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Open Access Category: BJCSIT Total View - 352
Empirical Study of Features and Unsupervised Sentiment Analysis Techniques for Depression Detection in Social Media Paper ID: BJCSIT-11-12-2020-184
Abstract : This study provides an empirical evaluation of diverse traditional learning, deep learning, and unsupervised techniques based on diverse sets of features for the problem of depression detection among Twitter and Reddit users. The main objective of this study is to investigate the most appropriate features, document representations, and text classifiers for the significant problem of depression detection on social media microblogs, such as tweets, as well as macroblogs, such as posts on Reddit. The study's investigation will concentrate on the linguistic characteristics, blogging behavior, and topics for features, multi-word, and word embeddings for document representation as well as on unsupervised learning for text clustering. This study will select the best approaches in the literature as baselines to practically examine them on the depressive and non-depressive dataset of blogs designed for this work. The study's integrations and ensembles of the selected baselines will be experimented as well to recommend a design for an effective social media blog classifier based on unsupervised learning and WE document representation. The study concluded that the experiments proved that a stacking ensemble of Adam Deep Learning With SOM clustering followed by Agglomerative Hierarchical clustering with topic features and pre-trained word2vec embeddings achieved an accuracy more than 92% on Twitter and Reddit depression analysis datasets.
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Open Access Category: JMHS Total View - 348
Giant Cell Fibroblastoma: A Case Report Paper ID: JMHS-16-10-2020-182
Abstract : Giant cell fibroblastoma (GCF) is an uncommon, mesenchymal neoplasm of the soft tissues. It is an unusual childhood tumour of intermediate malignancy. We are reporting a case of giant cell fibroblastoma in a 3 and a half-year-old boy who presented with painless oval swelling at the left shoulder that appeared from birth. MRI of the shoulder revealed a subcutaneous mass. The patient underwent a total excision of the mass. Histological, immunohistochemical and genetic examinations have shown giant cell fibroblastoma. This tumour poses diagnostic challenges to the pathologist because it may be confused with malignant mesenchymal tumours with different prognosis.
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Open Access Category: AJFSN Total View - 366
Effect of groundnut cake flours supplementation on proximate composition, functional and sensory properties of pearl millet flour based complementary food Paper ID: AJFSN-24-06-2020-176
Abstract : In this study, effect of groundnut cake flours supplementation on proximate composition, functional and sensory properties of pearl millet flour based complementary food was evaluated. Ground nut cake obtained from different oil extraction methods (hot water and hexane) and pearl millet were processed into flours. The ground cake flours were sieved and mixed with the millet flour in the ratio of 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 60:40 and 50:50, respectively The proximate composition, functional properties (swelling power, bulk density, wettability, dispersability) and acceptability were determined. Data obtained were statistically analyzed using analysis of variance and where differences exited, means were separated using Duncan Multiple Range Test. Result indicated that, moisture content of the complementary food decreased from 12.16 to 6.21%) with increase in protein (9.37 to 19.14%), fat (3.18 to 9.02%), crude fibre (2.19 to 2.70%), ash (1.00 to 2.35%) and carbohydrate (62.85 to 74.28%) contents, while the Water absorption capacity ranged from 3.15 to 4.75%, wettability from 68.00 to 126.5 %, bulk density from 0.08 to 0.77 g/ml and dispersability from 47.5 to 60.00% and decreased with increase in rate of substitution. The complementary foods from formulations of MGhx 60:40 (60% Pearl millet flour and 40% ground nut cake flour from hexane oil extracted) and MGhx50:50 (50% Pearl millet flour and 50% ground nut cake flour of hexane oil extracted) were the best formulations in terms of
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Open Access Category: AJFSN Total View - 384
Detoxification effect of Bifidobacterium bifidum against aflatoxin M1 in weaning baby food Paper ID: AJFSN-17-05-2020-174
Abstract : Aflatoxin M1 (AFM1) concerns potent hazard in baby food for infant and young children. Bacterial detoxification is a promising method to reduce mycotoxins in food matrix. Bifidobacterium bifidum investigate the binding capacity towards AFM1 in phosphate buffered saline (PBS) and prepared baby food. The binding ability was evaluated regarding to bacterial population (107, 108 and 109 cfu/g), incubation intervals (0, 6, 12 and 24 hrs), viable and heat treated cells against AFM1. The unbound AFM1 was quantitative analyzed by Competitive Direct ELISA method. The experimental use of several concentrations of B. bifidum showed gradual AFM1 decrease forming binding AFM1-bacteria complex by incubation time. The AFM1 reduction percent/24hrs of B. bifidum cells ranged from 34.15 to 56.66% in PBS and from 35.77 to 64.10% in baby food samples. High bacterial concentration, nonviable bacteria and increase storage intervals are factors had significant (p<0.05) AFM1-bacteria binding ability to reduce AFM1 in spiked baby food samples contained 1x109 cfu/g of nonviable bacterial cells to be 17.72±0.68 ng/kg. The high bacterial concentration of nonviable cells show significant high detoxification effect in spiked samples, when compared with PBS (p<0.05) and may comply with the acceptable limits in the Egyptian standards. It could be concluded that, the bacterial population, heat-treated cells and time of incubation have a positive binding effect toward AFM1 in baby food.
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Open Access Category: BJCAE Total View - 348
A Corrosion Model for Prediction of the Service Life of Reinforced Concrete Water Conveyancing Structures. Paper ID: BJCAE-14-05-2020-173
Abstract : With increased competing demands of sustainable and green structures to support the United Nations sustainable development goals, new technologies are evolving for efficient design and manufacture and construction of civil and environmental engineering products. Researchers have up scaled their effort to develop techniques to monitor the performance of civil engineering structures within their service life for optimum return from investment. The aim of this research was to develop a corrosion model for prediction of the service life of reinforced concrete water conveyancing structures. To achieve the desired objective, steel samples were cast in 9 cylinders each of 150mm diameter x 300mm long, 130mm diameter x 300mm long and 100mm diameter x 300mm long in concrete of characteristic strength 25/mm2,30N/mm2 and 35N/mm2 respectively. After 24 hours the cast specimens were demolded and immersed in curing tanks for 28 days and then immersed in a 3.5% industrial sodium chloride solution under 6V. The accelerated corrosion specimens were monitored for onset of cracks and stopped when the cracks were 0.2mm in width. The physical and chemical properties of the materials were investigated for compliance with relevant and applicable British and Kenyan standards for conformity to acceptable criteria. The concrete materials were batched by weight and mixed by a lab electric pan concrete mixer in batches of 0.009 m3. The concrete batches were tested for consistency by the slump and compaction factor tests. The applicability of existing models for critical corrosion depth for cover cracking was assessed. The corrosion current density of existing models was evaluated using results of this work and a model was proposed that matched with the experimental data reasonably well. Further, a corrosion service life prediction model that takes account of the cover to the rebar, the compressive strength and split tensile properties of concrete has proposed. The service life model developed here is for reinforced concrete water conveyancing structures subjected to chloride contamination. The model defines a criterion for corrosion initiation period, crack propagation period to 0.05mm width and propagation period from 0.05mm to 0.2mm. The results of the analysis of the present model significantly correlate well with experimental work and results of other researchers
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