2006

Design of Free Open Source Software Based 3-Tier Intranet Framework : TCENet , Saravanan S, Senthil Kumaran S, Sri Ranjani K 2006

"TCENet is a 3-tier intranet Framework" which is developed in Free Open Source Software exclusively for academic institutions. It blends the power of python along with Cheetah and mod-python.

TCE FIREWALL, N.Anucharan, G.Elango, K.Manivannan, 2006.

The project aims at providing the security features for the clients using various firewall features. This is implemented by using iptables rules.Security features can be provided by specifying the ipaddress, port numbers, protocols, interfaces, MAC addresses and also provided by matching strings in the transmitted packets. As the MAC addresses are unique for each and every system, it provides high security.

An Adaptive TYPE-2 Neurao Fuzzy Controller for Non Linear Unceratain Systems, Kamatchi Priya, L(05CS08)

This article Proposes a new control scheme using type-2 fuzzy neural network(type-2 FNN) and adaptive filter for controlling nonlinear uncertain systems. The type-2 FNN System has the ability of universal approximation, that is identification of nonlinear uncertain systems. The proposed control scheme consists of a type-2 FNN and a pre-filter. The adaptive filter is used to provide better performance undere transient response and to treat the problem of disturbance attenuation. The tuning parameters of the filter and the type-2 FNN controller will change according to the learning algorithm. By Lyapunov Stability theorem, the convergence of parameters is given in order to guarantee the stability of non linear uncertain systems The effectiveness of the proposed controller is demonstrated by simulation results.

Partial Implementation of Orion,a Microkernel based system, Visalakshi.V (05CS27), 2006.

The microkernal have been debated over and over for a nearly three decades and some good results have started growing up. The microkernal provides defined set of abstractions for user processs. This architecture was for long in the shelves of the research houses. Laternumber of implementation sprouted up. The Orion microkernel aims to develop a simple and fast microkernel that provides a simple processor abstraction,yet powerful enough to support a multiserver operating system. There are system calls for the crude process creation, shared memory management and asynchronous message passing. These features are directly supported by the kernal. The rest of the functionality of the OS, including the process manager, memory manager, file system, device drivers etc., are implemented outside the kernal. The microkernal abstractions are task, thread, port and message. The Orion microkernal model proides multiple tasks, multiple threads of execution within each task, message baced interprocess communication and shared memory.

TCE Enhanced Library Automation System, M.Priyadharshini(02C58), J.Rajalakshmi(02C62), M.Sudha(02C90)

In todays large libraries the maintenance of the library is a big issue.This report presents an enhanced library automation system with user friendly web-OPAC(Online Public Access Catalog)and authenticated access to all class of users.It helps the librarian with less progrmming skills to maintain the library effectively. An Online Public Access Catalog or OPAC is a computerised online catalog of the materials held in a library.The library staffs and the public can usually access it as several computr terminals within the library,or from home via internet. A library automation system is a computer system designed to automate tasks in a library. Such systems primarily host a catelog of the library's collection, replcaing the old card catelog once used. Under the card catalog system, several cards may be prepared for each book by Title, Author and subject.Each card would also bear a call number,denoting the item's location within the library's collection(for example,according to Dewey Decimal System or other library classification scheme). Automation include book issue,book return,sending remainder notices,fine calculation,generating reports,indexing and maintenance of journal articles,book reservation,stock verification,ordering of books.

Remote Task Manager Operating System, E.Kanmani(02C35), R.Kavitha(02C40)

The project focusses on aspects of managing the tasks that run on remote systems present in a network.Remote Task Manager (RTM) is a system control interface that can be run from any windows 2000/NT computer.This enables a systems administrator to control most aspects of a remote environment.RTM provides a simple-to-use tabbed interface, making each of the activities very easy to control.It provides the interoperability feature,by allowing the remote systems to work upon any Operating system.In a distributed environment by making use of standards like 1)XML and 2)TCP/IP,the project affords greater degree of inter-operability,Scalability and Extensibility for any OS.The inter-operability is established in such a way that the RTM doesn't need any great changes to be introduced to be on arrival of new operating system in future.In addition to the regular functinalities of the task manager,it provides security through Impersonation technique.RTM authenticates the user who wishes to access the remote system's privilege level of the current user.As an initial level,the project shows inter-operability using windows and linux operating systems.

An Intelligent Tamil Chat Robot, R.Manikandan(05CS13)

A chat robot is a tool for natural language communication between man and machine.Intelligent chat robot is a chat robot that simulates human conversation through Artificial Intelligence - a program to chat with the system in Tamil.Aquestion or a statement is taken as input from the user.The function of the system is to generate an appropriate response,based on the context of the input.The user can choose any existing topic for conversation and ask in Tamil.Provision for input in transliterated form is available.The system identifies the minimal context of the input as to what the user is trying to ask,no matter in what way the user frames his question.This is done using a set of decomposition rules.The response is then formed using a set of reassembly rules that reside in the knowledge base.This response is then reframed to match the way in which the user had framed his question.It provides a seperate interface for adding domains and for updating the knowledge base.