Systems theory as an academic discipline : some reminiscences_81 MHRD QNC Prof HK Kesavan |

Academy plan for technical institute |

Towards understanding the origin of genetic languages |

Material aspects for nanotechnology |

Nanomaterials and nanocomputers: promises and challenges |

Entanglement of random subspaces |

Dissipationless charge and energy transfer – thermoelectricity in nanowires |

Modelling contextually dependent complexity |

An elementary overview of string theory |

Spin-to-photon qubit conversion with quantum dots in photonic structures: experimental achievements |

Communication in a quantum context: what would Shannon do? |

Nanomachines: from atomic lattice gears to cystic fibrosis |

Coherent optical control of semiconductor quantum dots |

Quantum computational intelligence - a perspective |

Evolutionary computing for practical optimization |

Introduction to quantum and nano computing |

An integrated approach to computational intelligence |

Building blocks of nanodevices: nanoparticles, nanorods and core-shell nanostructures |

Nanoscale quantum systems |

An overview of string theory |

Prospects for quantum computing |

On the communication complexity of certain hypergraph vertex-colouring games |

New quantum control techniques from quantum computation |

Need for and scope of an integrated transport policy of India |

The physical underpinning of security proofs for quantum key distribution |

Information is quantum |

Noisy phase gates in geometric computation |

Probability distributions for characterising entanglement of mixed states |

The power of coherence |

Graph theoretic quantum field modelling for quantum information/computation circuits and algorithms |

Magnetism - fundamentals, opportunities and challenges in nano scale |

Stochasticity and nonlinearity in modelling of social systems |

Quantum information systems |

Quantum-inspired evolutionary algorithms for search and optimization |

Convergence of bio-nano-information technologies: opportunities for engineers |

Multi-scale technologies for the integration of room temperature quantum electronics |

An invitation to quantum coding theorems_7 Prof KR Parthasarthy |

Transmuting nanostructures for nanocomputing technologies_5 Prof G Ramanath |

Quantum aspects of biological processes_48 Prof Apoorva Patel |

High-performance computing –where can quantum computing have an impact?_46 Prof Wolfgang Bauer |

Many-body correlations as measures of quantum entanglement and density matrix methods_57 |

Probing the quantum levels of individual semiconductor dopants_37 Dr Stuart Tessmer |

Fuzzy rule based systems: applications, design issues, solutions, and open problem |

Quantum information processing with excitons and spins in semiconductor quantum dots_53 Carlo P |

System of systems engineering : innovations and challenges for the 21st century_80 Prof Mo Jamshidi |

Molecular spintronic devices_14 Prof Ravindra Pandey |

Simultaneous effect of control ‘knobs’ for experimental quantum computing_55 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

Publicity, privacy and permanence of information_66 Dr Charles Bennett |

Implementation of quantum games by NMR |

Hacking the universe_68 Prof Seth Lloyd |

How advances in science are made_44 Prof Douglas Osheroff |

Soft computing adaptations in system analysis and design_11 Prof Prabhat Hajela |

Chaos-nonlinearity-complexity: the dialectic holism of nature_24 Dr Ashok Sengupta |

Size-selected rare earth and palladium nanoparticles for hydrogen _51 Prof B R Mehta |

Coherence, correlation and entanglement _69 Prof Warren S Warren |

Josephson qubits with controllable couplings_70 Dr Jaw Shen Tsai |

Shedding a little light on the vision of quantum computing_4 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

The hidden cost of computing with mixed states_3 Dr Arvind |

Avoided crossings, superpositions, and entanglement_49 Dr Arul Lakshminarayan |

Single photon detection by the eye_38 Prof Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan |

Quantum algorithms_8 Dr Lov Grover |

How difficult is this classification task?_12 Dr Ravi Kothari |

Studies on metallo-dielectric nanostructures_29 Dr Achanta Venu Gopal |

The role of generalized information theory in systems science_75 Prof George Klir |

Ultrafast lasers and quantum computing_71 Prof Neil Gershenfeld |

Control of correlations and entanglement in a three photon system_35 Dr V Ravishankar |

Quantum state discrimination with continuous variables_62 Dr Stefano Pirandola |

Nanoassembly with quantum computing goals_26 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

Efficient algorithms for hard combinatorial problems in hypergraphs_40 Dr Anand Srivastav |

Quantum relative-entropy and quantum entropy_58 Prof Naresh Sharma |

Spectral interferometry, photonic crystals and nano-materials for ultrafast switching_54 Prof DN Rao |

Machine intelligence, moore’s law & nanotechnology_34 Prof Suash Deb |

Applied systems research for better worldliness_72 Prof PS Satsangi |

No-deleting and no-hiding theorems in quantum information_31 Prof Arun K Pati |

Systems (paritantra) for better world order_73 Prof Jack Ellis |

Evolution of silicon nanoelectronics and its impact on future computing_39 Prof M Jagadesh Kumar |

Some reflections on the development of systems theory _74 |

Quantum random walks and spatial search_30 Prof Apoorva Patel |

Optical bio-molecular computing with photochromic proteins_63 Dr Sukhdev Roy |

Entanglement sudden death in bipartite quantum systems under local heat bath dynamics_61 |

Quantum information systems_65 Dr Vishal Sahni |

The looming world shortage of helium_82 Prof Robert C Richardson |

The graph-theoretical field model_83 Prof Gordon Savage |

VLSI technologies (SCI-HIGH 2013)_214 Dr CM Markan |

An event control approach to understanding_190 |

The higher-order thought (HOT) theory of consciousness_196 Prof Rocco J Gennaro |

Microtubules: a quantum information processing perspective_116 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava |

How automobiles work_205 Mr Arsh Dhir |

Cosmology of consciousness_106 Prof P S Satsangi |

Macroscopic quantum processes and consciousness_199 Prof Subhash Kak |

In search of quantum search algorithms_101 Dr Tathagat Tulsi |

Computer science : past, present and future_138 Prof C Patvardhan |

Scientific instrumentation_217 Prof Soami Piara |

Chaos and order in the universe_201 Prof Vahe Gurzadyan |

Dynamic brain states and consciousness_183 Prof Anthony Hudetz |

Physics of graphene devices_88 Prof Ajay Sood |

Controllable quantum gates in a coupled-cavity system_162 Prof Deepak Kumar |

Coherent epr states, causal quantum mechanics and joint measurements_128 Prof SM Roy |

Setting the agenda for a science of information_180 Prof A K Mukhopadhyay |

Computer vision_136 Prof P K Kalra |

Graph theoretic quantum system modelling for neuronal microtubules_157 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava |

Semiconductor nanocrystals: optical properties and applications_98 Dr Sameer Sapra |

The wave-function of the universe_125 Dr Latham Boyle |

Dimensionality reduction using neural networks_156 Prof Nikhil Pal |

Control of quantum interferences_168 Dr Utpal Roy |

Quantum mechanics, gravity and string theory_171 Dr Shiroman Prakash |

Making light work: from photon to photonics_215 Prof Sukhdev Roy |

Ten fundamentals of a single brain microtubule_181 Prof Anirban Bandyopadhyay |

Pure and mixed bipartite entangled states and their schmidt ranks_114 Prof KR Parthasarathy |

Nanotechnology and nanocomputing_140 Dr Vishal Sahni |

Severe plastic deformation: pushing the limits of strength_172 Dr Rahul Sharma |

Development and evolution of brain function_121 Dr CM Markan |

From self-organization to “swarm” intelligence_154 Prof James Tabony |

Quantum-inspired evolutionary algorithms for optimization_122 Prof C Patvardhan |

Magnetic nanostructures at rf frequencies and computing applications_96 Dr Manish Sharma |

Relations between physics and combinatorial optimization problems_84 Prof Phillip Duxbury |

Design optimization and analysis under uncertainty_119 Mr Apurva Narayan |

Internet technologies_144 Prof Gursaran |

Quantum information systems_103 Dr Vishal Sahni |

Objects, boundaries and identity_184 Dr Chris Fields |

Is consciousness the unified field?_187 Prof John Hagelin |

Neuronal model with distributed delay and isi distribution_163 Prof Karmeshu |

Questions for consciousness research_185 Prof Jack Ellis |

Monogamy of quantum discord_159 Prof Arun Kumar Pati |

Quantum computing and quantum simulations_120 Prof Carl Williams |

Internet and multimedia technologies_212 Prof Gursaran |

Quantum fields, duality and string theory_129 Mr Shiroman Prakash |

Computer science : past, present and future_207 Prof C Patvardhan |

Application of graph theoretic quantum system modelling to complex systems_132 Dr Vishal Sahni |

Weak measurement, joint weak value and quantum metrology_165 Prof P K Panigrahi |

Quantum information systems and their graph theoretic system modelling_173 Dr Vishal Sahni |

Green chemistry_211 Dr Pushpa Sahni |

Periodic nanostructures for plasmonic and photonic applications_86 Dr Achanta Venugopal |

The power of quantum discord_110 Prof Vlatko Vedral |

The emergence of nano / micro engineered devices_155 Prof John Yeow |

Workshop : the self in science and indian monistic schools_179 Prof Menas Kafatos |

Quantum neural networks and the problem of consciousness_108 Prof Elizabeth Behrman |

Equal channel angular pressing for grain refinement_126 Dr RS Sharma |

Silicon nanowire optical waveguides (snow)_104 Dr Simarjeet Saini |

Quantum information viewed by a theoretical physicist_152 Prof Lajos Diosi |

Human physiology and aspects of medical science_216 Dr Vijai Kumar |

Computer networks_204 Prof Huzur Saran |

Quantum information processing by nmr_89 Prof Anil Kumar |

Does the quantum theory make room for the causal powers of consciousness?_192 Prof Paavo Pylkkanen |

Why ‘she’ is ‘me’?_197 Prof Sangeetha Menon |

Slow and negative group-velocity light using electromagnetically_127 Prof R Ghosh |

Separability of bipartite qutrit systems_131 Prof V Ravi Shankar |

Green energy : solar photovoltaic systems_141 Dr D Bhagwan Das |

Green energy : solar thermal power_210 Prof AK Saxena |

What do we know about microtubules_186 Prof Jack Tuszynski |

Grid computing_91 Dr B S Jagadeesh |

History and perspective on quantum cryptography?_111 Prof Gilles Brassard |

Nuclear power_219 Mr RC Sinha |

Workshop : healing, transformation and higher consciousness_178 Dr Deepak Chopra |

The dynamics of consciousness_195 Prof Peter Walling |

Evolution of computing paradigms – issues and challenges_160 Prof B S Jagadeesh |

Earth sciences_206 Prof Anand Mohan |

Classical simulation of quantum computations illustrated by clifford circuits_112 Prof Richard Jozsa |

Quantum computing: algorithmic and software issues_117 Prof AK Tripathi |

Introduction to computer networking_137 Prof Huzur Saran |

Molecular models of information processing, memory encoding _107 Prof Jack Tuszynski |

Frontiers and opportunities and in biological sciences_145 Prof S S Bhojwani |

The neural correlates of conscious awareness revealed _198 Prof Steven Laureys |

Quantum and quantum-inspired evolutionary_94 Prof C Patvardhan |

Workshop : consciousness in the universe – review of the ‘orch or’ theory_176 Prof Stuart Hameroff |

Nanotechnology and nanocomputing_208 Dr Vishal Sahni |

Quantum devices using group-iv semiconductor nanostructures_166 Prof Samit Ray |

Quantum communication: symmetry, security, and some tricks_118 Prof Anirban Pathak |

Probing charge dynamics in nanopatterned quantum dot arrays_170 Ms Nirat Ray |

Nanoscale sensor, resistive memory and solar cell devices_93 Prof B R Mehta |

Quantum paradoxes, causal quantum mechanics and experimental tests_99 Prof S M Roy |

Towards inventing the last machine of mankind_113 Prof Anirban Bandyopadhyay |

Quantum superposition structures: a key to quantum metrology_169 Dr Suranjana Ghosh |

What is quantum computing?_202 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava |

Multimedia technologies_139 Dr Saneep Paul |

Opportunities and frontiers in life sciences_{213 Prof Prem Kumar Dantu |

Man cannot bear too much reality” (t.s. Eliot)_182 Prof Anna Horatschek |

What is quantum computing?_135 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava |

Quantum information processing with few optical cycles pulses_161 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

Consciousness and the model of the person indian psychology_188 Prof K Ramakrishna Rao |

Plenary talk_133 Prof BS Sonde |

Basics of chemical instrumentation_149 Prof Soami Piara |

Problems seeking a laser_102 Prof Wendell Hill |

Green energy : solar power_209 Prof D Bhagwan Das |

Plasmonic crystals for controlling the plasmon dynamics_158 Prof Achanta Venugopal |

Quantum processing through a manifold of dark states_124 Prof Deepak Kumar |

Making light work: from photon to photonics_147 Dr Sukhdev Roy |

VLSI technologies (SCI-HIGH 2012)_146 Dr C M Markan |

Graph theoretic quantum_85 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava |

Quantum computing approaches via femtosecond spatiotemporal control_95 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

Computer vision_203 Prof PK Kalra |

Computational complexity of the quantum circuit model_105 Dr Debajyoti Bera |

Are microtubules topological quantum computers? _109 Prof Stuart Hameroff |

Noiseless quantum tracking and quantum tomography_167 Prof S M Roy |

Valedictory talk_134 Mr RP Agrawal |

Introduction to string theory_100 Mr Shiroman Prakash |

Consciousness_194 Prof Peter Roe |

Quantum superconducting circuits_87 Dr Adrian Lupascu |

Severe plastic deformation processing_97 Dr Rahul Swarup Sharma |

Green chemistry : need, concept and principles_143 Dr Pushpa Sahni |

Solar thermal energy_142 Prof A K Saxena |

Strategic opportunities in systems engineering_115 Prof Keith Hipel |

Medical science and physiology_148 Dr Vijai Kumar |

Secrecy, free will and malicious manipulators_153 Prof Artur Ekert |

Comparing and contrasting the effect of mutually exclusive_123 Prof Debabrata Goswami |

A physical basis for a nanoneuroscience of memory and consciousness_200 Dr Travis Craddock |

Quantum models of cognition_193 Prof Peter Bruza |

Neuro-environmental cognitive spiritual phenomenology_151 Prof P S Satsangi |

The mystery of the self_189 Prof Menas Kafatos |

Quantum information techniques in many-body systems_164 Prof Ujjwal Sen |

Towards integrating arts and science_174 Prof P S Satsangi |

Eastern philosophy forum : higher states_177 Prof John Hagelin |

Low-power nano-bio-photonic computing with photochromic_130 Dr Sukhdev Roy |

Easy and effective use of interactive virtual simulations_150 Dr Rahul Swarup Sharma |

Inner experience and neuroscience: merging both perspectives_175 Prof James Barrell |

Virtual labs_218 Dr RS Sharma |

Quantum computing: some issues_90 Prof A K Tripathi |

Digital image processing fundamentals: introduction |

Image segmentation |

Morphological image processing: fundamentals |

Image fundamentals: sample demo_practical |

Image compression |

Data Ware Housing Data Model |

Clustering |

DM Intro |

Mining Real world data |

Frequent Pattern Mining |

Data Preprocessing |

Expression Trees and Code Generation_eval_2 |

Number systems_3 |

Classification |

Data structures and algorithms_introduction_1 |

Pathfinder_4 |

VTS 01 1 |

VTS 01 2 |

CW Radar |

Fundamentals of Radar |

MTI and pulsed doppler radar |

Navigational aids |

overview1 |

overview2 |

Phased Array Radars |

Radar Equations |

Radar Overview |

Radar Transmitter and Reciver |

Tracking Radar |

Traking radar |

Assembly lines |

Automated Guided Vehicles |

Automated Storage and Retrieval System |

Automation |

CNC machines |

Computer Aided Process Planning |

Computer Integrated Manufacturing |

Flexible manufacturing systems |

Group technology |

Overview of manufacturing systems |

Busines Intelligence Role of Data Warehousing in BI |

Data pre processing – 1 Summarization and Cleaning Methods |

Data Preprocessing 2 |

Data Warehouse Fundamentals |

Data Warehouse Implementation and architectural Options Part I |

Principles of dimensional modeling - concepts |

Dimensional Modeling 1 |

Dimensional modeling 2 |

Dimensional Modeling 11 |

Data warehouse implementation and architectural options: part-2 |

ETL |

OLAP 2 |

OLAP System |

OLAP |

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Technology of metal forming_1_D |

Technology of metal forming-1 |

Technology of metal forming_tmf 01_2 |

Technology of metal forming_tmf 01 old_2 |

Technology of metal forming_MMF - lecture 2_mmf 02_ |

Technology of metal forming_mmf 03_4 |

Volume constancy equation, work done in streaching bar (MMF) -tutorial 7_mmf 07_8 |

Representation of tensor and related issues and based problems_mmf 08_lecture 8_9 |

Technology of metal forming_1_C |

Representation of tensor and related issues and based problems - mmf 08 ict_lecture 8_9 |

State of stresses and based problems - part - 1 (MMF) - mmf 09_lecture 9_10 |

State of stresses and based problems - part - 1 (MMF) - mmf 09 ict_lecture 9_10 |

State of stresses and based problems - (MMF) -mmf 10_ lecture 10_11 |

State of stresses (MMF) -mmf 11_ tutorial 11_12 |

mmf 12_State of strains related issues and problems (MMF) lecture 12_13 |

Slip lines theory (MMF) - lecture 21_mmf 21_22 |

Slip lines theory (MMF) - lecture 22_mmf 22_23 |

Slip lines theory and example (MMF) - lecture 23_mmf 23_24 |

Stress-strain relationship (MMF) - lecture 13_mmf 13_14 |

Yield criterion and related issues and problems (MMF) - lecture 14_mmf 14_15 |

Yield criterion and related issues and based problems (MMF) - lecture 15_mmf 15_16 |

Plastic instability in metal forming (MMF) - lecture 18_mmf 18_19 |

Plastic instability in metal forming (MMF) - lecture 19_mmf 19_20 |

Limit analysis- application of upper bound theorem (MMF) - lecture 28_mmf 28_29 |

Modelling and simulation techniques in metal forming processes (MMF) - lecture 20_mmf 20_21 |

Limit analysis- application (MMF) - lecture 26_mmf 26_27 |

Limit analysis- principle of virtual and maximum plastic work - lecture 25_mmf 25_26 |

Limit analysis-application of upper bound theorem (MMF) - lecture 27_mmf 27_28 |

Upper bound method examples 3D (MMF) - lecture 29_mmf 29_30 |

Limit analysis: principle of virtual...(MMF) - lecture 25_mmf 24_25 |

Upper bound method examples 3D (MMF) - lecture 30_mmf 30_31 |

Upper bound method examples 3D - re-entry shape (MMF) - lecture 31_mmf 31_32 |

Finite element method for metal forming- the concept (MMF) - lecture 32_mmf 32_33 |

Finite element method for metal forming-the concept (MMF) - lecture 33_mmf 33_34 |

Finite element method for metal forming- the concept (MMF) - lecture 34_mmf 34_35 |

Finite element method for metal forming-examples (MMF) - lecture 35_mmf 35_36 |

Finite element method for metal forming- examples (MMF) - lecture 36_mmf 36_37 |

Finite element method for metal forming-examples 2D (MMF) - lecture 38_mmf 38_39 |

Finite element method for metal forming-examples 3D (MMF) - lecture 39_mmf 39_40 |

Strain rate, degree of deformation, FLD (TMF ) - lecture 2tmf 02_42 |

Extrusion processes, extrusion dies, (TMF) - lecture 10_tmf 10_50 |

Finite element method for metal forming- examples 3D (MMF) - lecture 40_mmf 40_41 |

Cold, warm and hot working (TMF) - lecture 3_tmf 03_43 |

Type of forging process and products, historical backgrounds and others (TMF) - 2_tmf 04_44 |

Forging defects and die design (TMF) - lecture 6_tmf 06_46 |

Forge ability, hammers and presses for forging (TMF) - lecture 7_tmf 07_47 |

Hammers and presses for forging, dies and..(TMF) - lecture 8_tmf 08_48 |

Analysis of stresses and loads, die design issues (TMF) - lecture 5_tmf 05_45 |

Extrusion types (TMF) - lecture 9_tmf 09_49 |

Rolling of metals, types, analysis, defects, rolling mills (TMF) - lecture 10_tmf 11_51 |

Mechanics of rolling and and related issues (TMF) - lecture 13 |

High velocity forming (TMF) - lecture 21 |

Power metallurgy - II (TMF) - lecture 20 |

Power metallurgy - I (TMF) - lecture 19 |

Friction and lubrication in metal forming - lecture 18 |

Sheet forming, bending and streach forming, expositive forming (TMF) - lecture 16 |

The drawing process, drawing practice(TMF) - lecture14_tmf 14_54 |

Deep drawing, redrawing, design FLD (TMF) - lecture 17 |

Stresses in the Neck of a flat plate in tension,_7 |

Flow curve, flow stress and average FS with strain rate and temperature MMF lecture 5 mmf 05_6 |

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Web Technology : Introduction (CS) |

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Types of Learning - II (CS) |

Probability (CS) |

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Decision Tree Algorithm ID3 |

Classification and Regression Trees -I |

Decision Trees (CS) |

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Linear Algebra(CS) |

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Machine Learning Introduction (CS) |

Support Vector Machines-II |

Neural Networks – I |

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Genetic Algorithms - l |

Genetic Algorithms - II |

Database Management System : Introduction(CS) |

Introduction (CS) |

Database System Architecture |

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Data Manipulation Transparencies |

db mod7 Q2 |

Data Manipulation Transparencies |

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Data Warehouse |

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Design and Analysis of Algorithms : Introduction (CS) |

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Closet Pair and Convex Hull Problems(CS) |

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Rate of Growth and Asymptotic Analysis (CS) |

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Transform and Conquer Design Paradigm |

More Transform and Conquer Problems |

More Transform and Conquer Problems |

Multiplication of long integers and strassen matrix multiplication (CS) |

Closest pair and convex hull problems using divide and conquer (CS) |

More decrease & conquer algorithms (CS) |

Greedy algorithms |

More Greedy algorithms |

Minimum spanning trees |

Optimal Merge and Shortest Path Algorithm (CS) |

Introduction to Dynamic Programming(CS) |

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Introduction-1 (CS) |

Introduction-2 (CS) |

Lexical Phase-ε-NFA to DFA |

Lexical phase-RE to ε-NFA |

Compiler Design: Introduction |

LEADING, TRAILING and Operator Precedence Table |

PARSING ACTION OF OPERATOR PRECEDENCE PARSER AND PRECEDENCE FUNCTION |

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Multiple Issue Processors I |

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Fixed Point Arithmetic-Unit I (CS) |

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Execution of Complete Instruction: Datapath Implementation (CS) |

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Pipeline Hazards (CS) |

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Exception handling and floating point pipelines (CS) |

Advanced concepts of ILP - dynamic scheduling (CS) |

Dynamic Scheduling Example (CS) |

Dynamic Scheduling -Loop Based Example (CS) |

Dyanamic Scheduling With Speculation (CS) |

Exploiting ILP with Software Approaches I (CS) |

Midpoint Circle Drawing Procedure |

Bresenhams Line Drawing Procedure |

DDA Line Drawing Procedure |

Computer Graphics and Visualization: Introduction |

Other 2D Transformations |

2D Viewing |

3D Object Representations (B-Splines, sweep, CSG, Fractals) |

3D Transformations |

Visualization Definition and History of Visualization |

Types of Visualization and Design Principles of Visualization |

Basic 2D Transformations |

Composite 2D transformations (CS) |

CN Lecture 13 |

TCP – Wrapup |

TCP- Tahoe, Reno, Vegas |

TCP- Retransmission & congestion control |

CNLecture 8 |

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HTTP Part 2 SMTP |

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Transport - UDP (CS) |

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Big data approach to analytics and web-the actual big data |

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Applications of Stacks - I (CS) |

CD Mod1 Q2 |

Evolution of analytical scalability (CS) |

Priority queue and applications (CS) |

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Hashing and Collisions |

Tree ADT -I |

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Red Black Trees -I |

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ds mod26 Q2 |

Instruction set |

8051 Architecture |

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Programming parallel ports |

Programming Timers |

Process Concepts |

Communication in Client-Server Systems, Threads |

inter process communication |

Serial Port Communication |

Serial Port Programming in Assembly (CS) |

Roccio Text Classification |

Introduction to Abstract Data Types |

List and List ADT Types |

Array Implementation of List ADT |

Linked List Implementation of List ADT |

Application of Stack II |

Queue ADT |

Implementation of Queue ADT |

Dictionary ADT |

Hashing and Hashing Functions |

Components of OS |

System Calls and OS Structures |

CC Mod5 Q2 Video |

Communication in Distributed Computing I |

Introduction to Distributed Systems |

CC mod4 Q2 Audio and Video |

Cloud Characteristics |

Utility Computing |

Cloud Computing:Introduction |

20140224 CO009 SP001 RF Integrated Circuits 1920 1080 |

ES Unit 4 Module7 Combinational logic design |

ES Unit 9 Module15 FPGA Devices Class room Video Part 2 |

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Memory Mapped Animation |

OS Unit 7 Storage Management |

OS Unit 6 Memory Management |

Video3 GraphTheoryBasics ShortestPath |

Social Network Basics2 Part2 |

Video1 Basics of Graph Theory BFS and DFS |

Video1 Social Networking Centrility Measurevideo3 and video4 |

Video3 Community Detection Using Hierarchical Clustering Part 2 |

Unit14 Video1 Introduction1 |

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Evolution of Analytical Processes |

Analytics – How it must be? |

Overview of 8051-Microcontroller (CS) |

Challenges in Embedded System (CS) |

Microcontrollers and Embedded Processors (CS) |

Introduction to Computing (CS) |

Visualization of Tabular Data |

Interrupt Handling (CS) |

Interrupt Handling and Assembly Programming(CS) |

Introduction to VLSI |

Schematic diagram and layout of And Or Invert (AOI) gate |

Layout of Or And Invert (OAI) gate in magic |

Layout of And Or Invert (AOI) gate in magic |

Layout of two input XNOR gate in magic |

Layout of transmission gate in magic |

Schematic diagram and layout of transmission gate |

Layout of two input NAND gate in magic |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input NAND gate |

Layout of a two input and gate in magic |

Layout of CMOS inverter in magic |

Layout of three input NOR gate in magic |

Layout of two input XOR gate in magic |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input and gate |

Layout of a two input OR gate in magic |

Layout of two input NOR gate in magic |

Schematic diagram and layout of CMOS buffer |

Schematic diagram and layout of three input NOR gate |

Schematic diagram and layout of 2:1 multiplexer |

Schematic diagram and layout of CMOS latch |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input XNOR gate |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input XOR gate |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input NOR gate |

Schematic diagram and layout of two input OR gate |

Schematic diagram and layout of CMOS inverter |

Commands in magic |

Installation of ubuntu and magic |

Installation of Ubuntu |

Layout of A 2:1 multiplexer in magic |

Schematic diagram and layout of half adder |

Schematic diagram and layout of half subtractor |

Layout of half adder in magic |

Introduction to Networking and Socket API |

The Servlet Life Cycle |

Cryptography |

Hill Cipher |

Polyalphabetic Ciphers |

Problems with GSP and introduction to Plan Space Planning (IT) |

Game Playing Algorithms (IT) |

Prerequisites to MiniMax and other algorithms (IT) |

MiniMax algorithm (IT) |

Alpha Beta cutoffs (IT) |

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Propositional and Predicate logic (IT) |

Using Predicate logic (IT) |

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Knowledge representation using NMRS and Probability (IT) |

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Stronger knowledge representation methods: Conceptual Dependency (IT) |

Formatted Input-Output Operations in C++ (IT) |

Working with Files in C++ (IT) |

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Admissibility of A*, Agendas and AND-OR graphs (IT) |

Iterative deepening A*, Recursive Best First, Agents (IT) |

Forward and backward state space planning (IT) |

Discovery, Registration and Tunneling (IT) |

GSM Security (IT) |

Ant Colony Optimization, branch and bound, refinement search (IT) |

GSM Handovers (IT) |

GSM ARCHITECTURA PART II |

Progression, Regression and Goal Stack Planning (PC) |

Neural networks (IT) |

Learning process in BPNN and Hopfield networks (IT) |

Using backpropagation for multilayer networks (IT) |

Introduction (IT) |

Machine Learning (IT) |

Other Search Methods (IT) |

Problems with search methods and solutions (IT) |

ES Development process (IT) |

ES Development process-II (IT) |

Heuristic Search Methods (IT) |

ES architecture and Knowledge Engineering (IT) |

Operator Overloading (IT) |

Genetic algorithm & Travelling salesman problem (IT) |

Unguided Search Methods (IT) |

Introduction to Expert Systems (IT) |

State Space Search I (IT) |

What is AI, what is an AI technique, which problems need AI attention? (IT) |

State Space Search II (IT) |

Scripts (IT) |

What is AI, what is an AI technique, which problems need AI attention? |

State Space Search I |

State Space Search II |

Unguided Search methods |

Heuristic search methods |

Other Search methods |

Problems with search methods and solutions |

Genetic algorithm & Travelling salesman problem |

Wireless Communication |

operator overloading |

Text Editors |

Introduction to Web Application Development and HTML |

Bisection Method |

False Position Method |

Secant Method |

Syntactical rules forCD and CD’s shortcomings (IT) |

Optimized TCP in wireless networks (IT) |

Karnaugh maps |

p4 m12 Self learning |

p4m01 Self learning |

p4m02 Self learning |

p4m03 Self learning |

Number System and codes |

p4m05 Self learning |

Boolean algebra |

Multiplexers and Demultiplexers |

Combinational circuits and Comparator |

p4m10 Self learning |

Decoder |

Digital System Design |

ADC types – Flash , Counter ramp |

Logic families: Characteristics and types |

Transistor Transistor Logic families |

Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor(CMOS) Logic Family & Emitter Coupled Logic Family |

p4m05 Self learning |

Evolution of Microprocessors |

Introduction to C Language |

Operators and Its Precedence Level |

Decision-making and Forming loop in program |

Data Types in C |

Handling Characters |

Array |

p4m1 Self Assessment |

Union and Enumeration |

p6m09 self learning |

Introduction to Object Oriented Methodology |

C++ Program Structure |

Data Types |

Operators and Expressions |

Functions |

Control flow |

Friend Function, Friend Class, Nested Classes |

Constructors and Destructor |

Inheritance |