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    in China Abstract PDF Ghassan Hassan Abdul Hadi Tan Gangyi Duraid G Hasan Gelareh Sadeghi Vol 7 No 4 2016 A Comparative study of pulsed and non pulsed current on aspect ratio of weld bead and microstructure characteristics of AISI 304L stainless steel Abstract PDF Adnan A Ugla Vol 6 No 2 2015 A Cultivated Differential Evolution Algorithm using modified Mutation and Selection Strategy Abstract PDF Pooja Praveena Chaturvedi Pravesh Kumar Vol 2 No 4 2011 A Deadline Aware Real time Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks Abstract PDF Cherian Mary T R Nair Gopalakrishnan Vol 1 No 2 2010 A Deep sea Soft Sediments Shearing Strength Shearing Displacement Model Abstract Ted Asencio Christian Molander Vol 7 No 4 2016 A Descriptive Study on the Expressway No 1 the Main Route of the Future Dry Canal Project in Iraq Abstract PDF Ghassan Hassan Abdul Hadi Tan Gangyi Duraid G Hasan Gelareh Sadeghi Vol 2 No 4 2011 A Fixed Point Theorem In 2 Banach Space For Non Expansive Mapping Abstract PDF Vishal Gupta A K Tripathi Vol 2 No 5 2011 A Heuristic Based Multi Objective Approach for Network Reconfiguration of Distribution Systems Abstract PDF V Raj Kumar B Viswanath D Vijaya Kumar Vol 6 No 2 2015 A hybrid algorithm for university course timetabling problem Abstract PDF Rakesh P Badoni D K Gupta Vol 6 No 11 2015 A Meta Analysis on Mobile Ad Hoc Networks MANET Performance Issues Abstract PDF MaryAnne Binarao Taquiqui Vol 5 No 12 2014 A Method of Measurement of Permittivity and Opacity of Fluid Abstract PDF Nilotpal Manna Vol 2 No 3 2011 A new Approach to Compute Convex Hull Abstract PDF Muhammad Sharif Vol 4 No 1 2013 A New Area and Power Efficient Single Edge Triggered Flip Flop Structure for Low Data

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  • The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE)
    template PaperSubmissionGuide doc PaperTemplate dot Email your paper to the corresponding journal email addresses listed below with a claim that your content is original You cannot submit your article to multiple journals at the same time You will get a notification from the editor that your email has been received Review comment and result will be returned Authors may receive Publish Unaltered the paper is ready for publication and no changes is needed Acceptance after Minor Changes you need to make minor changes according to the instruction of the editor Acceptance after Major Changes you need to make major changes according to the instruction of the editor Rejection Manuscript is flawed or not sufficiently novel Submit your final article if required before the deadline mentioned in the acceptance letter Online Printed publication will be done within 30 days The CD version is also available upon request Business Economics Finance and Management PAPER SUBMISSION EMAIL European Journal of Business and Management EJBM iiste org Research Journal of Finance and Accounting RJFA iiste org Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development JESD iiste org Information and Knowledge Management IKM iiste org Developing Country Studies DCS iiste org Industrial Engineering Letters IEL iiste org Physical Sciences Mathematics and Chemistry PAPER SUBMISSION EMAIL Journal of Natural Sciences Research JNSR iiste org Chemistry and Materials Research CMR iiste org Mathematical Theory and Modeling MTM iiste org Advances in Physics Theories and Applications APTA iiste org Chemical and Process Engineering Research CPER iiste org Engineering Technology and Systems PAPER SUBMISSION EMAIL Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems CEIS iiste org Innovative Systems Design and Engineering ISDE iiste org Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy JETP iiste org Information and Knowledge Management IKM iiste org Control Theory and Informatics CTI iiste org Journal of Information Engineering and Applications JIEA

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  • Development of Text to Speech System for Yoruba Language | Afolabi | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
    to different languages in diverse areas of human endeavour all over the world but for Yoruba language which is being spoken by over 30 million people out of 150 million Nigerian populace and in other countries like Benin Togo United Kingdom and part of South American much has not been achieved therefore there is need to develop TTS system for Yoruba language This paper gives an account of Yoruba TTS

    Original URL path: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/ISDE/article/view/6245 (2016-05-01)
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  • Development of Text to Speech System for Yoruba Language | Afolabi | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
    load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug in installed for example a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader Alternatively you can also download the PDF file directly to your computer from where it can be opened using a PDF reader To download the PDF click the Download link below If you would like more information about how to print save and work with PDFs Highwire Press

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  • Distribution of Enzymes (Rhodanese, 3-Mercaptopyruvate Sulphurtransferase, Arginase And Thiaminase) in Some Commonly Consumed Plant Tubers in Nigeria. | O. L. | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
    Arginase And Thiaminase in Some Commonly Consumed Plant Tubers in Nigeria Ehigie O L Okonji R E Balogun R O Bamitale K D S Abstract Four different enzymes Rhodanese 3 mercaptopyruvate sulphurtransferase 3 MST Arginase and thiaminase activities were detected in crude plant extracts of nine randomly selected plant tubers which includes sweet potato Ipomoea batatas irish potato Solanum tuberosum white yam yellow yam bitter yam Diascorea bulbifera sweet yam Diascorea esculentu water yam Diascorea alata cocoyam and cassava Manihot esculentu In each case the enzymes exhibited high activities The p value activity of 3 MST varies significantly in the various plant tuber White yam showed the highest activity with a mean of 0 2 which varies significantly when compared to red cocoyam with a mean of 0 005 Arginase was also seen to vary significantly in the different plant samples with Irish potato having the highest mean value of activity while cassava showed the lowest mean value Thiaminase activity varied significantly in the plant tubers Cassava stem had the highest mean value of thiaminase activity while bitter yam peel showed the lowest mean value of activity These studies confirm the activities and nutritional values of these enzymes in the

    Original URL path: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/ISDE/article/view/6246 (2016-05-01)
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  • Distribution of Enzymes (Rhodanese, 3-Mercaptopyruvate Sulphurtransferase, Arginase And Thiaminase) in Some Commonly Consumed Plant Tubers in Nigeria. | O. L. | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
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  • Effects of Tuber Age and Variety on Physical Properties of Cassava [Manihot Esculenta (Crantz)] Roots | Oriola | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
    lignifications Besides this practice has been reported to result in changes in the physiological structure of the roots hence the need to investigate the influence of this on the engineering properties of the root Two improved cassava varieties TME 419 and TMS 30572 and a local variety Oko iyawo were investigated in this study Selected physical properties which include diameter and peel thickness at the head middle and tail D H D M D T P H P M and P T mass length Peel Proportion by Weight PPW and density for tubers aged 12 15 and 18 Months After Planting MAP were measured using standard methods The data were analyzed using the two way ANOVA in SPSS 15 The mean D H D M D T P H P M P T mass and length ranged respectively from 36 67 8 76 43 32 11 53 mm 35 26 15 77 45 58 7 68 mm 26 06 12 94 33 87 10 30 mm and 1 30 0 25 4 60 1 13 mm 1 23 0 23 4 52 1 08 mm 1 19 0 16 4 06 1 05 mm 229 78 146 98 489 11 274 28 g and 232 98 85 43 344 18 90 37 mm They were significantly influenced by age except D M and D T while oval shape was established from the dimensions indicating suitability for mechanical peeling Mean PPW ranged from 17 36 2 73 24 09 7 32 which showed that younger tubers have more flesh for human consumption and older tubers thick peels more useful in animal feed Analysis of variance showed that the tuber age had a very strong influence on all the physical properties except D M and density Varietal influence on tuber mass D

    Original URL path: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/ISDE/article/view/6247 (2016-05-01)
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  • Effects of Tuber Age and Variety on Physical Properties of Cassava [Manihot Esculenta (Crantz)] Roots | Oriola | Innovative Systems Design and Engineering
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