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Chandra Sekhar Chellu
Chandra Sekhar Chellu
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Online handwritten character recognition of devanagari and telugu characters using support vector machines
H Swethalakshmi, A Jayaraman, VS Chakravarthy, CC Sekhar
Tenth international workshop on Frontiers in handwriting recognition, 2006
1152006
Neural network models for recognition of stop consonant-vowel (SCV) segments in continuous speech
CC Sekhar
Ph. D. thesis, Dept. of Comput. Sci. and Eng., Indian Inst. of Technol. Madras, 1996
561996
Identification of block ciphers using support vector machines
AD Dileep, CC Sekhar
The 2006 IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Network Proceedings …, 2006
472006
GMM based intermediate matching kernel for classification of varying length patterns of long duration speech using support vector machines
AD Dileep, C Chandra Sekhar
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems 25 (4), 1421-1432, 2014
432014
Neural networks based approach for detection of vowel onset point
JYSRK Rao
Proc. Int. Conf. Adv. in Pattern Recogn. Digit. Tech., Calcutta, India, Dec …, 1999
391999
A density based method for multivariate time series clustering in kernel feature space
S Chandrakala, CC Sekhar
International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 1886-1891, 2008
382008
Extraction of fixed dimension patterns from varying duration segments of consonant-vowel utterances
SV Gangashetty, CC Sekhar, B Yegnanarayana
International Conference on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing …, 2004
352004
Modular approach to recognition of strokes in Telugu script
A Jayaraman, CC Sekhar, VS Chakravarthy
International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, 501-505, 2007
342007
Detection of vowel on set points in continuous speech using autoassociative neural network models.
SV Gangashetty, CC Sekhar, B Yegnanarayana
INTERSPEECH, 2004
332004
Large margin mixture of AR models for time series classification
BV Kini, CC Sekhar
Applied Soft Computing 13 (1), 361-371, 2013
322013
Representation and feature selection using multiple kernel learning
AD Dileep, CC Sekhar
2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 717-722, 2009
322009
Spatiostructural features for recognition of online handwritten characters in Devanagari and Tamil scripts
H Swethalakshmi, CC Sekhar, VS Chakravarthy
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 230-239, 2007
322007
Spotting multilingual consonant-vowel units of speech using neural network models
SV Gangashetty, CC Sekhar, B Yegnanarayana
International Conference on Nonlinear Analyses and Algorithms for Speech …, 2005
282005
Variational Gaussian mixture models for speech emotion recognition
HK Mishra, CC Sekhar
2009 Seventh International Conference on Advances in Pattern Recognition …, 2009
242009
Combination of generative models and SVM based classifier for speech emotion recognition
S Chandrakala, CC Sekhar
2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 497-502, 2009
212009
Recognition of consonant-vowel (CV) units of speech in a broadcast news corpus using support vector machines
CC Sekhar, K Takeda, F Itakura
International Workshop on Support Vector Machines, 171-185, 2002
212002
Class-specific GMM based intermediate matching kernel for classification of varying length patterns of long duration speech using support vector machines
AD Dileep, C Chandra Sekhar
Speech Communication 27 (1), 126-143, 2014
202014
Acoustic modeling of subword units using support vector machines
CC Sekhar, WF Lee, K Takeda, F Itakura
Workshop on spoken language processing, 2003
202003
HMM based Intermediate Matching Kernel for Classification of Sequential Patterns of Speech using Support Vector Machines
AD Dileep, C Chandra Sekhar
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing 21 (12), 2570-2582, 2013
192013
Local Density Estimation based Clustering
SR Pamudurthy, S Chandrakala, CC Sekhar
International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 1249-1254, 2007
192007
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