Navjyoti Singh

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We construct a complex citation network of a subset of In-dian Constitutional Articles and the legal judgments that invoke them. We describe, how this dataset is constructed and also introduce the term of dispersion [1] from network science related to social networks, in the context of legal relevance. Our research shows that dispersion is a decisive(More)
While the ability to see colours is innate, their perception is a guided process. Varying across languages and cultures, linguistic vocabulary is one such influence that guides our perception. In colour specifically, the names of colours in a language act as verbal cues that help us memorize and later recognize colours of the spectrum. This makes colour a(More)
In this paper we present a foundational as well as generative ontology which is graph-based. We use a form called punctuator which is non-propositional and also non-set-theoretic to build our system – Neo-Vaiśes ika Formal Ontology. The idea is to present an ontological language which is formal. This language is a set of potentially infinite sentences(More)
The conundrum of understanding and classifying sarcasm has been dealt with by the traditional theorists as an analysis of a sarcastic utterance and the ironic situation that surrounds it. The problem with such an approach is that it is too narrow, as it is unable to sufficiently utilize the two indispensable agents in making such an utterance, viz. the(More)
The last decade has witnessed significant work in personality mining from lexical cues in social media data. Not much work has yet been undertaken in extracting these lexical cues from biographical data populating social media. Most of this work involves a large crowd of researchers leveraging dictionary-based approaches such as LIWC (which primarily focus(More)