J. S. Sohal

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This paper comparator networks-a well-known model of parallel computation. This model is used extensively for keys arrangement tasks such as sorting and selection. This work investigates several aspects of comparator networks. It starts with presenting handy tools for analysis of comparator networks in the form of conclusive sets-non-binary vectors that(More)
Efficacy of IS900 blood PCR was evaluated for the presence of MAP infection. Serum, fecal, and blood samples of kids, young, and adult goats from farm and farmer's herds in Mathura district were also screened by ELISA, microscopy and culture. Of 111 goats (kids: 40, young: 14, adults: 57) screened, 77.5% were positive by blood PCR. Of 76 goats, 90.8% (kids:(More)
Neural networks (NNs) have been increasingly used in recent years for the solving complex nonlinear problems. NNs are seen as an attractive alternative to process based modeling approaches, as they are able to extract an underlying relationship from the data when knowledge of physical process is lacking. The paper evaluates the predictive power of a model,(More)
Therapeutic efficacy of an "Indigenous vaccine" has been evaluated with respect to a commercial vaccine (Gudair, Spain), for the control of clinical Johne's disease (JD) in naturally infected goatherds. Seventy-one goats (JD positive) were randomly divided into 3 groups ("Bison", "Gudair" and "Sham-immunized"). After vaccination, goats were monitored for(More)
We propose a framework for efficient OLAP on networks with a focus on the most interesting kind, the topological OLAP (called " T-OLAP "), which incurs topological changes in the underlying networks. Topological OLAP operations generate new networks from the original ones by rolling up a subset of nodes chosen by certain constraint criteria. The key(More)
A critical challenge in an optical network is to provide the capability to instantiate and route lightpaths in real time and to support a variety of protection and restoration capabilities required by the rapidly evolving IP over WDM (wavelength division multiplexing). This requires efficient control plane (CP) mechanisms to dynamically establish and tear(More)
In present pilot study aimed to estimate, presence of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) antibodies in the human serum samples originating from North India using "Indigenous absorbed ELISA kit" (ELISA kit). The phase I, "ELISA kit" was optimized using protoplasmic antigen from native isolate of MAP "Indian Bison type" recovered from the(More)