Journal of Science & Technology

Journal of Science & Technology is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Scientific Research bearing ISSN: 2582-6921. The Journal covers scientific research from all research areas of science and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Optimize Future Cloud Computing Service System

Cloud computing means reserving and retrieving data over the cloud on behalf of computer’s hard drive. For taking decision to get better benefit, Cloud Company faces many problems. For this reasons, Operation Research (OR) is used to find out a better solution. Cloud Company is mainly related on three parties: (1) cloud providers, (2) cloud

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New Averaging Method For Risk Reduction In Coastal Region

In this paper, a new statistical averaging method (NSAM) has been proposed to solve multi-objective linear programming problem (MOLPP) by using a new arithmetic averaging method, a new geometric averaging method and a new harmonic averaging method. The statistical averaging method (SAM), which also includes arithmetic averaging, geometric averaging and harmonic averaging, has also been

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The Science And Physiological Benefits Behind Purposefully Choosing Positive Thoughts

In an effort to strengthen conceptual foundations of eudaimonic well-being, key messages from Aristotle’s Nichomacean Ethics are revisited. Also examined are ideas about positive human functioning from existential and utilitarian philosophy as well as clinical, developmental, and humanistic psychology. How these perspectives were integrated to create a multidimensional model of psychological well-being [Ryff, C.D.: 1989a,

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Enhancing Bring Your Own Device Security in Education

The acceptance and use of personal devices at educational institutions is on the rise, resulting in the education sector’s adoption of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). The institutions benefit from cost reduction in buying and managing IT devices as users purchase and bring their own devices. Users benefit by accessing learning materials and collaboration anytime,

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