DSpace at IIIT-Delhi: Recent submissions

  • Verma, Shalin; Hashmi, Mohammad S. (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2022-01)
    Nowadays, wireless power transfer (WPT) has become a top area of research due to ease and portable outcome in the present technological scenario. This creates an increased demand globally in various technological sectors ...
  • Agrawal, Niharika; Darak, Sumit J. (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2022-05)
    Exponential increase in global air traffic and demands to support heterogeneous services ranging from data to multimedia have compelled communication the- orists and engineers to explore an alternative to existing very ...
  • Sinha, Mitali; Deb, Sujay (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2022-04)
    In recent years, as multi-core processors are emerging as a solution to the limitations of power scaling, the software domain is also experiencing a surge of compute and data-intensive applications. These applications are ...
  • Bhardwaj, Mohit; Chakraborty, Tanmoy (Advisor); Akhtar, Md. Shad (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-07)
    The swift escalation in hostile content on the web and specifically on Online Social Media (OSM) has lately become a matter of concern that we must tackle. The situation worsens to a whole different level with recent events ...
  • Snehil; Chakraborty, Tanmoy (Advisor); Akhtar, Md. Shad (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-07)
    Curbing hate speech is undoubtedly a major challenge for online microblogging platforms like Twitter. While there have been studies around hate speech detection, it is not clear how hate speech finds its way into an online ...
  • Desai, Poorav; Akhtar, Md. Shad (Advisor); Chakraborty, Tanmoy (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-08)
    Sarcasm is a pervading linguistic phenomenon and highly challenging to explain due to its subjectivity, lack of context and deeply-felt opinion. In the multimodal setup, sarcasm is conveyed through the incongruity between ...
  • Budhiraja, Tanya; Suri, Venkata Ratnadeep (Advisor); Bjorling, Elin (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    The uncanny valley has been well explored in robotics, however, this concept has not been explored in adolescents. Therefore the purpose of this study is to understand the concepts of creepiness and scariness in relation ...
  • Butta, Shubhangi; Shukla, Jainendra (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    Emotion recognition via vision has been deeply associated with facial expressions, and the detection of emotions has, more often than not, been based on the same [7]. However, context plays an imperative role in emotion ...
  • Ahuja, Nishtha; Shah, Rajiv Ratn (Advisor); Shukla, Jainendra (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    This research aims to detect the exposure of the human genitals, breast, male chest and butt inane image. Automatic Nudity Detection is crucial in order to control the inappropriate content present. However, instances of ...
  • Sagar, Dikshant; Gupta, Anubha (Advisor); Goswami, Shubham (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    Images remain the largest data source in the field of healthcare. But at the same time, they are the most difficult to analyze. More than often, these images are analyzed by human experts such as pathologists and physicians. ...
  • Sachdev, Anvit; Kanjilal, Kiriti (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    A very common business strategy in the market of goods is to provide a free trial version of their good or service. This is done to increase the demand as well as the brand value of the product. Some common examples of ...
  • Singhal, Sonali; Pandey, Tanisha; Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor); Shah, Rajiv Ratn (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2020-05)
    The COVID19 pandemic, a public health emergency which broke out globally in December 2019 and is still going on, has put us all into an unprecedented situation where there are strict limitations on physical social interaction ...
  • Agrawal, Sankalp; Rawal, Jay; Mohania, Mukesh (Advisor); Padmanabhan, Deepak (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    Entity matching (EM) has been one of the long-standing challenges in databases domain. Tra- ditionally, the approaches for EM focuses on developing matching algorithms and works on pairwise similarity between attributes. ...
  • Bansal, Tanmay; Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2020-12)
    In 2015, Unicode introduced five different skin tone modifiers, that could be applied to the existing emojis that denoted humans. In this project, we analyze how people pose certain personalities using emoji skin colour ...
  • Sharma, Somya; Gupta, Mansi; Darak, Sumit J. (Adviosr); Joshi, Himani (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    The deployment of cellular spectrum in licensed, shared and unlicensed spectrum demands wideband sensing over non-contiguous sub-6 GHz spectrum. To improve the spectrum and energy efficiency, beam forming and massive ...
  • Mittal, Sanchit; Singh, Pushpendra (Adviosr) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    This study presents a comprehensive overview of experience and perception of various telemedicine services: government run, startups and on a personal level from the perspective of patients and caregivers(doctors) both. ...
  • Caur, Samiya; Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2021-05)
    Ever since the 2014 Lok Sabha election, social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook etc.have become a vital part of election campaigns in India with political parties investing heavily in the expansion of their ...
  • Dahal, Sameep; Basu, Sankha S. (Adviosr) (IIIT- Delhi, 2020-12)
    There are several known problems that are algorithmically unsolvable such as the Halting problem, Hilbert’s 10th problem for Diophantine equations and so on. We are interested in the degree of insolvability of the problems ...
  • Rajpal, Rohan; Kumaraguru, Ponnurangam (Advisor) (IIIT- Delhi, 2020-12)
    This project aims to characterize the role of the NaMo app in shaping political discourse on social media. The Narendra Modi app, or the NaMo app, is the official app ofthe Prime Minister of India. It has an inbuilt social ...
  • Santosh, Siripurapu Venkata Sai; Darak, Sumit J. (Adviosr) (IIIT- Delhi, 2020-12)
    Multi-armed bandit (MAB) algorithms are designed to identify the best arm among several arms in an unknown environment. They guarantee optimal balance between exploration (select all arms sufficient number of times) and ...

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