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Recent Trends in Artificial Intelligence-inspired Electronic Thermal Management [article]

Aviral Chharia, Nishi Mehta, Shivam Gupta, Shivam Prajapati
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Gupta3 *, Shivam Prajapati4 * 1 Mechanical Engineering Department, Thapar Institute  ...  Trends in Artificial Intelligence-inspired Electronic Thermal Management Aviral Chharia1(B) *, Nishi Mehta2 *, Shivam  ... 
arXiv:2112.14837v1 fatcat:w5jdrf55mnfb3iqfnrld3mqz4i

Guest editorial

Sandeep Kumar Gupta, Shivam Gupta, Uthayasankar Sivarajah
2020 Management of environmental quality  
Sandeep Kumar Gupta Department of Decision Sciences, Operations Management & Information Systems, School of Management and Entrepreneurship, Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida, India Shivam Gupta Department  ... 
doi:10.1108/meq-01-2021-290 fatcat:rw2obmxu4vhzvevlg2wriabpfe

Telemedicine Solution using Django

Shivam ., Ajay Kr. Dhiman, Shivam Gupta, Shashwat Rai, Swati Sharma
2020 International Journal of Engineering and Management Research  
The average person usually don't have much information about diseases related to symptoms they have and which doctor to visit for that disease. This causes a lot of wastage of time and money because they have to search doctor by doctor to get the right doctor and get an appointment with that doctor. Also not all doctors treat all diseases, this means just knowing your disease is not enough. Through this telemedicine solution we have tried to mitigate the inefficiency and delays in the system.
more » ... tients can get a basic idea of the possible disease they might have and a list of doctors suited to cure this disease is given as output to the patient. Then the patient can connect with doctors on a website.
doi:10.31033/ijemr.10.2.13 fatcat:di7xnuksxbalnij74hh7aymdv4

Slant H-Toeplitz Operators on the Hardy space [article]

Anuradha Gupta, Shivam Kumar Singh
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The notion of slant H-Toeplitz operator V_ϕ on the Hardy space H^2 is introduced and its characterizations are obtained. We have shown that an operator on the space H^2 is slant H-Toeplitz if and only if its matrix is a slant H-Toeplitz matrix. In addition the conditions under which slant Toeplitz and slant Hankel operators become slant H-Toeplitz operators are also obtained.
arXiv:1801.04209v1 fatcat:baagbydfxje5zgqsi4v4jbgnce

Sharp Constants in Uniformity Testing via the Huber Statistic [article]

Shivam Gupta, Eric Price
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Uniformity testing is one of the most well-studied problems in property testing, with many known test statistics, including ones based on counting collisions, singletons, and the empirical TV distance. It is known that the optimal sample complexity to distinguish the uniform distribution on m elements from any ϵ-far distribution with 1-δ probability is n = Θ(√(m log (1/δ))/ϵ^2 + log (1/δ)/ϵ^2), which is achieved by the empirical TV tester. Yet in simulation, these theoretical analyses are
more » ... ding: in many cases, they do not correctly rank order the performance of existing testers, even in an asymptotic regime of all parameters tending to 0 or ∞. We explain this discrepancy by studying the constant factors required by the algorithms. We show that the collisions tester achieves a sharp maximal constant in the number of standard deviations of separation between uniform and non-uniform inputs. We then introduce a new tester based on the Huber loss, and show that it not only matches this separation, but also has tails corresponding to a Gaussian with this separation. This leads to a sample complexity of (1 + o(1))√(m log (1/δ))/ϵ^2 in the regime where this term is dominant, unlike all other existing testers.
arXiv:2206.10722v1 fatcat:ylnb54vddbedngqawfqhkneiuq

Crack-pot: Autonomous Road Crack and Pothole Detection [article]

Sukhad Anand, Saksham Gupta, Vaibhav Darbari, Shivam Kohli
2018 arXiv   pre-print
With the advent of self-driving cars and autonomous robots, it is imperative to detect road impairments like cracks and potholes and to perform necessary evading maneuvers to ensure fluid journey for on-board passengers or equipment. We propose a fully autonomous robust real-time road crack and pothole detection algorithm which can be deployed on any GPU based conventional processing boards with an associated camera. The approach is based on a deep neural net architecture which detects cracks
more » ... d potholes using texture and spatial features. We also propose pre-processing methods which ensure real-time performance. The novelty of the approach lies in using texture- based features to differentiate between crack surfaces and sound roads. The approach performs well in large viewpoint changes, background noise, shadows, and occlusion. The efficacy of the system is shown on standard road crack datasets.
arXiv:1810.05107v1 fatcat:z2h6ddpzovbvba34tfm4knngti


Shivam Dwivedi, Prof. Vikas Gupta
For the vehicle to move forward the engine has to be connected to driving wheels so as to propel the vehicle. The engine rotates at relatively high speeds, while the wheels are required to turn at slower speeds. The torque requirements of the vehicle vary as per the prevailing conditions of load, terrain etc. Gear box provides different gear ratios between the engine and the driving wheels, to suit the varying road conditions such as when climbing hills, traversing rough road or sandy road or
more » ... lling a load. The required gear shift for providing varying torque requirements can be obtained either manually or automatically. Automatic gear shifting mechanism is a concept implementing an embedded control system for actuating the gears automatically without human intervention. The automation is achieved by using a microcontroller and suitable sensor and actuator hardware. Whenever the speed of the vehicle increases or decreases beyond a pre-defined set of values, the microcontroller based control system actuates the clutch as well as the gear and helps maintain a steady operation of the automobile.
doi:10.24113/ijoscience.v4i5.139 fatcat:hbuauitgn5dhzaykoevxdef5ha


Shivam Dwivedi, Prof. Vikas Gupta
Vikas Gupta Assistant Professor Bansal College of Engineering brain system sends quick alert message to our hand as compared to our legs.  ...  Steering System System construction During driving our bodies 1.6% energy is used by our hands and 0.5% energy is used by our legs and according to the study of human tendency we get to know that our Shivam  ... 
doi:10.24113/ijoscience.v4i5.140 fatcat:mixqcm6w2jccpgl46g5qohqcqu

Temporal precision of molecular events with regulation and feedback [article]

Shivam Gupta, Sean Fancher, Hendrik C. Korswagen, Andrew Mugler
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Cellular behaviors such as migration, division, and differentiation rely on precise timing, and yet the molecular events that govern these behaviors are highly stochastic. We investigate regulatory strategies that decrease the timing noise of molecular events. Autoregulatory feedback increases noise. Yet, we find that in the presence of regulation by a second species, autoregulatory feedback decreases noise. To explain this finding, we develop a method to calculate the optimal regulation
more » ... n that minimizes the timing noise. The method reveals that the combination of feedback and regulation minimizes noise by maximizing the number of molecular events that must happen in sequence before a threshold is crossed. We compute the optimal timing precision for all two-node networks with regulation and feedback, derive a generic lower bound on timing noise, and discuss our results in the context of neuroblast migration during Caenorhabditis elegans development.
arXiv:1910.05413v1 fatcat:3kjyuh45wndczpyvtyyeg4w3na

Chef Alerting System using Wireless Zigbee Technology

Sheifali Gupta, Shivam Gupta, Sourav Garg, Nitin Goyal, Sukhbeer Singh
2014 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
This paper elucidates the concept and development of Zigbee technology which is IEEE standard 802.15.4 in dish ordering systems in hotels. This paper has shown the concept of an automatic self ordering system directly given to the chefs by the customer. The real time ordered data is send wirelessly using Zigbee technology. Chef can get the information simply on a display screen regarding dish name to be prepare and on which table it is ordered. Keywords Zigbee technology, chef Alerting System,
more » ... dvancements in hotel management, technology solutions for reducing service cycle timings in hotels, improving hotel management at low cost, wireless transmission using Zigbee, technology transfer in hotels
doi:10.5120/ijais14-451072 fatcat:kwzuj4rzxbfubpzg4lowtzkm7u

Study of Laminar Flow between Parallel Plates via Gupta Integral Transform

Rohit Gupta, Shivam Sharma
2022 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Index Terms: Laminar flow; Gupta integral transform; Parallel plates; Shear and Velocity distributions; viscous fluid.  ...  This paper illustrates the application of Gupta integral transform for studying the unidirectional Laminar Flow between parallel plates directly without finding the general solution of a differential equation  ...  Gupta Transform of derivatives Let g(y) is continuous function and is piecewise continuous on any interval, then the Gupta Transform [8] [9] [10] of first derivative of g(y) i.e.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2022.43711 fatcat:4y7sxuihe5c4zmeyac27vgcsbq

Sensitivity to perturbations of a cell migration under temporal regulation [article]

Marie-Anne Felix, Clément Dubois, Shivam Gupta, Andrew Mugler
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
Few studies have measured the robustness to perturbations of the final position of a long-range migrating cell. In the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, the QR neuroblast migrates anteriorly in the young larva, while undergoing three rounds of division. The daughters of stop their migration at an anterior body position and acquire a neuronal fate. Previous studies showed that the migration stops upon expression of the Wnt receptor MIG-1, which surprisingly is not induced by positional cues
more » ... but by a timing mechanism (Mentink et al. 2014). Given this temporal regulation, we wondered 1) how precise QR.pax positioning is when confronted with various challenges, such as stochastic noise, environment or body size variation and 2) whether QR.pax position varies among C. elegans wild isolates. We find that the variance of QR.pax final position is similar to that of other long-range migrating neurons. Its mean position undergoes a slight posterior shift at higher temperature, while its variance is greatly increased following sustained starvation at hatching. We manipulated body size using mutants and tetraploid animals. As expected from the temporal mechanism, smaller mutants display anteriorly shifted QR.pax cells, while longer mutants and tetraploids display posteriorly shifted QR.pax cells. Using a mathematical model, we show however that body size variation is partially compensated. We find that cell speed is indeed altered in body size mutants. Finally, we could detect highly significant variation among C. elegans wild isolates. Overall, this study reveals that the final cell position of QR.pax shows some degree of sensitivity to external perturbations and natural genetic variation.
doi:10.1101/2020.07.21.213710 fatcat:wkgwoohuzvcuxiq5b4hb3b7v2a

Outlier-Robust Sparse Estimation via Non-Convex Optimization [article]

Yu Cheng, Ilias Diakonikolas, Daniel M. Kane, Rong Ge, Shivam Gupta, Mahdi Soltanolkotabi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We explore the connection between outlier-robust high-dimensional statistics and non-convex optimization in the presence of sparsity constraints, with a focus on the fundamental tasks of robust sparse mean estimation and robust sparse PCA. We develop novel and simple optimization formulations for these problems such that any approximate stationary point of the associated optimization problem yields a near-optimal solution for the underlying robust estimation task. As a corollary, we obtain that
more » ... any first-order method that efficiently converges to stationarity yields an efficient algorithm for these tasks. The obtained algorithms are simple, practical, and succeed under broader distributional assumptions compared to prior work.
arXiv:2109.11515v1 fatcat:zpa3gn6hzzcbdmtnoc5jjrxjde

Dewetting of Thin Lubricating Films Underneath Aqueous Drops on Slippery Surfaces [article]

Bidisha Bhatt, Shivam Gupta, Meenaxi Sharma, Krishnacharya Khare
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Stability of thin lubricating fluid coated slippery surfaces depends on the surface energy of the underlying solid surface. High energy solid surfaces, coated with thin lubricating oil, lead to the dewetting of the oil films upon depositing aqueous drops on it. The total surface energy, which is due to the long range and short range interactions, also predict the instability of thin lubricating films under the given condition. In this article, we present experimental study of dewetting of thin
more » ... ubricating oil films sandwiched between hydrophilic solid surface and aqueous drops. Fluorescence imaging of lubricant film and wetting behavior of aqueous drops are used for the analysis. We find that the dewetting dynamics and the final pattern depend strongly on the thickness of the lubricating oil film.
arXiv:2104.09921v1 fatcat:f5cpfhlsmzholdtdjeawhmc33y

Epidemiology and Risk Factors of COVID-19-Related Mortality

Debarchan Barman Roy, Vandana Gupta, Shalini Tomar, Gaurav Gupta, Ashutosh Biswas, Piyush Ranjan, Upendra Baitha, Shivam Pandey, Bindoo Prakash, Naveet Wig
2021 Cureus  
Introduction During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in India, several characteristics of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, based on demographics, mortality predictors, and presence of comorbidities, were found to be associated with poor outcomes. The objective of this study was to identify such epidemiological and clinical characteristics among the patients admitted at a tertiary-care center in India that may have predisposed them to COVID-19-related mortality. Methods This
more » ... pective observational study conducted at the Department of Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, in May 2021 included 141 COVID-19 confirmed patients. The medical history, demographic characteristics, comorbidities, clinical findings, and laboratory data of each patient were obtained. The data were analyzed to identify significant clinical and laboratory parameters that led to the adverse final outcomes. Results Hypertension was the most common comorbidity and the presence of diabetes with hypertension led to poorer final outcomes. Lower oxygen saturation and requirement of oxygen supplementation at admission along with worse prognostic scores during admission led to poorer outcomes. Twenty-seven patients needed non-invasive ventilation (NIV) during the hospital course, and all ultimately landed up among the 56 patients who were managed on invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV). Multivariate logistic regression analysis performed identified COVID-19 severity at admission, co-existence of hypertension and diabetes mellitus, systolic blood pressure less than 90 mm Hg, and serum creatinine greater than 1.2 mg/dL to be associated with higher COVID-19 mortality. Conclusion COVID-19 patients having the co-existence of diabetes and hypertension constitute a high-risk group and may be targeted by prompt vaccination strategies. The presence of severe disease along with a need for oxygen therapy and other intensive care interventions ultimately led to unfavorable outcomes.
doi:10.7759/cureus.20072 pmid:34987936 pmcid:PMC8719433 fatcat:5xxglpbs3ngcjc62yvmntzptga
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