Volume 2 - Issue 1, March 2020

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IJHSR ISSN (Online Version): 2642 1054
IJHSR ISSN (Print Version): 2642 1046

A novel mathematical model for the early detection of Dengue Fever using SIR Infectious Disease Epidemiological Compartments, ordinary differential equations, and statistical computing

Tarun K. Martheswaran

The Waterford School, 1480 E 9400 S, Sandy, UT, 84093, USA - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 1-8
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v2i1.1

KEYWORDS: Mathematics; Biology; Modeling; Early Detection; Dengue Fever

A Stuttering Degree Diagnosis Tool Based on a Neural Network Model Trained with Multimodal Data

Ronald Xu

KWinter Springs High School, 130 Tuskawilla Rd., Winter Springs, FL 32708, USA - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 9-12
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v2i1.2

KEYWORDS: Neural Network; Facial Recognition; Voice and Speech Recognition; Stuttering Degree Diagnosis

Preventative and treatment effects of Bulema Lacera extract on chronic renal failure (CRF) in a mouse model

Khanh Linh Trinh, Van Cuong Tran

HUS High School for Gifted Students, 182 Luong The Vinh, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 13-17
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v2i1.3

KEYWORDS: Blumea lacera; ethanol extract; adenine; chronic renal failure

Modeling the effects of invasive species on crocodilian populations

Karin Ebey

Los Alamos High School, 1300 Diamond Dr., Los Alamos, New Mexico, 87544, USA - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 18-24
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v2i1.4

KEYWORDS: Ecology; Invasive Species; Simulation; Crocodilians

Leveraging Technology to Mitigate Hunger

Aradhana Porwal

GVN School, BHEL Area, Bhopal, MP, 462016, India - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 25-28
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v2i1.5

KEYWORDS: Hunger; Food Wastage; Information Technology; Hunger Mitigation; Sustainable Model

Ameliorating acute respiratory infections in rural kitchens with a sustainable, cost-effective ventilation solution

Pratik S. Vangal

Sunset High School, 13840 NW Cornell Rd, Portland, Oregon, 97229, USA - [email protected]
IJHSR 2020 Vol. 2 Issue 1 p. 29-35
Download Article: https://doi.org/10.36838/v1i2.6

KEYWORDS: Rural Kitchen; Respiratory Infections; Household Air Pollution; Smoke Ventilation; Biomass Fuels