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— The guard zone computation problem claims utmost importance in VLSI layout design, where the circuit components (or the functional units/modules or groups/blocks of different sub-circuits) that may be viewed as a set of polygonal regions on a two-dimensional plane, are not supposed to be placed much closer to each other in order to avoid electrical(More)
Here, we have proposed a statistical framework based on a novel bat algorithm inspired particle swarm optimisation algorithm for the reconstruction of gene regulatory networks from temporal gene expression data. The recurrent neural network formalism has been implemented to extract the underlying dynamics from time series microarray datasets accurately. The(More)
In recent times, microfluidics is expected to lead to sensor systems for high throughput biochemical analysis. One of the most advanced technologies to build a biochip is based on microfluidics where micro / nanoliter droplets are controlled or manipulated to perform proposed biochemical operations on a miniature lab, called lab-on-a-chip (LOC). Compared to(More)
The guard zone computation problem is of utmost importance in the domain of VLSI physical design automation as one of the major purposes is to find an optimized way to place a set of two-dimensional blocks on a chip floor. Beyond this, it has huge significance in the field of robotic motion planning, Geographical information system, automatic monitoring of(More)