Journal La Multiapp

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ISSN / EISSN : 2716-3865 / 2721-1290
Published by: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
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Abbas Akram Khorsheed
Published: 26 August 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 174-197; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i4.691

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Today the whole world suffers and fears the epidemic of the Coronavirus and the developed waves in it, as we have now reached the fourth wave, and this is a serious matter. Where the statistics of the Coronavirus in the current data showed that 213 countries are affected by this epidemic, and about 6 millions of deaths are recorded. This virus spreads rapidly, and patients mainly suffer from breathing. The patient who suffers from pre-existing health problems will be more likely to contract this disease, so there was an urgent need for artificial intelligence to enter to quickly detect this virus, so the world turned to deep learning, which is one of the most powerful methods and techniques for classification because of its use of Bayas Rule, where there is no possibility of error. This paper proposes CNN (Convolutional Neural Networks) and PNN (Proprestitc Neural Networks) mixed tomography scanning model to classify Covid-19 images, the proposed network called the CNN-PNN model. The CNN-PNN model can use CNN to compute the dependency and continuity features of the output of the middle layer of the PNN model, and correlate the properties of these middle levels with the final full network to predict the classification.
Ayodele Hephibah, Oluwafemi Ilesanmi Banjo, Moses Oluwamuyiwa Olla
Published: 26 August 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 162-173; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i4.687

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The use of Voice over Wireless Local Area Network is seeing a meteoric rise in popularity as a result of its simplicity, non-intrusiveness, and cheap cost of implementation, as well as its low cost of maintenance, universal coverage, and fundamental roaming capabilities. Nevertheless, deploying Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) over Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is a challenging task for many network managers, architects, planners, designers, and engineers. Because of this, there is a need for a guideline to design, model, and simulate the network before it is deployed. In this work, a variety of models, including mathematical, theoretical, statistical, and graphical models, that are used to measure the quality and features of VoIP are discussed.
Muna Abdul Hussain Radhi
Published: 26 August 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 198-206; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i4.692

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In the medical field, brain classification is an effective technique for identifying a person through his brain print based on the hidden biometrics of high specificity included in the magnetic resonance images(MRI) of the brain, as this privacy strongly contributes to the issue of verification and identification of the person. In this paper, the brain print is extracted from the MRI obtained from 50 healthy people, which were passed through several pre-processing techniques in order to be used in the classification stage through convolutional neural network model, among those pre-classification stages, data collection after extracting the influential features for each image, which was based on linear discrimination analysis (LDA). The experimental results showed the importance of using LDA for feature extraction and adoption as input for K-NN and CNN classifiers. The classifiers proved successful in the classification if the features extracted with the help of LDA were adopted. Where CNN had the ability to classify with an accuracy of 99%, 82% for K-NN. The final stage in identifying a person through a brain fingerprint relied mainly on the model's success in classifying and predicting the remaining data in the testing stage.
José Emilio Camejo Cuán, Rubén Ramos Heredia, Roger Proenza Yero, José Felipe Vigil
Published: 26 August 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 155-161; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i4.683

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The work addresses the main socio-technological aspects of the electrification process with photovoltaic solar technology , during 25 years of exploitation,  in the rural community "Santa María del Loreto" and its necessary relationship with its beneficiaries, where participation, training and the use of resource rules such as those main variables that favor the assimilation of this technology, modifying habits and customs of the users in terms of energy consumption in a collectivist manner, which have allowed the promotion of endogenous capacities for the community appropriation of photovoltaic technology in substitution of a Diesel Generators, as an electrification route.
Ola Austin Oshin
Published: 26 August 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 131-154; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i4.674

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The countries that are most energy-consuming, where there are industrial developments, where the energy demand is highest are the advanced and developing countries in the world (Mustafa, 2018). For instance, the average power per capital (watts per person) in the United States is 1,377 Watts. In Canada, it is as high as 1,704 Watts per person and in South Africa; it is 445 Watts per person. The average power per capital in Australia is 1,112 Watts and in New Zealand it is 1,020 W per person. Whereas, the average power per capital (watts per person) in Nigeria is 14 W per person. (Austin, O. O et.al, 2020). Also, power supply in many parts of Africa is erratic and characterized with a lot of faults and outages. In Nigeria, it is estimated that only 40 % of Nigerians are connected to the national grid and the connected population are exposed to frequent power outages (Abubakar et al, 2015, Austin O.A, 2020). Unfortunately, the effects of incessant power supply have destroyed many industrial activities, reduced employment and has increased crime activities in many parts of the continent (Africa). Therefore, in order to provide urgent solution to these problems and satisfy the high energy demand in African residential and industrial environments, electrical energy should be reliable, affordable, effective, and sustainable. This calls for an urgent establishment of alternative Renewable Hybrid Power Supply System which will provide continuous, reliable and effective power supply to the consumers.
Meseret Cherkos Tessema, Abdenie Tuke, A.N. Mohamad, Kasim Rabayo, Kumera Taele Yadeta
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 84-92; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i3.655

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In Twenty century, Partial Differential Equations (PDE) are solved by Numerical Approach such as Adam – Smith Methods, Numerical Simulation Methods, Finite Difference methods etc., In this article we discuss about difficulties of solve either Differential equations or PDE in 3 – Dimensional cases. So that we discuss only 1 – Dimensional Multigrid Methods (M. M) and we discuss about M. M.  Errors, Corrections, Type of grid such as Coarse Grid (C. G) and Fine Grid (F. G), Smoothing, non – smoothing approximation of C. G. Finally, we explain that M. G. M. works by decomposing problem into separate length scale and also using an iterative method. This method optimizes errors deduction in the length scales globally. In Multigrid Methods (MgM) several sub – routines must be developed to pass the data from C. G to F. G (Interpolation) from F. G to C. G (Reduction) and correction of the error at each grid interval (Smoothing), simply we have results reaction as (Reduction)C.G⇄F.G (Interpolation).
Moses Oluwamuyiwa Olla, Akinsanmi Olaitan, Oluwafemi Ilesanmi Banjo, Oluwole Sunday Ayodele
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 118-130; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i3.671

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It would be noticed that the rate at which people are demanding for satellite services has drastically increased due to increment in population. However, one of the apprehensions of satellite telecommunication engineer is the effects imposed on the earth-to space path link by gaseous attenuation. The research conducted in this paper bordered about investigation with comparison of prediction models for gas attenuation in the six locations in Nigeria, with each of the location taken from six geopolitical within the country. The cities considered for the analysis are: Kaduna (), Lagos (), Abuja (), Portharcort (), Enugu () and Bauchi (). Five-year radiosonde data were used in predicting gas attenuation in the cities selected which represent the geographical characteristics of each zone. Monthly variation of tropospheric components for each zone were computed. Influence of gas attenuation at different frequency bands for each zone were analysed. The results indicated that at clear-sky scenario, gas attenuation effects are still seen on satellite communication. Therefore, this research work would provide the needed statistical data of gas attenuation which would be of tremendous advantage for the link designers for their subsequent planning and design of good telecommunication systems in the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria.
Yasmin Makki Mohialden, Nadia Mahmood Hussien, Sundos Abdulameer Hameed
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 104-112; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i3.648

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With the increasing complexity of programs comes an increased focus on ensuring the quality of these programs. Essentially, it depends on improving the methods of testing the quality of these programs in the two phases of building these programs and after their operation. Therefore, we are developing software testing methods and methodologies. This paper aims to discuss software testing methods and their classifications according to their main properties and any software that suits each method. The majority of the literature on software testing methods and techniques is also included.
Nadia Mahmood Hussien, Yasmin Makki Mohialden
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 113-117; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i3.658

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As a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, there has been an increase in the demand for electronic education apps in schools and colleges in recent years. The purpose of this paper is to develop an educational application for chemistry students at different levels of study that will allow them to obtain precise information on chemical substances in a timely and safe manner. This program uses a web scraping technique by applied a  RESRful API to extract information from websites, which is then sent to the student's account. Furthermore, due to the use of the Internet of Things, the application  has an anti-explosives and narcotics property using (IOT). The application can retrieve and save information entered by the user on chemical compounds with a high level of security. The medication's chemical formula, as well as the covalent and ionic bonding of compounds, can be displayed. It also has a database that lists all of the hazardous substances. If a user enters a dangerous compound containing narcotics more than four times, an alarm message is sent to the administrator via the Internet of Things.
Pardeep Kumar
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 3, pp 93-103; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v3i3.650

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In the presence of a magnetic field, a thermosolutal convection is postulated to occur in a compressible Rivlin-Ericksen viscoelastic fluid in a porous media. The dispersion relation is found by using the linear stability theory and the normal mode analysis approach, respectively. In the scenario of stationary convection, it was discovered that compressibility, magnetic fields, and steady solute gradients all serve to delay the beginning of the convection process, but medium permeability serves to speed up the beginning of the convection process. In addition to this, it has been discovered that the system is reliable for [equation not detected by OJS] and under the condition  [equation not detected by OJS]. The system goes into an unstable state. Overstability has also been looked at from the perspective of a scenario in which sufficient circumstances are met to rule out the possibility of the phenomenon occurring. It has been discovered that the steady gradient of the solute and the magnetic field both induce oscillatory modes into the system.
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