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Articles by M. Sathya
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  M. Sathya
  The fresh green and yellow banana peel of five different varieties of (Musa, CV, Cavendish) fruits were treated with 70% ethanol, further partitioned with chloroform and ethylacetae (EtoAc) sequentially. The antioxidant activities of the extracts were evaluated by using hydroxyl radical scavenging activity, lipid peroxidation assay, estimation of vitamin C, catalase, peroxidase. The EtoAc extract of type-III and water extract of type-IV had shown the antioxidant activity.
  M. Sathya , P. Dhavachelvan and G. Sureshkumar
  Service-oriented systems have become popular and presented many advantages in developing enterprise services. The service categorization is the inevitable process in web service composition for choosing most suitable services from the available services that suits to the user’s requirements. Many researchers propose several service categorization techniques like those that functional metric based service categorization and non-functional metric based service categorization. Nevertheless, those methods did not address the structural properties of the target services. We are proposing a structural metric based categorization technique for effective Web Services Composition (WSC). Coupling is the most important structural attribute of services when they integrated into a system. Structural metrics are useful to evaluate service’s quality according to its ability of coupling. We are aiming at using the coupling metrics to measure the maintainability, reliability, testability and reusability of services. We have identified two Service Colony Metrics (SCM) to formulate the Weighted Dependency Metric (WDM) which is used as the fitness function of Genetic Algorithm based Service Categorization (GASC) technique for optimizing the composite service categorization. This dependency metric based GASS technique have been tested in e-learning web services system and the experimental results shows improved performance when compared with non-functional metrics based categorization techniques.
  M. Sathya , P. Dhavachelvan and C. Beena Hassina
  In service oriented computing, services are the basic constructs that aims to facilitate building of business application in a more flexible and interoperable manner for enterprise collaboration. To satisfy the needs of clients and to adapt to the changing needs, service composition is performed in order to compose the various capabilities of available services. With the proliferation of services offering similar functionalities around the web, the task of service selection for service composition is complicated. Therefore, it is vital to provide service consumers with facilities for selecting required web services according to their non-functional qualities (QoS) or characteristics. To resolve the conflicts or divergent view of service consumers and service providers on quality of service for Web service selection, researchers propose an Egalitarian Based Negotiation Model that aims to select a required service for service consumers by achieving the egalitarian principle.
  M. Sathya and P. Chinnaswamy
  Bladder cancer is the one of the most common genito urinary tract malignancy and more than 90% of bladder cancer is of urothelial carcinomas that ranks fourth among cancers occurring in males. Although, over 50% of cases are diagnosed by biopsy at an early stage. The prognosis is sometimes difficult to assess because of heterogeneity, multifocality and tumor recurrence. In the present study, among 70 urinary bladder tumor patients, 61 (87%) were of Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC) and 9 (13%) of adenocarcinoma. Similarly, in the observed TCC patients, high grade is observed in 44 cases (63%) whereas low grade was in 17 cases (24%). The study also revealed among the TCC, 18 (25%) patients have shown the muscle invasion, 61 (87%) with lamina propria invasion and 18 (25%) patients with lymph vascular space invasion.
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