Solar Powered Base Stations – Future of Communication in India

On May 29, 2010, in Blog, Energy, Photovoltaics, Research, Serious, Technology, by Amiya

A sadhu on mobile!

We live in exponential times and what animates it is information and communication. Today economy runs not on money but on bits and bytes gushing through the internet backbone. Not long back cellphones were a rare thing. The ability to communicate from anywhere, anytime was reserved… Read the full article
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Solar Direct Pump Operating at Computed Maximum Power Point

On March 15, 2010, in Energy, Photovoltaics, Research, by Amiya

Product launched on the day of factory inauguration

Granted provisional patent at the US patent and trademark office. Application no. 61313896. The invention took more than six months of hard work by various people at the company (Solar Semiconductor Pvt. Ltd.). The company is in the process of acquiring full… Read the full article

Open Domain Factoid Question Answering System

On June 15, 2009, in Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Research, by Amiya
This is the work done by me and my friend (Behera) as my undergraduate project. Being from the Electrical department and doing the final year project in computer science department was no easy task. Thankfully our supervisor Dr Sudeshna Sarkar was very helpful and the professors from Electrical department too… Read the full article
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Robust Detection of Microaneurysms for Sight Threatening Retinopathy Screening

On December 16, 2008, in Computer Vision and IP, Machine Learning, Research, by Amiya
This is the work I did in my third year summer internship at the University of Warwick under the guidance of Under Dr. Abhir BhaleraoDr S. S. Anand. The work got published in a IEEE conference and also got the best paper special mention award 🙂 The… Read the full article
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Automated Mosaicing of Torn Paper Documents

On August 28, 2008, in Computer Vision and IP, Research, by Amiya
This was a joint project between me and Sukadeb for a competition held in an IEEE conference. Ideas and hints were given by Dr. Abhir (CS department Warwick Univ UK). Spend a good deal of time on it hardly realizing that we were competing against research giants like Microsoft, GE… Read the full article

Automated License Plate Recognition

On October 15, 2007, in Computer Vision and IP, Research, Soft Computing, by Amiya
Again this is a term project for Soft computing course. The results were actually amazing considering I never understood how it worked 😉 I guess that is how neural nets are...You only know how to train them and control the learning parameters and apply regularization. But once trained the net… Read the full article

Fuzzy Logic Control of Air Conditioners

On September 1, 2007, in Energy, Research, Soft Computing, by Amiya

The final response curves plotted on Matlab

This was a part of my mini term project for soft computing course. For some reason this has been quite popular on the web as a receive a lot of mails concerning it (mostly because they cannot access the source code attached within… Read the full article
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Genetic Algorithm Based Blocking Artefact Removal

On July 14, 2007, in Research, Soft Computing, by Amiya
In the following paper, the problem of blocking artefacts caused in Image Compression due to application of Direct Cosine Transforms (DCT) is tackled. DCT is a standard method applied in many image compression algorithms including highly popular JPEG format. A combination of L Filter optimized using Genetic Algorithm is used… Read the full article

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