Abhishek Gupta

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Publish/Subscribe systems have become a prevalent model for delivering data from producers (publishers) to consumers (subscribers) distributed across wide-area networks while decoupling the publishers and the subscribers from each other. In this paper we present Meghdoot, which adapts content-based publish/subscribe systems to Distributed Hash Table based(More)
We present an architecture for a data sharing peer-to-peer system where the data is shared in the form of database relations. In general, peer-to-peer systems try to locate exactmatch data objects to simple user queries. Since peer-to-peer users generally tend to submit broad queries in order to find data of their interest, we develop a P2P data sharing(More)
A high-quality haptic interface is typically characterized by low apparent inertia and damping, high structural stiffness, minimal backlash, and absence of mechanical singularities in the workspace. In addition to these specifications, exoskeleton haptic interface design involves consideration of space and weight limitations, workspace requirements, and the(More)
This paper presents the design, control and performance of a high fidelity four degree-of-freedom wrist exoskeleton robot, RiceWrist, for training and rehabilitation. The RiceWrist is intended to provide kinesthetic feedback during the training of motor skills or rehabilitation of reaching movements. Motivation for such applications is based on findings(More)
Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a widely prevalent and multi-factorial disorder. The syndrome has been given several names such as insulin resistance (IR) syndrome, plurimetabolic syndrome, Reaven's syndrome, Syndrome X, and the deadly quartet. The formulation of National Cholesterol Education Program Adult Treatment Panel III (NCEP-ATP) guidelines has led to(More)
This paper presents a shared-control interaction paradigm for haptic interface systems, with experimental data from two user studies. Shared control, evolved from its initial telerobotics applications, is adapted as a form of haptic assistance in that the haptic device contributes to execution of a dynamic manual target-hitting task via force commands from(More)
Peer-to-peer systems are mainly used for object sharing although they can provide the infrastructure for many other applications. We extend the idea of object sharing to data sharing on a peer-to-peer system. We propose a method, which is based on the multidimensional CAN system, for efficiently evaluating range queries. The answers of the range queries are(More)
HPC applications are increasingly being used in academia and laboratories for scientific research and in industries for business and analytics. Cloud computing offers the benefits of virtualization, elasticity of resources and elimination of cluster setup cost and time to HPC applications users. However, poor network performance, performance variation and(More)
Work on evaluating and improving the relevance of web search engines typically use human relevance judgments or clickthrough data. Both these methods look at the problem of learning the mapping from queries to web pages. In this paper, we identify some issues with this approach, and suggest an alternative approach, namely, learning a mapping from web pages(More)