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Saturday, 29 September 2018

CLEAR Journal September 2018 Edition Published




This is the Twenty-Fifth issue of CLEAR Journal. This issue contains articles on the following topics "Why Did Artificial Intelligence Fail in Predicting 2018 FIFA World Cup Result?" , "Artificial Intelligence to Help Predict Alien Life on Other Planets" , "Text Based Multi-Emotion Extraction Using Linguistic Analysis" , "Alias Links Identification from Narratives" , "Face Detect – Track System: For Criminal Detection". The next issue will be in December 2018.
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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Publication in ICACC 2018



The paper entitled "Neural Networks and Conditional Random Fields Based Approach for Effective Question Processing", authored by Sruthy K Bhaskaran, Sreejith C, and Rafeeque P C, published in proceedings of 8th International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communication (ICACC-2018) held at Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology during 13-15 September 2018. The proceedings are published in ScienceDirect by Elsevier.
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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Publication in ICACC 2018



The paper entitled "Deep Bi-Directional LSTM Network for Query Intent Detection", authored by Sreelakshmi K, Rafeeque P C, Sreetha S and Gayathri E S, published in proceedings of 8th International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communication (ICACC-2018) held at Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology during 13-15 September 2018. The proceedings are published in ScienceDirect by Elsevier.
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Publication in IC4


The paper entitled "An Effective Approach for Detection of Sarcasm in Tweets", authored by Sreelakshmi K and Rafeeque P C, published in proceedings of International CET Conference on Control, Communication, and Computing (IC4), held at CET Trivandrum during July 05 – 07, 2018.
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Placed in ICFOSS


SANDHINI S of M.tech Computational Linguistics , 2016-18 batch got placement for the post of Fellow, ICFOSS at Trivandrum.

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About the Company: ICFOSS is the outcome of a decade of work by Free Software enthusiasts, advocates, developers and supporters in the state of Kerala and outside. ICFOSS carries out a number of FOSS-related activities in a model that brings together Academia, Industry, Government and the FOSS Community. Activities of ICFOSS presently includes R & D; Support to FOSS software development; FOSS Pilot Programs; technology assistance to Government programs and institutions; Local Language computing; Student FOSS activities; Internet Governance; Studies on FOSS; Exploring FOSS Certification; and Capacity Building of students to enter the FOSS Community.


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Placed in Cochin College of Engineering and Technology


UMA E S of M.tech Computational Linguistics , 2016-18 batch got placement for the post of Assistant Professor, Cochin College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Valanchery.

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About the College: CCET offers the entire stream of engineering courses for the students to opt up to their preference and aptitude. The students are provided with six Undergraduate Programmes and four Postgraduate Programmes.

Website:  http://www.cochincet.ac.in/
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Thursday, 19 July 2018

Publication in ICETIETR 2018



The paper entitled "Clustered Semantic Graph Approach for Multi-document Abstractive Summarization", authored by Fathima Shabana K and Naseer C published in International Conference on Emerging Trends and Innovations in Engineering and Technological Research (ICETIETR 2k18 ISBN No 978-1-5386-5743-0).

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