ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Secret Information Steganography Using LSB Insertion Methodwithout Bit Layout Section with Increasing Substitution Rate and High Reliability
In this paper, a faster method for embedding cryptographic information in the image ispresented by expressing the concept of latent prints (Steganography). Data is encrypted bytwo methods before embedding to increase reliability. Then they are embedded into the imageby a button, a method has been expressed to reduce potential noise impact on the wayinformation is encoded.
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Substitution
Steganography
Cryptography
LSB
Farhad
Narimani
f-narimani @iau-ahar.ac.ir
true
1
AUTHOR
Mohammad Esmaeel
Akbari
makbari@tabrizu.ac.ir
true
2
AUTHOR
Hamid
Vahdati
h_vahdaty@yahoo.com
true
3
AUTHOR
[1] Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard E. Woods
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"Digital Image Processing", 3rd edition, 2007
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Abdolmaleki, Majid Megdadi, " Secret
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Information Steganography Using LSB
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Insertion Method ", 5th National Conference of
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Iranian command and control,Azar 1390.
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Steganography" ,Auerbach Publications, 2004
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Permutation Instructions for Accelerating
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Software Cryptography", Proceedings of the
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pp. 138-148, July 2000.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Improvement of Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) in Artificial Heart Using Particle Swarm Optimization
In this approach, the Left ventricular assist pump for patients with left ventricular failure isused. The failure of the left ventricle is the most common heart disease during these days. Inthis article, a State feedback controller method is used to optimize the efficiency of a samplingpump current. Particle Swarm Algorithm, which is a set of rules to update the position andvelocity, is applied to find the optimal State feedback controller parameters for the first time.In comparison to other optimization algorithms, including genetic algorithm, PSO has higherconvergence speed. As it is shown in the simulation part in the same number of iterations, thePSO algorithm decreases the cost function, which leads to desired transient and stabilityresponse of the system more effectively. In addition, in this work we propose a new structurefor the cost function which includes the dynamical equations of current sampling pump incombination with penalty sentences which decrease the speed and output fluctuations. In thisarticle, the system model and the system controlling parameters are set in such a way that theproposed cost function can be optimized. The efficiency of the method is illustrated insimulation part.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513269_58c7c5dd4919722b08f0abc026ad58cc.pdf
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Current sample
Optimization
Overshoot
PSO
Settling time
Stability
Majid
Neshat Yazdi
m-neshat@iau-ahar.ac.ir
true
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AUTHOR
Reihaneh
Kardehi Moghaddam
r_k_moghaddam@mshdiau.ac.ir
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AUTHOR
ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Formation Control and Path Planning of Two Robots for Tracking a Moving Target
This paper addresses the dynamic path planning for two mobile robots in unknownenvironment with obstacle avoidance and moving target tracking. These robots must form atriangle with moving target. The algorithm is composed of two parts. The first part of thealgorithm used for formation planning of the robots and a moving target. It generates thedesired position for the robots for the next step. The second part is designed as the pathplanning for mobile robots. In this part desired trajectory of the robots for reaching thedesired position of formation is generated. The potential field method is used to pathplanning for the robots .This method enables the robot to achieve these tasks: to avoidobstacles, and to make ones way toward its new position. Finally, the effectiveness of theproposed algorithm is demonstrated through simulations.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513270_104eff786e5ea4fbc15f83e419089099.pdf
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Path Planning
Mobile robot
potential field
moving object tracking
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Control for Mobile Robots with Limited
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Sensor Information , ” IEEE, 2005, pp.
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1791 – 1796
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xiao, “A New Method for Moving Object
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Tracking With Multi-robot,” Journal of
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Convergence Information Technology,
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Volume 6, 2011, pp. 35 – 43.
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Mobile robot, ” INTERNATIONAL
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JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS
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APPLICATIONS , ENGINEERING &
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DEVELOPMENT, Issue 4, Volume 2,
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[4] Amit Konar , Pradipta kumar Das ,and
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Romesh Laishram, “ Path Planning of
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Mobile Robot in Unknown Environment, ”
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Special Issue of IJCCT, Vol.1 , Issue 2, 3,
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[5] Lei Tang1 ,Songyi Dian1* Gangxu Gu2,
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Kunli Zhou1,Suihe Wang1, Xinghuan
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Feng3, “ A Novel Potential Field Method
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for Obstacle Avoidance and Path Planning
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of Mobile Robot, ” IEEE,2010.
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planning of Autonomous Mobile robot New
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Approach,” 2010-2011.
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Planning for Mobile Robots Using Potential
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Field Method , ” Manufactured in The
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Netherlands, 2002.
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“An Evolutionary Artificial Potential Field
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Algorithm for Dynamic Path Planning of
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Mobile Robot,” IEEE, 2006.
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“TEMPORAL POTENTIAL FUNCTION
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APPROACH FOR PATH PLANNING IN
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DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS,” The
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University of Texas at Arlington, 2008.
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[10] Lu Yin, Yixin Yin, and Cheng-Jian Lin, “A
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NEW POTENTIAL FIELD METHOD
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FOR MOBILE ROBOT PATH
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PLANNING IN THE DYNAMIC
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ENVIRONMENTS,” Asian Journal of
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target: optimal path planning,” IEEE ,2005,
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Guangping , “ Formation and obstacleavoidance
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control for mobile swarm robots
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based on artificial potential field,”IEEE,
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2009, pp. 2273 – 2277
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for mobile robots based on a modified
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potential model,” IEEE, 2009, pp. 4946 –
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Mazo Jr, Alberto Speranzon Speranzon , “
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Multi-Robot Tracking of a Moving Object
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Using Directional sensors”
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2004,IEEE,vol.
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Assessment of DSACC and QPART Algorithms in Ad Hoc Networks
The rapid advancement in wireless over wired has augmented the need for improving theQuality of Service (QoS) over such wireless links. However, the wireless ad hoc networkshave too low bandwidth, and establishing a QoS in these networks is a difficult issue. So,support of quality of service in ad hoc networks is the topical issue among the networkscience researchers. In this research we are going to evaluate the performances of DSACC(Distributed Scheduling algorithm with Collision Control) and QPART (QoS protocol for Adhoc Real Time Traffic) algorithms in different conditions. These two algorithms are able tosupport quality of service in ad hoc networks. It should be noted that we have used ns-2simulator software to compare these two algorithms.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513271_a743c9f9a75f2343a5b5468946060df0.pdf
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Ad Hoc
Quality of service
scheduling
Distributed
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and Distributed Computing, Special issue
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on Wireless and Mobile Computing and
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Effort Traffic in Stateless Wireless Ad Hoc
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on Mobile Computing, 2002, vol.1,
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Quality-of-Service Routing in Ad-Hoc
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Areas in Communications, 1999, vol.17,
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Routing Performance in a Multi-hop,
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Soft Switching MBC Controller for MIMO Linear Hybrid Systems
Switching supervisory is the most important section of a feedback control process inMIMO hybrid systems. By choosing a non-compatible controller, system may go tounstable mode or high overshoot response. In this paper, a new method of switchingfor selecting MBC controllers is discussed. Results of the simulation show the MIMO(2-in 2-out) linear hybrid system can be switched stable and low overshooting inswitching time. This method can be expanded to nonlinear MIMO systems.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513272_f2443442264ee4fe605899249a577ab1.pdf
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Petri Net Modeling for Parallel Bank ATM Systems
In this paper the real time operation of an automatic teller machine (ATM) is analyzed using aTimed Petri Net (TPN) model. In the modeling, the probability of arrivals, the speed andattentiveness of customers (clients) are taken to account. Different parameters are based onthe statistical data. The model is simulated for 24 hours. The diagrams of number ofsucceeded customers, failed references to ATM, idle times of ATM and wait times ofcustomers are the outputs of TPN model.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513280_bf708fb3938dc0faa81ac9f815e88133.pdf
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TPN model - ATM - Petri
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(TPN) to Model a Bank ATM”, IEEE
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Models of ATM LANs”, Lecture Notes In
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Rotated Unscented Kalman Filter for Two State Nonlinear Systems
In the several past years, Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) and Unscented Kalman Filter (UKF) havebecame basic algorithm for state-variables and parameters estimation of discrete nonlinear systems.The UKF has consistently outperformed for estimation. Sometimes least estimation error doesn't yieldwith UKF for the most nonlinear systems. In this paper, we use a new approach for a two variablestate nonlinear systems which it is called Rotated UKF (R_UKF). R_UKF can be reduced estimationerror and reached for least error in state estimation.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513281_cd12a128646a129d504fa22f0e70d218.pdf
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Extended kalman filter (EKF)
unscented kalman filter (UKF)
rotated UKF (R-UKF)
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A New Approach of Backbone Topology Design Used by Combination of GA and PSO Algorithms
A number of algorithms based on the evolutionary processing have been proposed forcommunication networks backbone such as Genetic Algorithm (GA). However, there has beenlittle work on the SWARM optimization algorithms such as Particle Swarm Optimization(PSO) for backbone topology design. In this paper, the performance of PSO on GA isdiscussed and a new algorithm as PSOGA is proposed for the network topology design. Thesimulations for specific examples show that the performance of the new algorithm is betterthan other common methods.
http://jaiee.iau-ahar.ac.ir/article_513282_d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e.pdf
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cost
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PSO algorithm
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