Why Journal ICON

A Bi-Monthly and Multidisciplinary Journal, High Quality Papers, Peer Review process, Open access policy, Fast Publication, Full Archive for life time

Why Journal ICON

A Bi-Monthly and Multidisciplinary Journal, High Quality Papers, Peer Review process, Open access policy, Fast Publication, Full Archive for life time

Why Journal ICON

A Bi-Monthly and Multidisciplinary Journal, High Quality Papers, Peer Review process, Open access policy, Fast Publication, Full Archive for life time

Why Journal ICON

A Bi-Monthly and Multidisciplinary Journal, High Quality Papers, Peer Review process, Open access policy, Fast Publication, Full Archive for life time

Why Journal ICON

A Bi-Monthly and Multidisciplinary Journal, High Quality Papers, Peer Review process, Open access policy, Fast Publication, Full Archive for life time

Monday, July 30, 2018

Generators Of Matrix Algebras In Dimension 3

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418006
Generators of Matrix Algebras In Dimension 3

M.Vidhya and C.Chithiraiselvi

Abstract: Let K be an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero and consider a set of 3×3 matrices. Using a theorem of she mesh, we give conditions for when the matrices in the set generate the full matrix algebra.

Alienation in KiranDesai’s Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard and The Inheritance of Loss

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418008
Alienation in KiranDesai’s Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard and The Inheritance of Loss

M.Arunadevi and M.Thamizhmani

Abstract: This article is going to explain the theme of Alienation in the novel Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard and The Inheritance of loss. In these novels, characters are alienated because of their family situation. Their pathetic conditions and sufferings are well expressed in this article. Through this novel Desai vividly expounds the problem of the common people. It brings out a pictorial picture of the mental sufferings which the people undergo.

The Theme Of Dislocation In The Glass Palace And The Hungry Tide

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418005
The Theme Of Dislocation In The Glass Palace  And The Hungry Tide

K.Saranya and M.Thamizhmani

Abstract: Amitav Ghosh shows a keen interest in the reconstruction of the past. Many of his narratives turn towards historical subjects, bringing out the past in the proper perspective, a kind of global perspective. In Ghosh’s writings history and anthropology blend together perfectly. He does not shy away from commenting on politics, wars, economy, and other worldly affairs. His protagonists face a Multi-cultural Society and exhibit a deep awareness of the surrounding them. While portraying the theme of cultural dilemmas and dislocation of the migrants, Ghosh did not remain confined to the dislocations of migrants in foreign lands alone.

Identity Crisis in V.S.Naipaul’s a House for Mr.Biswas and the Mimic Men

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418007
Identity Crisis in V.S.Naipaul’s a House for Mr.Biswas and the Mimic Men

S.Shunmugapriya and M.Thamizhmani

Abstract: Literature is one of the fine arts that employs “language” as a medium of expression. It is an essentially an expression of human feelings , emotions, joys and sufferings. In India there are different languages and common literatures. Among them common wealth literature plays an important role. One of the best-known writers in English today is Vidyadhar Suraj Prasad Naipaul, himself a product of post-imperialist society.V.S.Naipaul, one of the greatest Caribbean writer’s in English, has been a great novelist and travel-writer. He wrote many splendid and excellent novels and collections of essays. Fragmentation, alienation, and exile are common terms associated with postcolonial literature. Identity crisis is a period or episode of psychological distress, often occurring in adolescence but sometimes in adulthood, when a person seeks a clearer sense of self and an acceptable role in society. It is further personal psychological conflict especially in adolescence that involves confusion about one’s social role and often a sense of loss of continuously to one’s personally. A House for Mr.Biswas tellsthe story of its protagonist. Mr.Biswas From birth to death, each section dealing with different phases of Mr.Biswas life. Here Naipaul has a more subjective approach towards the problem ofidentity crisis than the objective one a reader finds in his travelogues, especially in India. The Mimic Men is a beautiful work which deals with the theme of isolation, frustration and negation in a colonized society – a society that turns cruel and callous to the aspiration of the protagonist, Ralph Singh. The novel is presented to us in the form of a fictional autobiography. In the novel, Ralph Singh, a political exile in London, mediates on the fragments which form his Life; there is much in his wrecked life to reckon with: an uneasy childhood a painful youth, a broken marriage and an abortive political career. Both the novel deals with the identity crisis of the protagonist..

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Methodological Review On Big Datamodeling For Analytics

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418004
Methodological Review On Big Datamodeling For Analytics

Pooja S.B and Prof. Shiva Balan

Abstract: Modern technology has marshaled data outputs in a prodigious manner. The management of these generated data outputs in each of the fields has become a painstaking task. The realm of Big Data has now stepped up in to the next level of predictive analytics where data reduction has a major role. By utilizing a variety of statistical, modeling, data mining and machine learning techniques the recent and historical data can be used to predict possible outcomes, which would in fact help the stakeholders to analyze things in a better way. Big data modeling plays an important role in effective production of such prediction and its accuracy. In the field of Geographic Information Systems, These models help to manage the geospatial Big Data and provide a visual way to manage the massive amount of data resources that would in turn reduce the computation cost. Some of the data model can analyze the massive amount geospatial Big Data. There are different data models available, but these models faces different challenges such as time consumption, less accuracy, duplication etc. To overcome all those challenges and to meet all our need we need more such models. This paper studies various data models and their performance.

Studies on Irregular Graph

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418002
Studies on Irregular Graph

S.Vasanthi and Prof. C.Chithirai Selvi

Abstract: In any graph G, two vertices in G must have the same degree, so an irregular graph cannot be defined as a graph with all vertices of different degrees. A graph is thus locally irregular if for each vertex v of G the neighbours of v have distinct degrees, and these graphs are thus termed highly irregular graphs. In this paper we obtain neighbourly irregular graph, neighbourly irregular graph products, highly irregular and maximally k-path irregular graphs.

Crystal Crowth Of Zinc Sulphate Doped L – Tartaric Acid By NLO Material

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Year: 2018 | Volume: 3 | Issue: 4 | Paper ID: ICON030418001
Crystal Crowth Of Zinc Sulphate Doped L – Tartaric Acid By NLO Material

R.Varalakshmi and Prof. M. Revathi

Abstract: Growth of crystals ranges from a small inexpensive technique to a complex sophisticated process and crystallization time ranges from minutes, hours, days and to months. Crystal growth needs the careful control of a phase change. In this project, an organic nonlinear single crystals of L – tartaric acid and a 5 mol % ZnSO4 doped L-tartaric acid crystals were grown in double distilled water by slow evaporation method. This method of crystal growth is very simple. The grown sample materials were characterized by XRD analysis, UV–Vis-NIR analysis and dielectric studies.