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The health care system which is using a Database is a well-known method for storing information. In regular database systems, sometimes because of existence of huge data it is not possible to fulfill the user's criteria and to provide them with the exact the information that they need to make a decision. However, this analysis accuracy is reduced when the quality of medical data is incomplete. The Healthcare system is far from optimal and tedious to undergo. These huge record sets can be processed and learned for better and automated medication. So this can be done with machine learning systems to evaluate the patient, diagnose them and to prescribe them with medicine. Moreover, different regions exhibit unique characteristics of certain regional diseases, which may weaken the prediction of disease outbreaks. With big data growth in biomedical and healthcare communities, this can be overcome by providing more accurate analysis. So using machine learning algorithms effective prediction of diseases can be done and providing with precise medicine for the disease.
Keywords : Disease Prediction, Drug Prediction, Machine Learning
 G. Lopez, V. Custodio, and J. I. Moreno, “LOBIN: E-textile and wireless-sensor-network-based platform for healthcare monitoring in future hospital environments,” IEEE Trans. Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 1446–1458, 2010.  A.M. Nia, M. Mozaffari-Kermani, S. Sur-Kolay, A. Raghunathan, and N. K. Jha, “Energy-efficient long-term continuous personal health monitoring,” IEEE Trans. Multi-Scale Computing Systems, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 85–98, 2015.  M. Mozaffari-Kermani, S. Sur-Kolay, A. Raghunathan, and N. K. Jha, “Systematic poisoning attacks on and defenses for machine learning in healthcare,” IEEE J. Biomedical and Health Informatics, vol. 19, no. 6, pp. 1893–1905, 2015.  M. Shoaib, N. K. Jha, and N. Verma, “Signal processing with direct computations on compressively sensed data,” IEEE Trans. Very Large Scale Integr. Syst., vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 30–43, 2015.  A. H. Khandoker, M. Palaniswami, and C. K. Karmakar, “Support vector machines for automated recognition of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome from ECG recordings,” IEEE Trans. Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 37–48, 2009.  G. N. Forrest, T. C. Van Schooneveld, R. Kullar, L. T. Schulz, P. Duong, and M. Postelnick, “Use of electronic health records and clinical decision support systems for antimicrobial stewardship,” Clinical Infectious Diseases, vol. 59, pp. 122–133, 2014.  D. Suryakumar, A. H. Sung, and Q. Liu, “Influence of machine learning vs. ranking algorithm on the critical dimension,” Int. J. Future Computer and Communication, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 215–220, 2013.
Nowadays Automation plays a vital role in industrial applications. This proposal deals with PLCs (Programmable Logic Controller) for automation in material handling. This system is mainly used for storing and retrieving the unprocessed materials in a manufacturing unit. We use proximity sensors to detect the nearby objects. The main objective of this paper is to built an automation system coordinated by using PLC integration.
Keywords : Proximity Sensor–Programmable Logic Controller –Conveyor
 Swathi S P , M G Vasundhra, Dr B Yogesh, 2013“PLC based Automatic Racking System” in International Journal of Engineering Research Technology. pp 805-810  A. Albagul, K. Alsharef, M. Saad, Y. Abujeela, "Design and Fabrication of an Automated Multi-level Car Parking System", in Manufacturing Engineering, Automatic Control and Robotics, 2013.  Kees Jan Roodbergen, 2009, “A survey of literature on ASRS”. European Journal of Operational Research. pp 343-362  Rashid, M.M; Kasemi, B; Rahman, M., 2001, “New ASRS using wireless communication”, International conference on Mechatronics IEEE. pp 1-7  We-Min Chow, 1989,” Development of an Automated Storage and Retrieval System for manufacturing assembly lines”. Proceedings of international conference on Robotics and Automation, IEEE. pp 490-491  H. karnataka, "PLC controlled low cost automatic packing” International Journal of advanced mechanical engineering vol . 4, no .7, PP.803-811, 2014.
In hydrodynamic lubrication, the pressure condition of the fluid is critical to ensure good performance of the lubricated machine elements such as journal bearings. In the present study, an experimental work is conducted to determine the pressure distribution around the circumference of a journal bearing due to variation in Speed and Loads. It is concluded after observation that the location of the maximum pressure for the given operating conditions is close to the position where radial clearance between journal and casing is minimum. Our study deals with a design of journal bearing apparatus to determine the pressure distribution along the periphery and along the length of the journal bearing. By adding the weight also we can take the readings at various speeds.
Keywords : Hydrodynamic,Journal Bearing,Pressure Distribution
 Experimental Evaluation of Performance parameters of journal Bearing Operating in Boundary /Mixed Lubrication Regimes. IARJSET Amrutvahini Collage of Engineering, Sangamner Vol 3, special Issue 1, March 2016  Understanding Journal Bearings, Malcolm E. Leader, P.E.Applied Machinery Dynamics Co. Durango, Colorado  Machine Element Design by V.B. Bhandari.  Tribology Hand Book  Tribology of wear & tear  Oil film pressure in Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing by ANTTI VALKONEN.
The survival of patients with melanoma is mainly dependent on the thickness of the melanoma. The depth of the melanoma is usually give in millimeters then calculated using pathological examination following a biopsy of the suspected lesion. To avoid invasive methods in the estimation of the thickness of the melanoma prior to surgery we propose a computational image analysis system from dermoscopic images. A recent interpretable method merging logistic regression along with artificial networks (LIPU) logistic regression using initial variables and product units, which are nominal classification methods, are compared in terms of performance. In case of binary classification LIPU performs with an accuracy of 77.6% compared to all other methods while in case of the second scheme the ordinal classification methods achieve a better balance between the performances of all classes even though LIPU reports the highest overall accuracy.
Keywords : Melanoma, Dermoscopic images, Image analysis, Classification methods
 P. Guti´errez, M. P´erez-Ortiz, J. S´anchez-Monedero, F. Fernandez- Navarro, and C. Herv´as-Mart´inez, “Ordinal regression methods: survey and experimental study,” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, vol. In press, no. 99, 2015.  Bag-of-Features Classification Model for the Diagnose of Melanoma in Dermoscopy Images Using Color and Texture Descriptors Catarina Barata1, Jorge S. Marques1, and Teresa Mendon¸ca2 M. Kamel and A. Campilho (Eds.): ICIAR 2013, LNCS 7950, pp. 547–555, 2013.c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013  Texture Information in Melanocytic Skin Lesion Analysis Based on Standard Camera Images, Pablo G. CavalcantiJacobScharcansk Part of the Series in bioengineering book series (SERBIOENG) 27 September 2013  Evaluation of cutaneous melanoma thickness by digital dermoscopy analysis: a retrospective study. Rubegni P1, Cevenini G, Sbano P, Burroni M, Zalaudek I, Risulo M, Dell'Eva G, Nami N, Martino A, Fimiani M Melanoma Res. 2010 Jun;20(3):212-7. doi: 10.1097/CMR.0b013e328335a8ff  P. Cavalcanti and J. Scharcanski, “Texture Information in Melanocytic Skin Lesion Analysis Based on Standard Camera Images,” in Computer Vision Techniques for the Diagnosis of Skin Cancer, J. Scharcanski and M. E. Celebi, Eds. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, pp. 221–242.  G. Argenziano, C. Longo, A. Cameron, S. Cavicchini, J.-Y. Gourhant, A. Lallas, I. McColl, C. Rosendahl, L. Thomas, D. Tiodorovic-Zivkovic, P. Zaballos, and I. Zalaudek, “Blue-black rule: a simple dermoscopic clue to recognize pigmented nodular melanoma,” British Journal of Dermatology, vol. 165, no. 6, pp. 1251–1255, 2011.  A review on diagnosis of nutrient deficiency symptoms in plant leaf image using digital image processing s. jeyalakshmi1 and r. radha2, ictact journal on image and video processing, May 2017, volume: 07, issue: 04  Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Melanoma Using Border and Wavelet-Based Texture AnalysisGarnavi R, Aldeen M, Bailey J IEEE Trans InfTechnol Biomed. 2012 Nov; 16(6):1239-52. doi: 10.1109/TITB.2012.2212282. E-pub 2012 Aug 8.  A survey on Automatic Analysis of Statistical Properties of Rheumatoid Arthritis using Digital Image Processing Prof G.S. Mate1 , Dr. A. K. Kureshi2 , 30th July,2017  H.-T. Lin and L. Li, “Reduction from cost-sensitive ordinal ranking to weighted binary classification,” Neural Computation, vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 1329–1367, 2012.  A survey on deep learning in medical image analysis Author links open overlay panel GeertLitjensThijsKooiBabak Ehteshami Bejnordi LaakBramvan GinnekenClara I.Sánchez,Received 27 February 2017, Revised 24 July 2017, Accepted 25 July 2017, Available online 26 July 2017.  Automatic bone boundary detection in hand radiographs by using modified level set method and diffusion filter. Garcia In IEEE 6th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence and Applications, Hiroshima, Japan, July 13, 2013.
Now-a-days usage of plastic and generation of plastic refuse increases day by day, so necessary steps should be taken to reduce pollution due to plastic waste. In this paper, plastic refuse was used as a fine aggregate in some percentage with Manufactured sand (M-sand) instead of river sand to reduce the impact of pollution caused by plastic refuse. Since the demand for natural sand has increased drastically. The replacement of river sand by plastic refuse should not affect the strength as well. In this way, it is easy to manage the demand of natural sand and pollution due to improper disposal of plastic refuse. In previous studies, there was a strength reduction in the concrete as the addition of plastic refuse increases. The addition of plastic refuse in the form of pellets has increased the strength of concrete as plastic pellets are having more density than raw plastic refuse. The addition of plastic pellets of 4% has achieved a maximum compressive strength, tensile strength and flexural strength of 28 N/mm2, 1.96 N/mm2 and 2.75 N/mm2 respectively at the end of 28 days curing.
Keywords : Replacement, Manufactured Sand, Plastic, Minimum Percentage, Disposal of Plastic
 Boskey Bahoriaa , Dr D K Parbatb , Dr. P. B. Nagarnaikc , Dr.U.P.Waghe “Effect of Replacement of Natural Sand By Quarry Dust And Waste Plastic On Compressive & Split Tensile Strength Of M20 Concrete”  Pramod S. Patil1, J.R.Mali2, Ganesh V.Tapkire3, H. R. Kumavat4 “Innovative Techniques of Waste Plastic Used In Concrete Mixture"  Bahoria B.V.*1, Parbat D.K.2 and Naganaik P.B.3 “Replacement of Natural Sand in Concrete by Waste Products: A State Of Art”  Manhal A Jibrael1 and Farah Peter2* “Strength and Behavior of Concrete Contains Waste Plastic” All  Vinayak R.Supekar1 Popat D “Properties of Concrete by Replacement of Natural Sand with Artificial Sand”.  Zainab Z. Ismail *, Enas A. Al-Hashmi “Use of Waste Plastic in Concrete Mixture as Aggregate Replacement”  Arivalagan.S “Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Waste Plastic in Concrete”  Kshiteesh Gaur1, Jyotsana2, Anil Kumar Arya3, Neelesh Kumar Singh4 “Use Of Plastic as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Fibre Reinforced Concrete”.  Gaurav Verma1, Mohd. Afaque Khan2 Mr Abhishek Kumar3 “Effect of Waste Plastic as Partial Replacement of Aggregate in Concrete Mixture: A Review”  B.Harini1 & K.V.Ramana2 “Use Of Recycled Plastic Waste as Partial Replacement for Fine Aggregate in Concrete”  B Jaivignesh* And A Sofi “Study On Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Plastic Waste as an Aggregate”  Raghatate Atul M “Use Of Plastic in a Concrete to Improve Its Properties”
As the cities grow, the number of impermeable surfaces those that do not allow water to infiltrate into the ground can increase. Managing runoff in urban areas becomes difficult and forms flooding. If it is not properly maintained, the storm water runoff forms the negative effect on nearby surface water. The implementation of the permeable pavement increases the infiltration rate of water into the ground surface and also increases the filtration of rain water. This will be difficult to find the cost-effective pavement by hydrological assumptions and also the installation of permeable pavement is costly than compared to the impermeable pavements. Even though it is costlier, it gives higher benefits and improves the water sustainability. This paper gives the estimation of suitable cost effective permeable pavement for the selected site in K. K. Nagar, Trichy.
Keywords : Storm Water Management, Cost Analysis, Porous Asphalt Pavement, Ground Water Recharge, Urban Roads
 Dr.S.K.Khanna, Dr.C.E.G.JustoNEM CHAND & BROS, Roorkee“Highway Engineering”( U.A) ISBN 81-85240-77-9  S.O.Ajamu.A. Jimoh, J.R. Oluremi “Evaluation of Structural Performance of Pervious Concrete in Construction” ISSN: 2049-3444 pg no: 829-835  California Department of Transportation “Pervious Pavement Design Guidance”  Concrete Delivers www.concreteparking.org  ACI 552R (2010): “Report on Pervious Concrete”, American Concrete Institute,Farmington Hills,Michigan, http://www.concrete.org  Darshan S.Shah,Prof. JayeshkumarPitroda,Prof.J.J.Bhavsar “Pervious Concrete:New Era For Rural Road Paveemnt”ISSN:2231-5381.  West Chester, PA (Porous@thcahill.com).  Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon,Salem,OR (APAO.org).
An intelligent helmet has been developed to assist the miners working in the mining industry. Harmful events tend to occur in the mining industry that can lead to severe injury or be fatal. LED miner’s helmet is the most commonly used helmet because of light weight and low power consumption. However it does not improve the safety of miners apart from providing illumination. Zigbee wireless sensor networks are used to collect sensor data and transmit them. The zigbee based system is cost effective and details are shared with central control unit. This paper presents a study of the mining environment and its hazards and how a zigbee is used for transmission from miner to ground control system in case of hazardous events.
Keywords : Miners, Safety, Sensors, Wireless Network,& AirQuality
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In today’s world the main emphasis is on green and sustainable development. River sand is one of the vital ingredient in the construction. Environmental concerns are being raised against uncontrolled extraction of river sand. But in presence of water it reacts with free lime and form hydrated products which helps in attaining good strength and also improving the durability. The arguments are mostly in regards to protect river beds against erosion and the importance having natural sand as a filter for ground water. So, prosopis juliflora wood powder is partially replaced with river sand.
Keywords : natural river sand, prosopis juliflora wooden powder
 Amir shaffi Butt and Anshul garg (2017) “Partial Replacement of Wood Ash with Ordinary Portland Cement and Foundry Sand as Fine Aggregate” in Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering.  Boobala Krishnan K.V., N.Vignesh, S.Kulandhai Antony, Cruz, Mandira Adhikari, N.Pagutharivu (2017) “Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement by Wood Ash and Fine Aggregate by Wood Powder”. South Asian Journal of Engineering and Technology Vol.3, No.7 (2017) 46-52.  Barathan .S. And B. Gobinath (2013)”Evaluation of Wood Ash as A Partial Replacement to Cement” ISSN: 2278 – 7798 International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR) Volume 2, Issue 10, October 2013.  Kamlesh Saini*, Vijay Chaudhary ,Ankush Bisnohi, Harshit Agarwal, Meghalal Ram,Sandeep Saraswat(2016) ”Effect on strength properties of concrete by using waste wood powder as partial replacement of cement” SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering (SSRG-IJCE) – volume 3 Issue 5.  Muthuraj .M. and Durai Murugan .A.(2017),” Experimental Investigation On Prosopis Juliflora Ash As A Partial Replacement Of Cement In Conventional Concrete” International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (An ISO 3297: 2007 Certified Organization) Vol. 6, Issue 5, May 2017  Obilade I.O (2014), “Use of saw dust as a partial replacement of cement in concrete” International Journal of Engineering Science Invention ISSN (Online): 2319 – 6734, ISSN (Print): 2319 – 6726 www.ijesi.org Volume 3 Issue 8 ǁ August 2014 ǁ PP.36-40.  Peter-(2006)”Evaluation of Prosopis juliflora properties as an alternative to wood shortage in Kenya”.  Raghu K1 Sharath V. T2 Naveen Y3 Bharath Kumar4 Yogesha B.S IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 5, Issue 06, 2017 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613 “Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement by Mesquite (Prosopis Juliflora) Wood Ash in Concrete “  Sanjay chaugh and Rahul Bansal (2016),”Study on saw dust as partial replacement with cement” International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research IJETSR www.ijetsr.com ISSN 2394 – 3386 Volume 3, Issue 4.  Varun (2015),” Development Of Timbercrete By Replacing Coarse Aggregate With Sawdust” IJCE, Volume 2, Issue 2.  IS: 10262-2009, Recommended Guidelines For Concrete Mix Design, Bureau Of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.  IS: 383-1970, Specifications for Course Aggregate and Fine Aggregate From Natural Sources for Concrete, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, and India.  IS: 456-2000, Indian Standard Code Of Practice For Plain And Reinforced Concrete, Bureau Of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.  IS: 516-1959, Indian Standard Code Of Practice- Methods Of Test For Strength Of Concrete, Bureau Of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.  IS: 12269-1987, Specifications for Portland cement, Bureau of Indian Standards, and New Delhi, India.
Lean manufacturing is the manufacturing philosophy and the system that was given by the Toyota, Japan and now the many of the manufacturers are using these techniques in industries. “Lean is simply a systematic technique or approach to identify and eliminating the waste through the continuous improvement by flowing the product at the pull of the customer in pursuit of the perfections. The main aim is to eliminate the wastages in every area of the production including the customer relations and the product design and suppliers”. Lean tools and approach are very much popular in the automobile component manufacturing which is improving the growth initiatives in the automobile industry in last two decades. In automobile these lean tools like JIST,5S, Six Sigma, FIFO, LIFO, Continuous Improvement, JIS, Kanban processes also helps in the rapid development and growth in assembly line and overall production and growth specially in automobile sector. Nowadays almost 70% to 80% improvement in most of industrial growth is due to the approach of lean manufacturing.
Keywords : JIST, 5S, Six Sigma, FIFO, LIFO, Continuous Improvement, JIS.
 R. j. Schonberg, “Japanese production management: an evolution – with mixed success,” journal of operation management, vol. 25, pp. 403-419, 2007.  M. Holweg, “the genealogy of the lean production,” journal of the operational management, vol.25, pp.420-437, 2007.  T. James, “wholeness as well leanness,” Iet manufacturing engineer, pp.14-17, 2006.  Taylor l. And matichenkor.,(2006), “lean transportation fact or fiction”. An executive white paper. Pp-7.  J. Seliger, k. awalegaonkar, c. Jampiris, G. Bellano, so you want to get lean kaizen or kaika ku, Oliver wyman, 2007.  Womack, j.p. and jones, d.t., lean thinking: banish waste and create wealth in your organization. NY: free press, 2003.  Jerry Kilpatrick (2003), “lean principles”, Utah manufacturing extension partnership.  Ahlstrom, p., 1998 “sequences in the implementation of the lean production”, European management journal 16, pp. 327-334.
The paper discusses about the techniques involved in controlling n bus interface with IOT. Due to the interfacing of IOT, all the control parameters get involved such as fuel level, location, amount of passengers, tickets collected, time of reaching destination, door state, lamp control, parts condition etc., can be both monitored and controlled in some case. The vision of the project is to control the rural transportation bus without any intervention of human in the bus, rather monitoring it in a different location. In case of controlling codes were developed under the logic of python platform based programming.
Keywords : Automated Bus, IoT, Raspberry Pi
 Lohit Ujjainiya and M. Kalyan Chakravarthi, “Raspberry – Pi Based Cost Effective Vehicle Collision Avoidance System Using Image Processing”, Arpn Journal of Engineering and Applied Science, Vol. 10, No. 7, April 20.  Shoaib Rehman Soomro, Mohammad Arslan Javed,Fahad Ahmed Memon,” Vehicle Number Recognition System For Automatic Toll Tax Collection”, Robotics And Artificial Intelligence (ICRAI),2013.  Hoang Dat Pham, Drieberg, M.Chi Cuong Nguyen, “Development Of Vehicle Tracking System Using Gps And Gsm Modem“,2003.  Mohannad Ibrahim, Abdelghafor Elgamri, Sharief Babiker, Ahmed Mohamed,” Internet of Things based Smart Environmental Monitoring using the Raspberry-Pi Computer”2015.  Aamir Nizam Ansari, Mohamed Sedkyl, Neelam Sharma, Anurag Tyagil,” An Internet of Things Approach for Motion Detection using Raspberry Pi”, international Conference on Intelligent Computing and Internet of Things (IC1T),2015.  Md. Nasimuzzaman Chowdhury, Md. Shiblee Nooman, Srijon Sarker, “Access Control of Door and Home Security by Raspberry Pi Through Internet”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 11 November-2013, ISSN 2229-5518.  Mirjana Maksimović, Vladimir Vujović, Nikola Davidović, Vladimir Milošević and Branko Perišić,” Raspberry pi as internet of things hardware performances and constrains,2015.  Cheah Wai Zhao, Jayanand Jegatheesan, Son Chee Loon, “Exploring IOT Application Using Raspberry Pi”, International Journal of Computer Networks and Applications Volume 2, Issue 1, January - February (2015).
Videos are very important and helpful in our daily life for understanding and comprehend the information. With the help of videos user can gain the knowledge and spreads that knowledge to the other peoples. Hence, here it becomes important to make videos available to the people having auditory problems and even more for the people to remove the gaps of their native language. This all things are getting by using the subtitles for videos. There are several websites which are providing the subtitle files for the videos but not for all videos. Downloading subtitles from internet is a monotonous process. Hence to generate subtitles automatically with the help of software is the valid subject to research, this research paper resolves the problems mentioned above through the speech recognition technology. There are three models helps to generate subtitles for videos, Audio Extraction helps to extract audio from video and convert into .wav format for speech recognition process. Here 24% reduction rate has been achieved in the size of the video after the extraction. With the help of PocketSphinx speech recognition engine the .wav file get processed and the speech is get converted into text format and stored in .srt file for future use.
Keywords : sphinx,ffmpeg,videos
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Automatic license plate recognition (LPR) plays an important role in numerous applications and a number of techniques have been proposed regarding the same. LPR is the extraction of vehicle license plate information from a captured image. The extracted information can be used with or without databases in many applications such as electronic payment systems (parking fee payment) and monitoring system for traffic surveillance. LPR uses the camera from a smartphone to capture the image. The quality of the acquired images is a major factor in the success of the LPR. LPR as a real life application has to quickly and successfully process license plates under different environmental conditions such as day, night, and outdoors. Image processing techniques that will be used are image detection, image binarization, character analysis, identification of plate edges, deskewing the image, character segmentation, optical character recognition, post processing for calculation of confidence.
Keywords : Open ALPR, Cloud ALPR, Android Studio, Internet and Java
 Automatic License Plate Recognition Shyang-Lih Chang, Li-Shien Chen, Yun-Chung Chung, and Sei-Wan Chen, Senior Member, IEEE.  Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR): A State-of-the-Art Review Shan Du, Member, IEEE, Mahmoud Ibrahim, Mohamed Shehata, Senior Member, IEEE, and Wael Badawy, Senior Member, IEEE.  Automatic OCR based control and analysis of vehicle license plates Ashwini Patil1 and Sachin Ruikar1 1 Department of Electronics Engineering Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli, Maharashtra, India.  D. S. Kim and S. I. Chien, “Automatic vehicle license plate extraction using modified generalized symmetry transform and image warping,” in Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. Ind. Electron. June. 2001, vol. 3,pp. 2022–2027.  https://github.com/openalpr/openalpr/wiki/OpenALPR-Design