oalib

Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99

Submit

Any time

2020 ( 2 )

2019 ( 11 )

2018 ( 8 )

2017 ( 12 )

Custom range...

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 1670 matches for " Diganta Saha "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /1670
Display every page Item
An Efficient Feature Selection in Classification of Audio Files
Jayita Mitra,Diganta Saha
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper we have focused on an efficient feature selection method in classification of audio files. The main objective is feature selection and extraction. We have selected a set of features for further analysis, which represents the elements in feature vector. By extraction method we can compute a numerical representation that can be used to characterize the audio using the existing toolbox. In this study Gain Ratio (GR) is used as a feature selection measure. GR is used to select splitting attribute which will separate the tuples into different classes. The pulse clarity is considered as a subjective measure and it is used to calculate the gain of features of audio files. The splitting criterion is employed in the application to identify the class or the music genre of a specific audio file from testing database. Experimental results indicate that by using GR the application can produce a satisfactory result for music genre classification. After dimensionality reduction best three features have been selected out of various features of audio file and in this technique we will get more than 90% successful classification result.
Word sense disambiguation: a survey
Alok Ranjan Pal,Diganta Saha
Computer Science , 2015, DOI: 10.5121/ijctcm.2015.5301
Abstract: In this paper, we made a survey on Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD). Near about in all major languages around the world, research in WSD has been conducted upto different extents. In this paper, we have gone through a survey regarding the different approaches adopted in different research works, the State of the Art in the performance in this domain, recent works in different Indian languages and finally a survey in Bengali language. We have made a survey on different competitions in this field and the bench mark results, obtained from those competitions.
Automatic classification of bengali sentences based on sense definitions present in bengali wordnet
Alok Ranjan Pal,Diganta Saha,Niladri Sekhar Dash
Computer Science , 2015, DOI: 10.5121/ijctcm.2015.5101
Abstract: Based on the sense definition of words available in the Bengali WordNet, an attempt is made to classify the Bengali sentences automatically into different groups in accordance with their underlying senses. The input sentences are collected from 50 different categories of the Bengali text corpus developed in the TDIL project of the Govt. of India, while information about the different senses of particular ambiguous lexical item is collected from Bengali WordNet. In an experimental basis we have used Naive Bayes probabilistic model as a useful classifier of sentences. We have applied the algorithm over 1747 sentences that contain a particular Bengali lexical item which, because of its ambiguous nature, is able to trigger different senses that render sentences in different meanings. In our experiment we have achieved around 84% accurate result on the sense classification over the total input sentences. We have analyzed those residual sentences that did not comply with our experiment and did affect the results to note that in many cases, wrong syntactic structures and less semantic information are the main hurdles in semantic classification of sentences. The applicational relevance of this study is attested in automatic text classification, machine learning, information extraction, and word sense disambiguation.
Education and Electoral Outcomes  [PDF]
Diganta Mukherjee, Rajlakshmi Mallik
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2012.22033
Abstract: This paper develops a model of the electoral process for analyzing the voters’ choice faced with two parties. A typical voter is concerned with both local governance issues and macro issues. The relative importance attached by a voter to local and macro concerns is governed by the level of education of the voter. The voter must exercise his choice based on two sets of information—the first pertains to the candidate’s efficiency level and the other pertains to the efficiency of the party as a whole. The model focuses on the case where the party with the better image has been forced to put up a less efficient candidate, as this is sufficient to analyse the trade-off involved. The model shows how the election out-comes may be influenced by the education level of the electorate and the design of election campaigns. This has implications for the design of education policy in the long run and measuring social efficiency of education.
HANDWRITING CHARACTERS RECOGNITION ERRORS AND RECOGNIZING ERRORS OF CHILDREN ON THE TABLET PC
Diganta Das
International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology , 2012,
Abstract:
HANDWRITING RECOGNITION RATE AND PREFERENCE OF WRITING
Diganta Das
International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology , 2012,
Abstract:
Remarks on the metric induced by the Robin function II
Diganta Borah
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: Let $D$ be a smoothly bounded pseudoconvex domain in $\mathbf C^n$, $n > 1$. Using the Robin function $\La(p)$ that arises from the Green function $G(z, p)$ for $D$ with pole at $p \in D$ associated with the standard sum-of-squares Laplacian, N. Levenberg and H. Yamaguchi had constructed a K\"{a}hler metric (the so-called $\La$-metric) on $D$. Assume that $D$ is strongly pseudoconvex and $ds^2$ denotes the $\La$-metric on $D$. In this article, first we prove that the holomorphic sectional curvature of $ds^2$ along normal directions converges to a negative constant near the boundary of $D$. Then, we prove that if $D$ is not simply connected, then any nontrivial homotopy class of $\pi_1(D)$ contains a closed geodesic for $ds^2$. Finally, we prove that the diminesion of the space of square integrable harmonic $(p, q)$-forms on $D$ relative to $ds^2$ is zero except when $p+q=n$ in which case it is infinite.
Remarks on the metric induced by the Robin function III
Diganta Borah
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Let $D$ be a smoothly bounded pseudoconvex domain in $\mathbf C^n$, $n > 1$. Using the Robin function $\Lambda(p)$ that arises from the Green function $G(z, p)$ for $D$ with pole at $p \in D$ associated with the standard sum-of-squares Laplacian, N. Levenberg and H. Yamaguchi had constructed a K\"{a}hler metric (the so-called $\Lambda$-metric) on $D$. In this article, we study the existence of geodesic spirals for this metric.
HUP: An Unstructured Hierarchical Peer-to-Peer Protocol
Guruprasad Khataniar,Diganta Goswami
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
Abstract:
New Physics Effects and Hadronic Form Factor Uncertainties in B -> K^* l^+ l^-
Diganta Das,Rahul Sinha
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.86.056006
Abstract: It is well known that New Physics can contribute to weak decays of heavy mesons via virtual processes during its decays. The discovery of New Physics, using such decays is made difficult due to intractable strong interaction effects needed to describe it. Modes such as B -> K^* l^+ l^- offer an advantage as they provide a multitude of observables via angular analysis. We show how the multitude of "related observables" obtained from B -> K^* l^+ l^-, can provide many new "clean tests" of the Standard Model. The hallmark of these tests is that several of them are independent of the unknown universal form factors in heavy quark effective theory. We derive a relation between observables that is free of form factors and Wilson coefficients, the violation of which will be an unambiguous signal of New Physics. We also derive relations between observables and form factors that are independent of Wilson coefficients and enable verification of hadronic estimates. We show how form factor ratios can be measured directly from helicity fraction with out any assumptions what so ever. We find that the allowed parameter space for observables is very tightly constrained in Standard Model, thereby providing clean signals of New Physics. We examine both the large-recoil and low-recoil regions of the K^* meson and point out special features and derive relations between observables valid in the two limits. In the large-recoil regions several of the relations are unaffected by corrections to all orders in \alpha_s. We present yet another new relation involving only observables that would verify the validity of the relations between form-factors assumed in the low-recoil region. The several relations and constraints derived will provide unambiguous signals of New Physics if it contributes to these decays.
Page 1 /1670
Display every page Item


Home
Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.