Influences to Labor Management under Information Technology
Currently, technological innovation in terms of the development of new skills is found predominantly in IT (Information Technology), principally involving network systems, such as LAN (Local Area Network), Internet, and so on. Additionally, business applications using IT have become a dominant industry today. Nevertheless, insufficient attention has been given to the effect of high technology on Japanese labor employment systems. Considered here within the context of the style of Japanese Labor Management, the relationship between changes in the number of employees and the level of information was examined and clarified, based on independent investigation. A significant finding is recognition of the relationship between labor management and the information level in Japan. After recognizing the degree of progress of the Information system expressed according to quantification method, it is apparent that increases of regular workers, rather than of non-regular workers, are a significant factor, despite variance in respective size or type of business. As a labor management strategy in Japan, introduction of meritocracy within the information system, was thought to be conditional on the slimming down of core workers. This investigation appears to reveal that the intensifying the core of talented workers by gradual utilization of regular workers is compatible with maintenance of meritocracy as progressing Information Technology. The method of statistical analysis for this evidence depends on SPSS statistical analysis with multi-regression and correspondences.
As a result, my conclusion is that the introduction of information technology has brought an increase of regular workers somewhat as consequence of the introduction of meritocracy among the intensive core (elite) workers within Japanese labor management. I believe this has been an important strategy for Japanese labor management system, corresponding to the implementation and development of IT.
Track: Social Science & Humanities
Rde Project on the Improvement of Guidance Programs of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the Four Western Towns of Tarlac
Danilo N. Oficiar, Benny S. Soliman, Emerita S. Odon
This study aimed to determine the status of the guidance services, facilities, and programs of the different private and public elementary and high schools in the four western towns of Tarlac, namely; Sta. Ignacia, Mayantoc, Camiling, and San Clemente. The results of the study would later be used as inputs to a training design purposely to help guidance counselors fulfill their duties.Results show that most of the guidance counselors are middle aged, female, married, have master’s degree units, and have an average of seven years as guidance counselor. Most of them have degrees not related to guidance and counseling and have attended few seminars and trainings related to the discipline.As to guidance organization, in most schools there are only four personnel involved in the programs; the principal, the class adviser, the guidance counselor, and the subject teachers. In terms of the involvement of these personnel, mostly the principal or the class adviser takes central role as initiators.The most common guidance services being offered by the schools are individual counseling, group counseling, and information services. In most of the schools, the guidance goals are not accomplished with an average estimated accomplishment of less than 50%. Several factors are contributory to this: lack of training of guidance counselors, lack of resources, and lack of psychological testing materials.The guidance services were rated satisfactory, facilities were rated poor, and guidance programs were rated satisfactory. Suggested solutions by the guidance counselors are provision of budget, training of guidance counselors, provision of facilities, and purchase of psychological testing materials.
Analysis of Studies of the Dynamics of Age Differences in Age Subculture Personality: Psychological Preparation for the Upcoming Changes in their Lives in A Multiethnic Modern Society
Analysis of studies of age differences in psychological training of the individual for the upcoming life changes in a multi-ethnic society is necessary in view of the special relevance of the psychological aspects of political culture in modern Kazakhstan, located on the stage of active political reforms and changes. Political values and attitudes have lost their power and importance in relation to the dramatic changes of the political system, economic and social upheavals, the echoes of which are still being felt today. The study of political culture in a multi-ethnic society transformation allows the researcher to select and mark the psychological aspects that define the political consciousness and behavior of the individual during the state of a particular policy.
Teachers‟ Role in Creating of A Positive School Climate
Tanirbergenova Anar, Sarsenova Anar, Sagalieva Zhanar, Mukushev Serik
Strong and healthy collegial relationship among school teachers is regarded as an essential component of school effectiveness and teacher enhancement. Based on literature review, the present article highlights the importance of collegiality among educators and determines the major outcomes and benefits of highly collaborative and collegial cultures in educational organizations. The study suggests that teacher collegiality plays a vital role in augmenting teacher professional growth and development, job satisfaction, organizational and professional commitment as well as school quality and student performance.
Track: Physical Life and Applied Sciences
New Integration Algorithms for three Dimensional Domains. Danilo N.
New generalized equations (in 3-dimensions) are derived and proposed to perform numerical integration of various functions over an arbitrary domain in the actual/physical coordinate system. The arbitrary domain can be enclosed by linear planes, curved planes or combination of linear and curved planes. These generalized equations do not involve any symbolic manipulation to perform the numerical integration. The proposed numerical integration technique is validated through several examples. Later, the generalized equations are further extended to enable exact integration of trivariate monomials over a domain enclosed by linear planes or curved planes which can be described by simple polynomials. Simulation results showed that the proposed exact integration technique produces accurate results faster, as compared to analytical solution which implements fully symbolic manipulation.
The Technology of Production of Precast Concrete by Using Solar Energy in Kazakhstan
Aruova Lyazat,Bissenov Kylyshbay Aldabergenovich, Dauzhanov Nabi, Utkelbaeva Aizhan, Baitasov Kamalbek, Karshyga Galymzhan, Karshygaev Rakhimzhan
Solar energy is avirtually unlimited source whose power on the earth’s surface is estimated at 20 KWh. This is more than 100 times higher than the predicted values of electric power required for the planet; use of this huge energy source is not associated with any environmental pollution. Today, in the face of increasing limitations onnot-reproducible energy resources, complexity appreciation of their production attaches great importance to the use of solar energy.Precast concrete industry is a major consumer of thermal energy, and the most energy-intensive technological conversion, which consumes more than 70% of energy, heat treatment products.Among the conditions used in the dry hot climate the heat treatment method of the concrete, the most rational method is solar thermal processing, whichin recent years has been developed and put into production as aneffective method of heat treatment of concrete products using solar energy in open workshops and polygons as solar thermal processing them using translucent insulating coatings, including helio-forma with heat storage elements—helio warming using special film-forming compositions. The variety of ways solar thermal processing provides optimal and economical choice for heating this type of design with minimal costs. Thus, our studies have shown that the use of solar energy is a promising method of heat treatment of concrete.Today, broad investigations, which would develop methods solar thermal processing develop new and facilitate their implementation in production. The technology of production of precast concrete by using Solar energy in Kazakhstan.
Surface Modification of Crops with Complexes of Polyhexamethylene Guanidine Hydrochloride with Surfactants and Application in Agriculture
Dauzhanov Nabi, Neila Bekturganova
To date, the use complexes of polyhexamethyleneguanidine hydrochloride with different surfactants in agriculture is very important. Study of colloid-chemical characteristics (the surface tension and wetting)of complexes of polyhexamethyleneguanidine hydrochloride with anionic surfactant sodium dodecylsulphate and sgrowing/saw polyhexamethyleneguanidine hydrochloride grains of oats, as well as on the length and thickness of a stalk. Analysis of the results shows that the preliminary processing of the barren lands of inoculum of sodium and further spraying systems PHMG/SDS, PHMG/Tween 80 and efficient than using individual components.High efficiency (stem thickness = 0.198 cm, stem length = 18.2 cm) showed complex PHMG/SDS with PHMG concentration = 1 * 10-2%.
Determination of Ore Forming Fluids Density of Fluorite Ore Deposits of Central Alborz
Ghorban Vahabzadeh, and Seyed Hassan Zali
There are different ore deposits in central Alborz which are distributed from east to west. Except Emaft fluorite ore deposit, other ore deposits in upper and middle members of Elika formation are belonged to Triassic age and covered by Palan evaporated formation. The genesis of these deposits is considered as diagenetic to epigenetic. Fluorite reservoirs that filleld faults or karst zones (open space filling) are originated in epigenetic. Layers and lenses are supposed as digenetic or digenetic. From this fluorite a double polished thin section (polished wafers) was prepared and its salinity and homogenization temperature of fluid inclusion was tested using Linkham Tm 600 model. The results showed that in spite that the geographical distribution ore deposits, their density is the same in everywhere, but redeposit with digenetic or digenetic characteristic showed lower salinity. According to the salinity and homogenization temperature characteristics, these ore deposits are classified in Irish to MVT type.
Track: Engineering and Technology Studies
A Specialised Text-Based Algorithm for Detecting Automatic Speech Recognition Errors
This study reports on recent improvements made to a phoneme-matching algorithm (PMA) reported in a previous study. Similar to its predecessor, the purpose of the enhanced PMA (EPMA) is to identify word recognition errors in automatically generated transcripts detailing the speech content of digital multimedia soundtracks that are routinely queried by professional researchers (such as academics and archivists). In order to alert a user to the possibility that a particular search term may have been incorrectly recognised as some other word or phrase, the EPMA – when invoked during a query operation – will parse the transcript‟s text to locate words or phrases of similar phonetic structure to the query term and then present these suspected speech recognition errors to the user for consideration. The EPMA‟sperformance has been improved by incorporating techniques to learn from user feedback concerning error identification.When tested on a corpus of digital multimedia, the EPMA averaged an 80.55% success rate in correctly identifying words/phrases which were actually instances of misrecognised query terms.
Secure Data Transmission Technique for iPhone using Quick Response (QR) Code
Abhijit Sen & Yourdon Jou
The increasing use of smartphones and tablet computers as personal and business tools poses new levels of complexity to IT management and security.With continued growth of smartphones, and associated increase of mobile security concerns, users of mobile devices must be assured that the services they receive must be secured and trustworthy. A QR code (quick response code) is a type of 2D bar code that is used widely to provide easy access to information through a smartphone. It is envisioned that the technology of QR code could be applied for secured communications using smart phones.
This paper provides a design framework for sending encrypted message using QR code, and decrypting the received QR code. An application is developed using Apple’s iPhone to demonstrate how mobile devices such as smart phones can communicate securely with another device using QR code. The sending smartphone can encode encrypted data in a QR code, and receiving smart phone can then decrypt the data encoded in QR code and retrieve the information. User can choose different encryption/decryption algorithm such as AES for secured transmission of data.
The iOS SDK together with Xcode IDE is used for the design and development of the iPhone application. The design architecture is developed using Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, PHP server and MySQL database. The paper successfully demonstrates the feasibility of using QR code to securely transmit message between mobile users. The system works as expected, however rigorous analysis to assess the performance is deferred for future study.
Analysis of Methods Organization of the Modelling of Protection of Systems Client-Server
Akhmetov Bakhytzhan, Beysembekova Roza & Shangytbayeva Gulmira
The article analyzes the methods and mechanisms the protection of information, structures attacks type DoS / DDoS / DRDoS and models of their tracking computer networks. Is developed Classification of mathematical models of information threats which helps effectively to solve problems of counteraction of DoS/DDoS/DRDoS attacks. And also is carried the review of model of communication of the client and the server to see key problems of the architecture steady for the specified attacks on computer networks. Are analysed known approaches and models of tracking of attacks like DoS/DDoS/DRDoS. It is noted that for tracking of the IP address of a source of attack to refusal in service it is expedient to use a method probabilistic markings of packages.
Electrical and Dielectric Properties Characterization of Batio3(1-X)(Srtio3)X
Md. Mansur Ali, Mohammad ObaidurRahman, M.A Gafur, M.S. Bashar
Normally BaTiO3 has a high dielectric constant (1400-2200),but when it has been doped by SrTiO3with different compositions, then the dielectric constant of doped BaSrTiO3(BST) has become very low. Dielectric constant decreases almost exponentially with the increase of frequency. The Polarizability of BaSrTiO3 has been measured which is found very low. The values of polarizabilities have been found negligible and these values decreases very slightly with the decrease of dielectric constant. Doped sample showed a low loss factor. As the frequency increases, loss factor decreases for high frequency range. The resistivity of doped BaSrTiO3 has been measured that is found very high. So it may act as an insulator.
Analysis of Physical Characteristics of Bamboo & its Blended Woven Fabrics
Ajay Rathod, Dr. Avinash Kolhatkar
This paper presents a study of some physical properties of bamboo & bamboo-cotton(50:50) blended yarn fabrics which are commonly used for apparel production. Yarns of 4 different counts such as 20, 24, 30 & 40Ne were used as warp & Weft in bamboo & bamboo-cotton blended yarn fabric. All fabrics were produced in twill weave with 54 ppi. Various test such as breaking strength, elongation, fabric weight, thickness and abrasion resistance have been carried out to study the performance of bamboo & bamboo-cotton(50:50) blended yarn fabrics. The experimental results indicate that bamboo fabric exhibits higher breaking strength than bamboo-cotton (50:50) blended yarn fabric. The higher elongation values are noticed in the case of 100% bamboo fabric than bamboo-cotton (50:50) blended yarn fabrics. It is also found that bamboo-cotton (50:50) blended fabric exhibits higher tearing strength than 100% bamboo fabric of similar specifications. It is found that 100 % bamboo fabric exhibits better performance than bamboo-cotton (50:50) blended yarn fabrics.
Towards the Development of a Neuroprosthetic Hand
Ahmed Jaffar, Cheng Yee Low
Prosthetic hand functions as a tool that enablesthe amputeesto perform daily tasks. Instead of just a passive device with acosmetic look,current devices come with improved functionality utilizing robotics technology. There are various ways to actuate a prosthetic hand including deploying DC motors, servo, hydraulics, pneumatics, SMA wire and many more. This work presents the conceptual design of a UiTMNeuroprosthetic Hand controlled by Electroencephalography (EEG).EEG signals were recorded from the Motor Cortexthrough brain wave rhythm at specific locations on the scalp. It involves the development of a graphical user interface to control the robotic hand using the imaginative hand movements of the patient. Analysis will bedone until clear rhythmic-waves are obtained for the control of the neuroprosthetichand.
Track: Health and Medicine Studies
Medicinal plants of Farashband tribe’s winter pastures and their traditional uses
Seyed Hassan Zali & Rahbar Tahmasb
Medicinal plants are a large group of plants that are used to prevent and or treat of human and animal diseases. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 80 percent of the population of some Asian and African countries presently uses herbal medicine for some aspect of primary health care. Since migrating nomads have more connection with nature and on many days of the year they are far from the cities, therefore they take medicinal plants more than other people. By several trips to study areas a total of 134 plant species distributed in 97 genera and 37 families were collected and identified. Based on the exhaustive interviews with indigenous people and medicinal plants references the medicinal plants of these plants were listed. Investigations were resulted that 67 species of these plants have medicinal uses. These medicinal species belongs to 31 families. Asteraceae with 11 species, Chenopodiaceae with 7 species and Lamiaceae with 6 species are the most important medicinal plants families. The major life forms of the medicinal plants in this area were annual herbs followed by perennial trees and shrubs with a proportion 34.32% and 26.86% respectively. 17.91% of the species are perennial herbs, 14.92% of the species are perennial bushes and 5.97% of species are annual bushes. Our results showed leaf and flower have the most traditional uses on Farashband tribe with a proportion 62.69% and 34.33% respectively.
Comparing Standard Threshold Shift among Employees Adopting 85 and 90 Dba as Permissible Exposure Limitsover Six Months
Balachandar S. Sayapathi1*, Anselm Ting Su2, David Koh
The development of temporary threshold shifts among employees due to noise may lead to noise-induced hearing loss over time. The aim of this study is to explore occurrence of temporary standard threshold shifts on adopting different permissible exposure limits, 90 and 85 dBA. Countries such as Malaysia and US are adopting 90 dBA as permissible exposure limit. Materials and Methods:In this intervention study, there were 203 participants from two factories. They were exposed to noise levels above action level which is 85 dBA in one factory and 80 dBA in another factory, where permissible exposure limitswere 90 and 85 dBA respectively. The sample size required was 52 in each factory. Noise level was measured using personal exposure noise dosimeter and sound level meter. Data on standard threshold shifts were measured using manual audiometer. Hearing protection devices with appropriate noise reduction rate were used to reduce noise exposure among participants. Results: According to National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health recommended standard, there was statistically significant association between participants from both factories and standard threshold shift at 1000 Hz. This change was noted on left ear at sixth month,χ² (1) = 3.93, φ = – 0.211, p = 0.047, as per-protocol analysis. Conclusions:There were more threshold shifts on subjects adopting 90 dBA compared with 85 dBA. These temporary threshold shifts may progress to permanent threshold shifts over time. The prevalence of noise-induced hearing loss may be reduced on adoption of 85 dBA as permissible exposure limit.