March'20


The IUP Journal of Information Technology

ISSN: 0973-2896

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory, and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal that publishes research papers on emerging tools, technologies and paradigms relating to various aspects of IT; Programming and Testing tools; Multimedia tools; Image processing and Communication; Neural networks; Big Data, Data Science; Data Analytics; Cognitive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing and Edge Computing; E-Commerce; Cyber Security; 5G Technology, Mobile Applications etc.

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A Novel Approach to Overcoming Sample Impoverishment Problem of Particle Filter Using Chaotic Crow Search Algorithm
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Relationship Between Acceptance of Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and Adoption of VPC: An Empirical Study
50
Roundabouts Modeling and Vehicular Traffic Control Techniques: A Survey
50
     
Contents : (March'2020)

A Novel Approach to Overcoming Sample Impoverishment Problem of Particle Filter Using Chaotic Crow Search Algorithm
Ashish Kumar, Gurjit Singh Walia and Kapil Sharma

Generic Particle Filter (GPF) is extensively used in the area of computer vision for nonlinear and non-Gaussian state estimation. However, GPF suffers from the problem of sample impoverishment and particle degeneracy. The aim of the paper is to propose a method using Chaotic Crow Search Algorithm as resampling method to overcome these problems of GPF. The proposed method has been simulated on benchmark 1D and 2D state estimation problems. The simulation results of the proposed method are compared with GPF, particle filter- particle swarm optimization and particle filter-backtracking search optimization. On average of the outcome, we have achieved RMSE value of 2.0214 for 1D problem and value of 0.0281 for 2D problem for the proposed method. The results demonstrate that the method not only outperforms other methods but also achieves high accuracy with minimum computational requirement.


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Relationship Between Acceptance of Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and Adoption of VPC: An Empirical Study
J Webb and O Aly

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a new deployment model of the cloud computing technology that was introduced to address the security concerns of cloud technology. VPC is a rapidly growing technology, addressing the market demand for a secure cloud environment. Like other new technologies, concerns and issues have surfaced with the adoption of the VPC solution. Organizations may be concerned about ease of use, usefulness, security and trust, which can have negative influences on the adoption of the VPC solution. The lack of scientific and empirical analysis using technology acceptance and adoption models brought an excellent opportunity for this study. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between acceptance and adoption of VPC solution. The population sample consisted of individual users within the United States between 18 and 65+ years of age, with a total sample size of 400 qualified respondents. The theoretical framework utilized in this study was based on the most widely used technology adoption models of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT). An online web-based survey was conducted to assess the measurement and understanding of patterns demonstrated by participants. The study employed statistical data analysis, Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA), analysis of variance and Chi-square test of independence. The study leveraged the multiple regression quantitative methodology to determine the relationship between the acceptance and the adoption of VPC. The results showed that security concern is not of much concern when adopting the VPC solution. The result also indicates that there is trust in the VPC solution to mitigate security threats and aligned with the notion that VPC was introduced to address the security concerns of the other cloud computing deployment models such as public, hybrid, private and community.


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Roundabouts Modeling and Vehicular Traffic Control Techniques: A Survey
Babangida Zachariah, Philip O Odion and Rambo I Saidu

Roundabouts, which are circular intersections that are alternatives to and with advantages over the classical isolated intersections, have recently gained much attention of researchers. A number of surveys have focused on the results of research and not on the modeling approaches used to acquire the results. Therefore, the paper presents a survey of the approaches used in modeling and controlling vehicular traffic flows at a roundabout. It considered the simulation tools, optimization tools or techniques used, the number of lanes, number of entry and exits of the roundabouts and the number of roundabouts. In addition, vehicle type, control type, control approach and parameter of interest were also considered. It was discovered that most of the research considered a single roundabout and so there was no need of coordinated traffic control. On optimization, it was discovered that computational intelligence tools are often used for optimizing traffic control systems, though only a few of them have actually been used. Therefore, it is recommended that researchers may consider exploring other such tools and modeling more multi-lane and coordinated roundabouts which may be representing the next-generation of modern roundabouts and classical intersections.


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