Vasufha Bhatnagar

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Data in databases is the outcome of an underlying data generation process (dgp), which is a complex function of unknown number of parameters. A few of these parameters may be known and understood by the domain expert or the end-user. The trends hidden in the evolving databases evolve with time and are manifestations of the underlying dgp. We believe that(More)
Particularly, we consider a scenario of a patient monitoring device, where a patient has plenty of sensors mounted on its head to measure different parameters like EEG. Moreover, these sensors are connected with wires to a node, which collects all the measured data from these sensors and send wirelessly to another node situated at different location on a(More)
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