Pranoti Mane

Pranoti Mane
Modern Education Society's College of Engineering · Electronics & Telecommunications

PhD

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This paper discusses the architecture of wireless low power transmission system to charge the mobile phone wirelessly as well as to give effective solution for energy savings and utilization. It is simple, affordable and robust system that can be easily installed and operated in order to solve certain real time power issues. Wireless power transmis...
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Despite the strict majors taken for children safety by the authorities the crimes over children are increasing on significant amount. To restrict these crimes it is important to enhance security for children. Mishaps and missing of children are causing parent to worry about their children. School authorities may be penalized heavily for these misha...
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In today's world it is commonly noticed that two wheelers are the most commonly used locomotives. As day by day population is increasing there is a heavy demand for new two wheelers. In Pune (Maharashtra) the RTO Office registered about 1.1 lakh new two wheeler from December 2014 to December 2015 and it goes on increasing in mega cities like Mumbai...
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Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) systems use Relevance Feedback (RF) in order to improve the retrieval accuracy. Research focus has been shifted from designing sophisticated low-level feature extraction algorithms to reducing the “semantic gap” between the visual features and the richness of human semantics. In this paper, a novel system is pro...
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Content-based image retrieval is the process of recovering the images that are based on their primitive features such as texture, color, shape etc. The main challenge in this type of retrieval is the gap between low-level primitive features and high-level semantic concepts. This is known as the semantic gap. This paper proposes an interactive appro...
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Near duplicate image identification needs the matching of somewhat altered images to the original image. This will help in the detection of forged images. A great deal of effort has been dedicated to visual applications that need efficient image similarity metrics and signature. Digital images can be easily edited and manipulated owing to the great...
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This paper presents an automatic road sign detection and recognition system that supported a procedure model of human visual recognition process. Road signs are usually placed either by the side or above roads. They provide necessary data for guiding, warning, or regulation the behaviours folks so as to make journey safer and easier. The projected...
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Near duplicate image detection needs the matching of a bit altered images to the original image. This will help in the detection of forged images. A great deal of effort has been dedicated to visual applications that need efficient image similarity metrics and signature. Digital images can be easily edited and manipulated owing to the great functio...
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based image retrieval (CBIR) systems retrieve images based on their primitive features such as color, texture, shape etc. The semantic gap is defined as the inconsistency between the image retrieval based on these low level image features and high level human semantics. In this paper, the comparative analysis of various color model transformations...
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Content based image retrieval (CBIR) system is broadly used for searching and browsing images from a large database by extracting the visual content of the images. Image database is build by feature vectors corresponding to texture, color, shape and spatial features. The MPEG-7 standards provide standardized tools to describe and search audio and v...
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A pelican is a large water bird with a distinctive pouch under the beak, belonging to the bird family Pelecanidae.Modern pelicans, of which there are eight species, are found on all continents except Antarctica. This system of " Pelican Robot " is designed in such a way that it can perform task of moving on land, water & underwater. This robot will...

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