Sangeeth Kumar

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Real time wireless sensor networks are primarily constrained by the availability of energy for a long monitoring period. Either new methodologies for acquiring energy or new methodologies for efficient energy utilization have to be adopted. This paper analyzes the energy consumed by the entire network and discusses the factors and approaches used towards(More)
Net primary production (NPP) is a fundamental characteristic of all ecosystems and foundational to understanding the fluxes of energy and nutrients. Because NPP cannot be measured directly, researchers use field-measured surrogates as input variables in various equations designed to estimate 'true NPP'. This has led to considerable debate concerning which(More)
Protein interations are presently required to understand the mechanisms of in vitro maturation, fertilization and culture of sheep embryoes through in silico analysis. The present work has been conducted on TCM-199 supplemented with epidermal growth factor (EGF), fetal bovine serum (FBS) or wheat peptones The maturation rate of oocyte was significantly(More)
Using wireless networks to connect and communicate between geological sensors is a more scalable and suitable way for designing landslide monitoring and warning system for larger areas spanning many acres. Added to this, if the system has the capability to function in solar power, then it becomes autonomous system with self-organizing and self-healing(More)
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