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Ram Sarkar
Ram Sarkar
Professor, Computer Science & Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
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Pneumonia detection in chest X-ray images using an ensemble of deep learning models
R Kundu, R Das, ZW Geem, GT Han, R Sarkar
PloS one 16 (9), e0256630, 2021
2192021
Selective opposition based grey wolf optimization
S Dhargupta, M Ghosh, S Mirjalili, R Sarkar
Expert Systems with Applications 151, 113389, 2020
2192020
A genetic algorithm based region sampling for selection of local features in handwritten digit recognition application
N Das, R Sarkar, S Basu, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
Applied Soft Computing 12 (5), 1592-1606, 2012
1982012
A wrapper-filter feature selection technique based on ant colony optimization
M Ghosh, R Guha, R Sarkar, A Abraham
Neural Computing and Applications, 1-19, 2019
1812019
An ensemble-based hotel recommender system using sentiment analysis and aspect categorization of hotel reviews
B Ray, A Garain, R Sarkar
Applied Soft Computing 98, 106935, 2021
1532021
A statistical–topological feature combination for recognition of handwritten numerals
N Das, JM Reddy, R Sarkar, S Basu, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
Applied Soft Computing 12 (8), 2486-2495, 2012
1492012
CMATERdb1: a database of unconstrained handwritten Bangla and Bangla–English mixed script document image
R Sarkar, N Das, S Basu, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition (IJDAR) 15, 71-83, 2012
1452012
A GA based hierarchical feature selection approach for handwritten word recognition
S Malakar, M Ghosh, S Bhowmik, R Sarkar, M Nasipuri
Neural Computing and Applications, 2019
1432019
A hierarchical approach to recognition of handwritten Bangla characters
S Basu, N Das, R Sarkar, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
Pattern Recognition 42 (7), 1467-1484, 2009
1352009
Genetic algorithm based cancerous gene identification from microarray data using ensemble of filter methods
M Ghosh, S Adhikary, KK Ghosh, A Sardar, S Begum, R Sarkar
Medical & biological engineering & computing 57, 159-176, 2019
1272019
Recursive memetic algorithm for gene selection in microarray data
M Ghosh, S Begum, R Sarkar, D Chakraborty, U Maulik
Expert Systems with Applications 116, 172-185, 2019
1252019
Mayfly in harmony: A new hybrid meta-heuristic feature selection algorithm
T Bhattacharyya, B Chatterjee, PK Singh, JH Yoon, ZW Geem, R Sarkar
IEEE Access 8, 195929-195945, 2020
1132020
Handwritten Bangla basic and compound character recognition using MLP and SVM classifier
N Das, B Das, R Sarkar, S Basu, M Kundu, M Nasipuri
arXiv preprint arXiv:1002.4040, 2010
1102010
A fuzzy rank-based ensemble of CNN models for classification of cervical cytology
A Manna, R Kundu, D Kaplun, A Sinitca, R Sarkar
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 14538, 2021
1082021
EnsemConvNet: a deep learning approach for human activity recognition using smartphone sensors for healthcare applications
D Mukherjee, R Mondal, PK Singh, R Sarkar, D Bhattacharjee
Multimedia Tools and Applications 79, 31663-31690, 2020
1072020
Improved Binary Sailfish Optimizer Based on Adaptive β-Hill Climbing for Feature Selection
KK Ghosh, S Ahmed, PK Singh, ZW Geem, R Sarkar
IEEE access 8, 83548-83560, 2020
1042020
A bi-stage feature selection approach for COVID-19 prediction using chest CT images
S Sen, S Saha, S Chatterjee, S Mirjalili, R Sarkar
Applied Intelligence 51, 8985-9000, 2021
1002021
Fuzzy rank-based fusion of CNN models using Gompertz function for screening COVID-19 CT-scans
R Kundu, H Basak, PK Singh, A Ahmadian, M Ferrara, R Sarkar
Scientific reports 11 (1), 14133, 2021
972021
Handwritten Bangla alphabet recognition using an MLP based classifier
S Basu, N Das, R Sarkar, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
arXiv preprint arXiv:1203.0882, 2012
972012
A novel framework for automatic sorting of postal documents with multi-script address blocks
S Basu, N Das, R Sarkar, M Kundu, M Nasipuri, DK Basu
Pattern Recognition 43 (10), 3507-3521, 2010
962010
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