R. Lakshmipathi

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Face Recognition based on its attributes is an easy task for a researcher to perform; it is nearly automated, and requires little mental effort. A researcher can recognize faces even when the matching image is distorted, such as a person wearing glasses, and can perform the task fairly easy. A computer, on the other hand, has no innate ability to recognize(More)
In the current age of recession, Human Resource department of every organization is facing a real challenging task of recruiting right talent peoples who can do the project in different problem domain and complete it within timeline. The main responsibility of any HR Personnel is to propose right talent pool to the interviewers to save their time in(More)
The Application of Bio Inspired Algorithms to complicated Power System Stability Problems has recently attracted the researchers in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Low frequency oscillations after a disturbance in a Power system, if not sufficiently damped, can drive the system unstable. This paper provides a systematic procedure to damp the low(More)
In Modern Interconnected Power systems, Power System Stabilizers(PSS) are widely used to damp the Low Frequency Inertial Oscillations experienced in the System. In this paper, an innovative Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) Algorithm is applied to compute the Optimal value of PSS parameters to enhance Power System Stability. The design problem is formulated(More)
Recognizing a face based on its attributes is an easy task for a human to perform; it is nearly automatic, and requires little mental effort. A computer, on the other hand, has no innate ability to recognize a face or facial features, and must be programmed with an algorithm to do so. Generally, to recognize a face, different kinds of the facial features(More)
is formulated as an optimization criterion comprising of Time domain based objective function to compute the optimal controller parameters. The main objective is to minimize the integral squared error involving rotor speed deviation and power angle deviations. To validate the effective damping action of the proposed controller, Non linear Time domain(More)
In this study, a fuzzy gain scheduled proportional and integral (FGPI) controller was developed to regulate the power flow regulation of Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC) in a multi-area power system. Also, this FGPI was developed for the SSSC without and with Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) system. Two performance criteria were(More)
Routing protocols for mobile ad hoc networks have been explored extensively in the past years. Most of the work is aimed at finding a shortest path between the source and the destination, without considering the network performance influencing factors like present network traffic, movements and application requirements etc. In the present world many(More)