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Committee Members of the Conference

Chief Patron

Prof. (Dr.) Srikanta Patnaik President, IRNet India Intersceince Campus, Bhubaneswar

Programme Chair

Prof. K. Karbasappa, Professor & Head, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering Bangalore, Karnataka

About the Conference

Computer Science and Information Technology have a profound influence on all branch of science, engineering, management as well. New technologies are constantly emerging, which are enabling applications in various domains and services. International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT 2012) is organized by IRNet for the presentation of technological advancement and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied area of Computer Science and Information Technology. CSIT 2012 aims to bring together developers, users, academicians and researchers in the information technology and computer science for sharing and exploring new areas of research and development and to discuss emerging issues faced by them.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Algorithms,Artificial Intelligence Automated Software Engineering,Bio-informatics,Bioinformatics and Scientific Computing,Biomedical Engineering,Compilers and Interpreters Computational Intelligence,Computer Animation,Computer Architecture & VLSI


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Bhubaneswar, India


Artificial Intelligence Automated Software Engineering, Bio-informatics


Computer Engineering


Thinking about the future can help you shape it. Thinking too much about the future can make you spacey. Our country is now in the IT era. More than 3.5 million people in India are employed in IT sector. This itself will explain you the significance of the IT sector in our country. IT sector is having a marvelous growth and a spectacular significance in India over the past decade. India's economy has also grown as well. Indian IT sector has placed its own in the third position among the world countries because of our countries domestic international market demand. In the last one decade, the growth of IT industry in India has shown a tremendous rate of 35%. India have reached a nearer GDP contribution of around 8.5% which is more or less equal to United States progress. IT sectors impact over India started because of the Y2Y problem that occurred before 2 decades, which in follow wanted a large number of skilled and efficient human resources to satisfy the database correction needs owing to the cope up with the later new adventures. In the past decade, India has become the significant destination among the Asian countries. IT growth in India is mainly because of the prominent role played by the following software series system namely: Custom Application Development and Maintenance (CADM), System Integration, IT Consulting, Application Management, Infrastructure Management Services, Software testing, Service-oriented architecture ,Web services. Let me highlight some of the recent developments in Computer Science & Engineering. Recently, many U.S. ISP have fallen in line with their international counterparts in capping monthly residential broadband usage. A new research by a Georgia Tech researcher shows such pricing models trigger uneasy user experiences that could be mitigated by better tools to monitor data usage through their home networks. The study found, typically manage their capped broadband access against three uncertainties invisible balances, mysterious processes and multiple users and these uncertainties have predictable impacts on household Internet use and can force difficult choices on users. Given the undeniable trend in both Internet norms (such as cloud-based applications) and home-entertainment delivery toward greater broadband requirements, the study seeks to create awareness and empathy among designers and researchers about the experience of Internet use under bandwidth caps. Now researchers at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science have discovered a way to ease that tension Ono, a unique software solution that allows users to efficiently identify nearby P2P clients. The software, which is freely available and has been downloaded by more than 150,000 users, benefits ISPs by reducing costly cross-network traffic without sacrificing performance for the user. In fact, when ISPs configure their networks properly, their software significantly improves transfer speeds by as much as 207 percent on average. The purpose of holding such conferences is to bring together, on a common platform, scientists, engineers and researchers along with other eminent academic personalities in electrical & electronics engineering. They would get ample scope to make exchange of views, ideas and thoughts besides presentation of papers based on intensive research in the areas of the conference theme and sub-topics. It’s my pleasure to welcome all the participants, delegates and organizer to this international conference on behalf of IOAJ family members. I sincerely thank all the authors for their invaluable contribution to this conference. I am indebted towards the reviewers and Board of Editors for their generous gifts of time, energy and effort.


Dr. Srikanta Patnaik Chairman,

I.I.M.T., Bhubaneswar Intersceince Campus,

At/Po.: Kantabada, Via-Janla, Dist-Khurda Bhubaneswar, Pin:752054.

Orissa, INDIA.

Proceeding of International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology ICCSIT-2012