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2] Digibag Digivendor - To build a new music delivery and distribution platform called Digivendor enabling artists and record labels to sell digital music and media from any website across heterogeneous client devices
Languages: Flex, MXML, Flash, ActionScript 3.0, PHP, MySQL, Java ME| Project PDF
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3] OpenColl - A socially networked platform for computer supported collaborative work: (Fall '07) | Project WebPage
OpenColl is a new platform / architecture in the domain of computer supported collaborative work(CSCW). By blending the advances in CSCW with the key elements that have made stand-alone social networking portals attractive, OpenColl creates a self-organizing and actively adaptive system based for collaborating on various tasks such as academic / research projects by discovering like-minded people.
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4.a] COBMAF - A new CORBA based multi-agent framework: (Oct ’05) | Project WebPage
4.b] COBMAF-WEB - A new web-agents framework| Project WebPage
COBMAF is a new heterogeneous multi-agent system using CORBA. This framework offers programming interfaces, performatives and messaging primitives to application developers and also allows encapsulation of agents into CORBA application objects, share heterogeneous databases and locate
agents. Research under Mr.Anoop Srivastav from The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai. http://www.tifr.res.in
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5] ANNCRIPS - The Artificial Neural Networks for Cancer Research in Prediction & Survival: (March ’04) | Project WebPage
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men in age 50 or older, excluding skin cancer. The goal of our research paper and the parallel undertaking of its practical implementation is to develop a mathematical model to improve prostate cancer detection and staging systems and finally to present a deploy ready marketable solution based on the model which can be installed across various screening centers, hospitals and research organizations. Our software test runs have shown that highly accurate ANNs based on extending the MLP model can detect prostate cancer early.
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6] SHAKIRA (Feb '06): | Project WebPage
SHAKIRA is a project management information system (PMIS) created and installed at my undergraduate institution in Mumbai. It was built with the intention of seamlessly being able to integrate the final year project allotment system in my undergraduate institution (VESIT). It helped digitize my final year's project allotment system and to overcome considerable overhead.
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7] Folk.com (Aug '05): | Project WebPage
Folk.com is an online platform for people with shared interests who want to hook up with each other for a variety of interests inclusive of - 1. Communication (IM, Emails, SMS etc). 2. Experience Sharing (Blogs, Photo albums, etc) 3. Discovery of old contacts 4. Making new contacts 5. Relationship Management 6. News, Sports.(collaborative or competitive) 7. Cohort groups etc.
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8] SeRoNiKa Forums (July '05): | Project WebPage
The goal of this project was to develop a one to many chat application in order to build a Discussion Group online. The applet allows communication between one central server and multiple number of clients and also enables file transfer between the server and any of the clients which may supplement the discussion. Multiple computers can login and be a part of the conference at the same time.
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9] Stople.com (March '06): | Project WebPage
Stople.com is an innovative business model aimed to bring every merchant on the street (whether big or small) in the city of Mumbai online for free and thereby web-enable him with zero infrastructure setup at his end. The idea behind Stople.com is to bring even those small sized merchants on the street from whom you buy your daily grocery, stationary or other day-to-day goods but who aren't online as yet.
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10] Mobile Guide: (April '04): | Project WebPage
There are a number of everyday scenarios where providing on the move assistance to mobile and PDA users can be of tremendous help. With a mobile device and our proposal for mobile guide software the need for a real human guide becomes redundant since the user's mobile device itself now becomes a handy guide containing all the information he needs whether of a particular exhibit in a museum or of a new breed of agile monkeys in the park.
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11] J2ME Applications: (Jan '06): | Project WebPage
There are a number of everyday scenarios where providing on the move assistance to mobile and PDA users can be of tremendous help. With a mobile device and our proposal for mobile guide software the need for a real human guide becomes redundant since the user's mobile device itself now becomes a handy guide containing all the information he needs whether of a particular exhibit in a museum or of a new breed of agile monkeys in the park.
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12] SKAR-O-SCOPE: (March '06): | Project WebPage
This proposal aims at developing futuristic hi-tech hi-definition wearable glasses where the viewer can stream hi-quality media such as internet video directly to the plasma screen embedded in his glasses and can watch at the convenience of a wear. The glasses can also act as a simple eye-aid thereby serving multiple purposes at the same time.
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13] Contiki Chess: (Jan '08): | Project WebPage Contiki Chess is a port of my custom chess engine to the Contiki platform which is a small, open source, highly portable, multitasking computer operating system developed for use on a number of memory-constrained networked systems ranging from 8-bit computers to embedded systems on microcontrollers, including sensor network motes. The name Contiki comes from Thor Heyerdahl's famous Kon-Tiki raft. Despite providing multitasking and a built-in TCP/IP stack, Contiki only needs a few kilobytes of code and a few hundred bytes of RAM. A full system, complete with a graphical user interface, needs about 30 kilobytes of RAM. The basic kernel and most of the core functions were developed by Adam Dunkels at the Networked Embedded Systems group at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science.
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