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					elements 2011

         March 25 – 26, 2011
  Taj Vivanta, Bangalore, India

http://compute.acmbangalore.org
Conference at a Glance (March 25, 2011)
                                  VIJAYNAGAR 1                                         VIJAYNAGAR 2

                                               Registration 08:00 – 09:00

09:00 – 09:05   Introduction to ACM Bangalore and Bangalore
                ACM SIGGRAPH

09:05 – 09:15   Overview on Compute and Elements 2011

Keynote         Challenges and Opportunities for Innovations
                in IT based Services
09:15 – 10:15
                Manish Gupta
                IBM Research, India

                                                   Break 10:15 – 10:30

Sessions        Invited Talk 1 : From a “Focus on Innovation”       Tutorial: Techniques of Text Analytics
                to “Focused Innovation”
10:30 – 13:00                                                       Rajesh Balakrishnan
                Simon Towers                                        Infosys Technologies Ltd.
                Infosys Technologies Ltd., India
                                                                    Bintu G. Vasudevan
                                                                    Infosys Technologies Ltd.
                Invited Talk 2: Digital Workflow for Comic,
                Television and Game (Xbox) Pre-production
                                                                    Research Paper Session 1
                PC Vikram, Technicolor, India &
                Arjun Gupte, Freelancer

                Invited Talk 3: Building Knowledge Bases from
                the Web

                Srinivasan Sengamedu
                Yahoo! Labs, India


                                                   Lunch 13:00 – 14:00

Keynote         Making Games for Tomorrow: An Inside View of
                Zynga
14:00 – 15:00
                Steven Lurie
                GM, Zynga


                                                   Break 15:00 – 15:15

Sessions        Workshop 1: Art and Science of Design               Research Paper Session 2

15:15 – 18:00   Hemanth Sharma
                Adobe Systems
Conference at a Glance (March 26, 2011)
                            TRINITY 2                        VIJAYNAGAR 1                 VIJAYNAGAR 2

                                               Registration 08:00 – 09:00

Keynote         Software Engineering Issues
                Beyond Programming
09:00 – 10:15
                Don Gotterbarn
                East Tennessee State University


                                                  Break 10:15 – 10:30

Sessions        Invited Talk 4: Recent              Tutorial: HTML5                Research Paper Session 3
                Innovations in Image & Video
10:30 – 13:00                                       Sudar Muthu
                Manipulation
                                                    Yahoo! Labs
                Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan
                                                    Tutorial: Accelerating HTML5
                Adobe Systems
                                                    Adoption

                Invited Talk 5: Trends & Future     Allahbaksh M Asadullah
                directions in 3D Medical            Infosys Technologies Ltd.
                Visualization
                                                    Krishna C Telikicherla
                Shyam Rajan                         Infosys Technologies Ltd.
                GE Healthcare

                Invited Talk 6: Heritage
                Imagineering

                Ramachandra Budihal
                India Innovation Labs


                                                  Lunch 13:00 – 14:00

Session         Invited Talk 7: Computing &         Tutorial: Cloud Databases      Research Paper Session 5
                Analyzing Level-set Topology
14:00 – 15:30                                       Srinivas Padmanabhuni
                for Graphics & Visualization
                                                    Infosys Technologies Ltd.
                Applications

                Vijay Natarajan                     Research Paper Session 4
                Indian Institute of Sciences

                Invited Talk 8: Intuit

                Details awaited

                                                  Break 15:30 – 15:45

Sessions        Workshop 2: Visual Scripting        Research Paper Session 6       Research Paper Session 7

15:45 – 18:00   PC Vikram, Technicolor
                Arjun Gupte, Freelancer
Keynote 1: Challenges and Opportunities for
Innovations in IT based Services
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                       March 25, 2011 09:00 – 10:15

IT based Services are sometimes viewed as mundane, less challenging than IT product development. In this
talk, we describe enormous opportunities for innovation in delivering information technology based services.
We start by describing the tremendous inefficiencies, estimated to be about $15 Trillion, in how the world
operates today (e.g. in industries like transportation and healthcare), some of which can be eliminated by
infusing more instrumentation and intelligence into these systems. We describe several unique challenges
faced in emerging economies like India, and present examples of developing solutions with those unique
requirements in mind. One of the examples we present is Spoken Web, our attempt to create a new world
wide web, accessible over the (mobile) phone network, for the masses in countries like India. Finally, we
describe several opportunities for improving efficiency, quality and value from delivering various kinds of
services globally (an area of unique strength for India), and the interesting computer science and
multidisciplinary problems that arise in the context of pursuing those opportunities.

Speaker Profile

                       Manish Gupta is the Director of IBM Research - India and Chief Technologist for IBM
                       India/South Asia. He leads a team developing breakthrough technologies underlying innovation
                       in Services, Software and Systems, and is leading the IBM Research activities across the world
                       in the Mobile Web area. Previously, he has held senior leadership positions at IBM Research -
                       India, IBM India Systems and Technology Lab, and the T. J. Watson Research Center, where he
                       led research on software for the IBM Blue Gene supercomputer. IBM was awarded the 2008
                       National Medal of Technology and Innovation for the invention of the Blue Gene supercomputer
   Manish Gupta
                       by US President Barack Obama in October 2009. Manish received a B.Tech. in Computer
 IBM Research, India
                       Science from IIT Delhi in 1987 and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                       in 1992. He has co-authored over 70 papers, with more than 3000 citations in Google Scholar,
                       in the areas of high performance compilers, parallel computing, and Java Virtual Machine
                       optimizations, and has filed eighteen patents. Manish has received an Outstanding Innovation
                       Award, two Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards and the Gerstner Team Award for Client
                       Excellence at IBM, and has been invited to give keynotes at several international conferences
                       and workshops. He is an ACM Distinguished Scientist and a member of the IBM Academy of
                       Technology.
Invited Talk 1: From a “Focus on Innovation” to
“Focused Innovation”
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                           March 25, 2011 10:30 – 11:20

Infosys has had a focus on innovation for some time now. And Infosys Labs has been a significant driving
force in making this a reality; producing important IP, publishing research papers and contributing to the
company’s bottom line. The company is now taking its research and innovation agenda to the next stage. This
talk will describe that next stage, why we believe it is important and how we are going about it.

Speaker Profile

                        Dr. Simon Towers is the General Manager and Head of the Innovation Lab and Infosys
                        Technologies Ltd. He and his family are based in Bangalore. After completing a DPhil at Oxford
                        University and post-doctoral work at Edinburgh university, Dr. Towers has spent most of his
                        career in industrial research for companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Adobe Systems in the
                        UK and California’s bay area. However, driven by a strong desire to see the fruits of his research
                        make it into products, he has also spent significant parts of his career in product groups for
   Simon Towers         Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft. Most recently, prior to joining Infosys, he was part of a startup
 Infosys Technologies   company. He has three patents and numerous conference and journal publications.
        Limited
Invited Talk 2: Digital Workflow for Comic,
Television and Game (Xbox) Pre-production
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                       March 25, 2011 11:20 – 12:10

Both the speakers will show how they do pre-production work for TV, comics and games using digital tools.
They will also give the audience an insight into the design process and tool workflow that goes into the pre-
production phase. They will illustrate their digital workflow with work-in-progress slides from commercial and
personal projects which they have worked on. The talk will conclude with a Q & A session with the audience.

Speaker Profile

                      PC Vikram is Animation Film designer with all round pre-production knowledge, original
                      development being the core interest. Extensive experience in pre-production and has worked for
                      Jadooworks, Big Animation and now Technicolor as an art director.
                      http://pcvikram.blogspot.com/



     PC Vikram
     Technicolor

                      Arjun Gupte is Animation director with extensive experience in creating content for film, TV and
                      games. In the past he has worked for Jim Henson Studios, Warner Bros. and Sony on film and
                      game projects.
                      www.angupte.blogspot.com




    Arjun Gupte
      Freelance
Invited Talk 3: Building Knowledge Bases from
the Web
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                      March 25, 2011 12:10 – 13:00

The Web is a vast repository of human knowledge. A grand challenge is to mine the web to build
comprehensive databases of entities (e.g., people, places, things), relationships, and facts. Building such
knowledge bases involves four key steps: Content acquisition, Information extraction from Web pages, De-
duplication of extracted information, and Integration of information for the same entity. In this talk, I will give
an overview of the key steps, describe the Vertex information extraction system developed at Yahoo!
Bangalore, and outline a new technique for unsupervised information extraction exploiting content
redundancy. I’ll highlight the associated research challenges throughout the talk.

Speaker Profile

                       Srinivasan H Sengamedu joined Yahoo! in Apr 2005 and now is a Research Director leading the
                       Audience       and      Search    Sciences    group     at    Yahoo!     Labs,     Bangalore
                       (http://bangalore.yahoo.com/labs/ssceinces.html). His research work spans over information
                       extraction, multimedia, and computer vision. He led the development of the Vertex system for
                       information extraction and the PGREP system for adult image detection. He got his PhD from
                       Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
    Srinivasan H
    Sengamedu
     Yahoo! Labs
Tutorial: Text Analytics
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                                           March 25, 2011 10:30 – 12:20

It is widely believed that over 80% of the business-relevant information is present in unstructured form,
mainly text. Text Analytics allows analysis to be done on the textual data. The textual data could be in the
form of email, discussion forums, survey feedback, CRM systems, etc.
The growth of the web in the form of blogs, twitter, social networking sites has changed the dynamics of the
industry. The increasing online content has influenced users' buying behavior. The consumer is no longer
swayed by marketers, instead relying on user comments for a particular product or service. So these
comments are insightful to the manufactures of these products; text analytics can help in the analysis of the
customer sentiment.
In this discussion, we shall cover the basics of text processing and its challenges, and the techniques used in
Information Extraction from text. We also look at applications of Text Analytics like Sentiment Analysis about
products from blogs/discussion forums. We also look at how Text Analytics can be used on information in
enterprise.

Speaker Profile

                        Rajesh Balakrishnan leads the Text Analytics group at the Center for Knowledge Driven
                        Information Systems research center of Infosys Labs. He has an industry experience of over 18
                        years in the domains of Telecom, Embedded Systems, and Applied Research – at Infosys and
                        Motorola. His areas of interest include Text Analytics, Structured and Unstructured Information
                        Integration, Information Retrieval, and Semantic Web.




Rajesh Balakrishnan
 Infosys Technologies
        Limited

                        Dr. Bintu G. Vasudevan is a Senior Research Scientist, at Center for Knowledge Driven
                        Information Systems research center of Infosys Labs. Bintu has 10+ years of software industry
                        experience and has worked in the past for ISRO. Bintu has worked extensively in the areas of
                        research and development in various analytical solutions primarily in the field of Text Analytics,
                        NLP, Semantic technologies, Machine Learning , Artificial Neural Network, Simulation and
                        Modelling, Data mining, Time series analysis, Bayesian network , Inference & Diagnostics, and
                        Image Processing.
 Bintu G Vasudevan
 Infosys Technologies
        Limited
Research Paper Session 1
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                     March 25, 2011 12:20 – 13:00

Extraction of contextual information from medical case research report using 12:20 - 12:40
WordNet
Genoveva Heredero, Subhadip Bandyopadhyay and Arijit Laha

Species Identification Based on Approximate Matching                           12:40 - 13:00
Nagamma Patil, Durga Toshniwal and Kumkum Garg
Keynote 2: Making Games for Tomorrow: An
Inside View of Zynga
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                       March 25, 2011 14:00 – 15:00

The rapid growth of social networking and smartphones has enabled developers to create innovative social
gaming experiences that have fundamentally changed the gaming industry and introduced gaming to millions
of new players around the world.
As the creator of the biggest titles in social games - FarmVille, CityVille, Mafia Wars and Zynga Poker among
others, Zynga Inc. is the world largest social gaming company with over 250 million monthly users worldwide.
As social games begin to be accepted as mainstream entertainment, this talk addresses what goes into the
making of the games for tomorrow.

Speaker Profile

                      Steven Lurie is General Manager of Studio I (India) in Bangalore at Zynga Inc, the leader in
                      social gaming. Before moving to India, Steven was the General Manager of two game studios
                      at Zynga in San Francisco, including the Mobile group launching games on the iPhone and other
                      mobile platforms.
                      Previously, Steven was CEO of Advice Company, which operates several leading Web sites,
                      including FreeAdvice.com, the most visited legal and insurance information advice site for
                      consumers, as well as AttorneyPages.com, a national directory of qualified attorneys.
    Steven Lurie
       Zynga          Before then, Steven worked at several venture-backed start-ups in executive roles and in
                      venture capital at MHS Capital and Saints Capital. Start-up experience includes Ingenio, where
                      Steven was part of the original management team in 1999. Funded by Benchmark Capital,
                      Ingenio pioneered the pay-per-call advertising model and built an ad network that was acquired
                      by AT&T’s YellowPages.com in 2008. Holding a variety of management jobs in product,
                      marketing, and operations, Steven helped take the start-up from launch to approximately $35
                      million in annual revenues and net income profitability. Steven holds two US patents and has
                      seven pending patents from his leadership of Ingenio’s product team.

                      Prior to Ingenio, Steven held a variety of management roles at Microsoft from 1993-1999.
                      Starting out as the first marketing manager in the newly formed Online Services group, he led a
                      variety of marketing, product planning, business development and business planning teams. In
                      these roles, Steven was twice awarded the top product management rating at Microsoft.
                      Steven co-founded the Full Circle Fund (www.fullcirclefund.org), a Bay Area venture
                      philanthropy fund, and received its first Member of the Year award.
                      Steven received his JD from Harvard Law and BA from Stanford.
Workshop 1: Art and Science of Design
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                     March 25, 2011 15:15 – 18:00

Do you think all of us who are geeks understand what Design is? Think again. Have you ever found out that
Design is subjective? Have you ever thought of appreciating Design from any other perspective than that of
yours? Understanding tools, languages, algorithms to create graphics is the Science of Design. Understanding
how to create and communicate with graphics in a creative and impressive way is the Art of Design.
Communicating with graphics is Visual Communication. Only with the right mixture of Science and Art in our
designs can we create magic! In this session, I will cover the theory of colors, layout, visual communication,
tools, methods and techniques used in digital art in today's world ranging from - Graphic Design for Web and
Print, Digital Painting, Video Editing, Post-production, Audio and a lot more.

Speaker Profile

                      Hemanth Sharma is a Platform Evangelist at Adobe Systems. He has been working on Flash
                      Platform for over 12 years now. Having worked in Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere,
                      AfterEffects and various other production tools, Hemanth has extensive experience in
                      developing applications/games for many platforms and designing graphics, user interfaces,
                      experiences, video/audio and much more. Hemanth is an expert commentator of UI / UX
                      patterns with his wealth of experience implementing design patterns for complex applications.
                      He blogs at http://www.hsharma.com/tech.
 Hemanth Sharma
  Adobe Systems
Research Paper Session 2
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                              March 25, 2011 15:30 – 18:00

DEM Registration Based on Watershed algorithm and Chain coding                          15:30 - 15:55
Suma Dawn, Vikas Saxena and Bhu Dev Sharma

Human Authentication using Finger Knuckle Print                                         15:55 - 16:20
Chetana Hegde, Phanindra J, P Deepa Shenoy, Venugopal K R and Lalit M Patnaik

Connected Components in feature space to Capture High-Level semantics in CBIR           16:20 – 16:45
Renuka Devi and Chakravarthy Bhagvati

Challenges of CAPTCHA in the Accessibility of Indian Regional Web sites                 16:45 – 17:00
M. Tariq Banday and Nisar Shah

Using Lower-Bound Similarity to Enhance the Performance of Recommender 17:00 – 17:15
Systems
Mohak Sharma and P. Krishna Reddy

PCA for Heterogeneous data sets in a distributed data mining                            17:15 – 17:30
Dr.chandra Ravichandran and Ajitha Padmanabhan

Similarity analysis of legal judgments                                                  17:30 – 17:45
Sushanta Kumar

Real time Cross Layer Design using Particle Swarm Optimization                          17:45 - 18:00
Vanaja Gokul, Susan Elias, Kamala Krithivasan, Marian Gheorghe and Gexiang Zhang
Keynote 3: Software Engineering Issues Beyond
Programming
TRINITY 2                                                                               March 26, 2011 9:00 – 10:15

We are often surprised by the number of non-programming related issues that affect the professional’s efforts
to develop quality software and web interfaces. Development efforts are constrained in a number of positive
and negative ways. This talk address some of those current issues including software standards, best
practices, licensing of software developers, issues of malpractice and liability for unanticipated software errors,
and professional and ethical issues. Per request this will contain numerous examples and some open
discussion. IT will also present diverse perspectives from Information security dimension too.

Speaker Profile

                        Don Gotterbarn is the Director of the Software Engineering Ethics Research Institute and
                        Professor Emeritus at East Tennessee State University where he developed and taught in the
                        Master of Software Engineering Program. He is a visiting professor at the Centre for Computing
                        and Social Responsibility in England. He chairs the ACM Committee on Professional Ethics. He
                        worked as an independent computer consultant on software projects for the U.S. Navy, the
                        Saudi Arabian Navy and the commercial sector. He has taught computer courses for NSA, the
                        military, and commercial organizations as well as being a visiting scientist at the Software
   Don Gotterbam        Engineering Institute. He has also worked on: the certification of software for vote counting
 East Tennessee State   machines, missile defense systems, and software development decision support tools.
       University
                        He also holds academic appointments in software engineering and ethics at universities in
                        England and New Zealand. He has published over 100 articles, contributed to more than a
                        dozen books and written several encyclopedia articles. He chaired the committee that wrote the
                        Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practice. His technical work includes
                        funded research on performance prediction, object-oriented testing, and software engineering
                        education and computer ethics.
                        In addition to being recognized by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) as a
                        distinguished national lecturer, Gotterbarn has been invited to lecture in Australia, China, Great
                        Britain, Germany, New Zealand, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden & Wales. He holds faculty
                        appointments in New Zealand and the UK.

                        Active in Professional Computer ethics for over 20 years, he was awarded both the Computers
                        and Society “Making a Difference” award and the ACM “Outstanding Contribution” award for his
                        work in promoting professionalism in the teaching and practice of software development. Most
                        recently has been recognized by the International Society for Ethics and Information
                        Technology (INSEIT) and will receive the 2010 INSEIT/Joseph Weizenbaum Award for his
                        contributions to the field of information and computer ethics.
Invited Talk 4: Recent Innovations in Image and
Video Manipulation
TRINITY 2                                                                      March 26, 2011 10:30 – 11:20

Thanks to advances in computer graphics technology, we have at our disposal today a variety of tools that can
be used to enhance the quality and appeal of pictures and videos. Not only do we now have powerful tools
and techniques to manipulate images and videos; but many of these are also finding their way as features
even in consumer products, making it easy even for amateurs and hobbyists to produce outputs that match
the quality of work produced by expert digital artists and seasoned professionals. In this talk, Ramesh will
present a few examples of techniques that showcase some of the recent innovations in image manipulation,
3D graphics, modeling, animation and video editing.

Speaker Profile

                      Ramesh has worked on a variety of technologies over 17+ years. He holds an M. Tech in
                      Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Mumbai. Ramesh has led R&D initiatives at top
                      technology companies and has a wealth of experience working with several product and web
                      2.0 companies. As an evangelist & senior computer scientist at Adobe, Ramesh leads the
                      evangelism initiatives of Adobe in India. He works closely with the developer community,
                      helping them understand and adopt the power of Adobe's RIA technologies to build the next
                      generation rich internet applications. Ramesh is immensely passionate about computational
                      linguistics and artificial intelligence.
       Ramesh
 Srinivasaraghavan
    Adobe Systems
Invited Talk 5: Trends & Future directions in 3D
Medical Visualization
TRINITY 2                                                                          March 26, 2011 11:20 – 12:10

3D Medical visualization technology has progressed by leaps and bounds over the last 2 decades to become a
primary tool for radiologists and clinicians in aiding diagnosis and therapy. This talk will firstly focus on an
introduction to the current trends in 3D medical visualization. It will take the audience through some of the
key techniques that are currently in vogue and discuss their clinical relevance. It will also touch upon where
the field is headed in the future and discuss some of the key challenges that lie ahead in the compute,
algorithm and clinical care areas.

Speaker Profile

                      Shyam Rajan is a technology leader at GE Healthcare’s Technology Organization in India. At
                      present he leads a team of technologists at John F. Welch Technology center in Bangalore
                      developing medical equipment and visualization software. He has 18 years of experience in the
                      Healthcare industry. Shyam holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in 3D graphics and
                      Visualization and a Masters degree in Computer Science from the Royal Melbourne Institute of
                      Technology. Melbourne. Australia. He has a Bachelors degree in computer science from Madras
                      University. He is passionate about developing life saving technologies and the innovative use of
                      imaging to improve diagnosis and therapy. He has contributed significantly over the last 2
                      decades towards the development of MRI, Ultrasound, PACS and CT imaging and visualization
   Shyam Rajan        software.
   GE Healthcare
Invited Talk 6: Heritage Imagineering
TRINITY 2                                                                             March 26, 2011 12:10 – 13:00

India, with its history, culture, heritage and especially its vast stores of knowledge, is arguably one of the
world's greatest living civilisations. In time however, much has changed, especially amongst the younger
generations. As iconoclastic winds of change blow in from the West, one wonders about the preservation of
Indian heritage. Still, in today's forward-looking society, the very thing that is threatening our past mightwell
be the answer. Tangible and abstract heritage perspectives can now be brought to the fore with advanced
technology and 'E3iT'. Going beyond paper and scans with augmented reality, 3D and haptic-response
systems, E3iT is an immersive virtual "time machine". Aptly titled Digital Hampi: From Ruins to Glory, the
project is set up with a touchscreen and head-mounted display and will allow people to "walk" through the
ancient city, looking through the eyes of the citizens of that glorious ancient empire.

Speaker Profile

                         A software architect at Wipro Technologies, with geek credentials going back two decades,
                         Ramachandra Budihal drew from his work in digital image processing and multimedia in 1997.
                         Joining hands with a group of fellow IT professionals, he co-founded the Mahabharata
                         Somchodhznzrztichthonom (Mahabharata Research Foundation), a nonprofit organisation on
                         emission to digitize and protect works of Indian heritage and make them relevant for the
                         modern individual. One of the foundation's projects focuses on the Mahabharata, India's most
                         famous epic and a work so vast that it is said there is nothing anyone can do or say that hasn't
                         already been recorded in its pages. Budihal is helping develop and compile an encyclopedia of
                         the Mahabharata - in 18 volumes- that's set to debut in 2012. With the foundation, he also
    Ramachandra          devised and built Samanveshak, a digital document-scanning laboratory housed in a bus with
        Budihal          state-of-the-art scanners, satcom and telepresence. To date, the team has digitized and
 India Innovation Labs   documented more than 1 million folios of ancient medicinal manuscripts from remote areas in
                         Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Ramachandra Budihal has also conceptualized and hosted a national
                         cultural festival called "The Mahabharata Utsav" in 2005, a nine day mega event with over 2
                         lakh participants in Bangalore. The event was attended by Dr. Abdul Kalam who launched a
                         fewother projects of the P rah' s thanam . Ramachandra Budihal is also a recipient of a
                         Presidential honour "Maharishi Badrayan Vyas Samman" (2007), conferred by then President of
                         India, Dr. Kalam, at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, in recognition of his breakthrough work in the area
                         of cultural heritage preservation and promotion using technology.
Tutorial: HTML5
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                        March 26, 2011 10:30 – 11:45

HTML5 is the latest revision of the HTML standard and currently remains under development. The core aim of
the language is to add support for the latest multimedia while keeping it easily readable by humans and
consistently understood by computers and devices. In the tutorial, the speaker will be talking about the
various new features that are available in HTML5 and the level of support that is provided for each of them
across different set of browsers. The speaker will also be showing demos of some cool apps that have been
developed using the new features provided in HTML5.

Speaker Profile

                     Sudar Muthu works in Yahoo! Labs as a Research Engineer. Sudar works on numerous internal
                     and external projects related to information extraction and semantic web. Sudar's interests lie in
                     next-generation web applications, aggregation and the semantic web, and data mining for
                     socially and behaviorally interesting data.




   Sudar Muthu
    Yahoo! Labs
Tutorial: Accelerating HTML5 Adoption
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                         March 26, 2011 11:45 – 13:00

The advent of Ajax saw a sea of changes in the field of web applications. With HTML5 we are reinventing
web-based applications and challenging the desktop applications. Two key necessity of accelerating use of
HTML5 in mainstream Web development is to deal with (1) Automatic support in popular Web Authoring
toolkits, and (2). Co-Existence with Legacy Web Content. This second part of HTML5 tutorial will deal with
these two topics.
The browser as a platform has become a reality as Google released their Chrome OS. With different browser
in the market it is difficult to design application based on different browser. This session will illustrate use of
Google Web Toolkit (GWT) AJAX toolkit to create HTML5 based applications.
HTML5 specification is evolving on a daily basis and it is designed such that old browsers can safely ignore the
new constructs. However, developers need to put additional efforts to degrade nicely for browsers which do
not support the new features. So the latter part of this session also focuses on techniques for detecting
HTML5 features using JavaScript. It explains how developers can use custom JavaScript libraries like
Modernizr and how developers can build their own toolkit using jQuery for such detection.

Speaker Profile

                        Allahbaksh is a Product Technology Lead in Infosys Labs, Bangalore. He has over 5 years of
                        experience in software industry in various technologies like Java platform and web technologies.
                        He has extensively worked on GWT, Eclipse Plugin development, Lucene, etc.




    Allahbaksh M
      Asadullah
 Infosys Technologies
        Limited

                        Krishna Chaitanya T is a Technology Analyst working at Future Web Research Lab, Infosys Labs,
                        Hyderabad. He is passionate about cutting edge web technologies, especially about front end
                        engineering. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for ASP.NET and has good
                        expertise in HTML5, jQuery, AJAX, Social Networking APIs, Mashups, Development of apps for
                        Facebook, Twitter etc. He blogs about his technical experiments at www.novogeek.com. When
                        not at work he plays Chess and practices Yoga.
Krishna Chaitanya
 Infosys Technologies
        Limited
Research Paper Session 3
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                                March 26, 2011 10:30 – 13:00

EcoGrid: A Dynamically Configurable Object Oriented Simulation Environment for 10:45 - 11:10
Economy-Based Grid Scheduling Algorithms
Hemant Mehta, Priyesh Kanungo and Manohar Chandwani

Improving Server Power Management in Research and Development Data 11:10 - 11:35
Centers
Yuan Chen, Chris Hyser, Daniel Gmach, Umesh M L and Vijay Suryanarayana

Negotiation for Resource Allocation in IaaS Cloud                                         11:35 – 12:00
Janki Akhani, Sanjay Chuadhary and Gaurav Somani

GPGPU-based Parallel Computation: Application to Molecular Dynamics Problems              12:00 – 12:25
Shrinidhi Hudli, Shrihari Hudli, Yashonath Subramanian, Raghu Hudli and T S Mohan

A Bandwidth Aware Weight Based DSR Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks                    12:25 – 12:40
Harshit Tiwari, Alok Vajpayee and Ajit Singh

Enterprise Search through Automatic Synthesis of Tag Clouds                               12:40 – 12:55
Venkateshprasanna H. M., Rujuswami Daxesh Gandhi, Kavi Mahesh and Suresh J. K.
Invited Talk 7: Computing and Analyzing Level-
set Topology for Graphics and Visualization
Applications
TRINITY 2                                                                          March 26, 2011 14:00 – 14:45

Level sets, pre-images of scalar values and also called isosurfaces, are extensively used for the visualization of
3D scalar fields. The Reeb graph is an abstract representation of the topology of all level sets of a scalar
function. It is obtained by mapping each connected component of the level sets to a point. The Reeb graph
serves as an effective user interface for selecting meaningful level sets and finds several other applications
including topology-based shape matching, topological cleaning of surface models, surface segmentation,
parametrization, and effective transfer function design for volume rendering. In this talk, I will first define the
Reeb graph and describe its role in various graphics and visualization applications. Next, I will present several
approaches for computing the Reeb graph and discuss their relative merits. I will also present an effective
layout scheme for Reeb graphs that enables it application to interactive exploration of 3D scalar fields.

Speaker Profile

                        Vijay Natarajan is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and
                        Automation and an associate faculty of the Supercomputer Education and Research Centre at
                        Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He received a Ph.D. in computer science from Duke
                        University and holds the B.E. degree in computer science and M.Sc. degree in mathematics from
                        Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani. His research interests include scientific
                        visualization, computational topology, computational geometry, and mesh processing.



  Vijay Natarajan
  Indian Institute of
       Sciences
Invited Talk 8: Talk by Intuit
TRINITY 2                             March 26, 2011 14:45 – 15:30

Abstract awaited.

Speaker Profile

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       Intuit
Tutorial: Cloud Database Basics
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                                         March 26, 2011 14:00 – 15:00

The Recent result in context of distributed databases, namely, CAP Theorem, dictates the structures of
modern cloud databases. In this talk, we briefly cover CAP theorem. In particular we explore the relative
unsuitability of conventional RDBMS technology for Cloud, and explore the new technology of cloud databases
in form of NoSQL databases and cover some common NoSQL database basics.
We also explore some typical concepts in map reduce and relevant frameworks from the Hadoop Ecosystem.

Speaker Profile

                        Dr. Srinivas Padmanabhuni, is currently the ACM Bangalore Chapter Chairperson and is on the
                        steering committee of Compute 2011 conference. He is a Principal Researcher at Infosys Labs,
                        the R&D arm of Infosys Technologies Limited, Bangalore, India. He serves on ACM India council
                        and is the founding member of ACM Bangalore. He supervises the Software engineering and
                        High performance computing research in Infosys Labs. He has been selected for Who’s Who in
                        Asia 2007 first edition, and Who is Who in the World 2009 editions. He serves on editorial board
                        of journals and program committees for international conferences in area of web services, SOA,
                        and Software Engineering. He has authored a book by Wiley on Distributed Systems Security,
                        and authored several papers in international conferences, and book chapters, and serves on
                        editorial boards of several journals, and on program committees for several international
       Srinivas
                        conferences and standards bodies and workshops. He has given numerous invited speeches at
   Padmanabhuni
                        varied industry and academic forums including IEEE and ACM forums, industry CIO seminars
 Infosys Technologies
                        and conferences. and architect forums like IASA.. Prior to Infosys, Dr. Srinivas has worked in
        Limited
                        multiple capacities in startups out of Canada and USA. Dr. Srinivas holds a Ph.D degree in
                        computing science from University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Prior to Ph.D he secured his
                        B.Tech and M.Tech in computer science from Indian Institutes of Technology at Kanpur and
                        Mumbai respectively.
Research Paper Session 4
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                        March 26, 2011 15:00 – 15:40

Towards „Integrated‟ Monitoring and Management Of Data-Centers using 15:00 - 15:20
Complex Event Processing Techniques
Krishnaprasad Narayanan, Sumit Bose and Shrisha Rao

Current Cloud Scenario Review and Cost Optimization by Efficient Resource 15:20 - 15:40
Provisioning
Gaurav Pandey, Vikram Nagaraja Rao, Ashish Kumar Srivastava, Udayan Banerjee and
Eswaran Narasimhan
Research Paper Session 5
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                             March 26, 2011 14:00 – 15:40

Operating Cost Aware Scheduling Model for Distributed Servers based on Global 14:00 - 14:25
Power Pricing Policies
Sudha Mani and Shrisha Rao

An Agent-based Architecture for a Knowledge-work Support System                        14:25 – 14:50
Arijit Laha

A Serial and Parallel Genetic Based Learning Algorithm for Bayesian Classifier to 14:50 – 15:15
Predict Metabolic Syndrome
Bhabani Shankar Prasd Mishra, Rahul Roy, Satchidananda Dehuri and Sung Bae Cho

Understanding Honest Feedbacks and Opinions in Academic Environments                   15:15 – 15:40
Rajkumar Kannan, Maria Bielikova and Frederic Andres
Workshop 2: Visual Scripting
TRINITY 2                                                                          March 26, 2011 15:45 – 18:00

The workshop will invite participants to create quick 10 second shorts using traditional storyboarding
techniques. Each participant will have to pick a pre-selected theme and then create a small story around it.
Workshop participants will create the 10 second piece using paper, pencil and digital cameras which will then
be projected to the audience. Emphasis will be on hands-on creation at the event and practical application of
skills, both hand-drawn and digital.
Requirements: Pencil, eraser, digital camera
Aptitude: Basic drawing and storytelling (no prior experience required)

Speaker Profile

                      PC Vikram is Animation Film designer with all round pre-production knowledge, original
                      development being the core interest. Extensive experience in pre-production and has worked for
                      Jadooworks, Big Animation and now Technicolor as an art director.
                      http://pcvikram.blogspot.com/



     PC Vikram
     Technicolor

                      Arjun Gupte is Animation director with extensive experience in creating content for film, TV and
                      games. In the past he has worked for Jim Henson Studios, Warner Bros. and Sony on film and
                      game projects.

                      www.angupte.blogspot.com




    Arjun Gupte
      Freelance
Research Paper Session 6
VIJAYNAGAR 1                                                       March 26, 2011 16:00 – 18:00

FAutoREDWithRED: An Algorithm to Reduce the Queue Oscillation Internet 16:00 – 16:25
Routers
Chitra Kandaswamy and Dr. Padmavathi Ganapathi

A Novel Method for Image Retrieval using Relevance Feedback and Unsupervised 16:25 – 16:50
Clustering
Renuka Devi and Chakravarthy Bhagavathi

Tracking Humans using Novel Optical Flow Algorithm for Surveillance Videos       16:50 - 17:15
Girisha R Raju and Murali Srinivasiah

A Non Parametric Shot Boundary Detection: An Eigen Gap based Approach            17:15 – 17:40
Manjunath S, Guru DS, Suraj MG and B S Harish.
Research Paper Session 7
VIJAYNAGAR 2                                                              March 26, 2011 16:00 – 18:00

An Efficient Shape Based Feature for Retrieval of Healthcare Literatures using 16:00 – 16:15
CBIR Technique
Wivorn Chowattanakul, Harikrishna Rai and Radha krishna Pisipati

Novel Micro Aerial Vehicle Video Segmentation Algorithm                                    16:15 – 16:30
Girisha R Raju and Murali Srinivasiah

Dirichlet Distribution with Centroid Model (DDCM) based Summarization 16:30 – 16:45
Technique for Web Document Classification
Setu Kumar Chaturvedi, Dr. Gulab Singh and Dr. Dhirendra Swami

A Novel approach to Keyphrase Extraction Using ATN and Statistical Tools                   16:45 – 17:00
Gaurav Singh, Akshay Bahl and Anirvana Mishra

Detection of Web Users‟ Opinion from Multimodal Opinion Elements                           17:00 – 17:15
Anil Kumar KM

Segmentation and Classification of Tobacco Seedling Diseases                               17:15 – 17:30
Guru DS, Mallikarjuna PB and Manjunath S

Application of Genetic Algorithm and Tabu Search in Software Testing                       17:30 – 17:45
Abhishek Rathore, Atul Bohara, Prashil R Gupta, Prashanth T S Lakshmi and Praveen Ranjan
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