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Volume 02 Issue 03 (March-2017) | IJERAS

Title: Internet of People

Authors: M. N. O. Sadiku and S.M. Musa Sudarshan R. Nelatury

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The Internet (a digital connectivity of computer networks) has become Internet of Things, Internet of Services, Internet of Data, and Internet of People. Internet of People (IoP) refers to interconnection of people through the Internet and stimulating interactive communication among them. Being a newly emerging area, information on IoP is scarce. This paper presents a short introduction to the Internet of People.

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Title: A Mobile Application for Critical Environmental Situation Management

Authors: Edim Azom Emmanuel, Kayang Justin Kayung

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The Mobile device and its applications are essential components in the management of critical situations. The smart phone is a technology that is now common and could be found in almost every ones’ pocket with very useful applications. Critical environmental situations or disasters are common in today’s world and are poorly managed as a result of poor information reporting or dissemination among people involved. The aim of this study is to develop an application that will enable mobile device users make timely reporting and also enable disaster management agencies perform their role more effectively. The study applied a user centered approach in the collection of data and development of the application. Data was collected from agencies responsible for managing critical environmental situations as well as potential users for the design and evaluation of the application. During the evaluation the participants were able to use the application in their mobile devices to capture and report scenes such as a fire incident, a flood situation and collapsed building and with the right information. The evaluation results shows that critical and emergency situations were properly reported promptly with detailed information that enabled the management agencies understand the situation better and performed their role more effectively. The application will helped people in emergency situations to get help promptly. The management agencies will receive the right and adequate information that will enable them to deploy the right resources in order to safe lives and properties. Keywords — Disaster management, Mobile application, Mobile devices, Information.

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Title: Cyber Democracy

Authors: M. N. O. Sadiku , S.M. Musa, Sudarshan R. Nelatury

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Cyber democracy is the practice of democracy that allows active digital citizen participation in dialogue and in decision-making via technological means such as Internet. This refers to activities including virtual town meeting, cyber campaigns, and e-voting. The Internet has made cyber democracy more attainable as the world grows more connected. This paper presents a brief introduction to cyber democracy.

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Title: Representation of Irrarational Numbers on Number Lines and Study of Mathematical Error

Authors: Manoj Kumar Srivastav

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A real numbers is consists of rational numbers and irrational numbers. These numbers are represented on number line . But when we represent irrational numbers , a circle/semicircle is drawn to represent these numbers by using Pythagoras theorem. A irrational numbers can not give the exact value when it is calculated by calculators. A calculation of irrational numbers is approximated during solving a problem. So in this paper it is tried to study what will be the diagrammatic structure of irrational number if it is considered on the errors basis.

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Title: Assessment of the Feasibility of Applying the Rotation System in the Improved Aareas in Egypt

Authors: Gamal Elsaeed, Talat El-Gamal, Neveen Abd El-Maged and Magda Ahmed

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The Nile is almost the only water source in Egypt and the limitation of the river resource with the rapid increase of the demand on water set Egypt to face up an expected water scarcity. The attempts of the south countries for more utilization of the Nile water intensify the problem. Given that the chance to increase Nile water resources is very limited and the requirements are rapidly increasing, the only feasible way to confront the expected irrigation crises is to increase the irrigation efficiency and water productivity. Irrigation improvement project (IIP) is one of the most attempts in Egypt to implement more effective on-farm irrigation technologies for modifying traditional irrigation system and saving water by improving the existing delivery system in the Nile delta of Egypt with a total area of about 1.05 million ha by 2017. The improved irrigation system was designed on applying the continuous flow and applying internal rotation (Motarfa) between Mesqas. Practically the continuous flow system was not applied truly in any improved canals. This study aims to investigate the feasibility of applying the rotation system in the improved branch canals in Egypt. Dakalt canal was chosen as study area as an example for the improved canals. The results showed that applying the rotation system in Dakalt canal was not only applicable, but it could decrease water crises at the tail end regions with lower water supply. Based on the results, it is recommended to apply the rotation system in the improved regions (IIP1 region) especially in the paddy areas.

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