Sanjib Kumar Kalita

Sanjib Kumar Kalita

Department of Computer Science
Gauhati University
Guwahati 781 014, Assam, India.

Phone : +91-8812051150

Email sanjib959@gauhati.ac.in

  1. Nonlinearity and cepstral/mel cepstral measure of the spectral characteristics of assamese & bodo phonemesInt. J of Open Problems in Computer Science and Mathematics (IJOPCM) 3 (5) (2010).
  2. A comparative study for Identification of sex of the speaker with reference to bodo vowels, Int. J of Open Problems in Computer Science and Mathematics (IJOPCM) 3 (5) (2010).
  3. Recognition of Handwritten Numerals of Manipuri Script, International Journal of Computer Applications(IJCA) 84 (17) (2013).
  4. Printed Assamese Numerals Recognition Using Morphological Operators on Binary Images, International Journal of Intelligent Computing in Science & Technology 1 (1), 1  (2014).
  5. Feature Selection Method for Speaker Recognition using Neural Network, International Journal of Computer Applications(IJCA) (2014).
  6. Assamese Digit Recognition with Feed Forward Neural Network, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) (2015).
  7. Composite Feature Selection Method based on Spoken Word and Speaker RecognitionInternational Journal of Computer Applications 121 (8), 18 (2015) [DOI : 10.5120/21560-4593]
  8. A Survey on Trends and Techniques used in Hyperspectral Image ProcessingInternational Journal of Computer Applications 122 (9), 1 (2015) [DOI : 10.5120/21725-4879]
  9. A comparative study of different features for isolated spoken word recognition using HMM with reference to Assamese languageInternational Journal of Speech Technology (2015).
  10. Fake Currency Verification Using blue pixel region analysis and image differenceInternational Journal of Engineering and Computer Science (2015).
  1. Mutual Information Based Hierarchical Band Selection Approach for Hyperspectral Images (Accepted paper), National Symposium on Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS, Indian Society of Remote Sensing & Indian Society of Geomatics , IIRS, Dehradun (India), December 7-9, 2016.
  2. Assamese Character Recognition Using Zoning Feature (Accepted paper), Springer International Conference on Emerging Trends and Advances in Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy (ETAEERE-2016).
  3. Atrophy Measure of Brain Cortex to detect Alzheimer’s Disease from Magnetic Resonance Images (Accepted paper), Springer International Conference on Emerging Trends and Advances in Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy (ETAEERE-2016).
  4. Point Feature based recognition of Handwritten Meetei Mayek Script (Accepted paper), Springer International Conference on Emerging Trends and Advances in Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy (ETAEERE-2016) organized by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Majhitar, Sikkim during 17th – 18th Dec, 2016.
  5. Recognition of Meetei Mayek Characters using Hybrid Feature Generated from Distance Profile and Background Directional Distribution with Support Vector Machine Classifier, IEEE sponsored International Conference on Communication, Control and Intelligent Systems, IEEE Catalogue Number: CFP15C93-CDR, November 2015.
  6. Methods For Optical Character Segmentation: A Review, National seminar on Information Technology and Its Impact In Business, August 2015 (ISBN 978-93-5235-674-4).
  7. Printed Assamese Vowels Recognition Using Morphological Operators on Binary Images, International conference on electronic devices, Circuits, Applied Electronics and Communication Technology(EDCAECT 2015), October, 2015, Gauhati University (ISBN : 978-93-85822-02-5).
  8. Content based image retrieval using Texture and Color Feature, International conference on electronic devices, Circuits, Applied Electronics and Communication Technolog y(EDCAECT 2015), October, 2015, Gauhati University (ISBN : 978-93-85822-02-5).
  9. Line Segmentation of Handwritten Assamese and Meetei Mayek Scripts using Header-Line and Seam Carving Based Algorithm, ISTE sponsored International Conference on Research and Innovations in Engineering and Technology, Amritsar College of Engineering and Technology, Punjab, December 19-20, 2014 (ISBN:978-81-924867-3-4).
  10. Line Segmentation in Handwritten Assamese and Meetei Mayek Script using Seam Carving Based Algorithm, Optical Society of India sponsored International Conference on Opto-Electronics and Applied Optics, IEM Engineering Campus, Springer Proceedings in Physics, December 17-18,2014 (ISBN:978-81-322236-6-5).
  11. An effective age detection method based on short time energy and zero crossing rate, 2nd International Conference on Business and Information Management (ICBIM-2014), Organized by NIT, Durgapur, India and technically cosponsored by IEEE Kharagpur Section, IEEE Conference record #32849, IEEE Catalog number: CFP1404X-CDR, DOI: 10.1109/ICBIM.2014.6970942 (9th-11th January, 2014) (ISBN:978-1-4799-3263-4).
  12. Degraded Text Recognition in Indian Regional Scripts: A Survey of Feature Extraction Techniques, International Conference on Green Energy & Smart Materials Through Science, Technology and Management (GESM’14), Organized by Faculty of Technology, Gauhati University and University of South Africa (UNISA), Florida Campus (ISBN:978-81-921779-0-8).
  13. Spoken word recognition using artificial neural network with special reference to british English, International Conference on Green Energy & Smart Materials Through Science, Technology and Management (GESM’14), Organized by Faculty of Technology, Gauhati University and University of South Africa (UNISA), Florida Campus (ISBN:978-81-921779-0-8).
  14. Developments and Challenges in the field of Optical Character Recognition in North East Indian Scripts, National Conference on Communication, Cloud and Big Data, proceedings published by ACCB publishing, England, December 2014 (ISBN:978-1-908368-03-4).
  15. Recognition of assamese handwritten numerals using mathematical morphology, 4th IEEE International Advance Computing Conference, organized by IEEE Computer Society of India  and Department of Computer Science & Information Technology, ITM University India, Conference # 32527, @ IEEE (February 21-22, 2014) (ISBN:978-1-4799-2571-1).
  16. Zero Crossing Rate and Short Term Energy as a cue for sex detection with reference to Assamese vowels, International Conference for Convergence of Technology (I2CT) 2014, Organized by IEEE Bombay Section, IEEE Conference record #33458, @ IEEE (06 Apr - 08 Apr 2014) (ISBN 978-1-4799-3759-2).
  17. Speech utterance classification using mel-frequency cepstral coefficient (mfcc) and ROC analysis, National Level Seminar cum Conference on Recent Trends & Techniques in Computer Sciences, Organized by the Dept of Computer Science & Technology, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam, (25th -26th March, 2013) (ISBN:978-93-83252-08-4).
  18. Classification of spoken words using formant frequencies and their performance evaluation, National Level Seminar cum Conference on Recent Trends & Techniques in Computer Sciences, Organized by the Dept of Computer Science & Technology, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam, (25th -26th March, 2013) (ISBN:978-93-83252-08-4).
  19. Recognition of bodo phonemes using  multilayer perceptron based speech recognizer, The 4th Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-09), December 16-18 2009, SIT, Tumkur (near Bangalore), India, (2009).
  20. Geometrical, Profile and HOG feature based Recognition of Meetei Mayek Characters, International Conference on Microelectronics, Computing and Communication, January 2016.

  1. Dipen Nath, MSc(Computer Science), Mangaldoi College, Speech Processing
  2. Sonia Sarma, MCA, Don Bosco University, Hyper Spectral Image Processing
  3. Sruti Subrah Bharali, M. Tech, KK Handique State Open University, Speech Processing
  4. Dulumoni Das, MSc(Computer Science), Inspire Fellow, GU, Medical Image Processing
  5. Chandan Jyoti Kumar, M. Tech, Cotton College State University, Handwritten Character Recognition
  6. Kalyan Brat Medhi, MCA, Handwritten Character Recognition
  7. Jyotishmita Talukdar, M. Tech, Medical Image Processing, UTM, Meghalaya
  8. Diganta Pathak, M. Tech, Visvesvaraya PhD Fellowships of DeitY
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