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Browsing Goa Business School by Subject "Computer Science and Technology"

Browsing Goa Business School by Subject "Computer Science and Technology"

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  • Gauns-Dessai, K.G.; Kamat, V.V. (Information Systems Security, Ed. by: Indrajit Ray, Manoj Singh Gaur, Mauro Conti, Dheeraj Sanghi and V. Kamakoti. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10063. Springer. 2016; 303-323.)
    The prevalence of malpractices in the assessments carried by educational institutions worldwide appears to be very high. Appropriate measures to deter and prevent the malpractices during the examinations are necessary to ...
  • Fadte, S.S.; Vaz-Fernandes, E.; Karmali, R.; Pawar, J.D. (ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing. 21(5); 2022; ArticleID_88.)
    Konkani is an under-resourced language mainly spoken on the west coast of India. Although linguistic analyses of vowel sounds in various dialects of Konkani have been done in the past, more accurate analysis of Konkani ...
  • Naik, V.; Kamat, V.V. (7. Int. Conf. Technology for Education (T4E), Warangal, IEEE. 2015; 7-14.)
    The problems associated with teaching in a class of technical education are too many. The huge strength resulted from a large number of students being attracted to technical education field, a smaller teacher to student ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Pawar, J.D. (Proceedings of the First International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Informatics, Ed. by: Suresh Chandra Satapathy, V. Kamakshi Prasad, B. Padmaja Rani, Siba K. Udgata and K. Srujan Raju. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Springer. 507; 2017; 401-409.)
    Fractals are known for their aesthetic appeal. We have calculated the Fractal Dimension (FD) with the Box-Counting method for the Adavus, pure dance movements in BharataNatyam. These poses were found to be Fractal with the ...
  • Kamat, V.V. (4. Int. Conf. Technology for Education (T4E), 2012 IEEE. 2012; 231-232.)
    Present mass education system that can best be described using the factory metaphor is witnessing criminal wastage of resources. Despite of regulatory framework and accreditation mechanism, the quality in mass higher ...
  • Kamat, V.V.; Sardessai, S. (AGILE India (AGILE INDIA), IEEE. 2012; 48-55.)
    Indian higher education is looking forward to major reforms. In the past, much of the efforts to bring in reforms have proved to be counter productive. There is so much of wastage of talent and resources that one is compelled ...
  • Naik, V.; Kamat, V.V. (Artificial Intelligence in Education, Ed. by: Isotani, S.; Millan, E.; Ogan, A.; Hastings, P.; McLaren, B.; Luckin, R. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 11626; 2019; 359-364.)
    It is well known that if the learning strategies align with learning outcomes, learner well engaged in the session is likely to make progress in acquiring knowledge. However, it is challenging to ascertain learner's ...
  • Naik, V.; Kamat, V.V. (Proc. IEEE 9th International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E). 10-13 Dec 2018. 2018; 110-113.)
    Student that is sufficiently involved in the learning process usually shows higher performance with respect to the objectives set for the process. Of course, this requires alignment of the instructional strategy with the ...
  • Al-Rumaim, A.; Pawar, J.D. (China Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Technology. 23(2); 2023; 3115-3135.)
    This research paper addresses the growing need for API behavioural security in today's globally connected cyber environment. It highlights the importance of API security measures for companies dealing with personal information ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (Applied Artificial Intelligence. 29(2); 2015; 148-163.)
    The ancient Indian classical dance form BharataNatyam (BN) can stay alive and dynamic by allowing innovative, experimental ideas. These comprise of a sequence of possible and legitimate dance steps, and it is estimated ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (Proc. 12 Int. Conf. on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS), 4-7 Dec 2012. 2012; 384-389)
    Dance choreography is an intense, creative and intuitive process. A choreographer has to finalize appropriate dance steps from amongst millions of possibilities. Though it is not impossible, the choreographer being human ...
  • Jadhav, S.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (19. Int. Conf. on Management of Data (COMAD). 2013; 131-134.)
    BharataNatyam (BN) is an ancient Indian Classical Dance. The manuscripts namely Natyasastra and Abhinayadarpana are the only source of documentation for this Classical dance form of South India. Although few archives are ...
  • Pawar, J.D.; Rao, P.R. (Proc. of the International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium (IDEAS). 11-14 Dec 2006. 2006; 309-310.)
    The subspace clustering algorithm CLIQUE finds all subspace clusters including overlapping clusters existing in high dimensional datasets. CLIQUE consists of three main steps namely - (1) identification of subspaces that ...
  • Desai, S.; Pawar, J.D.; Bhattacharya, P. (Proc. COLING 2012 Mumbai. 2012; 103-110.)
    A Morphological Analyzer is a crucial tool for any language. In popular tools used to build morphological analyzers like XFST, HFST and Apertium's lttoolbox, the finite state approach is used to sequence input characters. ...
  • Tatkar, D.; Kamat, V.V. (International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Industrial Engineering (IJMTIE). 1(1); 2010; 7-12.)
  • Jadhav, S.; Arus, A.; Joshi, M.; Pawar, J.D. (Int. Conf. on Interdisciplinary Advances in Applied Computing (ICONIAAC'14). 10-11 Oct 2014, Amritapuri, India. ACM New York, NY, USA. 2014.)
    BharataNatyam (BN) is an ancient Indian Classical Dance dating centuries ago. This unique classical dance has been taught by a teacher to a student mostly by rote learning method. A student uses various methods to record ...
  • Asnani, K.; Pawar, J.D. (Procedia Computer Science. 112; 2017; 693-702.)
    We study the problem of automatic extraction of aspects from code-mixed social media data in the form of topic clusters. To address the same, we present the background and propose a code-mixed probabilistic topic model. ...
  • Lemos, M.; Muralidharan, R.; Kamat, V.V. (Proc. Nat. Seminar on e-Learning and e-Learning Technologies, Hyderabad. 2001; 59-62.)
    Evaluation is an integral part of learning. A good objective test at the end of each learning objective can reveal a lot about the level of understanding of the learner. Question bank based evaluation often looses its ...
  • Desai, S.; Desai, Neenad; Pawar, J.D.; Bhattacharya, P. (Proc. 11. Int. Conf. on Natural Language Processing, Goa, India. 2014; 154-162.)
    In this paper, we discuss a rule based method which automatically assigns paradigms to Konkani nouns using morphophonemic rules, stem formation rules and relevance score of the paradigms. The first contribution is computation ...

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