2014 – Volume 1 Issue II

                                                                                                               ISSN: 2321 – 6735

1. Factors affecting the Indian Economy: A case study  

Abstract: In this article, we try to analyze the various factors affecting the Indian Economy using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCM’s).

Date received: 28-10-2013

Author:  Dr.T.Johnson, Department of Mathematics, Dr.M.G.R Educational and Research Institute, Chennai, India.

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2. An Empirical Study of Women Stress in IT/BPO/Call Center in Chennai using Combined Disjoint Block Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (CDBFCM)  

Abstract: Stress is a wide phenomenon as it seems to have universal spread.  Many people think they understand stress. Stress is a related with providing quality services to human being and it shows a personality depend upon their stress levels.  However this study is about working women getting stress and the causes that create a high level stress at IT/BPO/Call Center in Chennai using Combined Disjoint Block Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (CDBFCMs). This method is introduced by W.B. Vasantha Kandasamy  and  A. Victor Devadoss, it becomes effective when the number of concepts can be grouped and are in large numbers.  This paper has five sections. In section one gives the introduction to IT/BPO/Call center.  Second section, we give preliminaries of FCMs and CDBFCMs.  In section three, we explain the method of determining the Hidden pattern. In fourth section, we give the main concept of the problem and using Combined Disjoint Block Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (CDBFCMs). Final section, we derive the conclusion based on our study.

Date received: 30-11-2013

Author(s):  A.Victor Devadoss, Head, Department of Mathematics, Loyola College,Chennai – 600 034.

M.Clement Joe Anand, Research Scholar, Department of Mathematics, Loyola College, Chennai – 600 034.

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