Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    Take Control Over Your SMSes: A Real-World Evaluation of a Mobile-Based Spam SMS Filtering System

    In developing countries, Short Messaging Service (SMS) is one of the most widely used and cheapest modes of communication. Hence, this medium is often exploited by advertising companies to reach masses. The unsolicited (spam) SMSes consume user attention and have become a reason of annoyance for most of the mobile...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    ChaMAILeon Simplified Email Sharing Like Never Before

    While passwords, by definition, are meant to be secret, recent trends in the internet usage have witnessed an increasing number of people sharing their email passwords for both personal and professional purposes. As sharing passwords increases the chances of the users password being compromised, leading websites like Google strongly advise...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Is Gender Classification Across Ethnicity Feasible Using Discriminant Functions?

    Over the years, automatic gender recognition has been used in many applications. However, limited research has been done on analyzing gender recognition across ethnicity scenario. This research aims at studying the performance of discriminant functions including Principal Component Analysis, Linear Discriminant Analysis and Subclass Discriminant Analysis with the availability of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    On Analysis of Rural and Urban Indian Fingerprint Images

    This paper presents a feasibility study to compare the performance of fingerprint recognition on rural and urban Indian population. The analysis shows that rural population is very challenging and existing algorithms/systems are unable to provide acceptable performance. On the other hand, fingerprint recognition algorithms provide comparatively better performance on urban...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Face Recognition and Plastic Surgery: Social, Ethical and Engineering Challenges

    Face recognition systems has engrossed much attention and has been applied in various domains, primarily for surveillance, security, access control and law enforcement. In recent years much advancement have been made in face recognition techniques to cater to the challenges such as pose, expression, illumination, aging and disguise. How-ever, due...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Is Gender Classification Across Ethnicity Feasible Using Discriminant Functions?

    Over the years, automatic gender recognition has been used in many applications. However, limited research has been done on analyzing gender recognition across ethnicity scenario. This research aims at studying the performance of discriminant functions including Principal Component Analysis, Linear Discriminant Analysis and Subclass Discriminant Analysis with the availability of...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    On Analysis of Rural and Urban Indian Fingerprint Images

    This paper presents a feasibility study to compare the performance of fingerprint recognition on rural and urban Indian population. The analysis shows that rural population is very challenging and existing algorithms/systems are unable to provide acceptable performance. On the other hand, fingerprint recognition algorithms provide comparatively better performance on urban...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Face Recognition and Plastic Surgery: Social, Ethical and Engineering Challenges

    Face recognition systems has engrossed much attention and has been applied in various domains, primarily for surveillance, security, access control and law enforcement. In recent years much advancement have been made in face recognition techniques to cater to the challenges such as pose, expression, illumination, aging and disguise. How-ever, due...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Take Control Over Your SMSes: A Real-World Evaluation of a Mobile-Based Spam SMS Filtering System

    In developing countries, Short Messaging Service (SMS) is one of the most widely used and cheapest modes of communication. Hence, this medium is often exploited by advertising companies to reach masses. The unsolicited (spam) SMSes consume user attention and have become a reason of annoyance for most of the mobile...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    ChaMAILeon Simplified Email Sharing Like Never Before

    While passwords, by definition, are meant to be secret, recent trends in the internet usage have witnessed an increasing number of people sharing their email passwords for both personal and professional purposes. As sharing passwords increases the chances of the users password being compromised, leading websites like Google strongly advise...

    Provided By Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology