Anurag Shrivastava

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This paper investigates the temporal dependencies of natural vision by measuring eye and hand movements while subjects made a sandwich. The phenomenon of change blindness suggests these temporal dependencies might be limited. Our observations are largely consistent with this, suggesting that much natural vision can be accomplished with "just-in-time"(More)
Glaucoma care is more an art than science. The introduction of several new classes of glaucoma medications and the completion of many large randomized clinical trials have not changed this fact. While we now have better choices when initiating glaucoma therapy relative to our predecessors, the principles of glaucoma therapy have not changed much during this(More)
The Tiger (Panthera tigris) population in India has undergone a sharp decline during the last few years. Of the number of factors attributed to this decline, habitat fragmentation has been the most worrisome. Wildlife corridors have long been a subject of discussion amongst wildlife biologists and conservationists with contrasting schools of thought arguing(More)
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is a technology for high data rate broadband wireless communication system. It provides high spectral efficiency. The main limitation which degrades the performance of OFDM is inter-carrier interference (ICI), which is caused by Doppler frequency offset and transceiver local oscillator frequency offset. To(More)
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