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  • Cash Dispenser With Finger Sensor

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    CASH DISPENSER WITH FINGER SENSOR PROBLEM STATEMENT According to World Bank, roughly 2 billion people around the world do not have access to formal sources of banking and financial services, or more than 50% of small and mediumsized businesses (SMEs) worldwide lack adequate access to credit. Despite the India’s meteoric GDP growth rate (about 9%), poverty in India is still pervasive; especially in rural areas where 70% of India’s 1.2 billion population live. It is one of the fastest growing economies

  • Reflection in Iris Murdoch's Under the Net

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    Reflection in Iris Murdoch's Under the Net   In her novel Under the Net, Iris Murdoch examines the nature of reality through the thoughts and relationships of the novel's main character, Jake Donaghue. A recurring theme in the novel is the idea of reflection, in both senses of the word: Jake is continually thinking about ideas, and he is also forever trying to see himself as he really is. Many of the instances of reflection in the novel occur near rivers or are connected in some way to currents

  • Personal Identity In Iris Murdoch's Under The Net

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    but this begs the question of what it means to be yourself. There are obvious physical aspects we each have like height, race, and gender, but those attributes do not really answer the question of who someone is, rather they answer what someone is. Iris Murdoch attempts to get to the core of this question of how personal identity develops in Under the Net. Through the lens of the protagonist Jake Donaghue, Murdoch establishes that identity is not a function of language but of relationships. Verbal

  • Ethics In The Good Apprentice

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    The main aim of the present article is to show how Iris Murdoch’s works, both philosophical and literary, deal with finding out what is really held to be Good and explore the relation between art and morals. The essence of moral philosophy is her idea of the good in her novel The Good Apprentice because human beings are free creatures. This good is indefinable precisely because it differs for each person. The idea of good has in common for all human beings is that, in order to be true and it must

  • Application of Biometrics Science beyond Home Security

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    Biometrics science is automatic techniques of identifying a human being based on either a behavior vise or physic vise characteristic. Biometric technologies are of many kind such as dynamic signature verification,/iris scanning, DNA recognition, face-shape identification, voice recognition and fingerprint validation. Biometric identification is more powerful to lower technology identification techniques in common use today – likely passwords, key, cards, tokens, PIN numbers and smart cards. In exisisting

  • Annotated Bibliography On Gsm Systems

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    5. GSM MODULE A. Introduction This is a plug and play GSM Modem with a simple to serial interface. It is use for sending SMS, Calling (Answer and decline calls), and other GSM operations that are controlled by simple AT commands from micro controllers and computers. Highly popular SIM300 module is used for all operations. It comes with a standard RS232 interface for easy interface of modem to micro controllers and computers. The modem consists of external circuitry like the power regulation

  • Shanghai And Nanking: A Short Story

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    In 1937 Japan committed one of the bloodiest battles in history. A three month process had overtaken both Shanghai and Nanking. Months prior to the actual massacre, Japan sent over 100 air raids into both Nanking and Shanghai to kill endless civilians before they had even arrived. This helped sweep out the land to create less survivors. Japan rounded up thousands of Chinese men, women, and children only to slaughter them mercilessly. Women in China would shave their heads to look like the men and

  • The Visual Recognition Of Image Patterns

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    suitable transform domain. Whether the goal is classification or recognition, a measure of similarity or distance must be formulated and the success rate of the system evaluated. Some of the application areas of computer vision are: 1.1.1. Robotics The visual recognition of image patterns is a fundamental human attribute that uses the eye as a sensor and dedicated parts of the brain as the decision making processor. The visual recognition enables humans to perform a variety of tasks such as target identification

  • Finger Print Recognition and Image Enhancement Using Matlab

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    A PROJECT REPORT ON “FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION AND IMAGE ENHANCEMENT USING MATLAB” Submitted in partial fulfillment Of the requirements for the award of the degree in BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING SUBMITTED BY: SHAKTI ABHISHEK- 0803112 SATISH GOYAL - 0803064 ROHIT DASH - 0803086 MD. IRFAN ARIF RAHMAN - 0803117 [pic] DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING GANDHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY Biju Patnaik University

  • An Interactive Mobile Based Speaker Veri Cation Application

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    innovative mobile-based Speaker Veri cation Application System used on smart phone and the state of art i-vector based approach which is applied as the main recognition framework. As a real world application, the tech- nology of Speaker Veri cation is often restricted to have access to limit duration speech data in enroll- ment and recognition phase companied with the pres- ence of intra-speaker and channel variability. In re- cent years, i-vector based factor analysis approach has been proven to