Abhishek Jain

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Automatic analysis of heart sounds aid physicians in the diagnosis of abnormal heart valve conditions. Segmentation, i.e. identification of first (S1) and second (S2) heart sounds, is the first step in the automatic analysis. In this work, we have proposed a segmentation method which uses energy-based and simplicity-based features computed from multi-level(More)
The Quality of Service for web services here mainly refers to the quality aspect of a web service. The QoS for web services is becoming increasingly important to service providers and service requesters due to increasing use of web services. Web services providing similar functionalities, more emphasis is being placed on how to find the service that best(More)
Rehabilitation interventions for the hand have shown benefits for children with Hemiplegia due to cerebral palsy or traumatic brain injury. Longer interventions are facilitated if training is provided in the patient's home, due to easier access to care and reduced impact on school or work activities. Providing remote rehabilitation over lengthy periods of(More)
Listening and interpreting lung sounds by a stethoscope had been an important component of screening and diagnosing lung diseases. However this practice has always been vulnerable to poor audibility, inter-observer variations (between different physicians) and poor reproducibility. Thus computerized analysis of lung sounds for objective diagnosis of lung(More)
Active Queue Management (AQM) policies are mechanisms for congestion avoidance, which pro-actively drop packets in order to provide an early congestion notification to the sources. In this paper we propose a new Adaptive Prediction based Approach for Congestion Estimation in Active Queue Management (APACE) that predicts the instantaneous queue length at a(More)