Srikanth K. V. Sudarshan

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Seismic imaging is the primary technique for subsurface exploration. Traditional seismic imaging techniques rely heavily on manual labor to plant sensors, lay miles of cabling, and then recover the sensors. Often sites of resource or rescue interest may be difficult or hazardous to access. Thus, there is a substantial need for unmanned sensors that can be(More)
Sputum smear conventional microscopy (CM) is used as primary bacteriological test for detection of TB. This technique is the most preferred technique in low and middle income countries due to its availability as well as accessibility. Manual screening of bacilli using CM is time consuming and labor intensive. As a result, the sensitivity of TB detection is(More)
Seismic surveying requires placing a large number of sensors (geophones) in a grid pattern, triggering a seismic event, and recording vibration readings. The goal of the surveying is often to locate subsurface resources. Traditional seismic surveying employs human laborers for sensor placement and retrieval. The major drawbacks of surveying with human(More)
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