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  • Prof Ramakrishnan Swaminathan

  • Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Publications 1995 - 2022

Publications

  • 108
    Journal Articles
  • 107
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 2
    Review
  • 1
    Letter
  • 104
  • 7
  • 1

Citations / H-Index

1362 Citations
20 h-index
845 Citations

Altmetrics

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Co-author Network


Expertise

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Personal Information

Prof Ramakrishnan Swaminathan

Male
Department of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India - 600036


Experience

  • Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras


Doctoral Theses Guided

2018

Non-stationary analysis of surface electromyography

Diptasree Maitra, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2018

Extraction and analysis of disease specific multiple objects in cell images using level sets and keypoint features

Suhail Parvaze .P, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2017

Analysis of surface electromyography signals using monofractal and multifractal algorithms

Kiran Marri, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

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2018

Non-stationary analysis of surface electromyography

Diptasree Maitra, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2018

Extraction and analysis of disease specific multiple objects in cell images using level sets and keypoint features

Suhail Parvaze .P, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2017

Analysis of surface electromyography signals using monofractal and multifractal algorithms

Kiran Marri, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2016

Nonstationary and cyclostationary analysis of surface electromyography signals in muscle fatiguing contractions

Karthick, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2015

Characterization of breast tissues in infrared images using noise models and level sets

Suganthi S S, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2015

Analysis of surface emg signals under muscle fatigue conditions using models and measurements

Venugopal G, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

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