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Final Year Computer Science Projects list - abdulrauf - 09-13-2013

Final Year Computer Science Projects list

AIR university Project exhibition Computer Science Projects list
Air University Science and Engineering Final Year Projects, representing the integration of knowledge and skills attained by students in their four years at the University, was display on Thursday 25th June 2013.

In Engineering, the projects from Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering, while in Science, they will cover Computer Science, simulation software as well as integrated computer applications.

Human Pose Recovery for Performance Analyzing in Sports Umer Farooq, Abdul Rehman got First Position

Sym-Bionic Eye (Second Sight) Shafqat Jamil, Hamza Aziz got Second Position and Third Position got by Shape Analysis of Blood Cells and Blood Borne Diseases Abdul Moid, Afzal Sarwar, Muhammad Farooq, Hammad Zafar

Other Final Year Computer Science Projects list
CS1)Sim Bionic Eye
Supervisor Dr Asad Naeem

Member M.Shafaqat Jamil  Hamza Aziz

This project intends to fuse head movements using 9 sensors with PTZ camera movements so all head movement (pitch, yaw and rotations) are mapped to a pan tilt zoom camera. The idea is to create a user experience that allows an operator to look freely around using a PTZ camera in a 270 degree dome from anywhere in the world. There can be a lot of applications to this but we aim to apply this to two major domains.

• agencies and it can be used in remote monitoring where environmental conditions are not suitable for human beings as well as for AFVs (Armored Fighting Vehicles) like tanks, APCs and a lot more. Because if we take Tanks & APCs: Drivers can view the outside world from a small one sided window and it is very hectic for them to drive.
3D human body pose recovery for performance analysis in sports and physiotherapy
Supervisor  Dr Asad Naeem

Member      Umer Farooq   Abdul Rehman

Our idea is to make a 3-D cricket coaching software that will analyze batting technique and suggest its correction. This involves a system that can sense a real-life human pose and convert it into 3D depth format. This system will judge batting technique of a player while facing various types of deliveries (such as spin, fast, full-length, etc.). The system will interpret player’s batting response in light of standard cricket batting techniques (knowledge possessed by cricket coaches) in digital format, and provide alternative suggestions. The digital format shall map changes in actual body pose and based on the collected data shall devise a solution of an ideal body pose in the avatar form. All this will be done in real-time while a player plays a given ball. These analysis can also be used to create physiotherapy software that guides patients to perform various exercises as it is observing the 3D body poses. Project Objectives:
• A vision system for recovering 3D human pose
• A tracking system for tracking cricket ball to find its line, length and trajectory
• A System that can gauge flaws in a batsman batting techniques for various balls.

Shape Analysis of Blood cells and Blood Born diseases.
Supervisor Dr Asad Naeem

Member   Abdul Moid   M Afzaal Sarwar   M.FarooqHammad Zafar

Automated analysis of blood borne diseases in the 3rd world countries in pakistan is virtually nonexistent. Especially parasitic diseases like malaria which has 4 different stages. We intend to study a handful of these common diseases and write software that can automatically find them in a blood sample. Our Product will take image/video of blood cells as an input. Image taken from digital camera attached with microscope and then transfer to the computer for applying image processing and computer vision techniques and algorithms. our product will detect blood borne diseases on the basis of shape and appearance analysis of blood cells and other impurities. Parasitic disease like malaria and high profile diseases like cancer will be the major target of our product to automate and reduce the time and cost factor of all current manual system techniques.

Remote Surveillance and Security App on Smart Phones
Supervisor  Tahir Iqbal

Member      Muhammad Awais  Faheem Riaz  Ammar Siddique

Today in numerous cameras, security applications are working on video/images which establish correspondence by the scenes. Remote Surveillance consists of multiple cameras connected to video storage servers recording and processing video streams, and an operations center or hub where video is displayed and monitored on a real-time basis along with the smart phone. Our software based application will provide the capability experience to the user with automation security technology and remote streaming video by your smart phone. The hardware required for Security and Surveillance application, is IP cameras which are capable of capturing 30fps, arranged on the stand. For this we will use NVR (4 - Channel) card capable of processing 30 fps (30 fps* 4 camera = 120 fps). This card will be plugged in PCI Slot of computer system. There would be need of little time, after starting up the application, for completing first iteration of Image registration algorithm. This time varies and dependent on different hardware. Once 1st series of frames get stitched, it will start runtime operation on video frames. As one could also incorporate NVR application to get video frames, the software product will easily pick the frames and process these for giving live streaming. There can be a lot of applications to this but we aim to apply this to five major domains. Application on the Cellular phone:
• Alarm will get activated (Automatically) if any movements recorded during the off hours (Secured hrs.)
• If the Alarm is not entertained in a short time, the application would acknowledge concerned persons for an emergency along with calling the emergency numbers.
• Remotely activate the security alarm (if installed) at the secured location.
• Remotely lock the systems (servers- if any) to avoid any data loss in case of theft.
• If your server gets down or any network failure occurs it will automatically generate an SMS alert acknowledgement to the user
Evaluation of Mobile Ad-HOC Networking Protocol’s for the Quality of Service through Simulation
Supervisor   Tahir Iqbal

Member      Hifza Asif  Madeeha Dilawar Fareeda Komal

Evaluation of the quality of services for the mobile ad hoc network’s (MANET) routing protocols and comparative evaluation within mobile ad hoc networks’ routing protocols from reactive, proactive and hybrid categories. To analyze the results of simulation for mobile ad hoc routing protocols for quality of services (QOS) of end to end delay, media access delay, throughput and packet delivery ratio for optimized link state routing, temporary ordered routing algorithm and ad hoc on demand distance vector protocol and compare their results with each other. Simulations have to perform on OPNET modeler. This project is basically a comparison of the evaluation matrices of the reactive, proactive and the hybrid protocols. The AODV represents the reactive, the OLSR represents the pro-active and the TORA shows the hybrid protocols. This is a research based project: We have to use three protocols for our comparison. They are:
a. Reactive - AODV (Ad-Hoc on Demand Distance Vector)
b. Proactive - OLSR (Optimized Link State Routing Algorithm)
c. Hybrid - TORA (Temporarily Ordered Routing Algorithm) The Quality of services evaluation metrics that we have to used are as follows:-
Total number of packets received by destination in a given timeframe
End to end Delay: Average end to end delay of data packets from sender to receiver
Media access Delay: Includes transmission delay, queuing delays and delays contentions and back offs.
Web Based Desktop Business Solution
Supervisor   Sabi ul hassan

Member      Mateen Anjum  Ali Butt

The rationale of this project is to design a unique product of its kind. The objective of our project is to develop a web based desktop application in a java hibernate , spring security and java FX to operate and monitor the following fourteen extendable modules such as Inventory Control, Excel based Import/Export balance sheet, Vendor Profile, Customer Profile, Multi User Login, User Security Login System, Employee Profile, Purchase Items, Sale Items, Stock Update at Shop and warehouse, supply chain management of Items from Warehouse to Shop & vice versa, Online Order placement, Payment module Integration and Report Generation in a single package. This software will facilitate the vendors as well as buyers to operate it reciprocally from a warehouse, distribution offices/outlets as well as online around the world to monitor and control all the above modules. This is a complete business solution to control the business activities all around the world.
• Development of Standalone Application.
• Development Web Application.
• Supply Chain Management.
• Complete inner Business Structure.
• Complete Outer Business Process.
For standalone application we use Java Hibernate platform with Swing/Java FX. For Web application we are using JSF with spring security. We will configure this application with multiple databases like MySQL, SQL Server, HSQL and Oracle. We will Socket programming for communication.
CS6)Android Based Home Automation
Supervisor  Dr. Shafqat Rehman

Member    Haris Mehmood  Amir Imtiaz

Today energy has become a major concern. To conserve energy various techniques of home automation can be used. This project aims to provide an easy to use, easy to install and cost effective solution to home automation. The idea is to be able to monitor, control and automate the appliances within a house through a central system which may be operated from a remote location. And also enable the user to define an on/off schedule for each appliance. The appliance controller uses a microcontroller to maintain appliance statuses and a ZIGBEE module to communicate with the computer at home. The computer at home is acting as a server. It maintains a database of all appliance statuses and the alarms that have been set to turn specific appliances on or off. The server provides access of the appliances to the android and web application through internet. It also has a GSM module, enabling the user to access the system by SMS as well. The idea is to be able to monitor, control and automate the appliances within a house through a central system which may be operated from a remote location.
Android Based Home Automation
Supervisor  Dr. Usman Ashraf

Member    Mohtasim Shahzad  M. Usman   Ayesha Iqbal

Traditionally, digital task management systems such as TO-DO lists are pretty common nowadays. In this project, a novel idea of geographic location base task management system is proposed which will be an application running on the android mobile phones. The basic idea is that based on a user’s traveling patterns to various places in the city , the automated task management system will notify user of possible tasks within vicinity using GPS data to find user’s current location. For example, suppose the user pays utility bills within the first week of every month at some designated bank. If the user passes that area (system gets this information through passive scanning of GPS data from the mobile handset) and based on his travel history for this month, hasn’t visited that particular bank so far, the system can ask the user if he wants to pay his bills. Similarly, many other useful tasks can be performed. Suppose that user has entered a task that he has to perform something at a particular place in the city at some particular date. If the user is near that place, or en-route to that place at any day/time, the system can remind the user of that task. We have replaced the static non-intelligent to-do list with a more interactive and intelligent version which can ease life for busy users.

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RE: Final Year Computer Science Projects list - kaamil20 - 12-05-2014

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