwari Bilaspur Diffrential Equations MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF BEZIER SURFACES SURFACE FOR EFFICIENT
TOOL PATH
    115 Sonali Sain Guna Diffrential Equations EXPONENTIALLY FITTED DIFFERENCE SCHEME FOR SINGULAR
PERTURBATION PROBLEM
    117 Devendra Chouha Indore Diffrential Equations SOLVING MULTI-ORDER LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR FRACTIONAL
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION BY CHEBYSHEV WAVELET
    134 Rajendra K.Ray Mandi Diffrential Equations AN EFFICIENT HIGHER ORDER ACCURATE SCHEME FOR 2D ELLIPTIC
EQUATIONS WITH DISCONTINUOUS  COEFFICIENTS AND SINGULAR SOURCE TERMS
    199 Sonali Saini Guna Diffrential Equations EXPONENTIALLY FITTED DIFFERENCE SCHEME FOR SINGULAR
PERTURBATION PROBLEM
             
35 Paper Presentation 7   4.20-­‐5.30   Prof. Vijai Gupta  
  Special Functional Analysis(9)          
    126 Farooq Ahmed Sh Gwalior Special Functions GENERALIZED FUNCTIONS FOR THE FRACTIONAL CALCULUS AND DIRICHLET
AVERAGES
    127 S.S.Chauhan Orai Special Functions INTEGRALS  INVOLVING MULTIPLE HYPERGEOMETRIC  FUNCTIONS OF
SEVERAL VARIABLES THROUGH DIFFERENCE OPERATORS TECNIQUES
    128 Shailja Sengar Orai Special Functions GENERATIC RELATIONS : TAYLOR’S AND MACLAURINE’S SERIES EXPANTIONS
OF MULTIPLE HYPERGEOMETRIC  FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
    129 Vandana Gupta Orai Special Functions APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENCE OPERATORS IN TRANSFORMATIONS  OF
MULTIPLE HYPERGEOMETRIC  FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES
    166 Prerna Sharma Ghaziabad Special Functions ON CERTAIN COMBINATIONS OF MODIFIED BETA OPERATORS
    179 Sangeeta Garg Ghaziabad Special Functions CERTAIN GENERALIZED MODIFIED BETA OPERATORS
36 VPI Meeting Guest House 5.30-­‐6.30      
             
37 Culteral Program JPS 7.30-­‐8.30      
38 Dinner JPS 8.30-­‐9.30      
             
DAY 3  INVITED TALKS , PRESENTATION AND VELIDICTORY (MAY 26,2013)
             
SN Session Venue Time Speaker Chair  
             
39 Invited Talk 9 MSR 9.30-­‐10.10 Prof. Vivek Raich Prof. V.P. Saxena  
40 Invited Talk 10 MSR 10.10-­‐10.50 Prof. N.R. Garg Prof. V.P. Saxena  
41 Invited Talk 11 Edusat 9.30-­‐10.10 Prof. B.K. Das Prof. Sunder Lal  
42 Invited Talk 12 Edusat 10.10-­‐10.50 Prof. Sushil Sharma Prof. Sunder Lal  
43 Tea   10.50-­‐11.00      
44 Paper Presentation 8 MSR 11.00-­‐1.00   Dr.M.P.Singh  
  Soft computing (10)          
    104 P. Mahesh JNTUH Soft Computing INTEGRATED VEHICLE TRACKING AND ACCIDENT ALARM SYSTEM
    131 Raj Kumar Agra Soft Computing A SURVEY ON DATA SECURITY ISSUES AND DATA SECURITY MODELS IN
CLOUD COMPUTING
    132 Sa*sh Kumar Hoshirpur Soft Computing DEVANAGARI HAND-PRINTED WORD RECOGNITION —SOME PROBLEMS AND
THEIR SOLUTIONS
    141 Kailash K Borker Bilaspur Soft Computing HEURISTIC RULE BASED PATH ANALYSIS AND PLANNING OF NON-
HOLONOMIC WHEELED MOBILE ROBOT
    164 Sarita Kadian Delhi Soft Computing A NEW MOBILE PHONE AUTHENTICATION SCHEME BASED ON
GRAPHICS
    165 Akhlak Mansuri Bhopal Soft Computing A NOTE ON HARMONIOUS CHROMATIC NUMBER OF CENTRAL GRAPH
OF WHEEL GRAPH
    176 Arvind Gupta Bhopal Soft Computing FOURIER TRANSFORM: A TOOL FOR PATTERN PROCESSING
    189 Vijay Tiwari Bilaspur Soft Computing MATHEMATICAL ALGORITHM FOR TRAJECTORY TRACKING CONTROL
OF THE ROBOT ARM USING LYAPUNOV THEOREM
    190 Karishma Dixit   Soft Computing ISOLATED INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
    207 Amit Singhal Agra Soft Computing PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF TWO ROUTING ALGORITHMS OFMOBILE
AD-HOC NETWORK
45 Paper Presentation 9 Edusat 11.00-­‐1.00   Prof. N.R. Garg  
  Bio Model-­‐2 144 Ravendra Singh Palwal Bio Models A MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO SOLVE CAUCHY REACTION DIFFUSION
EQUATION USING DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMATION METHOD AND ADOMIAN DECOMPOSITION METHOD
    146 S.S.Yadav Shikohabad Bio Models NON-NEWTONIAN FLOW OF BLOOD THROUGH ARTERIES HAVING BELL
SHAPED STENOSIS IN AN ATHEROSCLEROTIC STATE
    147 Om Prakash Agra Bio Models HEAT TRANSFER TO MHD OSCILLATORY DUSTY FLUID FLOW IN A
CHANNEL FILLED WITH A POROUS MEDIUM
    151 Chandrashekhar D Mathura Bio Models HEMATOCRIT EFFECTS OF THE AXISYMMETRIC BLOOD FLOW
THROUGH AN ARTERY WITH STENOSIS ARTERIES
    154 Dilip Kumar Jaiswa Lucknow Bio Models ANALYTICAL STUDY OF SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA WITH A
PERIODIC FLOW
    155 Atul Kumar Lucknow Bio Models ANALYTICAL APPROACH OF ONE - DIMENSIONAL SOLUTE TRANSPORT
THROUGH INHOMOGENEOUS SEMI-INFINITE POROUS DOMAIN FOR UNSTEADY FLOW: DISPERSION BEING PROPORTIONAL TO SQUARE OF VELOCITY
    173 Rajesh Johari Agra Bio Models UNSTEADY COUETTE FLOW FOR VISCO-ELASTIC MAGNETO
HYDRODYNAMIC FLUID WITH HALL CURRENT
    191 Sanjeet  Kumar Bhopal Bio Models A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR BLOOD FLOW THROUGH A NARROW
CATHETERIZED ARTERY
    196 ohd. Salim Aham Agra Bio Models FORMULATION OF BODY FORCE PROBLEM IN THE PRESENCE OF
CYLINDRICAL SHELL TYPE CRACK IN A THICK PLATE
    206 Sushil jain Agra Bio Models A NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID MODEL WITH RESISTANCE PARAMETER OF
UNIFORM AND NON-UNIFORM PORTION OF ARTERIAL STENOSIS
46 Paper Presentation 10   11.00-­‐1.00   Prof. Shradda Ingle  
    133 K. S. Rawat Tehri   DECOMPOSITION  OF CURVATURE TENSOR FIELDS IN A TACHIBANA
RECURRENT SPACE OF FIRST ORDER
    149 Rahul Yadav Sonepat   IMAGE SEGMENTATION BASED ON FCM & BHATTACHARYYA DISTANCE
    192 M.P.Singh Agra   ON W- BIRECURRENT SPACES
    197 Neena Gupta Agra   REGULARITY AND CHAOS IN STELLAR VARIABILITY
    198 R.K.Srivastava Agra   BERWALD AND LANDSBERG SPACES OF DIMENSION TWO WITH
SPECIAL  -METRIC
    200 Keer* Upadhyay Guna   ‘USEFUL’ R-NORMED INFORMATION MEASURE AND ITS PROPERTIES
47 Lunch   1.00-­‐2.00      
48 Veledictory MSR 2.00-­‐2.30   Prof. Sunder Lal  
49 Tea   2.30-­‐3.00