Hanumant S. Sawant

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In this work, we concentrate in the analysis of radio slowly drifting fine structures associated with solar flares recorded in the frequency range of (1000 2500) MHz by the Brazilian Solar Spectroscope (BSS), in regular operation at National Institute of Space Research (INPE) Brazil. The main morphological aspects of each fine structure are narrow-band of(More)
Aims. To calculate the power budget for electron acceleration and the efficiency of the plasma emission mechanism in a post-flare decimetric continuum source. Methods. We have imaged a high brightness temperature (∼109 K) post-flare source at 1060 MHz with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT). We use information from these images and the dynamic(More)
This work aims to explore the antenna signal correlations of BDA radio-interferometer, making use of quantum computation. The radio-interferometer correlations have been extensively explored and optimized, with respect to the conventional computational models, so the proposed solution is to use the quantum computation model to the BDA signals complex(More)
This paper presents the PVA-BDA project (Processing, Visualization and Analysis in Parallel Environment of the BDA Data) that has been developed for processing of solar images that will be captured by the BDA (Brazilian Decimetric Array), a radio telescope under development at the National Institute for Space Research (INPE). In a joint effort between the(More)
The solar radio emissions in the decimetric frequency range (above 1000 MHz) are very rich in temporal and/or spectral fine structures. The Brazilian Solar Spectroscope (BSS) at INPE started operating in 1998. Since then, various types of fine structures, in the frequency range of (1000-2500) MHz, with high time and frequency resolutions have been recorded.(More)
We are carrying out a development of a whole system for processing solar images in a high performance parallel system. The main objective is to create the initial conditions for studying and forecasting the solar explosions in real time. Due to the high computational costs involved in the processing, visualization and analysis of a great amount of solar(More)
Quantum computing is a novel way to perform computation based on quantum physics. Since its beginning, at 1985, it promises a revolution in the data processing. Works that have been done prove that quantum computing, regarding its features provided by quantum physics, offer high data processing power compared with classical computation. The aim of the(More)