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- N Lauritzen, A P Rao
- 1997

Using methods from the modular representation theory of algebraic groups one can construct [1] a projective homogeneous space for SL 4 in prime characteristic , which violates Kodaira vanishing. In this note we show how elementary algebraic geometry can be used to simplify and generalize this example. Let X be a smooth projective variety of dimension m over… (More)

- JUMPING LINES, A. Prabhakar Rao
- 1997

This paper shows that the general hypersurface of degree ≥ 6 in projective four space cannot support an indecom-posable rank two vector bundle which is Arithmetically Cohen-Macaulay and four generated. Equivalently, the equation of the hypersurface is not the Pfaffian of a four by four minimal skew-symmetric matrix.

- Trusha R. Wagh, A. P. Rao
- 2014

— WSN system is the most recent and cost effective system for monitoring and controlling the enviournmental applications. It is also a demanding task to use efficiently the energy harvesting system (EHS) technology for WSN. The system performs the measurements using integrated peripherals to process the measured data as well as to coordinate the data… (More)

} be a sequence of homogeneous polynomials in 2n + 2 variables with no common zeroes in P 2n+1 and suppose that the degrees of the polynomials are such that Q = n i=0 f i g i is a homogeneous polynomial. We shall refer to the hypersurface X defined by Q as a generalised quadric. In this note, we prove that generalised quadrics in P 2n+1 C for n ≥ 1 are… (More)

- A P Rao
- 1997

On P 3 , we show that mathematical instantons in characteristic two are unobstructed. We produce upper bounds for the dimension of the moduli space of stable rank two bundles on P 3 in characteristic two. In cases where there is a phenomenon of good reduction modulo two, these give similar results in characteristic zero. We also give an example of a… (More)

This research represents a novel identification of gender by using different features of fingerprints. Fingerprints are the biometric system provides an automatic recognition of an individual based on some unique features of an individual. Gender classification using fingerprints can be done by using spatial domain approach or frequency domain approach or… (More)

- Suman Sahu, A. Prabhakar Rao, Saurabh Tarun Mishra
- 2015 International Conference on Communications…
- 2015

In this paper, the Gender through Fingerprints have been determined by using Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) method. Finger prints verification is one of the most reliable personal identification method and it plays a very important role in forensic application like criminal investigation. Finger prints has been used as a biometric for the… (More)

- M N SASTRI, A P RAO
- Journal of chromatography
- 1962

- Ariel Rao
- AAAI
- 2017

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