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EV – Challenges In Going Electric

Author   L. Umanand Dept. of Electronic Systems Engineering, IISc ABSTRACT   This article presents a frank and open opinion on the challenges that will be faced in moving towards an electric mass transport ecosystem. World over there is considerable research activity on electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles. There seems to be a global effort

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Implementation of Residue Number System Based Digital Filters

Author   P. V. Ananda Mohan CDAC, Bangalore In an earlier version of our paper [1], a general introduction to Residue Number System based arithmetic [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] has been presented. In this continuation article, we give a tutorial on the design of a RNS based processor for specific application in Digital

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AI, Machine Learning! What next? Cognitive Computing

Author   Jailendra Kumar ACCS   Continuing with its track record of showcasing the latest technological trends, Advanced Computing and Communications Society (ACCS) dedicated its 24th edition of International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM 2018) to assimilate the advances in Cognitive Computing and Applications. ADCOM 2018 was organized at the Indian Institute of

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A Stitch in Code Saves Nine
– An Interview with Dr. Vijay Kumar, IISc

Prof. Vijay Kumar was conferred the ACCS-CDAC Foundation award for 2018, along with Prof. V. Kamakoti of Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Prof. Vijay Kumar is recognized for his seminal contributions to error-correcting codes and signal design for wireless communication which has been adopted into WCDMA Cellular Standards. In today’s data

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Experiential Learning of Networking Technologies: Understanding TCP States – Part 1

Authors   Ram P. Rustagi CSE Department, KSIT Viraj Kumar CAOS - Indian Institute of Science Abstract   The transport layer TCP in a network stack provides end-to-end reliable delivery to the application layer. A reliable connection implies that data will be delivered in-order, error-free and without loss or data duplication. Developers will occasionally face situations where TCP

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The Story Of Computational Narratology

Authors   SHARATH SRIVATSA, SHYAM KUMAR V N International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore SRINATH SRINIVASA International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore 1 INTRODUCTION   In recent times, computational modeling of narratives has gained enormous interest in fields like Natural Language Understanding (NLU), Natural Language Generation (NLG), and Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). There is a growing body of

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Paving the Way for Geovisual Analytics

Author   Jaya Sreevalsan Nair Associate Professor, IIIT-B The human visual system can reliably identify trends in datasets using various channels of visualization. The success story of visualization in accomplishing core analytical tasks has made it a mainstay in various domains, including the Geographic Information Science (GIS). The core analytical tasks are data

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