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  • Leeka, Jyoti; Bedathur, Srikanta (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2017-12)
    RDF data management has received a lot of attention in the past decade due to the widespread growth of Semantic Web and Linked Open Data initiatives. RDF data is expressed in the form of triples (as Subject - Predicate - ...
  • Bajaj, Garvita; Singh, Pushpendra (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018)
    I am eternally grateful to a lot of people who, in no particular order, have helped me get through the tough times during the course of this dissertation. I have no words to thank my lovely parents who have always taught ...
  • Arjunan, Pandarasamy; Singh, Amarjeet (Advisor); Singh, Pushpendra (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-03)
    As one of the largest consumers of overall energy, buildings have emerged as attractive targets for using information and communications technologies to advance large-scale sustainability goals. With increasing availability ...
  • Vinayakarao, Venkatesh; Purandare, Rahul (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-04)
    Code variants represent alternative implementations of a code snippet, where each alternative provides the same functionality, but has different properties that make some of them better suited to the overall project ...
  • Verma, Robin; Gupta, Gaurav (Advisor); Chang, Donghoon (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-05)
    The current state of digital forensic investigation is continuously challenged by the rapid technological changes, the increase in the use of digital devices (both the heterogeneity and the count), and the sheer volume of ...
  • Govindaraj, Jayaprakash; Gupta, Gaurav (Advisor); Chang, Donghoon (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-05)
    The enterprises are facing constant security threats with the emergence of new mobile computing devices like smartphones, smartwatches, and wearables. The existing digital forensic enabled security solutions are not able ...
  • Goswami, Gaurav; Singh, Richa (Advisor); Vatsa, Mayank (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-11)
    Automatic face recognition in unconstrained environments is a popular and challenging research problem. With the improvements in recognition algorithms, focus has shifted from addressing various covariates individually to ...
  • Lone, Haroon Rashid; Singh, Pushpendra (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2018-12)
    Buildings consume 50% of the total available electrical energy. Studies show that up to 20% of the energy gets waste due to several reasons such as appliance misconfigurations, faults, and abnormal user behavior. The ...
  • Gupta, Srishti; Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-01)
    Online Social Networks (OSNs) have become a huge aspect of modern society. Social network usage is on a rise, with over 2 billion people using it across the globe, and the surge is only expected to increase. Online Social ...
  • Jain, Milan; Singh, Amarjeet (Advisor); Chandan, Vikas (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-03)
    In buildings, air conditioning consumes a significant proportion of the aggregate electricity bill. Specifically, in residential and small-scale commercial buildings, people prefer to use room-level ACs (AC stands for Air ...
  • Jaisinghani, Dheryta; Naik, Vinayak (Advisor); Kaul, Sanjit (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-04)
    A WiFi client needs to discover access points (APs) in its vicinity before it can establish a WiFi connection and initiate a data transfer. Discovery is also essential for a client to stay connected to an AP deemed best ...
  • Saxena, Anuj Shanker; Goyal, Vikram (Advisor); Bera, Debajyoti (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-04)
    The ubiquity of mobile devices has led to the deployment of many mobile applications for providing different types of services, like internet access, route recommendation, cab finder, nearby friends, etc. Some of these ...
  • Gautam, Alvika; Sujit, PB (Advisor); Saripalli, Srikanth (Co-Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-05)
    Rotary vehicles like quadrotors, have become an essential part of many applications like mapping, object delivery, tracking, patrolling, and communication relay, etc. A key requirement for these applications is that the ...
  • N., Nalla Anandakumar; Sanadhya, Somitra Kumar (Advisor); Hashmi, Mohammad S. (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-09)
    Internet of Things (IoT) is a vast and rapidly growing technology right now in the world of innovation. Billions of new electronic devices are going to be connected to the internet in wide-ranging applications. With this ...
  • Gaur, Megha; Majumdar, Angshul (Advisor) (IIITD-Delhi, 2019-10-01)
    The rapidly growing demand for energy poses one of the biggest challenges in our society. This challenge is critical not just for the power utilities but also for the environment as it leads to increased carbon footprint ...
  • Maggu, Jyoti; Majumdar, Angshul (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-12)
    Conventional dictionary learning is a synthesis formulation; it learns a dictionary to generate/synthesize the data from the learned coefficients. Transform learning is its analysis equivalent. The transform analyzes ...
  • Gangopadhyay, Rahul; Shannigrahi, Saswata (advisor); Sharma, Anuradha (advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-01)
    In this thesis, we study the d-dimensional rectilinear drawings of d-uniform hypergraphs in which each hyperedge contains exactly d vertices. A d-dimensional rectilinear drawing of a d-uniform hypergraph is a drawing of ...
  • Kansal, Kajal; Subramanyam, A.V. (advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-05)
    The rise of surveillance cameras has led to a significant focus on large scale deployment of intelligent surveillance systems. Person re-identification (Re-ID) is one of the quintessential surveillance problems. Person ...
  • Mondal, Sutapa; Mutharaju, Raghava (advisor); Bhatia, Sumit (advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-07)
    Knowledge graph (KG) embedding models have recently gained increased attention. However, most of the existing models for KG embeddings ignore the structure and characteristics of the underlying ontology. KGs are not ...
  • Ishant; Arora, Chetan (advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-08-13)
    Many computer vision problems can be formulated as finding the best labeling configuration. If labelings satisfy Markov property then finding best labeling configuration becomes MRF (Markov Random Field)- MAP (Maximum A ...

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