RCOS meetings are in AE 216 at 4:00 pm on Every Tuesday during Fall and Spring
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.
These five are some of my most recent work (joint with John Punin and
Andrew Morrison)
Real-Time Monitoring and Alerting of Web Usage The W 3 live system uses LOGML and the graph library of the WWWPal suite,
and lay the foundation for future developments. ...
Paper
with Andrew Morrison and John Punin. Description of the system is in
W3Live , a real time
web monitoring
In the fall 2002, I taught (with Prof. Mark Goldberg and Prof. Bulent
Yener) a course on Random Graphs and Webgraphs. There were interesting
student projects.
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