I'IRJ Vol-2, No.2, 2012 Published

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Vol-2, No.2, 2012

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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. Discourse of Leader in an Academic Setting: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Email Messages 

M. Khemlani David
F. Perlas Dumanig
Abstract: The focus of this paper is to examine the discourse of an academic leader through emails. This paper will examine the micro and macro level of leadership discourse. To analyze the data, Fairclough’s (1993) framework which includes the analysis of textual practice, discourse practice, and social practice will be used. In analyzing the discourse at the micro level, the paper will examine the textual practice which includes vocabulary, grammar, and text structure. In addition, genre and style of text and social practice will also be analyzed.

Keywords: Critical Discourse Analysis, Communication, Academic Leaders, Emails
3. Morphological Text Mining Implementation
*Published in I'IRJ Poster Papers Section
M. Markandeyulu, 
B.V.R.R. Nagarjuna, 
T. V. Kumar, 
B. RenukaDevi
Abstract: Text mining is extracting useful or relevant information from a Textual file. The extraction of information works on search engine or through a tool. Text mining is used for text retrieval & extraction and also categorization. We have developed a tool which will extract the details of textual data for a user in summarized form and the information subsequently is sufficient to know about a textual file. This paper highlights some facts about the same.

Keywords: Text Mining, Morphology, n-gram, Categorization, Information Extraction, Text Retrieval
4. An Assessment of ISMS Process Maturity based on Readiness and Awareness of team members of selected IT Organizations

A. Kakkar 
S. Madan

Abstract: The growth of computers and of information technology has been explosive. As a result, information technology has been widely applied in every aspect of our life—from business, government, education, finance, health-care, aerospace to national defence. Computers, especially networked computers, have brought benefits to us and improved our lives. However, surveys and reports from various industry associations and security organizations suggested that only a few organizations can successfully protect their information assets. Organizations realize that information security is a complex issue, involving both human and technical factors. This paper is an attempt to empirically assess the maturity of Information Security Management System (ISMS) implementation in selected IT Service organizations in terms of confidence of their employees on their Information Security Management System.
Keywords - ISMS, ITS, ITSM, ISO 9001, ITIL
5. Study and Analysis of Optimized Site-selection for Urban Green Space by Using Fuzzy logic

A. Ahmadi, 
N. Sajadian, 
H. Jalalyian, 
S. N. Naghibirokni
Abstract: In order to select a proper and optimized site for the green spaces according to site-selection principals layers (criteria) such as vicinity to residential centers, educational centers, cultural centers, urban infrastructures and establishments, commercial centers, hygienic centers, industrial centers and wastelands and etc. have been used. Research results in fuzzy logic valued region lands based on their importance in recognizing optimized location. Afterward, these lands are compared with land-use map and it was distinguished that lands with very good, good, and medium degree were placed close to residential, cultural, and educational centers which had more governmental ownership, and lands with weak and very weak degree were placed far from compatible land-uses, and were more placed close to industrial, administrative, hygienic sportive, and commercial centers which often had private ownership, therefore, they were not suggested for creating green space. 
Keywords - Ahvaz, Fuzzy logic, Green space, Site-selection