In this issue, we have papers from all the three dimensions in the scope of our journal – Engineering, Mathematics and Management. There is a paper on 5G technologies, with special attention on health hazards – one is reminded of the recent agitations in EU against the deployment of 5G itself. This is followed by a paper which examines the ways to reduce dead weight in building constructions, and how it influences the strength of the construction. We have a paper on the numerical solution of partial differential equations, which is useful for Finite Element Methods relevant to solve large classes of engineering problems.
There is increasing interest in our country about FDI and associated patterns of inflows in various sectors, with policies changing in recent years. These patterns are the main theme of a contribution in Management science.
We have two interesting papers related to face recognition, in this issue. While one paper addresses the facial features themselves to improve performance, the other paper focuses on achieving face recognition with smaller training sets.
Dr S Raghunandan
Editor-in-Chief, Anusandhana – Journal of Science, Engineering and Management
Professor, Dept of ECE, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology
Yelahanka, Bengaluru, India