Journal of Chemistry

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Voulume: 4
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Article No. 1
nfinitude of prime in terms of square root of some form of two variable
PAUL RYAN AQUINO LONGHAS
Faculty of Department of Mathematics and Statistics College of Science Polytechnic University of the Philippines
ALSAFAT MALLILLIN ABDUL
Faculty of Department of Mathematics and Statistics College of Science Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Abstract :

In this study, we proved that for any positive integer n, there are infinitely many ordered pair (ܽa, ܾb) ∈ ℤ × ℤ* + where p = (a + 4ܾܽab + ܾb2݊n−1 )1/2+ 1 is a prime number. The main result follow by assuming the infinitude of prime X 2 + 1 and finitude of prime X 2 + 1.

Keyword : Primes of certain form, Composite, Dirichlet theorem
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Article No. 2
Study of Data Security Problems in Cloud Computing
AFNAN JAVED
M. Tech Research Scholar LNCT Bhopal MP (India)
Abstract :

Cloud Computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. There are basically three layers in cloud computing, at the bottom is the Infrastructure, Platform in the middle and Software on top.

This paper explores the different data security issues in cloud computing in a multi-tenant environment and proposes methods to overcome the security issues. In many businesses it is used nowadays due to this reason there is need for data security. If data is leaked outside then it can cause huge loss to the business. This is the reason for study of data security problems in cloud computing and techniques to resolve this issue.

Keyword : cloud computing, security problems
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Article No. 3
Integrating Waqf with Islamic Microfinance Institutions: Growth Expansion and Sustainable Development in India- Short Communication
Atif Aziz
Research Scholar, Department of Management, Sadhu Vaswani College, Barkatullah University, Bhopal (India)
B.D. Pandey
Professor, Department of Management, Sadhu Vaswani College, Barkatullah University, (Bhopal India)
Abstract :

In India, the population of Muslims is about 180 million and the majority of them live below poverty line and if non-Muslims are taken together this number reaches to about 77% of total Indian population, Microfinance is providing financial services to poor people, who traditionally lack access to banking and related services. Islamic Microfinance is based on Islamic principles in which interest/ Riba / Usury is prohibited. When loan is given without interest on the borrowed money, this loan is known as Qard-e-Hasana. The operational costs incurred in Islamic Microfinance Institutions (IMFI) is one of the major issues i.e. from where operational costs (which includes rent of space, salary of personnel, other overhead costs etc) should be compensated as no interest is charged in Islamic Microfinance. Islamic microfinance products are still quite small relative to the conventional microfinance sector and there is hindrance in growth, expansion and sustainable development due to the above discussed issue. Many IMFI charge 3-5% as service charge from the borrowers to cover operational cost, this service charge is interest/ riba as fixed amount is charged on the borrowed money, secondly, it gives an extra financial burden to the people who are already poor and needy. The primary purpose of IMFI is to provide financial support to the financially venerable people of the society and poverty alleviation. The problem discussed above can be solved by using Masjid space for IMFI office and using resources obtained from Waqf and Infaq

Keyword : Islamic Microfinance Institution (IMFI), Riba, Interest, Waqf, Interest
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Article No. 4
Data Mining And User Privacy Issues for Social Networking Sites- A Study
Gagan Sharma
M. Tech Research Scholar LNCT Bhopal MP India
Abstract :

Data mining can be defined as the process of mining for implicit, formerly unidentified, and potentially essential information from awfully huge databases by efficient knowledge discovery techniques. The growing popularity and development of data mining technologies bring serious threat to the security of individual’s sensitive information. Advances in technology have made it possible for hackers and intruders to collect personal and professional data about individuals and the connections between them, such as their email correspondence and friendships on the internet. These hackers could either be third party agencies or individuals who are interested in knowing more about the users of the social networks. Most of the information present in these social networks is not private, yet learning algorithms could be used on the public data to predict private information. This paper explores the potential of data mining as a technique that could be used by malicious data miners to threaten the privacy of social network sites (SNS) users.

Keyword : Social network sites (SNS) and security, Inference attacks, Intrusion Detection
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