Publisher Advanced International Journals of Research (AIJR)

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Itch Intarapoom, Orawan Srisompun, Naris Sinsiri
Advanced Journal of Social Science, Volume 4, pp 11-17; doi:10.21467/ajss.4.1.11-17

Babu Ram Tiwari, Mukul Kumar
International Annals of Science, Volume 5, pp 47-51; doi:10.21467/ias.5.1.47-51

Abstract:We investigate the nature of monthly sunspot numbers and solar flux F10.7 by employing the linear and multiple regression techniques. We observed a brilliant correlation between monthly mean sunspot number and F10.7. We observed that even in deep solar minimum there exist some magnetic activities. We obtained the coefficient of determination R2 to be 0.9533. We estimated the correlation coefficient for solar flux F10.7 and sunspot number to be 0.97. We extrapolated the F10.7 back to the year 1700 and observed a good correspondence between the modelled F10.7 and sunspot nature. We also found a very good correspondence between the modelled and observed solar flux F10.7.
Ellin Carlina
Advanced Journal of Social Science, Volume 4, pp 1-7; doi:10.21467/ajss.4.1.1-7

Abstract:The learning process of science requires teaching which gives students the opportunity to be active in direct experience learning and thinking about the problems in real-life. However, science learning method that is widely used so far only conventionally, so it has not accommodated students in providing direct experience and solutions to real life problems. In order to realize the science learning that allows students to build their own understanding of real life problems, suitable learning model is needed and one of which is project-based learning. This research was conducted to know the effectiveness of science project-based learning which is integrated with natural potential of Baruppu’ in Junior High School students’ environmental literacy skills. Sample consisted of 50 students in grade VII of SMPN 1 Baruppu’. Quasi-experimental with Non-equivalent Control-Group Design was used to know the effectiveness of learning model in student’s environmental literacy skills: cognitive skill and environmental affect components. The study design consists of two groups: 26 students of class VIIA as experimental group and 24 students of class VIIB as control group. Data collected consisted of scores that measured cognitive skill and scores from environmental affect survey. Data analysed utilizing an independent samples t-test to determine any differences in environmental literacy skills between experimental and control groups after treatment. The result showed that the science project-based learning which is integrated with natural potential of Baruppu’ was effective to promoted student’s environmental literacy skills.
Mukul Kumar, Babu Ram Tiwari
Advanced Journal of Social Science, Volume 4, pp 8-10; doi:10.21467/ajss.4.1.8-10

Abstract:The motivation of the present article is to focus on the enhancement of teaching and learning in Physics. This article emphasizes on the implementation of simulation and visualization techniques for physics teaching. A class is a union of different kind of students from different backgrounds and capabilities of learning. Some of them may visualize the problem in their mind while some of them may not. In that case, to better understand the problem, visualization of the problem may help the students to understand and to make an attempt at solving it.
Mihail-Iulian Plesa, Togan Mihai
Advanced Journal of Graduate Research, Volume 4, pp 59-67; doi:10.21467/ajgr.4.1.59-67

Abstract:The model of quantum computation has advanced very quickly in the last years. This model brings with it an efficient algorithm for factoring, namely the Shor algorithm. This means that the public key infrastructure will soon be obsolete. In this paper we propose a new quantum cryptographic scheme which aims to replace the RSA algorithm from current public key infrastructures. We analyze the security of our scheme and also, we describe the implementation of the scheme using IBM Q SDK, qiskit. We run a number of experiments in order to build a proof of concept application that uses the proposed scheme.
Arpitha Y C, Bhargavi A G, Mahima K T, Nagavi K K, Meenakshi H N
NCICCNDA; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.74

Anushree S A, Chandana S, Pallavi M Hegde, Pooja M M, P Raviraj
NCICCNDA; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.7

Bhagirathi Bai V, Aishwarya P, Akhil G, Kevin T, Shardul
NCICCNDA; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.51

Aishwarya More, Monisha S, P Sahithi, Varshini Vinay Vittal
NCICCNDA; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.19

Aashika Rajesh, Apoorva S, Harshini G, Keerthana Yadunath, Shruti B M
NCICCNDA; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.30

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