Qualification: 
M.Tech, BE
g_radhika@cb.amrita.edu

Radhika G. currently serves as  Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering, Coimbatore Campus. Her areas of research include Networking Security.

Publications

Publication Type: Journal Article

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2018

Journal Article

R. G., Vidhya S, and S. Bharathi, D., “Survey Process Model on Palm Print and Palm Vein Using Biometric System”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, vol. 118, pp. 1557-1563, 2018.[Abstract]


In today's world, security is the most important aspect in every field. This paper proposes a high level security system using biometrics to recognize a person. It is shown that single biometric modality recognition is not able to meet high performances. We propose a fusion of both palm vein and palm print modalities using multimodal biometric system. Instead of taking the entire image of palm, using ROI method, only a part of palm image is taken in order to overcome the hardware defects in fixing the ROI and to reduce the storage space, and to increase the security, the image is encrypted and stored. © 2018 Academic Press. All rights reserved.

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2018

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M. K.A, G., R., and Abirami K., “Mobile Interaction based on Eye Movement”, International Journal of Engineering and Technology(UAE)Open Access, vol. 7, no. 2, 2018.[Abstract]


In the looking for hithertio-unused strategies by which clients and PCs can convey, we explore the value of eye developments as a quick and helpful correspondence mode. As cell phones develop analysts are examining new strategies to facilitate the human-portable cooperation. The obstruction to misusing this medium has not been eye-following innovation but rather the investigation of cooperation methods that join eye developments into the client PC exchange in a characteristic and unpretentious way. This paper discusses some of the human factors and the possible technical considerations that can arise by using eye movement as input medium.

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2017

Journal Article

R. G., K. Prasath, N., and Rajasundari, T., “Sentimental Analysis on Tamil News Feed”, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, vol. 9, pp. 397-399, 2017.[Abstract]


Sentiment analysis is performed on online news feeds, which is in Tamil to categories characteristics of famous events, personalities and places. It becomes valuable source of information which varies from personal expressions to public opinions. People post status messages about their life, share opinions on their political and religious views, express support or protest against social issues, discuss about products in market, education, entertainment etc. Hence this online news feeds have become a powerful platform for millions of users to express their opinion. In this paper we have come up with a simple idea for sentimental analysis, POS tagger is used for Categorization of named entities (primarily proper nouns) with their characteristics (adjectives), found in the Tamil news feeds is done to develop a knowledge base. There is a huge necessity in the areas of Sentiment Analysis to have an efficient and supportive working model for the construction of an appropriate knowledge base. This knowledge base can later be used for analysis.

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2016

Journal Article

R. G., Dr. Senthil Kumar T., Reyner, P. P. D., Leela, G., Mangayarkarasi, N., Abirami, A., and Vinayaka, K., “3D modelling of a jewellery and its virtual try-on”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 397, pp. 157-165, 2016.[Abstract]


Nowadays, everything is becoming automated. So, automation is indeed needed in the world of jewellery. The goldsmith or any jewellery vendor, rather than having all the real patterns of jewellery, can have the model of these jewellery, so that he can display them virtually on the customer’s hand using Augmented Reality. 2D representation of an object deals only with the height and the width of an object. 3D representations include the third dimension of an image which is the depth information of an object. This paper presents an overall approach to 3D modelling of jewellery from the uncalibrated images. The datasets are taken from different viewing planes at different intervals. From these images, we construct the 3D model of an object. 3D model provides a realistic view for the users by projecting it on human hand using the augmented reality technique. © Springer India 2016.

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2016

Journal Article

R. G., Ramkumar, S., and Prasath, K. N., “3D Modelling using Depth Sensors Present in Kinect”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 397, pp. 351-359, 2016.[Abstract]


Presently, animation and augmented reality has taken a leap into the boundary of various industries such as gaming, entertainment and architecture. To make the works more amiable, three-dimensional models are constructed normally by hands and by technological invasions, and scanners are being employed. 3D models have become more eminent for they are flexible and accurate. But mod- elling a 3D object manually can be arduous and engaging scanners are lavish. Thus, in this paper, we propose an approach of using Kinect’s depth sensor. Kinect is an add-on for the Xbox 360 (gaming console). The depth image is obtained using the depth sensor where segmentation of a part to be 3D modelled is the exclusivity. © Springer India 2016.

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2016

Journal Article

R. G., T Kumar, S., Mangayarkarasi, N., and Nirmala, R., “Virtual Try of a Jewellery using Skin Classifiers”, International Journal of Control Theory and Applications, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 191-194, 2016.[Abstract]


he advancement in technology has increased the quest of automation among people. The government has also laid a bill on making the country smarter in terms of technology front. Making a city smarter is not only in terms of managing electricity, water resources and car parking but also includes the automated shops with the virtual view of things. Even a normal person should experience this advancement. The concept of smart city has influenced us to come up with the idea of virtual reality in the jewellery shops. This paper aims to provide virtual try-on of a jewellery in a real world. This provides customer satisfaction and reliability

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2015

Journal Article

R. G., T, R., and N. Lalithamani, “Microbots in Biofield: A Cancer Warrior”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 10, no. 55, pp. pp.4236-4239, 2015.

2015

Journal Article

R. G., Vidhya S, and Rajasundari, T., “Matching of Dental Radiographs for Discriminating Features of Human”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research , vol. 10, no. 7, pp. 17657-17664, 2015.

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