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Month [Year] -- April [2015]
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Recently some big companies in collaboration with some internet service providers launched or announced for some new programs or facilities to access some particular websites for free or for a mere charges. After these announcements the term Net Neutrality comes in public domain for discussion and protests were started against it in India. In this article, we will discuss, what Net Neutrality is, its possible impact and possible approaches to resolve this.

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Children’s problems were formerly attributed to environment, especially their relationship with parents. Today it is believed that most disorders result from a combination of biological, and socio-psychological factors. Genetics may determine the likelihood of developing certain disorders as schizophrenia, bed wetting, and certain mood and anxiety disorders. Parenting techniques can also affect a child’s behaviour. Many factors can influence the well-being of a family. One factor is certainly the emotional and physical health of the parents. Parents are definitely the heart of the family. They are the ones who deal with the issues associated with their child’s disability and they are also required to maintain the household Therefore, it is very important as parents, to take some time to care for oneself as individuals.

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An algorithm is a precise, step-by-step set of instructions for solving a task. An algorithm does not solve a task; it gives you a series of steps that, if executed correctly, will result in a solution to a task. You use algorithms every day but you often do not explicitly think about the individual steps of the algorithm. Nowadays computers are used to solve incredibly complex problems. But in order to manage with a problem we should develop an algorithm. Sometimes the human brain is not able to accomplish this task. Moreover, exact algorithms might need centuries to manage with formidable challenges. In such cases heuristic algorithms that find approximate solutions but have acceptable time and space complexity play indispensable role. In this paper heuristics, their areas of application and the basic underlying ideas are surveyed. We also describe in more detail some modern heuristic techniques, namely Evolutionary Algorithms, Genetic algorithm and neural network.

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In its early stage, friction stir welding (FSW) was mainly used for welding of aluminium and its alloys but for last few years great interest has been seen to join high strength metals by this process. Industries producing space satellite and airplane, nuclear reactors,

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This paper presents a detailed design of a passive one pole (1st order), two pole (2nd order), four pole (4th order) low pass Butterworth filter. The frequency response of the filter (magnitude and gain) is also measured and analyzed and the 3 dB frequency is calculated

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The present study aims to make an elucidation of the induced shear stress in the arterial wall during pulsatile flow of blood. The wall shear stress indicates the force exerted by the wall onto the fluid in tangential direction. With this end in view time periodic change of wall shear stress is determined by varying the Darcy number. Second grade viscoelastic model is considered with a view to built a mathematical model that may express the nature of blood in a more realistic way.