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With the ever-increasing diffusion of computers into the society, it is widely believed that present popular mode of interactions with computers (mouse and keyboard) will become a bottleneck in the effective utilization of information flow between the computers and the human. Vision based Gesture recognition has the potential to be a natural and powerful… (More)

- G. S. R. Murthy, T. Parthasarathy
- Math. Program.
- 1998

- G. S. R. Murthy, T. Parthasarathy, G. Ravindran
- Math. Program.
- 1993

- G. S. R. Murthy, T. Parthasarathy, Marco Sabatini
- Math. Program.
- 1996

- Shanmukha Swamy, Chethan M P, +13 authors Chieh-Chih Wang
- 2016

Sign language is used as a communication medium among deaf and dumb people to convey the message with each other. A person who can talk and hear properly (normal person) cannot communicate with deaf and dumb person unless he/she is familiar with sign language. Same case is applicable when a deaf and dumb person wants to communicate with a normal person or… (More)

- Ganpathy Murthy
- 2003

This paper reviews progress on the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect (FQHE) based on what we term hamiltonian theories, i.e., theories that proceed from the microscopic electronic hamiltonian to the final solution via a sequence of transformations and approximations, either in the hamil-tonian or path integral approach, as compared to theories based on exact… (More)

- Ganpathy Murthy
- 2002

The hamiltonian theory of the fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE) is derived and used to answer a large number of qualitative and quantitative questions. After some preliminaries, the complementary approach based on the trial wavefunctions of Laughlin and Jain is reviewed since it inspires the hamiltonian approach. A critical survey of vortices, the… (More)

- G. S. R. Murthy, S. K. Neogy, Frank Thuijsman
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2000

The linear complementarity problem (q, A) with data A ∈ R n×n and q ∈ R n involves finding a nonnegative z ∈ R n such that Az + q ≥ 0 and z t (Az + q) = 0. Cottle and Stone introduced the class of P 1-matrices and showed that if A is in P 1 \Q, then K(A) (the set of all q for which (q, A) has a solution) is a half-space and (q, A) has a unique solution for… (More)

- G. S. R. Murthy, T. Parthasarathy, B. Sriparna
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2000

- A. L. N. Murthy, G. S. R. Murthy
- SIAM J. Matrix Analysis Applications
- 2000