S. Ramesh Kumar

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Effective noninvasive interventions for insomnia are needed. High-resolution, relational, resonance-based, electroencephalic mirroring (HIRREM™) is a noninvasive, electroencephalography (EEG)-based method to facilitate greater client-unique, autocalibrated improvements of balance and harmony in cortical neural oscillations. This study explores using HIRREM(More)
Social networking sites allow users to share images, E-commerce web sites also contains millions of images and thus forms image-rich information networks. Retrieving images from image-rich information networks is very challenging task, due to existence of information like text, user, image, feature, tags and group. The concept of image-rich information(More)
Brand positioning is a crucial strategy to any brand's strategy. Given the rapid development of technology and its impact on online strategies, changing lifestyles of consumers, and the consumer interaction required as a part of contemporary brand strategy, there may be need for brands to synergize their positioning strategies with online positioning(More)
In this paper, HSV based color motif co-occurance matrix (HSV-Motif) is proposed for content based image retrieval (CBIR). The HSV-Motif is proposed in contrast to the RGB based color motif co-occurance matrix (RGB-Motif). First the RGB (red, green, and blue) image is converted into HSV (hue, saturation, and value) image, then the H and S images are used(More)
PARAM-10000 is latest of the series of High Performance Parallel Super Computers developed by India. It employs a distributed memory and message passing architectures and is built as a cluster of SMP workstations using 4-way SMP workstations from Sun Microsystems. The work discusses about Parallel Finite element Analysis Programs developed with Direct(More)
The importance of perceptive adaptation of sound features for audio content processing. Unlike the other features, the dialog detection requires no additional parameter since the feature detector already made that binary decision. The hit rate for shot/reverse shots dialogs was 35% and 60%, respectively. The false hit rates were about 5% and 118%. 7.3.4(More)
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