Ankit Agrawal

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Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (1)
 
Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (1)
 
Quantitative Biology - Molecular Networks (1)
 
Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence (1)
 
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Many scientific data sets contain temporal dimensions. These are the data storing information at the same spatial location but different time stamps. Some of the biggest temporal datasets are produced by parallel computing applications such as simulations of climate change and fluid dynamics. Read More

A very active area of materials research is to devise methods that use machine learning to automatically extract predictive models from existing materials data. While prior examples have demonstrated successful models for some applications, many more applications exist where machine learning can make a strong impact. To enable faster development of machine-learning-based models for such applications, we have created a framework capable of being applied to a broad range of materials data. Read More

Connected Component Labeling (CCL) is an important step in pattern recognition and image processing. It assigns labels to the pixels such that adjacent pixels sharing the same features are assigned the same label. Typically, CCL requires several passes over the data. Read More

The fundamental problem underlying all multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) problems is that of dominance between any two alternatives: "Given two alternatives A and B, each described by a set criteria, is A preferred to B with respect to a set of decision maker (DM) preferences over the criteria?". Depending on the application in which MCDA is performed, the alternatives may represent strategies and policies for business, potential locations for setting up new facilities, designs of buildings, etc. The general objective of MCDA is to enable the DM to order all alternatives in order of the stated preferences, and choose the ones that are best, i. Read More

This paper presents SunPy (version 0.5), a community-developed Python package for solar physics. Python, a free, cross-platform, general-purpose, high-level programming language, has seen widespread adoption among the scientific community, resulting in the availability of a large number of software packages, from numerical computation (NumPy, SciPy) and machine learning (scikit-learn) to visualisation and plotting (matplotlib). Read More

We analyze protein-protein interaction networks for six different species under the framework of random matrix theory. Nearest neighbor spacing distribution of the eigenvalues of adjacency matrices of the largest connected part of these networks emulate universal Gaussian orthogonal statistics of random matrix theory. We demonstrate that spectral rigidity, which quantifies long range correlations in eigenvalues, for all protein-protein interaction networks follow random matrix prediction up to certain ranges indicating randomness in interactions. Read More