Nisha Elsa Varghese

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When attacked, many decapod crustaceans perform tailflips, which are triggered by a neural circuit that includes lateral giant interneurons, medial giant interneurons, and fast flexor motor giant neurons (MoGs). Slipper lobsters (Scyllaridae) lack these giant neurons, and it has been hypothesized that behavioral (e.g., digging) and morphological (e.g.,(More)
— Among the biometric recognition technology, fingerprint recognition is very popular for personal identification due to the uniqueness, universality, collectability and invariance. Large volumes of fingerprint are collected and stored every day in a wide range of applications, including forensics and access control. Fingerprint image compression is a key(More)
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