I'IRJ Vol-1, No.1, 2011 Published

IARS International Research Journal

Vol-1, No.1, 2011

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S. No. Title/Author Abstract/Keywords
1. Preface This section contains the general information about the current volume of the journal viz. message from editor, brief introduction about authors of content in current volume, testimonial and motivational messages received by editor, and other covering/packaging content of the journal.
2. Study to Assess the Nutritional Status of Under Five Children in a Selected Sub Center of Bikaner, Rajasthan – India

Bhuvanesh Shukla

Abstract: This is a study to assess nutritional status of children of age under five in a selected sub center of Bikaner, Rajasthan - India. The objective of the research is to: assess the nutritional status of under five children in terms of height and weight; compare the nutritional status of under five children with various standards; and compare the nutritional status of under five children with their demographic variables
3. Paris Attack in Wireless Ad Hoc Network 

Vishnu K, 
Mohit Jain
Abstract: Mobile Ad hoc networks are often used in places with little or no infrastructure. However its very nature of being dynamic and infrastructure less makes it vulnerable to many of the security related issues. In this paper we make use of the vulnerability present in the AODV protocol to present a new kind of Man in the Middle attack for MANETs namely, “The Paris Attack”.

Keywords: Mobile Ad hoc Networks; Black Hole; Routing; AODV; Routing Table.
4. ERP Implementations and its Major Challenges in Auditing Security Issues for SME’s 

G. Panda
D. Jena
A. K. Samantaray
Abstract: Enterprise Resource planning helps S.M.E.'s to enjoy unimaginable benefits. Nevertheless the problems of ERP in S.M.E.'s remain unsolved. The troubles faced by S.M.E.'s with regards to ERP is quiet understandable. However there is always a scope for making things better and making ERP's more user friendly for Small and Medium Enterprises. In this paper the authors have extensively studied major implementation challenges and security issues pertaining to the implementation of ERP in various SME’s.

Keywords: ERP, SME, Open Source ERP
5. Social Capital and Politeness Strategies in Fostering Ethnic Relations in Malaysia and the Philippines 

M. Khemlani David, 
F. Perlas Dumanig
Abstract: Social capital helps in developing relationships among people in a community or from one community to the other. The concept of social capital focuses on social relationships or individual relationship which is an important tool in building a united and progressive society. Social capital is essential for facilitating peaceful and effective relationships among people in a modern and progressive society.
Keywords: Ethnic Relations, Nation Building, Regional Studies
6. Harvesting the Web to Procure Secure Information for Enterprise

R. Punhani
A. Kakkar

Abstract:As a chaotic and unmanageable influence, the Web can be perceived as a threat to the security and tranquility of the warehouse environment. A stable infrastructure is required. The issue of Integrity and reliability of web content is critical to the requirement of refining information through the processes of discovery, Validation, Acquisition, Design and Formatting, Dissemination, and Information Security. This paper proposes a process model along with architecture to support this methodology within a data centre.
Key Words:Mining, Harvesting the Web, Enterprise, Information Security, Web Content
7. Design of a Multidimensional Model Using Object Oriented Features In UML

P. Pahwa,
S. Taneja,
S. Jain
Abstract: The paper proposes an object oriented approach to model the process of data warehouse design. The hierarchies of each data element can be explicitly defined, thus highlighting the data granularity. It proposes a UML multidimensional model using various data sources based on UML schemas and presents a conceptual-level integration framework on diverse UML data sources on which OLAP operations can be performed. 
Keywords: Data warehouse, Multidimensional modeling, Object Oriented Paradigm, Unified Modeling Language