Document Title : Mukkai S. Krishnamoorthy Mukkai S. Krishnamoorthy

Mukkai S. Krishnamoorthy

moorthy at cs.rpi.edu
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology


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  1. Problem Solving web graph of my website for click and shoot
  2. Compiler Technology
  3. Combinatorial and Algebraic Algorithms


I am deeply interested in
  1. Open Source Software Practices at RPI
  2. RCOS meetings are in AE 216 at 4:00 pm on Every Tuesday during Fall and Spring
  3. Summer RCOS meetings are at Lally 104 o Fridays from noon-1:00 pm.

I have been working on Table Recognition with a group from RPI and BYU on Tango project supported by NSF.
I have been working Prof. Ron Eglash of the STS department on an NSF suported project (NSF GK-12) called triple helix. Details of the project may be found in triple helix . Prof Eglash's csdt site will give the nature and scope of NSF GK-12 project.



My other fun activities



Research Seminar (9/11/01) The two graphs corresponding to the http://www.cs.rpi.edu/courses may be found in graph 1 and graph 2. Summary of the course web site can be found in structure report . The slides may be accessed from Talk only from CS sites (meaning cslab suns).

ASHE was designed by John Punin and myself and developed by John Punin.

Here is a game (scientific american March 97 Mathematical recreations Game) that I implemented. Picking Game Please let me know Mukkai Krishnamoorthy . Thanks.

Here is a game (M. Krishnamoorthy, Subh, A Game on Digraphs, Journal of Recreational Maths Vol.28(2), 85-92, 96-97) that I implemented Subh

Here is a small java program (written originally in modula2 by N. Wirth and I hand translated from modula 2) Space-filling Curve

Fuzzy Clustering by Mary Anne Egan & Mike Kondorf