Shreeram Sahasrabudhe

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Multimedia can accommodate diverse learning styles. By giving students different ways to learn material, we hope to attract more novices, especially women and minorities, to computer science. We designed a user interface that is independent of both book metaphors and familiar web browsers. It supplies sound and animation for sensory learners, while letting(More)
CIMEL is a multimedia framework for Constructive and collaborative, Inquiry-based E-Learning supplementing computer science courses. Constructive learning goes beyond learning by receiving knowledge, to learning by building systems, with immediate, visual feedback. Collaborative learning encourages students to interact with instructors and librarians via(More)
The pipeline for women and minorities entering CS/IT is shrinking. Using a combination of multimedia e-learning and mentoring, we seek to widen the pipeline in both first year college courses and grades 7-12. We are developing multimedia that complements a new first semester Computer Science (CS0) textbook. For grades 7-12, we plan to establish outreach(More)
AIM The present study was conducted to investigate the effect of species, breed and age on bacterial load in fresh and frozen semen of Cattle and Buffalo bull. MATERIALS AND METHODS Present study covered 56 cow and 10 buffalo bulls stationed at Central Semen Station Anjora, Durg (Chhattisgarh). Impact of breeds on bacterial load in semen was assessed(More)
CIMEL is a multimedia framework for Constructive, Inquiry-based E-Learning supplementing computer science courses. Within the CIMEL multimedia framework, we have developed new materials at different levels in computer science curricula, including a first semester course in computer science (CS0), a graduate level course on Object-Oriented Software(More)
AIM The present investigation was conducted to locate the critical sources of bacterial contamination and to evaluate the standard sanitation protocol so as to improve the hygienic conditions during collection, evaluation, and processing of bull semen in the Semen Station. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study compared two different hygienic procedures during(More)
In this paper we define the notion of causal chains. Causal chains are a particular kind of sequential patterns that reflect causality relations according to background knowledge. We also present an algorithm for mining causal chains from a collection of action traces. We run this algorithm on a real-world domain and observe that causal chains can be(More)
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