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  • Likhyani, Ankita; Bedathur, Srikanta (2015-06-18)
    In applications arising in massive on-line social networks, biological networks, and knowledge graphs it is often required to find shortest length path between two given nodes. Recent results have addressed the problem of ...
  • Gogna, Anuprriya; Majumdar, Angshul (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2017-04)
    The enormous growth in online availability of information content has made Recommender Systems (RS) an integral part of most online portals and e-commerce sites. Most websites and service portals, be it movie rental services, ...
  • Sankaran, Anush; Vatsa, Mayank; Singh, Richa (2015-01-27)
    Latent fingerprint comparison evidences are used in the court of law for more than 100 years. Manual matching of latent fingerprints is challenged by subjectivity and inconsistency in terms of results and is not scalable ...
  • Pani, Suman; Darak, Sumit Jagdish (Adviosr) (2017-09-17)
    Opportunistic spectrum access (OSA) in a decentralized network is a challenging problem since each unlicensed user (i.e. cognitive radio (CR)) needs to characterize frequency bands as per the occupancy statistics of multiple ...
  • Vishwakarma, Shelly; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-02)
    Indoor radars have been researched and developed to detect and monitor humans for applications that range from law enforcement, security and surveillance purposes to ubiquitous sensing applications such as smart home or ...
  • Sankaran, Anush; Vatsa, Mayank (Advisor); Singh, Richa (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2017-02)
    Fingerprint recognition has evolved over the decades, providing innumerable applications for improving the modern day security. Based on the method of capture, fingerprints can be classified into four variants: inked, ...
  • Gulati, Manoj; Ram, Shobha Sundar (supervisor); Singh, Amarjeet (supervisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020)
    Electromagnetic interference (also known as EMI) is a byproduct of high-speed switching circuits used inside most of present-day electrical and electronic appliances. EMI propagates through conduction along the power lines ...
  • Gupta, Pooja; Guha, Apala (Advisor) (2015-12-02)
    In today's complex environment, it is very crucial for the devices to feature low power consumption at allow cost. Internet of things is predicted to bring an era where everything will have chips embedded in them, be it ...
  • Mehta, Ankita; Gunturi, Viswanath (Advisor) (2017-05)
    Input to the Load Balanced Network Voronoi Diagram (LBNVD) consists of the following: (a) a transportation network represented as a directed graph; (b) locations of public service units (e.g., schools in a city) as vertices ...
  • Soubam, Sonia; Naik, Vinayak (Advisor) (2013-05-30)
    This work focuses on providing privacy in MobiShare, which is a location-based service that assists users in searching and sharing files. A user’s mobility profile is summarization of its raw mobility data in terms of ...
  • Yadav, Kuldeep; Naik, Vinayak; Singh, Amarjeet; Singh, Pushpendra (2012-03-14)
    Location-aware applications are steadily gaining popularity across the world. However lack of GPS in low-end programmable phones (< $100) and general absence of Wi-Fi infrastructure in developing countries prevents users ...
  • Pandit, Avinash; Grover, Anuj (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-06)
    The crystal oscillator is widely used in the electronics industry since it has become one of the essential parts of the reference clock for the Phase-locked loop (PLL). Highperformance systems benefit from higher frequency ...
  • Yadav, Shivangi; Vatsa, Mayank (Advisor) (2016-09-13)
    Face recognition is an important area of research due to its requirement in our day-to-day life, be it surveillance or authentication. Current advancements in technology and computational power have shown promising results ...
  • Gupta, Taejas; Gupta, Anubha (Advisor) (IIITD-Delhi, 2019-04-28)
    Cancer is caused by an increased amount of cell growth in an area due to alterations in protein synthesis caused by mutations in certain genes known as cancer driver genes. Determining the gene regulatory network for the ...
  • Gosain, Devashish; Rawat, Madhur; Sharma, Piyush Kumar; Acharya, HB (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-01)
    National governments know the Internet as both a blessing and a headache. On the one hand, it unlocks great economic and strategic opportunity. On the other hand, government, military, or emergency-services become vulnerable ...
  • Shekhawat, Sahil; Chakravarty, Sambuddho (Advisor) (2017-07-06)
    Last semester we found that the Indian government delegates censorship policies at ISP level which is inconsistent and disorganized. We filed multiple RTIs to Department of Telecommunication seeking censorship policies of ...
  • Mongia, Aanchal; Majumdar, Angshul (Supervisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-09)
    Data analytics and computational techniques applied to biological sciences aid rapid technological advances, swift discoveries, and reliable analysis. A broad range of bountiful tools and algorithms have played pivotal ...
  • Vachher, Mayank (Advisor); Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor) (2016-11-16)
    Over the past couple of years, clicking and posting selfies has become a popular trend. However, since March 2014, 127 people have died and many have been injured while trying to click a selfie. Researchers have studied ...
  • Singh, Vibhutesh Kumar; Bohara, Vivek Ashok (Advisor) (2016-09-13)
    Device-to-Device communication is expected to be a part of future 5G networks. Many researchers have provided solid theoretical concepts to implement it, but a real practical solution is still in dearth. In this work, first ...
  • Bhardwaj, Abhishek; Arjunan, Pandarasamy; Singh, Amarjeet; Naik, Vinayak; Singh, Pushpendra (2012-03-26)
    Ubiquitous availability of cellular network and cheap mobile phones have made them promising sensing platforms for various application domains including healthcare, environment, and astronomy among others. However, ...

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