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Naren Datha, Tanuja Joshi, Joseph Joy, Vibhuti Sengar
2009 Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems - GIS '09  
Many popular online services provide "local" or "yellow-pages" search, but none of them allow users to customize the search over user-specified data. Instead, searches are performed over spatial data provided by data aggregators. This paper describes a novel system for providing custom local search over user-provided custom spatial datasets logically combined with detailed streetlevel vector data. We present the algorithms and architecture underlying our prototype system, which can handle a
more » ... e of queries, including complex queries with ambiguities and misspellings. We show that the system provides custom local search with precision and recall figures that often exceed that of a commercial local search service. Further, we show that our system scales gracefully with the number of individual custom data sets being served simultaneously.
doi:10.1145/1653771.1653835 dblp:conf/gis/DathaJJS09 fatcat:6pp4cqdo5vdjpbyshpr33eyo3q

An interactive multimedia framework for digital heritage narratives

Neeharika Adabala, Naren Datha, Joseph Joy, Chinmay Kulkarni, Ajay Manchepalli, Aditya Sankar, Rebecca Walton
2010 Proceedings of the international conference on Multimedia - MM '10  
The cultural heritage of a region is conveyed by both tangible physical artifacts and intangible aspects in the form of stories, dance styles, rituals, etc. Hitherto, the task of creating digital representations for each of these aspects has been addressed in isolation, i.e. using specific media most suited to the artifact such as video, audio, three-dimensional (3D) models, scanning, etc. The challenge of bringing together these separate elements to create a coherent story, however, has
more » ... d unaddressed until recently. In this paper we present a unified digital framework that enables the integration of disparate representations of heritage elements into a holistic entity. Our approach results in a compelling and engaging narration that affords a unified user experience. Our solution supports both active (user-controlled explorations) and passive (watching pre-orchestrated narrations) user interactions. We demonstrate the capabilities of our framework through a qualitative user study based on two rich interactive narratives built using our framework: (1) history and folklore surrounding a temple in South India, and (2) a historical account of an educational institution also in South India.
doi:10.1145/1873951.1874240 dblp:conf/mm/AdabalaDJKMSW10 fatcat:fqqtvkaxbrbrfj75nxmemy444i

Online learning versus blended learning

Andrew Cross, Sriram Rajamani, Satish Sangameswaran, Deepika Sharma, William Thies, B. Ashok, Srinath Bala, Edward Cutrell, Naren Datha, Rahul Kumar, Viraj Kumar, Madhusudan Parthasarathy (+1 others)
2014 Proceedings of the first ACM conference on Learning @ scale conference - L@S '14  
Due to the recent emergence of massive open online courses (MOOCs), students and teachers are gaining unprecedented access to high-quality educational content. However, many questions remain on how best to utilize that content in a classroom environment. In this small-scale, exploratory study, we compared two ways of using a recorded video lecture. In the online learning condition, students viewed the video on a personal computer, and also viewed a follow-up tutorial (a quiz review) on the
more » ... ter. In the blended learning condition, students viewed the video as a group in a classroom, and received the follow-up tutorial from a live lecturer. We randomly assigned 102 students to these conditions, and assessed learning outcomes via a series of quizzes. While we saw significant learning gains after each session conducted, we did not observe any significant differences between the online and blended learning groups. We discuss these findings as well as areas for future work.
doi:10.1145/2556325.2567869 dblp:conf/lats/CrossABCDKKMPRSST14 fatcat:4pmgicq5lfcqhk4rj2seropo6u

WikiBABEL

A. Kumaran, K Saravanan, Naren Datha, B. Ashok, Vikram Dendi
2009 Proceedings of the ACL-IJCNLP 2009 Software Demonstrations on - ACL-IJCNLP '09   unpublished
In this demo, we present a wiki-style platform -WikiBABELthat enables easy collaborative creation of multilingual content in many non-English Wikipedias, by leveraging the relatively larger and more stable content in the English Wikipedia. The platform provides an intuitive user interface that maintains the user focus on the multilingual Wikipedia content creation, by engaging search tools for easy discoverability of related English source material, and a set of linguistic and collaborative
more » ... s to make the content translation simple. We present two different usage scenarios and discuss our experience in testing them with real users. Such integrated content creation platform in Wikipedia may yield as a by-product, parallel corpora that are critical for research in statistical machine translation systems in many languages of the world.
doi:10.3115/1667872.1667880 fatcat:uu22llnouncr5ncgeryao37p6e

Programming by Examples: PL Meets ML [chapter]

Sumit Gulwani, Prateek Jain
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Acknowledgments We thank Nagarajan Natarajan, Naren Datha, Danny Simmons, Abhishek Mohta, Alex Polozov, and Daniel Perelman for their participation in the ongoing unpublished work that we have described  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71237-6_1 fatcat:nou2fnkpt5elfj3ohaunnfmy7y