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1.28-11-2021Automatic glaucoma detection with image processing and deep learning techniques using fundus eye image" which has been awarded as BEST RESEARCH PAPER in ICAESM-2021 Organized by Institute For Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) held on 28th & 29th November 2021 at Bangalore, India
Authors: Vani A, Dr. Mamatha M N
2.28-11-2021“IoT Based Smart Speech With Visual Feedback Navigation Guidance System For Visually Impaired” , in ICAESM-2021 Organized by Institute For Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) held on 28th & 29th November 2021 at Bangalore, India
Authors: Vani A, Dr. Mamatha M N
3.09-06-2020Dept.of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering,Bangalore,India, "Smart Assistant for Deaf and Dumb Using Flexible Resistive Sensor : Implemented on LabVIEW Platform", 2020 IEEE International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies (ICICT), Electronic ISBN: 978-1-7281-4685-0, 09 June 2020, DOI: 10.1109/ICICT48043.2020.9112553
Authors: S. Kumuda ; Preethi K Mane
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4.20-02-2020The Simulation Study of Solar PV Coupled Synchronous Buck Converter with Lead acid Battery Charging Date of Conference: 29-31 Aug. 2019 Date Added to IEEE Xplore: 20 February 2020 ISBN Information: INSPEC Accession Number: 19380726 DOI: 10.1109/PETPES47060.2019.9003841 Publisher: IEEE Conference Location: Mangalore, India
Authors: AKSHAY KUMAR S, M N SUNEETHA, C LAKSHMINARAYAN
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5.10-02-2020Publication date 2020/2 Conference 2020 International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies (ICICT) Issue 978-1-7281-4685-0 Description The people with hearing and speaking difficulties use sign language to converse with each other. They have difficulties while conversing with people who do not know sign language. We have addressed this issue in our proposed project. This project proposes a model of Smart gloves and flex sensors for Sign language recognition. The proposed approach is based on detection of the finger movements and hand gestures to identify the gesture using signal processing kit in LabVIEW software and a data acquisition device (NI USB 6008 DAQ card). The signal is processed and is used to identify the sign shown and concatenate the letters into suitable word and also present the word in audio format. In our work we aim to provide a solution for the trainers in deaf and dumb schools to display letters, with its associated visual display, along with audio output, making learning very interactive and encouraging. It can be …
Authors: S. Kumuda, Preethi K Mane
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6.25-01-2020Coin Based Universal Mobile Charger using solar Panel ISBN: 978-93-89107-71-5
Authors: Krishnamurthy, Ajaykumar D
7.25-01-2020Coin Based Universal Mobile battery charger using Solar Panel
Authors: KRISHNAMURTHY K.T
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8.16-12-2019Conference 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Smart Electronic Systems (iSES)(Formerly iNiS) Pages 390-395 Publisher IEEE Description With the advent of VLSI technology; the ability to acquire, filter and analyze low power and highly random signals has increased. Signal acquisition systems have become smaller, more accurate, portable and extremely reliable. EEG is a highly sought upon signal acquisition system having range of applications in neurological and psychiatry treatments. Yet this system is costly and often beyond the availability of a common patient. In this paper we propose the design of an EEG system which is low cost, making it affordable for common patients yet robust enough to acquire EEG signals for critical neuro-psychiatric study. Also, we review the current state of research in the field of EEG acquisition systems, signal processing of EEG signal and its applications to design a low-cost EEG system. Total citations Cited by 1
Authors: Kanishk Rai, Keshav Kumar Thakur, Preethi K Mane, Narayan Panigrahi Publication date 2019/12/16
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9.26-09-2019Vani A, Mamatha MN, “ Advance techniques to enhance human visual ability” Springer 3rd International Conference on Computational Vision and Bio Inspired Computing ICCVBIC 2019, 25th and 26th September 2019
Authors: Vani A, Dr Mamatha MN
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10.11-07-2019"Biotelemetry Over TCP/IP in LabVIEW",International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation REV2019 2019: Cyber-physical Systems and Digital Twins pp 661-673, Springer, Cham, 11 July 2019, Print ISBN978-3-030-23161-3, DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-23162-0_60
Authors: S. KumudaM. N. Mamatha
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11.30-12-2018Project based learning (PBL) in Engineering is an alternate for traditional pedagogy in which the learner will gain knowledge and skills by developing a solution for an authentic problem in a specified duration. Since it can be framed as continuous engaging activity, the number of topics of the course syllabi gets delivered in the process. A case study approach for a course titled `Digital Signal Processing (DSP)' is presented, as an example for PBL. The problem statement chosen for the PBL implementation is to illustrate a novel concept of Smart Headphones using Active Noise Cancellation and speech recognition. The PBL project is designed to address the contemporary issue of speech recognition in multimedia headphone to make it smart at a low cost. The prototype design based on principles of Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is achieved using a processor, TMS320C5416. The sub tasks of this project are correlated to different topics of the course of DSP syllabus. The sub task implementation, evaluation and mapping help to attain the outcomes of the course by means of PBL. The hands on experiments carried out with the DSP processor in implementing the proposed project in stages provide the better and ease of understanding of the course. An evaluation of stage wise implementation as compared to the corresponding evaluation modules of traditional DSP course delivery has been presented.
Authors: Veena N. Hegde
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12.27-12-2018A LOW COST EMBEDDED SEA NAVIGATION AND SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR FISHER MAN
Authors: KRISHNAMURTHY K.T
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13.01-12-2018 Review of Research Progress, Trends, and Gap in Occupancy Sensing for Sophisticated Sensory Operation 7th Computer Science On-line Conference 2018 -line CC 2018
Authors: Preethi K Mane Dr. K Narasimha Rao
14.31-10-2018A person on an average spends nearly a year on the process of folding clothes. In this paper, we sought to reduce the human effort and time involved in the process by automating it. Any process of folding garments essentially requires the clothes to be brought to a standard or recognizable form to identify corners, collars or stitches. This is the innate difficulty in mechanizing the process. Our paper aims to transform a heap of clothes to a folded stack by means of simple mechanisms and electronic control systems. The work is divided into three sections based on the objectives to be attained at the end of each. The first stage involves isolating a single cloth from a heap. The next stage focuses on unfurling the cloth to a recognizable form and orienting it in a way that is compatible with the final stage. The last section of the project folds the clothes. In addition to these three main functions, automating the process also requires the clothes to be transferred between these stages. Scaled models of the first and last stages were assembled from commercial components and tested on a t-shirt, but their use can be extended to other garments with simple modifications. The unfurling stage is still in its infancy- a pliable concept that requires rigorous testing.
Authors: Priyanka Vijay Hubli; S Alekhya; Shilpa Vijayakumar; Thagnatha Prasad; Veena N Hegde; K. Narasimha Rao
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15.25-11-2017Publication date 2017/11/29 Conference 2017 5th IEEE International Conference on MOOCs, Innovation and Technology in Education (MITE) Pages 141-145 Publisher IEEE Description Assessment of Learning Outcomes are important for successful implementation of Outcome Based Education (OBE). The learning outcomes on a long run are reflected in Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), by the graduates of a program, spread in different knowledge spheres. This paper represents a case study implementation for PEO evaluation. An approach for evaluating PEO as an indirect means is being proposed in this case study. The method emphasizes on evaluation and attainment of PEOs. This is accomplished through alumni and employer surveys. These surveys are carried out more systematically by an online process to collect feedback from various stakeholders once in a year. The model proposed here is for obtaining the response for survey questionnaire at the institutional level through alumni association in coordination with placement cell, Industry Institution Interaction cell (IIIC). Further the …
Authors: SR Desai, Preethi K Mane, Veena N Hegde, MN Mamatha
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16.11-05-2017Publication date 2017/5/11 Conference International Conference on Trends in Electronics and Informatics (ICEI 2017). Issue 978-1-5090-4257-9/17/$31.00 ©2017 IEEE Pages 25-31 Description Research work towards occupancy detection system dates back more than a decade and there has been significant involvement of various sensor techniques especially using prototyping in this field. After reviewing existing mechanism of occupancy detection techniques, we find that there has been significant contribution of Occupancy detection in multiple applications. Similarly, on the other hand, Doppler radar has also been used significantly in healthcare section. Hence, research towards integrating occupancy detection using Doppler radar could increase better possibility of sensing the target. This paper presents a technique that uses intermittent wave signal generated from bio-signals instead of conventional continuous wave signal to achieve a power efficient system. The study outcome was found to possess better performance of sensing with respect to signal quality, processing time and cost-effective … Total citations Cited by 2
Authors: Preethi Mane k, Narasimha Rao K
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17.02-05-2017Computational Modelling of Biosignal-based Occupancy Sensing System using Doppler Radar Conference on Trends in Electronics and Informatics (ICEI 2017) 10.1109/ICOEI.2017.8300929
Authors: Preethi K Mane Dr. K Narasimha Rao
18.24-04-2017Lakes are important part of urban ecosystem. They are small aquatic bodies, but perform significant environmental, social and economic functions. Their contribution ranges from being a source of drinking water, recharging groundwater, acting as sponges to control flooding, supporting biodiversity and providing livelihoods. Many economic sectors such as agriculture, domestic applications consider lakes as easily available source of water for their day to day needs. Lakes may be man-made or natural, fresh water or brackish; but they play a very vital role in maintaining environmental sustainability particularly in urban environments. In today's urbanization, especially in contexts when the cities are facing the challenges of enhanced traffic and pollution, lakes and freshwater bodies are the hopes for restoring the ecosystem. At present, in India, lakes and wetlands are in extremely bad shape and are suffering from varying degrees of environmental degradation. Despite knowing their environmental, social and economic significance, city planners have given least importance to protect them and have even destroyed these water bodies. Due to unplanned industrialization, much of the landscape around the lakes in urban area and their surroundings has been covered by impervious surfaces. As a result, instead of rainwater, it is the sewage and effluents that are filling up urban water bodies. Once the known sponges of urban area, today urban lakes have turned into hazards needing utmost attention, that get choked even with low rainfall and overflow into the blocked canals during high rainfall. In recent times, during the rainy season, the lakes and fresh water bodies have become reasons for causing floods in the city. The cities are witnessing eventual disappearance of these sponges that has exacerbated floods and sharpened the pain of droughts. In an attempt to provide a solution to this complex problem, our paper presents a model and testing mechanism towards bringing the awareness about the lake water health monitoring. Our system consists of sensors including temperature, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and pH sensor to calculate the water quality index and create the mathematical model to predict the variation of the parameters in the future. The system will help the stakeholders and public to be aware of the condition of the lakes and take corrective actions to prevent further degradation
Authors: Apratim Haider ., Amit Baran Roy ., Rahul Sharma ., Veena N Hegde ., S. Kumuda .,
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19.02-02-2017This paper presents a low cost eye based Human Computer Interface (HCI) developed for amputees and paralyzed persons. The system is a computer interface that provides the functionality of an input device like mouse based on eye actions such as eye blink, eye-gaze and gaze control. For initialization, the subject just holds his/her head still for a few seconds: using involuntary blinks that would naturally occur during this time, the system both locates the user's eye pair as well as forms online templates of the open and shut eyes of the specific user, valid for the rest of that session. The located eyes are tracked in real time using template matching and histogram back projection. Reasonable amount of head motion, carried out at reasonable speeds, are automatically detected and compensated. Automatic re-initialization of the system occurs if the user goes out of frame or during excessive rapid head movement. When the eyes are detected as more than 70% open, the iris tracker module is triggered. In order to detect the iris, the eye image is subjected to image conditioning to eliminate the eyelashes and eyebrow. The iris is detected on the basis of colour and shape, and the Hough transform is used on the region to determine its centre and radius. Iris detection is continuously repeated whenever the eye is open, so that it is continuously tracked. Later on, continuous gaze does the mouse clicking action replacing the mouse of the computer with this HCI.
Authors: Veena N. Hegde ., Ramya S. Ullagaddimath ., S. Kumuda .
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20.21-12-2016"AquaPredicto—Freshwater quality management system for lakes'', IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10-HTC),Publication date-2016/12/21,Pages-1-8,Publisher-IEEE
Authors: Apratim Haider, Amit Baran Roy, Rahul Sharma, Veena N Hegde, S Kumuda
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