Nishchal K. Verma

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We propose a novel approach for content based color image classification using Support Vector Machine (SVM). Traditional classification approaches deal poorly on content based image classification tasks being one of the reasons of high dimensionality of the feature space. In this paper, color image classification is done on features extracted from(More)
Cognitive Radio Networks (CRN) have enabled us to efficiently reuse the underutilized radio spectrum. The MAC protocol in CRN defines the spectrum usage by sharing the channels efficiently among users. In this paper we propose a novel TDMA based MAC protocol with dynamically allocated slots. Most of the MAC protocols proposed in the literature employ Common(More)
This work explores how a kind of probabilistic system, namely the Gaussian mixture model (GMM), can be translated to an additive fuzzy system. We will prove the mathematical equivalence between the conditional mean of a GMM, and the defuzzified output of a generalized fuzzy model (GFM). The relationship between a GMM and a GFM, and the conditions for GMM to(More)
In this study, Support Vector Machine (SVM) based methods have been used to classify the electrocardiogram (ECG) arrhythmias. Among various existing SVM methods, three well-known and widely used algorithms one-against-one, one-against-all, and fuzzy decision function are used here to distinguish between the presence and absence of cardiac arrhythmia and(More)
This paper proposes Improved Mountain Clustering version-2 (IMC-2) based medical image segmentation. The proposed technique is a more powerful approach for medical image based diagnosing diseases like brain tumor, tooth decay, lung cancer, tuberculosis etc. The IMC-2 based medical image segmentation approach has been applied on various categories of images(More)
This paper presents a self-optimal clustering (SOC) technique which is an advanced version of improved mountain clustering (IMC) technique. The proposed clustering technique is equipped with major changes and modifications in its previous versions of algorithm. SOC is compared with some of the widely used clustering techniques such as K-means, fuzzy(More)